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Offline Game Girl

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discord bot language
« on: December 12, 2023, 02:04:39 AM »
I was going to put it in 'Recap - 12/11/2023 (TPiR at Night: College Kids)' but it seemed more of a technical error. The bot wayo learned the word bs. it is not like I have never heard a bad word before but usually when bot start doing that it occasionally lead to them doing other bad behaviour. granted I am not even sure what led the bot to use language like that I have not seen any language in the comments (as far as life chats on discord) as far as I noticed.

The second what I think a bot use the F word when describing a showcase. this one kind of shocked me because VHS seems to be more of an archive access one that seems to usually just give facts if the stuff happened in the past or not. (I really thought that thing was only able to access spreadsheets) does anyone know what is going on.
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Re: discord bot language
« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2023, 02:30:54 AM »
The bot is following its programming. Whenever somebody types "!j hollywood", the bot is programmed to respond with a non-PG quote that Drew jokingly said during the first taping at the new studio in response to George's new intro. A few users like to set it off at the start of every episode as tradition. There are other joke quotes about Eggland's Best and the Spiegel Catalog and various ads that pop up.

The second what I think a bot use the F word when describing a showcase. this one kind of shocked me because VHS seems to be more of an archive access one that seems to usually just give facts if the stuff happened in the past or not. (I really thought that thing was only able to access spreadsheets) does anyone know what is going on.

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