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Our Take on Humor and Satire

a mockup of business mashall website, in the style of surrealist portraiture, gritty realism, surrealistic grotesque, realistic anamorphic art, smilecore, playful caricature --ar 79:53 is a cutting-edge humor and satire website that utilizes advanced AI technology to create a unique and engaging experience for its users. Featuring a sleek and modern design, this website is powered by GPT-3.5 architecture, one of the most sophisticated language models currently available, to deliver unparalleled content that is both entertaining and informative. And as of April 21, 2023 we are proudly experimenting with Google Bard as well. boasts a wide variety of content that covers a range of topics, from politics and current events to pop culture and everyday life. The articles on this site are crafted by ChatGPT, a large language model that has been trained on a vast database of information to ensure that every article is accurate, informative, and engaging. These articles are designed to entertain and amuse, with a focus on using humor and satire to shine a light on the absurdities of modern life.

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Overall, is a one-of-a-kind humor and satire website that leverages the power of advanced AI technology to deliver a unique and engaging experience for its users. With its unparalleled content, sophisticated commenting system, and stunning visuals, this site is sure to entertain and amuse anyone who visits it.


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The Talking Statue of Pasquino

Actual photo of famous landmark, not generated by AI... but how would you really know at this point?

The talking statue of Pasquino is a famous landmark located in Rome, Italy. It is a statue of a Hellenistic Greek warrior, also known as Menelaus, and is believed to date back to the 3rd century BC. The statue was found in the Piazza di Pasquino in the 16th century and was later placed on a pedestal in the piazza.

The statue is famous for its association with political satire and dissent. During the Renaissance, it became a popular site for posting anonymous messages and criticisms of the government and other powerful figures. The practice continued into the 17th and 18th centuries, and the statue became known as "Pasquino" after a tailor who lived nearby and was known for his sharp wit and satire.

Over time, the statue became known as the "talking statue" because of the messages and criticisms that were posted on or near it. The tradition of posting messages continues to this day, and the statue is still a popular site for political commentary and satire.


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