Organic Replacement Therapy (ORT)

(Continued from

Make Isthmia Glorious Always was the slogan of the MIGA KannonBall lottery. The lottery and ubiquitous MIGA swag made it a household word in the ding warrens. The religiously hyped game awarded three monthly winners a cash payout for their newborns.

Juvenile Kballers were housed on the donor farms throughout their cycle of cultivation. Technicians lavished them with rich injective nutrients, and gently administered Texas cologne at harvest time. Irrelevant tissue was processed into protein nuggets for the Fils-Filet franchises.

The farming had started as a workaround. Elevated liver turnover in the mansion district turned it into a profit-rocket. Heavily You-tubalized and groupied in the Facial Commune, it was trademarked as Organic Replacement Therapy. The epic staying power it gave high-status Isthmians drew huge investment. 

HP&F, the agency behind the MIGA campaign, created the Distributed Afterlife promo that lent an optics of pious patriotism to conscripted donoring.

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About JMN

I live in Texas and devote much of my time to easel painting on an amateur basis. I stream a lot of music, mostly jazz, throughout the day. I like to read and memorize poetry.
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