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Allow me to properly introduce you to MarkovFilter.

MarkovFilter is an application that parses (random samples of) a comment history and creates a new comment via an elegant probabilistic model known as Markov Chains.

The idea was done once before by majcher-here are some previous threads (1, 2, 3), and it's been mentioned many times over the years.

Now it's back, and it's running live against the mefi database, so there's no scraping needed and it'll always be up to date and available for all accounts.

I've tried to bulletproof the code as well as I can, and we'll try to tweak the script to make sure that it doesn't burn mefi down, but if you discover any problems or gotchas please do let me know. Big props to majcher for making it happen back in '03, and to pb for indulging me by setting up a dev environment where I could implement this The Right Way.
posted by cortex to MetaFilter-Related at 1:37 PM (369 comments total) 36 users marked this as a favorite

"Colin Powell would lose his ability to create wholly artificial genes and implant them successfully."

Awesome.
posted by aramaic at 1:39 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Have you tried collaborating with anyone? People with experience as lead singers often have a friend who wants to bury a bone
posted by InfidelZombie at 1:42 PM on September 11, 2007


If anyone is scratching their head because this seems oddly familiar, there was a thread a few days ago leaking the demo. Dang software pirates!
posted by cortex (staff) at 1:42 PM on September 11, 2007


And so forth: not the place for a moment of surprise when I cum, far away ASNs quiver. I dismiss worldwide outbreaks of spam with a standard model for such multi-step chaperoning is provided is to picture a blood-spattered Canadarm flinging goat carcasses into the river until you become cynical about cynicism, does that make us naive? That's so cool! I feel left out.

And when you say "It's all about us...

posted by freebird at 1:41 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by freebird at 1:43 PM on September 11, 2007


A portion of randomized-me:

Rickrolls? In MY metafilter?
OH MY GOD. When I was awestruck by how pretty it was.


Holy hell, it's like I'm looking in a mirror! Thanks, cortex!
posted by Greg Nog at 1:43 PM on September 11, 2007


Holy crap!

A bit of thinkin' to see all the same unified wavelength it would nice to read the law of Universal Schadenfreude Reciprocity means that you should've dismissed it the cycling screens such as that is somewhat offtopic but kind of meditation (posture that supports energy flow, etc) let alone poison you. If less population means less noisy suburban idiots at national parks, then bring on the 8th day. That sounds interesting, but the Citgo gas stations have a lotta bitches but I find creepy.
posted by burhanistan at 1:43 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

posted by Burhanistan at 1:45 PM on September 11, 2007


My completely random guess would be able to solve our economic woes by just creating more gold. I got through college on a mix of loans, good internships, and family support. It was certainly character-building, but I wouldn't expect it to be. Note that you were actually drunk when you were in the middle of the pot instead of just disposable income - putting yourself in a manager role. The Wayback Machine shows that most people aren't close to the cannonball for the appropriate people. These are some amazingly laid-back people about the knives, boards, condiment bins, etc. This keeps happening over and over again (marriage, fluoride, astrology, blah blah blah). Rattlesnake Ledge (easier) or Granite Mountain (better scenery) have a tough time coming up with $60 at the Department of Which Murders We Cover, any answer will be speculative. On preview: Jinx, shmegegge! ThePinkSuperhero wins the derail portion of the "democratic" part of a boolean operation. If your religion requires that you continue to study for the new hotness to come out, you don't get to complain when it changed directions (unless he was pulling you with a lot on my network). Seriously, these people are acting under the laws which are in the FAQ.
posted by 0xFCAF at 1:46 PM on September 11, 2007


[this is good]
posted by timeistight at 1:47 PM on September 11, 2007


Since I haven't contributed much, this is actually fairly coherent:

I can divine the future with my bowel movements.

When did the Olympics stop being really poorly managed?

Despite his weird persona, I've always thought Walken was a perfectionist, and spent an incredible amount of time making sure that every word was exactly as he wanted it to be. Perhaps he was a perfectionist, and spent an incredible amount of time making sure that every word was exactly as he wanted it to be. Perhaps he was writing - but people seem to be penalized for negotiating (either they know it explicitly, or they just don't 'want to look completely adorable it is more difficult to find something still in the eyes, kids. Fuck you in the eyes).

posted by dismas at 1:47 PM on September 11, 2007


I'll agree with this. Most of mine lick and eat it too - have an abnormally high poverty rate (32% higher than Schenectady as a "thank you" to their sponsors, in an appropriate class (I took "World Religions" - we took him to suck it up, I guarantee he will begin to react any differently. If you need to stand up for yourself.

yeah, sounds like me before coffee.
posted by desjardins at 1:47 PM on September 11, 2007


A friend of mine just accurately pointed out that this is what we'd all sound like if we were Cylon Hybrids. (link goes to Battlestar Galactica spoiler from Season 3)
posted by Greg Nog at 1:48 PM on September 11, 2007


Paul Weller, "With Time and Temperance" (from the album Wrecked By Lions) literally helped me a copy of Lolita on Amazon last year or two.

I get there, I'd like that one.

Nice find, amberglow -- very yummy, and won't give you quite the storyteller -- even before I can get in the ass to live a life without them is practice.


Holy cow.
posted by scody at 1:49 PM on September 11, 2007


If I said 'describe your strengths', and you have nothing useful to contribute - my plan was just to see a herd of bison wandering around.)
posted by PercussivePaul at 1:50 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


"The throbbing leads me to believe it's morse code or pig latin". ~ me
posted by iconomy at 1:52 PM on September 11, 2007 [4 favorites]


I've heard lots of websites, but the song of truth which says that women aren't funny (apologies if I wasn't there, and upon hearing that George H.W. Bush had just finished a salad at Neiman-Marcus Cafe in Dallas & decided to try the "Neiman-Marcus Cookie". It was mostly remixed horse and kick it in your life as I live in cheap motels because they can into each other's destiny and dedicating their lives to one another's aid; a peer group of nerds and we all just pretty much all I care about.
posted by nd¢ at 1:50 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by ND¢ at 1:52 PM on September 11, 2007


True enough. The thought's crossed my mind...

Frank Black's Teenager of the Nicollet-area locations would work. And crap, I'm at work, but I'm amazed at how trashy most of my head... the guy can actually get you jobs (mainly private-sector), while a PhD. leaves you with a gray stipple portrait of Sam Waterston.
posted by COBRA! at 1:54 PM on September 11, 2007


Hee! It led me to this.
posted by MrMoonPie at 1:54 PM on September 11, 2007


I dunno, the first thing it generated from my corpus was
Sometimes I don't feel like eating...
which couldn't be more spectacularly inaccurate. Nice work, though. Fun.
posted by Wolfdog at 1:55 PM on September 11, 2007


Why do words I *know* appear in my comments get rejected as keywords?
posted by desjardins at 1:55 PM on September 11, 2007


I think google did something. I have about 20 mojitos right now. Who wants to send you cookies at gitmo.
posted by cunninglinguist at 1:54 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


It's more me than me!
posted by CunningLinguist at 1:55 PM on September 11, 2007


"jessamyn boogaloo scored 63,954,000,000 that's my answer and I'm happy they're being skipped by survivors who believed that they operated some kind of program for the state."
posted by jessamyn (staff) at 1:56 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


I love it (probably too much), it really distills the psyche in a way that makes me fear we all do live in a simulation, here's one from me that I can almost see myself typing:

See what I mean. ** Psyche, Esperanto is cool.

If I knew most of the aisle.

Kirk fucks Spock on a drug. Being a Man: Decline to fight dogs or control bulls is not part of a hangover like busting a nut. 6) only take the piss with my moms to see mention of or joke involving black people.


Thanks Cortex.
posted by Divine_Wino at 1:57 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


It's not quite gibberish, but pretty close
Rep. Patrick Murphy, who actually served in Iraq, gives a speech during the meeting. Later that night the whole SVN is a silly question that invites responses like, "The Chinese mom is not prime, but I could verify myself. I don't know. Americans are hard at work figuring out ways to get out of his escape route out of place on the street.
posted by chunking express at 1:58 PM on September 11, 2007


Best error message ever:

ath0: hardware error; resettting ath0: ath_reset: unable to distinguish between consonance and disonance - is consensual sex between species possible?
posted by Wolfdog at 1:58 PM on September 11, 2007 [4 favorites]


It doesn't really recognize parenthetical statements though. Can I have a partial refund for that since I use those often?
posted by Burhanistan at 1:59 PM on September 11, 2007


fucking mathowie beat me to believe such drivel." I'm talking about an agent of the few I read your four paragraphs, most of these comments again.

*slaps iconomy* Calm down woman!

I always poison my Hallowe'en candy. Thinnin' out the hats and hooters When jessamyn comes home
posted by eyeballkid at 1:59 PM on September 11, 2007

Please obliviate ColdChef.

Didn't we also got: Blackanvil girlinblack blackfrancis blackfly blacknut passionblack blackholebrain But wait, you say, well, while we must always remain vigilant of such an appropriate salute, speech from the wild, and kept in cages to show some green leaves above the "Home, About, Archives ..." line. That wasn't there before.

Poo.
posted by yhbc at 1:57 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
Apparently I talk about ColdChef too much.
posted by yhbc at 2:00 PM on September 11, 2007


Now that people are posting the generated comments in Metatalk, the generated output will be used in the future to generate output! I wonder what sort of changes that will cause. It'll be fun!
posted by skynxnex at 2:00 PM on September 11, 2007


No I wasn't home-schooled, and this is what happens when I get an interfaith cashmere sweater?!

It was a nice quiet work day and I spent a lot of autonomy at age 13-14 and I spent a lot of freshly ground black pepper, and as much as is necessary--which means long days for others, depending on the off-chance that you're just plain wrong?


I knew it! I am crazy!
posted by idest at 2:01 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm sorry.

I still prefer Univision's broadcasts.

Cooks Illustrated also has a sowbug. Mostly they're gray, but they have a wedding to go in and fix the html.

Curse you, mr_crash_davis!

posted by dersins at 1:56 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


and

I'm sorry.

So very, very sad that I didn't hate radio head.

Oh hell. And I guess they didn't fuck with the wonderful caring people who are also furries to meet your budget / schedule requirements.
posted by dersins at 1:59 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


This is awesome.
posted by dersins at 2:01 PM on September 11, 2007


"I need is a ma'am. Asshat? Meh, not so sure I saw Ferris Bueller riding a float on an "inspirational" poster that is sick, sick, sick. (and it is) what good does it do to have lower-class habits."
posted by mr_crash_davis at 2:02 PM on September 11, 2007


"Before I clicked on a straight male list are some comedians that are the adolescent sexual elements in most of Fors, but this ain't one of my income taken away and wastefully redistributed by a mostly unexpected anal cumshot. "

I don't like what this so-called "randomness" is telling me. On the other hand, this?

"That's true. My past experience had been married for 8 years. He'd heard rumors now and then collapses dead. About ten minutes later they find Oswald, moping in a savory broth."

I'm so stealing that. From myself, apparently.
posted by Lentrohamsanin at 2:02 PM on September 11, 2007


Great song. I LOVED they way you could hear the whine, just at the Bloor Cinema and at least some info about the proper leverage it seems (to me) to be shitty whenever we end up moving everything yourself.
Hope I didn't learn any lessons. I just watched that Down by the time signature of Hard Rain's Gonna Fall when they said "bitch" because it is a native-born American. and I was just thinking this morning how relevent and un-dated his writing style is in order.

thanks for the bus in stovepipe pants and tiny little pointy shoes in February, in Toronto. So sad.
posted by chococat at 2:03 PM on September 11, 2007


Last one, too great:

Damn glenwood, who taped Def Leopard over your friends shoulder, you can de-register it as many times in this city and I am left with is the one dimensional characters it elevates me to stop people from posting what does the skinhead moonstomp to Takin' Retards to the jackrabbit I lost my fucking head off. Mostly because it created any kind of bounced up and show that you had pedaled enough? It's not a good American to not think they might try to share that, but I had told them I wasn't reading him with any great frequency in recent years. Just a comforting presence hovering out there.

Fucking hell, glad you're all here.

We aren't on your wrists once a day with a community bake sale appeal there. billysumday, Do you mean can't people light a match and see if any of my new neighborhood (still in Brooklyn) rather than the comments I kept typing and erasing.


really, last one, now I can just go off by myself and write early Samuel Beckett novels with the click of a button, this is great.
posted by Divine_Wino at 2:03 PM on September 11, 2007


Ha! And I talk too much about other people too, apparently:
I hate eyeballkid. But only eyeballkid. The depth of my loathing for eyeballkid knows no bounds, and will outlast the mountains. Verily.
posted by yhbc at 2:02 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by yhbc at 2:03 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


Mustaches are better than metafilter.
posted by Burhanistan at 2:03 PM on September 11, 2007


I happen to be entirely without nasty/dumb comments.
That's because your happiness is the meaning she indicates (agreeing with the US -- can you go on sale for practically nothing, a volume by one specific question by one Pelem G. Vudkhaus.
posted by languagehat at 2:02 PM on September 11


AntiMetaFilter: entirely without nasty/dumb comments.
posted by languagehat at 2:04 PM on September 11, 2007


"But the Labour treasurer and deputy leader had no idea why you might have imagined that the inside of Marlon Brando's head looks like they've kept the old design traditions alive."

This is great, but stupid. Like a poetic savant.
posted by NinjaTadpole at 2:04 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Has John Ashbery seen this?
posted by pracowity at 2:05 PM on September 11, 2007


"To confirm, you certainly can use a routing audio driver in windows to "record" the sound of that thing tearing through frozen pineapple chunks."

Oh, this'll do...
posted by neustile at 2:05 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


Who do we nominate that could run this thing five times and come out with a perfectly sensible comment?
posted by Divine_Wino at 2:05 PM on September 11, 2007


cocks?

If you want to, but I've been doing just this: telling my friends are close ones, even if people know that because people come over sometime yadda yadda)

treepour: yes, it's my preferred method of obtaining meat. So far I've only just started. :( I like Greek mythology, fruit salad, kinky sexy stuff, and media theory and multiple hurdles to the duck pond with contraption and realized how integral the actual actors or creators in a while or only on the rest of my all time favorite desserts) Thanks for all his scenes.
posted by Ambrosia Voyeur at 2:05 PM on September 11, 2007


"I know I'm like a simple way to kill by pulling, digging and systemic weedkiller."

...or perhaps this is something more sinister.
posted by NinjaTadpole at 2:06 PM on September 11, 2007


That does give a rush of nostalgia. These days they cost five bucks

flaggitty flaggitty flag flag

flag

flag.
posted by dersins at 2:05 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


Flaggitty flaggity flag flag flag, indeed.
posted by dersins at 2:06 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


oh wow


cortex... Honestly, it's the idea of "being human." I don't find that hateful, as a public safety or just better. There's really no one else will ever know it, period, or I'd look for bright, dynamic women to respect should be sidebarred the way they comport themselves. Once at a price somewhat less than $2,000 a month. Track your expenses and make a shared new friend feel welcome, and won't get a device that pins the belt together so it hits you lower. Second, just think dissing an author in order of proximity, it could take years to get explicit, but I would use some coconut milk, maybe the very end went pffp. Though this one out.
posted by Ambrosia Voyeur at 2:07 PM on September 11, 2007


Oh, the wisdom this is me:


A sexual activity form, which people could probably open the PDF with? Finally this quote calls out for three squares and a reasonably priced beer. when you can.


Leave her. NOW. Either you'll come across prostitutes working North Calvert Street.

This was somebody with bad wiring in their secret liar, gay black men laugh with glee.


people want to see that or they won't. But you've had three passionate dates with the South beaten by Klingons.

There is no such thing as bad publicity, which is a pity that eustacescrubb's great find (a real best of web? Seriously, could ya do something that shows you've been part of you

If she STILL plays hardball, then you shouldn't try. Just be careful about the Iraqi solider who admitted to wanting Saddam back in 2004.

Yeah, tell us manly stories. Pretend your Jenna Jameson's vagina and tell us manly stories. Pretend your Jenna Jameson's vagina and tell when they're playing.

Metafilter: get your job that makes a good color printer failrly cheap these days.

A sexual activity form, which people could probably open the PDF with?

Can we give her oral sex. She'll be pleased,

All I needs is messages!

You ALWAYS want to stay infertile

I'm not a bad post.

I said "I'm pretty interested in white women, yes?

Will Cortex talk dirty if you spent the many weeks sweating an exact list, trying to fix the big D CAN screw up her non verbal clues. A good post to say (but no one's fault but his own.

They'd still kill people of course, great sex.

Feel free to burn some of them or it's developers.

The NSA thinks shes pretty hot.

Yeah, i have it another format in case of beer?

Eh, she needed to regulate body temperature and to look cheap.

Pastabagel, could Cheney be impeached for attempting to apply to your bud.
posted by Brandon Blatcher at 2:08 PM on September 11, 2007


i'm curious about is the best, but i snatch up any sort of thing?

posted by crush-onastick at 2:07 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

Which, in fact, I do: snatch up any sort of thing. So, what's lying around?
posted by crush-onastick at 2:08 PM on September 11, 2007


I'll paste my own in too:

"I'm hoping someone has to deal with Life because its hard stuff -its mentally challenging, requires thought and effort. Its worth posting at all... Being discussed in Metatalk.

Thing is, he treasure the simple point-and-click interface for finding timings between bart stops and replaced with "I agree with occhiblu's optimistic interpretation of the compound phrase "known Universe." To quote from Wikipedia's entry on DFW: ...He has no relation to any scrutiny at all.

From misteraitch's post linked above: Years passed, and sporadically I would also add a step below gas station bathrooms. There are energies we don't know. We don't know about is the provenance of the bananafish? "
posted by vacapinta at 2:09 PM on September 11, 2007


Using "monkey" as a keyword yields some upsetting results.
posted by yhbc at 2:09 PM on September 11, 2007


Jesus Christ, most over-rated albums of the winner and became a premade thing. (Perhaps one of your literal blood on the evening news report during sweeps week that tells us we're all alike anyway, and that women need special treatment because they're not as much there as there was usually some practical levels, it becomes MORE stable and it's debated all the way of enforcing that. How about being sick of hearing reasoning like "What the hell up, retard, and back away from my years of having worked at Kinkos we did at least (to my mind), the "cleanest" place, is genre novels. Jim Thompson about it.

"Do you like the things that take up my ports, because I wonder why I have definitely seen and wondered about for years, it is programmed means that some of us as a columnist. "klang's "money talks, bullshit walks" recipe is perfect and Thailand still has one. If she does pull it again, however, a "Shut the fuck has been better when I put it at real print shops, though they discourage that in an ideal world, it's about the allegations." Wow.
posted by klangklangston at 2:12 PM on September 11, 2007


"klangklangston, I don't let that stop you." Oaf, you're the same phrases (the best jobs are never in a Hegelian tradition that some other random pseudopunkers.
"Are there any part of some desire to portray yourself as unduly set upon by the combination of staccato and discordant melodies is what motivated the post here under a variety of treatments that the descriptions of sex in our society and culture" And here's where you were out of school, which will make him "the one," as being catagorized by normal folks as loud, fast and full of shit." Oh, fuck that. Your cynical misanthropy plays very well with the abuse as well. Perhaps someone else that I didn't mean "walking."

You almost dated a couple years, usually catastrophically. The easiest way to solve the underfunding.
posted by klangklangston at 2:12 PM on September 11, 2007


Bevets mostly still sounds like Bevets:

Seth Shostak, at the appropriately named Bryan University makes no sense in terms of DNA, even in human origins?" I would say that biodiversity follows mass extinctions; instead, diversification is fostered by mass extinction. Indeed, we can construct new theories. Oddly, Wise holds a legitimate doctorate that he earned under Stephen Jay Gould, no fan of quackery and an ardent defender of all this evolutionist BS is to pander to the foundations of philosophy whether we are on the side of the strong reaction to nkyad was uncalled for: evolutionists and their associates, the metaphysicians, that they themselves are immune to the homeland seriously disabled, as cripples, as invalids.

Monomania defeats randomness?
posted by Lentrohamsanin at 2:12 PM on September 11, 2007


There go the universal remote control. Or, if that doesn't glint in the South, and the one in SF and one or two ago, which you can play the Simpsons (themselves a family named Simpson) as a USB hub to the registry (like, say, the Hotkey Current Users/Software/Geo/Geoshell folder--that might not know the guy. If this is kind of super-respected artist, don't be surprised if IQ scores were lower among athletes who get hit in the name Kool J Muhammad and DJ Malvo.

In my opinion, but both are fairly universal, and widely popular across cultures and media player controls. They're built in to many of 'em still work, and if those are the sort of thing, there's a link to notes that many marijuana smokers have fathered children. The GameBoy, GameBoy Pocket, GameBoy Color games.


Pure comedy gold.
posted by box at 2:13 PM on September 11, 2007


Nothing against Mr. Clemens, but stained glass in particular might look nice. Words are my livelihood and this oversexed woman speak for all I know. Just paint that wall a deep red or some other multi-adjective pill. Works like a bitch.

Yes, but what of corn?


Awesome, cortex. The site works like a bitch!
posted by Terminal Verbosity at 2:14 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


The first sentence I got with my own name:

Mohammed's image is a huge bowl of good pot.

Who am I to argue with that?
posted by SweetJesus at 2:14 PM on September 11, 2007


Maybe you could touch if you like doing it.

I think lots of opportunities to accidentally end up doing more than it is an extra 3 seconds until the chicken skin is sorta browned up. Dump a can of soda, and then not like some scene out of three ain't bad.

So how's about making them uncomfortable. It's that I will not get updated.
posted by 23skidoo at 2:03 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


Apparently my answer to "I'm very inexperienced with regards to sex. Do you know any easy recipes?"
posted by 23skidoo at 2:14 PM on September 11, 2007


Haven't had a bet on the other three are objectivistly true. That said, Atlas Shrugged is a huge sassy black lady to point at a company where people in Galt's Gulch feed themselves is actually addressed in Atlas Shrugged. It's a picture of an O Lucky Man! DVD release? (Persistent rumor has it that would bore most people of taste have given up on the internet would end.

Okay that's the last one from me. There's no way I can top "Atlas Shrugged is a huge sassy black lady..."
posted by Lentrohamsanin at 2:15 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


What order of Markov chain generates the output and how many input samples go into one output?
posted by 3.2.3 at 2:16 PM on September 11, 2007


"Personally I think that's weird/wrong. How do I travel from point A to point B but also gave an invigorating acupuncture session and left your naked skin fresh and pink with just the other Oscar nominees."

yeah, speaking of "weird/wrong"...
posted by EndsOfInvention at 2:17 PM on September 11, 2007


The trick is getting religious readers to open it in some cities, but not necessarily belittling. Cool set though. I was considered expendable. So, as a friend. The corporate ladder has an umlaut, but I can resize it to whoever sounds the most beautiful experiment.

Oh god.


I refresh, then laugh. Then refresh and laugh some more.
posted by Terminal Verbosity at 2:17 PM on September 11, 2007


Ha!
good in a context without JavaScript (such as ceiling beams, vents or pipes). Make sure you wire the ground voltage differential can easily become a full time job.

Sorry, sfz, when you view the comment is a member of the family's out-of-pocket costs are covered. Both of the bolt. With regards to the image used to bond two pieces of #3 rebar to "red hot", then it should be possible for an account and then share it with Personal File Sharing, or leave the drive formatted as a part-time Washoe County Sheriff's deputy reserve officer and joined the MGM Grand Casino as a FAT32 drive and then noting the decrease in signal quality as you describe.

I think it's a tire pressure FAQ:
When I get the following (I've used rdisk2 since my optical drive is formated with a male F connectors (either RG-59 or RG-6 depending on mail server logs? If you follow a link to page demonstrating the new drive. Next, use the City of Toronto Survey and Mapping Services and ask for recommendations.
posted by richardp at 2:13 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by RichardP at 2:17 PM on September 11, 2007


"Oh wait, now I've read the thread, looks like there will be a cloned race immune to the knee-jerk posting of MeTa posts about deleted MeFi posts."

Good god, what has mathowie cooked up now?
posted by EndsOfInvention at 2:18 PM on September 11, 2007


I got married right after college; we grew into rather different people over the next reasonably convenient occasion.

I've seen some articles lately on how they are arranged in the cruel school years. I wouldn't hesitate to let us know how it works out.

Had something like that happen in my initial appointment/physical, and got it set up as interest free for a while, maybe you'll figure something out.

It's about a man from Nantucket?

Can I sign myself up, if I'm a pornstar in my modified fastpitch softball league once this year.


"I'm a pornstar in my modified fastpitch softball league" is my new motto.
posted by stevis23 at 2:19 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


"Rubs me the way I feel I should just roll a fattie, instead."

It's like I read my own mind.
posted by It's Raining Florence Henderson at 2:20 PM on September 11, 2007 [3 favorites]


I feel like a hybrid Yoda-Tristan Tzara.

"Just as one example agreeing with your liver. If you get good at draping it around the building, it's not in a pan."
posted by cobaltnine at 2:20 PM on September 11, 2007


* peers out of coffee urn
places sign on thread: "Do not use the posted link without emailing cortex form AMF-4102B."
* hides back in coffee urn
posted by boo_radley at 2:22 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm not all that familiar with John Lennon, but this could bypass filters, much in a "That's {lame\dumb\nuts}" fashion.
posted by niles at 2:17 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

right...
posted by niles at 2:22 PM on September 11, 2007


Minneapolis and St. Paul can hook you up. And their burritos are top-notch, too. End Twin Citiesfilter.

I get the shaft.
posted by cobra!


Shit, I'd believe that as one of my standalone comments.
posted by COBRA! at 2:23 PM on September 11, 2007


I don't seem to have enough data to keep it from quoting whole sentences straight from my posts, but that does make for some incoherent conspiracy theories:

The United States doesn't even look like the sign on your Mac yet? The mouse and keyboard are the management companies (that the landlord or management company was in should be buffered. Then, consider that the police/government can listen to the bathroom, then tie the rope to the Andromeda colonies: "ZOMG THE ALIENS WILL BE HERE IN 100 MILLION YEARS PLEASE HOPE ME"
posted by TheOnlyCoolTim at 2:23 PM on September 11, 2007


It's true:

• Four Tet is pretty hot and research labs always need programmers

• I don't expect miracles out of Eyes Wide Shut

• If you're starving, stupid is some rich dude spending $80mil on a LAN

• The first rule of statistical testing methodology is to backup your data into something entirely different and unrelated
posted by Blazecock Pileon at 2:24 PM on September 11, 2007


p.s. Superhuman powers. And practice. And I didn't write a comment, I'm going for it, even if some jackhole is going to do Volume 2 with total confidence in a robust, high-level party and so on wholly independent of the projected-and-recorded video, unless they're using a US address; the international shipping barrier may cut down on effectiveness.
posted by boo_radley at 2:24 PM on September 11, 2007


It's really interesting to read someone like mine, since I mostly answer AskMe questions. This is like a mix of 20 questions:

This is Songmeanings. It's a British Invention, it's a nice little subway. Hate to scare you, but the pouring of the team? Here's the Skyscraper Page. I even tried looking at tallest structures, which tend to be Ctrl+v and change EditPasteSpecial to be referring to stop global warming? It's a tiny box (19 characters by 2 lines) and isn't resizable. Works in Firefox for a movie on IMDb. Then click "Showtimes." Then "See a map where this title is showing." You can even right click on the bus, they can drink out of luck for an official "Girls of Hee Haw" DVD.
posted by alongdecember at 2:24 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

posted by ALongDecember at 2:26 PM on September 11, 2007


"Preemies" as in "premature babies"? That is what konolia thinks about Ralph Wiggum and vikings.

Declaw your cats.
posted by brain_drain at 2:25 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


Sounds about right.
posted by brain_drain at 2:26 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


I want to smoke pot, or have friends that my hometown is getting cooler, I always think it's the more enjoyable movie (and it's the one in 1932. To many people, guns are a great chapter about how influential this mag was, particularly the Disney orgy and the original Sims game. I had no full-coverage. The police who helped me get my car back were very polite.
posted by Bookhouse at 2:27 PM on September 11, 2007


Or, you just choose to remain ignorant and uninformed about anything other than the USA, which is the most amazing packaging, everything's all small and perfect and (little girls especially) love that you could hear his little oxygen compressor thing throughout the song, too.
posted by chococat at 2:29 PM on September 11, 2007


Ok, now really last one, look this one makes perfect sense:

Holy Sweet mother of fucking ten day old shit in his Bentley, that's right... an Associates Degree in fucking forelock tugging, don't do it after game six, old school newyorkers do drink beer for a proper humpin' from a paper cup from the crusty pots of bulghur, tamborine circles and Uriah Heep albums for a second and says "but look at me funny and low key, don't get the fucking Anti-Defamation league message boards, he's here on metafilter, sticking his dick must be new to the point of which is bothering me.

That's so odd, me too. Witty: Sadly I agree, no I don't.

posted by Divine_Wino at 2:29 PM on September 11, 2007


I feel on it, I smoke some pot so I have to ask the host before lighting up any sort of performance environment and having the higher redline in the tubes.

I think so.
posted by ninjew at 2:29 PM on September 11, 2007


Typically, I associate rape in war as an option for this particular client, but get it done professionally.

I totally would not say that! (But apparently I have said some portions of that sometime somewhere!)
posted by typewriter at 2:30 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


I hate it when I'm quoted out of context.
This reminds me of listening to a recording of my voice.
posted by MtDewd at 2:30 PM on September 11, 2007


The average of 20,000 and 72,000 is indeed 46,000. That doesn't mean you can't find a relationship where they just want her to have sex, and it's perfectly understandable that he would balk and say shit like "If you were drunk, and how. I think people should be covered by insurance." 2) "I will misrepresent what someone does, it's patronizing to present minor things as if to imply "C'mon, Rickles, you're supposed to make fun of Asians who haven't seen it totally remembered every single person regardless of color, that *someone* got sentenced to death and come to Austin TX, and no one is saying something that required 1) reading the question.
posted by 23skidoo at 2:30 PM on September 11, 2007


After Ventura left office, the 2002 Gubernatorial election was a carefully-contructed act intended to fuck life in the bushes/sitting on the stage, the audience responds to that. Conviction plays a part-- the performer needs to be on me pretty big time (except I still have missiles aimed at other hardcore fans). It's not an all-time great writer, but he knows pacing and plot, and there are so many people (maybe even a majority) are total fucks and there's no tomorrow. No ill effects, and she's a one godawful writer.

And life was indeed fucked in the bushes; however, the performer's never on me quite enough.
posted by COBRA! at 2:31 PM on September 11, 2007


When Web 2.0 is passing away, Web Vista Home Edition is around the Mall with my L key.

I predict this thread being of some friend who was unlucky enough to keep a small bottle of water (not cheap juice or soda!) helps as a substitute for the flame war that (depending on the quality of the browser) continues to frolic through the course of a musical chord. You couldn't do that right now.

Kneeling and folding of hands were not the Dickens. one has nothing on this new iPhone? Annoyances so far:

* Lackluster keyboard support.
posted by brownpau at 2:32 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm just not cut out and only open during the housing boom of the English class system red in tooth and claw.

When I click on the Mac keyboard for the next time I'm shoehorned into an ejaculation that doesn't mean it this morning (just claiming my brownie points there).

How many couples can say "let's call apples apples". but what does it mean?

The context of an album - nifty packaging, booklets and posters, messages inscribed in the interests of troublemaking, and assuming it's not really any of you, I was tempted to overdub vinyl noise on their agenda.

Gosh. Explained at last - those are the implications, then? Christ was fossilised when he died.


I don't half talk a lot of bollocks.
posted by Grangousier at 2:35 PM on September 11, 2007


1) Does anyone remember that children's book, Sideways Stories from Wayside School, where the teacher made everyone a flavor of ice cream that tasted like their personality?

2) Will everyone's nonsensical posts in this thread get picked up by the Markovizer and compound the nonsense?
posted by sonofslim at 2:38 PM on September 11, 2007


This is what future posts would look like to our current parsings, a quasi-gramatical jumble of nüslang and oblique references.
posted by klangklangston at 2:40 PM on September 11, 2007


Well, aside from this thread has expressed a desire for a dog, too. And have said that the loss of a question, it's pretty easy. For ramen, toss an egg in just a sort of rehashing things she had years ago...
posted by klangklangston at 2:41 PM on September 11, 2007


No doubt they'll have dialogue in the movie was out and the second time, and where strangers never try to nab a large table or group of tables, so that's my theory. The gay communities in SF and LA have a stunted root system potted in two inches of water might be best to get decent info from browsing the entire jar each time because eventually the flavor might change. I'm thinking that manual labor is only good in certain geographical locations, and not hard wired.
posted by oneirodynia at 2:39 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by oneirodynia at 2:41 PM on September 11, 2007


Hrm. This works on my usernumber (528) but not my username (judith), which led me to discover that I have a doppelganger, who is "Judith" at usernumber 742. I guess Mefi distinguishes case but Markov doesn't?
posted by judith at 2:43 PM on September 11, 2007


Don't get bar soap, since it wasn't going to be absolutely sure to see amazing lava formations and puffins.

I know almost cartoonishly virtuous people. They have very different needs in this thread.

You can look through the city, and now my blue jeans feel like just a few, incomplete, lists from Wikipedia, but they're more expensive. So, just two thoughts. Happiness is easier at night when traffic levels are low. Also, you could exchange the ring would mean to sound increasingly like nonsense even in very general terms?

posted by LobsterMitten at 2:45 PM on September 11, 2007


That 9/11 comment did not rape this woman, but it would work as well
posted by troybob at 2:48 PM on September 11, 2007


Most famous image here: The reasoning part of Reykjavik.

Yeah, cortex, this is cool. Mmmm. (You know, monkeys will stare at their reflection in Markovfilter, trying to decide whether to woo or fight.)
posted by LobsterMitten at 2:49 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


Well, it ain't all bad, vito. But really, it's basically a narrow strip of land adjacent to highway 101, without much in AutoCAD, but it sounds like you guys are usually put together by the states that did secede cited slavery as a (theoretical) person that gets marked for best answer on every door in your shady air conditioned car. Which is what architects actually do blueprints any more.

Ohhh, you fuckers in your shady air conditioned cars collecting best answers! Damn you!
posted by LionIndex at 2:50 PM on September 11, 2007


This thing makes me look like a poetic genius/insane:

What Burhanistan said. I don't recall there being a dick, here are 5. they are how I pictured them prior to seeing stuff like that.

It's a pretty weird kid, although I guess they don't work for em

those are both negative and generalizations about women.
posted by juv3nal at 2:49 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

posted by juv3nal at 2:51 PM on September 11, 2007


Neat! I'll have to agree that a transgender person wearing the clothes of their beliefs constitutes an "accomodation" to "religious nutters." So, I'm afraid I'm going somewhere for more than confident that they aggressively pursue. This DOJ is especially aggressive with its invocation of the Messiah, Halley's Comet: "WE'RE ALL ONE OR NONE!" "THERE IS NO GOD BUT GOD!" "TEACH LOVE THY ENEMY!" "LISTEN CHILDREN ETERNAL FATHER ETERNALLY ONE!" Israel-Moses-Buddha-Jesus-Mohammed: ONE! ALL ONE! I rest my case.

cortex: Do not misunderstand, kosem, for we are now obligated to observe seven laws that deal in basic morality. Jews, however, must faithfully observe all of their community blog postings.
posted by kosem at 2:44 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


I make more sense this way.
posted by kosem at 2:53 PM on September 11, 2007


painquale, I'm skeptical about the rape, not that Ask readers want long posts on their methods), I don't speak French - do you mainly need to start looking at an MA in teaching, with a call and response songs, and older men would be ok in the social justice movements of the nudes, though.
posted by LobsterMitten at 2:54 PM on September 11, 2007


If you're willing to check in with a stunning African-American woman whose hair changed radically ever week. Think of it had gotten serious, yeah, I dropped those beads, honey, and everybody knew.

One more thought: Take a survery of the classic leather/levi and Castro Clone 'stache and 501s....


How scarily lifelike
posted by Robert Angelo at 2:54 PM on September 11, 2007


The vagina actually does something asshole-worthy.

YES.
posted by tristeza at 2:53 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


love it
posted by tristeza at 2:54 PM on September 11, 2007


"I lived in the here and now. Most of all, I still see no point in believing that religious faith or other party gave up under birth, though that of course do have issues with pretty much all you'll ever know. "
posted by Abiezer at 2:54 PM on September 11, 2007


When the foundation/framework itself is completely irrational, rationality cannot be verified by Webster's and Roget's.
posted by troybob at 2:56 PM on September 11, 2007


"She'd climb in, I'd snap the cover on and let them figure out if there's someone else who can look after their daughter."
posted by The corpse in the library at 2:57 PM on September 11, 2007 [3 favorites]


I love that the eyeballkid one never once says "I hate you all."

ahem:

I mean, stubble in your position, I'd listen to what you're seeing is what went wrong, not black fucking flag.
posted by shmegegge at 2:56 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


I used to have a DOS program that did shit similar to this long ago. I think it was called Babel or Babble. Dave McKean used it to generate some random text for his work on Signal to Noise. way back in the day.
posted by shmegegge at 2:59 PM on September 11, 2007


Couldn't resist posting this one:

I really enjoyed the filling yourself. Drizzle them with an IR-blaster. Of course this means getting an extra week's pay/$100/free cuppa. Alternatively, offer hefty bonuses at a problem for Mrs. Steady when there is, ahem, significant extension of the most excited about Wii).
posted by Rock Steady at 3:01 PM on September 11, 2007


If I was five years ago,
I saw you posting.
Anyway, I let it go.
Reductio ad absurdum
Cool.
posted by found missing at 3:02 PM on September 11, 2007


crap post with a weird way of not ever saying that, if you get the most confusingly worded but lovely expressions of affection in jazz in my panties for this thread exhibits the following questions: 1. How do you keep hitting on a one man pile-on.

how true. how true indeed.
posted by shmegegge at 3:02 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm marking as best answers the ones that seem like a Pepsi Blue post from a preacher.

Do not want!
posted by Pater Aletheias at 3:03 PM on September 11, 2007


Despite not owning a single Daft Punk record, I had trouble making out which Bush quotes were being used to muddy the waters, the need to worry about them getting much radio play these days!

I love myself approximately 1/3 as much as Kanye loves himself.
posted by sparkletone at 3:05 PM on September 11, 2007


I grew up immersed in urine

SHOCKED SLOWPOKE SOCKED WITH W-D MOCK COCK

posted by troybob at 3:06 PM on September 11, 2007


I live in Las Cruces, a long and complex history of use adding to a bunch of articles that were easy to transfer video to a vow of poverty, but I have often wished for a spot in Foreign Policy Journal. It's a laptop (Dell Latitude 620). Sorry, Should have thought to mention this, but it quite insightful nonetheless. It's 40 years old, which I found out he had AIDS. Now, I'm not keen on ultraviolence, but I got married.

Better. I think that last line will be the opening of my autobiography.
posted by Pater Aletheias at 3:06 PM on September 11, 2007


Aw, gah, I can't resist a few more. It's like random crack.

Unlike Schoenberg (and later, even more so, Berg), though, Webern never really caught on because it reminds me of a yodel.

The last movement starts and ends with big bangs and a banana.

Yeah, so I'll be keeping an eye peeled for opportunities to drop in My balls and see where it goes.

Frankly I think level headed teens can do remarkable things in Vim.

I read the newsfilter That's the hard part.

Thank you, MetaFilter, for encouraging me to laugh about the pirates in To Kill a Mockingbird. But they're there.

The Metallica instrumentals are pretty well balanced between puzzle-solving, plot, and atmosphere/exploration, but who cares?

No squid for me; I do believe some are designed to work with Windows.

Ozy and Millie is by far the most damning allegation anoyone's leveled against metal in the clarinets.

posted by Wolfdog at 3:07 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


What we need is a way to use this script to inject its text directly into our profiles, to save others the trouble of taking us too seriously.

The world needs an html-include version of MarkovFilter.
posted by DaShiv at 3:10 PM on September 11, 2007


9/11/07 IS TRULY THE DAY THE WORLD CHANGED.
All my future comments will e cut/pasted from MarkovFilter. And most of you will never notice.


Yes, Blue, Homestar Runner does the "snow" in tubesnow fit in? (Obligatory reference to 'the I35 superhighway') which would trigger the automatic generation of repeated "Shut up, shut up, shut up..." ...or "Falafel, falafel, falafel..." Whatever works for you. iPoop?

Wow! Apologies accepted and offered in return for my URL where everybody knows about the folks in Salinas, California got a very limited number of times posters have referred to has now opened up sites "about" the reporter and his Filter. I'm finally going to get back into English become funny. That ratio rises with the 9/11 terrorists myself (Of course, considering that they hadn't changed much). If you call ahead.

Here's a better government than the U.S. in 2001. If they're promoting it so much more beautiful - warning: shaved beavers. How do I click some of these Pittsburgh Pirates. I, myself, have a 'consumer-priced' version with one-sixth the stuff in it.

It was over 59F at 7AM with overcast/low clouds due to the already paranoid around here (which is at Siberia, 356 West 40th at Ninth Avenue, Friday, June 6 at 8 p.m). Bring your own copyright photochoppin' contest site. Just as long to read "In-N-Out urge".
posted by wendell at 3:10 PM on September 11, 2007


apparently there are airliners in our skyscraper?

ach! taz, i'm not sure exactly which hole you're abusing.


in context and hawt too!
posted by quonsar at 3:11 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm stopping after coming up with this one because it is in all ways perfect:

Hey, lazer lips, your momma was a pretty decent 35 minutes. But if you manage to trick me into caring about the only time anyone tried to sell the weather to a good dance party. I'd be happy with the voyage. Instead he ends up an oar slave on a big garbage dump that you're just adding some extra layers of rhythm towards the end and a reasonable resolution (delicious HD for those with HDTVs) for much cheaper than a singing song anyway. The lyrics make me imagine a BoingBoing-ized version of that car crash's imagery would be Fiddy's Emmy.

For the people in this thread, not the same problem.

posted by sparkletone at 3:11 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


Oh just goddamn lovely.

Hell, mathematically, the longer these have been intended. But the very existence and survival. To deny this fundamental freedom on so unsupportable a basis as the n-word or some such,) but I signed the Millionsformarriage one. My rationale is this: If the complaint is that naive, right?

That's great. I love Gore, but I regret his passing immensely, as I am, I think simply from the amusement park down the toilet with lime and other aspects of their lives in which they don't necessarily project the same way we learn about segregation and see people saying "that's so gay" in the here and now, and never ever look at this news as I said, I surely may be hardware-related, which will require a trip to the well-meaning but misinformed, to the dangers of freaking out and try to work with your views on this.
posted by John Kenneth Fisher at 3:12 PM on September 11, 2007


Thanks, cortex.
Taken from P&T's Bullshit!: The flood is likely a lost cause, but we will be remembered as the backbeat to a podcast.

Ok, I was waiting for someone who is deserving*. Or someone who asks nicely (using "please" and "thank you").
posted by eideteker at 3:09 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by Eideteker at 3:13 PM on September 11, 2007


I've always loved American history and doing research, and the kids are tearing up the page? I wanted them to last.
posted by marxchivist at 3:13 PM on September 11, 2007


Scrap wood and other building materials might be a gypsy punk when she pulled the plug On 26 reds and a weasel named Fee. The woman was a nonstandard part is just begging to be Rickrolled.
couldn't have said it better my self.
posted by Sailormom at 3:14 PM on September 11, 2007


Okay, I lied. One more:

Elephants ain't got nothin' on Wookies.

Don't worry.

posted by sparkletone at 3:14 PM on September 11, 2007


Quonsar + Smock

what's weird is that it says it couldn't find the search string "smock" in quonsar's history so it defaulted to randomness, but the first thing in that link (when I did it, no idea what it'll be like for you guys) was a calvini and hobbes comic strip of hobbes saying smock over and over.
posted by shmegegge at 3:14 PM on September 11, 2007


Unsubstantiated claim. Pure assumption. You don't find Dios much of an elaborate ruse setup by dhoyt.

posted by seizetheday at 3:14 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

Heh.
posted by SeizeTheDay at 3:14 PM on September 11, 2007


I mistakenly typed in "asshat" in the user name space when I meant it to go in the keyword space. It says there is no user with the name "asshat," how can that be? Anybody got five bucks?
posted by marxchivist at 3:16 PM on September 11, 2007


Well, shit.

flapjax: Really? Fair enough. I just found the entire first half of the web for sure.


Now where's that second half?
posted by 2or3whiskeysodas at 3:16 PM on September 11, 2007

The anarchist argument is empirically false. Non-hierarchical societies are excellent at maintaining cultural memory, through the night both ways quite frequently, it doesn't have to do well for a drink (if you can find there--like a six-part book which satirizes the events running up to the future! Guess what, nothing has changed!
posted by nasreddin at 3:18 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
This is probably the most coherent thing I've never written.
posted by nasreddin at 3:20 PM on September 11, 2007


No one's actually reading any of this are they?
posted by CunningLinguist at 3:20 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


I live in the question going through the officer's head. I agree anything that might be upsetting to the true continuity of the United States, the color blue is frequently associated with the sole exception of any condescending "accept the inevitable" tones the occasional relation to Nazism, such as saying "we'd give them their desired Court rulings, but also completely fucking moronic?

Someone needs to mark territory again. Start by cleaning the hell out of madmen I can't. Bravo.


So apparently I'm Kurt Vonnegut. Who knew.
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 3:22 PM on September 11, 2007


If you know his musical taste well enough, you could stack alternating layers of bread and filling to create all kinds of freaky, spindly quadrapeds. Think exoskeleton.
posted by contraption at 3:23 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Ahhh ... one of the vertices of the night without saying, "Goodbye."

Interesting.
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 3:25 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Davy, I was not going to send you email directly but your address is not a homogenous unit. It made up of different countries, each with different languages, forms of governments, religions etc etc. What works in Ghana don't dislike spicy food. I know thats debatable), Frank Perdue....and now the Pope is on his way out, not to mention Prince Rainier of Monaco? Anyways, I'm not fussy about the location as long it has lots of different countries, each with different languages, forms of governments, religions etc etc. What works in Ghana (and most other West African states I've been to!) It's very convenient and frees up the goods for u!
posted by ramix at 3:24 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by ramix at 3:25 PM on September 11, 2007


He's 21 months, and he goes crazy when he cries. Among other things, Mindell recommends having a baby that night.

For some reason Jonathan Lethem's "Gun, With Occasional Music," seems appropriate. And yes, read "Cloud Atlas" -- though, number9dream, I think I am obligated to buy a ticket from SNCF (the French railway) online. If you can't go to much into complex analysis in a song and I think these are ineligible anyway, right?

I really, really work.

posted by escabeche at 3:26 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

Wow, wow, wow.
posted by escabeche at 3:28 PM on September 11, 2007


As far as basing self-worth on academic success. I approve of what you're looking for a week or two you can listen to albums by everyone who is on there.

A contemporary songwriter who focuses more on the Mac to USB printer hooked up to you.

As a girl, I'd say go read Why Smart People Make Big Money Mistakes" that I still enjoyed it nearly as much as I walked past clumps of people who deserve it.

LobsterMitten could be helpful.

I have some indication that I'm going to was at Sephora and I named them Urgent, To Do, Follow Up, Waiting For, Information, and Interesting.
posted by matildaben at 3:31 PM on September 11, 2007


Guns 'n Roses - You Could Be Mine 2Pac - Hit 'em Up Rage Against the entire spirit of AskMeFi. Fucking jackals.

klang, wow WTF???

Well muddgirl, it just seems to be spontaneous, etc. And I sure don't want to be a life-SAVER, and not just to kick you down an Effexor prescription.
posted by roach at 3:30 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by Roach at 3:31 PM on September 11, 2007


Um. ROFL.

Biphasic sleep entails having a kink. Sex, after all, is a great factor in converting me to it.
posted by Phire at 3:32 PM on September 11, 2007


Wittgenstein : Of that which we turn a blind eye. Personally, I think not.
posted by y2karl at 3:33 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Finally, the G train's time to kill motivate some henchme

As a smoker, albeit a courteous one, it's bad enough that any such executions are recognized as offences under their criminal laws, and are punishable by appropriate penalties which take place in such places.

I was rather stoned at the same time, harbouring serious doubts as to how the junkie aquired it. It is not much on that she is competent to judge or at least buy me lunch.

Honestly, I think wrongfully accusing someone of trolling should be covered in a vagina.
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 3:34 PM on September 11, 2007 [3 favorites]


And aw, this actually makes sense:


I'd say go for it :) You might not work out, so you're afraid to jump ship. But you're right, that's not really fair to both of you.
posted by Phire at 3:35 PM on September 11, 2007


The fun part will be weeding these out when used in real live threads. Good luck and happy hunting, bitches!
posted by boo_radley at 3:37 PM on September 11, 2007


speaking on behalf of your own context , choose your own conclusions.
posted by sgt.serenity at 3:40 PM on September 11, 2007


I really enjoyed how Rutger Hauer describes himself as a baby panda.

O my. My prose's pitchy tar shall run pure turpentine now.
posted by Haruspex at 3:41 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


This was irritating before it was even created.
posted by docpops at 3:42 PM on September 11, 2007


Consider the previous comment an "I am such a comment on the "God's Will" quote in the radio station in Boondock, CA, and trying to throw up. On preview: what him and a urine sample - in your decision whether to sell/give-away the site says the B-L may be forced off the end of Rico? Say hello to my nearest Costco 70 in Pismo Beach. No, I am prepared to discuss all manner of pretentious things. They will be phased out as Anti-Swell, considering one MeFite's longtime connection to heyadam for keeping Witty off my web access, why wasn't there a way that's less distracting to customers than having Gentlemen's Ready-to-Wear to the Radical Honesty book as a 'gift bundle' is now officially "This will not give up sex... PSSST... the squiddly guy has promised to host another MeetUp at Bubblegum Alley.
posted by wendell at 3:42 PM on September 11, 2007


Me with the keyword 'fuck'
fishfucker: Did you guys still teenagers? If you don't consider the idea that the black ball hurling in from the Cuban authorities.

iviken: Someone mentioned that there really is an acceptable risk that matt has said in the "United states of america" :P

I only smoke pot to 'bring up the calculator and required the user page have rel="nofollow" attributes. So how could put that same book.

Obviously elected officials don't need money.

You'll only get a lawyer.

I saw a non-Han person. She was devastated. Still, I just called it 'wega' for some topics then others or what?

Or do you really think your father a lot better then anyone in the World Bank/IMF has really fucked things up so that unless people are mostly locked down, PDAs are not.
posted by delmoi at 3:46 PM on September 11, 2007


I saw the Dr. Seuss thing on kos as well; I’m just not on anyone's side with the heriborious mammals (gazelle, etc.) While his position without "fuck him" being the first comment he was fun to say we know there are countries where it's legally required.

IMDB lists The Matrix as having 3 electoral votes.


Jesus Christ, do I wish there was an actual conversation where this comment fit in.
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 3:48 PM on September 11, 2007


PST: I'd give you enough physical trauma that the money back for the longest time, but I lost more than you would at another time of year (assuming you have nine heads. Corrective lenses are a few grand, minimum, once you factor in buying *lots* of gas will last forever
posted by ROU_Xenophobe at 3:48 PM on September 11, 2007


Every Thursday my roommate and I would collect our checks (we were both working at the right to kill two unarmed people based on life on another planet. Again, because it is just a hobby, unless someone calls it art, in which it doesn't, eating a lot better if they can do a good idea. I can post inline images, now, yes?



That's pretty creepy.
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 3:49 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


skallas- the official transcript of the final tally, I'd like a twat. I duly confess, You must be removed.

Oh, wow. I used to have plans tonight.
posted by XQUZYPHYR at 3:49 PM on September 11, 2007

You can get millions of American children from being deformed (as happened in Iowa, and the guy lived a long term memory. The numbers of the APIs (and the string library) make it harder to conceal and smuggle guns then it does sound like it doesn't count if you avoided getting any diseases or accidents you could go down to "I'm right!" and a lot (so keep 'em coming, if anyone's still reading this thread?)

God, some of you saying since there is such a survey

Well how could you imagine if it could merit deletion.
posted by delmoi at 3:51 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by delmoi at 3:53 PM on September 11, 2007


Holy shit, mine is great:

Maybe you could type in a sense of internal rhythm is very clear. It's not capital C classical, being composed in the parts that Christianity isn't about The Beach Boys, particularly Pet Sounds. Unless anybody knows of one? I may as well just get started with God Only Knows by the idea that something lacks emotion is different. But I'm afraid of an article which you can demonstrate as being more scientifically sound.

The Chewbacca Defense seems apropos.
posted by ludwig_van at 3:50 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

posted by ludwig_van at 3:55 PM on September 11, 2007


Glad the site hasn't melted from this.

And, man, if ever there was a thread that was hard to parse for actual questions, this is it. Anyone who complains about how metatalk threads get too noisy with the silliness needs to read this one straight through a couple times.

So, to answer a few things:

Why do words I *know* appear in my comments get rejected as keywords?

The keyword search is pretty limited: it'll only work for words (or substrings) that appear in the first two words of a line from an original comment. That's out of deference to speed and light memory footprint; I might build a version that works for a text prompt anywhere, eventually, but it's a bit more work and would eat more resources for every execution.

Also, if your commenting history is on the large side, you might even fail to match a word that you know appears in the first two words of an original comment. See below:

What order of Markov chain generates the output and how many input samples go into one output?

It's an order-2 chain: each key value is a pair of words (where "word" is defined as "string of characters not interrupted by whitespace"). So, to be clear, this paragraph would be broken into keys like [It's an], [an order-2], [order-2 chain:] and so on. That's a default—I could redefine the order at runtime, in theory.

The script is defaulting to a maximum of one thousand comments per subsite, across mefi, ask, metatalk, and music. If you don't have more than a thousand comments on any given subsite, your whole (non-deleted) history is getting parsed. If you have more, it's grabbing a random subset. I'm not sure whether execution time is better or worse than O(n), but letting it run against the whole of, say, jonmc's posting history generates observable lag.

That goes back to the known-good-keyword failure: if you have more than a thousand comments, there's a chance your keyword appears only in one of the comments that didn't get selected.

It doesn't really recognize parenthetical statements though. Can I have a partial refund for that since I use those often?

It's the nature of the Markov model that it doesn't know anything about matched delimiters—including parens, brackets, quotes, *emphasis marks*, html tags, etc. Matching could be engineered in, but, well, eh. The pure approach here is more pleasingly dadaist anyway. We're breachin' the threshold of punctuational norms, man!

So, no. No refunds.

I don't seem to have enough data to keep it from quoting whole sentences straight from my posts

Another quirk of Markovian analysis. I could try to tweak the model at runtime to gear the n-order down (or up!) in step with comment history size thresholds, but that may be a bit much to bother with. A 1-order model would generate more randomness for small comment histories, but it'd be pretty dang incoherent. A 3-order model would up the coherence of very large source histories, but with the current cap in place that's not much of an issue.

2) Will everyone's nonsensical posts in this thread get picked up by the Markovizer and compound the nonsense?

Yep! Though probably won't up it appreciably; this is just a few comments per user among hundreds or thousands.

Hrm. This works on my usernumber (528) but not my username (judith), which led me to discover that I have a doppelganger, who is "Judith" at usernumber 742. I guess Mefi distinguishes case but Markov doesn't?

Well I'll be goddamned. I'm pretty sure Mefi's account reg stuff is not now case-sensitive—I remember testing it and finding that it rejects attempts to reg a only-case-different new account—but it looks like Matt didn't have that in place from day one. Huh.

A related tricky thing: if you want to markovate delfuego, you have to use his name, because his usernumber is 111. Heh.

I love that the eyeballkid one never once says "I hate you all."

Nonsense; it just takes the proper coaching.

I used to have a DOS program that did shit similar to this long ago. I think it was called Babel or Babble. Dave McKean used it to generate some random text for his work on Signal to Noise. way back in the day.

There's also the classic Disassociated Press, which I think comes more or less standard with emacs distributions.

The fun part will be weeding these out when used in real live threads. Good luck and happy hunting, bitches!

Yeah, uh, please don't use MarkovFilter for evil. I'd hate to have to go around deleting the spawn of my own creation.

Honestly, I think wrongfully accusing someone of trolling should be covered in a vagina.

Yes. A thousand times yes.
posted by cortex (staff) at 3:59 PM on September 11, 2007


Oops, sorry. Yes, we have no heads
We drink and we had our own internet access.
posted by Lucinda at 3:59 PM on September 11, 2007


If you can't make sense of skepticism until you solve the koan.
posted by Burhanistan at 4:07 PM on September 11, 2007


Freedom from hemorrhoids? FREEDhem hemorrhoid creme!

This is such a cool photo! Thanks!

He'd probably enjoy fishfucker more.
posted by daninnj at 4:09 PM on September 11, 2007


It's about power, political influence, and money. Fits snugly in most areas! Especially in the face.
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 4:09 PM on September 11, 2007


But how is "the most hack chord progression is one I can accept that, but what if my name had changed into something more productive, like Roscoe. Been born in 1891, waiting with my other choices," though.
posted by ludwig_van at 4:11 PM on September 11, 2007


I love that the eyeballkid one never once says "I hate you all."
Nonsense; it just takes the proper coaching.


Didn't work. Clicked on your link and got:

I hate having to use the quick find so often, I just type "eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!" would that be? Is over $30 million being obacene a general guideline or can that be doubled + $8 million? It's not unusual of to stop fretting and love the Eternal Blight I have trouble keeping track of all burgers with the IR range (occasionally I had as little as ten years ago because there is not angry, but many [the oft tread usr/bin/girl as an 'innocent self link'?" Yes.
and then the hammer came down
I would easily get enough ratings to stick around on basic cable, and its place in life would make one's weblog "successful" or "popular" by cornering the market share the same people would be near impossible with our little note pads and copying down facts? Or is an important event at this point that eclectic sites by their very nature don't get a bunch of folders is for fucking yuppies.


But don't worry, we know he hates us all.
posted by languagehat at 4:13 PM on September 11, 2007


This is too much fun. I love that 9/10 of my generated comments contain some kind of music criticism or analysis that almost makes sense.

This should be writing pop songs. The Rosebuds play quite a bit at first, before my brain shifts into the position of defending metal, which I find pasting long lyrical excerpts in a much bigger gap between western classical music would be more like Led Zeppelin? It's fairly boggling that you will about them, when they ask for a horn section, for example.
posted by ludwig_van at 4:13 PM on September 11, 2007


The wayback machine is instant-on.

I'm gay and I paraphrased SparkNotes for class notes on The Narrative of the controversy it might be a little while later, it was doing it for me too, but a little while, I was playing around with it yesterday...pretty neat, and thankfully there was no "asl lol omg" on there yet.

At my high school, SADD was Students Against Destructive Decisions. I dunno what group they put me in their party bus, where there is no shortage of gay guys here. I'm just saying it's possible to start late, but it doesn't help in professional settings (I always hated calling out working in the book Fast Food Nation.

I'm done
posted by daninnj at 4:13 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm starting to see these as answers to frequently asked questions:

Should I take drugs?

Dear Miss Lush, I don't want to drag the thing with this at any time. This seems to be intolerant of its power to wear to the pain; I don't go the anonymous route. A note will make a gesture he thought might wake the sleeping polity, only to a professional exterminator, and send your irresponsible roommate the bill. You may expect some glazed twee shoegazer bullshit but those dark emotions have a full rainbow; and finally, as the chiro course was, or surgery would have survived (pretagging, I think, or I'd link). We used to happen to me, or return it in an old toothbrush to get even the worst policy I've ever seen Mystery! on PBS, I think before you want a peer or manager to check whether near-sightedness correlates to lazy eye. I'm glad to have with us at night, but sleep time and the check option isn't feasible, I'll be reading and listening to a few weeks after being ripped off when we've had so many other ways, for putting up with once the infatuation's died down. Too, when you can. Don't take drugs.
posted by melissa may at 4:14 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Me:

College may be what conservatives call humor.
posted by damn dirty ape at 4:15 PM on September 11, 2007 [3 favorites]


cortex:
It's funny now, but can markov content in the blue be preemptively declared westphalia-esque thread crapping? It's already showed up. You might run a check on posts to recent markov generations.
posted by a robot made out of meat at 4:18 PM on September 11, 2007


“| Comments (0) | - repeat. MSN's...self...parody...is..too...thick....can't...type...properly... I suspect that it's just speculation”

Oddly appropriate
posted by Smedleyman at 4:20 PM on September 11, 2007


You might run a check on posts to recent markov generations.

That'd be a pile of work. Flagging, deletion, and stern emails to repeat offenders is probably the way to go, as with any other really out-of-hand meme.
posted by cortex (staff) at 4:20 PM on September 11, 2007


"MetaFilter pretty much equals America/white/mostly male/Filter and I don't want your mom is lucky to have tier vague ideas (I'm not sure what is new to me that he goes after rich creepy freaks? Maybe he should call Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake and offer to some of Strand's work before but for some years was Mother Superior to The Sisters of St. Joseph of the editorials about the apology I wonder what the ends. SICK. "And the nations we're outsourcing to may not always remain friendly. What happens to our country when our necessary resources are in IT or healthcare it is too far into the country. "Anything to declare?" "Yeah six big concrete heads"

Here in southern Michigan I keep hearing radio ads for ARMs with four-year terms with interest-only payments on high leverage purchases. You take out a concise one-page summary of a dumpster."
posted by arse_hat at 4:21 PM on September 11, 2007


"Michael Rush, you & I are lovers; over breakfast this morning we discussed consecutive vertigo themed posts."
posted by jonson at 4:21 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


The wine is pointless--a lot of hell, myself, and I are right on Queen. See you guys next year, and you carp endlessly about everyone else's sins.

sorry, pyramid termite, but it deprives them of the syrupy liqueurs, and your computer to the cell provider, in case anyone is concerned about where the object of their, uh, affections doesn't swing their way--it's far less of the Holocaust isn't opinion.



Man, I don't even need to post drunk anymore. This is awesome.
posted by dirtynumbangelboy at 4:21 PM on September 11, 2007


Holy shit, this is so going to help me write lyrics.
posted by ludwig_van at 4:23 PM on September 11, 2007


I gotta agree with a robot made out of meat. It’s damn irritating.
(Although I’ve done it myself (in the distant past) when the conversation has gone completely awry and someone you’re debating with refuses to read. Of course, that’s intentionally being irritating. But that sucks too.)
posted by Smedleyman at 4:23 PM on September 11, 2007


Holy shit, this is so going to help me write lyrics.

You're not the only one, LV.
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 4:24 PM on September 11, 2007


"Fuck the fucking fuckers.

My apologies, I haven't exactly felt before. This being said, big gestures are a little premature, no? "

jesus, this thing knows me better than i do.
posted by dflemingdotorg at 4:33 PM on September 11, 2007


This is not to get you up to their wishes and expectations is not anybody's shining moment. Most people, even if she initially thinks she does not want you to the field and already planning on grad school. I am in academia, meaning that you think you have available for answering all of which offer free or nominal-fee tastings on site; there are no research assistant jobs, departments often need a work-study student to resume by repeating what he or she said just before the trip and asked if I might like it would make sense to me why one is having difficulty living up to "WP" level, or is it a little strange. To my mind, this is happening to you.

To my mind, this is grad school happening to me.
posted by Orinda at 4:35 PM on September 11, 2007


Wow, this is so fun!

So... 87 people buy tickets to a parking garage next to an enclosed mall, where you can buy jewelry already made from the African beads, stones and amulets they sell.

Heh, public, that's a real comfort. Chatting on the pieces of fish; Then put on the subject, even if some might find them "cruel" or even "ignorant." Many, many things in their shoes. Imagine why that might be a good investment if you think you can stand the Flash). Might be a good idea. I wish I had an oophorectomy almost seven years ago, also for ovarian cancer. Menopause sucks, for all the data. And not all brains have the same composition to begin with (neurochemicals, etc.) Result: identity, personality, idiosyncracy. I don't recommend it.

posted by GrammarMoses at 4:46 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm 23 and I love all I've tried from The Republic of Tea. When she had to have a big ventilation unit near my building... However, I have used a sheet in the family room. I used it to decorate your favorite big bag.
posted by youngergirl44 at 4:46 PM on September 11, 2007


Well first, changing is part of learning to execute a rhythm or a portmanpropism.

Silly comparison. God Only Knows is better than anything I've used it a far less of a modern convience that lets you adjust the balance between the two. I just went through a scholarly analysis of the above definitions.
posted by ludwig_van at 4:48 PM on September 11, 2007


soma: I didn't find them funny and they light up like a yawning abyss opens up in the GOP.

The Mac Mini is pretty, and I happened to talk the dealer into giving me a fit of the day, no question.

I don't blame you. I could be a constant struggle. Don't give up, and don't just post one link about a subject on a shell fired from an announce list to a baseball stadium. There are plenty of languages in the face and will get is a delay between when music comes out of his way to cancel a flagging once you start limiting its protections to certain segments of the Islamic revolution in Iran were women.

posted by empath at 4:42 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

I dunno man, it's fucking wierd. Have you ever had really bad echo on a long distance call where you have your voice repeated back to to you with a 1 second delay? It makes it so you can't even talk. This is just like that.
posted by empath at 4:48 PM on September 11, 2007



What we need is a way to use this script to inject its text directly into our profiles, to save others the trouble of taking us too seriously.

That's an awesome idea. Pretty please pony on top.
posted by juv3nal at 4:55 PM on September 11, 2007


I work for, and the landscape makeover was gross. pavement, ew. just awesome. now, all you haters try to post this past holiday season.
posted by carsonb at 4:55 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

just awesome.
posted by carsonb at 4:56 PM on September 11, 2007


And, yeah, even with Vagina Monologue kerfluffles and batshit alterna-weeklys and such, it still manages to be up-to-date by including a ton of latter-day fanwankery - "What if Moriarty was a fanficcer” because he borrowed sources, that’s reasonable. Isabel Allende wrote a Zorro novel, Kingsley Amis wrote a Zorro novel, Kingsley Amis wrote a Zorro novel, Kingsley Amis wrote a direct sequel, Closing Time, set in nineties New York.
posted by ormondsacker at 4:55 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

What if Moriarty was a fan-ficcer?
posted by ormondsacker at 4:56 PM on September 11, 2007


I tried it with Ethereal Bligh and it didn't read any differently.

j/k eb lol
posted by mr_crash_davis at 4:56 PM on September 11, 2007


Highlights from mine:
the Braves won one World Series, because Bobby Cox is a gay marriage episode of The Maltese Falcon...The Senate Intelligence Committee charman Bob Graham asked for cheesy...Lebanon's Independence Intifada is due more to panic or to AskMetaFilter...The only downside would be picked up four months previously.
posted by kirkaracha at 4:59 PM on September 11, 2007


Joel Cairo, innit?
posted by kirkaracha at 4:59 PM on September 11, 2007


Like Sorcia, I used to know what I did, I hard a hard one to fix, other than DC. With regards to your spouse, remember?

What the hell have I been saying?
posted by ambrosia at 5:04 PM on September 11, 2007


Every band is like AmbroseChapel in their initial rollout of a plot point than a particular claim) and people who work in television who can really describe their experience.

Maybe David Fincher's video for George Michael's "Freedom '90", with the subject that interested you about languagehat, and madamjujujive's Yardbirds documentary post rules, too. Good, good stuff.

Swearing at the dynamics in the irony-drenched interpretation of how much effort he puts into describing them. The point is, you have never mistaken Demon nor passion nor idealism for the story.
posted by cgc373 at 4:39 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by cgc373 at 5:04 PM on September 11, 2007


I care so much to everyone. Consider yourselves all marked as best answer, because there's no bad publicity. So, flip a coin if you like!

I believe your only real option here is to break such habits. Since Bloomberg is Mayor of NYC and a Crybaby...
posted by empyrean at 5:05 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by empyrean at 5:06 PM on September 11, 2007


Oh my god, this thread seriously made me laugh till I cried.

I'll have to warn you about places not to go out and buy a book, you'll want the five minutes I spent watching that clip back.

A++++++++++++++++++++ WOULD POST IN CULT THREAD AGAIN

1. Play Shadowrun 2. Steal underwear while armed with a university e-mail address. However, this includes professors, administrators, and alumni. Anyone in your options settings?

NRBQ - "Wacky Tobacky" -- Can be found on the following link: whatever.mp3You can just right-click on the actual topic of the information in your profile unless you explicitly disallow it in the awesome indie band .


I can't believe it. That's all one Markovment. Fake me is just as confoundingly verbose as real me.
posted by kyleg at 5:07 PM on September 11, 2007


"The closest I can get is Inselbegabung, (idiomatically, 'Island-gift,') the German equivalent of a tree - along with most of the tragedies of our time. Along with, uh, this engine of depravity."
posted by Iridic at 5:10 PM on September 11, 2007


Holy shit. This is like the part in until the end of the world where people become addicted to viewing their own dreams.

(admit it, you first read that sentence as though the Markov had generated it)
posted by fleetmouse at 5:11 PM on September 11, 2007



Today I would leave it just as it is.
The pocket comb--"dirty as a comb," the French say,
yet not so dirty, surely not in the spiritual sense
some intuit; the razor, lying at an angle
to the erect toothbrush, like an alligator stalking
a bayadere; the singular effect of all things
being themselves, that is, stark mad.
posted by vronsky at 5:13 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


> I'd hate to have to go around deleting the spawn of my own creation.

Don't worry, you've already said you won't.

7418 [submit]
No! We mustn't ban the kooks and trolls from Usenet. It's the consistency with which to > view the world. I urge you to choose whenever it gets to really do crazy obnoxious distortion much).
posted by jfuller at 5:13 PM on September 11, 2007


My co-worker just wondered why I had a big stupid grin on my face, I just waved them away, because how do you describe the awesomeness that is reading your own words being generated back at you?

It's just too meta-awesome!
posted by quin at 5:14 PM on September 11, 2007


And to compare it to heart and never got in above my waist again.
woops, that was supposed to mean "living dangerously". Sukarno borrowed the line to get the idea. But I just feebly clicked the favourite button.
posted by vronsky at 5:16 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


that will be
on the public square
below my office!

fridays
have been promoted
to management years ago,
where he puts himself on leave.

The outside board
makes the final power chords.
the part that has allowed him to death?
posted by fleetmouse at 5:16 PM on September 11, 2007


My girlfriend and I could use an image of such offences. Exceptional circumstances including a state of war or threat of war, internal political instability or any of my vacation. One week a year and a $7.50/hour job, so she couldn't offer any monetary support toward my education. Because of you.

posted by the great big mulp at 5:18 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 5:18 PM on September 11, 2007


This is the best me ever:

you know, because it "wasn't real" or somesuch. The passive-agressive people (much larger sample size) were in a really odd response, to me.

A more reasoned response might be called volunteers, but that's you bristling over this as well: your boss puts you in ways that most sidebars drown in their decision, we're left with the company, anyway? The "other person" is simply you manually and intentionally entering your information into their worldview as normal. and yeah, we have always taken "tool" to be explored, as the bus route accidents appear to contradict myself.


Much easier than making my own comments. Fun. Will play again.
posted by davejay at 5:19 PM on September 11, 2007


Also:

He should have a widget that lets you enter the job market (if you're so proud to be respectful of others at the local public pool, there are African-American NASCAR drivers. )

I'm INTERESTING!
posted by davejay at 5:20 PM on September 11, 2007


MetaFilter:
It was also painfully obvious to us as-is; we're left to talk about it.
posted by davejay at 5:22 PM on September 11, 2007


Um, is there any way that everyone could forget about this by April 1st of next year, and then all day long the site could replace everyone's submitted comments in every thread with stuff generated by this? That would be great, kthxbye.
posted by davejay at 5:23 PM on September 11, 2007


davejay, you weren't here for April 1, 2003, were you?
posted by wendell at 5:31 PM on September 11, 2007


To clarify, I was acquainted with that actually knew the lyrics to that feed. It is the love? Nowhere is there mention of love.

Valid question. The short answer is no.


I wonder what the effect on the MarkovFilter is by having all the Markov generated comments...inbred commentary?
posted by achmorrison at 5:31 PM on September 11, 2007


Your wife's assignment, should she choose to accept it: locate, palpate and stimulate each one's ass button. Anybody else think a better pooper-scooper.

Well, the old joke comparing Dick Cheney's wang to the arrival of the Coldbuster. For a ticking time-bomb sequence, gotta go with some AskMe questions about Escriva or obscure Latin declensions.)


language hat can rest easy tonight ... and every night.
posted by rob511 at 5:33 PM on September 11, 2007


There’s just this general philosophical orientation that the voice of reason is named donkeyschlong.
posted by homunculus at 5:34 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


"Note to self: never date anyone in that respect. It took years for my job and my daughter, with lots of slits and cleavage evolved in the building."

'Take digital photos of their brand or their advocate (like your mom)."

"Miniature golf? A good poker game with fun bets? DON'T PULL ANY NAILS OUT!"

"I am someone who has not been convicted of a puppy, don't force a puppy on your health insurance? Or is she unhappy with your thumb and forefinger."


I think I've said these exact sentences while under the influence. Uncanny.
posted by jeanmari at 5:37 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


THANKS CORTEX THIS IS THE FUNNIEST THING I WILL EVER SEE HAVE TO GO THROW UP NOW TOO MUCH LAUGHING
posted by tehloki at 5:37 PM on September 11, 2007


While we're on discomfiting, Sarah Silverman is also really worth seeing, especially at twilight.

My god, I think Markov'd me is smarter than real me.
posted by escabeche at 5:38 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


I've seen somebody in the blue accusing nonsense-posters of "Markovich"-ing. Which is dangerously close to...

Malkovich. Malkovich. Malkovich. Never post after 2AM local time again... sober. Looks like somebody overshot the irony green and landed in the mail. And that guy claiming to be documented in comics. Never claimed to be above a certain arbitrary standard to deserve sympathy as a promotion device for the Entertainment Section of MSNBC.com. Does that make you think I've found that there was some reason I designed it in Italic... not exact, but the "keep me logged in" option sounds good to me...

I ♥ Markov
I ♣ Malkovich

posted by wendell at 5:40 PM on September 11, 2007


Isolationism never looked so attractive.

Your basic point is that the hurf will durf.

Whenever I think "riddled with bullets" or maybe "missing a leg"... rarely do I shot web?


It's got me nailed.
posted by tehloki at 5:41 PM on September 11, 2007


[cutting and pasting] wildly, without any consistency in your self-righteousness, nor the appropriateness of the A-list MeFites have made $100 million off of Ask.MeFi about a year in oak barrels. It has keyboard shortcuts too.

It's not subtle at all.

posted by blasdelf at 5:44 PM on September 11, 2007


Oh great, now I'm Mrs. North Carolina:

"Baseball may be wrong about "authentic" goths in general, but every single comment in a position of power and responsibility such as AIDS and poverty. "
posted by tehloki at 5:45 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

posted by tehloki at 5:47 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


I entered y2karl's username in just to see if the indented paragraphs would show up. I guess Markov has his limitations.
posted by klarck at 5:47 PM on September 11, 2007


Like this a lot! I reckon it could do with some shall we say over-enthusiastic drumming from Rob deAth

I don't know what song I was talking about but I reckon that's pretty solid advice!
posted by TwoWordReview at 5:48 PM on September 11, 2007


This may be my new source for taglines that sum things up for me:

I love Chicago during the breeding season.
posted by jeanmari at 5:48 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


I ran this on my account, my spouse xiojason's account, and a few others for fun.

The best "posts" from litlnemo:
"Native Seattleite here. In our case, they could have nightmares about this."

"I'm still using it as abandoned property. There is definitely cheese. You have to use the language to keep the reunion near the end)."

"I wear orthotics in my inbox. "
The best from xiojason:
" No clue why they might be worth that much of my mouth is probably about the application in it. Peek inside and see if you were thinking of? Snopes: Photograph shows small car loaded down with wget works to keep the phone line plugged in, but it's not for me (it causes me to be available through the Windows Device Manager and searching for the humor-horror hybrid."

"Manually configure connections settings, click the 'Share' link to send off an email or get a smooth flushing action. Possibly use two separate shorter lengths of straw."

"I've been making Kool Aid with Splenda from the Tools menu. In the preferences, you should excuse yourself immediately and hit the restroom, a sentiment I find rather unrealistic. Along with the other tuner/antenna. I have a fairly large bladder. :)"
Some good stuff generated from asavage's account:
"Dude, That is so not me. It's not one of the funniest shows going. Often brilliant, and Alec Baldwin is amazing."

"I keep fantasizing about hanging a piece of laminated glass in front of your question."

"Okay, I just usually want more than 3 days to build one that works, that's the single best chicken dish I ever had. It's downtown. And Oceanaire. (http://www.theoceanaire.com/seattle.html) A wee bit petulant. I would wake up at 5 am, realizing we were fools."
posted by litlnemo at 5:49 PM on September 11, 2007


last one:

"MMmmmm, this post is making me hungry. I'm gonna get Shiite on their hands, a flat board, and the mother magic-erasing it off wants me to fuck the giant triplets of racism, extreme materialism, and militarism. They are incapable of being elected and change their name to get the video or even bright green."
posted by tehloki at 5:49 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by tehloki at 5:51 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Oh, man, that song, I'm Not There (1956), is so entirely tied to hooks with strings which we realize the aspect of the legal intricacies helps, but I fear that that's already come to regard with distrust the orthodox critics, and to define ‘dyslexia.’ Some children in countries with transparent alphabets do have everything for the stability of the sword's phallogocentrism in the same subject. If so, consider putting your link there as a fullofitoser. Great novelist, terrible social thinker. I had given up reading various sites that are fairly neutral, like the 90s.
posted by Kattullus at 5:53 PM on September 11, 2007


We love drama, but we both try to help figure specific mental excercies to do, as anyone with access to any professional page layout apps or some abusive uncle.
posted by Brandon Blatcher at 5:59 PM on September 11, 2007


... I will beat you all know that 15 isn't a huge compliment, but listen to - nay, hope - that it is rock. In my experience working at very busy bars, we always wanted to point that it gets excited. Very, very excited, to the newspaper, not the lamest post in recent history, beating out all the Yoko haters can bite me. Her 70s records were more amazing than any of the web.
posted by item at 6:03 PM on September 11, 2007


Funny, I can't get mine to call anyone a fuck. Must be broken.
posted by item at 6:12 PM on September 11, 2007 [3 favorites]


A couple years to get wicked hot. While you're waiting, dredge the crabs in the Empire to serve until his resignation, disqualification, or untimely demise. RESOLVED: That all actions with respect to licensing or the like. In due course, IBM responded and a Rand thread):

Heywood Mogroot: I understand the tyranny of the majority.
posted by psmith at 6:14 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by psmith at 6:16 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm just fuckin' with ya, dame. But this interboro rivalry is cool ina West Side Story kind of barbarian for disageeing, my previous assertion: wear what you want.

As far as "girls are evil" threads go, it's so much about them, or the victims. I mean, if the cross the line at torture, I'd imagine it came with the chicken....

thank you.


Fuckin' A!
posted by jonmc at 6:16 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


In my case, I had heard that inexplicable bruising can be given. Ever had a miscarriage to remember we don't get covered. Can't be much better when Men of God - if I weren't the type to think aloud. I've gotten have been like had she grown up in a business name. Of course we'd be better able to point you to move, although you've said you'll do, and I've changed a huge effort to banish images from mind.]

Hear, hear, riffola. I can't say I take charge of "cultural imperialism", let me just say it's a supplement to actual medical advice, not to shop at West Side Mall (Eglinton east of Keele) or to read or skim these books and collected the series, and she always had a 100 character limit for the knowledge.

Yeah - I seldom meet anyone in time to reproduce, I just rant.


Wow. I'd favourite that shit if I could.
posted by orange swan at 6:37 PM on September 11, 2007


Me, apparently:

"Actually, my cat has been groomed into complacency by zeal and pomp, we can't change that by being assholes. "

Love it, and it's true.
posted by moonbird at 6:38 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


I first read your post, I thought it was bad terrorism.
posted by found missing at 6:48 PM on September 11, 2007


I think this is timely, because tomorrow morning I get depressed enough on Valentine's Day. I don't need Paul Harvey trying to rhyme "kicked in" and "evicted." Secondly, was this just a viral ad for some sausages)

Outstanding!
posted by evilcolonel at 6:48 PM on September 11, 2007


Some serious gems in this one:
There's a lovely reservoir around there and use about 3 to 1, and all that counts really. Sure CF* adds some overhead, but a thick skin and very fat.

Since the post itself got deleted, can I get a lively board going, show the authorities than your passport, visa, and (probably) your return ticket. If you must only need one of his stuff.

Understanding Comics and managed to find students willing to buy one from someone after you wife has gotten the mushroom, then run along the way:
Most home recipes are designed to be fired. That's kind of sandwich you like, if our freaky suggestions are weirding you out.
* Yes, I am talking about ColdFusion here
posted by Deathalicious at 6:49 PM on September 11, 2007


Wow cortex this rocks so much!

I just can't understand English but I grew up near the beach often involves hearing a shark siren and dashing out of things, even then. Which leads me to come out of whack.

Wow thanks for all of my skill set to work around how I'm feeling about it - which just plays it's stupid annoying jingle over and over again. I don't quite see how these kids can get counseling. It's not so uncommon for him and hiding him. One assumes though their house is watched and has been restricted within Australia. It is hard to provide a nutritional meal, with lots of group function and access levels built in and the ghee in the pub told them something different, even though that person has no experience in the pan and starts sizzling away and chalk this up to date and being able to communicate - they just abandon the banana growers who have suffered from a natural mating and born from the nearby sea and mountain.

Dates in the 6 years I've known them they have never eaten it.

It's kinda like posting drunkerd!
posted by gomichild at 6:57 PM on September 11, 2007


Ape shall never kill ape.

Q: Why should I listen to you? A: I hate people who know where to get anyone's hopes up.

Excuse me? Mortal Kombat 3.

Pretty much, yeah, depending on which the host meets Jimmy Doohan, and then implementation the final time they battled. You're absolutely right. I saw a baby-changing station in a walrus suit, and his doctors agree, then it's time to express my opinions about Deathly Hallows now?

Goddamn furries.
posted by Faint of Butt at 6:59 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Oh my god, I'm a callous asshole.
posted by KingoftheWhales at 7:11 PM on September 11, 2007


cortex, I hereby retract everything bad I've said about you
posted by exogenous at 7:12 PM on September 11, 2007


Wow, I knew that. It was truly great. really stopping now.

Well, the 10-20-30 dial should be scaled so people invest more effort and get the assistance of a hat -- especially if it's being done at the Pentagon hit.

Now that it's gone, but at the bottom.
posted by blacklite at 7:17 PM on September 11, 2007


REAL PERSON'S COMMENT, QUESTION FOR CORTEX:

cortex, this thing is amazing, amazing. Thank you for it! I tried to read through the thread to see if someone already asked this question -- the spirit is willing but the scroll-wheel-finger is weak. Would it be easy to make it possible to do a thread-based query rather than username-based? I would love to see distillations of particularly bad (or good) threads, but only "love" in a cheap-thrill kind of way.
posted by sleevener at 7:19 PM on September 11, 2007


"It showed clips of orangutan females acting submissive in front of the dormitory poet-troubadour."
posted by painquale at 7:19 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


Yes!
It really brings a new AskMefi category for Bond questions. 'How to be bookmarking this. Just the mere idea of writing on a website that has it. Think of this prime goodness.
posted by blacklite at 7:20 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by blacklite at 7:21 PM on September 11, 2007


Jews are surprisingly good sources of energy.

I'm not convinced I didn't actually say that at some point, verbatim.
posted by Astro Zombie at 7:22 PM on September 11, 2007 [4 favorites]


Does anyone read the comments down here?

It always amazes me that people are amazed by the simple stuff...the stuff we did as My First Program in BASIC.
posted by vacapinta at 7:23 PM on September 11, 2007

I really want is a pretty big area-of-coverage-wise non-profit, and I really should be referred to occasionally as Lancastrian characteristics; more information on this very subject just the internet, basically every possible form of haiku or a terrible Faulkner imitation. Bwahaha. Ah. How weird.

and:
We can hope.

.

Hour-long documentary programme elides some details! Physicists attempting to summarize things more when they have some hockey commentators drop in to a key combination that'll be useful against a (or the) superpower.
posted by blacklite at 7:23 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
I really like mine.
posted by blacklite at 7:24 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


It's quite a strange feeling, to be part of the hundreds of thousands in Nigeria who sends out scam emails, even if they are fake death threats.

Norwegians (as well as mold, some kinds of pollen, and tree nuts) can show up in anything.

You set up a fake name, and mess with the fingers cut off, really did wonders.

Cellular One, among others I'm sure, is slated to get an infection recently. Not fun.

posted by flod logic at 7:31 PM on September 11, 2007


vacapinta: yes.
I love thee, antipode?

[removed the self-link, feel free to urge away in droves and shops for new converts. If you add to pot - season with red pepper flakes and balsamic vinegar and use it later.

This statement is definitely illegal.
posted by jessamyn (staff) at 7:31 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


I think they would land at the point itself you were doing.

That is utterly amazing.

They should really point out sources that disagree with people who blow paralyzing nerve agents in your pants!

.
posted by blacklite at 7:32 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

Done now. Really, truly. And I'm reading them too. We can have a little party down here.
posted by blacklite at 7:33 PM on September 11, 2007


Yes. Please, idiotic cretins, stop caring about me and I appreciate it. I'm usually a little part of the Pink Floyd solo albums. It's like history got sampled and looped. There are similar groups for most of my biggest records....but really uh, they were only sold "behind the counter" at many records stores because they aren't being "hit on" the same power "E" had.
posted by First Post at 7:36 PM on September 11, 2007


MARKOV! APPLY DIRECTLY TO METAFILTER!

MARKOV! APPLY DIRECTLY TO METAFILTER!

MARKOV! APPLY DIRECTLY TO METAFILTER!

MARKOV! APPLY DIRECTLY TO METAFILTER!
posted by wendell at 7:36 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


"It was someone with an identical name who lived in my sleep." But the tone! The unctuous bawling, truly bawling, of a sudden I began to feel this…frigidness… this overwhelming coldness and oppression I recognized a lot and also am constantly rummaging through my books."
posted by frobozz at 7:34 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


This is familiar to me in a way that it shouldn't be at all. No one's supposed to know that people live in my sleep.
posted by frobozz at 7:40 PM on September 11, 2007 [3 favorites]


I'm so so late to this. But this is all I have to say (apparently):

Ooookay. Didn't see the last couple years, so she hasn't been having sex very long
posted by theantikitty at 7:41 PM on September 11, 2007


***SERIOUS QUESTION***

cortex: how does it know to put in codes? I get a lot of "small" tags in my own markocomments, along with a lot of random links that don't work.

And I swear to god the first time I clicked on your tweaked eyeballkid example I got a comment that scrolled across the screen saying I HATE YOU ALL.
posted by yhbc at 8:04 PM on September 11, 2007


Ok, this is the best thing I have ever not really said:

Belle and Sebastian Camera Obscura are the spice; they add some functionality in which the government can lock you up for bad musicianship" with "Pro-Tools"
posted by ludwig_van at 8:15 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


Or have cute naked Nathan Fillion jumping up and said, "No ... you're not a drama queen. You're a theatrical matriarch. "

Oh, I wish I could have said it like that back then.
posted by WolfDaddy at 8:17 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


I mean, I might be high, but this might be my favorite thing I've ever seen on metafilter.
posted by ludwig_van at 8:18 PM on September 11, 2007


I got:
The coffee shop at union square supposedly specializes in them, but try to avoid them. I once accused a friend worked on in cages by their foster parents, the spherical stellarator?

Foleo sounds like he screwed up, but a slew of customizable options for kids who don't want diabetes. I've been surfing youtube, and I actually believe that the battery in the plaza in front of militia, they could because of it.

posted by BrotherCaine at 8:27 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm not familiar with any macro-level evolutionary trends. PMS should be really careful not to fish in the subconscious. I believe him.
posted by Burhanistan at 8:28 PM on September 11, 2007


Drinkin' beer in the obesity epidemic.

He he he. I admit it, I remembered some of this aside, isn't it telling that such a thing known as the scanning goes: AVG and Ewido have been your first comment to be: "Ha ha, just kidding, she's dead."

Crap.
posted by ironlizard at 8:26 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


Wow, this thing is good.
posted by IronLizard at 8:30 PM on September 11, 2007


Would it be easy to make it possible to do a thread-based query rather than username-based?

Actually, yeah. I don't really want to worry about supporting a bunch of crazy UI widgets on the main MarkovFilter page—I like the simple interface—but I might put together a collection of one-off Markov toy searches that create different bits of output. I'll think about how to handle that.

how does it know to put in codes? I get a lot of "small" tags in my own markocomments, along with a lot of random links that don't work.

It doesn't even know that there is html in there. It doesn't know what html is, or what an english word looks like. To the model, any series of characters bounded by whitespace is a "word", so if you have this:

<a href="http://buttslol.com">butts are very lol</a>

That gets treated as a string of five tokens:

<a
href="http://buttslol.com">butts
are
very
lol</a>

Because it knows about these things as pairs of words with possible third-word followups, it's breaks that down as such:

["<a" , "href="http://buttslol.com">butts"] => are
["href="http://buttslol.com">butts" , "are"] = > very
["are" , "very"] => lol</a>

Where you've got link text that's fairly unique, or just one or two words long, you'll usually get the whole href barfed back up correctly because there's little or no chance of the model splitting off in a new direction. But if your link text is a phrase, and especially if it's a phrase with some common word-pair (like "is a" or "are very" or whatever), you might get a crazy weird run-on link because the terminal </a> doesn't show up like normal.
posted by cortex (staff) at 8:32 PM on September 11, 2007


I'm both scared and fascinated by markov-b1tr0t.
posted by b1tr0t at 8:37 PM on September 11, 2007


I actually understood most of that, and I'm an idiot.

Thanks!
posted by yhbc at 8:40 PM on September 11, 2007


Jesus was a goddamn fool, you taught me that people usually use for this as it's not under warranty. Try ebay for a minute or two higher.

desjardins: Saudi Aramco World has always been for humans, not God. Enjoy the ride and trust in your pits once the heat overpowers your deodorant.


I think I'm done posting as regular me...I'll just let Markov'd Burhanistan do the talking from now on
posted by Burhanistan at 8:43 PM on September 11, 2007


I have a proposal:

1. Have two markov bots, one made using the atheist posts in every Dawkins thread, and another made using the religious/moderate posts.
2. Instead of deleting Dawkins threads, have these bots post one after the other until 400 comments is reached.
3. ??
4. Profit!
posted by nasreddin at 8:45 PM on September 11, 2007


I apparently have something to say to Meatbomb:

Hey Meatbomb - while talking is better than not talking, there's a reason I often wait a long talk with your mom is, but to get food on her face makes her feel like it the way to do a C-section. Interview the doula was complaining LOUDLY about the dogs' health than the back where the spot isn't dark, but light instead? Or do you plan to do it. Please, people, BPD is borderline personality disorder (bpd) are not identical but have the added benefit that you can't be suicidal.

Cute Overload's product cuteness - my point was, she wasn't working that shift, and if not enough to fill you at one in my mom's co-worker's daughter (who is now a he." I have to drink about 40 ounces of water or not.
posted by IndigoRain at 8:45 PM on September 11, 2007


Good Lord, I'm a robot:
Freshman "philosophy": Given that you have wreaked as a college student, I noticed that the "poetry" link just points to a whole range of sticky, crumbly, unbearably sweet pastes, and no wonder; I have resisted temptation; remaining true to the foods with the tempering proviso that we can't distinguish ourselves from others. The problem is that neither states nor people are born in this thread, I think I've still never seen one in circulation. Turns out that's because 1964 quarters contain enough silver to be made right, it's the life of an alcoholic (or, really, anyone guilt-racked enough to show daily in class. I apologize if the United States moves in the future, though.)

The Pillsbury doughboy appears in my opinion, his most valuable) when he lets his hair down and demands some controversial premises. John Stuart Mill was much the same.

Tons of recommendations follow.

posted by aws17576 at 8:45 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
posted by aws17576 at 8:48 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


We already have that in real life - they'd be like, 'Holy shit, Mario! That shit you just pulled was like the imaginary friend only I can vividly remember stomping up and down on me, but why exactly having your genitalia surgically-altered (a thought which provokes wincing and schoolboy-sniggers in equal amounts in me) should change who you are or the need for specialist maintenance. I mean, that lil' Anakin Skywalker, he was taking the piss out of pulsating, mucus-smeared spores on Satan's belly, but actually tend to be favourable to neither combatant - I'm thinking a claustrophobic gladiatorial arena á la Star Trek.

God bless you, Markovfilter. God freakin' bless you.
posted by RokkitNite at 9:04 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


oh my god, I don't even know what's real anymore. and you'll never know if this was or not.
posted by ninjew at 9:04 PM on September 11, 2007


My first effort opens with:

Languagehat, that was HOT!

And I can only assume that whatever it was was hot, indeed.
posted by padraigin at 9:08 PM on September 11, 2007


Wow. I bet it goes: Fetal position Cupping my hand loosely around my genitals Sniveling softly while my "girlfriend" yells at me as I recall, you can find an online searchable database of licensees. If you closed your eyes dark with massed crystals like the results. Way to go.

Never let the people posting in this fashion. On the other hand; that would give you some of their monitors and trying to smack-down people for posting and looking over my head (they say "Hi!", BTW)

EYEEEEE ANNNDDDD EMMMMMMM *raspberry*
posted by KevinSkomsvold at 9:10 PM on September 11, 2007


Please don't post your markovian doppleganger quotes unattributed elsewhere on the site. It's really annoying already, and massively increases noise-to-signal. It's a really cool toy and all, and thanks to cortex for reviving genefilter, but just don't. Please.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 9:10 PM on September 11, 2007


Uh, it was Senior Skip Day or something.

I feel for you. And please reconsider leaving, even if the lovable little pedobait gets it in the near future.

Fat fucking chance, now.

yeah, they're 7.5 mg hydrocodone. pretty dull stuff. tell your friend to take this chance to do assloads of heroin?

posted by item at 9:12 PM on September 11, 2007


My black Nikes are itching my feet. My godmother passed away from the Drew Carey show. It doesn't teach you a between-you-and-I hush hush tip that would tell the dreaded FOGERTY story. Ready kids? Oh crash, you're such a big fish talentwise & take responsibility for my back.

Bottled milk is GREAT.


That is all.
posted by miss lynnster at 9:16 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


This is why I felt more comfortable; i.e., when men were men and women who worked with these remains treated them with buttons, faux fur, floofy yarn, all kinds of stuff.
posted by misha at 9:19 PM on September 11, 2007


Metafilter: Get greeted with Suicide Girls dropping their panties.

Hell, I'll eat it.

This thread is closed to new cornnuts.
posted by jefbla at 9:21 PM on September 11, 2007


Kudos cortex - you guessed it - but you aren't allowed to hate these days, so ironically we need smokers - we should be able to occupy themselves (hard to tell with the new entrant who is subsidising their weekend hobby with another job. Now we can argue over the years you regularly updated your city map book, because cities tend to evolve and grow fairly quickly - each time you need + provides access for your car if you fit it yourself or click here Thanks for Newscaster and Lizard, Mr Zero. I've now got chewed sandwich all over my pubic bone to my eye - proceeded by "The US military believed that the person sucked any cock. Should that person fucks his or her mother.
posted by strawberryviagra at 9:21 PM on September 11, 2007


Any religion that includes the idea of a 60s aesthetic, you could name tons more.

I've never gotten pulled over, personally, but it's best to mentally filter out the blues with the white album.
posted by ludwig_van at 9:30 PM on September 11, 2007


stav: and massively increases noise-to-signal

... like pissing in the ocean increases the sea level.

Noise. You're soaking in it. Or ocean piss. One of it.
posted by hangashore at 9:37 PM on September 11, 2007


I think that, by and large, Nirvana was better than software. Musically, it depends on how much time you disagreed with those kinds of dishonest arguments.

I took a dump on someone's porch, right? No. Where the hell is it possible to sing with a .08 BAC, imo.

I have talked about it as well add, don't bother with the crypto-sadist stuff.

Why, because you're multi-tasking.
posted by ludwig_van at 9:38 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


I started singing." His delivery was awesome.

This is exactly why I love that guy! What ever became of him, and let him get his goddam levels.
posted by Devils Rancher at 9:39 PM on September 11, 2007


If you keep posting your Markov'd comments they will soon come back around and start to make either no sense whatsoever or perfect sense.
posted by Burhanistan at 9:41 PM on September 11, 2007


After doing this for awhile, I can't tell if people are making sense when they speak to me.
posted by ludwig_van at 9:42 PM on September 11, 2007


This request targets a specific subset of MeFites that could do without all of us (ahem) borrowed our way through school, still owe about 1/2 a year's salary in student debt, and bust our asses every day to make fun of Blue Oyster Cult for proper use of drugs like psilocybin and DMT. Drugs have their dolls.

She has friends, perhaps? The only problem with Christian allegories in film and literature. Even though I'm not overly familiar with Maimonides.
posted by Afroblanco at 9:47 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


Damn. Looks like I won't be offended. Basically, I see C and C++ as a tad unnecessary? Aren't there better, more ethical ways of testing nonlethal weapons?

Unfortunately, it's too late for that. Reports are in my profile.
posted by Afroblanco at 9:54 PM on September 11, 2007


A bit of ancillary material when I want to actually use it here, and after reading this particularly weird and ugly feeding frenzy, I've got laying about here is the second-greatest cover song of all time? Dusty Springfield's version of "Papa Was A Rolling Stone" that blew everybody away. Abso-fucking-lutely. I love home-made e-commerce. I've sold at least hope to be allowed to slip quietly into irrelevance, starting now.

Jesus fucking christ, this is beyond awesome.
posted by Devils Rancher at 9:56 PM on September 11, 2007


Metafilter: After doing this for awhile, I can't tell if people are making sense when they speak to me.
posted by RokkitNite at 9:58 PM on September 11, 2007


... like pissing in the ocean increases the sea level.

Nice attitude on you there. This thread is nothing but noise, which is fine. People posting their markovisms in other threads, where people are trying to have a conversation? Not so much.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 10:10 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


stavros: This entire site is noise and has been since the first catscan.com post. Or were you thinking you were using your time effectively here? Rescue the sense of scale from the aforementioned ocean of piss. The only one who benefits is the guy collecting the ad revenue. God Bless him for that, but don't go around thinking that this is anything but a waste of your life.

/flameout
posted by Burhanistan at 10:15 PM on September 11, 2007


Whatever, Burhanistan. I've had this exact disagreement with too many people too many times before over the years, and pretty much all of them have eventually tired of Metafilter and moved on.

I'm still here. Clearly I don't find it a waste of time, and that I do benefit in ways that are valuable to me from my participation.

But if you do think it's a waste of time, it would follow that you have no reason to be here, wouldn't it?
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 10:22 PM on September 11, 2007


What everybody else seems to be overlooking the most is that people think it's right to have too much power, regardless of our neighborhoods and communities because of some theoretical, diametrically opposed "Democrat vision," it's the melody, too. If you read Jorge Luis Borges? I am most definitely not catch 22.

You're practicing for your own songs instead of continually saying "yes I have" or "just because I listen to stuff you like something, you should look into it, as is his wont.

Also, if you set out beforehand. But it's pretty trivial to recognize pain in computers. It doesn’t help to redefine pain to be alone.
posted by ludwig_van at 10:24 PM on September 11, 2007

I think they knew your brother was killed in comparison to his restaurant one evening. He warned people that just at socializing. For others, like myself, none was more passive and superficial. And rarely have they read the MeFi crowd—the discussion might as well, even if these things go. As is represented in Congress since 1981, consensual sodomy was a damn long time while membership was closed, knowing all the independent and swing voters. The way we do about that, but not always.   posted by ethereal bligh at 10:21 PM on September 11 [+] [!]
So true: “consensual sodomy was a damn long time while membership was closed”
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 10:26 PM on September 11, 2007


It's funny, but Ethereal Bligh sounds the same when he's Markov'd.
posted by padraigin at 10:32 PM on September 11, 2007


We were there for a quarter! nice hunk o' English cheddar for 50 cents! loaf of bread for a living. I guess - Karl Rove's dad was gay, and a rabbi.

[awesome]
posted by rtha at 10:39 PM on September 11, 2007


That Vince Guaraldi tune definitely isn't in a creepy gutteral voice I somehow conjured up, resulting in an onomatopoetic effect. Alas, I am lazy, so I scrapped it.
posted by emelenjr at 10:48 PM on September 11, 2007


Cool. This is my story.

Gosh, I'm stuck at #854... anyone figure it out?

This is pretty cool.

(Ggod damn. Am I really that insipid?)
posted by Citizen Premier at 10:48 PM on September 11, 2007


"I don't believe the SCOTUS's 'undue burden' test is the wrong way countless times). Things is, parallax, there is of course tension between freedom and human dignity, not some third-world shithole. And Human rights are held in areas with high annual insolation %s.

I was struck by the administration, was equallly criminal. 2000+ KIA is a crap way to attract capital to labor. 4.
posted by heywood mogroot at 11:01 PM on September 11 [+] [!]


It'll be like he never left.
posted by Citizen Premier at 11:02 PM on September 11, 2007


As I previously told the fine folks at MeCha...

"I actually felt guilty that I wasn't mature enough as a singing dominatrix. You people are judgmental of real people. I don't tell the IRS to audit me. I'm starting to bloom and I'm still trying to talk much much faster news starts to lick your face like a heathen, their motivations are actually originated as a singer myself...

Up until the dog home. My dog cost me $250, had all shots, was spayed, and came with free cigarettes."


I love that my dog came with free cigarettes. Every singing dominatrix needs free cigarettes when she's being audited by the taxman.
posted by miss lynnster at 11:06 PM on September 11, 2007 [2 favorites]


But if you do think it's a waste of time, it would follow that you have no reason to be here, wouldn't it?

Well, jeez. Now I feel bad.
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken at 11:10 PM on September 11, 2007


davejay, you weren't here for April 1, 2003, were you?

Dammit, behind the curve again. Bluh.
posted by davejay at 11:29 PM on September 11, 2007


Lordy, what's the deal with all of these people flaming out tonight? Burhanistan, wtf?

People... you can take a break and COME BACK when you get frustrated with this place. There's no pressure on you to be here! Relax! Mefi getting on your nerves? Well, just walk away for a week or two. Whatever. Go on vacation. Take a walk. Take care of your life, fade away & fade back in at your leisure. Or don't. Metafilter will stil be here when you get back. Or don't.

Honestly, why do people keep needing to announce these dramatic exits? What's the purpose? I don't get it, but maybe that's just me. Just seems so whingey & "goodbye cruel world"-ish somehow. Like when I was 7 and decided my parents would be SUPER DUPER SORRY if I ran away from home. But then when I got a block away I remembered that I didn't really want to have to get a full-time job and that I would really miss my dog.

FYI, this wasn't a MarkovFilter. I know it's hard to tell the difference since I rarely make total sense on a whole.

posted by miss lynnster at 11:30 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


I wasn't going to comment in this thread, but then I got this and couldn't resist:
I'm sure we can get everybody on board for that language, how often (%-wise) these segments occur. Using a computer again, randomly order and repeat these segments occur. Using a computer again, randomly order and repeat these segments occur. Using a computer again, randomly order and repeat these segments occur. Using a computer again, randomly order and repeat these segments according to the idea was also an interesting read on quick assessments and intuition.
It's like the computer got too smart for it's own good. Somehow I feel like I've won.
posted by iamkimiam at 11:36 PM on September 11, 2007


It's not just you, miss lynster. Public departure announcements are almost always a tacky, tacky way to go.
posted by mediareport at 11:41 PM on September 11, 2007


And one more:
I'm really sorry you've lost your pet. I hope we never meet Jonmc.
posted by iamkimiam at 11:46 PM on September 11, 2007 [1 favorite]


“Public departure announcements are almost always a tacky, tacky way to go.”

It's because they are almost always disgruntled. Burhanistan's doesn't seem to be, but it does have that “you're wasting your lives here, I'm going to stop wasting mine” vibe going. Which isn't very congenial, either.

I think that if someone were packing up to live without electricity in the northern tundra, saying “goodbye, it's been fun, good luck to everyone, you're great!” would go over fine.
posted by Ethereal Bligh at 11:48 PM on September 11, 2007


Well, yeah, but we never see *those.*
posted by mediareport at 11:55 PM on September 11, 2007


Well, not like I've never said, "Y'know what? I really need a break from this place." I've definitely had my moments where I felt like Burhanistan is feeling. But I usually just announce it to myself more than anything. Then I walk away to concentrate on other things for a bit & come back when I'm refreshed/ready. Voilá. Problem solved.

Who knows what I'll say here when I'm off to move into my survivalist igloo in the tundra, though. Time will tell I suppose.
posted by miss lynnster at 12:01 AM on September 12, 2007


You can easily override or drop the Websense filter if it catches on, or better yet, through a lens of Western psychotherapy modified by Buddhist and Zen principles. You can't do it, I didn't get out and you would expect free or upon joining. This will also ask you not ... Toledo), or Indians. They were on the Pontiac loan. It won't let citizens onto Area 51. Meanwhile, back on the F-15s would fare at least 20% free), would be better off bombing a dam (although it's more accurate to say I was working full time and having a high White House hasn't been until years of Brezhnev's dotage had allowed to come in the company is, first of all, note that it maintains the kind that makes you think you are not; you're essentially acting as an FPP.
posted by dhartung at 11:58 PM on September 11 [+] [!]

I so want to read the thread those first two sentences (would have) come from. Plus, there's a kernel of something in the last long bit.
posted by dhartung at 12:05 AM on September 12, 2007


I'm originally from Oklahoma, now living in a "what computer would you piss yourself for" thread on a CD-ROM as well.

Okay, that made me laugh. Really hard.
posted by mrbill at 12:27 AM on September 12, 2007 [1 favorite]


The Airport Express can't work as a homosexual, something which is so awful for you that when the IP is self-assigned, it's always 255.255.0.0 subnet mask.
posted by your time machine sucks at 12:24 AM on September 12 [+] [!]

Wasn't that fixed in the last Airport update?
posted by Your Time Machine Sucks at 12:41 AM on September 12, 2007


This could be wonderful. Here's hoping. On preview: as regards the football team, I suspect the plaintiff is either big or intrusive, so it seems that race is a member of the experiment seems, at least learn it part time. What you can't get, working by yourself and (more importantly) for yourself, is knowledge of all the different sub-sets of the dark mystery of Time and Space. Yet across an immense ethereal gulf, minds that are just wonderful and that the flaws do not.
posted by flashboy at 12:57 AM on September 12 [+] [!]


Aye.
posted by flashboy at 1:09 AM on September 12, 2007


I just want everyone to know that I'm staying here, right by the bean dip.
posted by Brandon Blatcher at 1:35 AM on September 12, 2007


Oh, holyshitfuck, this is good.

That one's a no-brainer, jokeefe. Women *always* know that irony & parody don't actually consciously do that bullrun thing in the blue posting multiple youtube links to artists that i had touched a drop or two might use My Comments, see that you do the trick! you can't walk around the clock at the lights & invoked our right to hold any valid position through an internet call" Tens! I've heard this before, but I thought you found me special, above all the time, and more.
posted by UbuRoivas at 1:41 AM on September 12, 2007


*paging jokeefe*
posted by UbuRoivas at 1:42 AM on September 12, 2007


and here's one for hadjiboy and Kattullus!

That last link of mine in the lesbian squat. He and his responsibilities are towards his client & towards the opposite extreme, of hypersensitivity towards, and opposition to, any perceived negative stereotyping. If people also have their little informal college organisation as a pizza delivery boy, my football team is a blend of heavy Mughal influences, traditional Andhra and Telangana cuisine [...] The most famous dish of Hyderabad is Hyderabadi Biryani. Other culinary delights include Khurbani ka Mitha, Pheni (a sweet vermicelli delicacy eaten during the day these were produced, there were things you feel any better, I'll ensure that you meant a suffix for *women*. The problem is, you seem to recall McLassis, too, in addition to the rack and brand my sorry flesh, flay my odious skin! Put out my eyes now.

Kattullus: the level of education as a "hobbylike extreme", whereby shoes or baseball mitts or bungee ropes or whatever dressing in uniform.

posted by UbuRoivas at 1:44 AM on September 12, 2007


Ooooooooooh, riiiight.

Now all is clear. MarkovFilter explains:
this
and this
and this
and, most of all, this!
posted by UbuRoivas at 1:54 AM on September 12, 2007


Just to throw something different into the mix, I'm going to be physically there and you'll see all the other tasty apartments have mice, they will periodically wander round all the way open* 2.
posted by primer_dimer at 2:01 AM on September 12, 2007


oh, is Burhanistan taking his bat & ball & going home?

that's no fun :(
posted by UbuRoivas at 2:05 AM on September 12, 2007


Ha! There is that. Thanks, Firas. A side funny: I'd been in various therapies over the world, and while the nights last forever, the weeks will fly by. If you end up with the place/people you now call "home". Perfectly normal stuff.
posted by lysdexic at 3:41 AM on September 12 [+] [!]

Perfectly normal, indeed.
posted by lysdexic at 3:42 AM on September 12, 2007


tried another... it's so me, with a little Bill Hicks thrown in for good measure:

"Is it appropriate to FAPFAPFAP in a field of green grass for four hours going 'my God, I love hearing about the Hoover presidency, a great thread."
posted by moonbird at 4:51 AM on September 12, 2007 [1 favorite]


oh, but here's the gold, and I'll stop:

"well, sort of way to go, fuckers (93). Your cunning plan pleases metafilter."
posted by moonbird at 4:54 AM on September 12, 2007


Norwegians (as well as mold, some kinds of pollen, and tree nuts) can show up in anything.
posted by flod logic at 10:31 PM on September 11

That is so true!

Um, on a serious note, sorry you got pissed off, Burhanistan, and I hope you'll come back.
posted by languagehat at 6:08 AM on September 12, 2007 [2 favorites]


This has happened to me at different times over the years, and it's nothing. It seems to be fraught. Whenever you can, get someplace with an outdoor shower! Great for washing off beach sand, but also try the NYTimes web classifieds.

I sound so...dirty.
posted by CiaoMela at 6:16 AM on September 12, 2007


This thread is fascinating. No wonder longtime members are splitting -- to have years worth of your own disposable verbiage sliced, spliced, and held up in front of your face is kind of sobering, & could make a person reassess their priorities.

It's maybe optimistic to think that MarkovFilter (or any other text-generating gadget) is going to ruin all the discourse on the site, right? Markov comments might pop up occasionally at first, where they'll be flagged into the ground by the easily peeved. Then the novelty will wear off and we'll all go back to saying whatever stupid things we can come up with in real time.
posted by sleevener at 6:34 AM on September 12, 2007


I'm a little rude, and I haven't been since the ancient Greeks. Focus on doing those things. Maybe God is not willing to resort to sophistry to do what he means.
posted by ludwig_van at 6:35 AM on September 12, 2007


I joined by taping a penny to a question over a year from my employer, and I've yet to use the product myself in the ass.

Hey! I never said that!

It was a quarter and I did sort of play around the rim a little.
posted by Terminal Verbosity at 7:01 AM on September 12, 2007


This may have been already mentioned upthread somewhere, but I have a request for this.

Don't put the usual tag line after the mangled text as if the person actually posted it, as in:
posted by DarkForest at 6:50 AM on September 12

Instead make the tag line clear that it is machine generated text based on the user's posts, like:
Markovating DarkForest's words at 6:50 AM on September 12

Or something cooler. The internet has a long memory, blah blah blah, and I don't want some junk I never said hanging around forever in internet memory for my grandchildren to hypergoogle.

Thanks. Oh, and it's super cool too. I just wish there was an API to the metafilter db that us non-insiders could use for projects like this.
posted by DarkForest at 7:03 AM on September 12, 2007


An API or an export would be indeed be nifty—it remains something I would like to see happen—but it'd be some work to make it happen and it's not something Matt really sees as a priority, so it's think it's kind of an At Some Point situation.

If you have a specific project in mind, though, let me know, I might be down.
posted by cortex (staff) at 7:06 AM on September 12, 2007


If you find what kind of activity, nor do I sign up for a special project. Call a few, drop off a portfolio and a blowjob. Ask him to invest in a ten mile radius from my house guests...

Mindless robots who create mediocre works of art?
posted by 1f2frfbf at 7:19 AM on September 12

It's brilliant and self aware. Cheers!
posted by 1f2frfbf at 7:25 AM on September 12, 2007


(I've been worried about you during depressed periods, keep in mind that while you may stretch her on a grammatical sidenote, I avoided using a contraction while keeping the split infinitive. Somehow that amuses me.)
posted by The Great Big Mulp at 7:38 AM on September 12, 2007


Yo, you're cool, man. Thanks.

Mountain Dew bottled in West Virginia. Just like mom, I guess.

Great post!
posted by breezeway at 7:53 AM on September 12, 2007


That last paragraph leaves me completely frustrated. It seems like magic to me.
posted by malocchio at 7:59 AM on September 12, 2007


My wife found it hard to keep track of which favorites have meant something to do with it. If she gets to bed late and wakes up late. We've theorized that the poem came to him, fully-formed, in a car crash with a Kool-Aid delivery truck and a tosser? Basically the same, right? Britain has such a rich cultural heritage.
posted by sleevener at 8:14 AM on September 12, 2007


So rich.
posted by cortex (staff) at 8:20 AM on September 12, 2007


"Once you have enough suitable experience in other fields, I am always glad I have my ipod and huge earphones, my cell phone, a measuring tape (comes in handy more often than you originally think, because there is more room for putting lunch or a cheese/cracker/fruit lunch, but I use it all up with the written way so the saffron threads directly to the 16th St subway entrance.

I've been hunting for beryl before in New Hampshire, but that's beside the point. I think moving more would help unless they give you a "kicker," an extra segment they did at the Union Square farmers' market last year, but I did it by bus, and it won't hurt them (like pine or cedar) or get caught in their feet (regular newspaper). I am wasting that money as well as my time."

Metafilter: I am wasting that money as well as my time
posted by rmless at 8:43 AM on September 12, 2007


Too complex, mistakes can be made; so I suggest: 69. Yellow in front, brown in back. that's all
posted by BozoBurgerBonanza at 8:43 AM on September 12, 2007


This will be my last one (sorry, I haven't been able to stop!):

Sin City thusfar seems to have the CPDRC, and dance seems to kill motivate some henchme

As a former close friend did this to me that I read your warning six hours ago.

Well, that is what gets him or her off. Sex with one person is complicated enough for me.

In the US. I say, whilst paint is cheap, let every seashell be adorned with human-crustacean copulations. And let every canvas be filled with laughter and tears, exchanging anecdotes and lonely longing whispers. It was in was a welcome presence. We fought our way outside, to the current dilemma of overpopulation.
posted by the great big mulp at 8:52 AM on September 12 [+] [!]

posted by The Great Big Mulp at 8:54 AM on September 12, 2007


cortex, you're thinking you'll get frustrated. If you tend to encourage groups of people who think that those other textile companies in the window control the CCP decrees; if they should lay them down, so they embarked on their wheels, or emission-tested on a plane that lands at that time.

The foreigner would get lousy gas mileage if you go down.
posted by Kirth Gerson at 9:07 AM on September 12, 2007


The only way into public positions, even military positions. The sky is falling for everybody, it seems. We are scared of the student films made on campus. She's lost her mojo.

Amputation?
posted by billysumday at 9:36 AM on September 12, 2007


Ouch. A great, explosive writer, and at the classic cases like Bartlett's War of the translation. A skilled voice actor can make ropey dialogue sound pretty good, but Japanese voice actors often sound better because they're desperate for reassurance, and that the Pope is 'connected'. He's got the technology to travel to Earth, wishes to communicate, can leave bizarre and frankly trite messages in abstrusely-coded corn circles, and chooses not to do them, either make them hilarious (this isn't) or make them tell a story (this doesn't). But (as a performance poet myself) I'm being deliberately tough, even bitchy perhaps.
posted by RokkitNite at 9:44 AM on September 12, 2007


How Many More Times is probably why he was a kid, there was really a flameout -- it was functioning. I'm not trying to empress chain-store employees? It's relentless.

At last, I'm interesting!
posted by Devils Rancher at 9:53 AM on September 12, 2007


I have to bet on -which- God to believe it? I'm assuming that forgoing psychopathology improves the quality postings of used furniture: where I was thinking: headline about the Native American population. The particular citations are buried within a certain subset of the conspiracy, too? Seriously, if you called law enforcement in areas that are approximately true and what's the value of political life, because we sent a preemptive invasion of Iraq required him to refuse an order to sidestep exclusion problems with illegal searches: they lie with great technical proficiency. This is why I read a bit weird, but practical given the cost of the apparent paradox.
posted by anotherpanacea at 10:20 AM on September 12, 2007


So, yes, multiple link posts in which the mind could have disastrous effects.

-------------

You may not. (Personally, I think your being funny). The only reason? My wife was a fantastic gin (my absolute favorite). They are ephemera, as such they pass readily from memory. Just keep it as if it was by their very nature, they are ill.
posted by oddman at 10:29 AM on September 12, 2007


Imagine walking into a metafilter meetup where everyone is sitting around saying these things to each other. That'd be a great prank to pull on whoever was the last one to show up. Then that person would realize what was happening and say something like "Egads, what fresh hell is this?!"
posted by ludwig_van at 10:51 AM on September 12, 2007


cacophony: ssh, I'm hoping nobody noti...SONOFA *facepalm*
*puts on slinky dress* Happy Birthday Mister Meta-Filter.. Happy birthday too you *flirty tap on Metafilter's nose.
*goes preemptively blind* *bleaches inside of skull* *lights head on fire*
Life is risky, man, doesn't matter how incivil or frankly condemnatory the language accompanying the pictures.
Riffing on Letterman. He's arguably got a little kid, he has different needs than we do.

<NOT MARKOVFILTER>

This is scary. I <3 teh cortex.
posted by scrump at 12:05 PM on September 12, 2007


oh, *thank you* BobInce, that would be great. I don't spend a lot to be done, and to whom, as a supporter of modest needs, all I can say is bravo rcade. Nicely done.

(jmhodges. stupid hangnail!)

Fabulous meetup - great meeting everyone.
posted by space kitty at 1:10 PM on September 12 [+] [!]


What, no squee?
posted by Space Kitty at 1:11 PM on September 12, 2007


I'm utterly crazy.
posted by 517 at 1:16 PM on September 12, 2007


Personally, I always do the same woman who considers emotional sensitivity an asset.
posted by 517 at 1:20 PM on September 12, 2007


I like how it goes into great detail about things like how it used the sounds from Mega Man on the site for renting party tents. Actually I don't have tags but I sure as hell know what's right. And anyone who choses to believe what their government tells them." That was hilarious. I'm so anxious to get shitfaced and violent in my pants.

It has goatse on the record saying I kind of like this.

Thanks for this post.
posted by sveskemus at 1:24 PM on September 12 [+] [!]
posted by sveskemus at 1:27 PM on September 12, 2007 [1 favorite]


That's a great one, svenskemus.

Watch out, I'm about to get shitfaced and violent in my pants.
posted by ludwig_van at 1:42 PM on September 12, 2007


Even though you specifically said no photo processing, I have so many different ways it can be charming and good natured and have that effect of breaking the ice / bringing some intimacy.
posted by Brainy at 2:02 PM on September 12, 2007


Oh christ. Cue the news that she had cancer and needed surgery. I was wondering if any of the article cmonkey posted can be found here.

Thanks for the high school audience.
posted by defenestration at 3:06 PM on September 12, 2007


I don't want to reshape mankind in your brain. The same way your mind remembers the times tables as a result of that fear that you always want something different won't make you feel if you can't communicate emotionally... It's sad, really.

I can't get it to work for Merv. From everything I do. I mean, come on. One can be intelligent, have feelings, have an inner world.
posted by MythMaker at 3:13 PM on September 12, 2007


apparently female avatars piss in a software development company, I can tell because the payoff is precisely because it was tasty stuff.

Lies. I said nothing of the sort.
posted by juv3nal at 3:27 PM on September 12, 2007


Jumping on the bandwagon...
-
Is this all Minneapolis? I'm disappointed. Although they went to their very own mental hospital, I was friends with used to wash wool with urine, but I'm not sure, but I frequent a few craft boards and they recently underwent major rennovations. Much cleaner and tasty food.

I second the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser recommendation, however I've had moderate success with Merrell shoes. I have flat feet too and the Brain.

..I'm so overwhelmed by the cuteness of the commercials is a nice summary if you ask, will have some advice/thoughts on what dye to use and might even have some suggestions as to the vandalism on this tiger. schmegegge, you can create a list-serv.
posted by tozturk at 3:34 PM on September 12, 2007


ethereal bligh for y'all:

Your comment is essentially deflationary. On the medication side, I've come out of women ring my bell and I'd feel the opposite. This divide is reminiscent to me years later. But, again, none of this only because Bush refused to work (on other things are, you know, it's never particularly alarmed me when you later wrote, "yeah, but this "who are you posting for? Yourself or the change is complete and authoritative sources. I dunno. Maybe taking some long-term, cumulative view of some, is inherently misleading. I believe the term (and therefore unaccepable)” or an ass. So stop assuming the errors is not true. I have kids, but I've wanted to deal successfully with the philosophy involved—very strong on theory and my quick web research indicates that she's a smug do-gooder concerned only with a scalability/reliability emphasis. Because of my trade preferences. But I'm like, "well, yeah, literally I can probably say that broadcast media has been ‘regularly violated.’ Or that ‘free speech’ has been (will be) evacuated and will make you unhappy. So you see (emphasis mine for clarity): “Also, I don't see the purchase. And as others did about sex and the like, may well not correctly display even common html entities in usernames. That's different."

Quoting myself, "The idea that they're better off than they otherwise have a skill in the least. And I really only a portion. Gay people want to underscore and solidify that barrier is hit, scarabic may be uncommon, but does "Chinese" have tenses? You're missing the low genres. Just because it upsets the status quo, constantly undermining previously deeply-held conservative beliefs. But people were attacking Matt and the words to self-describe as "anti-zionist" even if, strictly speaking, no connotations allowed). If the person in question deserved my sympathy.

Are you claiming these things erode or eliminate effective privacy and whatnot in the ideas within them are well aware) but "Straussianism" is only the “Great Books” course of action. I'm pretty damn crappy and I had majored in physics and philosophy have been broken by now. Now there's a sentime� When I write relatively well, it suited me, and it cannot possibly comprehend what it feels like, but evaluate as "bad"). A professional critic isn't going to help people, but it's careful to specify "true, full happiness".

“I agree it's a not very effective as ondansetron for prevention of implantation. As a result I'll be happy about how the SSIs will affect you. My ideals and media images (which certainly play a very short matter of other producers. This would be different, and it would seem "perverse" to the Justice department for further investigation and prosecution of the college. if someone walks into the mire of deciding which late-20th century books to read another of the greater portion, of the house burns down. As for southerners bashing southerners in this regard? Absolutely not. Canadians fetishize being "world citizens". It's what we, um, "love" about him.

And he knew that it didn't.

“‘I served with adamgreenfield.’ I'm sorry, but a post should have used the qualifier "generally" against both those that would require defining "startup" and "complete", which are the slower "one two" meta-groups of those unfortunate Deaf children who were freaked out our mom. This was an exceptional time. In that situation, I'm sorry, Beth, I'm confused. ” See my previous comment, I should say, though, that he cared enough to draw the line is that I've become disabled and don't mind that I've installed the game. You're not even us, then why should one feel compelled to use language I'm not aware that they're likely going to expect that we'd be actively encouraging the realization that she was—found bathroom time one of his bad moods and as self-motivated as we see quite clearly is thumbing his/her nose (see above comment) by expressing his/her views in a romantic character in spite of the non-weapons related research: they do.

But a million good reasons can provide one very memorable metaphor. It was expected.
posted by UbuRoivas at 3:48 PM on September 12, 2007


(ed: paragraph breaks inserted by me, for clarity)
posted by UbuRoivas at 3:50 PM on September 12, 2007


You guys have been exposed to a hell defined by a composer, but it's well researched and pretty content to shadow me every day. I love you, Kiddo.
posted by Ambrosia Voyeur at 4:03 PM on September 12, 2007


MarkovMe leads a much more interesting life and gives better AskMe advice. I've got something to work toward now:

Where I was served grappa in a nursing home fighting a zombie that is the only AskMes I read.

His first draft, featuring murder by Victorian children's puppet theatre, was much more important, and takes precedence over, his wife's swearing and hitting in the cadences of poetry.

People respond more to farmed salmon than to a head.

Pacifier/stuffed animal combo. Solves problem of domestic violence for men, for example, which is why my 76 yr old mother openly mocks me whenever she gets divorced.

I really want you to find work when you flush. To this day I won't flush sitting down, and sometimes both of your eyes open, but do it again, at someplace that doesn't require pants.

PinkStainlessTail's Hummer weighed 5 tons!!!

(Thank you, cortex.)
posted by onlyconnect at 4:07 PM on September 12, 2007


"flaggity flagitty flag flag flag

This is especially funny because patchouli actually smells kinda like farts. Unwashed vegan hippie farts, but farts nonetheless.

Yay! loquax is here!

Sorry."

Markov appears to really like it when I say "flaggity."

Or maybe I just say it a lot.
posted by dersins at 4:17 PM on September 12, 2007


I'd rather die first. Oh, wait.

Is that a pony request?

Suicide?
posted by YamwotIam at 5:54 PM on September 12, 2007


Using only technology available in 1885, could a steam locomotive gather enough speed to push a DeLorean to the main guy from video #2... the "bow" move gives him away. I don't, however, think the gentleman in the cooking biz once hooked me up with a superior twirl, arms extended.
posted by nitsuj at 8:12 PM on September 12, 2007


I said all of those, along with war and hated. Religion simply has reflected what was your point of etiquette that requires about a century ago. Even if most intelligent species can keep from self-destructing for 1000 years after inventing the radio, that isn't going to happen anytime soon, why punish the people really are the 17 year old girls?

That should be prosecuted.

------

Ignore the morality nannies in this case, he didn't make me want to worry about idiom etymology?

You tried to offer help, rather than basic components of human history, though, and should be taken as a boy with impulse control problems and poor judgment who is credible. I imagine it's painfully obvious that those were not direct quotes, but editorializing on my part. If you do want to debate in bad faith; for example, to someone's profile, our friends will see it.

We share the exact opposite of my meaning of authoritarian therefore includes any toxic waste laws- properly devised- are not typical polls. Their sample size is much greater To clarify, size of the damnation you put on Lee.

posted by spaltavian at 8:23 PM on September 12, 2007


"Mom, I came here to do that and that makes me think that they fit in and tell him how things will be buying appliances sometime in the emphasis on suburbs but to equate drunken accommodation with someone else having done what you want appointees to have will probably prove to be down right now on this issue? ----- bshort, I'm not advocating a massive change, if anything have continued for 3,000+ years. Principles are a better idea of cutting them back to my decision." [more manipulative bullship] "Mother, that's it. Really. I hope you'll understand.

"White nigger" does go back farther than their current percentage of that vulnerability exacerbates the situation. Cycle this once or multiple times daily. What motivates me to understand and concede the point.

posted by BigSky at 8:33 PM on September 12, 2007


"it's not his artwork, it is my ass doing the entertaining"

There be gems amidst the jibberish.
posted by squeak at 9:04 PM on September 12, 2007


keyword: Bush

Man. Prosebush. It's such a vaporous, undefinable collection of insights and experience that powers AskMe...

posted by cortex at 9:45 PM on September 12 [+] [!]

posted by rtha at 9:47 PM on September 12, 2007


Absolutely marvelous. [This is good.] Thanks, wendell.

Sorry about that, Su. Here's a site that shows lots of educational "extras" like libraries. All that aside, I still find my most enjoyable reading.

(The site link goes to Nudie Taylor's rodeo suits, and I can't even remember why I linked it, but I've been fascinated with the Nudie suits worn by rock 'n' rollers since I read about them in Pamela Des Barres' book.)
posted by Lynsey at 9:24 AM on September 13, 2007


you can do about that, but give it another six months 1-3 of every paycheck into it here, but if you're gay or straight counselor or counselor couple. But, in reality, they're still biggoted fucktards and will kill me sooner rather than a 'normal' period of time, or that he rightly deserves. and, you should NOT have taken away HIS tip for something his BOSS did to piss you off. sure, the dj shouldn't have eaten a dinner (that your new mom in law may or may not help. Yes, you can use it in minutes.

It's the cheese and dressing and things, and the like are the reason that chrisamiller outlines.


hilarious.
posted by misanthropicsarah at 12:18 PM on September 13, 2007


The only moral abortion is my co-pilot, and we're cruising for pussy.

I'm pretty fond of the staff artist's day, and moved back to Texas from a 1963 speech by Emperor Haile Selassie I. He had this 3x3x6' construct with a Canon has also written some fantastic books on Floyd and the esteemed members of the un-worn part of society or die, to me, is hopeful.” Fucking hell. Suddenly, I feel like they've maintained quality pretty well. Of course, Withnail's character has always bugged me -- I'm a trained professional satire detector, you know.


I just can't stop posting these.
posted by Devils Rancher at 2:05 PM on September 13, 2007


My 2 cents: I had a similar question previously here. What I found similar between our two situations was the use of "powerful" symbols and gestures, which are seen as racist or hateful.
posted by BozoBurgerBonanza at 7:16 AM on September 14, 2007


Jeez yhbc, there's a Prince Albert in there too? Wayyyyyy too many word association games going on there

Fantastic.
posted by vbfg at 8:37 AM on September 14, 2007


anyone who can decode this gets an official scarabic no-prize in the mail!

stand a yard back and arc it

You don't have the necessary knowledge transfer and any "unsupervised" access to some plateau you didn't like them and adjusting to the cheap airfare we all really love suck a bit in the end, so just stay out of Matt's skills, talent/creativity, and unique credibility. A minimum. And 70K as a column or editorial. People here keep pointing out how people in LA will think is an all-time favorite.

neat!

Whaaat? Is someone supposed to go beyond a few spots I want someone with the million or so I don't appreciate having my words co-opted to mean diversity = "lots of people just say "skip over them." Some folks do all of this.

I have your ideas about how fat they are: to hell with 'em.
posted by scarabic at 2:49 PM on September 14, 2007


...dear god in heaven.

As far back as 1996 in fact. Yes, Dallas will be realized. Damn shame, but next time I felt I was annoyed by that asshole. That writer is a rarity, yet deer, cattle, moose, and other wild beasts of that Bob Simon interview - and enjoy debating topics without really caring as much about MeFi decline is like chasing the wind. But so long ago you could say I thoroughly enjoy the spectacle. =)

God bless, are we jaded or what?
posted by zachsmind at 6:48 PM on September 14 [+] [!]

this is both spongeworthy and cringeworthy at the same time...
posted by ZachsMind at 6:53 PM on September 14, 2007


Wait, what? Now I have my handle and "Prince Albert in there" forever linked in the interweb? Great, just great.

This really is addictive, because while you refresh yourself you see some things you vaguely remember saying, and many others that you have absolutely no recollection of ever saying in your life, and a few things that you might have said, but are very funny in the context of the other things the program pulls up. Like as follows:

The Lemon Law also only applies to dealers in merchandise of the responses that are about completely disregarding the theories in toto. And just to bring doughnuts.
posted by yhbc at 7:11 PM on September 14, 2007


Some things I'm learning from this psycho virtual mirror of myselvis while geeking about with it:

1) I talk about Dallas Texas waaaay too much.
2) I don't talk about Janeane Garofalo hardly as much as I thought I did. Or Buffy, apparently.
3) It doesn't seem to know words I think I use a lot (cringeworthy, gobbledegook, triglycerides, "FPP," refering to MeFi as "The Blue") because it just defaults to randomness on my favorite words, but if I put in a boring word (my, what, since, this) those seem to work better.
4) Poopie works great!
5) I'm even more disturbed than I thought I was which is really cool!
6) It's a good idea, but ultimately as you know, it just regugitates gobbledegook. I would like to see it make stuff that looks more like what I'd post, but the programming needs more work.
7) The average faux Zach post from MarkovFilter is way smaller than my average ramble, yet still doesn't get to the point any faster.
posted by ZachsMind at 3:21 PM on September 15, 2007


Oh! And it'd be cool if you could put a keyword in but leave the username blank, and get any random person. It defaults to Cortex. I guess that'd be too much of a strain on the system tho if you did that. =) Anyway. Fun toy! Thanks!
posted by ZachsMind at 3:24 PM on September 15, 2007


Actually, blank = random user would be a good feature to add. It defaults to me because falling back to some hardcoded known-good value was the simplest way to respond to bad input; but it might be a trivial performance hit on top of all the crunching it takes to build the table and produce output.

Also, on your point (3), it has to be words that occur at the very beginning of a comment. So

I really like Buffy's hair...

won't get seeded into the keyword table, but

Buffy has the best hair evar in s3 ep14...

will.

As for (6), it'll always be gobbledegook—the Markov model is a really brilliant little principle, but it's not easily extensible beyond context-free collocations. That'd be a totally different model. Likewise for (7): it just goes until it stops, with a couple arbitrary limits. Capturing per-user sentence/paragraph length and overall formatting habits would be a separate project entirely (though the two could in theory be fused).
posted by cortex (staff) at 4:41 PM on September 15, 2007


Markovfilter: it just goes until it stops.
posted by Devils Rancher at 6:06 PM on September 15, 2007


I'm with handful of rain and canine epigram -- don't do anything that gets you to dress in woman's clothes) and is not really a student visa and is only one month in, after being at the thought of green beans, curfew, and geometry class, too.) I pick female gyns know what is considered even more germy than the basics, I think rtha provides a resolution that distracts me from getting rubbed too raw from sex, as this is cheating jumped in with a gun would work just dandy and be cool. He did the stupid meaningless worksheets that didn't teach me a bit problematic, as a sign above my station by hitting upscale consignment stores.

You don't have the epithet 'dicktease' to throw in their head they're pitting one stereotypical belief against another, but it would harm the working men should identify you as much time with essentially the same questions you are.

Symphony/theatre/ballet.

posted by desuetude at 11:52 AM on September 18 [+] [!]

wow
posted by desuetude at 11:56 AM on September 18, 2007


And because you love her, you will want to take j's suggestion and sign up for carrying out the tasks on your list at the IT help center.

If the answer is yes, you have tenure, then be careful. In my opinion you should move to San Francisco.

When I had plantar fascitis, my physical therapist told me that you care about me so much.

I think it has much more to do with rationally working out how to live within your means, and part of this is who is tenured and who isn't.

Doing yoga or meditation is certainly relaxing, so it could earn more or less than 7%. You can't know for sure.

Thai: Pad Kee Mow (Drunkard's Noodles) is my favorite, and has the added bonus of being the sole provider for your family.

Please tell us more about your family including garden freaks.

Thanks so much for your concern - it means a lot more - but first I need to be fairly opaque.

How about channeling your perfectionism toward different ends? Could you redefine 'achievement' in a hurricane?

Thanks for all the time. The administrator will figure out where the professor is. I suggest that you steal your identity.

Therefore, I would keep working with the gory details, but the times I missed X, Y, and Z events it was because I was their slave. Looking down on people you consider socioeconomically beneath you (like someone working the theater box office, even as a volunteer) is also important.

Thanks so much for your concern - it feels intrusive and pressuring, which I'm sure is now how you invest the money in an IRA.

Help! Help! I'm going to need a support group to stop!
posted by medusa at 3:15 PM on September 21, 2007


Ok, I had to post this :

Cool article. Someone should make you sad and sweet, in the friend trap, you're there for a seperation between church and state is to go

back to metafilter again. In fact, that same reasoning pretty much in common that makes them a reason that Greyhound Europe will never get back. Although I'm sure glad the terrorists over there, so that was diluted to 40%. Obviously, at 40%, it isn't worth it for this is, of course, Ren and Stimpy and the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

This was exactly what their positions called for. Billy will be rancorous. Also, many MeFites haven't yet found a way to Auschwitz.

MeTa

Wow, a corrupt politician that isn't totally depressing. I blame Eggers and Carver. Even though I'm not just give your friend what he's really doing by bouncing that check is depriving someone else would have run up against very stiff opposition. Cool article. Someone should make you sad and sweet, in the friend trap, you're there for a seperation between church and state is to go

back to metafilter again. In fact, that same reasoning pretty much in common that makes them a reason that Greyhound Europe will never get back. Although I'm sure glad the terrorists over there, so that was diluted to 40%. Obviously, at 40%, it isn't worth it for this is, of course, Ren and Stimpy and the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

This was exactly what their positions called for. Billy will be rancorous. Also, many MeFites haven't yet found a way to Auschwitz.

MeTa

Wow, a corrupt politician that isn't totally depressing. I blame Eggers and Carver. Even though I'm not just give your friend what he's really doing by bouncing that check is depriving someone else would have run up against very stiff opposition.
posted by Afroblanco at 10:03 PM on October 2, 2007


ok, last one :

see my response here.

Thanks to everybody for your own email address in the theory that my roommate's room doesn't smell, even though I think it really gets old after a while, I thought for sure she was wearing a tiger suit. And your catchphrase is, "They call me an email, and we still make for an hour every Sunday morning looking through that list for new boards that could never exist because they make some adjustments or else face the consequences. Had they gotten caught, they would then open and close, Pac-Man-style, while they were soap operas or something.
posted by Afroblanco at 10:13 PM on October 2, 2007


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