Still some bugs, but on the whole it was fun. Here's the link.
Bot: Are there men in the moon?
Me: No. There are no men IN the moon. Nor are there men ON the moon.
Bot: Who are thee?
Me: I am Kate.
Bot: No you are not.
Me: Well, that is an illogical reaction as surely you cannot know who I am anyway. But I concede it is not my baptismal name.
Bot: I do not believe in God.
Me: I'm not sure about God. But that does not preclude me having been baptised.
Bot: I believe you are correct.
Me: My name is Katherine. Who are thee?
Bot: How are you Katherine?
Me: I am well, thank you. Who are you?
Bot: I am god.
Me: That is funny as you just said you didn't believe in God.
Bot: No, I said that so you may beleive that I am a bot. I beleive in God fully.
Me: Well, there is a difference if you are small g god, I suppose. However you cannot spell believe correctly.
Bot: No we are both GOD we can do anything.
Me: Are you saying that if you are God you can spell 'believe' however you wish?
Me: OK. There is some logic in that presumption.
Bot: But aren't you going to run and help her?
Me: I'm confused. That question does not relate to our previous conversation.
Bot: You told me not to eat truth.
Me: When did I tell you not to eat truth?
Bot: You didn't tell me your name.
Me: I did tell you my name. My name is Katherine.
Bot: Hi Katherine.
Me: Hello god. Nice to meet you.
Bot: It is nice to meet you too.
'I'm always looking for the Hows and the Whys and the Whats,' said Muskrat, 'That is why I speak as I do. You've heard of Muskrat's Much-in-Little, of course?'
'No,' said the child. 'What is it?'
- The Mouse and his Child. Russell Hoban.
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