Anagrams: An arm gas

Inspired by dag's thoughtful quote (sidebar), I thought we should all take a ride on the Anagram Wagon. Climb aboard and throw your favorite celebrity name or current issue into the mix and see what comes of it. Go ahead, knock yourself out. (or as I like to say: kooky rut flounces)

Other anagram engines:

The one Worldgineer recommends
This other one I found

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Blogger Tara said...

Cool website! = COBLE SEI TWO!

Dougray Scott (Scottish actor)= A DUCT GOT ROSY

Joshua Kornbluth = A HOB HULK JUST RON

Have a dynamic day! = A AMANDA CHIVY DYE

13/7/05 14:44  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

Too many options.

-Nerd Grow Oil

13/7/05 14:56  
Blogger k_sra said...

I'm from uniforce!

Mice info for rum!

(It's true, World. Is there a site that breaks it down less or only finds real words?)

13/7/05 15:01  
Blogger k_sra said...

There is an advanced feature where you can at least limit the number of words made per anagram (you can tell it two or three words or whatever to reduce the number of split offs). I put in 'stop the insanity' and came out with 'a hen into typists.'

13/7/05 15:09  
Blogger k_sra said...

from eclectic spaghetti:

Get Chic Pet Elastic!

I wonder what pet elastic is?

Etch plastic pig, etc.

from Tara's to-do list. hehehe.

and last but not least, say this five times fast:

Hectic Gestalt Epic

13/7/05 15:35  
Blogger Tara said...

"Etch Plastic Pig, etc."

It's done. Stay tuned for an image.

13/7/05 15:53  
Blogger dag said...

That's cheating! I did it the old fashion way.

First I chugged it through a simple aplha-numerical analysis, then combined the results with two recombinatorial genetic algorithm paths, and finally ran it through a 3-D transposition cipher that then searched the entire repository of the Harvard English definitions lists for potential solutions. THEN I cut and pasted the entire text and graphics from k_sra's blog mapped it to the psychological profile outputted by UC Berkeley's automated blogging psycho-analysis program, comparing it to the potential solutions obtained from above and it spit out the anagram that I posted.

Fine. So I didn't. I just hatched it with a pen and paper. But if I would have use the above technique, I bet it would have been the same anyway.

13/7/05 16:53  
Blogger Worldgineer said...

Hey look, a better one!

-girdle owner

13/7/05 17:08  
Blogger Tara said...

Etch Plastic Pig

13/7/05 18:24  
Blogger k_sra said...

Well dag that explains why you forgot an 'E'. Never send a man out to do a computer's job.

dag forgot an 'E'
Eng. Grad afoot.

14/7/05 08:14  
Blogger gnomethang said...

A few years ago I found an anagram of my name (using good old pen and paper!)

Barry Trevor Owen =
Re: Wavy Nob Terror.

16/7/05 02:03  
Blogger Tara said...

Some guy made an anagram of my name one time.


Anagram: A Rat
(a tat tat)

What do ya know, you really do learn something new (almost) everyday!

18/7/05 11:19  

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