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a Five Card Flickr story by The hope creater created Sep 29 2017, 01:28:35 am. Create a new one!

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I was the luckiest person who owned the last fried chicken in the world, meanwhile, I was also the global saver. The society was in danger because all the animals were suffering from the "fried chicken clinical deficiency", it could cause the world fell into chaos and people were insane. I was the last fried chicken owner so I had the power and duty to control the situation. The only way to save the problem was to copy the gene of the fried chicken and manufactured it, this task relevance everyone’s life because the situation was really critical. However, one day I could not control myself and I ate the only fried chicken in the world!!!! Anyway, it was divine, I could not forget the taste of the fried chicken and even could not stop to eat it. After finishing it, I realized that I was in trouble and I would be the worldwide sinner.
I knew I have to slove the problem so I consult so many biologist and scientist for the technique of the gene copy. I researched for many decades and studied a lot for the new technology, we experience a lot of failure and frustration. I had been researching the solutions till yesterday. My team and I invented the advanced technology which can copy, regenerate and reorganize the cells or genes. There is a big difference between the looks of my finished products and the fried chickens. The new products look like a little black dot but taste totally same as the fried chicken. Tomorrow I will publish the new technology to the world, it will be the new generation. This can be the new hope of future and there will be no suffer, no sorrow or death anymore

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