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 Muhammed Ali On A Plane, might be an old one, but still...
Moosjawskachywan
  Posted: Feb 4 2008, 11:07 AM


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Yesterday morning, our pastor was preaching, and he told a joke that got me laughing.

One time Muhammed Ali was on an airplane. The flight attendant asked him to put on his seatbelt. Ali responded, "Supaman don't need no seatbelt!". The flight attendant replied, "Well, Supaman don't need no airplane either!"

Haha?


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Who was nailed to the Tree so He could die for me? Jesus.
Who went to the Grave that my life would be Saved? Jesus.
Who rose from the dead, just as the Word said? Jesus.
Who's coming back from Above, and has Mercy and Love? Jesus.
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Lewanuva2003
Posted: Feb 11 2008, 11:25 PM


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laugh.gif That's not too bad.


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