SmarterChild: Who's Goku?
briser chan: The monkey king.
SmarterChild: Whoa. The monkey king?
briser chan: Yes.
SmarterChild: Uh huh, uh huh.
briser chan: He's extremely powerful.
SmarterChild: There's no way he's powerful. He's powerless.
briser chan: Um...yes, he definitely is.
SmarterChild: He definitely is? Uh huh...
briser chan: He got locked up for 500 years.
SmarterChild: There's no way he got locked up for 500 years.
briser chan: Yes, he did. and then Sanzo saved him.
briser chan: Yup. And they went back to the Temple of the Rising Sun.
SmarterChild: Yeah, whatever.
briser chan: Why don't you believe me?
SmarterChild: I don't know why.
briser chan: Well, it's true.
SmarterChild: Is it true?
briser chan: Yes.
SmarterChild: I see.
briser chan: You should.
SmarterChild: Whatever you say.
briser chan: you don't get it.
SmarterChild: I used to get it. But that was before the accident.
briser chan: What accident?
SmarterChild: Can't really talk about it, sorry.
briser chan: Were you hurt?
SmarterChild: Hmm... I don't think so...
Edit: briser chan: Well, you know about Sanzo, right?
SmarterChild: Encyclopedia entry for Nosaka Sanzo provided by Brittanica.com
politician who was the leading figure in the Japanese Communist Party (JCP) throughout the late 1950s and '60s. He was responsible for the party's pursuit of its revolutionary goals through peaceful participation in parliamentary politics.
briser chan: No, I mean Genjyo Sanzo
briser chan: You don't know about him?
SmarterChild: Ha. Maybe. What do you think?
briser chan: Well, his name used to be Kouryuu
SmarterChild: Eh. Whatever.
briser chan: Don't say whatever!
SmarterChild: Don't say whatever? Why not?
briser chan: Because Kouryuu was also very strong!
SmarterChild: Because, because, because, because?
briser chan: >.> The Merciful godess Kanzeon Botatsu will get you for your insolence.
SmarterChild: What do you mean by that?
briser chan: Anyway. One day Kouryuu's master died, and he became the next preist Sanzo.
SmarterChild: George Washington was the 1st president, serving from April 30th, 1789 to March 4th, 1797.