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(BBC-US)   To be fair, it's not that hard to program a computer to type "no it isn't" and randomly pull an insult against your mother from a database   ( divider line
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2017-10-02 05:03:07 PM  
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2017-10-02 09:13:26 PM  
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Dead for Tax Reasons: itcamefromschenectady: "Thou qualling ill-breeding blind-worm!"

"Thou wayward flap-mouthed gudgeon!"

"You shall stifle in your own report, and smell of calumny."

How art thou, thou globby bottle of cheap, stinking chip-oil?

Shakespeare popularized some of the classics, like "your mom" jokes:

Demetrius: "Villain, what hast thou done?"
Aaron: "That which thou canst not undo."
Chiron: "Thou hast undone our mother."
Aaron: "Villain, I have done thy mother."
2017-10-02 06:38:54 PM  
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The forgotten Dirk Gently series had one mystery set around a computer program called Reason, which would creat a logical chain for any activity you wanted to do. Their example was invading Switzerland, which is entirely irrational because they're dug in and have no resources they wouldn't sell cheaper than invading.
2017-10-02 05:53:13 PM  
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2017-10-02 03:21:53 PM  
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