Sunday, July 5, 2020

Clone High, the music business (video)

Jordana Ossad (MTV News, 7/2/20); Mojo, 5/8/15; Kid Buu (Vlad TV, 9/8/18); Edge of Wonder, 8/20/19; Pat Macpherson, Seth Auberon, Sheldon S., CC Liu (eds.), Wisdom Quarterly

It's time to return to school! "Say whaaaaaat?" Clone High is back. MTV Studios (part of the Entertainment and Youth Group), a unit of ViacomCBS, announced today that Academy Award- and Golden Globe-winning creators Phil Lord and Chris Miller will re-imagine the iconic Clone High TV series with Emmy-nominated co-creator Bill Lawrence.

Historical figures attend Clone High.
Together with MTV and Erica Rivinoja, the trio will reunite to develop and produce new episodes of the animated show widely regarded as a time capsule of the early 2000s with its loving satire and wry parody of emo culture.

Rivinoja, who was a writer on the original series, will serve as showrunner and co-write the pilot with Lord and Miller.

Like the original, the re-imagined show will explore high school and sexual coming-of-age tension through the eyes of historical figures -- including Lincoln, Cleopatra, Joan of Arc, Mahatma Gandhi, JFK, and more. See the fiest episode of the series here: More

Cartoon or reality? Kid Buu Clone

(VladTV) Kid Buu says he's a second generation ClonAid clone who escaped from the facility. Part 2

Exposing the music industry's celebrity clones

Celebrity cloning, Deep State, and the Donald Marshall story
Watch for: potholes, sinkholes, and assholes.
See Episode 2 exposing celebrity cloning, the Deep State, and telling the Donald Marshall story (#Music_Series on the Edgeofwonder.TV).

Ever wish you could #clone yourself so you can get more things done in a day? Well now you can thanks to the bizarre company called ClonAid.

Coming across all this junk, let's get even more in-depth with it. What shocked us most is how many celebrities are talking about cloning.

This episode of #EdgeofWonder exposes the deep, dark cloning agenda of the #Deep_State. It features one of the most spellbinding testimonials, nearly as gripping as Corey Goode’s experiences.

Donald Marshall, whose name may be unfamiliar, says he has written many hit songs for others. If his story is true, it changes everything we think we know about the music industry.

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