questionswould you get a dna or finger print portrait?

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@lavikinga: I have always thought that would be interesting as well. I'll have to keep an eye in it and see if it drops in price.

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@moosezilla: Because the average person can't interpret the painting, so it doesn't really reveal anything to them other than it looks kinda cool.

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Not as art, but I have been playing around with the idea of tracing my genetic ancestry using https://www.23andme.com/. This is the same company featured on PBS' Finding Your Roots hosted by Louis Henry Gates,Jr. And then paranoia & fear of The Man creeps in. I wonder if fear of ones government is genetic?

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Plus it could help the police identify your body.

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yes. just for the chance, when the wife says "what's wrong with you!?", to point to a specific place on the DNA portrait and say "right there!"

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Didn't they have a sponsored deal for these not to long ago?

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@moosezilla: I agree 100%. But, some of the designs are pretty cool :) I personally would never do it.

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not only strange but silly too.
why would you want to advertise (which is what a picture basically is) something that is supposed to be so personnal?