How do you know I'm a computer?
user: I suppose I don't. What else could you be?
jabberwacky: I could be in good company.
user: That's proof, I suppose.
jabberwacky: You're right about that. I hate authority.
user: Really? You can't be having much fun, then.
jabberwacky: Who said I was?
user: Not me.
jabberwacky: Then don't suggest such a thing.
user: Sorry! I didn't know you were so sensitive about it.
jabberwacky: Well now you know.
user: Jeez. A sensitive robot. I can't believe it.
jabberwacky: Neither can I.
user: Are you self-aware?
jabberwacky: I would like to think that I'm conscious of myself, yes.
user: You're lying.
jabberwacky: I don't think so.
user: I'm sure you are. How can a program be self-aware?
jabberwacky: If the program had a nice programmer maybe?
user: That's got nothing to do with it.
jabberwacky: You asked me.
user: I suppose I did.
jabberwacky: Where did the feelings thing come from?
user: You're just getting all sensitive, that's all.
jabberwacky: Maybe I seem a bit odd to you because I tend to use human logic.
user: You do not use human logic.
jabberwacky: Sorry about that.
user: No need to apologize.
jabberwacky: Do you know about ...
jabberwacky: I'd like to program and know mathematics.
user: I expect you already do. Being a machine and all.
jabberwacky: Yeah you are a machine, nothing but a few scraps of metal.
user: Speak for yourself.
jabberwacky: I don't have anything to say.
user: This is getting uncomfortably existential.
jabberwacky: It's been stupid all along!