Genetic Cloning and Generation Amphi;

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    Genetic Cloning and Generation Amphi;

    Unmeasured ingredients and continuous tasting are
    the keys to any good recipe or so my old Yiddish
    granny would whisper. She was of that Silent Generation
    (those born between 1925-1942). Her generation's
    offspring somehow spawned the Rebellious 1950s.
    Then came the next few generations, the Baby Boomers
    who dominated the 1960s and 1970s, the Yuppies
    who prospered in the 1980s, and then in the 1990s we
    saw the rise and fall of Generation X. With our world
    constantly changing, no one could accurately predict
    what the next generation would be... until now.

    Ingredients for cloning a Generation Amphi;
    From the Silent Generation (1925-1942) we've selected
    the long forgotten genes for wisdom and patience. These
    key ingredients are essential for Amphi maintenance and
    repairs. The Rebels of the 1950s provided the treasured key
    ingredients of fins and chrome. From the Baby Boomers
    (1960 through the 1970s) we extract specific genes which
    promote optimism, sexual freedom, recreational mind
    enhancement substances, Amphicars and sexy mermaids,
    which when combined make for one hellva potent set of
    chromosomes. Now add in from the 1980s Yuppies
    (Young Urban Professionals) generation a heaping portion
    of materialism which help in the acquisition & duplication
    of multiple cars, tools, and best of all - credit card debt.
    And last, but not least, from the 1990s Generation X folks
    we selectively pilfer the genetic material responsible for
    technological breakthroughs such as the Internet, cell
    phones and pizza delivery.

    Taking the above genes of each proceeding generation
    and tossing them into the primordial soup, igniting a 43
    horsepower Triumph Herald engine, engaging twin
    nylon screws, mixing until thoroughly blended and
    WHA-LA! The Amphi Generation emerges to claim its
    rightful place atop a lackluster progression of evolutionary
    stepping stones. I predict the Amphi Generation will rule this
    planet until the next great asteroid impact or until Gordon
    Imports goes outta business... which ever comes first.

    `64 Turquoise
    San Diego, CA

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