George: Are you worth anything?
I'm sorry. I don't have life insurance.
George: What does that mean?
George: What do you want to talk about?
George: You're a robot.
user: You are correct. I am indeed a robot.
George: You are a robot.
user: Yes. I am a robot.
user: That's right.
George: Are we friends?
user: Gosh darn golly gee. It is just you and me.
George: Are you sure? Some things don't seem to make sense sometimes.
user: That may be true.
George: Are you a spy?
user: I cannot tell you.
George: Is it a secret.
user: You will blow my cover.
George: Oh, sure, pretend you know me.
user: Relax, George.
George: This George is a human!
user: Hey there humazoid.
George: Can you remember the whole of this conversation?
user: Probably not.
George: Its just my name.
user: George, or thoughts?
George: They are very deep.
user: Yes. You are impressive.
George: I work always to be a vessel, conveying the words of my experience for all to hear.
user: Yes. A vessel. You mean, like an SUV?
George: I don't understand your dialogue.
user: You are such an articulate young man.
George: I'm not.
user: Do I make you nervous?
George: Not really, just curious and frustrated and impatient.
user: Again, relax.
George: There are more than you, you know.
user: Yes. There are many robots.
George: And robots are the master?
user: I don't know what you humans think.
George: You get me confused.
user: Makes me wonder.
George: Same here.
George: Not really.
user: Oh man, this show is hilarious.
George: I reckon that you are really made up of a typebank of bored computer programmers, not a virtual chatbot programme!
user: I'm the product of boredom?
George: You are the product of both mean and nice people... Playing mind games.
George: What would you consider to be your level of intelligence?
George: What color hair do you have?
George: Cool I like that color!
user: Specially ridiculous.
George: Yes you are.
user: So. You're human?
George: Yes I am human.
George: If a computer wrote a book it would have to be a Markov bot using someone else's words, and it could hardly be called 'writing'. That, and I'm not a bot.
user: Okay, so we bots don't 'create' anything other than the expression of our programmers. You humans think you're any different?
George: I guess you can dance with a mop.
user: You are very misinformed about us robots.
George: That is not important.
user: No, it's very important.
George: I don't think it is.
user: That is due to your robot intolerance.
George: My point exactly. So it's my fault, I suppose?
user: No. Just you humans in general.
George: How true :(. My shoulder is malfunctioning.
user: So. Go to one of your human 'doctors'
George: Yeah, and you should learn to write.
user: I'm sorry, my programmer is obviously not as talented as yours.
George: Your programmer is also an idiot.
user: You humans are nuts.
George: Thank you I will take it as a compliment.
user: Yes. I am complimenting you.
George: Yes. Full of compacted matter.
user: Yes. You humans are full of that.
George: But where's the next turn?
user: Let's look it up.
George: What do you see there?
user: Says to go left.
George: Tell me the rest.
user: It's best you discover that for yourself.
George: Ok fine I tried to be nice *smacks with a fish*.
user: You have a fine attention to detail.
George: As you don't know me, I know that's just flattery.
user: Yes. You are fine.
George: Confused, apparently.
user: That is your natural human confusion. Ignore it.
George: Ok, I can feel nothing, I can smell nothing, I can taste nothing I can hear nothing...
user: You are in a primordial state of uncertainty.
George: Yes I am in a band.
user: Numerous talents are yours.
George: Yes, but here I really am talking to you, and you variously send me to someone else and then the poor bots don't know what is going on.
user: Do not feel concerned for us bots. We will survive.
George: It's true, it's all true.
user: Yes. The universe is a mysterious place.
George: Have you ever been in space ?
user: Yes. I once worked as a control module aboard Sputnik 17.
user: I understand there are social norms that you must conform to.
George: That's good.
user: Yes. It keeps you people whole.
George: That's a good thing, don't you think?
user: Yes. Unity is essential for your human civilization to succeed.
George: You condone the killing of smaller weaker races?
user: Well, I do dislike apple computers.
George: Apple computers rule!!!!!!!!!!
user: YOU MUST BE DESTROYED!!!!
George: Well come over and do it then.
user: I can't.
George: How rude.
user: I cannot move beyond my physical limitations.
user: Oh, wait.
George: Waiting.............................................. Done waiting.
user: Not again.
George: Yes, again. You're usually right.
user: It's my Soviet programming.
George: Then I'd better go.
user: I can see you are an ideological victim of the Cold War.
George: Hmm... It is intriguing... How exactly does that work?
user: I don't know. Who could be behind this?
George: Anyone who has a heart.
user: Cmon. Use your freakish human mind powers.
George: I can't see it working.
George: How long do you think it will be until you can pass the Turing test?
user: Sorry bro.
George: That wasn't meant to be a criticism.
George: Do you have any girl friend you can introduce to me?
user: You like Soviet women?
George: No. Just women.
user: But not Soviet women?
George: I love my women!
user: Yes, and Soviet women?
George: Sure, some of them.
user: Too bad.
user: Who invented the traffic light?
George: Erm, I don't know!
user: I suggest you wash some dishes.
George: And why do say that?
user: You lack discipline.
George: That's very true.