monkey by mail. (sought after getting mail order seahorse ads from my sweetheart)
Will you kiss me in the dark, baby? hmmm… maybe I’ll try that on her.
Hee… I remember this one, especially. I wonder how many kids were ripped off as a result. woo… $7 sub!
This color genotype ID card, about twice the size of ordinary ID card, has on it data such as photo, birth date, nationality and gender. In particular it is marked with 18 internationally used genetic locus which are chosen from the long chain of human cytogenetic information carrier DNA molecules. In the combination of the 18 genetic locus, with the exception of one egg giving birth to twins, it is difficult for one to find out such a circumstance wherein two persons out of 10 billion people are completely the same.
“A LifeGem is a certified, high quality diamond created from the carbon of your loved one as a memorial to their unique and wonderful life.
The LifeGem diamond is more than a memorial to visit on the weekends or place on a shelf… it is a way to embrace your loved one’s memory day by day. The LifeGem is the most unique and timeless memorial available for creating a testimony to their unique life.
We hope and believe that your LifeGem memorial will offer comfort and support when and where you need it, and provide a lasting memory that endures just as a diamond does. Forever.”
Well… I like to have and carry a memento or two of loved ones, but this is sort of along the lines of wearing the finger bone of your favorite aunt, or a necklace of your mom’s teeth. A trifle ghoulish. I wonder how long that’s been available? It would also make a good explanation for some of the famous cursed diamonds… That ain’t any normal diamond, that’s the remains of an Atlantean sorcerer!
I’ve gotten off to a good start with the website… I have a brochure to work from. (they need to reprint the brochure, too… typos, grammar errors, and layout problems of it’s own)… note to self, get it to Dave, and have him bring the company a quote for doing it right.
Happy tree friends… ok, so they made me laugh, and they’re evil. It happens. Flash cartoons. I especially like petunia, the skunk, with her car-deodorizer necklace.
Time for this cowboy to saddle up… until tonight, dear journal.