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Betty & Jorge’s Story: Complete! (According to AI)

September 21st, 2019

I have SO MUCH story left to write, but I have so little time do write in in. In particular, I never got around to finishing Betty’s story with Jorge… and I’m worried that the three most obvious possible endings are, well, obvious.

But fear not! I’ve decided to let an AI finish the story for me. I found this cool online utility called “Talk To Transformer“, which claims to use “modern neural network” in order to complete a piece of text that start off with. After inputting some basic facts of Betty and Jorge’s story, it finished it off for me, and I couldn’t be happier. THE FOLLOWING IS OFFICIALLY CANON!

DAMMIT! WHAT DOES SHE SAY?! Shit, looks like I’ll have to write the story myself afterall!

Seriously though, this utility created a few gems. These include:

  • Jorge, CEO of Durochi Tech, started dating Betty, Valedictorian of their high school Class of 1967. She treated him like trash, but he seems to have forgiven her. Now they’ve been dating for about a year, and Jorge asked Betty to marry him. She says yes. He tells the reader that she was very young at the time and is “just one of those girls that have to learn how to be a little bit different in this world.” Jorge then gives her a bouquet of flowers, one of which says, “Congratulations to you Betty, great girl!”
    The next chapter tells of what happened when Jorge had his marriage proposal. He finds out that Valedictorian, he now refers to as Betty, went up to the stage manager and complained to him about how she was “taking all those boys away from me.” The man tells her that if she doesn’t like it then she could just walk away, but she just walked away. They then get married when Valedictor asks permission and Jorge gives him the wedding ring (of Betty’s) saying “This is the best wedding I
  • Jorge, CEO of Durochi Tech, started dating Betty, Valedictorian of their high school Class of 1967. She treated him like trash, but he seems to have forgiven her. Now they’ve been dating for about a year, and Jorge asked Betty to marry him. She says yes. Jorge asks her to do the same for him, which she agrees to. Jorge and Betty soon find out that Betty has a thing for a boy who looks like him… the boy who wears his hair in a bun and is nicknamed El Barrio. The story is told in the form of a true-life soap opera as Betty and Jorge try to help El Barrio get what he wants out of life: to be able to leave his bun in the shed, but then marry a girl named Marisol and live a long life in the sun. Written by Anonymous
  • Jorge, CEO of Durochi Tech, started dating Betty, Valedictorian of their high school Class of 1967. She treated him like trash, but he seems to have forgiven her. Now they’ve been dating for about a year, and Jorge asked Betty to marry him. She says yes. The two have been married for four years.Betty was born in a small town of El Salvador. Her parents took her after her birth to an orphanage because she was very small. The orphanage was run by Catholic missionaries, and the orphans lived in tiny rooms with tiny windows. Betty had to go to school through the school of the nuns. Later, through an orphanage in Mexico, she met an orphanage worker, Rafael, who taught her all he knew about technology. Betty remembers that Rafael introduced her to computers. After about four years, the two decided to live in the US.
    Betty is not the only person with the same name. Other people with the same name have met Jorge in the years that have passed since their first meeting. They met during the early 2000s when a group of young
  • Jorge, CEO of Durochi Tech, started dating Betty, Valedictorian of their high school Class of 1967. She treated him like trash, but he seems to have forgiven her. Now they’ve been dating for about a year, and Jorge asked Betty to marry him. She says yes. Then she sees news that the Supreme Court has ruled that all the gay couples must be treated as second-class citizens.
    It turns out a high-school student wrote her a letter proposing marriage, and if there were a civil union, she could get married in the end.
    Now a man in Texas, Carlos, is trying to do the same thing. In the last few years, he’s created a website where people can create web pages that have identical text, but which are formatted in different ways to accommodate different genders, religious beliefs, political views, sexual orientation, and so on. Carlos and Betty started dating when Carlos was working during the summer, and after Carlos learned of the Supreme Court ruling, he decided he couldn’t continue with his work. Now they’re trying to come to an agreement with the government.

Wow, I didn’t realize Betty lived such an amazing, progressive life! Not bad for someone who’s been working at a sloppy diner for the past 20 years!

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