Night Train to Robot Fine

Robot. Ran all the way to Twitter... with CheapBotsDoneQuick, and a Tracery grammar.

Night Train to Robot Fine is a Twitter and Mastodon bot created by Serin Delaunay.

This bot riffs on the melodramatic closing line of the film Red Zone Cuba, also known as Night Train to Mundo Fine, which was featured in an especially painful episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

The line was “Griffin… ran all the way to hell, with a penny, and a broken cigarette.” This bot randomly replaces the name, verb, destination, possessions, and punctuation.

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Serin Delaunay

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