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  • #615617

    popa_bar_abba
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    Is this a good idea?

    #1077108

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Not if the girl is in Lakewood.

    #1077109

    zahavasdad
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    I know people who have gone to London (Or from London to NY) for a date

    #1077110

    gavra_at_work
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    It is (Al pi the Ramban) a mitzva to eat fruit of Shmittah and treat it appropriately. Therefore the answer this year is certainly yes.

    🙂

    #1077111

    Rebbe Yid
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    Is it possible that going to EY would NOT be a good idea?

    #1077112

    popa_bar_abba
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    GAW: Not sure what that has to do with Ernst & Young, but I agree with the sentiment.

    Rebbe yid: Yes, it is possible.

    #1077113

    golfer
    Participant

    Yes.

    And if this question is regarding a real possibility:

    May it be in the right time and bring only good results!

    #1077114

    writersoul
    Member

    What do you think sem and beis medrash are?

    #1077115

    147
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    You would be going to Israel for 4 excellent reasons [Each one enough on its own]:-

    1) Your date

    2) Lag b’Omer

    3) Yom Yerusholayim

    4) Shovu’os

    So getting back to your original question:- Unequivocally:- Yes! Yes! Yes! Yes! :- Get on the very next flight to Israel without any tarrying whatsoever.

    #1077116

    popa_bar_abba
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    The only Yom Yerushalayim I know of is on July 26 this year.

    #1077117

    From lag baomer to yom yerushalayim is a pretty long date. You may as well just say to move there, and name every mitzvah hanoheges baaretz; instead of yom yerushalayim, of all things!

    #1077118

    ☕️coffee addict
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    you guys still haven’t realized yet that popa was talking about ernst & young yet?

    talk about only looking at the title and not the comments

    #1077119

    147
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    The only Yom Yerushalayim I know of is on July 26 this year. It saddens me that you popa_bar_abba don’t believe that Moschiach shall be here before Tisha b’Ov; I adamantly believe that Moschiach shall be here prior to Tisha b’Ov hence that my 2nd Yom Yerusholayim this year shall be on Shabbos July 25th and not on Sunday July 26th, because being that Tishab’Ov shall be a day of “Sosson vSimcha” it shall be Shabbos compliant and no need to postpone it until Sunday Ov 10th A.K.A. July 26th.

    #1077120

    Goldilocks
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    I cerainly believe that Moshiach MIGHT arive before Tisha B’av this year.

    But I don’t believe that anyone can say for sure that he WILL be here by then.

    #1077121

    screwdriverdelight
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    I once went to EY for a date but the plane got hijacked and after I got rescued I was too scared to try going back again, so we did it on the phone instead.

    #1077122

    147
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    scared driver delight:- & did you get married over the phone? or were you too scared to get married? & so are still single?

    #1077123

    morah
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    yom yerushalayim is this coming sunday, may 17. right between lag b’omer and shavuot. don’t knock it, before you experience it. stand by the kosel for five minutes, or walk the streets hearing hartzig songs and you will be changed.

    #1077124

    popa_bar_abba
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    yom yerushalayim is this coming sunday, may 17. right between lag b’omer and shavuot. don’t knock it, before you experience it. stand by the kosel for five minutes, or walk the streets hearing hartzig songs and you will be changed.

    You should also try christmas eve in the vatican. Just listening to the hartzig songs will really change you. Or even just listen to Silent Night now on youtube.

    #1077125

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    Or Carlebach. His songs are so pure, so holy, so real, so high.

    #1077126

    morah
    Participant

    frightening and ignorant analogy, popa. i bet your poppa wouldn’t agree with your views. ‘she’al avicha ve’yagedcha.’

    #1077127

    popa_bar_abba
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    frightening and ignorant analogy, popa.

    You are the one who tried to prove that something is good based on your ability to be emotionally affected by hartzig songs.

    #1077128

    ☕️coffee addict
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    i agree with popa (for once)

    just because you might be happy that we have yerushalayim doesn’t make it right, if the alternative was moshiach here and a beis hamikdash you would be crying that we got a consolation prize

    its like a little kid happy he got a lollipop for giving up $100

    #1077129

    oyyoyyoy
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    i love how you tzadikim invoke your unbelievable emunah in mashiachs arrival to start up with someone

    #1077130

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    here we go again (rolls eyes)

    and how is this starting up? (by agreeing with popa im starting up?)

    #1077131

    popa_bar_abba
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    coffee: I think oyoyoyoy is referring to 147’s post.

    #1077132

    ☕️coffee addict
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    oh…..

    #1077133

    Goldilocks
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    Coffee addict,

    “It’s like a little kid happy he got a lollipop for giving up $100”

    But what if he didn’t “give up” the $100?

    What if it was just lost and he doesn’t know how to get it back?

    If that’s the case, he may indeed enjoy his lollypop.

    #1077134

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    But what if he didn’t “give up” the $100?

    What if it was just lost and he doesn’t know how to get it back?

    Famously, the Brisker Rav said that we have up Moshiach for the medinah.

    If that’s the case, he may indeed enjoy his lollypop.

    But what if the lollipop is unhealthy or treif?

    Also: http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/popa-figures-out-more-stuff

    #1077135

    ☕️coffee addict
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    yes, that analogy makes more sense, but i don’t think his parents would be too happy about it

    #1077136

    Goldilocks
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    Daas Yochid,

    Okay, I hear you.

    But, to the best of my knowlege, Yom Yerushalayim is a day when we can thank Hashem for the oportunity to daven at the Kosel.

    Okay, I hear that you would rather have the Bais Hamikdash. So would I. But since we don’t…I’ve been to the Kosel before, and apreciated the experience.

    Why are you comparing the Kosel to a treif lollypop?

    #1077137

    Joseph
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    We were able to daven at the Kosel for hundreds of years before ’48 too. Those that went to war for “independence” caused us to lose that access in ’48.

    #1077138

    ☕️coffee addict
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    goldilocks,

    who said the lollipop was treif

    dy,

    thank you, i was looking for who said that we gave up moshiach for the medinah

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