Pardon me for a spell as I’m kind of busy weeding through comments to determine whether they are legitimate or spam. Hey! You know what? Maybe you can help…
Al Quran: Surah/Chapter 005 – Al-Mâ’idah. Verse 75.
The Messiah, son of Mary (Jesus), was no other than a messenger, messengers (the like of whom) had passed away before him. And his mother (Mary) was a saintly woman. And they both used to eat (earthly) food. See how we make the revelations clear for them, and see how they are turned away!
Now that really is crystal clear… Know it’s true when I say I am immensely appreciative of every visitor and commenter, I just wish I could understand them. Another commenter writes:
財布 2013 品の商品(初期不良や不良品以外)のご返品お受け致しかねますので、必ずカラー・サイズ等を確認のうえご注文ください。reizanが寝室で使っている目覚まし時計はセイコークロック社製の乾電池式電波時計です。アラームは午前5時30分にセットしていて、毎朝、これに起こしてもらってブログ送信の作業をしています電波時計ですから時刻表示が正確なことはいうまでもありません。そのほかに、日付（アラーム0ffで表示）と曜日と温度と湿度まで表示されるので便
Very interesting take on 2013 and the reizan. There’s also those words commenters use that I’m sure have much meaning in someone’s world, but neither Webster nor Google seems to be of help defining them. Once again, maybe you can assist:
Bxbsenutxfbu, urfuremgbc, mdzxenutxfbu, and gujzkhzsto are a few that seem to appear regularly but have no available definition in the English language and spell-check is having a field day with them.
So, in a gesture of fairness, any advice on the authenticity of my responders? Any helpful responses that I might communicate back their way?
Until next time, “X9wdtb aqq965 ds OOIIqRstV.“