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  • in reply to: Keeping Donuts Fresh…? #714881

    chesedname
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    who ever keeps them overnight? we finish them before 72 minutes passes

    in reply to: Toveling Electric Bread Making Machine #714794

    chesedname
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    i didn’t read all the responses, so i might be repeating someone.

    it’s a machlakos, whatever you do, if you toivel any electrical product, Wait at least 48 hours before you use it!!

    in reply to: Licorice/Twizzler #721318

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    in reply to: Convert Making Brocho of She'asah Nisim La'avosenu #714843

    chesedname
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    you should post where you get your tidbits from.

    besides the fact we don’t know if it comes from a reliable source, in this case daily halacha.

    it’s also brought down that it’s to be done. (learnt from Esther she quoted Mordecai)

    in reply to: dreidels #715408

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    in reply to: Older Singles #716457

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    Helpful

    very big word.

    TheChevra

    i dont know if we want the answer.

    in reply to: help, can I design pritzus clothing to sell to goyim? #721981

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    cherrybim

    i beg to differ.

    i really didn’t get wolf’s post, so no comment on that part.

    if you’re non frum cousin calls from Israel, and it’s shabbos, you can’t answer the phone.

    we’re not allowed to help someone do an aveira

    in reply to: help, can I design pritzus clothing to sell to goyim? #721978

    chesedname
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    I’m still eagerly awaiting gavra_at_work’s response???

    in reply to: help, can I design pritzus clothing to sell to goyim? #721963

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    gavra_at_work

    now that you pulled me into this topic (all i said before was it’s not pashut)

    the poskum DO say you shouldn’t make it a career choice, look at

    Divrei Chachumim page 192:47,

    Kinyan Torah 1:54:5,

    Darchei Teshuva, Maharam Shick 152,

    Zera Emes 2:45,

    Yehuda Yalei Y.D. 1:177,

    let me know when you’re done

    in reply to: help, can I design pritzus clothing to sell to goyim? #721959

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    cherrybim

    “You can even manufacture christian crosses to sell to goyim. “

    that’s not true. you can’t make or sell things that are used for avoda zara, and it’s not poshut about the cross.

    in reply to: Popularity of Bourbon #731328

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    mod 80

    if your price range is in the 30’s you won’t get better than woodford reserve. it’s an excellent choice, go with it.

    ps if you don’t like bourbon or scotch try amaretto.

    in reply to: When an infant is niftar R"L… #714798

    chesedname
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    there is a famous story with the baal shem tov, a woman couldn’t have kids for many years, finally had one and he was niftar at the age of 2. she went back to the baal shem tov and asked why?

    he said there was a person that was a huge tzaddik, whom every year went higher in gan eden, until one year they said no more!

    because he was nursed by a goy, he said that wasn’t my fault!

    they decided to bring him down to earth again, nurse from a yid and continue going higher and higher in gan eden. the baal shem tov looks at the woman and says you were zoche to be his mother and the one to nurse him!!!

    (can someone re write this? I’m in a rush and i now it’s terrible)

    in reply to: working on something together #715746

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    blinky

    good for you!!! all the seforim bring down major brachas for being Dan L’kaf zchus, as well as not answering when being insulted.

    anyone else work on being Dan L’kaf zchus?

    in reply to: working on something together #715741

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    blinky

    i actually did, i saw your idea and realized it’s a step by step process

    first we have to be Dan L’kaf zchus

    than it’s easier not to get angry

    last if we’re Dan L’kaf zchus and not getting angry, we would automatically speak less lashon hara?

    looking forward to hearing of your positive results 🙂

    in reply to: working on something together #715738

    chesedname
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    lets start with Dan L’kaf zchus

    b”n I’ll always look at things from “another” side!!

    lets post stories of how we were Dan L’kaf zchus

    in reply to: working on something together #715724

    chesedname
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    we have 3 (blinky yours is 2) very good ideas, lets see what others say and we can pick one to start

    in reply to: Johhny Lingo's 8 cow wife #866931

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    aries2756

    when was the last time you told her so?

    in reply to: YWN Radio #1095669

    chesedname
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    why don’t i hear music?

    YES THE VOLUME IS ON

    in reply to: Johhny Lingo's 8 cow wife #866929

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    eclipse

    thin is relative, i would bet next to 8 cows, you’re a super star, a perfect 10! and super skinny 🙂

    in reply to: Dipping Bagels In Soup On Shabbos #713744

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    mod 80

    work backwards, according to rav moshe z”tl why is it hamotzi?

    ps i’m of the opinion ALL bread, rolls, bagels are hamotzi

    in reply to: Johhny Lingo's 8 cow wife #866924

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    BP Totty

    at first i thought it was a nice story. i tried to tell my wife she was an 8 cow lady, all she heard was she’s a cow!! then i got a rolling pin to the head.

    Now the cow, put the bread winner in the dog house, help!!

    in reply to: Torah on cell phone #713548

    chesedname
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    thanks

    in reply to: Things are getting out of hand #713888

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    tzippi

    I checked it out, you misunderstood it.

    he says you shouldn’t dream of owning something someone else has, that you CAN’T get.

    he brings the example of simple farmer not dreaming of marring a princess.

    if you can’t afford a gold becher, you’re right don’t think of it.

    if you could afford it, the Ibn Ezra doesn’t apply, and let the person buy what he wants, and use it as he wants. don’t forget there are times that we’re supposed to be using our “best” and if someone is worth a billion, the $50.00 becher others use would not be his best.

    in reply to: Things are getting out of hand #713878

    chesedname
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    I think it’s beautiful, as a matter of fact i almost bought it, i just couldn’t get used to the gold as I’ve been using and seeing silver all my life.

    how could you put a price on a mitzvah? jealousy is a terrible middah!!

    as far as a lexus etc.. ppl can and should spend what they can afford. if G-d gave it to them let them enjoy it, as long as they’re giving tzeddka

    in reply to: Entertainment for Chanukah Party #713616

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    msseeker

    i was kidding, but if you really did that 2-3 years ago, WOW!

    can i send some female family members to your next party??

    in reply to: Why type of car do you have? #714205

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    popa

    honestly, is it as good as they claim? is it worth the cash?

    in reply to: Entertainment for Chanukah Party #713614

    chesedname
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    get together, see who who can come up with the best idea to please their husbands!

    best idea wins

    PS here is a hint the less your husband has to do, the happier he is

    in reply to: The Riddle Thread…. #1069479

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    ronrsr

    if you post questions, please posts answers. this really goes for everyone.

    in reply to: uh oh am i in trouble?? #712791

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    mbachur

    this doesn’t fall under the category of shalom!

    if i steal $100.00 from you and you ask me if i took it, can i say no? after all you won’t love me much if you find out i took it!

    in reply to: How To Avoid Handshakes #714728

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    mod 80

    kudos to you, at least your fair and you removed both posts.

    Mother in Israel

    that’s disgusting

    in reply to: How much do YOU give? #712094

    chesedname
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    a rebbi once told me, it means more to get a small amount a few times a year, then once a big check.

    in reply to: How Can I Change My Attitude About Shabbos? #712857

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    frumladygit

    shabbos is about relaxing, and spending time with your family. when you see them devour your challa, slurp the soup down, and eat the cake as if it was the first time they had cake. all that should put a smile on your face, and some satisfaction for your hard work.

    now the question is, does everything have to be home made and so delicious? the challas are a special mitzvah given to woman, but maybe bake every second or third week.

    fish and chicken can be bought. if money is tight buy the fish, it’s not much more than making it at home.

    cakes, how many do you make? 2, 3, or 1? that’s all that’s needed.

    you didn’t mention how many kids, or their ages. can they help set and clean the table?

    toys, make a program no shabbos nosh until the toys are put away. if that doesn’t work, maybe ignore the mess until Friday morning so you’re only putting them away once. it’s kavod shabbos to have a mess, if the kids are playing and enjoying themselves, most important they’re enjoying shabbos.

    certain areas have high school girls come as a chesed, call a local school see if they such a program, and utilize it.

    can you go away once in a while? parents, in-laws, sister, brother, friend? that would take a huge strain off you.

    bottom line shabbos like many things is a mindset, if you do what you can without killing yourself, you’re mind should tell you not to feel guilty, that you only had one kugel and not two.

    whatever you do, don’t clean the toys on shabbos, that’s your day of rest too.

    bsha tova on the next one!

    in reply to: Thanksgiving: Church Holiday #1146273

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    wolf

    that’s very kind of you, and very big.

    i have nothing against “you” i just don’t like ppl posting things against halacha, where due to the vast quantity of readers here, many can come out with the wrong halacha.

    why we don’t we switch from “what’s wrong with it” or “it’s not cooking so it’s fine” as a statement of fact, to a question?

    “we can’t cook for them, but can we make the food beforehand?”

    i think that will make everyone happy, especially being there is nothing wrong with a question.

    on a side note, in the infinite wisdom of the moderators, they deleted posts i had, where there was nothing wrong in it, one of them said clearly you’re not an apikoros because you claim to have self-esteem issues. i said you “would be” (never said you are) an apikoros if you had the attitude of, so i’m a rasha who cares.

    hope this all makes sense, with nothing being capitalized.

    in reply to: Thanksgiving: Church Holiday #1146254

    chesedname
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    this is a good example of what separates a ben torah from a apikoros.

    a ben torah says if that’s what the posuk hador, rav moshe zazal says, that’s what we’ll do, we can try to understand his reasoning, but there is no room for turkey on that day in my house!

    an apikoros says, i don’t see what’s wrong with it, so I’ll eat it, until and unless you convince me not to.

    wouldn’t this be the one thing that’s easy to adhere to? and not spend time looking for heterim? i purposely don’t eat turkey (which i like) to show i listen to gedolim, and proud of it!

    in reply to: Proactive Mussar #711152

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    WIY

    i looked on line ( i don’t have a chumash on me) so i might have missed something, from what i saw in Veeschanan Rashi doesn’t say anything

    in reply to: Proactive Mussar #711150

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    WIY

    it’s talking about kidnaping, not stealing

    in reply to: Borsalino Hat #1082692

    chesedname
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    Has anyone tried getting their hat cleaned and reshaped at Hats Plus? I was wondering how much it cost? I think it’s $20.

    also how long did it take?

    in reply to: Playing The Lottery #710490

    chesedname
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    as a “chesed” i will give u some info u might not know.

    u can send a ck and be in every drawing, no more forgetting to buy tickets, no more checking them, etc..

    in reply to: Borsalino Hat #1082671

    chesedname
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    Cheapest and best is Hats Plus on Coney Island Ave

    cheapest beacsue the ycharge less, best because they also clean. which no one else does

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1144049

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    mods

    who decides the conversation is closed? wolf? why?

    shame on you, you know better.

    EDITED

    The moderation staff decided this acrimonous conversation of personal insults and degrading comments is closed. (the bold print in wolfs deleted post was inserted by a moderator) This will not be discussed further. Please refrain from continuing.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1144048

    chesedname
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    mods

    WHAT HAPPENED TO MY POST?

    The same thing that happened to wolfs posts regarding this matter.

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/inviting-non-jewish-co-workers-to-a-simcha/page/4?view=all#post-167023

    in reply to: Ricola Candies #1091224

    chesedname
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    they say the ones without a hechsher are no good

    in reply to: OT/OTA #710171

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    yw

    would you consider my answer a chesed? some ppl say i never do any chesed, so i was wondering

    best of luck

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1144005

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    Moderator-80

    i don’t capitalize much.

    i hope my question with the dictionary wasn’t lost here

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143998

    chesedname
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    side question on spell check using google tool bar, if i want to correct whta to what, by mistake i clicked add to dictionary, how do i undo that?

    otherwise every time i write whta it will remain as such.

    thanks

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143997

    chesedname
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    am i the only that cares of the hypocrisy here?

    wolf says what he wants, you disagree, he says prove it, when you do he says ok enough of this conversation.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143996

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    dunno

    “Good job! Now was that so difficult?! “

    uuh i dunno lol

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143989

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    wolf

    i find it interesting, you rant and rave how you outsmarted the torah. you made sandwiches before yom tov.

    i kept saying it’s still not allowed.

    you claimed to ask a rav, and asked me for proof it’s not allowed, i proved that proof. why the secret who the rav is?

    and if you have nothing to back up your claim, you shouldn’t be posting non existent halachos on line.

    if you would have formed it as a question that would be fine, but not well i serve sandwiches so that’s OK

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143983

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    BHTWIA

    and cherrybim

    well said

    tb believe me if i wrote better, life would be easier. i don’t write much as my employees do it for me, so what you see is how i dictate it to them, not used to correcting it.

    one thing for sure if i wrote like wolf, he wouldn’t stand a chance 🙂

    arc stop wasting your breath and my time.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143981

    chesedname
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    gemara Baitzah 20:b you can’t cook for a goy

    baitzah 21:b, and s”a o”c 512 you can’t invite a goy to a yom tov meal

    Mishna Brurah 512 you can’t invite a goy even if the food was made before yom tov

    now wolf, please do tell the name of the rav that said you can invite a goy for the yom tov meal??

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