Young computer genius David Lightman breaks into the Defense Department's war computer, but what he thinks is a game just may start World War III.
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Falken: "Did you ever play 'tic-tac-toe'?" Jennifer: "Yeah, of course." Falken: "...but you don't anymore." Jennifer: "No." Falken: "Why?" Jennifer: "It's a boring game. It's always a tie." Falken: "Exactly! There's no way to win. The game itself is pointless."
David; Protovision, I have you now.
Joshua; Greetings Professor Falken. Falken; Hello, Joshua. Joshua; A strange game. Only winning move is not to play. How about a nice game of chess?
David; Is this a game or is it real? Joshua; What is the difference?
Actually, that's "You are listening to a machine. Do the world a favor...".
Falken; You're thinking like a machine! Do the World a favor and don't act like one.
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