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    shlita1234
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    Josef: I live in Teaneck and without a doubt there are “MO” people but believe me they probably learn more than you do on shabbos (just one of many). I don’t consider myself MO rather “serious orthodox.[just look at my username]” I think Teaneck is the best option for you. It is a warm non-judgmental community with great shuls led by tremendous Talmidai Chachamim.
    P.S. I think you have some serious Teshuvah action to do on yom kippur.
    P.P.S. I learnt after shachris for two hours this morning, wear a black hat, have a brother in Rav Tzvi Kaplan’s Yeshiva (along with 4 other guys from Teaneck area). Do you still think we are MO?

    #1661011

    Neville ChaimBerlin
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    Hey… buddy… you realize Joseph isn’t the one looking for a new community, right?

    #1661037

    shlita1234
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    that part was for Yoyo guy

    #1661039

    shlita1234
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    The line should have said ” I think Teaneck is the best option for yoyo.”

    #1661045

    Git Meshige
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    I have a good solution for the poster. Learn some Mesilas Yesharim, Chovos Halvavos and start to be a real jew then maybe your problem will be solved.

    #1661061

    shlita1234
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    What???????

    #1661074

    shlita1234
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    which poster

    #1661065

    shlita1234
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    Josef????

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