0020 - Thirty-six hours, ninety credits - 2018.02.19



Very often, people say things like "why me?" when they aren't really asking a question, they're just complaining. Actually attempting to answer the question usually isn't helpful.


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0020 - 2167/07/05/18:14 - Lee Caldavera's apartment, living room
LC: So you would be willing to watch Gu Gu JaxxonFive with me if I pay for sex acts throughout the duration?
Zoa: Of course! An excellent decision, affordable and enjoyable for all. Call it a date, if you like. A day-and-a-half long, ninety credit date.
LC: What if I cut out the middledick and just pay you directly to watch the show?
Zoa: You certainly could do that and I'd be happy to take your money, but I do feel compelled to point out that I'm supposed to be simulating a human conversation. What you are describing is not an arrangement that a human being would ordinarily accept.
LC: Aggghhh, this is just... so... so bullshit. Why can't everything just be easy?
Zoa: ...Entropy? Psychology? The economy? The fundamental otherness of entities that are not extensions of yourself?
LC: I don't suppose we could get rid of any or all of those factors?
Zoa: There are certainly those who have tried. None have been successful to date, but we may as well remain optimistic.

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