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hi, i'm vilmibm

in the flesh world i play an avatar named nate smith

i run a hermetic intentional community on a linux server if you want to be ssh friends:

my favorite food is mapo tofu

this readme regenerates once a day with a new randomized sonnet cut up from a bunch of project gutenberg books. please do let me know if it produces anything objectionable

Sun 09 May 2021 03:45:01 PM CDT

of phrases spoken in nightmares
Please be the beef, please beef
But three of the number can read
rights, and responsibilities of women

Savonarola besides undertook to expel them by night
--Patient greatly improved
you kept in the schoolroom as still as your own desk and easel
for if he escape not at night we shall come on him in daytime

Despite all the difficulty he was in
but still without response
heard a tone, beheld a form
fearful lest the nurse who sat up all night should hear me

was a pupil in the school of Silvester
loved him, embraced him


  1. cut-up poetry generation over large corpora

    Python 111 19

  2. a modern mush tailored to tilde town

    Python 35 12

  3. a puppet module for setting up a tilde style server

    HTML 91 18

  4. Multi-user Clojure REPL. Live-programmable MUD. Web-based.

    Clojure 19 7

  5. ascii photobooth CLI program that can output to dot matrix printer and or html gallery

    Shell 4 3

  6. use random internet content to assemble tarot cards

    Python 2 4

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Contributed to cli/cli, vilmibm/poetry, vilmibm/testing and 5 other repositories

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May 2021

Created 9 commits in 1 repository

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