The guy took the text of the Virginian, and cut it into four word blurbs. These you randomize to make scenes by stringing them together. Could be interesting as a paragraph maker if computerized.
Game design, I believe, is from same guy I pan for his Easy GM techniques. He may be dumbing down products to satisfy the audience.
At least it seems original. This seems odd and maybe less useful than a table randomizer of WMs or a Better Game list of parts of a mission, yet at least it seems original.
Author made one for Conan novel and John Carter as well. Both public domain works.
Not sure it sustains itself from what I've seen of the audience. Yet I am intrigued about the thought process to see what might occur. Does also seem slow to read snippets strung together. You could just read the actual book.
Not sure if it is gaming, but does involve a ton of D10 rolls. What I also wonder if I could write a thousand snippets that actually always make sense. I tried some of this in the online Avenger's game for superhero battles in 2004. Wish I could have had more chance to develop that system. It was a Q&D made from even smaller parts.
I can picture this. The success, fails, flair results all randomized together with random starting events. One Q&D morphing into hundreds.