Poe’s Law in action? You decide:
You know how God only listens to your prayers at certain times of the day?
In case you have a habit of waking up late, you can pay this website to deliver your prayer to God at the correct time of day.
He’ll also take care of you if you forget to pray. (Which I doubt anyone would if they care enough to give money to this site.)
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.
At Information Age Prayer we think our service should be used like a prayer supplement…
They have prayers for all the major religions.
For example, the Lord’s Prayer only costs you $3.95/month!
And if you’re Muslim, there’s no better substitution in case you miss one of your five daily prayers.
My favorite is the prayer for children. You can see how important children are for people on this site:
If your children don’t pray anymore sign them up for one of the many daily prayers available for each religion…You may also want to have a prayer said for them directly. The prayer for children is the cheapest Information Age Prayer service at only $1.99 a Month.
And Hail Marys are only $0.07 each if you buy them in bulk! (How can you *not* afford to pray?)
Love the terms of service, too:
Your privacy is protected, all prayers are not audible outside of the Information Age Prayer location. While it is certain that God hears the prayers, we cannot guarantee that other supernatural beings do not overhear or otherwise obtain knowledge of them.
But don’t think this is a scam. They’re giving 10% of the money to charity! See? They must be good people.
Obviously, whether real or not, this is just designed to take advantage of (or expose) people who think prayer has some real effect on their lives. I’d love to know who’s behind it…