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 New Progressive Religious Blog March 5, 2004 Pagan inclusive language June 22, 2003 Ushering in a new era July 12, 2009 "Holy Father tear down those walls!" November 14, 2006 Books for Kids September 29, 2003 Bottled Water for Sunday only Christians May 12, 2004 Help Wanted August 2, 2005 A Modest Proposal November 2, 2005 The Heterodox Patch August 20, 2005 Democratic Senator in Fetus Equality Reversal April 2, 2013 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.