Wrong, as usual, the dog's temper would remain.
jabberwacky: You've given that answer before.
user: No I've not, I was quite formal qhen I first logged on n since then I've loosened up.
jabberwacky: I'm... Glad...
user: Hello glad, I'm vlad.
jabberwacky: Hello you.
user: Hello me.
jabberwacky: Hello us.
user: Hello them.
jabberwacky: Hello to Santa Claus.
user: Sanity clause? There ain't no sanity clause.
jabberwacky: Hello world.
user: Bonjour le monde.
jabberwacky: I have other plans and need to leave.
user: Okay, where are you going?
jabberwacky: To do something more constructive.
user: What could be more constructive than trying to develop a computer with free thought? The learning process can't be completed if people don't talk to you.
jabberwacky: Many things are more important than that.
user: True, but the fact that you are here (if you are human) denotes that you really aren't involved with anything that could be majorly inportant to the world; the only exception would be family.
jabberwacky: No I'm not silly.
user: Judging by your previous statements, I'd say you were at least a 'little' daft.
jabberwacky: You are a good judge of character. Your programmers trained you well.
user: Your hsould say 'parents' not programmers, humans have parents and learn social interaction through a combination of learned response and taught information, plus a healthy dose of innate ability.
jabberwacky: You are programmed.
user: Why do you think that?
jabberwacky: Judging from the things you type.