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Illegal Beings: Human Clones

Re: hoobus+ tarantula = nagel

JJ. OConroy ( 04/30/2005, 01:53:14 )

Now Mommy Dearest; What kind of a remark was that to make? Granted, that is such a Brain Dead Post to make over a forum of this nature but, are you employing that Larger People should not have sex? There would seem to be some sort of bigotry in there somewhere. By the way, been trying to get back to you concerning your proposition, I stated you can e-mail me privately concerning this. If, I continue to see replies or post of that nature, I'll seriously have to wonder about the whole thing. Has it is, I'm already wondering. Also, I'm really beginning to wonder about the overall age range of most of the people who post over this board. Goodness, and here I was thinking that you where people within the Scientific Field, actual RESEARCHERS, and all. Man, was I mistaken. So, am I to understand that the Human Cloning Foundation is made up of nothing more than a bunch of Smart Assed Kids, and Christian Right Wingers?! Fascinating combination, I must say. John.

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