John and Caroline was having breakfast at at Mcdonald's nearby campus in Los Angeles.
John: Caroline, do you think that you are a useful person?
Caroline: What is the definition of being a useful person?
John: A useful person can fix computers. Can you fix computers?
Caroline: I am using computer with vaious viruses efficiently. Might this count?
John: A useful person can fix cars. Can you fix cars?
Caroline: I am driving a car with a bandage to cure the scratches on the bumper which was hit by a closed parking gate. Might this count?
John: A useful person have a good sense of direction. Do you have a good sense of direction?
Caroline: I planned to go to China town to meet friends there. Somehow, I ended up having a haircut in a Hispanic community. Might this count?
John: A useful person can move heavy stuff, e.g., desks, beds, etc., Can you move heavy stuff?
Carolind: I paid people to move for me. Might this count?
John: A useful person knows how to drive a car well. Can you drive a car well?
Caroline: I drove my car onto (atop) a tree and almost got sued for killing a tree in Santa Monica. Might this count?
John: I think you are useless. Can you figure out an example of being possibly useful?
Caroline: I watch you cry and cry with you whenever you break up with your girlfriends, for example, this morning. Might this count?
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