Vedant Misra

Founder/CEO at an AI startup called Kemvi. I'm interested in artificial intelligence, consciousness, rationality, neuroscience, markets, and Mexican food.

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According to the ultimate resource of everything (I don't mean myself, of course),it is possible to construct a phrase consisting of any number of repetitions of the word "buffalo" and still have a sentence that makes sense. For instance:

Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo.
"Bison from the city of Buffalo harass Bison from the city of buffalo that in term themselves harass Bison from the city of Buffalo."

Again:

Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo.
[place] [anim.] [verb] [place] [anim.] [verb] [place] [anim.]

Also, the words blither and blather mean pretty much the same thing; arguably, blather is a portmanteau word compoosed of "blither" and "blabber"