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Woman Spends $50,000 to Clone Her Pit Bull!

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    Maybe if it becomes affordable i can clone my gun
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    i wish i had an extra $50,000 just laying around to do crap like that with!
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    no words for this moron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by friesepferd View Post
    i wish i had an extra $50,000 just laying around to do crap like that with!
    Just like the lady, you do have it lying around. It's called your HOUSE!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    . . . je ne sais quoi.
    I just don't know . . .
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    Except for the breed of dog she cloned, I have no problem with it. She decided to spend her money in the way she wanted. Who are any of us to judge whether it was a wise use of money? In fact, she saved 66% of the retail price! It was a bargain.

    The fact is that losing a pet can be a life shattering event. Some people will do anything.

    Yes, the dogs will not have the same personality as her Booger. But if she is now content for the small price she paid then it was a good investment. Consider those who spend far more on psychoanalysis and therapy that is virtually useless.

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