“On the keyboard of life, always have one finger on the escape key.” – AnonymousIt’s a miserable, cold Tuesday morning and you’ve slept through your alarm again. You race through the first part of your morning and then hit the highway like an Indy 5oo racecar driver. Your heart pounds, road rage builds and you fantasize about ditching work, returning to bed, and pulling that cozy duvet high over your head. Instead, you go to work, with the full knowledge that overwhelming tasks will undoubtedly inundate you. It’s precisely at that moment you dream of cloning yourself like Michael Keaton did in the movie, Multiplicity.The film focuses on a time-stressed man who can’t keep up with work and home demands, so he enlists the help of scientists and produces a clone of himself so he can be in two places at once. Everything appears find until he realized the copy has duplicated itself to achieve more. To make matters worse, the third version is less effective, like a photocopy of a photocopy.Who hasn’t dreamt of having an identical twin slide into their life for a day or two? As the world spins faster and faster, the hours in the day… Read full this story
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