Markov Trump

Bradley M. Kuhn at 2017-10-06T01:36:21Z

I said to my wife tonight that Trump could save time (and thus spend more time POTUS-ing rather than tweeting) by using a Markov chain to generate his tweets based on past data and that they'd likely be just as coherent.


I wasn't the only person who thought of this; I quickly found this: https://filiph.github.io/markov/


Make Markov chains great again. Sad.

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This is your first dent in 5 months? S__.

Anyway, I suggest the reverse would be more useful. Markov POTUS, the entity you refer to dedicated full time to microblogging.

Mike Linksvayer at 2017-10-06T02:13:03Z

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Bradley is back! Getting that automatic fifty cent check probably told you I'm on furlough again. I'm glad to see you're back!


A Trump parody Markov on GNU Social would be fabulous and I would definitely follow it. It might make more sense.

Stephen Michael Kellat at 2017-10-06T02:46:40Z

>> Mike Linksvayer:

“This is your first dent in 5 months? S__.

Anyway, I suggest the reverse would be more useful. Markov POTUS, the entity you refer to dedicated full time to microblogging.”

You should submit that idea for reinventing government. We could layoff a few GS-13 or higher grade people in other agencies who are the official Twitter posters. I kid you not that they get paid that obscenely high.

Stephen Michael Kellat at 2017-10-06T02:48:01Z

>> Stephen Michael Kellat:

“Bradley is back! .... I'm glad to see you're back!


I'm here to make identi.ca great again! I'm going to build a wall between Twitter and Facebook and make Google pay for it.

Bradley M. Kuhn at 2017-10-13T19:47:32Z

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