In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Clone Wars.”
If you could clone yourself, how would you split up your responsibilities?
Many years ago, I watched the movie “Multiplicity,” causing me to reflect on the idea of cloning myself. Michael Keaton’s character clone himself and each copy took on different persona of the original.
After viewing the movie, I decided against cloning, because I would be deprived of the many aspects and the special moments of my life.
Now, if I could clone myself, while maintaining the memories my clones develop and experience, I would consider this an incredible opportunity. However, knowing how frugal I am, I would not pay the price to clone or multiply myself.
It would be cheaper and simpler to be me.