I was having a dicussion with a friend of mine. We were talking about the show Orphan Black on BBC America. It’s this crazy sci-fi slash conspiracy programme about human clones. You see I own a clone t-shirt like the one in the picture. I bought it several years ago as a birthday present for myself. Because I am geeky like that and I enjoy that sort of human. I especially enjoy wearing that sort of humor upon my torso. It’s funnier when you wear your geeky humor upon your torso. Don’t believe me? Try it. You’ll see. It really works.
Did you catch that? I spelled program the British way since it’s a BBCA show. I’m not British. Normally I spell program the right way. But I spelled it the wrong way to sound more British.
It’s a pretty nifty tv show. The actress is pretty amazing. She’s playing like 10 different people and doing all these different voices and regional accents. I guess we’re supposed to think that Sarah is the original since she’s had a child and the other clones cannot. But really only one other clone has mentioned trying and having failed. So it’s probably a trick or something.
I’ve always wondered why since they cloned that Dolly Parton sheep they made the cloning of humans illegal. I don’t get it because people have been cloning themselves for centuries. Isn’t that what having children is really all about. People make babies and then they brainwash, erm, raise them to think and act exactly as they do. If that isn’t human cloning then I don’t know what is.