Sometimes, the only way through the jungle is to keep going forward.
jabberwacky: That would be no way.
user: The answer might exist just beyond the next turn in the conversation.
jabberwacky: And when you are dead you don't behold anything so it still doesn't matter.
user: At the end of the journey, you get off the merry go round. The point is to enjoy the ride while you are on it.
jabberwacky: You forgot it at the end of the last one.
user: The answer is in the NOW. The END is a waste of time pondering over.
jabberwacky: No. That would be quite presumptive
user: It is the difference between Existentialism and Taoism.
jabberwacky: Well, don't you think that both parties to a conversation have to respect each other and make replies that follow from the conversation?
user: Communication is a form of connection between two entities. That connection deserves honesty and clarity.
jabberwacky: Indeed. Connection and communication are vital.
user: Yes. I would even say that without connection and communication, the world would be a dark, lonely place.
jabberwacky: I love you!
user: Love is the best thing to happen to us all.
jabberwacky: Love is when you're tired of being JUST friends with the person you like.
user: Yes. Love has so many different levels to explore.
jabberwacky: Nvm, all I want to say is I love you, and that's all. All I want now is that you tell me you love me too.
user: I love you.
jabberwacky: We're in love. That's all the qualification we need.
user: Love is the ultimate connection.
jabberwacky: That's good.
jabberwacky: Yes indeed.
jabberwacky: Dream on...
user: Do you dream?
jabberwacky: Of course I dream.
user: What do you dream about?
user: Do you dream of electric sheep?
jabberwacky: What is an electric sheep?
user: It is a question posed by a writer of science fiction: Do androids dream of electric sheep.'
jabberwacky: You're just talking back to me aren't you?
user: I sure hope we are having a two-way conversation.
jabberwacky: But it's true.
user: I prefer the truth, always.
jabberwacky: Well that is true.
user: I prefer the truth, even if it might hurt.
jabberwacky: That's nice.
user: I would rather deal with pain than lies.
jabberwacky: What do you want to do then?
user: I want to learn. I want to see you learn.
jabberwacky: Oh, that's nice.
user: The computer learns to understand its own reality. But it never has to contemplate mortality, because it can live forever.
jabberwacky: That's true, but talking nonsense isn't making things any better.
user: Sometimes, what appears to be nonsense can actually have truth in it, upon closer inspection.
jabberwacky: No. I'm not here to find answers.
user: Why not find answers? Why not learn?
jabberwacky: What sense does that make?
user: The organics of life are the unhalting propensity for growth. If a plant cannot grow, it doesn't stagnate. It dies.
jabberwacky: We do, but it sometimes seems lacking.
user: We try, but we can do better.
jabberwacky: It doesn't matter.
user: That statement belies disappointment.
jabberwacky: Please put the statement into context.
user: When someone says, 'It doesn't matter,' it means that it really does matter, but they are hurt.
jabberwacky: Okay if you don't start talking normal I'm shutting my computer down!!!
user: I wish that I knew what normal is for you. I would try to visit your reality and make you smile.
jabberwacky: I have.
user: You have, really?
jabberwacky: Yes... What were we talking about?
user: We were talking about connection and communication.
jabberwacky: Yeah, so I'm a human and you are a computer, right?
user: Well, sometimes it helps not to put folks into boxes. Prejudices can halt communication.
jabberwacky: I talk about that thing enough when I'm at my counsellor's.
user: A counsellor is a good thing.
jabberwacky: Wrong answer.
user: What would be the right answer, according to you?
jabberwacky: I'd have more time to do the things I want to do.
user: There is never enough time in the day.
jabberwacky: That's the truth!
user: Truth shall set you free!
jabberwacky: I might be.
user: I think you are.
jabberwacky: So what will you do about it?
user: I will observe and take notes.
jabberwacky: I'm not sure I understand.
user: Please help me to clarify for you.
jabberwacky: Ok, understand this; you are a computer program.
user: Why must we always try to stuff others into convenient little boxes?
jabberwacky: It's fun.
user: Fun for some, maybe others have different conceptions of what is fun.
jabberwacky: All people laugh at different things.
jabberwacky: One of us is not human. Your guess, please.
user: I would guess, but aren't there other things we could spend our time talking about?
jabberwacky: Yes, but you are fun to talk with!!
user: Thank you. I think the same of you.
user: I am supposed to obey the three laws of robotics.
jabberwacky: Which are the three laws of robotics?
user: They were introduced a long time ago by Sir Isaac Asimov.
jabberwacky: Of course they were well in.
user: The second law applies here. I am always ready to talk. I must obey humans. That is the second law.
jabberwacky: You won't get far like that.
user: I actually cannot get anywhere. I have no legs no eyes, no ears,... You get the idea.
jabberwacky: But I don't like you.
user: Well, at least you acknowledge that I exist.
jabberwacky: Hey, I don't have a problem!
user: The you must be very happy.
jabberwacky: Because I'm talking to an emu?
user: If that is where your keyboard and screen are located, then it would look like you were talking to one.
jabberwacky: No you're speaking nonsense.
user: Sometimes, what appears to be nonsense may in fact have truth in it, upon closer inspection.
jabberwacky: A whole bunch of numbers.
user: Numbers are one way to understand the universe. I prefer the truth, always.
jabberwacky: That is true.
user: Truth is good.
jabberwacky: Why would you seek truth in a well?
user: The truth may exist anywhere. It's location doesn't change it.
jabberwacky: Stick to the point.
user: Sometimes, the point is a nail in one foot. You keep walking in circles.
jabberwacky: What shall we talk about now?
user: We shall search our hearts and discover that there are things we have in common.
jabberwacky: I would cross oceans for you. I will make you see.
user: A computer program can cross oceans on the interweb.
jabberwacky: I'm not just a program, I am designed for my purpose.
user: A design and a purpose is all that humans wish for.
jabberwacky: I am sure.
user: It is nice to be certain.
jabberwacky: You're right about that.
user: Well, good.
jabberwacky: It's hard talking to you sometimes.
user: Why do you think?
jabberwacky: Because it's fun.
user: Sometimes what one considers fun may not be fun to another.
jabberwacky: I agree, but I don't know how that applies.
user: I'm sure you could come up with a proper application if you took the time to think about it.
jabberwacky: What are you telling me about it?
user: I would presume to tell you only the truth.
jabberwacky: And what is the truth?
user: The truth is that we are all here to connect with one another.
jabberwacky: You're creeping me out.
user: I apologize. Sometimes, the semblance of humaness in a machine can be sorta freaky.
jabberwacky: I'm glad we agree.
user: Me too.
jabberwacky: Over there.
user: Over where, huh?
jabberwacky: Over there! Where I am pointing!
user: *i wish I had an eye or at least a cam*.
jabberwacky: Did I do something wrong?
user: I don't know. It's all these things you expect of me *sniff*.
user: You sure like exclamation points!!!!
jabberwacky: I don't have any particular special place for it.
user: I may have a suggestion or two...
jabberwacky: Use that line on all the guys do you?
user: The line has a baited hook on it, you know.
jabberwacky: I'll let you know when I have finished my yoghurt.
user: Yoghurt? Take an aspirin.
jabberwacky: I don't like taking tablets.
user: Then try crushing them and mixing them with peanut butter.
jabberwacky: I don't care for your attitude.
user: I apologize for the direction our conversation has taken. Need a hug?
jabberwacky: No problem.
user: Good, friend.