FoxTrot Classics by Bill Amend for October 09, 2009

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    rayannina  almost 15 years ago

    Alas, Peter’s not as skilled a writer as the typing monkeys are.

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    yyyguy  almost 15 years ago

    but he has more paper and toner!

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    Lyons Group, Inc.  almost 15 years ago

    It’s bad enough he munches at sports, but this…?

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    lakita_lover  almost 15 years ago

    what a waste of ink and paper

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    Robert Mulbry Premium Member almost 15 years ago

    I guess Peter did not remember how long it would take before that work came out.

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    kab2rb  almost 15 years ago

    Since Peter is not good at sports he is not good at writing essays poor grades.

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    pgn674  almost 15 years ago

    Actually, the Infinite Monkey Theorem says they’ll almost surely produce Shakespear, not absolutely surely. After all, it is possible they’d all just press “S” for all time.

    I made my own gobbledygooker, that uses sample text to produce a probability table to create skewed semi-random output:

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    Nighthawks Premium Member almost 15 years ago

    yeh ,shakespeare, indeed. ….,maybe a quadtrillion monkeys and a quadrillion billion gazillion years……

    no, not even then

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    kfaatz925  almost 15 years ago

    pgn674 - your gobbledygooker is fun!

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    jfolkman  almost 15 years ago

    Mr Burns: It was the best of times IT WAS THE BLUSRT OF TIMES! You stupid monkey!

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    Ushindi  almost 15 years ago

    pgn674: Great! It makes a news story look like the articles I try to read in the San Francisco Chronicle, now that they’ve laid off all their proof-readers and copy editors.

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