So foot all in the usa is boring as hell?
Err ... it's deterministic? I didn't know that.
I find it boring, because it's three seconds of action followed by much more than three seconds of setting up. This rhyhtm just doesn't capture my attention.
And what is probabilistic about typing or program? You write a loop and it doesn't stop being that loop construct doing a determined thing input values so all programming, all programs, including games are boring?
Programming itself isn't deterministic. There are basically infinitely many approaches to solving a given problem and the interesting part comes from finding the one that is suited best to the given situation.
Running a program that is completely deterministic (including input data) on the other hand is horridly boring after the first time. And running it more than once is more or less redundant.
including games are boring?
Games achieve nondeterministic behavior through different user input and possibly using some form of (pseudo) RNG. A game without nondeterministic user input isn't a game since it's noninteractive.
All movies are boring because you pretty much know what will happen at the end.
Most movies are boring after watching them once, unless you're trying to memorize it or spot details you missed when you watch it he first time.
Music relies on predictable future to be pleasing, it's the root of "rythm".
However, music also relies on subtle differences in each performance, otherwise live music would be completely dead.
And why would the programmer want to make the simulation "more fun" for you?
I never claimed this. The simulation is supposed to be interesting and possibly fun for the customer, not for the simulated entities. Just like an aquarium is supposed to mainly please its owner and not the inhabitants (however, most aquarium owners don't want to see the fish belly-up).