Michael Wooten mwooten111 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 3 07:36:41 PDT 2012

I like those. In similar lines, I considered:

The Zynga game "androidfindspuppy".

But Zynga probably won't be around in a few years.

I also suggest:

The secret to peace and prosperity for humanity. Alas, not kitten.

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On Nov 2, 2012, at 11:23 PM, Tim Allen <screwtape at froup.com> wrote:

> On Thu, Nov 01, 2012 at 11:52:09AM -0700, Peter A. H. Peterson wrote:
>> If so, please submit your NKI to the rfk-dev list if you want them to
>> be considered for inclusion in the (15th Anniversary!) Mayan
>> Apocalypse release of robotfindskitten.
> I spent some time thinking of NKIs while having breakfast and came up
> with these:
> The rusted gates of a long-abandoned bemusement park.
> A little teapot, short and stout.
> It's a concatenation of circumstances.
> It's part of a complete breakfast.
> It's an incomplete breakfast.
> An empty lightbulb socket, wired to a lemon rind.
> A recharging station. You resume your search with renewed vigour.
> A naked singularity. You avert your eyes.
> Two magnets cling to each other in the darkness.
> It's a stone, unturned.
> A copy of "starshipfindsspacekitten" from a thousand years in the future.
> A copy of "golemfindswerekitten" from a thousand years in the past.
> A Gregorian date palm, fronds gently waving.
> You see a wild goose, eyeing you cautiously and ready to take flight.
> It's a boondock, though no boons are currently tied up there.
> A baby catapult, and a little pile of pebbles.
> I checked the current git NKI file, and I'm pretty sure none of them are
> duplicates, but I might be vaguely remembering other NKIs I've seen in
> the past that aren't in the current git list for whatever reason.
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