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Do Clone Have Birthdays?

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This next part of the sales spiel came right out of the NAGENCO training manual. "A clone is something that YOU own and that YOU can do with what YOU wish and cloning… well, it can be profitable. Very profitable.” He said this in the quiet voice of the conspirator passing on a secret of great importance after first glancing quickly around to make sure that no one was eavesdropping. “Now don’t look so surprised now. After you’ve stripped all the parts you need from your purchase any parts left over can be sold to others in need. Improving the quality of their lives, And of course the clone don’t mind. And even if they did? Well, they’re not really human anyway. So let’em mind all they want I say. We buy them and we pay for them so we can do with them and profit from them as we please. Damn what anyone else thinks.” Much to the delight of the Human Being, the human clone can do, and be, anything. Anything but Human that is.... More > clone. A noun. A verb. An adjective. An insult. Anything but Human. Alan Baggett< Less
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ISBN
9781105536953
Publisher
Alan Baggett
Published
March 13, 2013
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
899.01 KB

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