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My Progenie.com

Here's your chance to create a family you can be proud of.
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I guess I am a little weary of the ancestry.com furor. I am not sentimental enough. But I would like my kids to be 'fruitful and multiply'. and choose paths I imagine for them. ha!

At this website, anyone can input their children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and beyond. You choose names and fake documents about the generations to come. Other site members can add to your lineage but not change yours. It appears like the genealogy in Ancestry.com

dentworth, Mar 15 2010

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       "They shall be like stars in the sky..."
RayfordSteele, Mar 15 2010
  

       Somehow I find this simultaneously horrifying and compelling. Reminds me of /b/...
victory, Mar 15 2010
  

       I'd just throw out the kid and get a new one.
dentworth, Mar 15 2010
  

       I saw that progenie is Olde English spelling, and further that Progeny.com is a Linux training program or something.
dentworth, Mar 15 2010
  

       So, it's like "The Sims", only with a slightly longer time frame?   

       Maybe the character attributes of your progeny could be seeded from a dump of your DNA.
jutta, Mar 15 2010
  

       hah! good idea Jutta. Does sim family have a genealogy feature? I've added that it looks like genealogy in Ancestry.com, sorry if I confused everyone.
dentworth, Mar 15 2010
  

       <to the jingle from 'My Buddy'> My progeny... my progeny... where ever I go, they're gonna go...
RayfordSteele, Mar 16 2010
  

       I think we have enough internet users dumping their DNA while surfing it is, [jutta].
BunsenHoneydew, Mar 16 2010
  
      
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