MarkovFilter generates comments based on a Markov Chain model of mefite comment histories. This idea was implemented once previously by majcher under the name Genefilter (origin), since abandoned.

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The distinction folks generally make is the input. The problem could be some sample bias here depending on which tracks they liked at the loop string again, this time times three to represent the slower, normal, and faster version. At the start: XXoXXoXXoXXoXoXo XXoXXoXXoXXoXoXo XXoXXoXXoXXoXoXo But then this contradicts that: It is easy to use what tools we do have to put that to bed and get received poorly and/or deleted. You're posting the atheist equivalent of Millard Fillmore Mallard Fillmore. Like a duck. This is more AskMe "should I buy myself whatever I need, more than a proportionally ridiculously generous chance at fundamentally changing your situation for you, but please do not have the right thing). I don't think much of anybody really wants to be Ender by the end lopped off.