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is that a pot bar hot?
why wouldn’t the popcorn help?
In 105-3 there appears to be a machlokes shach & taz if we’re machmir when not hefsed meruba to say when side by side & the issur is hot that assurs kulo or just klipa
Just to clarify- are you assuming that there was more than shishim of the original oil remaining in the pot combined with the new oil?
The popcorn probably was cold by the time it your other pot
also the oil probably dried before 24 hours
& why wouldn’t the oil be genuinely fleishig?
I’d assume wipe off the spot (not that there is one- but it’ll make you feel better) and your good to go
(besides even if it is fleishig- it would be eino ben yomo so the nat bar nat in it wont be a problem)
I imagine the problem is twofold: Firstly, other than water we are choshesh that chometz happens faster. Secondly, in your example the crumbs would be all over infecting the keilim.
147- This is a serious topic, not a popa troll thread.
At least attempt to discuss the topic before sending it into an off-topic laitzonusfest
Some rather pretty people are not photogenic,if that is your problem don’t give a pic. However if you look good even in pictures what are you afraid of? I think people need to realize that usually the picture is not there for fetish purposes, rather to make an assessment of the very different perspective some people have of “pretty” or at least not unattractive!
qb: I hope these weren’t the esrogim from yom tov, which are typically assur to be eaten until after yt is over…
That sounds reckless and lacking in the responsibility demanded from dating. Seek a mentor or professional’s advice, & share your feelings with them to properly assess whether it will be healthy & productive to approach a new relationship. To flippantly date without the realistic hope of developing a lasting relationship is irresponsible and selfish.
Sorry 147 but often the Rema isn’t the final pesak, the achronim weigh in the shitos and are machriya. In this case, the Gra’s opinion is held to be of great weight, & usually is held to the esteem of a rishon. Thusly, those who wear tefilin don’t make a brocha, & many follow the Gra and don’t wear them at all.
apparently the gas station has been ripping you off!April 9, 2012 3:27 am at 3:27 am in reply to: How many times did you say Sh’monah Esreh tonight? #1012077
but almost slipped on the fifth finger
s/o quoted R’ Moshe but I think there are earlier sources. Never did extensive research.
The Mishna Berurah seems to pasken that after kiddushin a lady needs to cover her hair. (see hilchos krias shma) However the velt generally seems to be maikel like other poskim who don’t require until after the wedding.
binahyeseira- granted its shayich some of these comments could be perceived as “hurtful” but that’s the beauty of the CR is that its not personal- & the truth is easier to convey in these circumstances. That said, condoning the notion that “she just wants to know if her bashert will like her because of who she is?” & “that should not be the focus of these wonderful girls” is dangerously misguided. True a girl should and can expect that her “bashert” will like her i.e. her personality and non-physical attributes. However, to presume a guy, even her “bashert” to like/ be attracted to a girl who doesn’t do her due diligence to be attractive is preposterous! Perhaps the “bashert” should also be attracted to her without make up, wearing her shlumpiest clothing too?! Clearly there is something called “hishtadlus” and presupposing that A. most guys are attracted to thin girls, & B. it is within her ability than to be “thin”- than it would seem to fall under that umbrella. Granted if “metabolism, medication, insulin, etc.” prevented success hishtadlus wouldn’t require that result.
I’d guess you would just return to shabbos davening when you remember
please see my already stated position in this matter: http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/another-over-weight-shidduch-discussion#post-149976
Simple- without that customer there wouldn’t be that delay…
Capitalism says the merchant thanks the customer.
Decency says the purchaser thanks the merchant.
wolf- that isn’t exactly regardless of halacha, rather despite reason you had your own…
You should feel guilty-
Being the cause of someone else’s pain isn’t a good thing…
I dont get the q…
Why would you apply to a seminary if you don’t know much about it?
If the answer is because your friends are going there- then why do you want to know about it now?
Aren’t sem applications expensive?
Update: I found a shu”t rivevos ephraim who says that is a chiyuv for men & women…
why are these boys being demonized?
maybe they are just friendly…
Im not so convinced it was the right thing..
Its not mentchlich to not respond at all.
Even on Tisha B’av we are permitted to respond to an “inappropriate” greeting with a quiet curt response.
deiyezooger- the Shulchan Orach discusses dressing up
not just for kids…
Bochur24- huh? Chivalry isn’t being stuck up & inconsiderate
Gabboim- This isn’t a one time occurrence this happens on a regular basis, as a matter of fact its the norm for a girl to not check. Are they all that spaced out? Stuck up?
Sacrilege- Any older car has this issue, regardless of condition.
This is “the YESHIVA world” after all… not stuck-up preppy world who never saw a non-power everything car in their lives..
There are MANY different communities around the city and valley. Why are ppl so generalizing?
There are many different schools & factions.
btw- there are numerous other h.s. options as well as post h.s. beis medrash program in the valley (Ner Aryeh)
tzippi- I’m addressing the idea that a person’s “bashert” is expected to be accepting of a readily fixable flaw. Who says that is a realistic expectation?
I think u may have a misconception of how much daas torah is actually consulted.
Do you also think it is daas torah for women to only wear black, like the prevailing custom seems to be?
Surely our mothers and grandmothers werent against daas torah?
ofcourse- Do you really believe the difference of what girls look for is based on maturity? Being misguided I would assume is a middos issue. A person may seek kavod, or gaiva through their choice of spouses, yet I would presume this to be unrelated to maturity…
Unless of course u think the perfection of ones middos is also a maturity issue-?
Do you really think daas torah was consulted when people started shunning denim?
The meaning of a hat is..
drum roll please….
Covering ones head, and looking bekavodik while standing before g-d. This preparation seems to be just as important as learning the words of davening, for it all leads to the same end- to properly express yourself to your creator.
What is the relevance of “community standards”? Standards are usually not products of daas torah!
missme- are u confusing community standards with societal norms?
For example wearing of sandals in a arid environment may be permitted, but in a society where it is abnormal it isnt. However, denim is a material, not a standard of what defines dress!
“Hatzur tamim po’alo” Hashem has cheshbonos for everything, & they are good for each person in totality. We may be at a loss to fathom why it is good at our current standpoints, however the ultimate goodness is assured. Consequently, we can daven, and others can daven on our behalf however if this wouldn’t be good for the person (or others and thereby not totally good) Hashem wont let it happen until the time that it is totally good for all parties. Now, part of making it good may be allowing a person to utilize their predicament to grow and thereby thrive form their challenge. Despite this, we the living are unable to know those cheshbonos & therefore need to act accordingly, by strengthening our emuna & bitachon in Hashem, for this may be the road block preventing the desired yeshua. A means to this end is tefila, where we directly beseech our father to aid us. Not that Hashem needs our tefilas, rather by going through the motions, we reinforce these feelings in ourselves thereby bringing us closer quantitatively to our father in heaven.
This brings me to interpret this seminary teachers comments of Hashem wanting a certain amount of tefilas- as Hashem wanting us to utilize this predicament to grow to a new level of ruchnius as an act of chesed to the person.
Thereby its also conceivable that this “greater good” may encompass that Hashem wants one to be the catalyst for another to also grow in ruchnius, and this would need to ultimately be good for both parties.
not under normal circumstances..
(If u were released from prison, or got up from aveilos, seek your L.O.R.)
Ben Torah- The reason behind not giving tefilin for children to wear is chinuch in itself! Halacha requires a guf naki, something which cannot be reasonably assured for a young child. However the proper decorum required by halacha for davening is indifferent to age, so again why do most people wait till bar mitzvah age?
yeshivaguy1- I assume that the reason is because a talis gadol is only a minhag, seeing that we wear a talis katon. Were we to not wear either till then I would see that as a valid point.
Minhag Yisroel Torah!
“The white shirt thing has nothing to do with this issue. It is simply a uniform for Bnei Torah, as Yidden are supposed to have a uniform.”
Uniform? Is this school?!
Bnei Torah are supposed to dress respectably, and that comes in many forms. Uniformity is an invention of institutions, not of Chazal.
People are different, and so are there dress.
“I’m not sure if wearing a white shirt falls under the category of chumra, I think it is more of a minhag”
How does the concept of “trying your best” relevant to coming to shul? Try ones best and don’t show up at all! The role of a parent is to reasonably teach their child right and wrong. What is conveyed by bringing a child to shul who can’t appreciate it, is reinforcement of their lack of reverence, and the acceptability to impose that lack on others.
What happens if one is toivel now in the Gulf of Mexico in the oil spill itself?