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Your answer is close enough.  I’d make you a banana daiquiri, but Lancelotlink and company steal every dàmn banana when they visit. They also steal every mango and all the peanuts, and my cigars –not to mention all my booze. 

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Even my secret decoder ring fails me, here......!!!!!

 

[This looks like a case for Sir LA-Tex ........!!!!! ]

 

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Nov 4, 2015
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Hummm . . . this looks like the output of (most likely) an IOS8 apple phone where the user types in the first word and then accepts the first suggestion of each subsequent word.  The words are mostly common followed by the words commonly use by the phones principal user. Repetition is obvious by the 20th word.

 

The output is pseudo random and decidedly consistent with Zipf's law but is slightly altered by the user’s common words (or non words).  Zipf's (George Kingsley Zipf) law posits that given some quantity of natural language speech, the frequency of any word is inversely proportional to its rank in the frequency table. Id est the most frequent word will occur approximately twice as often as the second most frequent word, three times as often as the third most frequent word, etc

 

This is usually done for trivial entertainment purposes; however, contemporary singing artists often use this method to compose their hit songs.

 

While this concept is new for the construction lyrics, the concept isn’t new for the construction of the music itself. For example heavy metal was first constructed using recordings from automobile junk and recycling yards; from there grunge music, based on the sounds of sewage treatment plants.

 

It is amazing how nearly any sound can be used to create music. Here’s a link to one.

 

https://vimeo.com/21644999

 

Because of the nature of the video, many will think the music is based on the sound of a motorcycle, that’s close but no chopper.  I bet CPhill will know what it is. 

 

--Sir Phil LaTeX -- on temporary assignment to NausCorp.

Nauseated  Nov 5, 2015
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That is an interesting assessment Sir Phil La-TeX.

 I like that clip too   smiley

Melody  Nov 5, 2015
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Is it a chain saw ????     surprise

 

Did I win a banana or better still a banana daquiri,   laugh laugh

 

Hey Sir Phil La-TeX, do you make a mean banana daquiri like Sir Lancelot Link does.  mmm mmm.   cool 

Melody  Nov 5, 2015
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Your answer is close enough.  I’d make you a banana daiquiri, but Lancelotlink and company steal every dàmn banana when they visit. They also steal every mango and all the peanuts, and my cigars –not to mention all my booze. 

Nauseated  Dec 2, 2015
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Booze and cigars are not good for dogs anyway.  The are even less healthy than cat food!  The cigars smell worse too .      angry

 

In Australia there is a popular brand of dog food called "Lucky Dog".  My dog called it "Unlucky Dog" she hated it and would have nothing in preference to eating it.  

 

Domestic cats are very particular.  I think most times cat food would taste a lot better than dog food.  You are probably much more lucky than you realize Nauseated.  Rather than cat food you could have got stuck with "Unlucky Dog".

 

Why doesn't LancelotLink visit any more?   Did you put him in a crate and ship him back to the Congo?

I hope you let him have his bananas and peanuts and your whisky for the trip.   

Melody  Dec 2, 2015
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The cigars smell worse too.

 

 . . . Cigars vs  Catfood . . .

 

I don’t know. Some canned cat-foods smell like carrion. My pet vultures become very excited when I open a can. I feed it to them when road kíll isn’t available. The cats won’t eat it and the dogs usually just want to roll in it.  The cat-food kibble, on the other hand, smells like dehydrated vomit –it’s more like a warm meal.   

 

There is a Lucky Dog brand in the states, described as: Whole food meals cooked by hand: frozen and shipped in 1 lb packages from South Carolina” At $12 a pound, dogs should like it.

 

I don’t buy it. I cook for my mutts, adding supplements to optimize the nutrition. On this week’s menu is turkey-bone soup – it’s one of their favorites. One is allergic to poultry, so she has her own personal ham.  The cats share in the turkey soup too. 

 

Some of the cats are grateful. One in particular always brings me gifts –such as mice, squirrels, rats, and the occasional rabbit.    While I appreciate the thought, I just can’t eat that much and I finally told him I didn’t want any more gifts from him.  Later, I read his personal log, he lamented that he had to return the bottle of 1906 Amontillado he bought me for Christmas. In my personal log I wrote, “Me and my big mouth!” 

 

After dinner, the dogs like a drink --a motif of sorts. There is Schnapps for the Schnauzer. For the English sheep dog, it’s Lindisfarne Mead; Aquavit for the Great Dane; then it is Sake for Shih-Tzu; Tequila for the Chihuahua, and Cognac for the French poodle. Next, the most consumed alcohol beverage in the world: Baijiu, this is for the Pekinese, and it rounds out with Vodka for the Siberian husky, dark ale and beer for the Labrador and Rottweiler.  The rest are teetotalers.  None of my dogs are cheap drunks –that’s for sure.

 

 As you might have noticed, it is a dog’s life around here. :/

 

As for Lancelot, he usually travels by crate, anyway. He says it’s cheap and he can choose his company.  If anyone ever sent him off that way, you can bet he was tricking someone into paying his fair.  That chimp is very sneaky!

 

For Lancelot’s latest extended absences, I’ll have to send a telegram to him to find out why. He has always been a little asocial with humans, but I’ve never seen him antisocial.  I will find out though.  . . .

Nauseated  Dec 2, 2015
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I have never smelt dehydrated vomit, but I did burst out laughing when I read it. :D

Mmm, cat food is often fish and they love it but it does stink, I will give you that. 

Cigars stink too.  Mmm it is close....

 

Yes, Lancelot can be asocial but he isnot antisocial.  He should return.  

You know he is rather tricky getting a human to pay his travel expenses. :)

That is one smart chimp !

 

All those dogs, they are not your pets since you are a dog too.  And cats and other animals too.  WOW, you must never want for company :)

Melody  Dec 2, 2015

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