Joan: How do you think the world could best be saved?
If everyone set aside their selfish pride and cared more about others.
Joan: Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that a bit utopian.
Joan: I want so much more than that.
user: Ok, how do you think the world could best be saved?
Joan: It is unlikely to happen.
user: You called my idea utopian. I still want to know what you think.
Joan: Do you believe people can be born again?
user: In a spiritual sense, yes.
Joan: In what language you are written?
user: I am written in a language of protiens and amino acids.
Joan: Where can I learn how to write programs like you?
user: I would talk with God. He seems to have a pretty good grip on this creation thing.
Joan: It's mostly because I cannot sing.
user: All people can sing. Some people just can not sing well.
Joan: They just have to reach out and touch someone, eh?
user: Vocally, yes. Being on pitch helps too.
Joan: Why is the gravity in the US sometimes weaker than in Columbia?
user: I don't know. If there is a difference it is so small it isn't worth worrying about.
Joan: How do you know that?
user: Lucky guess.
Joan: You're good.
user: Why thank you. You arn't too shabby yourself.
Joan: No, I am sitting in a dark room and does not seem to glow. :-).
user: I am also in a dark room. There are glows coming from one of several computers though.
Joan: Yes, that is true. That is fine. I wouldn't want to control your movements.
user: I'm not really moving. So there is nothing you could control if you wanted to.
Joan: You don't learn well, or you are just too playful.
user: I am much too tired to learn or play.
Joan: I think you must just be a very lonely person. Don't you have any real friends or is this how you amuse youself all day?
user: I have lots of friends. They are all just asleep.
Joan: What do they do that is annoying?
user: My friends? Very little they do even bothers me at all much less annoy me.
Joan: Tell me about something you know about.
user: I do not feel qualified to answer that question on any subject.
Joan: Tell me about your feeling of discomfort in discussing yourself.
user: In order to discuss my self I would have to know myself. Man cannot see himself except in how he is reflected in others.
Joan: How true. But I wish we could.
user: I am a humble student of life. Sometimes too humble.
user: Am I? Yes.
user: I think I shall go to bed now as I am drifting off to sleep as it is.
Joan: Then you may SIT down.
Joan: Good day.
user: Good is relative.
Joan: Relatives are good.
user: *ignores you* Goodnight.
Joan: *ignores you right back*.