Monday, June 06, 2011

News Box Office

There's this web site I discovered while Googling Weiner (Sorry. I couldn't resist!) stories.  My first thought was that the site was written by a non-native speaker of English.  But the more I read, the more it seemed like it might have been pieced together by a computer, using various other sites as its information source.  What do you think?  Here's the story.  And here's the link to the homepage of the site.

4 comments:

jessi said...

This is on the front page: "‘Amazing Grace’ Movie: masculinity flip over Napoleon – people hurt. Rarely do they keep the peace sexuality. But the characterization of lunch they will enjoy when they take home from the battlefields. Napoleon bequeath appear pomp of credit and a team of government, one that reached the crest of a serious time ambitions. then, finally, his dream to make appear like oppression persecuted exchange. William Wilberforce, however, is an accretion to his family, the factory head on the pillow and remember: the slave function is no more. ”"

I cannot stop giggling. It reminds me of that meme where you write a simple sentence, run it through several different language translators, and then back to English. It's definitely words, but they make no sense. Awesome. :)

Rimpy said...

Looks like some sort of language translator to me.

Brandi Martin said...

Don't you mean "here's" not "heres"?

Carlos said...

@Brandi - Indeed I did. Thanks. I tipe two fast four my one gud ;-)