November 23, 2004

Autorantic Virtual Moonbat

Posted by Jeremy Brown

At Harry's Place I found an oracle of wisdom you simply must visit: a moonbat robot. You can ask it any question about any subject. Read the FAQ's below, but then go ask some questions:

QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Is the AVM a “he” or a “she”?
It thinks gender is a social construct, and will be extremely offended if you assign it a sex. So, go ahead and do it.

Does it matter what I type?
Not much. Other than occasionally sneering at some word or phrase it doesn't like, the AVM largely ignores all inputs, and rants about topics at random, just like a real moonbat.

I'd have posted it here, but I don't want to turn Michael's blog into a whimsical funhouse, or rather, I don't think that was my mandate.

UPDATE: Actually, what am I saying? Michael's the one who posted a picture of Rudy Giuliani in drag just before flying off to Libya for Turkey Day. But one feels a pull to be over-formal when guesting on someone else's blog; I think I have a small sense of how Michael felt guest blogging on Instapundit.

Posted by Jeremy Brown at November 23, 2004 12:00 AM
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