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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    Intuition
    Posts: 1018 from 2013/5/24
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    Eid al-Fitr mubarak to all who are celebrating today and tomorrow.
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  • Jim
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    Jim
    Posts: 4700 from 2009/1/28
    From: Delaware, USA
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    Intuition wrote:
    Eid al-Fitr mubarak to all who are celebrating today and tomorrow.


    Have a blessed celebration, Nik.
    Tusahibuk alsalama.
    "Never attribute to malice what can more readily explained by incompetence"
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    TheMagicM
    Posts: 1142 from 2003/6/17
    yea...touchabucks salami

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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    KennyR
    Posts: 419 from 2003/3/4
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    Also called the feast of Om nom nom
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  • Jim
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    Posts: 4700 from 2009/1/28
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    KennyR wrote:
    Also called the feast of Om nom nom


    Because you'd be hungry after fasting that long as well.
    "Never attribute to malice what can more readily explained by incompetence"
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    KennyR
    Posts: 419 from 2003/3/4
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    Jim wrote:
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    KennyR wrote:
    Also called the feast of Om nom nom


    Because you'd be hungry after fasting that long as well.


    I've fasted for Ramadan as well, although I'm not a Muslim. I can sympathise.
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
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    Intuition
    Posts: 1018 from 2013/5/24
    From: Englistan
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    Jim wrote:
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    Intuition wrote:
    Eid al-Fitr mubarak to all who are celebrating today and tomorrow.


    Have a blessed celebration, Nik.
    Tusahibuk alsalama.


    JazakAllah khayr akhi.
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  • Paladin of the Pegasos
    Paladin of the Pegasos
    Intuition
    Posts: 1018 from 2013/5/24
    From: Englistan
    Quote:

    KennyR wrote:
    Quote:

    Jim wrote:
    Quote:

    KennyR wrote:
    Also called the feast of Om nom nom


    Because you'd be hungry after fasting that long as well.


    I've fasted for Ramadan as well, although I'm not a Muslim. I can sympathise.


    Do you do it every year Kenny? I remember you saying before that you'd done it to see how hard it was or something.
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  • Jim
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    Jim
    Posts: 4700 from 2009/1/28
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    >JazakAllah khayr akhi.

    That's a beautiful phrase, Nik.

    I made a note of it, and will try to get the pronunciation correct for future use.

    Everyone outside of the US must think we are all Islamophobic and wouldn't be interested in a neat turn of phrase in Arabic.
    But I have Palestinian and Afghani friends (come to think of it, a few years ago I used to work for a Jewish couple that were friends with one of the Afghanis I know).

    People need to understand the complexities introduced by past history before they start judging groups of people.

    My chemistry professor in the late nineties was an Iranian and was a kind man with a sharp intellect.

    Islam may be the latest of the three major religions to develop, but the cultures behind it are incredibly venerable.
    "Never attribute to malice what can more readily explained by incompetence"
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    KennyR
    Posts: 419 from 2003/3/4
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    Quote:

    Intuition wrote:
    Quote:

    KennyR wrote:
    Quote:

    Jim wrote:
    Quote:

    KennyR wrote:
    Also called the feast of Om nom nom


    Because you'd be hungry after fasting that long as well.


    I've fasted for Ramadan as well, although I'm not a Muslim. I can sympathise.


    Do you do it every year Kenny? I remember you saying before that you'd done it to see how hard it was or something.


    Nah. I don't know any Muslims any more so wouldn't even know when it was to begin. What with the visa regulations being tightened up every year and the boomers selling out our futures for their Brexit nonsense, etc. Probably the most strange and exotic people I'll ever meet from now on will be those who can afford their own home. I've heard tales that they may exist in the furthest corners of our land...
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