Memes repeating

If you like hot, burning deserts and a bunch of boring old people, visit Vulcan! Like Arizona, except replace the insanity with logic.

But this is all fiction, made real by the fervor of the fans and the universality of the meme. It can be made real by people repeating it, spreading from person to person, a momentum is created, reaching critical mass, until it breaks into the mainstream.
A real place! In Alberta. Named after the lame God, who's glory has faded mightily since the Trek to the Stars took flight. Seeing money to be made, the good folks of Vulcan ran with it, and trekked out their town. No doubt getting a taste of that sweet, sweet Trekkie money.
Over and over, the meme jumps from one mind to the next, growing in the transmission. Add in some sex appeal and any meme can rocket to mass consciousness.
Err, arr, or maybe not so mass. But as the Vulcans are wont to say: Infinite diversity in Infinite Combinations (IDIC baby!).


l.e.s.ter said...

Funny how outlandish the Comic Con scenes are, in contrast to the incredibly shlubbiness of the attendees.

Redshirt said...

It's nerd porn.