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This reminds me of Achaz, who responded to Yeshaya’s request that he pick any miracle, that he doesn’t want to, Chas V’shalom, bother Hashem.
This is the first time I’ve been compared to Achaz but I fail to see the analogy.
Ok I found there is a time when I am bored. What to do when I am at the laundromat (while the machines are running)?
That’s why I found a laundromat with WiFi.
I cannot prove Maamad Har Sinai but if I could prove it, than it wouldn’t be Emunah.December 11, 2011 7:10 am at 7:10 am in reply to: Story of Rabbi Yonatan Eibeshutz – Computer Enhanced #834266
what if it wouldv’e been 47,563 jews?
Every non-zero positive whole number occurs in Pascal’s triangle. Also it is possible add a row and than eliminate positions to get whatever number of combinations you want.
On a more serioso notation, a clarinet has more room for expression of feeling.
I’d think the oppisite is the case as a sax is often played as a lead instrument while the clarinet is often a supporting instrument. (That’s just my perception, which may or may not be true.)December 9, 2011 3:06 am at 3:06 am in reply to: Why does chicken say OU glatt on it when glatt doesn't apply to it? #834034
Chicken has to be Glatt in order to be Kosher. Here is a quote from the Star-K’s website.
However, deer, sheep, lambs, calves, and all fowl (chickens, turkeys, and ducks) always have to be glatt to be considered kosher.
Just multiply the height of your wall by the cotangent of the angle of the sun over the horizon.
I always get confused about which trig function to use where but I think cotangent is the correct function.
Let’s show Hashem we care about His word
Attempting to understand it properly is about as caring as you can get.
The biggest selection of jewish sheet music is available from ‘A Notable Idea’. I can’t post a link but you should be able to guess what the website is on your first try.
But why use a magic number in the first place, sure 40 is better than 39 but is the difference between 39 and 40 any different than the difference between 38 and 39? (After all 39 is a signifigant number for Shabbos.)