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    Little Froggie
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    Under new law, as of Jan 1, we are required to recycle old threads. Letting them out into the atmosphere can cause global cooling, warming, lead, nuts, pollen and all other dangers of modern discovery.

    #1049987

    Joseph
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    I believe this thread is causing a big stink.

    #1049988

    👑RebYidd23
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    So let’s turn this one into a thread about the color pink as it applies to living room curtains or American patriotism or which breed of cat is most attractive or how to avoid traffic in Brooklyn.

    #1049989

    kj chusid
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    Hi guys

    #1049990

    screwdriverdelight
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    I’m from NYC. We won’t be doing recycling here, as of January 1

    #1049991

    Jewish Thinker
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    Is celebrating the secular new year chukas hagoyim? Start the discussion

    #1049992

    You started a new thread to post this.

    Isnt it ironic?

    #1049993

    Jewish Thinker
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    Interesting that Jan 1st falls out on Asereh Bteves this year.

    #1049994

    SayIDidIt™
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    JT, I was thinking about that. Maybe I’ll post my thoughts on it later in the week.Maybe…

    #1049995

    ☕️coffee addict
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    sidi, didnt it happen 19 years ago?

    #1049996

    “Is celebrating the secular new year chukas hagoyim?”

    In the recent issue of “Halachically Speaking” about doing

    business with non-Jews on their holidays, an opinion that one

    should not go to (office) parties on January 1st is mentioned, and

    I think multiple sources are given. I don’t have it with me as I type.

    #1049997

    screwdriverdelight
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    Fascinating.

    #1049998

    ☕️coffee addict
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    leave it to wikipedia to answer it

    Even with this intercalation, the average Hebrew calendar year is longer by about 6 minutes and 2525/57 seconds than the current mean solar year, so that every 224 years, the Hebrew calendar will fall a day behind the current mean solar year; and about every 231 years it will fall a day behind the Gregorian calendar year.

    so i guess it happened recently

    #1049999

    screwdriverdelight
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    #1050000

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    You started a new thread to post this.

    Isnt it ironic?

    It was posted before Jan. 1.

    #1050001

    Jewish Thinker
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    Now the countdown till the ball will drop will be a countdown to a very sad day for Klal Yisroel

    #1050002

    Little Froggie
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    secretagentyid, DY

    And all my other ‘important’ ones are not ironic?

    #1050003

    DaasYochid is right.

    It’s more like when it rains on the day of your chasunah.

    #1050004

    Actually, Jewish Thinker, our day will of course have started with

    tzeis hakochavim, and the fast won’t start until alos hashachar

    #1050005

    Jewish Thinker
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    Hopefully this year Moshiach will come and it will be a happy day

    #1050006

    Jewish Thinker
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    Is celebrating Xmis chukas hagoy? Just kidding

    #1334881

    👑RebYidd23
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    Trace the corner.

    #1334904

    Lubavitcher
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    Jan 1 fell out on 10 Teves in 2015 BTW

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