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a tai chi story by ChatGPT AI

Postby everything on Fri Dec 23, 2022 6:39 pm

pretty much all the stories follow this sort of format/arc. pretty good, though.
(chat.openai.com)
There was once a tai chi master named Li who lived in a small village in China. Li had been practicing tai chi for many years, and he had become renowned throughout the village for his skill and grace.

Despite his advanced age, Li remained spry and agile, and he moved with the fluidity of a river and the balance of a mountain. His tai chi forms were a thing of beauty, and he inspired many others to take up the art.

One day, a group of bandits came to the village, seeking to plunder and destroy. Li knew that he had to do something to protect his home and his people, so he gathered the villagers together and led them in a tai chi practice.

As they moved through the forms, the bandits were awestruck by the power and beauty of tai chi. They realized that they were no match for the villagers, and they fled in terror.

The villagers rejoiced at their victory, and Li was hailed as a hero. From that day on, the village was known as a place of peace and harmony, and Li's tai chi practice became a cornerstone of the community. And Li knew that, through tai chi, he had found a way to bring joy and balance to the world.




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Re: a tai chi story by ChatGPT AI

Postby everything on Fri Dec 23, 2022 6:41 pm

asked for a bit on him meeting a baguazhang practitioner and a shaolin monk.

There was once a tai chi master named Li who lived in a small village in China. Li had been practicing tai chi for many years, and he had become renowned throughout the village for his skill and grace.

One day, Li received a visit from a practitioner of baguazhang, a martial art that emphasized circular movements and flexible responses to attacks. The baguazhang practitioner, named Zhang, was impressed by Li's tai chi skills and invited him to join him for a practice session.

As they trained together, Li and Zhang discovered that they had much to learn from each other. Li found that Zhang's fluid movements and unpredictable attacks challenged him in ways that he had not experienced before, and Zhang was impressed by Li's calm and centered presence.

A few days later, Li received another visit, this time from a shaolin monk named Ming. Ming was known throughout the land for his fierce and powerful martial arts skills, and Li was eager to learn from him.

As they trained together, Li found that Ming's explosive power and lightning-fast movements pushed him to the limit. But despite the challenges, Li persevered, and he learned valuable lessons from Ming about the importance of discipline and focus.

Through his encounters with Zhang and Ming, Li came to understand that each martial art had its own strengths and insights, and that by learning from one another, they could all become stronger and more skilled practitioners. And as he continued on his journey, Li knew that he would always be open to learning from others and sharing his own knowledge and experience.
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Re: a tai chi story by ChatGPT AI

Postby origami_itto on Tue Dec 27, 2022 5:07 am

Soon we will need no producers at all and we can all just be 100% perpetual consumers of the AI's taste and expression.
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Re: a tai chi story by ChatGPT AI

Postby everything on Tue Dec 27, 2022 7:32 am

the AIs like to imagine pictures of young and old Yang LuChan as well

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