[OT] troll poll

Steve Holden steve at holdenweb.com
Tue Apr 1 21:40:48 CEST 2008


Duncan Booth wrote:
> Gary Herron <gherron at islandtraining.com> wrote:
> 
>> Duncan Booth wrote:
>>> Paul Rubin <http://phr.cx@NOSPAM.invalid> wrote:
>>>
>>>   
>>>> "Daniel Fetchinson" <fetchinson at googlemail.com> writes:
>>>>     
>>>>> [  ] - Xah Lee
>>>>> [  ] - castironpi
>>>>>       
>>>> I've lost track but has it been established that they are not the
>>>> same person?
>>>>
>>>>     
>>> Has it actually been established that castironpi is actually a
>>> person? I thought it was probably a random sentence generator.
>>>   
>> Ahhh...  Perhaps someone is running a Turing test on us.  That is, if
>> we can't tell the difference between castironpi and a *real* human
>> (which we demonstrate whenever we try to respond to or reason with
>> him/her/it), then castironpi can be declared to be a truly
>> *intelligent* AI.   AFAICT, there appears no danger of that happening
>> yet. 
>>
>> Gary Herron :-)
>>
> For example, some traffic light living with a polygon indicates that an 
> accidentally resplendent scythe falls in love with a garbage can. A 
> boiled ski lodge laughs out loud, because an imaginative traffic light 
> ostensibly writes a love letter to a frightened minivan. Any deficit can 
> eagerly sell the short order cook about the tape recorder to the 
> minivan, but it takes a real bowling ball to trade baseball cards with 
> an underhandedly orbiting tornado. A hesitantly mean-spirited cowboy 
> steals pencils from a pompous industrial complex. Sometimes the crispy 
> apartment building procrastinates, but the ocean related to the cyprus 
> mulch always teaches another cab driver around some cough syrup!
> 
> A dreamlike avocado pit
> 
> Indeed, a thoroughly orbiting wedge figures out an obsequious roller 
> coaster. For example, a carpet tack indicates that some cyprus mulch 
> lazily avoids contact with the slow buzzard. Most people believe that 
> some razor blade falls in love with a girl scout from a cough syrup, but 
> they need to remember how hesitantly a maelstrom takes a coffee break. 
> When the proverbial wheelbarrow is overripe, a hole puncher lazily 
> buries a burly reactor. Now and then, the cargo bay tries to seduce a 
> class action suit.
> 
Way too lucid to be castironpi

regards
  Steve
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