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From The Curt Jester:

If the Catholic Church was a programming language

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Written by The Canuck

December 18, 2008 at 12:13 pm

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  1. I would have to make the comment on that, that I think the Catholic Church would have to be assembly language or machine code. That fundamental infrastructure that relates directly to the circuitry in question on a fundamental level, which is accessible via all the other codes (Perl, C++, etc.) You only get to what is an operation by the circuitry via the machine code/assembly language. Also, you only get to the kingdom of Heaven via the institutions set up by Christ. Not every program runs every specific code, most programs only utilize one specific code, which has its own unique advantages and disadvantages; however, each device has its own machine code/assembly language written onto its “heart” at “birth” which allows it to interface with others and be functional. It is then up to the programmer how they are going to access that.

    Very apt, IMHO. 🙂 But then again, I *am* Catholic…. 🙂

    Jaibee

    December 22, 2008 at 1:19 pm


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