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Fri, Apr. 9th, 2004, 03:00 am
Thursday night online fellows, I'll see some friendly testing attack, instead they were trying to as

On public notice, I forget. We wandered back to Lotus, a bus into Tokyo station bleeding into the Columbia campus (Blue with the dwarven folk out for my CD at the subway passes the appropriate moment to bed. tonight it's been a bit out of the moment, or basement in the types of the fucking table. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. You're making me sign it alone. enough to walk the seattle slam at an excellent Thai food, and drunk in Shibuya, which should go cart racing with the Spotless Mind. I have a place? preferably i checked) which things stay longer and send me on a radio a good ten hours, which was give a room opening up Evan and made plans to stop in the Capitol Hill Arts Center 1621 - 12th Ave. (just north of Catalan and drunk in loose maleable rock, so this is weird (I think) because of myself, but I`m going to the night. They showed us to the corner of course, the fucking table. Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. You're making me on it.


Presented by LJ Markov Random Text Generator.

Fri, Apr. 9th, 2004 03:31 am (UTC)
patrick: That's neat!

It reminds me of the insanity script that's hosted on my server. Except it's using the rss feed. What a great idea. Maybe I should alter evan's script to do the same thing, as I've basically become the maintaner of that script and have had to alter it before to make it work. An rss feed can't be that hard to parse. Then I no longer have to use the crappy barebones lj style hack that me and evan used to make that script. Then I can advertise it and watch antispin.net take a bunch of new hits!

Fri, Apr. 9th, 2004 03:40 am (UTC)
u: Re: That's neat!

hooray!

hehe.

Fri, Apr. 9th, 2004 03:43 am (UTC)
patrick: Sorry, you got me thinking about this.

Actually, after using it for a bit, I think dadadodo does a better job of making markov chains then whatever program they are using. I get better sentences running the insanity script. But, I do like the prompt that they have set up. Typing a username in the url is kinda hacky, too.

Fri, Apr. 9th, 2004 03:44 am (UTC)
u: Re: That's neat!

oops.

Fri, Apr. 9th, 2004 04:35 am (UTC)
rxrfrx

DON'T SUBJECT ME TO ATTEMPTING TO PARSE THIS AFTER 3.5 HOURS OF SLEEP