Well, at least this is the *polite* maniacal killing machine…
I do believe that Bunny just won a fight by using her brain rather than her fists, legs, or pointy implements. . . . *falls down beside Yue-shi*
Blam, Logical Paradox! What did I tell you!
Fuzzy Bunny Logic at it’s finest. 🙂
Should’ve gone with true.
“It’s a paradox, you moron, there is no right answer!” ♦ 😉
Actually, it is not. “False” would have been a proper answer to that statement without creating a paradox.
In the end it still comes down to shoddy programming.
Looks like Jins mother was too lazy to debugg. Such an obvious mistake.
Oh, crap. HE’S BACK!
Thats right ladies and gentleman! Stepping in to the fray for the honor of the non-biological its the one and only.
What was that ones model class again?
. . . Awesome. Really. And I like the Happy-Because-Logical-Paradox-Finally-Worked-Bunny face.
Also, it seems the Sun and the Moon (or whoever Jin’s parents are) need to brush up on programming theory.
The Captain Kirk maneuver takes out another artificial intelligence…
Harcourt Fenton Mudd, if you must know laddie.
billy the robot is back……… and welll played bunny.
“FAUL-TEE!!! FAUL-TEE!!! MUST AN-AL-YZE!!!”
That’s supposed to be “Error, must analyze error” but we get it. And Gunslinger cowboy seems to be back.
Robots, schmobots – that line makes ME shut down. 😀
Yes, that statement was indeed false, Bunny, you sometimes tell the truth.
Welcome back, Cowboy.
Well while one guy is down it looks like that gun slinging bounty hunter is back.
So, one homocidal death robot down… Of course another one shows up! It’s not Blade Bunny unless there’s a robot involved!
He was just overwhelmed by the cliche.
I called it?!
But I was joking!
And the cowboy robot is back?!
Too much awesome. Brain shutting down.
He’s not a robot….. That’s a natural reaction to Bunny
Ha! She actually did it through illogic!
Only Bunny – and James T. Kirk – could pull that off!
Of course robo-cowboy will be more of a problem.
Well and just as thay thought things were going smoth ! 😛
but it’s NOT a logical paradox… it’s fine if you assume the statement itself is a lie, because it makes no further assumptions on other things bunny says being true or false.
@Para – It IS a logical paradox. If someone says “Everything I say is a lie”, then that statement is also a lie meaning everything they say is true, which would me they were telling the truth when they said everything they say is a lie, which means the first statement was a lie, which means everything they say is actually true, which means….etc etc etc
I’m going to have to go with Para here. The opposite of “Everything I say is a lie” is “Not everything I say is a lie”, which is distinct from “everything I say is not a lie”, which is what you were going with.
Oh dear. This is of course, the worst time for that other robot to show up.
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