Religious Computers

Many say they live their religion -- not just on Sunday. So what would happen if your computer were also religious? What sort of message would you get when you tried to close a program?

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Non-sectarian: Do you wish to Save your work?

Roman Catholic: Registry indicates user is Female; only Males are able to Save.

Anglican: Your work may or may not be Saved.

Lutheran: If you don't follow the instruction manual, don't expect your work to be Saved.

Mennonite: Document contains the word dancing; it cannot be Saved.

Jehovah Witnessess: You are user #144,001; your work cannot be Saved.

Mormon: Could we interest you in Saving your work?

Southern Baptist: If your work was not Saved, it is because you are evil.

TV Preacher: This program has made mistakes in the past, but it will try to Save this file.

Born-again: Before Saving your work, this program will erase all existing data. Proceed?

Faith healers: If you believe your work will be Saved, it will be Saved.

Posted June 27, 2014

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