Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Miracle Boogers?

American screenwriter Bernann McKinney became the first customer of canine cloning operation RNL Bio, located in Seoul, South Korea, when five clones of her beloved pet pitbull Booger were born last week. All for the bargain price of $50, 000.

The standard fee for cloning will be up to three times that amount. The discounted price for this initial cloning was due the fact that Booger's master was the first customer of the lab and she promised to be part of publicity.

Upon first meeting the puppies on Tuesday, Bernann McKinney reportedly told the sleeping canines, "Yes, I know you! You know me, too!"

Having once saved Ms. McKinney from a dog three times his size, Booger had died of cancer in 2006.

Associated Press reporter Hyung-Jin Kim's article noted:
"It's a miracle!" McKinney repeatedly shouted Tuesday when she saw the cloned Boogers at a Seoul National University laboratory.

Cloned Boogers. A woman feeling she shares a bond with animals because they have genetic markers - NOT memories - with which she has a familiarity. $50,000 - or worse $150,000 being spent for this. Miraculous cloned Boogers.

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