Suspiciously happy looking guy maybe too normal.This guy’s photo was published by Fox 16 in some GOD forsaken place–holy shit, it was at the Arkansas Crater of Diamonds State Park. I don’t mean Fox 16. I don’t know where they are. The park is where “it” happened.

The guy in the photo found a two carat diamond.

But yeah, we’ve heard about this place. A park where diamonds are a naturally occurring thing and if you find them you can keep them. The guy in the photo found a two carat diamond. And boy oh boy doesn’t he look happy?Closer look at suspiciously happy looking guy.

Yikes. Uh, this guy’s face has been appearing in people’s dreams in North America. In South America I guess they see some other guy’s face. But you see, up here in Orbit, we’re a little disquieted by that photo. That face.

Look at those clear, expressionless eyes. Look at that smile, the perfect teeth.

Does it seem like that face might be computer generated to you? Doesn’t it look a little too perfect? Look at those clear, expressionless eyes. Look at that smile, the perfect teeth. This face is sorta blank, like no experience and no aging. And is that really a smile?

Yeah, we’re convinced that is a computer generated guy.

Suspiciously normal phone conversation. What really sells the image is the computer generated beard. It almost looks like a real beard. Whomever created the software that rendered that beard is a monster of beard hair. Yeah, we’re convinced that is a computer generated guy.

Your unelected secret government official has options galore with the easy-to-use interface.

Now, are we saying the guy and his diamond are a computer generated “news story?” No. Not exactly. It’s revelation enough the Media is now running completely fabricated computer generated news stories complete with photos, and probably video. The software will create charts and graphs from your statistics that will prove whatever you want. Your unelected secret government official has options galoreRemember Jim, this is all an illusion. with the easy-to-use interface. Pretty soon we won’t need humans in the media at all.

What purpose do they serve now? “News anchors” could be easily computer generated and they wouldn’t need to be looking at a teleprompter. Or mauling each other behind the scenes. Computer generated “reporters” could be in the computer generated news scenes interviewing computer generated citizens. Everything would be generated from party scripts.

Cut out the middleman, we say.

M. Nick

Acknowledgements and Attributions:

The computer generated “news report” can be found at Fox 16.