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Ok, I’m sorry for welcoming you.
Yeah, me too. Too much English. I wish some posters would make something like a “kitzur shulchan aruch” at the end. Something like one sentence to sum it all up. (Uh oh. Did I just run against that? Okay, so in the words of the famous, noted Darshanim, “to make a long story short..” oh yeah, really!)
Shopping! Welcome back. We await your upbeat, witty, lively posts.
(Isn’t it funny saying “Hello” in a “Bye Bye” thread?)
I wish all my aveiros would follow!
Cherrybim (any liking to my s/n?):
Same by me. When I’m in a rush and I want to avoid a chillul HaShem I pay to take the tunnel. (oh, I return it when I’m finished)
and Popa, you’re dead wrong. Even if nobody would be willing to pay for the tunnel, it still wouldn’t be free. You don’t know the city.
I thought the OP couldn’t bring himself/herself to spell out such a depressing word.
Oh, the p’shat? Yeah, I once heard an interesting phat about it, but it’s derech drush.
But it’s clearly beyond the scope of the Copenhagen Counsel (Chachmei Chelem), they only predict heat, not precipitation.
Popa: And what makes them a p*g? They’re not intruding on anyone else, they’re paying extra to make it easier for those who can’t afford to or don’t want to, by alleviating the traffic. You should thank them, (honk twice at each car).
WHAT ON EARTH INDEED!!!
And no one else noticed!
I hope the sun shines through the eclipse.
Oh.. as we were saying two years ago..
The outdoors, wilderness, HaShem’s great nature. To watch the whole b’ria come vitally, vivacously to LIFE!!
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Also the ability to recreate and joyfully leisurely, serenely relax and rejuvenate.
AH!!!!July 2, 2013 3:12 am at 3:12 am in reply to: About the coffee room for dummies thread I do shudder #962886
Don’t shudder. It will be good for you there. You’ll learn how to deal with your problems… (hey, what else did they tell me?)
It’s just that one that’s bothering you?
Anyways, I think you should do what (supposedly) Reb Binyamin (Franklin) did. He layed out electrified wires across his room and dared the insects to contact them.
I would suppose people like me, who idle their time on the hallowed confines of the CR haven’t much to offer on the subject. You don’t need MY guidance.
Yeah, so like I was saying two years ago…
From dread of the awesome judgment I do shudder.
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Leyzer, to my regret, I’m currently not involved in Israeli politics. (I’m sure they could use my sagacious input, I’m selfish, I’m holding it all to myself, just to be able to say later: “I KNEW IT”.)
Rashi and Medrash are talking about true Manhegei Yisroel, not appointed politicians. And one more point, if I may. The Chareidi sector is far more tolerant of the not-yet-chareidi than they realize. If they (not-yet-chareidi) would take an honest look, they’d see it. It’s their own feelings of (jealousy, inadequacy, guilt, frustration) at play.
Oomis, it’s quite obvious!!
Playtime, I don’t believe your story. Slapping for not wearing a hat? C’mon, even I wouldn’t do that.
Chazal say not to overly (publicly) praise the host…
I think Bar-Kapara’s episode with Rebbi (Rabeinu HaKadosh) qualifies.
Are the not chareidi “manhigim” so tolerant of the Chareidim?
Not that you need my say so, but I believe you’re correct.