GEORGE LAMBERT writes:
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> From: Jim Conley II, TheWXman
> To: Roger Rafler, 76345,1765
> >Subject: Clones. :)
> >Really from: Redcoat <email@example.com>
> >>> Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was slightly grey,
> >>> It didn't have a father, just some borrowed DNA.
> >>> It sort of had a mother, though the ovum was on loan,
> >>> It was not so much a lambkin, as a little lamby clone.
> >>> And soon it had a fellow clone, and soon it had some more,
> >>> They followed her to school one day, all cramming through the door.
> >>> It made the children laugh and sing, the teachers found it droll,
> >>> There were too many lamby clones, for Mary to control.
> >>> No other could control the sheep, since their programs didn't vary,
> >>> So the scientists resolved it all, by simply cloning Mary.
> >>> But now they feel quite sheepish, those scientists unwary,
> >>> One problem solved, but what to do with Mary, Mary, Mary?
> >>> credits: "Larry Hickman" <larryh@UU.NET>
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