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    It's still funny

    Okay, a month has passed since the end of the World Cup - but this still strikes my funnybone

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    That's not an original work. It is a knockoff of a Hare Krishna mantra.
    Rich Koster
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by Rich Koster View Post
    That's not an original work. It is a knockoff of a Hare Krishna mantra.
    Either that or The Prayer of Jabez.
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    Todd, I've not seen that. It is really funny.
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    I hadn't seen it either - that's a good one
    Steve Curtis, DMin
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    This is my first time seeing this as well. Funny!

  9. HA! I didn't look at the notes closely at first. That is funny...and annoying.
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