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Monks forgive me for I have 'sinned':
1. I blindly spend my votes at the earlier stage of my membership in monastery, just to reach monkhood faster. 2. I sometimes nag to the expert monks (saints), asking unnecessary silly questions, be it through CB or msg-ing them. 3. I did post anonymously, when knowing I will get -- 4. I did frontpage the node which I answered, so I will get ++
More to come ... on the way to my sainthood (hopefully):
"SAINT, n. A dead sinner revised and edited."- Ambrose Bierce
"Many of the insights of the saint stem from his experience as a sinner." -Eric Hoffer

In reply to Re: Confessional by monkfan
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