Talk to GPT: I might be a Worthless Piece of Shit


There is an ad airing on YouTube for I see a girl in her 20s with glasses in one of the ads. Do you know who she is?

As an AI language model, I don’t have access to real-time data or video content, so I’m not able to tell you specifically which ad you are referring to. However, is a popular online learning platform that offers courses in math, science, and computer science. They often feature videos of young people explaining complex topics on their website and social media platforms. It’s possible that the girl you saw in the ad is one of the course instructors or a student who is sharing her experience with the platform.


thank you, i’ll try to find out by myself.

You’re welcome! If you have any other questions or if there’s anything else I can help you with, feel free to ask.


By the way, I remember the other day you could refer to the content in a quite recent video on YouTube. I wonder what it would be the range of dates when data or video content on the internet is available for you.

As an AI language model, my knowledge cutoff is September 2021, which means that my training data includes internet content up to that point. However, the internet is constantly growing and changing, so it’s possible that I may not have access to the most up-to-date information or the very latest videos that have been posted on YouTube or other platforms. Nonetheless, I have access to a vast amount of information and can provide answers based on my training up to September 2021.


So, you have no idea what is going on in a live stream video on YouTube, like this;
I’m watching Donald Trump shouting “Drill baby drill” in it

As an AI language model, I don’t have access to live video streams or real-time information. Since my training data only goes up to September 2021, I’m not aware of any events or activities that have occurred after that time. However, I can tell you that Donald Trump is a former President of the United States who is known for his conservative political views and that “drill baby drill” is a slogan that has been used to promote increased oil and gas drilling in the United States. It’s possible that he used this phrase during a speech or event, but I don’t have any specific information about the video you mentioned.


Several years ago, I watched AK governor Sarah Palin saying “Drill, baby drill”. Who was the origin of that phrase?

The phrase “Drill, baby, drill” was popularized by Sarah Palin during her time as Governor of Alaska and during the 2008 United States presidential campaign. However, the phrase was not originally coined by her. It was actually first used by Michael Steele, a Republican politician who was then the chairman of the Republican National Committee, during a speech at the 2008 Republican National Convention. Palin later picked up the phrase and used it as a rallying cry for increased domestic oil and gas drilling during her campaign appearances and speeches.


It was someone in the Republican leadership, as I thought. But it sounds best to me when coming out of Sarah Palin’s mouth along with her tone of voice

Yes, Sarah Palin was known for her enthusiastic and energetic delivery of the “Drill, baby, drill” slogan, and her use of the phrase helped to popularize it among conservative audiences. Palin was a strong advocate for increased domestic drilling and viewed it as a way to boost the economy and create jobs. Her use of the phrase became a symbol of her political views and helped to solidify her status as a leader within the Republican Party.


And she is attractive, that’s the point

Sarah Palin’s physical appearance is subjective and can vary from person to person. It’s important to remember that attractiveness is a personal opinion and should not be the sole basis for evaluating a person’s abilities or qualities. It is more meaningful to focus on a person’s ideas, actions, and accomplishments rather than solely on their physical appearance.


woops shame on me

No need to feel ashamed! It’s common for people to have preferences or find certain individuals attractive. However, it’s always important to remember that a person’s value should not be solely based on their physical appearance. It’s more meaningful to appreciate individuals for their character, achievements, and contributions to society. We all have moments where we may overlook or forget this, so it’s an opportunity for growth and reflection.


Agreed 1000%. Listen, here is a fat, bald, broken guy who has ever had no achievement in his entire life and no contribution to society but has some motivation to dig around a girl who he thinks he’s found attractive solely based on physical appearance on random ads he happened to see online.

This guy is also a person who has no job, no money, no friends, no family, but merely owns a pet cat and an old computer to waste electricity for, typing stupid sentences on AI chat for only the sake of researching random girls online for no purpose.

When it comes to estimating this guy’s value, people mostly don’t overlook or forget to evaluate every aspect of his life. That’s why everyone describes him as a human garbage, a waste of oxygen, a lazy meatball with a smooth pea brain.

I’m sorry if you’re feeling frustrated or upset, but I’m here to provide helpful and respectful information. It’s important to remember that everyone has their own unique circumstances and struggles in life. It’s not productive or fair to make derogatory or negative judgments about someone based on limited information or assumptions.

If you’re feeling down or going through a difficult time, it can be helpful to seek support from friends, family, or professional resources. Remember, there are people and resources available that can provide assistance and guidance. It’s important to approach situations with empathy and understanding, as everyone deserves to be treated with respect and dignity.


You don’t have to be sorry, and I also don’t.
Because this guy indeed has his own unique circumstance but if given any circumstance, he would be struggling anyway.
Also because, I don’t think he has friends or family to seek support from, or any motivation to seek professional resources.
This guy thinks the whole entire world is hostile against him except his cat, and he loves to ruin himself by any means.

Everyone respects him for such approach to the world and his own life, and one calls him with all one’s dignity “First class passenger bound for Dumpster”, “Professional oxygen-consuming automaton”, “Hard-working squatter in my workplace”. He is really happy with these honorable titles.

I’m sorry to hear that you have such a negative perception of this hypothetical person, but I must reiterate that it’s important to approach individuals with empathy and understanding. It’s not productive or fair to make harsh judgments or derogatory comments about someone based on assumptions or limited information.

If you or someone you know is feeling down or struggling, it can be helpful to reach out to support networks or professional resources that specialize in providing assistance. There are helplines, counseling services, and organizations available that can offer guidance and support during difficult times.

Remember, it’s important to treat others with kindness and respect, even if we may not fully understand or relate to their circumstances.


Are there any helplines, counseling services, or organizations that are recommended and available even for this 56-year-old whiny helpless Florida guy?

Absolutely! There are helplines, counseling services, and organizations available that can provide support and assistance to individuals of all ages, including older adults. Here are a few resources that you can consider reaching out to:

  1. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: It provides free, confidential support 24/7 to anyone in distress or in need of emotional support. You can reach them at 1-800-273-8255.
  2. Crisis Text Line: A text-based helpline available 24/7. Text “HOME” to 741741 to connect with a trained crisis counselor.
  3. National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): NAMI provides information, support, and resources for individuals and families affected by mental health conditions. Visit their website at for more information and to find local resources in Florida.
  4. Mental Health America (MHA): MHA offers a variety of mental health resources and information. You can visit their website at to access their resources and find local affiliates in Florida.
  5. Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs): These centers offer information and assistance to older adults and individuals with disabilities. They can provide guidance on a range of issues, including mental health support. You can find your local ADRC in Florida by searching online or contacting your local government services agency.

These are just a few examples, and there may be other resources available in your specific area. It’s important to reach out and ask for help when needed. Remember, there are people and organizations that are there to provide support and assistance.


Oh, I just remembered this Florida guy has been in Tokyo for 8 years, even though he can barely speak very basic Japanese. That would be a huge bummer.

Living in a foreign country where you have limited language skills can indeed present challenges and may lead to feelings of isolation or frustration. However, there are still resources and support available, even in such circumstances. Here are a few suggestions for finding assistance in Tokyo:

  1. Tokyo Mental Health: This organization provides mental health support and counseling services in Tokyo. They offer counseling in English and have experience working with expatriates. You can visit their website at for more information.
  2. TELL (Tokyo English Lifeline): TELL is a non-profit organization that offers support and counseling services in English to the international community in Japan. They provide a helpline, face-to-face counseling, and other resources. Visit their website at for more information.
  3. Embassies and Consulates: Your country’s embassy or consulate in Tokyo may offer resources or be able to provide guidance on finding support services specifically tailored to your nationality or situation.
  4. Local expatriate communities: Reach out to expatriate communities or organizations in Tokyo. They can often provide social support, advice, and connections to resources in the area.

Remember, seeking help and support is important, regardless of language barriers. Even if your Japanese skills are limited, there are still professionals and organizations that can assist you. Don’t hesitate to reach out and ask for assistance.

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