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July 11, 2019 12:22 pm at 12:22 pm in reply to: The sixth day in Chodesh Tammuz A day of tragedy in water year after year ! #1756942
I’m not sure about tragedies specifically on 6th Tammuz. However, I am aware that many camps take the kids on risky trips, like Delaware river, zip lining and so on… Maybe, camps and individuals should heed to Venishmartem meod lenafshoseichem and calm down the wild trips and activities.
I’m no dayan! And this answer is by no means as far as i know a halachic response, just a response from the feelings of my heart.
I would give the neighbor the whole pot with all the meat and tell her to never step foot in my kitchen with her food again. I would be sick eating even 1oz of treif dog food. 🤮🤮🤮July 15, 2018 7:03 pm at 7:03 pm in reply to: How important is it to you to have a nice mailbox? #1558096
Is that the one where the pupa rebbi listens and leaves his voice mails?
Jew boy2, here is my recipe, it’s original from Devora Heller famous for Challos. I adapted recipe a little. It’s delicious!!
6lbs flour, 3.5 oz fresh yeast, 3/4c sugar, 1/2 c oil, 2 whole eggs, 2 yolks, 6 c luke warm water, 3 T kosher salt. Good luck!
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Wow!!! You opened up a BIG can of huge worms…. Nuf said!
Toi, you’re a troll and should be banned from ywcr.
Still weight’ing for mine to post throughFebruary 19, 2018 1:38 pm at 1:38 pm in reply to: If you had one era to go back in time… where would it be? #1471899
It’s interesting to note everyone mentioning the era of Matan Torah. What about the very begining… maybe zehavadad, if your so sure people will obey your command to get out of Europe, maybe you would’ve had the power to persuade Chava not to eat from eitz hadaas. Then we could’ve avoided all the forthcoming issues… Well! I guess like coffee addict says we can’t change the world. Hashem has His plans for everything. So let’s all just make the best of the era He put us in and live it to the max and hope and pray that Moshiach come speedily Bimhaira b’yamainu Amen!
I didn’t read all responses to litvishechossid’s question. But I do want to say that making an impression has nothing to do with method of payment. If I’m in a store and the person in front of me pays with cash or a plastic card, I do NOT judge or make immediate judgement if they’re well off or not or whatever. The way they present themselves and behave in public, that is what makes an impression. Do you greet and Thank cashier, Do you push in, on line. Do you run to add more items while checking out… keeping the person behind you waiting… do you leave your wagon at the register thereby hindering next customer move…. Do you talk loud on your phone while on line or checking out… I can write a book about my shopping experiences. But method of payment says zero about the customer. The only time I cringe, is when I see the fancily dressed woman with a fancy carriage buying all goodies and paying with foodstamps.
Whatever happens when one has a cold?