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How about baking soda?
Can the Chief Rabbi attend the service at Westminster Abby?
Jonathan Sacks, the former Chief Rabbi, attended the royal wedding there in 2011.
-isn’t that before Torah was written?
If those dates are accurate, it could precede Hashem’s giving of the Torah to Moses. But I don’t know if the Vedas actually existed then. Even if there’s “proof” they did, that could be part of the stuff Hashem does to test our faith, like dinosaur fossils.
Dovid: Yoga is pure Avoda Zora.
ujm: One of us is an ignoramus, and it’s not me.
I practice yoga for the physical benefits (mainly joint mobility). I’m not interested in the philosophical side of it, but I’ve been exposed to a little of it in learning yoga, The oldest documents are apparently the Vedas, which were supposedly written 1500–1200 BCE.
If they are so sure that Trump is disliked by the masses and doesn’t deserve to be president, why must they find every way to besmirch him and terrorize him into staying away?
Saying that he’s disliked by the masses is propaganda. It’s a classic example of The Big Lie. They keep repeating it with the hope that people will eventually believe it.
What are the pros and cons between Waze and Google Maps?
One advantage of Waze is that it’s more specific about telling you which lane to use, for example when you have to make a left turn, and then a right turn after a short distance.
According to Albert Einstein, the sun revolves around the earth.
Actually the sun and the earth revolve around their common center of mass.
moish26: Why do you hate punctuation?
Yo-yo’s still exist. I have two, and am considering upgrading.
Actually they are not affiliated with reform at all, they are Cosmic Jewish whatever that is supposed to mean.
Thanks, I had been looking at the web site of another congregation that has the same name.
The web site of the congregation that’s filing the lawsuit doesn’t say “Reform”, but the policies look the same.
Place a notice in a local newspaper.
When I was a kid, I walked to school uphill both ways in the snow, with no shoes or jacket.
When I was a kid, we were too poor to have snow. We had to pretend there was snow by walking slowly.
The Democratically controlled Federal Government intentionally caused the high prices and is continuing to make them higher. The only way it will stop is to return control of Congress and the Presidency to the Republican party.
Thought experiment: what would have happened if BLM and Antifa rioters had attacked the Capitol in similar fashion?
It would have been called a “peaceful protest.”
I’m no longer in contact with him. Why don’t you ask a Rabbi yourself?
Once I asked a rabbi a related question, and he replied that there’s nothing wrong with wealth so long as you acknowledge that it comes from Hashem. I guess you could twist that around and say that if you’re wealthy, Hashem must approve of you; otherwise, you wouldn’t be wealthy.
What would the yeshiva teachers and students be doing on Memorial Day if they weren’t in yeshiva?
Most people use holidays such as Memorial Day to engage in fun activities. I don’t understand how that honors veterans.
A shortage in baby formula.
This is in line with the leftists’ agenda and methodology.
They hate fossil fuel, so they stop development of pipelines and oil drilling, and make the prices high to discourage people from using fossil fuel.
They want unrestricted abortion-on-demand, so they create a baby formula shortage to make babies impractical so that people will be motivated to kill them.
There have been plenty of totalitarian regimes that actively tried to limit free speech that are/were not Communist, the Third Reich for example…they actively persecuted Communists,
So the Democratic Party is like the nazis, rather than the communists?
The Biden Administration is not one and the same as the Democratic Party.
And it’s only a coincidence that Biden was their candidate?
“Disinformation Governance Board”
Just when you think they’ve reached the boundaries of maximal stupidity, they come with something else.
Guess it doesn’t serve as the public town square in my town.
I don’t have a Twitter account. Once in a while I’ll read a “tweet” that’s referenced in a news article.
The issue is whether Twitter has a significant effect on national/state/local elections or governmental decision making, directly or indirectly.
With Elon closing in on acquiring all of twitter, how will Democrats deal with losing their biggest and most powerful propaganda weapon?
They’ll attempt to “cancel” Twitter. The leftist media will ignore it, ridicule anyone who uses it, and use all their influence to get people to use a different place for expressing their deranged viewpoints.
As for trump he started ranting about the southern border and a stolen election. You can’t take him seriously.
It’s the people who rant about Trump that can’t be taken seriously. They have nothing to say that’s worth hearing.
America’s enemy is Biden, not Putin.
You can buy your own bowling shoes or skates.January 27, 2022 11:32 am at 11:32 am in reply to: YWN CR Poasters. Do you believe that the Tianamen Square Massacre happened? #2055459
do you think the Tiananmen Square Massacre happened?
It didn’t happen. It was fabricated by the same people who fabricated the alleged Moon landings.January 24, 2022 8:17 pm at 8:17 pm in reply to: Can Someone Help Me Understand Why Biden’s Approval Rating is so Low? #2054318
Just say “Shabbos”.
Which political party uses the term “peaceful protest” to describe rioting, looting, burning and other mob violence?
Which political party lets violent criminals out of prison because cash bail is “unfair” to poor people?
Which political party supports “defunding” the police?
Which political party considers it racist if the proportion of black people arrested is greater than the number of white people arrested, even though black people commit far more crimes of violence than white people?
“Why are democrats okay with this?”
Because they need the votes of the criminals and those who support them.
“so buy two seats”
Or charter a private flight.
PETA believes that using animals as a food source is unethical, which is anti-Torah.
CTLAWYER: Is it the place of members of Congress to encourage the rioting, to encourage disrespect of law enforcement officers, to undermine the imprisonment of violent criminals, and to try to intimidate judges and jurors to render verdicts that align with political viewpoints?November 23, 2021 12:13 pm at 12:13 pm in reply to: Is homework for our children actually important? Does it make any difference? #2032693
Does homework teach children how to learn by their own efforts, which is a skill they will need when they’re adults and no longer in school?
‘The point should be revised to, “did he have any business bringing along an assault rifle”. ‘
An AR-15 is just a semi-automatic rifle. It’s not an “assault” rifle.
“I’m just curious how you will find the Perp in Waukesha Not guilty.”
He was obviously defending our nation from a parade of white supremacists.
“How about a pine marten?”
Gorillas are herbivorous, not carnivorous. So a pine marten would not be a useful substitute for the rice bait.
For the sake of fairness, there should be a gorilla participating in this discussion.November 7, 2021 12:54 pm at 12:54 pm in reply to: Trump is a Distraction, Much to the Detriment of the Republican Party #2025658
“If Trump and DeSantis both run…”
That would be a tough decision. As a Florida resident, I think DeSantis is an outstanding Governor and I wouldn’t want to lose him. But assuming that he’s re-elected as Governor in 2022, then being elected as President in 2024 would only affect the last two years of his second term as Governor. He couldn’t serve a third consecutive term.November 5, 2021 1:16 pm at 1:16 pm in reply to: Trump is a Distraction, Much to the Detriment of the Republican Party #2025293
I fully support Trump. I voted for him in 2020, and I would vote for him in the future. He’s was the best President the U.S. has had in a long time.
But if the mobs of ignorant, irrational Trump-haters are keeping the Democrats in power, maybe Trump should step aside and turn the reins of the Republican party over to someone else who’s more palatable to the voters.
“It is a democracy since people are the deciding factor as to which party should be in control.”
Also, that assumes that elections are fair and impartial. That’s not the case when voters are not required to properly identify themselves as registered voters when casting ballots. That’s not the case when ballots are mass-mailed to the population and insufficient measures are taken to authenticate the ballots. And that’s not the case when millions of illegal aliens are dumped into the country and allowed to vote (which is the Democrats’ obvious goal).
“It is a democracy since people are the deciding factor as to which party should be in control.”
That presumes that people are free to express their opinions without fear of reprisal by the government and the mob.
“This is how a democracy is supposed to work.”
One party is using mainstream news organizations and social media to spread misinformation, suppress facts and opinions they don’t like, and intimidate people who disagree with them.
That’s not how a democracy is supposed to work.
“BRING BACK THE SUB-TITLES!!”
They’re still here, but now we’re all auto-titled as “Participant”. It’s like in the old USSR, when everyone was “Comrade”. Even the Coffee Room is becoming Marxist.October 29, 2021 6:06 pm at 6:06 pm in reply to: I don’t think parents should be telling schools what they should teach,” #2022391
“Are those words going to cost Terry McAuliffe the VA. Governship?”
That would be a big step in restoring control of the nation to leaders who aren’t trying to destroy it.
“Same as with plumbers.”
Everyone has plumbing in their house, and it will eventually need repair.
Few people have a need to hire a graphic designer.October 17, 2021 11:01 pm at 11:01 pm in reply to: Research: The ultra-Orthodox are happier than the secular by a considerable marg #2017183
As I’ve progressed along my BT path, I’ve noticed that secular people spend a lot of time whining about things that aren’t important.