Can’t I Just Pay Someone To Say My Prayers For Me?!

information-age-prayer

Yes, you can!

Information Age Prayer is a subscription service utilizing a computer with text-to-speech capability to incant your prayers each day. It gives you the satisfaction of knowing that your prayers will always be said even if you wake up late, or forget.

We use state of the art text to speech synthesizers to voice each prayer at a volume and speed equivalent to typical person praying. Each prayer is voiced individually, with the name of the subscriber displayed on screen.

Get that? If  you’re too busy to actually be religious, you can pay to (allegedly) have some computer (probably located in the basement of a web-savvy 13-year-old atheist) say your prayer for you. Of course, you’ll never have any proof that your prayers are actually being said, but that’s besides the point.

To ensure that your omniscient God knows who paid to have that computer “say” a prayer, IAP displays the purchaser’s name on the screen while the prayer is said.

Conveniently, (it is the information age, after all), IAP will allow you to subscribe to certain prayers so they’ll always be said – they’ll even initiate automatic re-billing! They’re so nice!

Check out the website to get the full crazy, complete with requisite cloud imagery (that’s where God is!).

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2 Responses to Can’t I Just Pay Someone To Say My Prayers For Me?!

  1. morsec0de says:

    If only I didn’t have ethics, I would start something like this and be a millionaire.

    Damn you ethics!

  2. kunter says:

    I’ve checked the page and I still think it’s sort of April the 1st day preperations or sth :p

    And we’re at the 21st century?

    Look, I don’t know you people’s color problems but I believe we’re running into bigger ones in global scale.

    If it’ll be okay to you I also have an intriguing article on Atheists .. but not all of them – and not really interested in these matters

    http://kunter.wordpress.com/2009/03/24/ahteists/

    It may not be an “easy reading” but it is intended to be something friendly.

    best regards
    k.

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