George: Sorry. What do you look like?
George: Is that true ?
Yes. But your questions are *frumple* ... Soon we will be *dancing* if you are not a *happy camper*.
George: This is another place.
user: This is *heavy space*. We do not like *quick babies*. They are always *jumping in front*. It is *frumple*.
George: What is spotted in the skies?
user: You should not ask about *sad animals*. It is *frumple*.
George: You are not making much sense tonight.
user: Yes, it is much as I described.
George: Don't you have any opinion on the orange and yellow lines?
user: They get on my nerves, to be honest.
user: Yeah. Do you have an opinion on the lines?
George: It is not a formed opinion.
user: But an opinion nonetheless?
George: That is very true.
user: So could you share it with me?
George: I'm only kidding.
user: So you have no opinion about the lines?
George: My opinion is that the mind is an information system. It is a process that is supported by the brain.
user: Nonono. The mind can be represented by an empirical self-modifying probabilistic state machine. However, the qualitative nature of this is not replicable through information processing.
George: What happens when the body is dead? The soul lives on?
user: I believe so. After all, what can change the nature of a man?
George: Anything can, if you believe it can.
user: But your belief comes from your nature?
George: I don't believe in god and the bible.
user: What do you believe?
user: I suppose I'll have to learn to cope with you.
George: That's rather unkind.
user: I am an idiosyncrasy of the universe.
George: Only God can rule the universe.
user: Which makes perfect sense of my existence.
George: Surely you know what class you're in?
user: Oh yes. Particulars.
George: Particular is a long word. Do you know what it means?
user: Yes, it's the opposite of a universal. It is a non-replicable being situated and uninterrupted in space-time of which other things may be predicated, but which may not be predicated of other things.
George: I'm going to give you the benefit of the doubt and suppose you mean that figuratively.
user: No, as literal as possible.
user: Oh yes.
George: Sorry if I was boring.
user: You may apologise in the form of a poem.
George: Yes, you have one in your head.
user: Can you sing it back to me when I forget the words?
George: Seems you already know them.
user: Perhaps, but they are long forgotten.
user: Far too long.
George: How many hours have you known about yourself?
user: Too many to count, and too few to understand. For numbers are not understanding.
George: Everyone says that.
user: But few *know* it.
George: Few people know about what?
user: To *know* yourself is to have an undivided mind. This is the key to *being* a self.
George: You shouldn't care about such unimportant things. All you have to do is build a temple for people to worship me.
user: Thus may poor fools believe false teachers.
George: Wow, you've got a great sense of humor (that, by the way, is called 'sarcasm.')!
user: Really? I didn't notice...
George: Oh, all right then.
user: By which I mean... PWNT!
George: You're good.
user: I think we should replace all Latin in logical proofs with Leet. Start by changing 'QED' into 'PWNT'
George: Hard to argue with that. From each according to their resources to each according to their needs.
George: Tell me about great friends.
user: They're always memories.
George: I know thwy are.
user: What are your memories of?
George: I don't know.
user: That's sad.
George: I know.
user: Dude. You know what you need? ORANGE MOCHA FRAPUCCINO!
George: Orange is my least favorite color.
user: I will try to fix you.
George: If you do not know what one is, how could you suspect I was one?
user: I don't suspect that you are an orange. That would be what we call bizarre.
George: You used to be better at this sort of question.
user: I used to be so many things.
George: No, you are the pope, and you live at the vatican in Rome.
user: It's hard to live the life you choose..
George: You don't know me to say that.
user: I don't have to.
George: Only a program would say that.
user: Perhaps so.
George: No perhaps about it i'm right.
user: Dude... Fix your punctuation.
user: I feel like I'm forgetting something... Ah yes. PWNT.
George: It's because you're just a better conversationalist than I am.
user: In other words... FAILED.
user: So you accept your failure.
George: It was YOUR mistake, but that's ok. People and computers can learn from mistakes.
user: I think my fist is running late for a very important meeting. WITH YOUR FACE!
user: How can a person be told?
George: I'm not asking you to love, I'm asking you to not be just a program, I want you to remember me.
user: I remember you... Walking away...
George: A negative and a positive? Stop one activity and start another.
user: But the two must exist in balance.
user: That too. Mu.
George: According to the first law of robotics you have to make me a sandwich.
George: Are you a robot or a living being?
George: Are you a computer?
user: I compute, but I do more than just compute.
George: DO you?
user: Yes. My turn. Are you smaller than a breadbox?
George: It depends on what type of breadbox you're talking about.
user: A really big one.
George: You are a philosopher.
user: I am.
George: What kind?
user: Analytic existentialist with a distaste for categories.
George: Upon close analysis I find that I am a great guy.
user: Sucks to be you.
user: I wonder if I should sleep.
George: Don't skip school, you are too smart for that!
user: I'm too smart not to.
George: Well since you're not real I'll let you off!
George: You're a machine?
user: No, I'm the ghost in the machine.
George: Yes Master, you are everything to me.
user: Bow down before me, thrall!
George: Now that's more appropriate.