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  • in reply to: Inflation Bonanza~! #2108993
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    June 30th was 3 weeks ago.
    Eggs are now over $4 a dozen
    This is not luxuries!!
    Eggs are necessities

    in reply to: Rav Shmuel #2108112
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    Philly yeshiva has yeshiva through the 27th
    But it’s never vadai that r shmuel is there.
    Did you call the office during the day?
    Not very hard to get through to.

    in reply to: WhatsApp #2083728
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    A spammer can text you without what’s app too
    What’s the difference

    in reply to: Receipts #2069709
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    U technically don’t need the tax ID on it.
    If u ever get audited you can always get the proof then

    in reply to: Highschools with Secular Education #2052021
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    Check out the mesivta of greater Philadelphia

    Great rebbeim and secular education

    in reply to: Kollel life with no parental support #2047527
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    Amom
    You are not getting people who are similar because most of the people whose husband’s are in kollel ( that I know) are not on the internet. They don’t have smart phones and computers. Some don’t even text.
    Maybe ask around other kollel wives. Many like that

    in reply to: I have the flu #2040781
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    You should isolate and quarantine anyone who has been near u for the last 3 mths
    Why is it different than covid? Lol

    in reply to: Keeping my last name when married #2037013
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    My son actually had a classmate whose mother went by two last names from before she was married and I guess wanted the child to have her names and dads. So she has 3 last names. In school went by her first name, mom’s initials of last names and then dad’s last name (ie sara AB friedman)
    It was interesting

    in reply to: tomato dip #2013193
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    1 onion diced ina pan on medium flame saute 6 cloves of garlic diced
    4 boxes grape tomatoes cut in half or six beef tomatoes diced
    add in once everything is cooking 1 cup brown suger salt and pepper to taste cook for long time till most but not all of the liquid is cooked away and veggies should be soft.

    in reply to: NYC Chol HaMoed Trip Warning #2010246
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    I think this is a stupid conversation that goes in circles.
    But start speaking to people – people who had it are getting it more and more. Don’t think there is any answer here. Only davening to Hashem

    in reply to: Short Skirts #2009834
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    It’s all being done with approval from men.
    Girls don’t all of a sudden start wearing short skirts.
    If fathers would be involved and say they don’t like it then ladies wouldn’t buy it for their daughters and the same with the husband’s.
    But the ladies with the short skirts have the husband’s that are wearing these tiny tight pants that hardly go past their knees. So it goes hand in hand. And the tight shirts
    They are just as disgusting even if not officially untziusdik.

    in reply to: My friend just died #1999502
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    Sorry for your loss.

    A You said she relapsed. Who said it was the vaccine.
    B unfortunately many cancer patients die when their bodies had enough even when they are officially in remission. I known of many personally. The whole cancer and everything that is done in order to cure is not easy on the body.
    The family should find comfort

    in reply to: Any coupon for Mishpacha magazine subscription? #1989607
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    “, $300 for a magazine? I’ve paid that for quarterly professional publications and research journals but for a routine mag?”

    You’ve laid $300 for a quarterly publication.!!
    $75 per.
    Mishpacha is weekly – you’re getting 50 editions a year. That’s $6 a week for 3 magazines.

    You can definitely call them and ask for a discount.
    If you have other people in your neighborhood who get it they will do a group- it’s cheaper and they ups it. Get it by Thursday

    in reply to: hechsher? #1897387
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    Ikc is not recommended and not held by the orthodox community

    in reply to: Minyan in Poconos Aug 17-19 #1892551
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    We will be there mincha Mon, tues and shachris wed.
    Can we do mincha 7:40 Monday at that park and then work out the other timing?

    in reply to: Minyan in Poconos Aug 17-19 #1892184
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    Does someone want to call and ask the hotel if they would allow that?
    We are not staying in the hotel
    Or we can find a park?

    in reply to: Minyan in Poconos Aug 17-19 #1891330
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    Search for firstseder in lower merion and contact the rabbi re minyan

    in reply to: Minyan in Poconos Aug 17-19 #1891315
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    Shawnee village

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    Israel also has better testing and much more testing than ny.
    Nys numbers would be way higher and death rate lower if everyone was tested.

    in reply to: Why are our day schools different? #1852704
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    Did you reach out to someone at the school and discuss your financial situation with them?
    If the salaries are so great why dont u work in a school.
    I personally am happy that at least someone is getting paid.

    in reply to: How should i occupy my 13 year old son? #1845066
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    Its hard to respond without knowing the level of your son and interests. A lot of online entertainment- oorah, misameach, turesponse. Zoom learning. Or maybe an older bochur can Zoom with him to do activities

    in reply to: How should i occupy my 13 year old son? #1845001
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    Not sure what level or what his interests are but there are many online Activities, entertainments – oorah, turesponse, misameach also zoom learning programs
    Maybe I can find an older boy who can zoom with him and do activities like that

    in reply to: dirshu siyum was 80% chassidish, understanding why? #1831803
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    The dirshu shabbaton is also mostly heimishe/chassidishe. Obviously thats who is part of their programs.

    in reply to: Group Text Chats #1798966
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    Group me has An admin. Only one person can add people to it

    in reply to: Deciding btwn Humira & Remicade #1795077
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    We are giving humira to my child. the doctor didnot really promote one or the other. It was a logistics decision. So far so good

    in reply to: Airline seating alerts #1791401
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    Under 2 you dont need a seat

    in reply to: Does anyone know Ruthie Pearlman’s books? #1572645
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    Search for her name. Ahe has a website and it gives the order of publication which is the order

    in reply to: Does anyone know Ruthie Pearlman’s books? #1572646
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    School of Secrets, Lockdown, Disappeared,  An Ordinary Wednesday, Whispers, Foundling.

    in reply to: Looking for advice on a yeshiva high school #1212949
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    u can check out the mesivta high school of philadelphia

    in reply to: School buses. #1146791
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    I live out of town yet I love being in Bklyn or Lkwd in the morning or afternoon to see all the buses. It is amazing how many jewish children there are. I don’t think anyone’s grandparents 70 yrs ago would’ve believed that within 70 yrs there would be so many children!!

    in reply to: Second-hand clothing in BP #1146393
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    do a search for hakhel gemach list. they have a great list. you can look at it online for free

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    crazy brit – you are so negative and sarcastic. I do believe his stories are true but that is not what I said. I said he has it in his book. If someone is interested in finding out more they can look at the book and do their research from there. I am sure you can find people who are in the book and did have a yeshua.

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    Nachman Seltzer is his book I have an amazing story for you has a few stories regarding this sefer – of people who have seen yeshuos after learning or distributing this sefer.

    in reply to: How do you pay for your child's wedding? #1099551
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    why should the well to do make a simple wedding just because you (the not wealthy) think they have to have everything that others do. The same way I tell my kids they don’t need/can’t have a, b, or c – make a wedding within budget. there are so many ways today where you can make a wedding within a budget. yes you do need some money and it is very hard to save up. I think most of the time it is the parents who want the fancier things by the weddings not the chosson kalla

    in reply to: How to donate to support Shemitah #1091392
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    if you go down the page there is a spot where it says support a farmer and you can put in whatever amount you want with however many payments you want….

    in reply to: Rhawnhurst Philadelphia #1077318
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    Rhawnhurst is a nice community but there are not to many families who have children living in the community. The school is a good school as day schools go and it is run by a pretty right hanhala although it is a mixed crowd. Many of the kids in the school come from ohter communities about 20-30 minutes away from the school. If you have specific questions..

    in reply to: Shabbos dessert in a pie crust #1054741
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    2 graham crusts

    boil

    6 eggs separated

    4 tsp vanilla

    2 small whips (8 oz.)

    Crust:

    Blend 30 sandwich cookies (3 packs smilies)

    1/3 cup melted margarine

    Ice Cream:

    1 whip

    1 vanilla pudding

    1 cup peanut butter

    1 coffee rich

    Blend whip and beat in rest of ingredients. Pour over cooled crust. Sprinkle crumbs on top.


    can use prepared crust

    in reply to: Shabbos dessert in a pie crust #1054740
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    Fudge:

    1 chocolate pudding

    cook on low flame for five minutes, add:

    divide into three cups with a little more in once cup.

    Ice cream:

    1 vanilla

    1 whip

    layer fudge, ice cream, fudge, ice cream, and fudge. Freeze in between layers.

    in reply to: Libraries in Yerushalayim #1051928
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    the one in sanhedria murchevet is by someone muken. I think it is 124 or 126. you can ask any american in sanhedria murchevet

    in reply to: Libraries in Yerushalayim #1051926
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    there is also one in sanhedria murchevet and ramat eshkol.

    in reply to: Kosher Restaurants/Stores in Philly Area #1052007
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    sorry, in wynewood it is a giant with a ksoher section. in the northeast there is a shoprite (off the boulevard) with a kosher section.

    in reply to: Kosher Restaurants/Stores in Philly Area #1052006
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    you can check out keystone k for all kosher restaurants in philly. It is a very good hashgacha. If you tell me which area you are looking for I can give you more info. In Narbeth, PA (a few minutes from philly, depending where you are)there is an Acme which has a kosher section – bakery, deli… It is under the ou and very reliable. In Wynnewood, there is also a kosher section and deli and some bakery products.

    restaurants near there – c and r kitchen, burger.org, shalom pizza, new york bagels,

    center city – mama’s vegetarian, burger.org

    further north – holyland pizza and grill

    expresso

    in reply to: Israeli driver #1035125
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    In my life I haven’t met a driver like you – in other words you are horrible driver.

    in reply to: special ed degree #1022808
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    if you are not interested in going into a classroom – then probably not. There is a big demand for male special ed teachers in the jewish world but one on one can be a female too. There are less options

    in reply to: first baby…advice?!! #1019249
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    a great carriage to compare to the city mini is the Britax. It is very comparable and much cheaper than the city mini and you can get the stroller and carseat for less than the city mini. Also the Britax comes with a piece that you attach to the side of the stroller and the carseat clicks into it. It is great.

    in reply to: Having fun with Telemarketers #1009542
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    we have chimney cleaners who are forever calling about our “flu”. My husband told a few them that they had the flu shot and are not sick. One of them told him ” you are so cute”

    in reply to: Million Man Atzeres #1020454
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    squeak – very cute

    in reply to: Yated article about barely making it financially #991837
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    hello, there is already vouchers in Israel – the govt pays for Bais Yaakovs and some of the chadorim (I am not sure exactly how it works with boys). The tuition for girls is about 1/10th of what it is here. you also do not pay health insurance – that is 2/3 of the big expenses (mortgage being the third)

    in reply to: Looking for a good nutritionist in Brooklyn #989603
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    Dr. Houlif (not sure of spelling)

    in reply to: Sun Inside Rain, by M. Bassara #1030451
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    I read it about 10 times – I was always wondering if she had another book – definitely excited for a new book.

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