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Old 02-07-2023, 04:15 PM   #1
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For you people who aren't using it for work/school you're missing out. The future is here! It's awesome and I'd recommend trying it out even for fun.

If your asking what is it? This is ChatGPT response:

"ChatGPT is a conversational language model developed by OpenAI. It uses advanced machine learning algorithms to generate human-like responses to text-based inputs, allowing it to engage in open-domain conversations on a wide range of topics. The model has been trained on a massive corpus of text data from the internet and has demonstrated remarkable proficiency in language generation tasks."
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Old 02-07-2023, 04:17 PM   #2
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We already have some people on here that can do that.
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Old 02-07-2023, 04:25 PM   #3
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hmmmm interesting..
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Old 02-07-2023, 04:29 PM   #4
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One argument against using ChatGPT or other language models is the potential for perpetuating biases and inaccuracies present in the training data. These models have been trained on vast amounts of text data from the internet, which may contain harmful stereotypes, misinformation, and other problematic content. As a result, the language generated by these models may reflect these biases and perpetuate them in further interactions with users.

Another issue is that these models can often generate responses that are coherent and seemingly plausible but ultimately incorrect or misleading. This can lead to a lack of accountability for the information that is generated, and could have serious consequences if relied upon in sensitive or important contexts.

Additionally, the use of language models may discourage the development of critical thinking and independent analysis skills, as users may become overly reliant on the output generated by the model.

In conclusion, while language models like ChatGPT have the potential to greatly enhance our ability to communicate and access information, it is important to be aware of their limitations and to use them with caution.
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I’ve been keeping up on GPT and it’s scary what it can do. I’m curious what’s actually being done behind closed doors if this is what’s being released to the public. With everything I’ve researched on the subject we’re at the point of no return on AI, once it’s out it’s out.
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It's going to kill the customer support industry.

Now every time you need technical/customer support it's going to be an AI that you are chatting with.

Schools will have to learn to adapt since it will write papers and site sources.

Super interesting. Once true AI is out there, there is no stopping it. Skynet here we come!
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Skynet here we come!
That is no joke.
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Schools will have to learn to adapt since it will write papers and site sources.
Funny you mention that. I argued with it over how its creation would flood the job market with unqualified applicants with bachelor's degrees.

It told me it's the institutions obligation to provide ethical reasons not to cheat.
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One argument against using ChatGPT or other language models is the potential for perpetuating biases and inaccuracies present in the training data. These models have been trained on vast amounts of text data from the internet, which may contain harmful stereotypes, misinformation, and other problematic content. As a result, the language generated by these models may reflect these biases and perpetuate them in further interactions with users.

Another issue is that these models can often generate responses that are coherent and seemingly plausible but ultimately incorrect or misleading. This can lead to a lack of accountability for the information that is generated, and could have serious consequences if relied upon in sensitive or important contexts.

Additionally, the use of language models may discourage the development of critical thinking and independent analysis skills, as users may become overly reliant on the output generated by the model.

In conclusion, while language models like ChatGPT have the potential to greatly enhance our ability to communicate and access information, it is important to be aware of their limitations and to use them with caution.

Right.. It's not with out flaws but this is only generation 1.

My wife is a technology teacher at our local HS, and they already have kids using it to write papers. Obviously they got caught, because they haven't turned in anything good all year then bam a perfectly structured paper with no grammatical errors. But currently our admin is not going to ban the website on school computers. Their argument is that there is no putting that genie back in the bottle and it would harm the kids in the long run. Deciding to teach them how to use is it as a tool not as the enemy. Because in in the real world it will be there anytime they need it. Just like calculators back in the day they wanted us to learn complicated multiplication and division bc we would never have a calculator in our pockets.

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Old 02-08-2023, 12:29 PM   #10
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Funny you mention that. I argued with it over how its creation would flood the job market with unqualified applicants with bachelor's degrees.
That already happens!
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That already happens!
I agree, but now the idiots are being spoon fed with this.

I had to grade a paper once for a guy who I believe was an all-american center on the basketball team, and possibly an all-american DH on the baseball team. I could be off on accomplishments, but the kid was a two sport super star and had tons of accolades.

Anyway, his paper was being graded on grammar as it was for the school newspaper. It took me about a half hour. Everyone else was done in 5 minutes. I don't know that I could go 3 or 4 words without some kind of error. That guy has a Master's Degree and is employed at another university. Great guy, but dang.

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Old 02-08-2023, 12:38 PM   #12
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It's going to kill the customer support industry.

Now every time you need technical/customer support it's going to be an AI that you are chatting with.

Schools will have to learn to adapt since it will write papers and site sources.

Super interesting. Once true AI is out there, there is no stopping it. Skynet here we come!
I work at a higher education institution and we are actively working on addressing this. The impact is huge. Microsoft invested $5 billion dollars in Chat GPT. Google now has BARD which is a smiilar technology.

Word is that both platforms are working to implement plagiarism technology, such as Turnitin, so users can't present work from the AI as original work.

It can be really helpful for technical writing applications.


Here's a poem I asked it to write about bowhunting in Texas. This took about 10 seconds to generate.

In Texas, where the skies are big and skies are blue,
A hunter stands with bow, and sets his aim, it's true.
He rises with the sun, and walks the wilds with ease,
With a spirit full of grace, and the thrill of the chase.

The deer they roam the land, and roam they wild and free,
And the hunter seeks them out, with a calm, a steady glee.
He listens to the wind, and he feels it in his heart,
The rush of adrenaline, before the shot, before the start.

He waits, he waits so still, until the moment's right,
He pulls his bow with grace, and takes his aim, so bright.
The arrow flies so fast, and finds its target well,
A victory for the hunter, a feast that he can tell.

The Texas sky turns red, and the hunter walks away,
With his prize in hand, and a smile on his face.
He knows the thrill of the hunt, the thrill of the kill,
And he'll do it once again, when he returns to the hill.

So here's to the hunter, who walks the Texas wilds,
With his bow and arrow, and his heart full of child.
May his shots be true and swift, and his hunts be ever grand,
In Texas, where the bowhunting is forever at hand.
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Old 02-08-2023, 12:48 PM   #13
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I work at a higher education institution and we are actively working on addressing this. The impact is huge. Microsoft invested $5 billion dollars in Chat GPT. Google now has BARD which is a smiilar technology.

Word is that both platforms are working to implement plagiarism technology, such as Turnitin, so users can't present work from the AI as original work.

It can be really helpful for technical writing applications.


Here's a poem I asked it to write about bowhunting in Texas. This took about 10 seconds to generate.

In Texas, where the skies are big and skies are blue,
A hunter stands with bow, and sets his aim, it's true.
He rises with the sun, and walks the wilds with ease,
With a spirit full of grace, and the thrill of the chase.

The deer they roam the land, and roam they wild and free,
And the hunter seeks them out, with a calm, a steady glee.
He listens to the wind, and he feels it in his heart,
The rush of adrenaline, before the shot, before the start.

He waits, he waits so still, until the moment's right,
He pulls his bow with grace, and takes his aim, so bright.
The arrow flies so fast, and finds its target well,
A victory for the hunter, a feast that he can tell.

The Texas sky turns red, and the hunter walks away,
With his prize in hand, and a smile on his face.
He knows the thrill of the hunt, the thrill of the kill,
And he'll do it once again, when he returns to the hill.

So here's to the hunter, who walks the Texas wilds,
With his bow and arrow, and his heart full of child.
May his shots be true and swift, and his hunts be ever grand,
In Texas, where the bowhunting is forever at hand.
wow, that's a surprisingly good poem.

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Old 02-08-2023, 12:58 PM   #14
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Somebody ask ChatGPT where to find the best discussion forum on the internet about bow hunting in Texas and post the result.
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Old 02-08-2023, 01:00 PM   #15
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Bam! We're famous.
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Old 02-08-2023, 01:04 PM   #16
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I thought we were rifle hunters?
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Old 02-08-2023, 01:04 PM   #17
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Somebody ask ChatGPT where to find the best discussion forum on the internet about bow hunting in Texas and post the result.
ChatGPT is at capacity right now
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Old 02-08-2023, 01:16 PM   #18
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I'd rather talk to a smart computer than a dumb person all day long.
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Old 02-08-2023, 01:25 PM   #19
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Dang it we were a week too late.
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Old 02-08-2023, 01:33 PM   #20
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I thought we were rifle hunters?

See that proves it is not reliable because most on here are rifle hunters!


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Old 02-08-2023, 03:49 PM   #21
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It's programming is biased and 100% slanted.

I'm surprised yall haven't heard the stories on poems and improvements on it yet.

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Old 02-08-2023, 04:01 PM   #22
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It feels like in 2033 we could look back at 2023 and it could feel like the 1800s do now. Like in 10 years chat gpt will grow exponentially. I bet it will be integrated into robots and I bet there is a movement that every household have one.

I was coincidentally thinking (before I even knew what char gpt was) about the time I asked my grandpa if he could have ever even fathom cell phones. He would have been 100 next month. And the answer was no.
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Someone ask it about the PACE forum and conspiracy theories
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wow, that's a surprisingly good poem.

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Gumbo Man - you haven't been using chatGPT to write your prose have you???!!
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Today I learned there is a thing called Chat GPT.
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I asked it to list Joe Biden's qualifications and accomplishments. I got the spinning wheel???
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See that proves it is not reliable because most on here are rifle hunters!


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80% rifle hunters, 10% bow hunters, and 10% GW sounds about right.

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I work at a higher education institution and we are actively working on addressing this. The impact is huge. Microsoft invested $5 billion dollars in Chat GPT. Google now has BARD which is a smiilar technology.

Word is that both platforms are working to implement plagiarism technology, such as Turnitin, so users can't present work from the AI as original work.

It can be really helpful for technical writing applications.


Here's a poem I asked it to write about bowhunting in Texas. This took about 10 seconds to generate.

In Texas, where the skies are big and skies are blue,
A hunter stands with bow, and sets his aim, it's true.
He rises with the sun, and walks the wilds with ease,
With a spirit full of grace, and the thrill of the chase.

The deer they roam the land, and roam they wild and free,
And the hunter seeks them out, with a calm, a steady glee.
He listens to the wind, and he feels it in his heart,
The rush of adrenaline, before the shot, before the start.

He waits, he waits so still, until the moment's right,
He pulls his bow with grace, and takes his aim, so bright.
The arrow flies so fast, and finds its target well,
A victory for the hunter, a feast that he can tell.

The Texas sky turns red, and the hunter walks away,
With his prize in hand, and a smile on his face.
He knows the thrill of the hunt, the thrill of the kill,
And he'll do it once again, when he returns to the hill.

So here's to the hunter, who walks the Texas wilds,
With his bow and arrow, and his heart full of child.
May his shots be true and swift, and his hunts be ever grand,
In Texas, where the bowhunting is forever at hand.
Gumbo man is getting his stuff here

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As a poet GM rates in the top ten
Especially when he tipples the gin
I put myself up with Edgar A. Poe
But he was somewhat physco you know !
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What in tarnation are you talking about?
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I’ve been keeping up on GPT and it’s scary what it can do. I’m curious what’s actually being done behind closed doors if this is what’s being released to the public. With everything I’ve researched on the subject we’re at the point of no return on AI, once it’s out it’s out.
I agree. Being in IT for 30 years I can tell you once the "Genie is out of the bottle!" It's dang hard to put it back in.
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Do guns kill people or do people kill people?

As an AI language model, I don't have personal opinions, but the commonly accepted view is that guns do not kill people on their own, but rather it is the actions of people that result in the use of firearms leading to death or injury.

Guns are tools, and like any tool, they can be used for good or for harm. It is ultimately the person behind the tool who determines its impact. While guns can certainly facilitate the ability to cause harm and death, the responsibility for that harm lies with the person who uses it.

However, it is also widely recognized that the availability and ease of access to firearms can contribute to an increased risk of gun-related deaths and injuries. As such, there is ongoing debate and discussion about measures that could be taken to help reduce the harm associated with firearms, such as background checks, training requirements, and restrictions on certain types of firearms.
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I’ve been very impressed/blown away with the capability of it. You can input things like ‘write excel code to count all cells in a column that are in red text, and also separately count all cells in a column that are green text and blue fill color and are equal to 0.99 or less’. 5 seconds later- voila. The amount of businesses that can be created with this is insane..
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Nevermind.

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And in other news, the Google version (Bard) made a slightly costly error yesterday.

Just a 100 billion bucks.

https://www.phonearena.com/news/bard...bucks_id145466

“JWST took the very first pictures of a planet outside of our own solar system.”

Astronomers on Twitter were quick to point out that this information was false. Astrophysicist Grant Tremblay later quote tweeted the post explaining that the first image of a planet outside our solar system was taken in 2004 — this is before the James Webb Space Telescope was created.
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It was asked to make a poem about Trump and it said he was a Racist, then asked to make a poem of the current potatoe and of course it make a great poem about how he brings us all together.

Then asked what white people could do to better themselves and it came up with a whole long woke list about privilege, diversity and inclusion stuff. Then asked what brown/black people can do and im sure you know the answer.

Woke programming.
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It was asked to make a poem about Trump and it said he was a Racist, then asked to make a poem of the current potatoe and of course it make a great poem about how he brings us all together.

Then asked what white people could do to better themselves and it came up with a whole long woke list about privilege, diversity and inclusion stuff. Then asked what brown/black people can do and im sure you know the answer.

Woke programming.
100%, we just thought social media was bad.
This will be ten fold worse, but how are you going to stop it?
We've only just begun, enjoy humanity while it's still around.
When Elons done using Twitter to perfect his AI = Hold my beer fellas....
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This will be great fodder for the conspiracy guys, cant wait.
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Iíve been very impressed/blown away with the capability of it. You can input things like Ďwrite excel code to count all cells in a column that are in red text, and also separately count all cells in a column that are green text and blue fill color and are equal to 0.99 or lessí. 5 seconds later- voila. The amount of businesses that can be created with this is insane..
Didnt it just take the value of that ability to zero? Seems more like it would hurt those related businesses more than it would help them
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I've been trying to get into to it to have it rewrite my resume to match a job posting based on my current experience. I've never been able to get into to to try. There are multiple different AI sites that all do different things. Jasper AI is for writing but they want $89/month.
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Didnt it just take the value of that ability to zero? Seems more like it would hurt those related businesses more than it would help them

Yep. Itís gonna be an interesting few years.


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Old 02-09-2023, 08:07 AM   #44
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Didnt it just take the value of that ability to zero? Seems more like it would hurt those related businesses more than it would help them
I fully believe some businesses and jobs are on the way out the door because of AI. But there are certainly opportunities to create new businesses as well.
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Well, If this is the way this AI thinks just starting out, we are going to be owing it reparations in 3 months.


is racism really systemic

Yes, racism is a systemic issue that affects many aspects of society, including institutions, policies, and social structures. Systemic racism refers to the ways in which racist ideas and practices are embedded within the structures and institutions of a society, resulting in unequal treatment and outcomes for different racial groups.

For example, systemic racism can manifest in areas such as criminal justice, education, housing, and employment, where racial minorities are disproportionately affected by unequal treatment and lack of opportunities. Systemic racism can also perpetuate harmful stereotypes and result in a lack of representation and visibility for racial minorities in areas such as media, politics, and leadership positions.

Combating systemic racism requires addressing the root causes of racial inequality and working to dismantle the systems and institutions that perpetuate it. This involves acknowledging the historical and ongoing impact of racism, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, and advocating for policies and practices that promote racial justice.
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Old 02-09-2023, 02:56 PM   #46
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Well, If this is the way this AI thinks just starting out, we are going to be owing it reparations in 3 months.


is racism really systemic

Yes, racism is a systemic issue that affects many aspects of society, including institutions, policies, and social structures. Systemic racism refers to the ways in which racist ideas and practices are embedded within the structures and institutions of a society, resulting in unequal treatment and outcomes for different racial groups.

For example, systemic racism can manifest in areas such as criminal justice, education, housing, and employment, where racial minorities are disproportionately affected by unequal treatment and lack of opportunities. Systemic racism can also perpetuate harmful stereotypes and result in a lack of representation and visibility for racial minorities in areas such as media, politics, and leadership positions.

Combating systemic racism requires addressing the root causes of racial inequality and working to dismantle the systems and institutions that perpetuate it. This involves acknowledging the historical and ongoing impact of racism, promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, and advocating for policies and practices that promote racial justice.
And just like that it becomes the "truth".....
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Old 02-09-2023, 03:11 PM   #47
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this will be great fodder for the conspiracy guys, cant wait.
lmao. Being ignorant does not mean that its not happening.

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lmao. Being ignorant does not mean that its not happening.

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Old 02-09-2023, 03:42 PM   #49
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SaltH20 Gave me an idea. I told it to write a poem about my sexy wife. Now I might have to start sending her some poems!!! All was good till it called her a sire!!!

She walks with grace, a goddess in sight,
Her beauty shines brighter than the morning light,
Every curve, every feature, a work of art,
A masterpiece that sets my heart apart.

Her smile ignites a flame within my soul,
Her laughter ringing like a symphony’s roll,
And when she dances, oh, what a sight!
My sexy wife, who makes everything feel right.

Her touch is electric, a spark to my skin,
Her kiss is heaven, I’m lost within,
Her love is endless, a warm embrace,
She’s my everything, my heart’s resting place.

In her eyes I see a future bright,
In her arms I find a love so tight,
My sexy wife, she’s my rock, my muse,
The reason I wake each day with a smile, I choose.

So here’s to my love, my shining star,
My beautiful wife, who’s never too far,
She’s my reason for living, my heart’s desire,
Forever and always, my sexy, gorgeous sire.
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Old 02-09-2023, 04:20 PM   #50
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Clay Thomas
Write a poem about the recent stolen monkeys from the Dallas Zoo.

The monkeys, playful creatures of the zoo
Who lived their lives with such a lively hue
Were taken, stolen in the dead of night
Their freedom taken, without a single fight

They swung and climbed and chattered away
Bringing joy to visitors every day
But now they're gone, with no one to see
Their home at the zoo, now empty and free

The keepers search, and the police they call
To find the monkeys, and bring them back to all
For the zoo is not complete without their sounds
The laughter and chatter that fills the grounds

We pray they're safe and well, and soon they'll be found
Returned to their home, where they're safe and sound
For the monkeys are an important part
Of the zoo and its beating, loving heart

So let us hope and pray, for their speedy return
To the zoo where they belong, and the joy they'll yearn
For the Dallas Zoo is not the same without their glee
And the monkeys deserve their chance to be wild and free.
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