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August 31, 2009 3:16 am at 3:16 am in reply to: Yeshiva Delay – Children Sitting Bored For Week At Home #657041
to mark levin
when i go to florida for a week, that’s excactly what i would like to do, but it’s not allowed. why the double standard?August 31, 2009 2:04 am at 2:04 am in reply to: How To Address Your Mother In Law #796697
Easy, call her bubby.
Your wife should be called mommy (at least once you have kids) so mother-n-law, and your mom should be called bubby.
The first year was a tough one i avoided it, if i wanted to offer her a drink i would make sure she saw me and said would you like a tea, coffee etc..August 31, 2009 1:59 am at 1:59 am in reply to: Yeshiva Delay – Children Sitting Bored For Week At Home #657036
I don’t like to point fingers, but someone womewhere is very incompetent.
Camp should have started later, ended later, or yeshiva should have started earlier. end of story!!
if i take my kids to florida, they all scream bitul torah why is this different?August 20, 2009 11:07 pm at 11:07 pm in reply to: Out Of The Mailbag: Do You Know Where I Can Get a New Tire #655125
RCCS is a top notch Tzeddaka organization, and G-d helps good organizations, why are you having such a difficult time? do you stretch the truth when fund raising? did you embarrass someone that said no to you? are you not having hakaras hatov to someone you benefit from?
Look deep down and find something you need to improve on then good things will follow.July 3, 2008 6:40 pm at 6:40 pm in reply to: Copying Various Forms of Media #625077
My 2 cents.
One of the reasons copying is allowed, even though there is a disclaimer on the back is as follows.
Lets say you bought a cd, and decided 3 years later to make a copy for a friend, wait what about being sold on condition of it not being copied? al pi halacha you would or should have the right to go back to the store or MBD and say I want out of the deal and he would give you the $20 bucks back, if he was willing to do so then you can’t copy the cd and must abide by the disclaimer or “deal” but being the store will laugh at you as well as MBD, (or any singer) the disclaimer is worthless and you can do what you want.
As long as you’re not selling it for a profit.
Another solution is to “lend” the copy to your friend so it’s always yours or your copy.
On a side note the goish music world will send a new cd if you send back an old one that’s scratched or won’t play, (it cost them five cents a piece) why won’t the heimish stores or singers do the same??July 2, 2008 8:03 pm at 8:03 pm in reply to: Solving The Yeshiva Tuition Crisis #619541
They have an Arab public school, how did they pull that off?July 2, 2008 3:41 am at 3:41 am in reply to: Solving The Yeshiva Tuition Crisis #619532
The way to fix the tution crisis is, CONVERT EVERY YESHIVA TO A PUBLIC SCHOOL!!
(in name and theory)
The non frum wouldn’t send there anyway as school ends so late, and has “weird students”.
If done this way, there would be no problem with seperation of Church and State.