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 Successful Crab to Clone Brain Implant! 
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We have accomplished what no other man in science has!

We have successfully Transplanted the Brain of a Crab into a Clone!

Usually, the most complex (and expensive) part of cloning is the formation of the brain,
and then subsequent modification to accept Mother Brain signals.

But with the Brain of a Crab, this is no longer so expensive!
A clone that used to cost 85 oz now costs 50!

Truly a great achievement in science.

Here is a photograph of our Brain Child in action!
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Note: Due to Crabs normally having four legs, the balancing sensors that are in the
inner ear in humans, are non-existant in crabs. Therefore, the crab brain does not
know how to interpret the signals from it's new inner-ear, and may be subject to falling over,
backflips, and head trauma.


It looks, acts and functions almost exactly as it's human brained counter-part*,
but it's 35 oz of gold cheaper!

Get yours today!
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*Named "Drunk Clone" so you can instantly tell between a normal pricey clone, and our cheap awesome super clone.


Tue Apr 21, 2009 3:09 am
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How innovative.


Tue Apr 21, 2009 3:18 am
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That thing ain't human. It's funny as ♥♥♥♥, though, and still almost as efficient as a normal blue clone except cheaper. Is it possible to give a clone's brain to a crab?


Tue Apr 21, 2009 3:44 am
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Brainwashed wrote:
Is it possible to give a clone's brain to a crab?

You bet.


Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:02 am
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The ClamV2 wrote:
It is innovative, he's made a crab with two legs and two arms.
♥♥♥hole.


I never said anything negative about this mod -_-


Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:15 am
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What have I done!?


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Tue Apr 21, 2009 4:31 am
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ITT people learn that sarcasm is a tricky subject on the intarweb

Also, DrunkenClone and SoberCrab. Cute.


Tue Apr 21, 2009 5:17 am
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Now all you need is a Crab with clone's legs and head, and with terrible walk paths that make it moonwalk.


Tue Apr 21, 2009 5:18 am
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Or a half crab, half clone.


Tue Apr 21, 2009 6:05 am
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Crabs that walk like humans and humans that walk like crabs.
WHERE IS YOUR GOD NOW HUH? :D

This is pretty funny to mess with. : p


Tue Apr 21, 2009 7:16 am
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Durza wrote:
Or a half crab, half clone.

Divided vertically for lulz.

Pretty cool. Not really useful though. But still pretty cool.
Nice one, zalo. :D


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chineseboy16 wrote:
How innovative.

Sarcasm directed at Zalo.

See I wouldn't have thought it was sarcastic if it was more than two friggin' words.


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Darlos9D wrote:
ITT people learn that sarcasm is a tricky subject on the intarweb


hmm, im getting there, just trying to figure out if THIS was sarcasm. amidoingitright?


ON-TOPIC: this is weird. anyone seen Goldeneye, the bond film? when the guy falls out of the closet, after being klled during the semi-sex scene by natasha? i thought exactly that when he fell over the first time. plus the noise. *SPEURRRRR*.


i love you zalo.


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zalo wrote:
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What have I done!?


You have created monsters. Cool monsters! :pipe: (imagine the pipe is a thumbs up)


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