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Gaki: writing myself Real

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I'm not a goth...

... I swear, I swear I'm not! On all the gods you own, I swear!

But I did really enjoy the Cruxshadows show right by my hotel here; their music takes me way away. The lead singer has a habit of being in the crowd messing with people the way he ought to be, and the violin player and the guitar player are absolutely lovely.

This site owns me.

The Babelizer will take any writings or words you have, translate them through the magic of online dictionaries and back again, creating a magick working of Rosetta Stone incomprehensibility. Example:

In my life
Why do I smile
At people who I'd much rather kick in the eye ?
I was happy in the haze of a drunken hour
But heaven knows I'm miserable now
-- The Smiths

Post Babelization:

It was the dog to the interior of the eruptions of the duration of my fort approximately underneath important because nenhuns Innenauthorizeing and smile and in this external hand, that one he are an eye I? If as far as the operation of the drink of the administration of the consumed part of the Earth, the dog in the fog of the hour and he is lucky, you, who are under misery in how much, but, she appreciates the ice that the cold of the sky therefore is taken to traverse, that is arrested


Isn't that beautiful? You have to try it. :)

Love from Canada.

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petalligator = paul....god help us

Wisdom translated into Intelligence.

A Lie is still a Lie.

And Truth remained Truth.

Pretty interesting site, Ken. Though I guess it doesn't take into account the variety and scope of word meanings, possibly.;D But I have no argument with the findings thusfar.

See, what it's actually doing is plugging into all the already existing online translators that promise to translate your writing into another language, and running your words back and forth through all of them. The problem (although, it's the reason why the site is fun) is that it will be a while before any automated translator is good enough to truly capture the essence of a sentence in any language.

In a sense, this reveals what the translation robots "hear" when we type in words, a sort of machine Esperanto. So a single word might have a pretty good survival rate, as it's only going from dictionary to dictionary and back. The fun begins when you make it try to interpret sentences.

Example: And they all lived happily ever after.
Babelization: And she is complete and she is lucky and it gives return afterwords.

Disclaimer: "Fun" being dependent on the user having a nerd-level fascination with artificial intelligences and languages.

U got it, really. I comprehend, understand and have assimilated the info.;D Later!

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