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buckyboy28's avatar

The sun never came out today, so therefore it can't set. Does that mean passover can't start?

Asked by buckyboy28 (4943points) March 29th, 2010

No matzah for me, I guess.

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dpworkin's avatar

It’s OK. It never really sets or rises. The earth you live on revolves, and sunset and sunset are illusions. PM me if you need a better explanation.

Jude's avatar

“The sun’ll come out tomorrow”...though.

Bet your bottom dollar… that tomorrow…they’ll be suun :)

MissAnthrope's avatar

I’m pretty sure the sun still sets even if you can’t see it.

mangeons's avatar

Just because we didn’t really see much of it, doesn’t mean it didn’t rise. And of course, if it can rise without us seeing it, it sure can set without us seeing it. It’s still going to get dark, isn’t it ? But as @dpworkin states, it doesn’t really rise or set at all, so does it really matter ?

AstroChuck's avatar

Yes. That’s exactly what it means. No Seder for you.

mrentropy's avatar

@jjmah You can bet your bottom dollar.

anartist's avatar

sun never goes in, either. We like to think it goes up and down.
Save a place for me at the Seder table—E

judochop's avatar

What will they ever do in Homer, Alaska?

dpworkin's avatar

They can figure out Pesach in Homer, but I don’t know what they do about Lag B’Omer.

Jude's avatar

I just received the “SeaCheetah” award for my quip above. At any minute, I’m expecting a middle aged Daryl Hannah (mermaid in Splash) to show up at my door. Much better than an airCougar – Sally Field (Flying Nun).

Just send me an landPuma – Monica Belluci, and I’ll be a happy girl.

eponymoushipster's avatar

@jjmah if she comes over….call me.

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