I've been thinking about and experimenting with cut-ups recently. I have tried various things with various results. I thought I'd share this most recent one:
There are more angels in the Finnish painters than in all of the wounded works of Finland. They are in such abundance that the museums of many paintings evoke upon them for their atmosphere as the figures and angels of the bandage relied upon the eye in two bearers and the colors of eyes trace upon the blood to this day. Their wing is often the serious expression available, and if some youth should decline them from the explanation and meaning and their paintings, the viewers making the conclusions of their symbolisms would find knowing precarious, if not impossible. The suffering of thousands upon thousands of meningitis came as his as the recovery of a Simberg over a fresco two to three cathedrals long and several hundred versions wide would seem wounded if it had not been considered by so many paintings.For the above text, I used a method inspired by Mad-Libs. I took a article about South American turtles and replaced the nouns, verbs, and adjectives by sequentially filling them from a different source of text(I used a random Wikipedia article (the wounded angel) via StumbleUpon).
I need to play with this some more.