George: You're not very intelligent.
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: 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.
George: Please speak proper English.
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.
George: You're a robot.
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.
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.