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Jesus H. Christ! (Does anyone know what the "H" is for?)
I was going to launch a tirade, but it just doesn't feel right. Somehow.
He doesn't like to talk about it and prefers to use the initial.
Apparently, he got a lot of shit for it in grade school.
Best regards, Wally
I'm familiar with Hieronymus Bosch, but I was unaware that the "H" of Jesus H was for Hieronymus, meaning 'sacred name', from the Greek and Latin for "Jerome".
Now why wasn't it Jesus Jerome Christ, pray (sorry, Coaster) tell?
Besides, in 0 B.C. civilization "Hieronymus" could help him pass for Greek or Roman.
"Jerry" would have been more common.
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