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That’s a strange comparison, being that Diet Pepsi is acidic and soap is alkaline.
Who is paying for the door to door service?
Usually it ends up being the taxpayers. Rather than having the SD arrange and provide bussing, The schools lobby for the ability to provide bussing themselves and pass the bill to the SD.
I find it interesting that people expect taxpayer funded door to door service and then complain that their taxes are too high.
When I went to school, I had to walk 3 blocks to my bus stop because that was as far as the school district was allowed to make the stop from my home and they weren’t interested in paying more to extend the route closer to my home.
Also, flight crews may not be familiar with the rules for microwaving sealed kosher meals.
Perhaps that’s because commercial planes rarely have microwaves, and airline meals are never heated by microwave.
It’s a way to guilt people into giving money, bc in the end there’s an “anonymous” donor who picks up what wasn’t donated
You can also read their side at http://charidy.com/blog/demystifying-charidys-100-success-rate but it seems too buzzword intense.
Wouldn’t that be 900% growth?
They dont get your phone number from voting records
they get it by dialing numbers in sequencial order
No politician would do something that stupid. There are plenty of numbers that they don’t want to call.
They could get my number from another source but those are expensive compared to voting records.
This being a national election year, you may receive many annoying campaign calls…all legal.
That’s why I don’t provide my phone number when registering to vote.
Where are you getting those stats for number of users?
It’s on the dashboard page. (It’s at 207156 now.)
Writing Parve on cookies is to stand out because most cookies are made with milk.
Godwin was right.
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My biggest question is who came up with the disclaimer? Doing a Google search on the text didn’t come up with earlier instances (but that is inconclusive) and it doesn’t seem like something Hershey’s package designer would come up with.
I believe the hashgacha played a key role in what brand name to go with. New Square had the New Square hashgacha, and people would get confused if it still bore the New Square name without the same hechsher, assuming it was allowed under the sale agreement.
Initially perhaps, but it is not required. Neither Lakewood Farms or Lakewood Organic are certified by the KCL.
Since I mentioned them, I’d like to add that not all Lakewood Organic products are certified.
Probably Latin. Although Greek was incorporated more than Latin, it was the Romans who advanced lens making.
It’s time for all the non-Trumps, except one, to pack it in. That’s the only way they can beat Trump. But it ain’t gonna happen.
None of the primaries before March 15th are winner takes all. The best time for that to happen is closer to the 15th.
Nevertheless, the brand new having been around so long had so much value that it would make sense to continue the brand even the brand was sold to another producer.
25 years is not that long.
That’s assuming the previous owners were willing to sell the name for a price the new owners were willing to pay.
A quick trademark search shows that “Fresh & Healthy” and “New Square” are both owned by Yomo Quality Food LLC. The trademark was bundled with other assets by the bankruptcy court and apparently the new owners don’t think the name is worth using.
Perhaps Yomo Quality Food LLC would be willing to sell the trademark to Joseph.
Yea, that’s the only reason I don’t have cable.
Your IP block indicates otherwise.
Comcast Cable Communications, IP Services EDITED-10
I would still prefer the heimish brands.
If enough people contact them, they can do a run of labels that says Mishpacha instead of Manishewits.
Hatzneh Haleches applies to men and women equally, while Kol Kevodah is specifically for women.
Sticking out in a crowd is an Hatzneh Haleches issue so the OP’s premise is flawed.
There are different kinds of cars
There are different kinds of fedoras.
At the wholesale level uncatalogued used books have almost no commercial value. If your willing to invest the effort to sort them and the time to wait for a willing buyer you might make some money back.
It’s just another anti-fedora rant.
Like saying no one should buy a car because not everyone can afford a Ferrari.January 27, 2016 7:30 am at 7:30 am in reply to: How to contact the Chabad House on the Miskatonic University campus? #1133671
They don’t have their own number. It’s operated by Chabad of Arkham.
It might be a luggage space issue. Is the school providing transportation?January 27, 2016 1:03 am at 1:03 am in reply to: No, you don't own the parking spot you dug out for the next two weeks #1134008
It took me no longer than half a minute to determine which town you referred to.
In New Jersey there is a difference between a town and a city.January 21, 2016 9:12 pm at 9:12 pm in reply to: The Geulah will do get rid of the concept of "daas torah" #1133198
Mashiach will paskin from A to Z, hashkafa, halacha. Soup to Nuts.
Does Moshiach have to be a Posek? How will he have real Smicha? Can he even be called Rabbi?
I would not make the assumption that this present day custom was in wide practice back then without further evidence.
There are a number of families in the Mishnah where the same name is repeated skipping a generation or two. I can’t recall any instance of interaction between two people in the same family with the same name.
When the rabbonim shlita promulgated the simcha takanos, they were more than mere recommendations.
If they had followed the format Rabban Gamaliel used for the funeral Takonos, they would have been more successful.
It was the 4th post, and yours is the 595895th post making it the biggest bump in CR history.January 10, 2016 10:02 pm at 10:02 pm in reply to: Will there be Sephardi Chareidim in the next generation?? #1132985
Sam: When did they stop? It must be after the S”A was published. Why did they stop and what is your (written) source that they stopped (including when)? And other than the Teimanim are you sure it was universal among all Sefardim?
They stopped when the countries they were living in were colonized by Europeans and “Christian values” were imposed.
There are only 205424 registered users and at least one of them is not Joseph.January 5, 2016 12:45 am at 12:45 am in reply to: A lion rampant gules and bars argent on a field rouge #1133769
Prior to this post I wasn’t familiar with the word “gules” but the description seems highly unlikely.December 15, 2015 12:25 am at 12:25 am in reply to: Is anyone else reminded of "Verplanck" every time they hear that ringtone? #1117134
Where did you get that number from? The Gofundme page lists $3261, was there another campaign I forgot about?
Which ringtone are we discussing? (I guess that means my answer is no.)
It’s not obligatory for women. It is discussed by the Sefardic Poskim because they don’t say a Bracha on a non-obligatory Hallel.December 6, 2015 1:48 am at 1:48 am in reply to: Invited to the Wedding Feast, not the Ceremony-would you be offended? #1142985
Wife and daughter want to make a small intimate (family and closest friends) ceremony …
My wife thinks this is horribly insulting.
Which side is your wife on?
It turned out that I *was* wrong. He was released November 20, 2015.
That’s because releases typically happen during the work week and they can’t legally delay the release.
The same question is applied to ” The Ukraine” No other country in the world has a preface of ” The” before its name.
You really need to catch up on the news, they dropped the “the” 24 years ago.
But “here” (the CR) is not an actual location.
The CR is located in Grapevine Texas, a suburb of Dallas.
especially if he davens there every day
If he davens there daily it is more problematic because he could be establishing a personal minhag to duchen daily.
I’m confused. Scientists make generalizations based on averages, no scientist claims an exact timeline for all.
No one really understands how the reasons are sufficient but we can’t change the Minhag.
Just because something is done multiple times doesn’t necessarily make it a Minhag. If you were to consistently leave weddings before Sheva Brachos, it still wouldn’t be a Minhag.
Likewise, consistently Davening Mincha close to sunset won’t create a Minhag not to say Tachnun.
The biggest issue I have with the Siddur Yitzchak Yair is the difficulty in differentiating between the standard one and the RCA edition. The Siddur Kol Yakov is much better in this regard.November 2, 2015 9:57 pm at 9:57 pm in reply to: Are the world's largest food items overcooked on outside but raw inside? #1108964
I don’t know how they did it but a Challah can be baked in a conveyor belt oven. For ridiculously large items, they are often assembled after baking.
My testimony won’t be too useful. I said I remembered it was recently because I have a clear memory of writing those words and the process of choosing the correct spelling. I cannot, however, testify that it was specifically for Velt’s subtitle.
So I will swear under oath (well, not really) that I put that phrase somewhere in/on the CR two or so months ago, but it could have been for a different purpose.
I did a Google search for ‘site:theyeshivaworld.com -“Veltz Meshugener” “K’shmo kain hu”‘ (excluding the single quotes) and came up with no results so it doesn’t seem like anyone else has the same subtitle unless they only post on the same threads as Veltz Meshugener. Maybe you used a different spelling.
Am I the only one seeing the old subtitle on https://web.archive.org/web/20130811041015/http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/medicine-to-become-a-gadol ?
The second capture was on 4/5/2014 and it shows the current subtitle.
BTW, is there any way for a member to see when a post was made?
According to the Wayback Machine, it was sometime between October 20, 2013 and April 5, 2014.
I’d post proof but am afraid it won’t get past 29.