January 26, 2021

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G’mar Chatima Tovah 5780 — גמר חתימה טובה


This is an update my Yom Kippur message of previous years.

I unconditionally forgive anyone who may have wronged me during this year, and I ask forgiveness for anyone I may have wronged as well.

Specifically (as enumerated in previous years, based on the list from The Muqata  a few years back):

-If you sent me email and I didn’t reply, or didn’t get back to you in a timely fashion — I apologize.
-If you sent me a story and I decided not to publish it or worse, didn’t give you a hat tip for the story -I’m sorry. I’m also sorry if I didn’t acknowledge the tip. I sometimes get multiple tips for the same story and I usually credit the first one I saw, which is not always the earliest. And I cannot publish all the stories I am sent, although I try to place appropriate ones in the linkdumps, or tweet them.
-If you requested help from me and I wasn’t able to provide it — I’m sorry.
-I apologize if I posted without the proper attribution, with the wrong attribution, or without attribution at all.
-I’m sorry that I don’t give hat tips on things I tweet.
-Subtweets are usually on purpose. Sorry. 
-If I didn’t thank you for a donation, I’m very, very sorry.
-I’m sorry if I didn’t give the proper respect to my co-bloggers Ian, PoT, Vic, Varda, Daled Amos and Forest Rain. Also to people who send me tons of tips and help like Tomer, Irene, and Ibn Boutros.
-I’m sorry if any of my posts offended you personally.
-If I forgot to send you the perks for donating at Patreon – I’m sorry. If you really care, bug me!
– For all the initiatives I started and didn’t complete – I’m sorry. I hope to do better next year.
– Please forgive me if I wrote disparaging things about you.
– I’m sorry for not always scrubbing spam from the comments as quickly as I would like.
– I’m sorry if things got published in the comments that violated my comments policy but that I missed.
– If I don’t win the Nobel Peace Prize, sorry for getting your hopes up.

May this be a year of life, peace, prosperity, happiness and security.

I wish all of my readers who observe Yom Kippur an easy and meaningful fast.

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