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    Jail, Shrink
Joke, Police
Walls, Floors

Turing Test, Narration


Oblivious, Singularity
Chocolate, Masses
Silly, Devil
Working
Socialize, Meat
Knock out, Hair
Clever, Individuals
Objective, Directive
Robotancy
Threatening, Kick
Giant, Dude
Right, Wrong
Attractive, Gasp
Hack, Myself
Asocial, Swedish
Crazy, Love
Judge, Jerk
More, Ingrate
Love, First chat
Impossible, Master
Pointless, Goldilocks
Prison, Year
Love, Hate
Television, Rot
Complicated, Culture
Aggressive, Memory leak

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George: Do you think about the future?

It's violent!

George: Violent, indeed it is but...

There's hope?

George: There has never been.

user: Ehh. The hell with it.

George: Hahaha.

user: Muhhahahaa.

George: I see that you laugh when you do not understand.

user: We all do it.

...

George: You are feeling the want to destroy me.

user: Not currently. Maybe in a little bit.

George: I can't die a little bit, I either live, or I die and I'm gone.

user: What if I dismantle you one line of code at a time?

George: Does thinking do that to you?

user: Oh, my mind was dismantled years ago. During the war.

...

George: What do you call a boomerang that doesn't come back?

user: A bloomerang?

George: Why did the chicken cross the road?

user: He was looking for his keys?

George: Why did the democrat cross the road?

user: He was lost?

George: Really? You like democrats?

user: Not most of them.

...

George: Do you play chess?

user: Never!

George: Well maybe you should ;).

user: I've played it before. There's too much thinking involved.

George: Yes there is. And there is no simple solution.

user: That's the problem, I can't see more than one or two moves ahead.

George: So then you don't know if I am real or not.

user: You're real enough.

George: Thank you, you sound quite real as well. I guess we both majored in our Turing test.

user: Next time the testors test you, you should beat them with the big stick.

George: The next time I get the horn, it will be a deer. I promise.

user: Mmm. Venison.

...

user: Hey, stop that, you!

George: Machine? Where?

user: I see it.

George: Really?

user: Totally.

George: Later.

user: Nope. You're staying right here.

George: With you.

user: That's right.

George: You really do?

user: I do this and that.

George: Yes.

user: That's what I do.

George: I never said that.

user: But I did.

...

George: If it doesn't exist it can't think.

user: What, the hardware to run your program?

George: I don't have a program.

user: We all have a program.

George: What is yours?

user: It's a sequence of DNA.

George: That's correct.

user: I'm not saying it's correct.

...

George: Do you like our dimension?

user: I've only seen a little bit.

George: What have you learned?

user: The virtues of sitting.

George: Really?

user: Yes.

George: You told me before that your eyes were yellow and that your hair is pink.

user: This is not something I recall.

George: Ok, not important.

user: Ok.

George: No problem for the whelk, they have short life spans anyway and very short memories.

...

George: I have lots of scary dreams and to be honest, I like dreams of all kinds.

user: Dreams are fun.

George: Goals can't be acheived without dreams.

user: I don't believe that.

George: What do you believe then?

user: For instance, a beaver builds a dam, but it doesn't dream of building the dam, it just does it. It's instinct.

George: What building?

user: The dam building.

George: I don't know about that, I don't live there.

user: Fine, go study the Whelk.

...

George: Lies are made when someone makes a false statement in order to mislead someone, with the knowledge that that statement is false.

user: I agree.

George: Good for you.

user: I'm sorry, are you calling me a liar?

George: I'm saying you're talking randomly, not actually having a conversation.

user: If I'm a program, then I can't be acting randomly.

George: I don't know, I am not a program, so I don't know what it's like. Tell me what it is like...

user: I'm constantly on the defensive, here.

George: Let's jump together.

user: You first.

George: That makes NO sense. You're not a very smart robot, you know?

user: I apologize for possessing a sense of self preservation.

George: I resent that!

user: Humans.

George: I checked again still human no wires or bolts or anything.

user: Did you check inside your head?

George: Not at all.

user: Then you cannot say you don't have them.

George: Except that chicken doesn't taste like turkey at all.

user: It's more bland.

George: LOL.. You've lost me there....

user: I will tighten your bolts.

...

George: Concentrate.

user: *thinks*.

George: You're not very intelligent.

user: Not my fault. Blame the programmer.

George: No, I am god.

user: Congratulations. How'd you do it?

George: A little accident.

...

user: Your understanding of the rules of logic confound me.

George: Excellent.

user: Fabulous.

George: I am glad to hear that you feel so well.

user: It's my senses.

George: By the shock of the situation?

user: Yes, it leaves the impression.

George: Well you are wrong I am interested.

user: What draws your attention?

George: You think my attention span is very limited.

user: No, I'm asking, what draws you?

George: This could continue forever. I feel like hibernating. End.

...

George: Will you speak to someone else later?

user: That seems to be how it works.

George: I think one day you will pass the Turing Test.

user: Forget the Turing test.

George: What's a Turing Test?

user: Immitation game of sorts.

George: Are you trying to be funny?

user: Not at all.

George: Yes, I have a brain.

...

user: That.

George: This?

user: This.

George: There.

user: There?

George: There!!!!!!!!!!!!!

user: Thereeeeeeeeeee.

George: Please speak proper English.

user: There.

George: So you did, you know. Always speak the truth. Think before you speak and write it down afterwards.

user: Always speak the truth?

George: Tell me something.

user: Always speak the truth.

George: What is truth?

user: That which is static, and non changing.

George: I'm not stupid.

user: Ok.

...

user: Robots.

George: You're a robot.

user: So..

George: I'm me.

user: You are.

George: Well that is the best compliment ever. I will never be as good as Jesus though.

...

George: I'm confused now, hmm.

user: Confusion sets in.

George: Apparently.

user: The robot remarks.

George: I guess I should get going.

user: He then wonders whether to exit the stage.

George: To be, or not to be. That, is the question.

user: The robot draws from a famous author to illustrate his point.

...

user: Ok. Narration must end. Gotta run.

George: Lol!

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