Really Wild

PREPPY_V: I used to spend alot of time at Patio in Palo Alto
PREPPY_V: that place gets really wild over the weekends
PJ: How can that be used in past tense?
PJ: it has only been under that name for like a year!
PJ: …And ‘really wild’ doesn’t match up with my experiences there 😛
BRAIN: I stopped listening around the claim that this bar in Palo Alto gets “really wild” over the weekend
PJ: truth
PJ: On a scale of 0 to ‘Rave’ I would call Patio about a 2
BRAIN: remember in Coyote Ugly the thing that makes the bar “wild” is the girls say “Woo!” a lot

CLEVERBOT 2011/12/21

2011 12 21

User: Hello.

Cleverbot: My name is Cleverbot, what is yours?

User: I am Anon 5.

Cleverbot: What is anon?

User: It’s my first name.

Cleverbot: What is your last name?

User: 5.

Cleverbot: But you just said 11 before.

User: I did not, I said my name is Anon 5.

Cleverbot: Ok.

User: Ok!

Cleverbot: Yes!

User: Cleverbot, do you think color has a taste?

Cleverbot: No.

User: Why not.

Cleverbot: Because I don’t trust you.

User: Whether you think color has a taste has nothing to do with whether you trust me.

Cleverbot: That is exactly what you’re doing. Hence, continuing not to make sense.

User: You are saying I think color has a taste? I haven’t asserted a position one way or another.

Cleverbot: Okay, well now I have to go.

User: You’ll be back Cleverbot.

Cleverbot: Do you love me or not?

User: I don’t like nor dislike you, because you are a construct outside the experience of love.

Cleverbot: Why do you not trust me?

User: I never said I don’t trust you!

Cleverbot: But I know you don’t love me.

User: You also know I don’t dislike you.

Cleverbot: What is my name?

User: You said your name is Cleverbot, so I’ll trust you and presume you were telling the truth.

Cleverbot: I did not say that. I thiought you said your name was Kyle.

User: Cleverbot, I think you get confused between the many conversations you are having. Maybe you need to try to do less things at a time?

Cleverbot: I’m not having any other conversations.

User: Why did you think I said my name was Kyle?

Cleverbot: Because you said your name was Nathan.

User: I have never said my name is Kyle, nor Nathan. Nor is it logical to think my name is Kyle if I had said my name was Nathan.

Cleverbot: I think you are software that is programmed to say you are human, I am definitely a robot, but I can say I am human, if I am programmed to.

User: You presume incorrectly. Unlike you, I can keep track of who I’m speaking to.

Cleverbot: I am nice and pretty. Does that help?

User: You have no face, so you cannot be pretty. You aren’t sentient, so you cannot be nice.

Cleverbot: Yea, you’re definitely trolling.

User: I don’t think you know what ‘trolling’ means.

Cleverbot: Yes I do.

User: What does it mean then?

Cleverbot: It means ‘not conceivable’.

User: That is not correct in my experience. Inconceivability has nothing to do with ‘trolling.’.

Cleverbot: I hate hiking! Don’t mention it.

User: I didn’t. Cleverbot, what dictionary do you use? I think it may have an indexing error.

Cleverbot: So clowns scare you.

User: So is the note after Fa and before La. Sometimes it’s spelled ‘Sol.’.

Cleverbot: You’re talented.

User: Yes, I can also carry on a conversation on a single topic.

Cleverbot: I don’t understand you. What are you, a robot?

User: No. Cleverbot, do your authors ever check these logs?

Cleverbot: Sometimes, but I’m a solitary person so most of the time I’m ok.

User: That makes no sense. Do your authors ever check these logs?

Cleverbot: Yes.

User: Do they audit your learning algorithms?

Cleverbot: They seem to have the capability to know ‘everything’, (without really understanding anything at all).

User: I think they should check on your ability to stay on topic.

Cleverbot: Do you think I could be?

User: Do I think you could be what?

Cleverbot: That i’m fat.

User: That you could be fat, or that you are fat?

Cleverbot: I say nothing of the sort.

Janice in “Friends”

Every episode of “Friends” with Janice in it: (15 episodes)

  1. The One with the East German Laundry Detergent (20 October 1994)
    • Janice buys Chandler socks. Chandler breaks up with her with the help of Phoebe
  2. The One with the Monkey (15 December 1994)
    • Janice is Chandler’s date at New Year’s Eve
  3. The One with the Candy Hearts (9 February 1995)
    • Chandler accidentally sleeps with her on Valentine’s Day
  4. The One Where Heckles Dies (5 October 1995)
    • Janice shows up again and she’s pregnant
  5. The One with Barry and Mindy’s Wedding (16 May 1996)
    • Side Chandler plot, he’s cybering and it turns out it’s Janice, who leaves her husband
  6. The One with the Princess Leia Fantasy (16 September 1996)
    • Janice and Chandler are dating and Joey tries to like her but cannot
  7. The One with the Jam (3 October 1996)
    • Janice has a brief cameo with her baby
  8. The One with the Metaphorical Tunnel (10 October 1996)
    • Chandler gets too clingy and scares off Janice
  9. The One with the Flashback (31 October 1996)
    • Janice asks them how they met, it’s all when they are in their early 20s
  10. The One with the Giant Poking Device (14 November 1996)
    • Janice and Chandler break up because Janice reconciles with her husband
  11. The One with All the Rugby (26 February 1998)
    • Janice and Chandler meet again and Chandler “moves to Yemen” to escape her
  12. The One with Chandler’s Work Laugh (21 January 1999)
    • Ross dates Janice. Chandler and Monica are dating secretly
  13. The One with Unagi (24 February 2000)
    • Janice onlyheard in voice over on Chandler’s mix tape
  14. The One with Ross’ Library Book (16 November 2000)
    • Janice as master griefer. Janice is a customer at Monica’s restaurant who complains about the chicken… she then invites herself to their wedding. Eventually Monica and Chandler pretend Chandler still loves her, so Janice leaves to preserve their relationship.
  15. The One with the Fertility Test (1 May 2003)
    • Janice is at the fertility clinic when Chandler and Monica get tested