Friday, December 11, 2009

Beware of mad robots

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Jewish date:  24 Kislew 5770 (Parashath Wayyeshev).

Today’s news and commentary:
Today’s weird thing is the Random Story Generator, which generates a brief outline for a Christian speculative novel.  Here is an example of its work:

This is a time travel story about a foreigner (or alien) who wants to find his or her family but is prevented from doing so by robots gone mad bent on silencing opposition to a dastardly plan. God has designs on our hero, however. He wants to teach him/her that He is a God of hope, a lesson he/she resists. In the end, through our hero's negligence and the intervention of snails, the allies cement their bond through a treaty.

This is better than at least 50% of the films they make fun of on Mystery Science Theater 3000.  Enjoy, share the weirdness, Shabbath shalom, and happy Ḥanukkah.

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