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  • Ok, here is some of the things the markov bots have said.
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    sea is an older bot in C, catty is in C also and just googles stuff so that's not really a unique sentence. how is the markovify bot - and all of these are just mashups of aesop rock lyrics - and a few of the 'good fortunes' from debian. Now to try and find more 'brains' to feed into it . . . . .
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    weird. they say tonnes of nonsense. but how is starting to say more legible things. other approaches for generating text is to use movie scripts - getting responses from them and responding similarly, or just manually making matching sentences with subject/verb/object strings... JAIL (javascript AI language) is an example, I'll check it out.
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    03:11PM <rock> but im not always so smart
    Analyzing Aesop Rock Lyrics.. I want an Aes Markov Bot.
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    Problem I ran into last time.. and is currently the problem of 'independent' researchers.. is incorporating a 'general knowledge' corpus - such as wikipedia - into the vocabulary, and 'tweaking' it to suit a particular personality type..
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    Ok, downloading different versions of Aes's lyrics. Azlyrics banned me after 100 lyrics, even with a 5 second delay... weird. Genius probably has the most correct lyrics, though I'm getting various sets to compare.
    / i fell asleep holding an apple seed, woke up holding a tree /
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    @AesopRockWins
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    / its the simple things in life that turn the peasants into leaders / and we know the differences between the walkers and the sleepers / @VastAir
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    I see the same things everywhere I look. I am changing but so are things around me and I can't calculate variance in parallax. R.I.P Paris.
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    Then having found a number of 'guides', which seem to have considerable controversy (very small discussions though) and once 'read' - you will cringe at how you can see it working everywhere you've ever been. At least, parts of me are cringing, other parts, the most active parts, are simply asking for another scalpel, asking the nurse to clean the wound out, and planning the next incision.
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    As a side note, I've become pretty obsessed with death; a deathwish seems to be ticking. But I don't think when I say death I mean the images and thoughts that commonly arise. I think death may be all around us, infused by life - and that death is the permanent, life is the transitory.
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    Non-philosophically, I feel physically and mentally old and severely confused as to what life is about and how to live it, and having holed myself into my own mind and thoughts decades ago, see immortality as expressing my thoughts and inspirations into widely distributed works, at which time I can/will expire/ascend.
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    The study of "Mutant Recessives" is going to be really, really, hard, ceebee.
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    I've been very curious about the words Wight and Bleak recently.. while reading passages from my upcoming book, How They Turned The World Upside Down,...
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