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2016 Election: Bet She's Not Your Girlfriend!


Is it just me or is the 2016 election the blowjob we never wanted to give? Can't we just get it over with? Can't we just jump to the end?

Thanks to this cloud sourced supercomputer, maybe we can.
"UNU," an artificial hive mind that makes predictions based off of swarm intelligence, hosted an AMA ("Ask Me Anything") session on Reddit on Wednesday to answer questions about American politics. This is the first time a "hive mind" has been featured in an AMA.

Despite the fact that UNU isn't actually a person capable of independent thought, UNU has a fairly decent track record when it comes to predictions. UNU was able to correctly guess the superfecta (first four finishers) of the Kentucky Derby, as well as over three fourths of the Academy Award winners from this past year.

Here's some of what UNU came up with when asked about politics and the 2016 election (for the full thread of questions and answers, click here):
  • Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States.
  • She will not be indicted, but she is quite crooked.
  • Bernie Sanders is the most suited for the presidency, but has no chance of winning.
  • Donald Trump is a racist and nothing like Ronald Reagan.
  • Donald Trump will select Chris Christie as a running mate.
  • California will legalize marijuana.


OK, so it's Hillary. Now go away election season. I'm just not that into you.

"I'd rather die, than satisfy their curiosity
I'm kind of shy and dry, and verging on ugly
They wonder what that I have got, that they have not
They'll never understand that none of that matters"

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  1. Hehehehe, the labels you wrote for this blog is too funny!

    Happy Friday!!

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  2. I always like to add those little touches! Happy Monday Princess!

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