NationStates Jolt Archive

Random name generator makes humerous results

22-01-2005, 01:21
Well after having the random name generator make some slighty silly results, I thought it would be intersting to have a place to post some of these results.

One I had recently in the "Budget Time: Accountants Excited" issue went:

"Hey, I've got a crazy idea," says noted libertarian and bird-watcher Max Jong-Il . "How about the government stops taking so much tax from people? Give us a tax cut and we'll buy the things we need ourselves. People need to be weaned off the government teat!"

Y'know... these random names. Someone with the last name of Jong-Il does not exactly sound like a libertarian to me. I chuckled a bit when I read it.

So if you have any random names that have had funny results appear, post 'em here!
Enchanted Toasters
22-01-2005, 03:00
I can't name any specific instances, but sometimes it will generate a female name and then later say "he" in reference to it.
22-01-2005, 09:45
I had it say "Bob Something-Or-Other, your sister" once.
22-01-2005, 12:43
I had it say "Bob Something-Or-Other, your sister" once.
Yeah, I got one like that once.
22-01-2005, 12:51
I got an issue this morning, reading: "Abraham Jong-Il, who tags along to any demonstration she can find"

Poor girl.
30-01-2005, 21:30
heh, I got Al Bush, though I don't remember what he advocated.
31-01-2005, 12:27
I've had: "Charity Jong-Il" "Bill Jong-Il" and "Max Christmas"
31-01-2005, 12:37
I actually once got George W. Bush, but he was on the far left side of the energy issue. It was quite ironic.
31-01-2005, 13:14
I've had Gregory Rubin dressed in leather advocating the use of whips and chains before.
31-01-2005, 14:00
I've had Gregory Rubin dressed in leather advocating the use of whips and chains before.
We're talking about issues here, Myrth, not personal experiences. You of all people should know to keep on topic.
09-02-2005, 23:26
Yeah, I've had Max Barry (not the 1st birthday one, a different one) and George W. Bush in the past. Sure cheered me up!
Greater Boblandia
10-02-2005, 02:43
Heh heh, those are nothing. I got this just yesterday:

"In these days of terror and uncertainty, it's exactly what we need," says Thomas Jefferson, signing an arrest warrant. "Every pervert, terrorist, bomb-building maniac and anti-government idiot is currently online. I'm not saying that we should block citizens from seeing it, but let's also watch who's seeking it out. This will give our law enforcement officers the chance to prevent crimes before they happen. If you've done nothing wrong, you've got nothing to hide."

Good ol' TJ, making sure that the government keeps those malcontents in line.

Nice to see that the random name generator has a sense of humor.
10-02-2005, 03:39
I once had the "same" person advocating the first and second (polar) choices... 'twas funny to see! :p
Evil Woody Thoughts
10-02-2005, 06:50
A couple of weeks ago, someone reported that the random name generator had George W. Bush come out in favor of abortion, hehehe.

I dismiss most of my issues, except for a couple of issues that I really want to get to reduce my taxes, so I probably don't catch all the funny stuff the random name generator throws at me.
10-02-2005, 08:21
--"Animals have feelings too!" yelled protestor Fleur Fellow, before being set upon by hungry passers-by. "Free the animals! Ban meat-eating!--

--"'Ey there, you stupid townie, what about us?" shouts Farmer's Union Leader Fleur Nagasawa, waving a pitchfork from atop a combine harvester parked outside.--
10-02-2005, 09:52

I got Johann Gutenberg. Almost the name of the guy who invented the printing press.

Best thing was, in the issue he was a freelance writer.