Canadian Dentist Plans To Clone John Lennon

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Canadian Dentist Plans To Clone John Lennon

Canadian dentist Michael Zuk told reporters that he paid $33,000 for John Lennon’s tooth in an auction and is looking forward to the day when he can clone the late Beatles frontman and raise the child as his own, then sign him up for guitar lessons. What do you think?

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    Kent Gillan
    Information Securities Officer
  • “I’m in the market for a Lou Reed incisor if anybody’s got one.”

    Garrett Lafferty
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  • “Since when does someone who buys a tooth at an auction need a reason?”

    Melinda Basso
    Hotel Desk Clerk