A long time ago at CMU in the days when I was writing in APL on a
teletype with a paper tape punch attached, connected to an IBM 360
Model 67 with something called TSS, I thought about writing a program
that would spit out random, yet pronounceable words. It actually
worked, but upon graduation I left this silly code behind. I was going
into the business world to become a salesman. I really wasn't too happy
as a salesman, but I didn't really realize I wasn't cut out for the job
until I found myself back in the HONE room (terminal room) rewriting this program
at IBM. I seemed to be happiest designing software.
Somehow I lost this code again and rewrote it at Legent once again while 'doing time' under a
few (...but not all) 'managers' who were either dishonest, self-serving bootlickers - or
narcissistic, narrowminded dogmatists masquerading as managers (don't judge me too quickly,
now - don't you know someone like this?!). Here is a sample of some random prounceable paragraphs that the latest
version of this code produced. Look carefully, for you may find a name
for a pet, perhaps for a product (be my guest!), or perhaps a new way to describe
someone for whom you just haven't been able to find the right word.