Monday, December 19, 2005

His Stoic Research

Headline: Investigators question South Korean cloning pioneer
A tight-lipped Hwang showed no emotion when he arrived at the university's veterinary school for the questioning.

His breakthrough research on stem cell lines published in June 2005, was followed by the creation of the first cloned dog, Snuppy, in August.
First of all, who in the hell was in charge of naming the first-ever cloned dog? You'd think they would have chosen something with a little more reverence than Snuppy! Considering this happened in Korea, maybe they didn't want to bond with the dog for obvious reasons. Snuppy: It's what's for dinner.

The real cause Hwang was so nonchalant regarding the investigation isn't because he didn't care, but because they were, in fact, actually investigating his clone! An unfortunate circumstance for the clone, though, who will have to take the rap for that evil scientist. First, stem cells - now prison cells.

Further investigation revealed Hwang planned his escape a week before the inquiry began. Reportedly, he and his dog, Snuppy, have been seen casually strolling along the streets of The Colony as if nothing were wrong.

Has he no Seoul?


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