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    It’s interesting to observe the political leanings of different online communities.

    Yahoo Answers, which is frequented by the less intelligent parts of the population, is generally pro-Israel.

    Quora, which is intelligent, is pretty pro-Israel.

    Reddit, which tends white, liberal, and male, is pretty anti-Israel.

    Urban Dictionary, again, frequented by the less intelligent parts of the population, is pro-Israel.

    The larger Twitter community tends liberal.

    #1117956

    you are now on the online community of the YWN coffeeroom

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    zahavasdad
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    Trutfully I have always wondered who frequents YWN coffeeroom since most charedim I know do not have internet and I think its a shame, Id really like to hear their opinions and I am sure many others would too.

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    offbeat2
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    Most chareidim don’t have internet??

    Where are you living…?

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    zahavasdad
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    Most chareidim don’t have internet??

    Where are you living…?

    I said Most Charedim that I know. They are mostly Lakewooders. if they had clandestine internet, they did not tell me and one even tries to get me off it I dont think he realizes its how I make my income

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    Little Froggie
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    I use the abacus driven internet

    #1117961

    Comments to news articles about Israel (or related) appearing on Yahoo are very anti-Israel. But that’s true of almost all news media these days.

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    skripka
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    do online commuinities have an eiruv?

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