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  • in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143973

    chesedname
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    mikehall12382 and arc

    it’s beneath me to respond to personal attacks.

    I’m not a rasha and to call me names or insult me, puts you in the category of one.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143972

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    tb

    great question

    the issur is to cook, so the rabbonim, assured inviting so we don’t come to cook!

    like all “fences” we don’t have the power to say i’ll be careful with the darasa, so i won’t follow the rabbanim.

    that’s similar to the reform, who only keeps the written torah.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143947

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    wolf

    a sandwich doesn’t make it mutar, ask a real rov.

    and for g-ds sake stop using your corrupt logic to pasken shalos!!

    ppl that are reading this posts don’t realize how little you know, which is OK if you would understand that, and stop talking as if you know what you’re talking about.

    everywhere from gemara to ALL poskim say a goy on yom tov is assur! get it through your head, what you’re doing is WRONG, assur, and someone that does something wrong on purpose is called a rasha.

    i know you’ll say OK I’m rasha I’ve been called worse, but that attitude deems you an apikoros, and you’re opinions don’t belong on a jewish/hemish website.

    there is nothing wrong with a question, or not knowing a halacha, but when you’re arguing with basic undisputed halacha, it’s a real problem.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143944

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    mikehall12382

    with all due respect, open a sefer once in a while or at the leats keep the ignorance a secret.

    inviting a goy on yom tov is assur!! period.

    the fact that you agree with wolf’s corupt and apikoros logic, is laughable and sad at the same time.

    i could justify anything, it doesn’t make it right or mutar.

    are you new to halachos, and how they work?

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143932

    chesedname
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    No one is disputing or even discussing if you should be nice to a non frum/goy relative. you should always be nice, and you should always be nice to everyone, related or not.

    as far as inviting a goy for yom tov meal, wolf is that heter your own, you didn’t see it in a sefer, or did you ask someone?

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143924

    chesedname
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    how many pppl here would hug a fellow female worker, that just “needs” that hug? whether due to a divorce or lose of a child etc..

    i mean it is the right thing to do isn’t it? they would respect you, and appreciate it? if not why not? who cares about halacha, it’s just the right thing to do, and as others have posted they can ask questions later about it. isn’t that our tafkid to answer their questions??

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143922

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    mikehall12382

    how could you say keep doing it, when the halacha says clearly you can’t?? inviting a goy for yom tov meal isn’t even disputed, all agree it’s assur?

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143915

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    WolfishMusings

    your post brings tears to the eyes.

    still assur to invite a goy for a yom tov meal.

    the bottom line for many of these topics, and writers. the torah is a book of rules, we don’t pick and choose based on what makes us feel good, or because we think we’re doing the right thing, or it seems like the right thing to do.

    many a good intention led to wars!

    yes it’s hard to know what to do in all cases, and that’s why we must i repeat must be close to a real rav to ask these shalos.

    some of them very tricky or maybe controversial, some are blatant halachos that we might not be aware of (like having a goy by a yom tov meal).

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143908

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    yochi

    interesting how you say i have no chesed lol i can’t help but laugh.

    did i insult anyone here? why would you insult me?

    it always amuses me how someone can insult levi for not being nice to shimon! makes no sense!

    do you know if i do chesed? do you know if i work with goyim?

    at least you’re consistent, you’re wrong on all counts!

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143907

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    SJSinNYC

    do you really think this discussion is about RELATIVES? give me a break, of course there are exceptions to every rule.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143905

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    DovidM

    Thank you, that’s what I’m trying to say.

    i guess the saying those that don’t believe there are no answers, and those that believe have no questions, remains true.

    in reply to: 20 Factors For Parnassa #963239

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    WIY

    Thanks for posting.

    That was a nice chesed!

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143889

    chesedname
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    the TAZ says it shouldn’t be done, nothing needs to be added

    in reply to: Tcheles Tzitzis #709732

    chesedname
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    finally an intelligent question.

    it’s controversial (shocking)

    supposedly they now know where to get the techelis from, supposedly a lot of gedolim are wearing it in a hidden fashion. why they don’t come out and say wear it, is unknown. until then that’s why i don’t wear it.

    hope this helped.

    in reply to: Tips On How To "Calm Down" #710760

    chesedname
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    read the posts here, they are very relaxing, friendly, uplifting, and nothing beats it!

    how can you be upset or stressed after that??

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143885

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    wolf

    that’s what’s wrong with your hashkafa, walking into a treif restaurant is ASUR! and so is marring a goy.

    this religion isn’t based or decided on your feelings or thoughts.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143884

    chesedname
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    i was curious if any of the holy sefarim discussed this question, low and behold the TAZ does!

    he holds unless it’s for urgent need, a yid should not eat with a goy or invite a goy over to him.

    (a”c 512:6)

    of course he was a fanatic and an extremist, but that’s what he says.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143883

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    A Woman outside bklyn

    I’m glad you found the words disgusting unacceptable, I’m sure asking how i picked the name chesedname, was a lot more acceptable. to quote you.

    “Just curious, how did chesedname come upon that screen name, when all of his/her comments seem to indicate the opposite?”

    phoo to the double standards

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143878

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    A Woman outside bklyn

    are you waiting till you can squeeze into brooklyn, to say which posts you didn’t like?

    I’ll forget the point by then.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143877

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    apushatayid

    not to knock you, but that’s exactly the problem with it.

    i mean once we go this crazy route, what’s wrong with marring a goy if you don’t have kids with her?

    what’s wrong with your son playing with john after school? they are the same age! and he’s such a nice boy.

    it’s the small things like this, that destroys klal yisroel, we’re supposed to be elevated, different, and to our self as much as possible!!!!!!!! inviting them in, is the wrong way to go.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143859

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    A Woman outside bklyn

    oh my where do i start??

    what does chesedname have to do with my comments? i do lots of chesed am i no longer entitled to an opinion?

    if my opinion doesn’t agree with yours are they wrong?

    which comment, did the woman that doesn’t fit in Brooklyn, disagree with?

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143858

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    wolf

    you write “Then don’t invite any non-Jews to your wedding.”

    isn’t the point of posting here to voice OUR opinions? it doesn’t make much sense to say “Then don’t invite etc.”

    as far as the cost of the wedding, your comment again doesn’t make much sense, this isn’t about what we can or can’t afford. or what we should be spending. the average goy that goes to a heimish wedding and sees the band, the hall, clothing, jewelry, etc… will come out with a certain notion, which isn’t necessary

    “it adds simcha to the choson and kalla”

    i don’t think the father inviting his friends or co-workers adds anything to the choson and kalla. we’re not talking about the babysitter that’s been with the family for 30 years.

    you’re getting old, all your points on this one were way off, not sure if you just wanted to argue and didn’t have any good points, or you didn’t sleep well last night.

    on a side note I’m sure you’re a great guy, but you should find a rav and get really close to him. most of your hashkafa is way off.

    in reply to: Inviting Non-Jewish Co-Workers To A Simcha? #1143855

    chesedname
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    I think it’s disgusting!

    there is a time and place for everything and i don’t thin k when a choson and kalla are about to start a yiddish home, and build a bais neman byisroel, there should be a mixed crowd.

    i also think it strength’s the false rumors of our wealth, they can only wish for what we call a cheap wedding.

    it doesn’t add any yirash shamaim, or ahavas yisroel, so why do it.

    in reply to: English Music #746456

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    mod 80

    in jest or not, I’ll take what i get! 🙂

    you see all it takes is for everyone to say thank you, and give each other compliments. then the world would be a better place.

    in reply to: English Music #746454

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    haifagirl

    thanks for the compliment, we don’t give each other much here!

    in reply to: OT/OTA #710169

    chesedname
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    ota or cota has less schooling, can’t do evaluation and needs to be supervised by an ot.

    as far as salary, call any ot clinic and ask what they pay an ot versus and ota.

    schooling is less, and again call any college to find out how much less.

    in reply to: Airports – Full Body Scanners #711234

    chesedname
    Participant

    perfectly fine.

    they are professionals and strangers, no different then your Dr looking at you.

    if they didn’t do it, and there was a terrorist attack, the security ppl would be responsible. so they can’t win here.

    in reply to: Driveway Blocking In Borough Park #710497

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    Homeowner

    all valid points.

    it’s the same for double parking.

    the bottom line is, ppl have no choice someone will not park 4 blocks away to run in and get his dry cleaning.

    I know this isn’t the point of your post, but why doesn’t the city do something as simple as put the bus stop by hydrants? it will create more parking spaces?

    in reply to: The Riddle Thread…. #1069469

    chesedname
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    or bring water to the challenge, take a weak poison at home and bang, the king wins

    in reply to: The Riddle Thread…. #1069468

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    ronrsr

    switch the cups around

    in reply to: Am I Wrong About This? #710324

    chesedname
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    YES, you were wrong!

    now let me read more than the heading.

    in reply to: Am I Wrong About This? #710323

    chesedname
    Participant

    this question like so many leaves many things unanswered.

    how many guys are learning? what is the percent? is it a one time thing or do they do it every week? is it due to not caring what the rav has to say or are they pressed to finish mavra sedra?

    are they giving a speech later or the next day that they have to prepare for, like daf yomi?

    in reply to: Am I Wrong About This? #710322

    chesedname
    Participant

    so right

    you’re not necessarily correct. (or so right (joke))

    if a rav left and the board with no membership input hires a new rav, the members have no obligation to respect that rav or acknowledge him as their rav. they also don’t need to find a new shul.

    i don’t know if this is the case here, but it’s not always so cut and dry.

    in reply to: Goodbye friends! #710180

    chesedname
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    I’m jealous

    in reply to: Suggestions to Improve YWN #1225411

    chesedname
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    posting our comments whether the mods agree with them or not!

    as long as it’s not lashon harah.

    i started a thread do ppl think the mods should tell us why they close certain topics, it wasn’t even put up.

    i think if you have a public forum for ppl to have discussions, debates, advice, etc.. you should post ALL comments!

    in reply to: Teshuva for Retzicha #802106

    chesedname
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    i’m aware of teh rambam, this wouldn’t be the first time i saw a machlakos.

    see

    gemarah rosh hashanah 17a

    sanhedrin 99a

    bava metzia 58b

    shaarei teshuvah, whole chapter, title is , the sins that ppl won’t come out of gehenim

    chofetz chaim chovat hashemirah on ribis where he says they won’t have techias hamesim.

    in reply to: Buying German Products? #708578

    chesedname
    Participant

    by saying others killed us or were involved, is justifying buying German products.

    we were always persecuted and killed, and yes esuv hates yaakov.

    but the Germans are the ones to take it to a new level, even pharoh fed the yiden while they worked.

    i wouldn’t say it’s a lav to buy German products but what a slap in the face of the survivors, especially brands that they were forced to work for BMW or Mercedes or maybe both.

    imagine building BMW’s for 5 years in Germany under starvation, no pay and being treated like a dog, and you look out your window yosey your neighbor is driving one! put yourself in the survivors shoes and you won’t have any questions.

    in reply to: Dealing with difficult or annoying people: My theory #713731

    chesedname
    Participant

    thanks

    sorry about all those things i said to you.

    in reply to: Teshuva for Retzicha #802099

    chesedname
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    R Shmuel

    not true murder, aishesh ish, etc

    there are a small amount where u stay in gehenim

    in reply to: Teshuva for Retzicha #802080

    chesedname
    Participant

    if done on purpose, there is no mechilla, kapara, or coming out of gehenim

    in reply to: Whats your typical menu Shabbos night and day? #933560

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    WellInformedYid

    a ham and cheese sandwich is great, especially on shabbos.

    think about it if the ham is not real and neither is the cheese, I’m left with 2 pieces of challa 🙂

    in reply to: Whats your typical menu Shabbos night and day? #933552

    chesedname
    Participant

    ham and cheese

    the ham is not real, neither is the cheese.

    in reply to: Training to be CEO #706557

    chesedname
    Participant

    there is more to that in business, when a deal is proposed what percent are they looking for?

    if something cost me 20.00 to make and i sell it for 24.00. now i get my cost down to 18.00 do i sell it for less? if so why? if the 24.00 was working maybe make the extra money?

    why do some swear the trick to making money is on quantity and some on quality?

    why would a company that has no competition ever have a bad quarter? or year? ppl are still buying their products

    in reply to: Whats Your Unexplainable Fear? #1029799

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    wolf

    i always pictured you as an older, bald guy, and socially retarded.

    i think you confirmed 1 of them, are u bald?

    serious question, are u?

    in reply to: Whats Your Unexplainable Fear? #1029798

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    blinky

    forgive me, does that mean you walk looking up?

    constantly think of it?

    only think of it if you see birds around you?

    it’s an interesting fear, more plausible then changing lanes, but something that rarely happens, and if it did, isn’t dangerous. hmmm i find it interesting.

    in reply to: Whats Your Unexplainable Fear? #1029797

    chesedname
    Participant

    says who

    let me guess, you’re a female? lol

    in reply to: Looking into the future……… #706395

    chesedname
    Participant

    this tread is more like looking back than looking into the future.

    it’s very unhealthy to say i should have done this or that, unless there is a point to it.

    if we’re not changing professions, who cares what we would or could have done.

    in reply to: Things to do in Zurich #705192

    chesedname
    Participant

    swiss alps, no question

    in reply to: Torah Learning Disability for Adult #705134

    chesedname
    Participant

    there are no short cuts, take an easy sefer, ex kitzur shulchan aruch, and actually look up every word he doesn’t know.

    in a short time he’ll see he knows more and more words, and feel good about it, and himself.

    in reply to: What Product, Device, Etc Would You Like To See Made? #704316

    chesedname
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    blinky

    deal, how much? 🙂

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