“It´s the beggining of a great adventure”,

is a sentence of a Lou Reed song.

I like Twitter Bots.

But they are still in my blog.

I am doing something wrong, can´t tell what.

I will try to fix it tomorrow,

before class.

TWITTER BOT 1: “questions”

{ “origin”: “it´s #unfair#. Why a #profession# owes more than a #profession# ?”,

“unfair”: [

    “unreasonable”, “unjustified”, “out of order”, “undeserved”, “unjustifiable”, “uncalled for”, “a bit thick”, “unmerited”, “unwarrantable”, “wrong”, “biased”, “prejudiced”, “unjust”, “one-sided”, “partial”, “partisan”, “arbitrary”, “discriminatory”, “bigoted”, “inequitable”, “unscrupulous”, “crooked”, “dishonest”, “unethical”, “wrongful”, “unprincipled”, “dishonourable”

],

“profession”: [

    “academics”,

    “professors”,

    “teachers”,

    “clergy”,

    “philosophers”,

    “anesthesiologists”,

    “audiologists”,

    “dentists”,

    “dietitians”,

    “nurses”,

    “therapists”,

    “doctors”,

    “pharmacists”,

    “physical therapists”,

    “physicians”,

    “podiatrists”,

    “psychologists”,

    “radiographers”,

    “radiotherapists”,

    “speech-language pathologists”,

    “surgeons”,

    “veterinarians”,

    “accountants”,

    “actuaries”,

    “architects”,

    “engineers”,

    “linguistics”,

    “translators”,

     “bankers”,

    “interpreters”,

    “surveyors”,

    “urban planners”,

    “taxi drivers”,

    “air traffic controllers”,

    “aircraft pilots”,

    “sea captains”,

    “public services”,

    “lawyers”,

    “social workers”,

    “health inspector”,

    “park ranger”,

    “police officer”,

    “military officers”,

    “scientists”,

    “astronomers”,

    “biologists”,

    “botanists”,

    “ecologists”,

    “geneticists”,

    “immunologists”,

    “paleontologists”,

    “pharmacologists”,

    “virologists”,

    “zoologists”,

    “chemists”,

    “geologists”,

    “meteorologists”,

    “neuroscientists”,

    “oceanographers”,

    “physicists”,

    “ethics”,

    “artists”,

    “painters”,

    “poets”,

    “filmmakers”,

    “computer scientists”,

    “journalists”,

    “writers”,

    “lovers”,

    “prostitutes”,

“plumbers”,

“gardeners”,

“archers”,

“football players”,

“basketball players”

“electricians”,

“navigators”,

“mechanics”,

“cartoonists”,

“designers”,

“union leaders”,

“acupuncturists”,

“actors”,

“actress”,

“man”,

“woman”,

“housewives”,

“housemaids”,

“anthropologists”,

“archaeologists”

]

}

TWITTER BOT Nº2: “Introductions”

{ “origin”: “I will introduce you Mr. #tree#, is from the #adjective# family of the #last names#”,

“tree”: [

    “Wattle Trees”,

    “Silk Tree”,

    “Alexandra Palm”,

    “King Palm”,

    “Almond Tree”,

    “Apple Tree”,

    “Apricot Tree”,

    “Arborvitae”,

    “Oriental Cedar”,

    “Argan”,

    “Argan tree”,

    “goat-tree”,

    “Ash Tree”,

    “Aspen Tree “,

    “Pitch-apple”,

    “Avocado Tree”,

    “Sea Myrtle”,

    “Saltbush”,

    “Cotton-seed Tree”,

    “Groundsel Tree”,

    “Baobab”,

    “Jacarandá”,

    “Silk Cotton Tree”,

    “Red Cotton Tree”,

    “Algarrobo”,

    “Maya Nut”,

    “Bullet Tree”,

    “Black Olive Tree”,

    “Cacahuatl”,

    “Cocoa Plant”,

    “Laurel”,

    “Myrtle,”,

    “Mountain laurel”,

    “Cedar Tree”,

    “Cedro Tree”,

    “Cherry Tree”,

    “Chestnut Tree”,

    “Cinnamon Tree”,

    “Cypres”,

    “Grapefruit Trees”,

    “Jacaranda”,

    “Japanese Cedar”,

    “Laurel Tree”,

    “Maple Trees”,

    “Acer”,

    “Mayten Tree”,

    “Orange bark Tree”,

    “Maytenus”,

    “Oak Tree”,

    “Olive Tree”,

    “Pine Tree”,

    “Silver-Oak Tree”,

    “Tamarind Tree”,

    “Tree of Gods”,

    “Tree of Heaven”,

    “Roble Tree”,

    “Tulip Tree”,

    “Yucca Tree”

]

“adjective”: [

    “adorable”,

    “beautiful”,

    “clean”,

    “drab”,

    “elegant”,

    “fancy”,

    “glamorous”,

    “handsome”,

    “long”,

    “magnificent”,

    “old-fashioned”,

    “plain”,

    “quaint”,

    “sparkling”,

    “ugliest”,

    “unsightly”,

    “wide-eyed”,

    “alive”,

    “better”,

    “careful”,

    “clever”,

    “dead”,

    “easy”,

    “famous”,

    “gifted”,

    “helpful”,

    “important”,

    “inexpensive”,

    “mushy”,

    “odd”,

    “powerful”,

    “rich”,

    “shy”,

    “tender”,

    “uninterested”,

    “vast”,

    “wrong”,

    “angry”,

    “bewildered”,

    “clumsy”,

    “defeated”,

    “embarrassed”,

    “fierce”,

    “grumpy”,

    “helpless”,

    “itchy”,

    “jealous”,

    “lazy”,

    “mysterious”,

    “nervous”,

    “obnoxious”,

    “panicky”,

    “repulsive”,

    “scary”,

    “thoughtless”,

    “uptight”,

    “worried”,

    “agreeable”,

    “brave”,

    “calm”,

    “delightful”,

    “eager”,

    “faithful”,

    “gentle”,

    “happy”,

    “jolly”,

    “kind”,

    “lively”,

    “nice”,

    “obedient”,

    “proud”,

    “relieved”,

    “silly”,

    “thankful”,

    “victorious”,

    “witty”,

    “zealous”,

    “big”,

    “colossal”,

    “fat”,

    “gigantic”,

    “great”,

    “huge”,

    “immense”,

    “large”,

    “little”,

    “mammoth”,

    “massive”,

    “miniature”,

    “petite”,

    “puny”,

    “scrawny”,

    “short”,

    “small”,

    “tall”,

    “teeny”,

    “teeny-tiny”,

    “tiny”,

    “bitter”,

    “delicious”,

    “fresh”,

    “greasy”,

    “juicy”,

    “hot”,

    “icy”,

    “loose”,

    “melted”,

    “nutritious”,

    “prickly”,

    “rainy”,

    “rotten”,

    “salty”,

    “sticky”,

    “strong”,

    “sweet”,

    “tart”,

    “tasteless”,

    “uneven”,

    “weak”,

    “wet”,

    “wooden”,

    “yummy”

]

“last names”:

[

    “SMITH”,

    “JOHNSON”,

    “WILLIAMS”,

    “JONES”,

    “BROWN”,

    “DAVIS”,

    “MILLER”,

    “WILSON”,

    “MOORE”,

    “TAYLOR”,

    “ANDERSON”,

    “THOMAS”,

    “JACKSON”,

    “WHITE”,

    “HARRIS”,

    “MARTIN”,

    “THOMPSON”,

    “GARCIA”,

    “MARTINEZ”,

    “ROBINSON”,

    “CLARK”,

    “RODRIGUEZ”,

    “LEWIS”,

    “LEE”,

    “WALKER”,

    “HALL”,

    “ALLEN”,

    “HERNANDEZ”,

    “KING”,

    “LOPEZ”,

    “SCOTT”,

    “GREEN”,

    “ADAMS”,

    “BAKER”,

    “GONZALEZ”,

    “NELSON”,

    “CARTER”,

    “MITCHELL”,

    “PEREZ”,

    “ROBERTS”,

    “TURNER”,

    “PHILLIPS”,

    “CAMPBELL”,

    “PARKER”,

    “EVANS”,

    “EDWARDS”,

    “COLLINS”,

    “STEWART”,

    “SANCHEZ”,

    “MORRIS”,

    “ROGERS”,

    “REED”,

    “COOK”,

    “MORGAN”,

    “BELL”,

    “MURPHY”,

    “BAILEY”,

    “RIVERA”,

    “COOPER”,

    “RICHARDSON”,

    “COX”,

    “HOWARD”,

    “WARD”,

    “TORRES”,

    “PETERSON”,

    “GRAY”,

    “RAMIREZ”,

    “JAMES”,

    “WATSON”,

    “BROOKS”,

    “KELLY”,

    “SANDERS”,

    “PRICE”,

    “BENNETT”,

    “WOOD”,

    “BARNES”,

    “ROSS”,

    “HENDERSON”,

    “COLEMAN”,

    “JENKINS”,

    “PERRY”,

    “POWELL”,

    “LONG”,

    “PATTERSON”,

    “HUGHES”,

    “FLORES”,

    “WASHINGTON”,

    “BUTLER”,

    “SIMMONS”,

    “FOSTER”,

    “GONZALES”,

    “BRYANT”,

    “ALEXANDER”,

    “RUSSELL”,

    “GRIFFIN”,

    “DIAZ”,

    “HAYES”,

    “MYERS”,

    “FORD”,

    “HAMILTON”,

    “GRAHAM”,

    “SULLIVAN”,

    “WALLACE”,

    “WOODS”,

    “JORDAN”,

    “REYNOLDS”,

    “FISHER”,

    “HARRISON”,

    “GIBSON”,

    “MCDONALD”

]

}

TWITTER BOT 3: “hello Class”

{“origin”: “hello Class, you are #name.capitalize#, not #name.capitalize#. You like #verb#, not #verb#”,

“name”: [“Michelle”, “Jin He”, “Koji”, “Diana”, “Mellisa”, “Patrick”, “Annie”, “Jasel”, “Juno”, “Michael”, “Mona”, “Shevvark”],

“verb”: [

“working”,

“arriving”,

“leaving”,

    “sleeping”,

    “running”,

    “walking”,

    “loving”,

    “eating”,

    “forgetting”,

    “dancing”,

    “playing “,

    “killing”,

    “dreaming”,

    “asking”,

    “ordering”,

    “feeling”,

    “laughing”,

    “smoking”,

    “teaching”,

    “learning”,

“fighting”,

“whispering”,

“shouting”,

“screaming”

]

}

TWITTER BOY Nº 4. “Singers”

{ “origin”: “I am a #tree#, my leaves are #verb#, my roots are#verb#. Listen to my lyrics #lyrics#”,

“tree”:

    “Silk Tree”,

    “King Palm”,

    “Almond Tree”,

    “Apple Tree”,

    “Apricot Tree”,

    “Arborvitae”,

    “Oriental Cedar “,

    “Argan”,

    “Argan tree”,

    “goat-tree”,

    “Ash Trees”,

    “Aspen Tree “,

    “Pitch-apple”,

    “Avocado Tree”,

    “Myrtle”,

    “Cotton-seed Tree”,

    “Groundsel Tree”,

    “Baobab”,

    “Jacarandá”,

    “Silk Cotton Tree, “,

    “Red Cotton Tree “,

    “Algarrobo”,

    “Maya Nut”,

    “Bullet Tree”,

    “Black Olive Tree”,

    “Cacahuatl”,

    “Cocoa Plant\t”,

    “Laurel”,

    “Oregon Myrtle,”,

    “Mountain laurel”,

    “Cedar”,

    “Cedro”,

    “Cherry Tree”,

    “Chestnut Tree”,

    “Cinnamon Tree”,

    “Cypres”,

    “Grapefruit Tree”,

    “Jacaranda”,

    “Japanese Cedar”,

    “Laurel Tree”,

    “Maple Trees”,

    “Acer”,

    “Mayten Tree”,

    “Orangebark Tree”,

    “Maytenus”,

    “Oak Tree”,

    “Pine Tree”,

    “Silver-Oak Tree”,

    “Tamarind Tree”,

    “Tree of God”,

“Tree of Heaven”,

    “Roble Tree”,

    “Tulip Tree”,

    “Yucca Trees”

],

“verb”:

[

    “sleeping”,

    “running”,

    “walking”,

    “loving”,

    “eating”,

    “forgetting”,

    “dancing”,

    “playing “,

    “killing”,

    “dreaming”,

    “asking”,

    “ordering”,

    “feeling”,

    “laughing”,

    “smoking”,

    “teaching”,

    “learning”,

    “flying”,

    “burning”,

    “crying”,

    “playing”,

    “shouting”,

    “praying “,

    “fucking”,

    “taking”,

    “making love “,

    “reading “,

    “listening “,

    “writing”,

    “singing”,

“fighting”,

“whispering”,

“shouting”,

“screaming”

],

“lyrics”:

[

    “I Saw Her Standing There”,

    “Misery”,

    “Anna (Go To Him)”,

    “Chains”,

    “Boys”,

    “Ask Me Why”,

    “Please Please Me”,

    “Love Me Do”,

    “P.S. I Love You”,

    “Baby It’s You”,

    “Do You Want To Know A Secret”,

    “A Taste Of Honey”,

    “There’s A Place”,

    “Twist And Shout”,

    “It Won’t Be Long”,

    “All I’ve Got To Do”,

    “All My Loving”,

    “Don’t Bother Me”,

    “Little Child”,

    “Till There Was You”,

    “Roll Over Beethoven”,

    “Hold Me Tight”,

    “You Really Got A Hold On Me”,

    “I Wanna Be Your Man”,

    “Devil In Her Heart”,

    “Not A Second Time”,

    “Money (That’s What I Want)”,

    “I was born in the desert”,

    “I been down for years”,

    “Jesus, come closer”,

    “I think my time is near”,

    “And I’ve traveled over”,

    “Dry earth and floods”,

    “Hell and high water”,

    “To bring you my love”,

    “Climbed over mountains”,

    “Travelled the sea”,

    “Cast down off heaven”,

    “Cast down on my knees”,

    “I’ve laid with the devil”,

    “Cursed god above”,

    “Forsaken heaven”,

    “To bring you my love”,

    “I know he’s gonna be here”,

    “He know he’s gonna be here”,

    “Yeah alright”,

    “Forsaken heaven”,

    “Cursed god above”,

    “Lay with the devil”

]

}

TWITTER BOT 5: “Taboos”

{ “origin”: “I am bored of taboos, I want to talk about#taboos#”,

“taboos”: [“love”, “ancient people”, “communism”, “racism”, “trash”, ”money“, “religion” ]

]

}

TWITT BOT 6: “mmm”

{“origin”: ”#natives# were here before #others#”,

“natives”: [

    “toltecas”,

    “mayas”,

    “chibchas”,

    “incas”,

    “aztecs”,

    “aymara”,

    “mapuche”,

    “cherokee”

],

“others”: [

    “french”,

    “english”,

    “dutch”,

    “Irish”,

    “scottish”,

    “africans”,

    “norwegian”,

    “italians”,

    “spanish people”,

    “chinese”,

    “russians”

]

}