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    Little Froggie
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    Yea… we do that tonight..

    .. Move knight forward three paces (from where it’s waiting patiently since last year)

    #2048967

    Little frogie, pay attention: the czar already switched to gregorian calendar and learn how the knight moves!

    #2049049
    Little Froggie
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    Oh my… it’s been a year since.. I forgot, it’s the rook that has to ruck. Three places to the right. Then wait till next nittel..

    I don’t know what I have to do with the czar. (Was he my classmate or something?)

    We’re now in the sugya of the correct way to place a getshke, should have done that on nittel

    #2049145
    ☕️coffee addict
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    According to the other opinion that it’s on dec 25 this past year was shabbos and if someone learned then does the sitra acher get that לימוד x 613?

    #2049156

    > I don’t know what I have to do with the czar.

    He (all of them) was the guy who stubbornly refused to switch to Gregorian calendar. They also built a railroad of different width so that it would not be used by the invaders. There are places in modern Poland and Lithuania where trains for some time had to switch wheels back and forth going through areas that were formerly under Russia. Well, maybe we in America should not judge too harsh – as Mauritania being the other country still using imperial measures!

    #2049260
    ujm
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    AAQ: In NYC the BMT and the IRT use different and incompatible railroad track car sizes.

    Also, post-Brexit Britain is returning to imperial measures.

    #2049311

    ujm, did not know about railroads!
    We learned something though – Blackberry tried everything unique, failed. Apple survived. Everyone else uses standards.

    excellent news re: Britain, maybe they can soon join the union?!

    #2049347
    ujm
    Participant

    Britain just left one union; it seems rather doubtful they’d soon join another one, on the other side of the pond — to boot.

    #2049406
    AviraDeArah
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    Torah is compared to water, so i guess it can be bottled somehow

    #2049454

    Well, Britain may got her own medicine – being a remote part of a mega-state is not attractive. Maybe the Queen can apologize on behalf of George III.

    I think Torah is Mayim Chayim, not sure if bottled water, cut from the source, qualifies. Maybe Divrei Tirah designed to achieve a pre-ordained conclusion rather than to honestly discuss a topic is “bottled Torah”.

    #2050030
    Reb Eliezer
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    When bottling it be sure to label it with references, so that it should be easy to find. The benefit over water is that it does not get used up.

    #2050059

    RebE > that it does not get used up.

    our substances are off. Yes, Torah is _compared_ to water, but it _is_ an alcoholic beverage. Source: Brochos – a man takes an empty kli to pour wine. Not so Hashem, He pours wine into a full kli. So, you need to bottle your Torah to the brim and label accordingly to be considered for further filling.

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