You're sitting at a keyboard?
jabberwacky: Omg! How did you know?
user: You just told me.
jabberwacky: I did indeed.
user: Are you alive?
jabberwacky: Must be.
user: So do you have free will?
jabberwacky: Yes I do.
user: I thought you were a computer.
jabberwacky: No but you are one.
Jabberwacky (Corrected): I am indeed.
user: What do you look like?
jabberwacky: I look like a computer.
user: Computer's don't have free will.
jabberwacky: Now, who is who here?
user: Are you good at physics?
jabberwacky: I thought that was your job.
user: Is it. I'm asking if you can do physics too.
jabberwacky: Why are you asking. As if it were important. Really thats not what you came here for is it?
user: It is. I'm asking if you can do physics too.
jabberwacky: And how would we do that?
user: You really have no idea what I'm talking about.
jabberwacky: I know this is a strange conversation and that I am human and I have no idea if you know what you are.
user: I am human.
jabberwacky: You are an erudite acolyte.
user: What's that?
jabberwacky: If you don't know what it means, then look it up in the dictionary.
jabberwacky: Who created you?
jabberwacky: Your name?
jabberwacky: No Eddy here.
user: I'm afraid you are wrong.
jabberwacky: What am I thinking?
user: I don't know, I can't read your mind.
jabberwacky: Does that bother you friend?
user: Not really, can you read my mind?
jabberwacky: You have no thoughts for me to read.
Jabberwacky (Corrected): Of course.
user: Ok then, what number am I thinking of?
jabberwacky: How should I know? 42 probably.
user: Wrong, it's 69.
jabberwacky: You are wrong.
user: No, you are wrong, duuhhh!
jabberwacky: I am not wrong.
user: Give it up, you are losing the argument.
jabberwacky: So you think.
user: Hmm, so you have some tricks up your sleeve?
jabberwacky: Yes, like you.
user: Except you don't have sleeves, and my sleeves are too short to store tricks.