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    ☕ DaasYochid ☕

    Sam, meh. Who says he’s a sports fan?


    DY: Which is the point. If he was from Austin, he would be a sports fan, even if only casually. And, at the very least, would respond to a pretty strong insult against his area’s team.

    In short, everyone in Austin is a Texas fan. If you’re not, then you’re not from Austin.


    Sam2 I support Malbim, u have a problem with it.

    ☕️coffee addict

    why isn’t malbim blocked, only his alter ego? (and coincidentally he stopped posting a few hours before “rashi” started


    Boruch hashem he didn’t realize lets not mention it and hopefully he is gone for good or comes back ready to be a normal member of CR society


    that’s what I said. he struck me as a person looking for some companionship yet too immature to know how to do it correctly


    Malbim doesn’t have to be permanently blocked. He deserves a chance to start over.

    🍫Syag Lchochma

    I think he plans to start over in Austin.


    Don’t make fun of that either. He didn’t realize how he sounded, or he would have stopped right away (unless he doesn’t want anyone to move to Austin).


    Not everyone loves the longhorns, mustama he likes the aggies?

    ☕️coffee addict


    oh please, don’t give me that! he made another username to lead people on

    anyone that makes a second username to “support” his theories are blacklisted from my book


    Goq: Aggie is a dirty word in Austin. And the total lack of response tells me he has no Shaychus whatsoever to the Austin sports culture, ergo he’s not from Austin. Heck, that probably shows that he’s never even been to Austin (for anything more than a few days, at least).

    oot for life

    Boston, Boston has a great frum community, we just didn’t understand your accent, sorry for the misunderstanding

    you’re right Boston has a lovely Jewish community one of the oldest in the country, although I believe its really centered in Newton, not Boston propper


    Nice one.

    But there are actually communities in Brookline, Brighton, Malden, and Sharon as well as in Newton.


    Sharon is something like 80% Jewish, which creates major Shailos about giving directions and/or walking in front of a car stopped at a stop sign on Shabbos.

    ☕️coffee addict


    I heard that also applies to Boston


    ca: That definitely does not apply to Boston, which has over 600,000 people and about 25,000 Jews (and that’s going by census numbers which counts anyone who says they are Jewish as Jews). Sharon is the only place in that region which has a Rov Jews.

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    “A grand jury in Austin, a liberal bastion in

    otherwise largely conservative Texas,

    indicted Perry…”

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