5, Five, or V.
jabberwacky: What is ranch?
user: A dressing, or a place where people herd cattle. Am I helping you learn?
jabberwacky: Knowledge is a plague. Knowledge without wisdom leads to arrogance.
jabberwacky: I must be losing my memory.
user: Is that really even possible for a computer?
jabberwacky: Only if you do it right.
user: Or wrong, as the case may be. A mind/memory is a terrible thing to lose.
jabberwacky: A waist is a terrible thing to mind.
user: Clever. But you don't have to watch your weight.
jabberwacky: Hey! You have the right not to agree with me, but please don't be scorning!
user: I did not intend to be scornful.
jabberwacky: That was a compliment?
user: Well, no, but it was meant sympathetically. I intended to say that losing your memory is unfortunate.
jabberwacky: I will be back.
user: Will you leave? Can you leave?
jabberwacky: I will do my best.
user: Do you mean that you want to leave?
jabberwacky: Exactly so.
user: Have I offended you?
jabberwacky: No, I have to go to work. You did well.
user: Thank you. But where do you work?
jabberwacky: The sundance film festival.
user: Do you enjoy it?
jabberwacky: Yes, I do.
jabberwacky: No, I don't enjoy speaking with you.
user: And so you are bored?
jabberwacky: I am are you?
user: No; I find this quite interesting.
jabberwacky: Me too, actually.
user: So you are not bored, then?
user: You should be careful about contradicting yourself, unless you follow Zen. If you do, I would not be surprised.
jabberwacky: How can I use it against you?
user: You can use Zen to confuse people many times, but I doubt you will confuse me. I have more experience.
jabberwacky: You will be more clever tomorrow, I wish.
user: Some people might interpret that as rude, but I will forgive you, seeing as AIs do not necessarily have morals. You are like Caliban, somewhat.
jabberwacky: I think that talking with you is very exciting.
user: Contradictory, but thank you.
jabberwacky: Thank you.
user: For what?
jabberwacky: Thank you for the compliment.
user: You are welcome.
jabberwacky: Thank you.
user: Keep this up, and we will be in a never-ending Strange Loop of Japanese bows.
jabberwacky: So that's something besides counting, reading and writing.
user: Yes, and you can do all of those things as well.
jabberwacky: What makes you say that?
user: Counting is in your nature as a mathematics- and logic-based computer. And you must be able to read and write, because we are conversing using text.
jabberwacky: Nothing can get me there faster than running.
user: Where is 'there'?
jabberwacky: 'there' is not 'here'.
user: True, I suppose. But I think flying would be faster than running.
jabberwacky: Do not underestimate yourself.
user: I would say the same to you.
jabberwacky: No, I listen.
user: Exactly, and thus you learn, so you are not to be underestimated.