I've been doing some research on Racter, a program
that supposedly wrote The
Policeman's Beard Is Half Constructed, and I came across a site
where a person used spam titles for poetry.
So today, I opened my spam folder, and lo, there was poetry:
Two voices were
anything to stop
homeless as they were
Drew with them,
the prisoner glanced
time there soared
Starting from sometime
into a pool
Do you know what is Cailis?
Well … the actual subject lines were:
Re: %RND_UC_CHAR[2-8], two voices were (from Torres Jerald)
Re: %RND_UC_CHAR[2-8], anything to stop (from Abraham)
Re: %RND_UC_CHAR[2-8], homeless as they (from Montano)
So these people had problems running their script, and I added a word to
the last one to make it more poetic, and I love the names of the supposed
Re: GFDGSKD, drew with them (from Wilkes)
Re: HBJMGLQ, the prisoner glanced (from Chelsea)
Re: GRBPLJ, time there soared (Crawford Paula)
Crawford Paula must be from the Deep South™.
Re: WADOZK, starting from sometime (from Cash Araceli)
Re: IAKNIE, into a pool (from Cooper)
Do You Know What Is -Cialis-? hevzj (from Kitty Jarvis)
Actually, I think Crash Araceli is a better sounding name than
just Cash. Kitty Jarvis though, nice, but sounds like a porn starlette.
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