let's see...a proper burial for the fallen clones and jar-babies, complete with names; the various notes and paperwork would be cool to have; my trusty slingshot; the woodstock shirts, for the ladies; that old matchbook; the empty ether bottle;some 'ol fashioned lab-ware, if any survived the fire; a van and maybe one of those old, sweet cars, for the ladies. too much?
Not too much at all. What car would you like to have? Would you like more than one? I know I'd put a few of those woodstock shirts on ebay. Anyone else like to add to the list before the last couple drawings are added?
i'm worried about the fate of the clones -- 'praps the city could give them the cars and the garage and they could start out by fixing up and selling the vehicles at hand, and then some donation type deal could be worked out, like a mother wattles thing. recloneditioned autos r us, or some such.
ted, you would rather the preserved "specimins" remain that way? although created in a laboratory, i would say that addressing them as actual humans and treating them to the respect that i imagine you would afford your own friends and family is not a "sick" thing to want to do. i'm just talking about a public ceremony for bith thier brothers and the people who are watching this drama unfold on their televisions. sheesh. and ideas, me ted?