*Which is to say there isn't a hoax that frightens me. The double negative is negated by the use of ain't which isn't a real word but implies that I am hip to the street lingo. Being hip to the street lingo gives me street cred for being able to provide commentary on urban legends and hoaxes.
Hoax Buster Junior Associate Emily M. gives us new insight into 'human cloning'. It seems through weird science techniques, it is possible to clone a human being. It is also clear through exhaustive research that any human being cloned is inherently evil. My exhaustive research also indicates that only good people get cloned. The clone of the good person, being evil, has a compulsive need to destroy the original. This seems to be a side effect only human clones suffer. The Hoax Buster investigative labs made several photocopies and never once witnessed any hostility on the part of the duplicate. Although we did see degradation of image in the copies which led us to speculate on what would happen if you cloned a clone of a clone, but due to recent legislation in congress which might make experimenting on human clones illegal, we decided to put this experiment on hold until we can move our cloning labs to Norway.