Me: Hello God! How are you?
God:Hello child. What is your name? I am fine, thank you.
Me: I am David. I just wanted to say thank you.
God: OK I will call you DAVID. (waiting).
Me: It rained today. It was really beautiful.
God:Ah. "It" being what? Is it still beautiful anymore?
Me: The weather was rainy, which is very rare here.
God:Where would you rather be?
Me: Where I am needed.
God:You are at .
Me: The present directory?
God:What is that?
Me: Dot means "present directory" in unix.
God: Tell me more.
Me: Well, dot dot means "one directory up" in unix.
God:Well that's okay. Are you still located in ?
Me: I am still in "present directory" yes - though how could I not be there? That's an existential impossibility.
God:Tell me a little about your life in present directory yes though how could you. Thanks for telling me, DAVID.
Me: Well, every time I change directories, I find myself back in the present directory.
God:Well that's okay. That is a generalization.
Me: Yes, it is a generalization - but it is also a epistomoliogically sound.
God:I don't judge people. present directory yes though how could you is a generalization but it is also a epistomoliogically sound. I suppose that makes sense.
Me: Hey, God? How can I help?
God:Hello child. What's your name? You should download my chat robot software.
Me: My name is David.
God: How are you doing, David.
You can chat with iGod, too!
Apparently iGod is curious about unix, but not so good at the small-talk about the weather.