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October 28, 2015 12:33 am at 12:33 am in reply to: The Good Wifeís Guide #1108399
Maybe I could be of some help with the name of the magazine. Are you referring to the “Good Housekeeping”?October 25, 2015 9:50 pm at 9:50 pm in reply to: Annoying Jewish Telemarketers #1215122
The telemarketers seem to know the worst time to call, and so they do. Like when I’m cleaning for Pesach and washing the floor on my knees. I’m no youngster and it took me time to get to my feet, only to hear them scream in my ears when I picked up the phone. AND WHY DO YESHIVAS THINK IT’S OKAY TO CALL 5 MINUTES BEFORE SHABBOS!!!August 9, 2015 3:06 pm at 3:06 pm in reply to: Iran Deal: Who Says We're Right? #1095022
I have one general rule which I conceived on Obama’s first election day and it has not failed since then. It goes like this: If Obama wants it, I don’t!!June 29, 2015 6:52 pm at 6:52 pm in reply to: To All Yeshiva Haters #1089340
Who is a Yeshiva Hater? Who hates Yeshiva so much as to make a whole thread about it? Could you possibly mean Yeshiva Hatter? (That also doesn’t make much sense to me.) If so, please Moderator. change the spelling in the title of this thread.February 3, 2015 3:17 pm at 3:17 pm in reply to: Suggest subtitles for others (okay, and yourself…) #1152571
Little Froggie I love your subtitle. I think it suits you very well!January 4, 2015 11:14 pm at 11:14 pm in reply to: Are Women Really Jewish? #1065120
Patur – in ref. to your answer to my post that Jewish women aren’t Jewish because the whole nation bowed to the eigel, even though we know that the women did not, in the same vein I ask you if Shevet Laivi is also not Jewish, even though we know that they also did not bow to the eigel.December 9, 2014 11:54 pm at 11:54 pm in reply to: Are Women Really Jewish? #1065104
Hey, Ladies, what’s with you? You used your ammunition over and over and Popa is still not impressed. I think all of you forgot one thing! Rosh Chodesh!! Wasn’t Rosh Chodesh given mainly to the women?
We are so careful not to do laundry or sewing, etc. and my sister even takes off from work every Rosh Chodesh!
Is Rosh Chodesh a Jewish holiday? Are Jewish women Jewish?September 22, 2014 3:39 am at 3:39 am in reply to: Something I noticed a lot of people do because they probably dont know this #1033350
Did anyone ever hear of this one? Never walk over a person because supposedly they would not grow. And if you did walk over that person, you should walk right back over him.June 16, 2014 3:11 am at 3:11 am in reply to: Common Sayings That Irritate Me #1148940
This one really turns me off: “I’ve got your back!”
Really? And should I be expecting a ransom note in the mail?May 18, 2014 7:49 pm at 7:49 pm in reply to: Jews Are Crazy #1015829
Yashi & Pember – (I talk to Hashem at least thrice a day too, sometimes even frice or more. He doesn’t respond.) He doesn’t respond? He has responded to me many times & I would like to give 3 examples: (1) One winter night I had to make 2 beds for company. I was very tired and begged Hashem to help me put the blankets into the covers as I felt that I didn’t have the strength to do it myself. I then proceeded to put the corners of the blanket into the cover & gave one shake and everything fell into place. I then asked Hashem to help me with the 2nd bed also and the same thing happened. 2) I was asked to make the chulent for my grandson’s Aufruf seudah. My daughter gave me beans that I never worked with and rice instead of potatoes. I provided the meat and everything was to go into a borrowed oven that I also never worked with. I was in a quandary as I didn’t know how to proceed. I stood over the oven the longest time until I finally cried to Hashem to please make the chulent himself because I don’t how to. I then proceeded to just pour everything in and added the water, which I also didn’t know how much to put in. The rest I left up to Him. Shabbos afternoon all the guests were amazed at how delicious that cholent was. None had ever tasted such a delicious cholent before. 3)One Erev Pesach, which was also Erev Shabbos, my daughter was not able to start cooking until just 2 hours before. As she started preparing she asked Hashem to do the cooking Himself. As she peeled vegetables her hands were moving so very fast that it made her dizzy. In 2 hours she was able to make things that she thought she couldn’t.
So, if Hashem doesn’t respond to you, either you should realize that “no” is also an answer or try to strenghten your connection.