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    zahavasdad
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    Hakarat HaTov to the New England Patriots and its owner Robert Kraft

    They had on national TV a moment of Silence for Ezra Schwartz HYD who was killed in a terrorist attack AND the owner of the Patriots Robert Kraft , paid a shiva call to the Schwartz family

    #1113613

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
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    That was very nice of him, but it doesn’t suddenly transform them into a class organization.

    #1113614

    eman
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    Robert Kraft is a big supporter of Medinat Yisroel. He built Kraft Field, a fooball field in Yerushalayim, where Yeshivah boys play on Fridays.

    #1113615

    CTLAWYER
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    @daasyochid

    They were always a class organization. Not all their employees are classy.

    Disclosure: I hate football, but have had business dealings with the Krafts. I also know the Schwartz grandparents and the father of Ezra.

    #1113616

    ☕️coffee addict
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    Robert Kraft is a big Baal tzedakah

    GO PATS!!!!

    #1645950

    ☕️coffee addict
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    New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and wide receiver Julian Edelman paid tribute to the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting victims during the team’s visit to Pittsburgh.

    Kraft flew into the city early Saturday to visit the synagogue where a gunman opened fire in October and killed 11 people, according to the NFL Network. He also attended services at Rodef Shalom and accepted a rabbi’s invitation to speak to worshippers. He spoke partly in Hebrew, the NFL Network reported.

    Edelman, as part of the NFL’s “My Cause, My Cleats” initiative, wore cleats honoring the victims. He posted a photo of his cleats on Twitter with one shoe featuring the Tree of Life synagogue logo and the other featuring a Star of David and the hashtag #StrongerThanHate.

    In Sunday’s game the hometown Steelers defeated the Patriots, 17-10

    #1646277

    CTLAWYER
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    As a follow up to my comments in this thread November 25, 2015.
    “Dr. Mark Schwartz, 76, of New Haven, died Dec. 2. He was the husband of Heni (Borenstein) Schwartz. Born in New York City, he was the son of the late Solomon and Eleanor (Applebaum) Schwartz. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his children, Peter Schwartz and his wife Elisabeth of Englewood, N.J., Ari Schwartz and his wife Ruth of Sharon, and Yoav Schwartz and his wife Pam of Raanana, Israel; his sisters, Sheila Rubin of Los Angeles, CA, and Libbe Rosenthal and her husband Paul of Phoenix, AZ; and his grandchildren, Mollie, Alexandra, Betzalel, Brooke, Ellie, Hillel, Andrew, Elon, Avi, David and Nachshon. He was also predeceased by his grandson Ezra.”
    I attended the funeral. Ezra’s grandfather Z”L was our family doctor for 40 years

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    Do you hate football because it’s American game?

    #1646463

    CTLAWYER
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    @1
    I hate football because of its roughness and injuries caused, especially concussions and brain injuries.
    I love baseball and basketball which are also American games. In fact we have a basketball court and a Little League sized baseball diamond here in the compound (along with a swimming pool and tennis) my kids and now grandchildren and siblings’ kids and grandchildren spend their summers and holidays here, not shipped off to sleep away camp.

    #1646642

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    You’re not playing it and the athletes who get paid millions of dollars, choose to play.

    #1646668

    NOYB
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    Yes, but those athletes are often pushed into it as kids when they don’t understand the risks.

    #1646981

    CTLAWYER
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    #1
    Why do you always choose to start an argument?
    You asked if I hated Football because it’s an American game, not if I played football or anything about salaries.

    I gave you an honest answer and you should learn to accept the fact that opinions are personal preferences, not subject to your rebuttal.

    I din’t like playing football as a child, I don’t think it is a safe sport.
    For every professional player being paid millions, there are thousands of college and high school players being paid nothing, but still exposed to injury.
    It has nothing to do with being an American Game, I don’t like Rugby for the same reasons.

    Go pick a fight with someone who’s interested, I shall be ignoring you in the future.

    #1647420

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    Because this is a forum and you’re wrong on many issues, despite your credentials.

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