Better Candidates in the Future

The designing of children is already taking place on the open market as couples turn to the Internet to find genetic parents for their families.

They view pictures of "DNA" donors, listen to tapes of their voices, and review pages of descriptions of their physical features, their hobbies, their SAT scores, their philosophies of life.

At, couples bid on the eggs of attractive models. And at the Repository for Germinal Choice, couples purchase "DNA" from Nobel laureates.

One man seeking to sell his DNA for $4,000 per vial, established a website with his family tree claiming to trace his genes back to six Catholic saints and several European royal families.

I hate to say it but I think this guy's kids would be hard to manage.

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