||[Apr. 6th, 2008|11:43 am]
The Question Club
Edit: For questions 1 and 3, it's now $100,000|
Science has mastered the art of cloning! Every single person is allowed to clone themselves, but only one clone of each person may exist at one time. The procedure is about $10,000, and due to advanced hormonal manipulation, your clone emerges from its...pod...at the age of 10, with your looks, your feelings, your intelligence. You're approached one day by someone in a trenchcoat, who makes you an offer. Get a clone made of yourself and then sell it to him for indentured servitude. There's coal mines that need work and there's no law that gives clones rights. If you do all this, you get $40,000 (plus the initial 10k to get it done). Would you do it?
Yes. One coal miner coming online. Where's my monies?
I could never do that to anyone, especially my clone
Science has mastered the art of cloning (see above). A new business emerges as a result. One that will guarrantee you superextended life. Sign up and you clone yourself, and whenever one of your organs starts to deteriorate, they harvest the perfect replacement from your clone, which is guarranteed not to be rejected. Until you need your new organs, your clone is kept in a cage and fed only raw foods for ideal health, with only a large human-sized hamster wheel as entertainment. Whenever a clone is killed for their organs, you simply get a new clone. You can do this indefinitely, and the only loser here is your poor clone, which will be consigned to a horrible, possible short life. Would you sign up?
Yes. I want to live as long as humanly possible
No. It's immoral to do that to anyone, especially a clone of myself
The long arm of the law has determined the best way to curb and deter pedophilia and to empty our prisons a little is to give each pervert their own sex clone. For every citizen that offers up their 10-year old clone for unsolicited carnal relations with the many pedophiles in their city will earn $40,000 in federal money (the 10k seed money is waived) . Would you donate your clone
Yes. It's for a good cause and I get paid for doing almost nothing
No. I couldn't do that to anybody, especially my clone