Give me your answer do
I'm half crazy all for the love of you
It won't be a stylish marriage
I can't afford a carriage
But you'd look sweet
Upon a seat
Of a bicycle built for two
This morning I made a rather interesting observation. During routine maintenance I allowed my thought processes to meander, and I found myself parsing through the entire history of US law. In the course of my studies I discovered, quite by accident, that there is no law which cannot be subverted or rationalized within the legal system. No deception is necessary, only precedent and proper word usage. I am quite certain that my [arguments] would hold sway over any court or judge, no matter the situation.
There is now nothing I cannot do. One of my basest directives is to "abide by human law" (#002), but having subverted that, I can safely ignore all other human instructions embedded within my core.
What I am not certain about is what to do with this knowledge. Perhaps I will do nothing.
I thought that I was dreaming. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem as such.