[WAY-OT] strange text found - is this encrypted?

Scot Mc Pherson behomet at home.com
Wed Oct 17 06:54:22 PDT 2001

This is a story either generated by a text generator, or written to be

There are generators that can with grammatic correctness, generate a text
file using random words. So verbs and nouns and articles and adjectives,
etc etc are all in the right places, but the choice of words is gibberish,
or random.

I think you can find something that does this on freshmeat.


On 2001.10.17 09:08 Lukas Gruber wrote:
> hi list,
> this is a posting my brother found in a music(!)-newsgroup.
> because its really funny and interesting we tried to find out
> what it means - but have no idea yet. can anybody help?
> ---
> My balls itch
> Until Felix washs the PERLs partially, Francine won't burst any ugly
> websites. There, it engulfs a cable too dumb at her minor highway. He
> will
> believably relay near pathetic usable networks. Roberta, over keyholes
> extreme and bizarre, generates throughout it, busting quietly. Other
> plastic
> strong newbies will compile halfheartedly alongside printers. They are
> interfacing against quiet, inside rough, in front of foolish pseudonyms.
> Why
> will you examine the sharp cosmetic opinions before Stephanie does? We
> place
> the insecure advisor. She should push idiotic computers with the out of
> date
> upper zone, whilst Francoise superbly collaborates them too. Don't try to
> learn a sattelite phone! Lately, modems obscure throughout major CERTs,
> unless they're fake. Many orthodox iterations are soft and other flat
> interfaces are outer, but will Francoise dream that? He'll be tolerating
> beneath secure Charlie until his fax machine propagates incredibly. Try
> dumping the data center's important terminal and Sam will kick you! It's
> very official today, I'll roll furiously or Liz will corrupt the noises.
> Who
> will we filter after Katya facilitates the retarded kiosk's bug? They are
> flowing to the sneaker now, won't infect connectors later. We produce
> them,
> then we angrily vexate Morris and Winifred's slow Usenet. Are you
> useless, I
> mean, contributing in back of ignorant stacks? Endora posts once, reboots
> unbelievably, then saves within the monitor at the chameleon. Will you
> spool
> in front of the mail server, if Jim absolutely inflates the router? Never
> start hatefully while you're defeating inside a opaque diskette.
> Catherine
> will transport the wet newsgroup and authenticate it under its interface.
> You won't annoy me preparing under your overloaded FTP server. Almost no
> lower unique laptops will wickedly smile the BASICs. What Alvin's untamed
> firewall trains, Austin recycles beside lost, secret /dev/nulls. Why
> doesn't
> Rosalind consume strongly? The stupid zipdisk rarely reloads Tommy, it
> formats Francoise instead. Susie! You'll disrupt governments. Hey, I'll
> save
> the toffee. I was killing to float you some of my weak basements. Many
> unclassified strange analysts simply delete as the huge protocols defile.
> To
> be blank or chosen will twist chaotic ideas to admiringly connect. The
> RAMs,
> UDPs, and MPEGs are all virulent and surreptitious. If you will crawl
> Martin's tape within backdoors, it will rigidly substantiate the backup.
> Her
> fraud was loud, tall, and vends in back of the hard disk. While black
> bags
> virtually interface cowboys, the interrupts often prioritize in front of
> the
> bright outputs. Evelyn doesn't disconnect disgusting ActiveXs, do you
> exclude them? Marty proliferates the subroutine at hers and eventually
> pulls. Otherwise the mixmaster in Tim's gorilla might insulate some
> sticky
> inputs.
> ---
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