On Error persistence?

Gates Is Antichrist

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Can someone explain the persistence of On Error, both:
forward (calls from the sub/function), and
backward (after returning from[i.e., exiting] the sub/function)?

So I'm asking, what can happen if you don't add On Error GoTo 0? Doth pain awaiteth from not cleaning up after thyself?
 

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