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I'm looking for a copy of a little computer "poem" from the early-mid 80's
It was some sort of AI experiment.
It starts like this:
Night and a dark moon.
The Chocolate Chip Croissant, (hereinafter referred to as C3)...
That's all I remember
It's a cult-thing :)
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The Chocolate Chip Croissant [hereinafter refered to as
`c/3'] resides, splend'drous, in state as it were, an aura
of piquant expectancy filling the otherwise bleak landscape
with a tenuous veil of diffuse rococco blandishments
reminscent of a bygone Dali. Ruffling through the Power
Grass, bleating Vaughn Williams anthems to Itself, The
Sinuoid wreathes obliquely betwixt the ant-eaten AM-PM Mini
Market soft-serve ice cream cone and the nether buttress
upon seven of the like to which, the C/3 expresses inertia.
To nothing in Particular, a Voice as a flocculent zephyr
rises like heat on a New Mexico highway, mingling with
distorted gospel cassettes and the plaintive honking
burbles of Carlos "Spit-Key" Ayrton-Plinth, baring the
naked soul of his Selmer alto saxophone upon the
discriminate ear of the desert floor. "Spuck" It says.
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