Monday, February 9, 2009
$155,000US DOLLARS, JUST FOR A PUPPY DOG?
Icheoku condemns this extravagance misbehaviour of the Florida, USA couple as the most selfish and anti-human act ever undertaken by any rational human-beings. How can any sane person dole out a staggering sum of $155,000 dollars just to clone a dog? This is especially so in these hard economic times when millions of Americans are daily losing their jobs, being foreclosed on, without food to eat, children dropping out of schools and some people becoming homeless - all because of hardship of lack of money? Yet this Florida couple embarked on such a wasteful adventure to clone an ordinary dog for such an amount of money? Icheoku's verdict is that they deserve a place in burning hell for being such a self-gloating haters of human-beings; who would rather spend this "stupendous" amount of money just to satiate their stupid over-blown ego masked as love for their departed pet dog?
How long will the newly cloned-dog live? How long will this couple live? Are they going to re-clone the dog assuming a car hits it tomorrow morning just like Bill Clinton's Labrador? What if the cloned-dog contracts cancer like the donor-dog later in life and dies as a result? Assuming the dog lives out its natural life and the couple out-lived it, will they embark on another re-cloning? How much is too much in what people are allowed to do with their fortune? This couple need to have their head examined by a psychiatrist for some mental dis-functionalities. There is no explanation that will satisfy the uncalled for arrogance of this Florida couple and they should throw ashes on themselves and covered in sack-cloth seek the forgiveness of both God and mankind. They really crossed the bounds of decency! Nina and Edgar Otto are Icheoku's worst persons of today and they should atone for their sins against millions of starving humanity. The couple paid $155,000 dollars to a San Francisco company working with scientists at the Sooam Biotech Research Foundation in South Korea to perform the complicated feat of bio-engineering. The puppy Lancelot-Encore, was created (cloned) from DNA samples taken five years ago from the donor-dog Lancelot, who died of cancer in January 2008. Icheoku says, how the project was financed by Nina selling her jewelry is irrelevant, the beef here is that the action itself is very anti-human and merely a selfish aggrandisement of a fame-seeking couple. How can such perversion be rationalized under the dire economic climate which many American families are facing today?