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Ah, so you're still struggling with song choice. I don't see how a good puzzle could possibly lead to that song. I like the song and the band of course, but the lyrics just don't lend themselves to this kind of puzzle.
Clearly we have very different definitions of the word puzzle. I'm pretty sure it should involve something a little more complicated than 'here's the answer; repeat it in your own words and you win'!
Well, I'm done. I certainly won't be wasting any more Friday evenings failing to come down to your standards. If you want one next week you'll have to do it yourself. I probably won't bother pouring scorn on it but you'll just have to take your chances!
"... When he first got his software testing quality assurance job, he spent eight months automating all of the programming tasks. With all of his tasks fully automated by a computer, he was able to literally sit back and do whatever he wanted. From Reddit, FOF describes in his own words what it was like to automate his own job:
“From around 6 years ago up until now, I have done nothing at work. I am not joking. For 40 hours each week I go to work, play League of Legends in my office, browse reddit, and do whatever I feel like. In the past 6 years I have maybe done 50 hours of real work. So basically nothing. And nobody really cared. The tests were all running successfully. I sh*t you not, I had no friends or anything at work either, so nobody ever talked to me except my boss and occasionally the devs for the software I was testing.” -Reddit via Payscale Career News
FOF is pretty despondent in tone after he posted about getting fired from his job. He’s upset because he has completely forgotten how to code, having relegated all that work to the computer, and now possesses no marketable skills. ..." Programmer Automates His Job For 6 Years, Finally Gets Fired, Forgets How To Code| Interesting Engineering[^]
This is one of the reasons I wouldn't want to be a .Net tester (not sure what kind of tester he was though), too many easy tools to automate the testing and play LoL.
I started writing a program that would write a novel by itself or at least a story for starters. It was interesting but beyond my scope. I was able to get it to write basic sentences that was somewhat associated with each other.