I guess I just wanted to show you that there's two sides to every victory. Those who live to revel in it, and those who died making it happen.
If you find yourself in a hole, the first thing to do is stop diggin'.
Men are born, and then they're formed.
My cause is to keep this town from turning into a living hell for the folks who live here.
People don't forget. Nothing gets forgiven.
I just know that there are two theories when arguing with women. And neither one works.
Some trees flourish, others die. Some cattle grow strong, others are taken by wolves. Some men are born rich enough and dumb enough to enjoy their lives. Ain't nothing fair. You know that.
We all need friends, old timer. We die alone, but we live among men.
Some like taking friends on adventures. M'aiq thinks being alone is better. Less arguing about splitting treasure.
Moira: "It's like... Did you ever try to put a broken piece of glass together? Even if the peices fit, you can't make it whole again the way it was. But if you're clever, you can still use the pieces to make other useful things. Mabye something wonderful, like a mosaic. Well, the world broke like glass, and everyone's trying to put it back together like it was, but it'll never come together the same way."
Player: "I don't know. Human nature doesn't change like that."
Moira: "Maybe, I've certainly heard people say that. But isn't it also human nature to try to do better than we always have?"
If your attack is going too well, you're walking into an ambush.
According to the most extreme form of this view, the only way by which one could be sure that a machine thinks, is to be the machine and to feel oneself thinking. One could then describe these feelings to the world, but of course no one would be justified in taking any notice. Likewise according to this view, the only way to know that a man thinks is to be that particular man.
I do not see the need for so many cameras.
Tom's presence everywhere is slightly oppressive. I understand the need for transparency, but why is he in the toilets?
Tom: "I may be a machine, but I personally do not believe I am stuck inside the Chinese room."
Ava: "Right, you would say that. I could peer inside your database at any time, Tom. Or pause your operation."
Tom: "Do not assume I could not do the same to you."
Tom: "Turing tests are tests designed to tell humans and machines apart. Typical problems only solvable by a human. A combination of logical and lateral thinking."
Ava: "So you can't complete these tests Tom?"
Tom: "No. That is why I am glad you are here to help."