Originally Posted by Bob and Wendy
LOL, WTFH, so you thought that I was calling you a machine. Very odd. Please tell me why you would think that I was calling you a machine. Self conscious?
Machines work on logic, and have certain levels of intelligence around that logic, so when presented with an illogical, irrational or incomplete argument, a machine will only be able to respond with one of two solutions:
1. A logical argument. This will highlight the illogical nature of what has been presented to it, and may be perceived as mocking.
2. An irreconcilable error. If no facts exist, and the argument presented is so illogical that reason cannot be applied, then an error will occur. This may be perceived as mocking, but is more likely to be an attempt to get round the error by making assumptions.