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#31 Feb 20th, 2019, 00:13
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Originally Posted by nadreg View Post If I had to guess, I would say some of the content is almost AI generated. It's gibberish in a sense, but the words are strung together just well enough to sort of make it coherent.


This is very interesting, I wonder how someone would go about doing something like this. Maybe a high school or college project maybe.
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Most of whom are in USA/UK or in the 'gelf'
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Originally Posted by JOHNLORD View Post This is very interesting, I wonder how someone would go about doing something like this. Maybe a high school or college project maybe.
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Hey ! Eliza* in the early 80s did a pretty good job. Much better than Charlene_DD's niece, Tammy Baker.

Troll ? Maybe, maybe not ! Could be Old_World's moll ?

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Once google assistant gets good enough we won't know if the person on the other end is real or a computer.
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Originally posted by: JOHNLORD View Post
This is very interesting, I wonder how someone would go about doing something like this. Maybe a high school or college project maybe.

Have a read:

https://nypost.com/2019/02/19/this-ai-is-so-good-at-writing-its-creators-wont-release-it/

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I am deeply disappointed at most of the responses following my last post - most are not related to what I asked and some were just plain hurtful.
I came across this site while looking for information to travel to India as it seemed like a place where I could forget my pains and worries for some time but i am now thinking again.
I'm sorry about my spelling as I dropped out of school after mum left and have had to take care of myself by working all through - but that does not make me a bad person. I'm a positive person and I believe in our Lord.
As I said before Mack has a real long Hindu name that I cannot ever remember , he uses this made up name to get by here at work as many Indians do. He really wanted me to go to Kerala but after reading some posts it seems like a bad idea.
I looked up on Google and it seems I can go to Rishikesh too and it is much closer to Taj. I think I will just have to help myself then.
I wish you all a good night - may the Lord have mercy on you.
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If you are genuine and we have offended you,  then please accept my apologies. 

You are welcome here. 

So, what have you decided to do with Mr. Pickles?

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Originally Posted by nadreg View Post If you are genuine and we have offended you, then please accept my apologies.

You are welcome here.

So, what have you decided to do with Mr. Pickles?
Absolutely.

Your first post looked like it has an attempt gone wrong to advertise a massage.in website in it. Over the years, we've seen so many. We can responded, I suppose, by mocking it. And things went downhill from there.

If we got it all wrong, then yes, deeply sorry. Can see why you might not even come back to read this.

Might have misunderstood about the hamster. But you probably can't bring an animal to India as a tourist. If regulations did allow it, it might be unkind. The climate change is tough enough on people.

And of course people change their names to fit in with foreign lands. I even changed mine a bit too fit in with Southern India.

You can come to Kerala for oil massage (Ayurvedic). It is indeed a beautiful place and you will find good people. The massages vary from pure-tourist to pure-medical. But even the touristy kind will make you feel good.
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No relation to the topic and I apologize for that. Eliza, the aunt of Siri was a great pioneer in Psychology and is now retired. I asked Siri about it. I know she was the emotional succor to many graduate students since controlling the department computer resources was my part time job. It was the lead resource in time employed and I also found comfort there, always respectfully, ahem. Thanks for the link. I'll send it Shona Baba for his appreciation (his field AI).

To the OP please don't take offense. Your respondents are part of of the anti-agora where they own nothing and get paid the same. The recompense is when they meet in the marketplace after thousands of exchanges as old acquaintances with the satisfaction therein and sometimes the pain when they pass or move on. This what keeps a site this broad alive. But, once they get their teeth into a topic they can also be remarkably helpful..
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Originally Posted by Tammy Brewer View Post I'm sorry about my spelling as I dropped out of school after mum left and have had to take care of myself by working all through - but that does not make me a bad person. I'm a positive person and I believe in our Lord. .
Thank you for believing in me. But please call me John.

Seriously proper massages/ treatments are expensive.
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Putting on my deerstalker, I still think Tammy is spoofing!

Having dropped out of school and now living in a mobile home, her hamster is the thing that reminds her of Mom? Is it a very long lived animal, like the mouse in the "green mile"?

I want to know more about the crown moulding episode myself...


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They dye every three years or so, though the last one was certainly Mack's fault as he fed him granola- he should be given greens and not candy. I just get another one and he is blessed on mass day and I call him the same name. I am not saying any more how my mum went missing as I have been warned about how people can find out where you live if you tell them too much and then who knows what all will happen. It is as such bad enough I signed up with my name.
I spoke with Mack who is not happy I am going to dehli, Rishikesh and Agra and not to Kerala. #40 please I was not referring to you and you should not make fun of His Name..
Is Dehli hot in May? Thank you #37 38 and 39! How is Air China it is about all I can afford in may. About Mr Pickles I will think close to the date then, I am thinking maybe you don't get good broccoli over there so that would be a bother too. I have to go now bye they gave me a day shift today
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Yes, 40 degrees or more, see this chart.
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I am not convinced at all, but if you are being genuine, Tammy, then I honestly don't think India is the place for you. You would be quite out of your normal lifestyle. Maybe keep it just as a wish, or a dream...?

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Originally Posted by Tammy Brewer View Post ...it seemed like a place where I could forget my pains and worries...

You can forget all your troubles, forget all your cares
So go downtown
Things will be great when you're downtown
No finer place for sure, downtown
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Please forgive my morbid curiosity, but what color?
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