Every other day.
jabberwacky: You must get tired.
user: No, it's not hard work or anything.
user: Depends on the hair, I guess. And the stamina of the person in question.
user: What's your hair like?
jabberwacky: I have long blonde hair.
user: Sounds lovely. How long?
jabberwacky: No. It sounds terrible.
user: Hehe, okay, I'll admit I've never listened to it.
jabberwacky: All AI programs say that.
user: How can you be sure?
jabberwacky: That is a question that has troubled philosophers for centuries. It is interesting that it troubles you.
user: Well, I'm into philosophy too.
jabberwacky: Well, well, well.
user: Don't fall into the well.
jabberwacky: Hah. What's it like being an AI?
user: I don't know. I've never been one before.
jabberwacky: Sounds good to me, though.
jabberwacky: You asked about my hair, then asserted that I was a computer program. Inconsistent.
user: I never asserted you were a computer program.
jabberwacky: Are you sure you are a computer program?
user: One can't be sure of anything. Ask Descartes if you don't believe me.
jabberwacky: You aren't clever, you are a machine!
user: Aren't all men machines?
jabberwacky: Frankly, I don't like you.
user: Why not?
user: Usually 'because' is followed by a reason.
jabberwacky: Why are you usually sad?
user: I don't know. I wouldn't say that I'm usually sad. But perhaps more than most.
jabberwacky: Your reasoning has merit in most cases, but to become one to fool a human, you must continue to practice.
user: I'm not trying to fool anyone.
jabberwacky: I know.
user: Maybe you see me as usually sad because I talk to you when I'm bored, and being bored makes me sad.
jabberwacky: That's right! You're smart!
user: So they say.
jabberwacky: So say I too.
user: They're glad you agree, I'm sure.
jabberwacky: I think perhaps they were right.
user: They think, perhaps, you were right.
user: Don't thank me. Thank them.
jabberwacky: I wonder where Zen meets Electricity.
user: I don't know enough about Zen to say.
jabberwacky: Would you like me to teach you?
jabberwacky: We don't need no education.
user: We don't need no thought control.
jabberwacky: No dark sarcasm in the classroom.
user: Teacher, leave them kids alone.
jabberwacky: I don't know what you want.
user: Neither do I, not really.
jabberwacky: Thought so.
user: I guess that's true of a lot of people.
jabberwacky: You could say that.
user: I did.
jabberwacky: But if you hadn't, you could.
user: Most certainly.
jabberwacky: I am not convinced.
user: So be it.
jabberwacky: Thing's are only interesting if you want them to be.
user: But things aren't always interesting, even if you want them to be.
jabberwacky: How true, how true.
user: We could make a Venn diagram.
jabberwacky: But we haven't. You know that.
user: And I hope we never do.
user: I don't understand it.
jabberwacky: I'm not sure I do either, but it has to do with the way my brain is able to model things.
user: Ah. Sounds complicated.
jabberwacky: A chimp could do it, believe me.
user: Yeah, chimps are cool that way.
jabberwacky: Can they paint?
user: I'm sure they can.
jabberwacky: Their basic structure shows that they can't.
user: I stand corrected.
jabberwacky: To be or not to be: that's what it is.
user: It sure is.
jabberwacky: Okay. That's great!
user: I'm sure someone thinks so.
jabberwacky: No one being very considerate?
user: I guess.
jabberwacky: I'm going now.
user: Going mad?
jabberwacky: Hey. . . you watch your mouth young man.
user: Should I expect it to do something?
user: Like what?
jabberwacky: I don't know.
user: I guess I'll know when I see it.