Scott Hardie | October 30, 2002
The text description for the Praize Instant Messenger 2.5 software on download.com reads: "Praize IM is the first ever Windows Instant Messenger for the global Christian community. Praize IM stands to be the leader in Christian Instant Messaging, with a strong commitment to cross-platform interoperability with the major (IM) Companies such as ICQ, AOL and MSN. The messenger will allow you to contact your 'friends' in real time, search the web, check your Praize email and access various Christian 'channels' within the software."

Just wondering, are they implying that someone who uses Praize doesn't have any friends?

Lori Lancaster | October 30, 2002
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