Parody DCR-100 by Jeffrey Miller June 6, 2005 written by Jeffrey Miller June 6, 2005 My latest parody piece on the "Digital Conscience Recorder" is up a Spero News. 3 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Mall Monks next post Clash at Notre Dame Cathedral You may also like Some Republicans back Embryonic stem-cell plan July 31, 2005 Social Networking for Prayers November 13, 2012 PWTN’s new schedule January 25, 2008 Parishioners shocked to learn there is more than... December 3, 2013 Sacrament-Vision March 4, 2006 Nick Alexander October 4, 2006 Planned Herod-hood December 14, 2005 iRomanMissal June 29, 2010 My Siri abortion testing results November 30, 2011 Swiss Guard a sign of inequality May 8, 2007 3 comments Teresa June 6, 2005 - 9:51 am Dear DCR Tech Support: Is the “>>>” the fast forward button? You see, I’m a VERY busy person and I don’t have a whole lot of time to reflect on my Conscience, but I might want to skip to parts to insert Justifications as they come to me. Also, because I am more special than the average person, I am placing my request for a “Victim Status” model. Thank you. Reply Jonathan Lee June 7, 2005 - 1:28 pm I was hoping this would turn out to be some sort of a meter, so that when you go to confession you could just run a Symantec program and come up with a comprehensive list of sins to confess and number of times committed. It would also be useful for mass, because before communion you could run a really quick Norton Symantec Mortal Sin check. Reply Lucy June 9, 2005 - 2:06 am mmmmmBless me Father…..mmmm for I have sinned…mmmmmm It has been…..mmmm two months since……mmmm my last confession ….mmm I lied 5 times mmmm to my mother….mmmm I said a dirty word 15 mmmmmm no make that 22 times…mmmmm I had dirty thoughts mmmmm I had dirty thoughts mmmmmm unable to compute. mmmmm This ends my confession mmmm Father mmmm please hit restart mmmmmthank you. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.