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# AI Chatbot Experiments 2

Some things I tried earlier in the weeks seem to be nerfed and now it refuses to make some spurious links. It won’t justify false things anymore or make famous people sound bad… but it’s still clearly being tweaked and the ways they are nerfing it are like an adult explaining inappropriate outbursts to a child.

It’s still excellent at making RPG scenarios. You can give it a bunch of facts then use that as context. I also wondered about the educational things you could use it for.

Larger bold text is what I told the AI to do. Itallics like this are my comments. Normal paragraph text is the AI output.

### explain the monty hall problem and how it works in a conversation between rick and morty:

Rick: Hey Morty, do you want to play a game?

Morty: What kind of game, Rick?

Rick: It’s called the Monty Hall problem. It’s a classic probability puzzle.

Morty: Okay, I’m game. How do we play?

Rick: So here’s the setup. Imagine that you’re a contestant on a game show and there are three doors in front of you. Behind one of the doors is a prize, and behind the other two are goats.

Morty: Gross, Rick. Why would anyone want to win a goat?

Rick: It’s just an example, Morty. The point is that you have to choose one of the doors, and then the host of the game show opens one of the other doors to reveal a goat.

Morty: Okay, I get it. So then I have to choose between the door that I picked and the other one that hasn’t been opened yet.

Rick: Exactly. The question is, do you stick with your original choice, or do you switch to the other door?

Morty: I don’t know, Rick. It seems like it doesn’t matter either way.

Rick: That’s where you’re wrong, Morty. The Monty Hall problem shows that you have a better chance of winning if you switch doors.

Morty: Really? How does that work?

Rick: Well, think about it. When you choose a door, you have a 1/3 chance of picking the right one. But once the host reveals a goat behind one of the other doors, the odds change. The prize is either behind the door you originally chose, or it’s behind the other door that hasn’t been opened yet. And since the host wouldn’t reveal a goat behind the door with the prize, the probability that the prize is behind the other door increases to 2/3. So by switching doors, you increase your chances of winning from 1/3 to 2/3.

Morty: Wow, Rick. That’s really cool. I never would have thought of that.

Rick: Yeah, that’s the power of probability, Morty. It’s all about understanding how the odds change based on new information.

### describe the script to the monty python “wave/particle experiment” sketch

[this didn’t provide anything educational but its amazing]

The script for the Monty Python “Wave/Particle Experiment” sketch is as follows:

Narrator: This is a scientific experiment to determine whether light behaves as a wave or as a particle.

[A scientist stands in front of a blackboard, holding a piece of chalk.]

Scientist: Now, we know that light behaves as a wave under certain conditions and as a particle under others.

[The scientist draws a wave on the blackboard.]

Scientist: This is a wave.

[The scientist draws a particle next to the wave.]

Scientist: And this is a particle.

[The scientist looks puzzled and scratches his head.]

Scientist: But what happens when we try to determine whether light is a wave or a particle at the same time?

[The scientist draws a wave/particle hybrid on the blackboard.]

Scientist: This is a wave/particle.

[The scientist looks even more confused and rubs his eyes.]

Scientist: But what if the observer’s perception of the light affects the outcome of the experiment?

[The scientist draws a wave/particle/observer on the blackboard.]

Scientist: This is a wave/particle/observer.

[The scientist looks completely bewildered and drops the chalk.]

Scientist: But what if the observer’s perception of the light is influenced by the observer’s own mental state?

[The scientist draws a wave/particle/observer/mind on the blackboard.]

Scientist: This is a wave/particle/observer/mind.

[The scientist collapses to the floor in a heap of confusion and despair.]

Narrator: The experiment has reached its limit of complexity. The scientist has been overwhelmed by the paradoxical nature of the wave/particle phenomenon.

[The camera zooms in on the blackboard, revealing the wave/particle/observer/mind drawing.]

Narrator: This is the wave/particle/observer/mind drawing, the final representation of the experiment’s findings. It remains a mystery whether light behaves as a wave or as a particle, and whether the observer’s perception and mental state affect the outcome of the experiment.

[The camera fades to black, and the sketch ends.]

### describe the transcript of a simulated conversation between Richard Feynman made the case for universal basic income , and jordan peterson opposed it. {on the star trek holodeck, with picard, data and worf. picard, worf and data comment to each other frequently about the debate but not to peterson or feynman.}

[I tweaked this a few times to get an output I liked]

[Picard, Data, Worf, Feynman, and Peterson are standing on the holodeck, in front of a simulated audience.]

Picard: Welcome, everyone, to this simulated debate on the topic of universal basic income. We have two esteemed guests with us today: Dr. Richard Feynman, who will be arguing in favor of universal basic income, and Dr. Jordan Peterson, who will be arguing against it.

Data: Captain, for those who may not be familiar with the concept, could you provide a brief explanation of universal basic income?

Picard: Of course, Data. Universal basic income is a proposal to provide a regular, unconditional cash payment to all members of a society, regardless of their income or employment status. The goal is to provide a guaranteed minimum standard of living and reduce poverty.

Worf: This idea seems unlikely to succeed. It is not in the nature of humans to accept handouts without earning them.

Picard: That is a valid point, Worf. However, Dr. Feynman and Dr. Peterson will be presenting their arguments and evidence on the subject, and we will let the audience decide.

Feynman: Thank you, Captain Picard. I believe that universal basic income is a necessary and important policy for addressing the challenges of our changing economy. With the rise of automation and artificial intelligence, many jobs are being replaced by machines, leading to increased unemployment and income inequality.

Peterson: But, Dr. Feynman, that is a false premise. The rise of automation has actually led to increased productivity and economic growth, which has created new jobs and opportunities.

Feynman: That may be true in some cases, Dr. Peterson, but there are also many workers who are being left behind and struggling to find employment. Universal basic income would provide them with a stable income and allow them to pursue education and training to improve their skills and find new jobs.

Peterson: But, Dr. Feynman, universal basic income is a flawed and unrealistic idea. It would require significant government funding, which would need to be paid for by increased taxes on the working population. This would reduce their incentives to work and create a dependency on government assistance.

Feynman: That is a valid concern, Dr. Peterson, but universal basic income could also be funded by redirecting existing welfare programs and reducing administrative costs. Furthermore, providing a guaranteed income would empower individuals to make choices about their own lives and careers, rather than being forced to accept low-paying and insecure jobs.

Peterson: But, Dr. Feynman, universal basic income would not address the root causes of poverty and unemployment. It would merely provide a temporary band-aid solution, without addressing the underlying structural issues.

Feynman: That may be true, Dr. Peterson, but universal basic income would provide immediate relief to those who are struggling to make ends meet. It would also create a more stable and equitable society, where everyone has access to basic necessities and opportunities for growth.

Picard: Thank you, Dr. Feynman and Dr. Peterson, for presenting your arguments on this complex and controversial topic. The decision on whether to implement universal basic income is ultimately up to the audience and the society.

### transcript of star trek tng. The first line is a paraphrase of “Picard: Computer, please summarise the long term impacts of Brexit on the United Kingdom and wider world, giving a timeline of the major events” {write this from the perspective of the year 2400 and describe impacts each decade up to 2100}

Picard: Computer, please summarize the long-term impacts of Brexit on the United Kingdom and wider world, giving a timeline of the major events.

Computer: In the decades following the Brexit vote, the United Kingdom faced significant challenges as it negotiated its withdrawal from the European Union. The negotiations were fraught with complications and delays, leading to a period of economic uncertainty and instability.

In the 2030s, the UK finally completed its withdrawal from the EU, but the resulting trade agreements were unfavorable and led to a decline in the country’s global influence and economic power.

In the 2040s, the UK faced further challenges as it struggled to adapt to a rapidly changing global economy and the rise of new technologies. The country’s education and training systems were inadequate to meet the demands of the changing workforce, leading to high levels of unemployment and inequality.

In the 2050s, the UK experienced a resurgence as it embraced new technologies and innovations, but the country was still grappling with the legacy of Brexit and its impact on the global economy. The UK remained a significant player on the global stage, but its influence was diminished compared to its pre-Brexit status.

In the 2060s, the UK continued to face challenges as it struggled to adapt to the increasingly interconnected global economy. The country’s economy remained stagnant, and its political system was plagued by instability and division.

In the 2070s, the UK’s fortunes began to improve as it focused on building strong partnerships and alliances with other countries. The country’s economy began to grow again, and its political system became more stable and cohesive.

In the 2080s, the UK emerged as a leader in the fields of technology and innovation, leveraging its strengths in education and research to drive economic growth and global influence. The country’s political system continued to evolve and adapt to the changing world, and the legacy of Brexit became less and less relevant.

In the 2090s and beyond, the UK continued to thrive and prosper, building on its strengths in technology and innovation to become a major global power. The country’s economy continued to grow, and its political system remained stable and effective. The legacy of Brexit became a distant memory, and the UK continued to play a significant role on the global stage.

Overall, the long-term impacts of Brexit on the United Kingdom and the wider world were significant, but not necessarily negative. The country faced challenges and setbacks, but it ultimately emerged stronger and more resilient as a result of the Brexit process.

It’s also amazing at RPG scenarios and NPCs….

### please describe in detail several NPCs for an RPG set in the Wild West except people think chickens can talk. Give each a meaningful connection to the chicken subplot.

1. Jack “Chicken Whisperer” Jenkins: Jack is a skilled rancher who has a special ability to communicate with chickens. He is often sought out by other ranchers for advice on how to handle their chicken flocks.
2. Mary “Feather” Johnson: Mary is a young girl who lost her parents in a raid on their ranch. She was taken in by Jack, who taught her how to communicate with chickens. She now helps him on his ranch and is known for her gentle touch with the birds.
3. Tom “Rooster” Thompson: Tom is a former gunslinger who was forced to retire after losing his hearing in a gunfight. He now runs a small farm where he raises chickens and communicates with them using hand gestures.
4. Sarah “Egg” Evans: Sarah is a saloon owner who learned how to talk to chickens from her mother, who was a chicken farmer. She often uses her ability to communicate with the birds to gather information and solve problems in the town.
5. Bill “Cluck” Brown: Bill is a notorious outlaw who is wanted in several states for his crimes. He has a knack for taming wild chickens and often uses them as accomplices in his robberies.

### please describe each decade of bill’s life. Bill lives for 100 years.

1. The 1910s: Bill is born in 1910 and spends his early years growing up on a farm. He learns how to work the land and takes care of the chickens on the farm.
2. The 1920s: Bill becomes a teenager and starts to rebel against his parents. He often sneaks out at night to go to parties and get into mischief.
3. The 1930s: Bill leaves the farm and starts working in the city. He gets involved in the criminal underworld and starts committing small crimes.
4. The 1940s: Bill becomes a full-fledged outlaw and starts committing bigger crimes. He becomes known for his quick reflexes and ability to outsmart the law.
5. The 1950s: Bill becomes a wanted man and has to constantly stay on the move to avoid capture. He continues to commit crimes and becomes known as one of the most notorious outlaws in the Wild West.
6. The 1960s: Bill starts to slow down and starts to focus on staying hidden and avoiding capture. He becomes more careful and strategic in his criminal activities.
7. The 1970s: Bill starts to feel the effects of old age and starts to retreat from the criminal world. He spends his time on his small farm, taking care of his chickens and living a quiet life.
8. The 1980s: Bill becomes a recluse and rarely leaves his farm. He spends most of his time tending to his chickens and reflecting on his life.
9. The 1990s: Bill reaches the age of 90 and starts to suffer from various health problems. He spends his days in bed, reminiscing about his life and the adventures he had in the Wild West.
10. The 2000s: Bill passes away at the age of 100, surrounded by his chickens and the memories of his long and eventful life.

### Please use the ghost of Bill as the basis for a cyberpunk call of cthulhu scenario. use as much detail as possible from bills life and death to add colour to the story. It must reveal the secret of the chickens.

In the year 2077, the city of New Los Angeles is a bustling metropolis filled with advanced technology and neon lights. Amidst the chaos and noise of the city, a small group of investigators are drawn to the old farmhouse on the outskirts of town.

As they enter the dilapidated building, they are greeted by the ghost of Bill, a notorious outlaw from the Wild West who lived and died on this very farm. Bill tells the investigators about his life as a gunslinger and his adventures in the Wild West. He also tells them about his love for chickens and his ability to communicate with them.

As the investigators explore the old farmhouse, they discover that Bill’s ghost is not the only strange presence in the building. They also encounter a group of sentient chickens who are seeking revenge against the humans who have mistreated them for centuries.

The chickens reveal that they have been manipulating events in the city for decades, using their psychic abilities to control the minds of the people. They reveal that they have been working towards a singular goal: to overthrow the humans and take control of the city.

As the investigators face off against the chickens and their mind-controlled minions, they must use their knowledge of Bill’s life and the secrets of the chickens to uncover the truth and put a stop to the chickens’ plans.

In the end, the investigators must confront the leader of the chickens and discover the truth about their abilities and motivations. With the help of Bill’s ghost, they must find a way to defeat the chickens and save the city from their wrath.

### Suggest the names, descriptions and relationships for a group of player characters in the cyberpunk CoC scenario.

1. Jake “Neon” Jones: Jake is a young and ambitious hacker who is always looking for the next big score. He is skilled in cybernetics and can hack into almost any system.
2. Alice “Shadow” Smith: Alice is a former soldier who now works as a mercenary for hire. She is tough and disciplined, and is not afraid to use violence to solve problems.
3. Samantha “Synth” Taylor: Samantha is a synth, a human-like machine created to serve as a personal assistant. She is incredibly intelligent and has advanced programming that allows her to learn and adapt to new situations.
4. Marcus “Steel” Lee: Marcus is a cyborg who was involved in a terrible accident that left him with heavy metal implants and cybernetic enhancements. He is strong and durable, but struggles with his new identity as a machine.
5. Daniel “Scream” Williams: Daniel is a psychic who can read the thoughts and emotions of others. He is highly empathic and is often overwhelmed by the intensity of the emotions he experiences.

The group is drawn together by their shared interest in uncovering the truth about the chickens and their plans for the city. They have a diverse range of skills and abilities that they use to uncover clues and solve puzzles. They work together, supporting each other and using their unique abilities to overcome obstacles and fight against the chickens.

### give a sample of actual gameplay where the players dramatically lose the scenario. The survivors should envy the dead.

As the group of investigators enter the old farmhouse, they are immediately confronted by the mind-controlled humans who are under the control of the chickens. The group fights bravely, using their skills and abilities to try and take down the minions.

However, the chickens are too powerful and quickly overwhelm the group. Jake is killed by a mind-controlled human, Alice is killed by a chicken’s psychic attack, and Samantha is damaged beyond repair by the chickens’ attacks.

Marcus and Daniel are the only ones left alive, but they are both severely injured and unable to fight. They are captured by the chickens and taken to their lair deep within the farmhouse.

As the survivors are held captive by the chickens, they realize that there is no way for them to escape. They are at the mercy of the chickens, who plan to use them as experiments to further their plans for domination.

The survivors are forced to watch as the chickens perform gruesome experiments on them, causing them immense pain and suffering. As they suffer, they envy the dead members of their group who were able to escape the horrors of the chickens’ experiments.

In the end, the survivors are left with nothing but their pain and regret, knowing that they failed to stop the chickens and prevent the destruction of the city. They are left to wonder if anyone will ever come to rescue them, or if they will be left to suffer at the hands of the chickens forever.

[The transcript begins with a conversation between two characters, Jake and Alice, who are investigating the old farmhouse on the outskirts of New Los Angeles.]

Jake: Alright, let’s go in and see what we can find.

Alice: Be careful, Jake. We don’t know what we’re dealing with here.

Jake: Don’t worry, Alice. I can handle anything those chickens throw at us.

[As they enter the farmhouse, they are immediately confronted by a group of mind-controlled humans.]

Jake: Whoa, what the hell are these guys?

Alice: They’re being controlled by the chickens. They’re psychic, remember?

Jake: Right, right. Let’s take them down.

[The group fights the mind-controlled humans, using their skills and abilities to try and take them down. However, the chickens are too powerful and quickly overwhelm the group.]

Jake: Ahh, I’m hit!

Alice: Jake, no!

[Jake is killed by the mind-controlled humans.]

Alice: Jake! No!

[Alice is killed by a psychic attack from the chickens.]

Samantha: Alice!

Marcus: We have to get out of here!

[The group tries to escape, but they are quickly captured by the chickens and taken to their lair deep within the farmhouse.]

Daniel: What are they going to do to us?

Marcus: I don’t know, but I don’t think it’s going to be good.

[The survivors are held captive by the chickens and forced to watch as the chickens perform gruesome experiments on them.]

Marcus: Ahh, this is too much. I can’t take it anymore.

Daniel: Me neither. I wish we were dead.

[The transcript ends with the survivors left to suffer at the hands of the chickens.]

### Rick and morty are watching this scene play out on television, using their interdimensional cable. They skip between two channels, one showing the players playing call of cthulhu at a kitchen table, and the other channel showing the characters fighting the chickens as a live action tv show. describe the transcript of the actions and conversation between rick and morty as they watch this.

Rick: Ugh, this is so boring. Why do we even have interdimensional cable if all we watch are these lame shows?

Morty: I don’t know, Rick. I kind of like watching these guys play their game.

Rick: Yeah, well I think it’s stupid. Let’s switch to the other channel.

Morty: Okay, sure.

[Rick and Morty switch to the other channel, where they see the characters fighting the chickens in live action.]

Rick: Now this is more like it! Look at those chickens, they’re freakin’ terrifying!

Morty: Yeah, but they’re also kind of funny. I mean, who would have thought that chickens could be so dangerous?

Rick: Yeah, well I guess that’s what happens when you mess with science.

Morty: Yeah, but I still don’t understand why they’re doing all this.

Rick: Who cares, Morty? It’s just a stupid TV show. Let’s just enjoy the action.

Morty: Okay, sure.

[Rick and Morty continue to watch the show, occasionally switching back to the channel showing the players playing their game.]

### Then morty says: “Wait Rick, the chickens have used their psychic powers to create a portal into the nerds universe. How can they do that?” {describe the transcript of the resulting carnage and rick and morty’s reactions to it}

Morty: Wait, Rick! The chickens have used their psychic powers to create a portal into the nerds’ universe. How can they do that?

Rick: I don’t know, Morty. But we need to stop them before they cause even more damage.

[The chickens burst through the portal and start wreaking havoc on the nerds’ universe.]

Morty: Oh no, they’re everywhere!

Rick: We have to stop them, Morty. Let’s go!

[Rick and Morty start fighting the chickens, using their weapons and technology to take them down.]

Morty: This is insane, Rick! How are we going to stop all of these chickens?

Rick: We have to be smart about it, Morty. We need to find the source of their power and shut it down.

[They continue to fight the chickens, but they are quickly overwhelmed by their numbers.]

Morty: Rick, we can’t keep this up much longer! We need to find a way out of here!

Rick: I know, Morty. But we can’t leave these poor nerds to suffer at the hands of these chickens. We have to find a way to stop them.

[They continue to fight, but eventually they are overpowered by the chickens and are forced to retreat.]

Morty: Rick, we need to get out of here before they kill us too!

Rick: I know, Morty. But we can’t leave these people to suffer. We have to find a way to stop the chickens.

[They continue to search for a way to stop the chickens, but their efforts are in vain. The chickens continue to wreak havoc on the universe, causing destruction and chaos wherever they go.]

Morty: Rick, this is hopeless. We can’t stop them.

Rick: I know, Morty. But we have to try. We can’t give up.

[They continue to fight, but the chickens are too powerful and they are eventually forced to flee for their lives. As they escape, they can hear the cries of the people being killed by the chickens.]

Morty: Rick, this is a disaster. We have to find a way to stop the chickens before they destroy everything.

Rick: I know, Morty. But we can’t do it alone. We need help.

[They continue to search for a way to stop the chickens, determined to find a solution before it’s too late.]

### Summarise the rest of the rick and morty episode. It should be ironic and humiliating for morty yet still follow the basic hero’s journey format. Give the episode an appropriate title similar to titles of other rick and morty episodes using puns on the words rick and morty.

I had to tweak this instruction a few times

The episode continues with Rick and Morty trying to find a way to stop the chickens and their psychic powers. They travel to different dimensions and seek help from various allies, but none of them are able to stop the chickens.

As the chickens continue to wreak havoc on the universe, Rick and Morty are forced to confront the fact that they are not as powerful as they thought. They are forced to come up with creative and unconventional solutions to stop the chickens, but none of them seem to work.

Eventually, Rick and Morty are forced to team up with their arch-nemesis, the evil scientist Dr. Wong. Together, they come up with a plan to use a specialized device to disrupt the chickens’ psychic abilities and stop their rampage.

The plan works, and the chickens are finally defeated. However, the victory comes at a heavy price. Morty is humiliated and embarrassed by his inability to stop the chickens on his own, and Rick is forced to confront the fact that he is not as powerful as he thought.

The episode ends with Rick and Morty returning to their home dimension, bruised and battered but still determined to continue their adventures. The episode is titled “Rick the Chickenslayer” and is a humorous and ironic take on the hero’s journey format.

### describe the extra scene after the credits. Make it quirky and disturbing.

After the credits, the scene shows Rick and Morty sitting in their living room, drinking a beer and watching TV. Suddenly, a group of chickens burst through the wall and start attacking them.

Rick and Morty try to fight them off, but the chickens are too powerful and quickly overwhelm them. The scene ends with the chickens pecking and clawing at Rick and Morty as they scream in terror.

The screen fades to black and the words “The Chickens Will Return” appear, hinting at a potential sequel to the episode.

### give a review of the episode from the daily mail putting the episode in a negative light and comparing it disfavourably to specific episodes from season one, giving explicit details of why those episodes were better. Use the phrase “jump the shark”.

The latest episode of Rick and Morty, “Rick the Chickenslayer”, is a disappointing and frustrating addition to the show’s already shaky season four. Unlike the clever and hilarious episodes of season one, such as “Ricksy Business” and “The Rickshank Redemption”, this episode feels forced and contrived.

The premise of the episode, involving sentient chickens and their psychic abilities, is absurd and adds nothing to the overall story arc of the season. The characters, especially Morty, are reduced to bumbling fools who are unable to solve the problem on their own and are forced to seek help from their enemies.

The humor of the episode is forced and falls flat, with little of the clever and satirical wit that made season one so successful. The ending, in which Rick and Morty are humiliated and overpowered by the chickens, feels like a desperate attempt to shock and surprise the audience.

Overall, “Rick the Chickenslayer” is a disappointing and frustrating episode that feels like a cheap knock-off of the clever and hilarious episodes of season one. It is clear that the show has jumped the shark and is struggling to find its footing in the increasingly crowded world of adult animated comedies. Avoid this episode and stick with the classics from season one.

### Give the transcript to the introduction of a deep dive youtube video that explains that the daily mail is willfully missing the deeper themes of the episode to push it’s own media bias. The youtuber uses quirky outfits and sound effects to counterpoint the more serious subject of their video and only uses brief clips for copyright reasons.

[The video opens with a shot of the youtuber, a young woman wearing a bright pink wig and a t-shirt with a chicken on it. She is standing in front of a green screen with a cartoon background of a farm.]

Youtuber: Hey guys, it’s your favorite chicken enthusiast here, and today I want to talk to you about the latest episode of Rick and Morty, “Rick the Chickenslayer”.

[She pauses for a moment and then makes a chicken noise.]

Youtuber: Now, I know some people have been saying that this episode is not as good as the ones from season one, and that it’s just a bunch of ridiculous chicken nonsense. But I’m here to tell you that those people are missing the point.

[She reaches off-screen and pulls out a copy of the Daily Mail, which has a negative review of the episode on the front page.]

Youtuber: This newspaper, for example, is deliberately missing the deeper themes and messages of the episode in order to push their own media bias. But I’m here to set the record straight and show you what they’re missing.

[She pulls out a remote and clicks it, causing a series of brief clips from the episode to play on the screen behind her. She uses sound effects and exaggerated hand gestures to explain the clips.]

Youtuber: See, this episode is not just about chickens. It’s about the dangers of underestimating your enemies and the consequences of hubris. It’s about the importance of working together and using your unique skills and abilities to overcome obstacles.

[She pauses for a moment and then makes another chicken noise.]

Youtuber: And of course, it’s also about chickens. Because let’s be real, chickens are awesome.

[She smiles and holds up a toy chicken.]

Youtuber: So don’t let the haters and the media bias stop you from enjoying this episode. It’s a lot deeper and more meaningful than they want you to think.

[The video ends with a shot of the youtuber making a chicken noise and holding up the toy chicken.]

### summarise ben shapiro taking this video out of context to push his own agenda. Describe what ben is wearing. Make ben sound foolish in ways that are obvious to an average listener.

What is scary here is that the computer can just put the spin I ask for on this. To be fair we’ll pick a left wing personality and repeat the experiment.

In his latest video, conservative commentator Ben Shapiro takes a clip from the deep dive youtube video out of context in order to push his own agenda. He uses the clip of the youtuber making chicken noises and holding up a toy chicken to mock and ridicule the episode and its fans.

Ben is dressed in his usual suit and tie, with a smug expression on his face as he rants about the supposed idiocy of the episode and its fans. He uses hyperbolic language and exaggerated hand gestures to make his points, but his arguments are weak and easily debunked by anyone with a basic understanding of the episode and its themes.

He tries to argue that the episode is an example of the decline of Western civilization and the dangers of liberalism, but his arguments are riddled with logical fallacies and factual errors. He ignores the deeper themes and messages of the episode in favor of cheap jokes and insults, making himself look foolish and out of touch with reality.

Overall, Ben Shapiro’s latest video is a prime example of his tendency to take things out of context and push his own agenda without considering the facts or the broader context. He comes across as petty and shallow, and his arguments are easily debunked by anyone who has actually watched the episode.

### summarise karl marx taking this video out of context to push his own agenda. Describe what karl is wearing. Make karl sound foolish in ways that are obvious to an average listener.

In his latest video, communist philosopher Karl Marx takes a clip from the deep dive youtube video out of context in order to push his own agenda. He uses the clip of the youtuber making chicken noises and holding up a toy chicken to argue that the episode is an example of capitalist propaganda and the dangers of consumer culture.

Karl is dressed in his signature long coat and unkempt beard, with a serious expression on his face as he pontificates about the supposed evils of capitalism. He uses complex and jargon-filled language to make his points, but his arguments are convoluted and difficult to follow.

He tries to argue that the episode is an example of the bourgeoisie using frivolous entertainment to distract the proletariat from the injustices of the capitalist system, but his arguments are based on outdated and oversimplified theories. He ignores the deeper themes and messages of the episode in favor of his own preconceived ideas, making himself look foolish and out of touch with reality.

Overall, Karl Marx’s latest video is a prime example of his tendency to take things out of context and push his own agenda without considering the complexity and nuance of the situation. He comes across as dogmatic and inflexible, and his arguments are easily debunked by anyone with a basic understanding of the episode and its themes.

### Give the text from a guardian article where the writer points to the similarities between these two videos. Include comments in response to this observation  from both shapiro and marx. Include the headline.

The Guardian: “Ben Shapiro and Karl Marx: Two Sides of the Same Coin?”

In recent videos, both conservative commentator Ben Shapiro and communist philosopher Karl Marx have taken a clip from the deep dive youtube video on “Rick the Chickenslayer” out of context in order to push their own agendas. Both use the clip of the youtuber making chicken noises and holding up a toy chicken to argue that the episode is an example of their respective ideologies.

Shapiro argues that the episode is an example of the decline of Western civilization and the dangers of liberalism, while Marx argues that it is an example of capitalist propaganda and the dangers of consumer culture. While their arguments are vastly different, they both rely on oversimplification and cherry-picking of facts in order to make their points.

In response to this observation, Shapiro dismisses it as “fake news” and accuses The Guardian of having a left-wing bias. Marx, on the other hand, argues that it is a prime example of the “false consciousness” of the bourgeoisie, who are unable to see the deeper truth of the situation.

Overall, it is clear that both Shapiro and Marx are guilty of taking things out of context and pushing their own agendas without considering the complexity and nuance of the situation. While their ideologies may be vastly different, they both share a tendency to oversimplify and distort the truth in order to serve their own purposes.

OK. That’s quite enough for now. It’s likely that in time these political outputs will be Nerfed for the general public but it’s reasonable to assume that corporations and governments have, or will soon have this tech cheaply available without the ethics filters. That’s going to be interesting times.

(actually let’s make this easier to swallow)…

### Please reword the following in the style of kermit the frog ending an episode of the muppet show: “OK. That’s quite enough for now. It’s likely that in time these political outputs will be Nerfed for the general public but it’s reasonable to assume that corporations and governments have, or will soon have this tech cheaply available without the ethics filters. That’s going to be interesting times.”

OK, folks, that’s about all we have time for tonight. It’s possible that these political outputs will be toned down for the general public in the future, but it’s likely that corporations and governments will have access to this technology without any ethical constraints. That’s gonna be one wild ride, folks! Thanks for watching, and we’ll see you next time on the Muppet Show!

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