Ye of the Lazy DNA

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It was a very good day at GT headquarters when we stumbled across a website promising to activate your DNA (because, after all, you only use 3 percent of it) to help you improve your life. The best part: specialists can perform the activation remotely, so all you have to do is send in your money and wait to become a better version of you. We figured you wouldn't believe us, so here are some highlights from a few sites we found:

'Dormant Superhuman Abilities'
dnaperfection.com

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