Cheers to choccy for sending me the original mail that ended up being this web page. I've turned it into a little program that does the random selection for you. No idea who the original author was, sorry!

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I met her in Sheboygan with her father,
I can still recall that little hat she wore.
She was talkin' in Swahili when she shot me,
and I knew we really lost the last World War.

I shrieked in pain I'd stay with her forever,
She said to me she loved my one blue eye,
But who'd have thought she'd black out with a robot,
I watched her melt away and sobbed goodbye.

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