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  1. [News] MS AI Santa does what MS always does

    That's **** things up.

    http://www.networkworld.com/news/200...santa-bot.html

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  2. Re: [News] MS AI Santa does what MS always does

    Sinister Midget espoused:
    > That's **** things up.
    >
    > http://www.networkworld.com/news/200...santa-bot.html
    >


    It's an hysterical story :-)

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  3. Re: [News] MS AI Santa does what MS always does


    "Sinister Midget" wrote in message
    news:dnao25-rs2.ln1@clark.harry.net...

    " MS AI Santa does what MS always does" --- So what did the MS Santa do? Did
    he kick the crap out of some santa dressed as a penguin?

    I'm not into Santa anyway. I refuse to support the industrial complex that
    Santa has created at the North Pole where he pollutes the region and
    contributes to global warming.




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  4. Re: [News] MS AI Santa does what MS always does

    In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Keith Windsor

    wrote
    on Fri, 7 Dec 2007 13:14:46 -0500
    <475981cd$0$26081$88260bb3@free.teranews.com>:
    >
    > "Sinister Midget" wrote in message
    > news:dnao25-rs2.ln1@clark.harry.net...
    >
    > " MS AI Santa does what MS always does" --- So what did the
    > MS Santa do? Did he kick the crap out of some santa dressed
    > as a penguin?


    I don't know the details, but apparently, judging from the
    reports (distorted as they were given the media's tendency
    to self-censor for family viewing) a discussion with pizza
    led to something that could have been misconstrued as
    an invitation to put something (else) in a young woman's
    mouth.

    I'll leave it at that for now. I do remember some adverts
    for interesting companions though, when IRC was highly
    popular.

    >
    > I'm not into Santa anyway. I refuse to support the industrial
    > complex that Santa has created at the North Pole where he
    > pollutes the region and contributes to global warming.
    >


    Cute. :-) To be sure, the entire toy industry (which is
    admittedly off-topic for COLA) has some problems, though
    Chinese lead paint problems are a bit of a distraction
    from the real issues, which presumably revolve around
    monetary trade rates and American willingness to buy from
    manufacturers as long as said manufacturers only violate
    American laws somewhere not on American soil.

    In other words, we mandate a minimum wage of $5.15/hr
    here in the US, but have no problem purchasing things from
    countries such as China where they'd be lucky to make $5.15
    per *day*. (I don't know the exact figures.) There are
    also issues regarding working conditions and pollution in
    Beijing; makes Los Angeles or Houston air look positively
    healthy -- and of course the aforementioned lead paint
    issues, which is probably a supplier to a supplier to a
    subcontractor issue.

    (To our credit, LA and Houston are cleaner than in the
    60's or 70's.)

    To go further afield, one might look at toy design trends.
    In the late 19th century one might have received a painted
    toy train or car. Nowadays, we're likely to receive
    Optimus Prime, which is basically a painted toy car with
    a lot of story (and a lot more plastic). And yes, there
    is a train variant -- more than half a dozen, in fact,
    in the Japanese series. I guess that keeps the toy designers
    busy, anyway...but I do wonder how such highly scripted
    toy models affect brain development in children. (Perhaps
    it's a good thing? Wish I knew.)

    And computer recycling, which is touted as so "green"
    here in the US, has to be looked at a little carefully,
    lest one end up shipping the old stuff overseas where
    they are ripped apart with little regard for environmental
    pollution and worker safety concerns.

    Ethics? An interesting question, especially since most
    individuals, myself included, focus on initial acquisition
    or initial contract price.

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  5. Re: [News] MS AI Santa does what MS always does

    On Fri, 7 Dec 2007 13:14:46 -0500, "Keith Windsor"
    wrote:

    >
    >"Sinister Midget" wrote in message
    >news:dnao25-rs2.ln1@clark.harry.net...
    >
    >" MS AI Santa does what MS always does" --- So what did the MS Santa do? Did
    >he kick the crap out of some santa dressed as a penguin?
    >
    >I'm not into Santa anyway. I refuse to support the industrial complex that
    >Santa has created at the North Pole where he pollutes the region and
    >contributes to global warming.


    Hide the reindeer!

  6. Re: [News] MS AI Santa does what MS always does

    On 2007-12-07, The Ghost In The Machine claimed:
    > In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Keith Windsor
    >
    > wrote
    > on Fri, 7 Dec 2007 13:14:46 -0500
    ><475981cd$0$26081$88260bb3@free.teranews.com>:
    >>
    >> "Sinister Midget" wrote in message
    >> news:dnao25-rs2.ln1@clark.harry.net...
    >>
    >> " MS AI Santa does what MS always does" --- So what did the
    >> MS Santa do? Did he kick the crap out of some santa dressed
    >> as a penguin?

    >
    > I don't know the details, but apparently, judging from the
    > reports (distorted as they were given the media's tendency
    > to self-censor for family viewing) a discussion with pizza
    > led to something that could have been misconstrued as
    > an invitation to put something (else) in a young woman's
    > mouth.
    >
    > I'll leave it at that for now. I do remember some adverts
    > for interesting companions though, when IRC was highly
    > popular.


    If the troll had read it s/h/it would have found that the AI Santa, put
    online for the benefit of little chillens, started talking about oral
    sex.

    Maybe "Kevin" _did_ read it, and saw nothing out of the ordinary when
    compared to s/h/it's worldview.

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