$50,000 to clone your one true love?

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Registered: 07-16-2001
$50,000 to clone your one true love?
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Wed, 01-11-2012 - 9:06pm

It's only one minute into the show, and I already think these people are a little off.

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Registered: 09-21-2011
Thu, 01-12-2012 - 2:24pm

I cna think of a lot of other things to do with $50,000!

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Registered: 05-14-1999
Thu, 01-12-2012 - 5:58pm

I lost my dog a year and a half ago.

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Registered: 07-16-2001
Thu, 01-12-2012 - 6:21pm
That's what I didn't get. A clone isn't the same animal. It's like an identical twin to the first one. There was one woman who brought in some dog whisperer guy to "talk" to the clone, and he told her the dog told stories about his former life. Now that guy was a big, fat liar!
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Registered: 06-03-2009
Thu, 01-12-2012 - 10:48pm
How hysterical that you post this and I am (again!) feeding the landlords dog while he is on vacation. Good grief. At least he left enough food this time. Although most of it is canned and I don't really get how that works. Those stupid cans don't say if its ready to eat or if I'm supposed to add water or how much of it is a serving. And there's dry food.

Since when do dogs get choices? It just stands next to the bowl and stares at me like I'm supposed to know what it feels like eating. Most likely I'll just dump out a can and see if it eats. If not I'll just go with the dry stuff until it runs out.

Ok enough of my tangent lol....while I don't relate to the sentiment people have for animals 50k is a lot to spend. I could see many 1k, but 50k could buy a decent house in some parts.
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Registered: 04-21-2008
Fri, 01-13-2012 - 10:20am

DH and I were joking about this show the other day -- I haven't seen it yet.

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Registered: 05-14-1999
Fri, 01-13-2012 - 11:17am

Lady, I can beat your gripe!

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Registered: 06-03-2009
Fri, 01-13-2012 - 11:31pm
Wow you are much nicer than me because I wouldn't have touched that dog let alone carried it up and down some stairs lol. I've also opted not to touch the food, mixing it just sounds like way to much effort. I've just been opening the container of whatever I grab first and pouring it in the bowl. The dog eats it in about 2 minutes so I guess that's a good sign.

I kinda wonder about the dog in general. It has been really cold here lately, in the 30s with plenty of fog and ice. There is a dog door to allow entrance into the garage which is much warmer, yet the dog doesn't go in there and sleeps outside. It just seems really weird to me.
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Registered: 07-16-2001
Sat, 01-14-2012 - 12:53am
It must have really warm fur and a nice layer of blubber! I wouldnt have carried the dog down the stairs either!
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Registered: 05-23-2008
Sat, 01-14-2012 - 4:42pm

What a coincidence.

For a couple of months, I've been working on a story about a middle-aged man who "adopts" a cloned woman as a life partner because all his past gfs had been so horrible.

Moral, shmoral! :smileytongue:

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Registered: 06-03-2009
Sat, 01-14-2012 - 7:44pm
So she's a clone of him just in female form? Or a clone of a woman that he has deemed ideal, but perhaps is unavailable?
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