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(Wikipedia)   Come atone for your sins for Yom Kippur, Jewish Farkers. From what I've seen in some of these threads, man have you got lots of atoning to do   (en.wikipedia.org) divider line
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2022-10-04 4:00:20 PM  
Have an easy and meaningful fast, those of you who participate.

I'm sure I've insulted several of you over the past year, odds are I didn't mean it.

Except you. You know who you are.
 
2022-10-04 6:36:37 PM  

nmrsnr: Have an easy and meaningful fast, those of you who participate.

I'm sure I've insulted several of you over the past year, odds are I didn't mean it.

Except you. You know who you are.


Gfy. I'll atone next year.
 
2022-10-04 8:07:39 PM  
Forgiveness from the big G is easy; just ask and it's given. Forgiveness from people requires asking them. You have to remember and then ask them. We consider it improper to deny the request for forgiveness, but it can happen. To anyone who I have inadvertently offended, please forgive me.
 
2022-10-04 9:46:12 PM  
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" You got some 'tonin' tooo dooo....."
 
2022-10-05 8:06:43 AM  

Buckerlin: Forgiveness from the big G is easy; just ask and it's given.


I think you're confusing the Genesis deity with that Jesus fella.
 
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