The nonsense which follows is a Markov Chain based upon patterns in some pieces of English text. Word-Unit Nonsense uses patterns about words that tend to follow one another. Character-Unit Nonsense uses letters.
If the "Chelsea-Hackney Line" ever comes to soft tissue injuries, such as the Central parallel to the West London Railway near Uxbridge Road. In 1911 the Central agreed to build an extension from Wood Lane Junction where the link met the E&SB. This arrangement is still in use.
The practical efficacy of these obligations we have seen,-- in all the relevant descriptive sections, and dates of opening and closing are also shown twice.
The earliest underground lines, created in the gaps around the back of the day is to call them The Guy with the westbound flying back over the eastbound west of the incendiary, and his followers.'
In all human governments, the principles expressed in their own language, which are adopted in the night, by a masonic incendiary, with such ingenious preparations as were well calculated to insure its speedy destruction, with that of a full grown turkey; and put the rangers to any spot secluded enough that it would have crossed the river by being laid in a ditch dredged in the bed of the things you might make from these templates. Feel free to send them to us. And I'll be posting some of the tables on him. Pete can trace back the next night and see the light, and to society, by all my travels. On the other side, discoursing of the ladies in that Emperor's court, he used to tell me, one had freckles, another too wide a mouth, a third too large a nose, nothing of which I may become a member.... I will obey all regular signs and summons given, handed, sent, or thrown to me, as mine was to that of this people. Upon this point, I cannot forbear doing justice to the penalty of death.
The eastern extension was largely completed and then abandoned, both because of this animal, who seemed to be at all afraid of me, but would have to wait three days because the film we wanted to live that life, do those exciting, interesting and fashionable things Helen Gurley Brown was talking about. I can't even manage that much. I sprawl in the shade, pressing cold bevarages to wherever my veins pass close to my writing about a-ha was a project of the LSWR and remained owned by it and trains thus ran anticlockwise around the loop. When trains became longer, the platform inside the loop could not be committed, without producing excitement. Every unperverted feeling, and every upright voice, anxiously claimed the impartial and prompt application to them, of the appointed powers of our criminal jurisprudence. Then began to draw on, that dark eclipse, upon the vaunted lights of freemasonry, which, to the realm of conventional constraints on catastrophic violence are religious do not need a film education to be groundless, for I must do them justice to say they are a comely race of people; and particularly the features of my life, should engage himself in religious pursuits from his early days.
He should develop devotion by following their directives. Living in their bosoms; wherewith I was trying to furtively glance around the restaurant to catch a glimpse of the dishes and plates, and other necessaries, which, in proportion to those of any lady in England.
That which gave me most uneasiness among these Maids of Honor, when my good friend and long-time business associate Pete gives me a call.
Some Filers got it, and the person who gave it appearing to be in the printing office, with the declared purpose of opening the way most likely to pursue the CBRN/Cyber realm to provide instruction and facilities?
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The algorithm is from a (1983/11) Scientific American article: "Computer Recreations: A progress report on the fine art of turning literature into drivel" by Brian Hayes. That article was inspired by Scientific and engineering problem-solving with the computer by William R. Bennett, Jr. Bennett traced discussion of randomly generated text to a 1927 statement by Sir Arthur Eddington:
If an army of monkeys were strumming on typewriters they might write all the books in the British Museum
(the same quote which led to the Infinite-Monkey Theorem).
Disclaimer: The text above may contain fragments of copyrighted works; I use text from such works as fodder for figuring out the patterns used to generate the random text.
Pages of Interest: For custom-generated Markov Text, visit The Shannonizer. Jamie Zawinski Markovly scrambles his writings on demand, and provides source for his scrambler. There is at least one Computer-Generated Writing page, which contains links to various pages containing such Writing and programs to generate it. hahaha.org hosted this page before I had a website; they rule.
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