GRUNION: Yo, Z! Let's hit the playground and then eat some cheese dip and ice cream.
Z: Word. Hmmm. This fence looks locked or something. Are we allowed in here?
GRUNION: Totally. Watch me lock pick this piece.
Z: Doesn't this violate the social contract?
GRUNION: Free will, dude!
Z: Free will is a myth cause our minds are made up of atoms and molecules that behave in probabilistic ways.
GRUNION: Dude, don't tell me you're a determinist!
Z: Don't label me, bro. I just know that I know nothing.
GRUNION: Don't throw Socrates at me! Besides, RUSH settled this in 1980.
Z: RUSH is overrated.
GRUNION: So you're saying that everything we do is predetermined?
Z: Pretty much.
GRUNION: Even though we just decided like five minutes ago to get cheese dip?
GRUNION: But what about when we do crazy stuff?
Z: What? Like put a chip on my head like this?
GRUNION: Yeah! How is that predetermined?
Z: Cause I was destined to put that chip on my head precisely at this time and place.
GRUNION: I dunno dude. I think that fact that not deciding still indicates a choice pretty much proves free will.
Z: What about the recent studies in neuroscience that indicate that our brains make decisions even before we're conscious of them?
GRUNION: Too weird. Makes my brain freeze. Or maybe it's the cream.
Z: Face it. You gotta just go with the flow, man. Everything is planned out.
GRUNION: So why can't we just go with the flow by eating cheese dip and ice cream every day?
Z: The social contract, dude. And also parents.
GRUNION: Rousseau said it best, my man. Man is born free, and is everywhere in chains.
Z: You said somethin' there, brother.