Time Magazine: Man of the Millennium

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Tue Sep 29 21:17:13 EST 1998


Rob Barris wrote in alt.memetics:

>In article <6urfc0$p3t$1 at news02.btx.dtag.de>, mawa at iname.com wrote:
>
>> For example, consider Hitler. He is the product of an atmosphere of extremism
>
>Oh no, the thread's over already?

I don't think so, and in this regard I think we find reason for
optimism about humanity.

Among all those who lived in this CENTURY, while he may not have the
greatest impact of all, surely he is among the top few... but over
this MILLENNIUM he's nothing, and no such destructive individuals are
worthy of consideration.  They just don't measure up.
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