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  • in reply to: Mods? Mods? #2135400
    GadolHadofi
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    Mod response –

    PLEASE stop sending us requests for editing on the news page. I have told you repeatedly that we have NO access to that page. Send your requests to them

    in reply to: Game Room In Yeshiva #2134369
    GadolHadofi
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    Shebbes,

    Interesting, since NIRC never had an actual gymnasium, just a basketball court.

    in reply to: Relive Hakhel! #2129998
    GadolHadofi
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    Menachem,

    Very bad comparison. The Chafetz Chaim, zt”l was the undisputed leader of world Jewry and his emphasis on Lashon Hara was first and foremost about these vital halachos which were being ignored.

    The Rebbe, zt”l was definitely not the undisputed leader of world Jewry, contrary to Chabad PR and in most areas was considered a daas yachid. Regardless of him mentioning it once or hundreds of times, Hakhel may be a nice Chabad custom and a big “Kiddush Lubavitch” (whatever that means) but it has zero halachic relevance to the rest of us.

    With love, please proselytize elsewhere.

    in reply to: Respecting Differences #2128956
    GadolHadofi
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    ymribiat,

    In the prewar Europe of Joseph’s imagination, everyone was extremely frum. All women dressed tzniusdik k’hilchisa from infancy and wore sheitels after getting married at age twelve. All men had full beards, peyos, dressed chasiddish, learned in yeshiva until they were eighteen, then married and spent the rest of their lives learning in kollel.

    No Jew had any secular education whatsoever, none had any contact with non-Jews and were certainly not Bundists, Socialists, Communists or heretics.

    Joseph should know, he still resides there.

    in reply to: No torah no jewish state #2117071
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    I’m quite aware as Avira explained that the case of Pinchas was very unique. Do you really think that Kanoim Pogim Bo allows killing someone at a pride parade? What does it say about you that Yishai Schlissel is your hero? Do you write to him in jail and organize his fan club?

    in reply to: No torah no jewish state #2116874
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    What Halachic mandate did Yishai Schlissel have to kill and injure people on his knifing rampage? Which Beis Din appointed him to do so? And why do you get so excited when posting about violent behavior?

    in reply to: Israel LAnguages #2116770
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    “Many can make it out based on our understanding of Loshon Kodesh”.

    You’ve obviously never actually heard charedim speaking in the streets of Yerushalaim. Your claim of living in Meah Shearim part of the year is yet another figment of your own weird imagination.

    in reply to: Mesorah and Levush #2115296
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    “we need to nip it in its bud”? What are you going to do about it, set up checkpoints?

    in reply to: Relating the Tisha B’av message from Hashem in Today’s generation #2113868
    GadolHadofi
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    Menachem,

    I asked a question with no שנאה intended and was simply informing you that the term does create Elokus doubts and suspicions amongst people. Is there a reason you’re lashing out with anger to another Jew and refuse to answer the question? It seems that whenever certain Chabad followers are asked uncomfortable questions the response always is “everyone hates us so much”.

    My handle is intended as a quip in response to that of GadolHadorah. I answered, now it’s your turn.

    in reply to: Roshei Hayeshiva #2113864
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Are you comparing RIETS to YCT?

    in reply to: Relating the Tisha B’av message from Hashem in Today’s generation #2113700
    GadolHadofi
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    Menachem,

    Sorry for going off-topic but what is the meaning of the term “Kiddush Lubavitch”? Is it meant to be comparable to a “Kiddush Hashem”? One never hears the words “Kiddush Satmar” or “Kiddush Yeshiva” from those groups. Have Chabad leaders considered how strange it sounds and that this only creates “Elokus” doubts and suspicions?

    in reply to: The process of asking for money for a wedding #2113697
    GadolHadofi
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    Common,

    Please review the Mishna in Peah. Hachnosas kallah is not one of the things that has no shiur; in davening it’s listed in the second half. As we know, all tzedaka most certainly does have a maximum shiur, of 20%.

    in reply to: I don’t like Donald Trump, but… #2113558
    GadolHadofi
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    Menachem,

    Sorry for going off-topic but what is the meaning of the term “Kiddush Lubavitch”? Is it meant to be comparable to a “Kiddush Hashem”? One never hears the words “Kiddush Satmar” or “Kiddush Yeshiva” from those groups. Have Chabad leaders considered how strange it sounds and that this only creates “Elokus” doubts and suspicions?

    in reply to: Was Hordus a Jew? #2113450
    GadolHadofi
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    coffee,

    It’s in Sotah (41a) and refers to Agrippas, grandson of Hurdus.

    in reply to: The process of asking for money for a wedding #2112813
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    You’re comparing ending Shabbos earlier than Rabbeinu Tam, which has a source, with what you say is a strict mandate to marry at 18 even nowadays, no exceptions? You just made my point, 18 isn’t the standard in the Yeshiva world. It wasn’t in the Lithuanian yeshivos either.

    You claim to live in Meah Shearim part of the year yet your posts indicate that you know nothing about living in Israel. You claim to have three wives yet your comments show that you know nothing about marriage. You make pronouncements about when bachurim should marry but it’s obvious that you know nothing about yeshivos.

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    in reply to: The process of asking for money for a wedding #2112722
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    The Roshei Yeshiva whose yeshivos are filled with single young men over 18 would bar them if they held of your p’sak. Obviously, they feel that bachurim that young still need to learn for several years before starting to date. Or do you have another explanation as to why they don’t hold of your fatwa?

    in reply to: The process of asking for money for a wedding #2112598
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Why don’t any Rabbonim and Roshei Yeshiva enforce your p’sak?

    in reply to: The process of asking for money for a wedding #2112543
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Where does an 18 year old with no money live, the street? A better question is why aren’t the Rabbanim and Roshei Yeshiva enforcing your p’sak? The Yeshivos are full of single young men that age and higher.

    in reply to: New Lows in Democrat Marxist Propaganda #2110346
    GadolHadofi
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    modern,

    Why aren’t posting using your real name as you have so many times in the past?

    in reply to: school memories #2107607
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    If you had children they would currently say “my parent hits us for any reason and doesn’t think it’s ever excessive”.

    in reply to: Halacha Headlines Show Contact #2107341
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    So now we know what you so flippantly think of a talmid chacham and successful businessman who hosts one of the most popular Torah forums.

    You claim to “dabble in giving Shiurim and answering a Shaila hotline”. Please let everyone know how to access these so that you can be judged. Or is this yet another example of your lame sense of “humour”?

    in reply to: GAS PRICES #2105545
    GadolHadofi
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    jackk,

    Obviously, all of your tireless efforts to promote Brainless Brandon aren’t doing the job. Perhaps if you start doing so 24×6 and post even more lengthy, verbatim, one-sided screed, you’ll convince someone. I highly doubt it but you’ll never know if you don’t try.

    in reply to: The Patriarchy #2105544
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Please enlighten us as to how your multiple pretend wives honor their family patriarch in recognition of all that you pretend to do for them and by extension, all of Klal Yisrael?

    in reply to: Musk pulling out of Twitter deal #2104859
    GadolHadofi
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    smerel,

    jackk is seething at Elon Musk, who had the nerve to criticize the great economic genius, Brainless Brandon.

    edited this time

    Cut it out or they’ll be deleted instead

    in reply to: A Generational Change in Jewish Naming Conventions #2104810
    GadolHadofi
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    Avira,

    Instead of criticizing an entire demographic of Orthodox Jews, especially just weeks away from Tisha B’Av, perhaps you should read the CR שנאת חינם thread.

    in reply to: A Generational Change in Jewish Naming Conventions #2104695
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Based on your line of reasoning, we should all be speaking Lashon Hakodesh and certainly not a linguistic hodgepodge from anti-Semitic Germans, Poles and Russians.

    I’m sure you’re familiar with what Harav Moshe Feinstein, zt”l wrote regarding the names used in Mitzrayim, that it was a necessary way of distinguishing themselves there since they hadn’t yet received the Torah.

    in reply to: Cherem Rabbeinu Gershom #2103441
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Trouble in paradise with one of your multiple pretend wives?

    in reply to: looking for an apartment to rent in israel #2100278
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Why don’t you start a new community in Southern Lebanon and Jordan? The natives would love to have you!

    in reply to: Issues 2022 #2099836
    GadolHadofi
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    jackk,

    I most certainly do but I think it’s hilarious that while Brandon is blaming inflation on Putin, Powell is contradicting him in Congressional testimony.

    in reply to: Issues 2022 #2099735
    GadolHadofi
    Participant

    jackk,

    Same as Brandon; absolutely nothing!

    in reply to: Issues 2022 #2099613
    GadolHadofi
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    jackk,

    So you certainly respect Fed Chairman Powell, who in response to a direct question yesterday threw Brandon under the bus and said, “No, inflation was high before the war in Ukraine broke out”.

    in reply to: Issues 2022 #2099029
    GadolHadofi
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    Dorah,

    “Brandon” is nothing compared to the name calling that has become your trademark. I’m really surprised by how tame your post is. Don’t hold back.

    in reply to: Regents #2097318
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Is that how you succeeded in becoming a self-taught nuclear physicist and semiconductor engineer, at least in your own mind?

    in reply to: Issues 2022 #2097214
    GadolHadofi
    Participant

    Huju,

    Brandon the Butcher is directly responsible for the nearly 600,000 U.S. COVID deaths that occurred under his watch.

    in reply to: Politics #2096361
    GadolHadofi
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    N0,

    Iran is one of the world’s most repressive regimes to its own citizens, aside from being a major supporter of terrorism worldwide and actively attempting to acquire a nuclear weapon. They are also supporting the other side of the proxy war in Yemen. The fact that you could even defend them demonstrates incredible naivete on your part, at best.

    Saudi Arabia has been slowly implementing reforms and warming in its relationship to Israel, albeit due to their common enemy.

    I don’t own a TV but it’s obvious that you’re glued to one based on the incoherent word salad you often spew.

    in reply to: Politics #2096218
    GadolHadofi
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    edited

    I could care less about Brandon’s TV ratings. You answered questions 1-8 yourself by admitting that he did absolutely nothing. Regarding Iran, they are certainly not “comparatively behaving”. CNN just reported yesterday that they’re closer than ever to a nuclear weapon and they are a threat to the entire world.

    Get your head out of the sand and stop defending gross incompetence.

    in reply to: Politics #2096148
    GadolHadofi
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    Nothing,

    So your measure of the Biden administration fulfilling their role is by doing nothing? Well then, he’s been very successful indeed!

    He’s done nothing to control rampant violent crime, nothing on the border invasion, nothing on runaway inflation, nothing on skyrocketing energy prices, nothing to alleviate supply chain issues, nothing to prevent baby formula shortages, nothing to deter Russia’s invasion, nothing to stop the Taliban from conquering Afghanistan, nothing to counter Iran’s nuclear ambitions.

    You have the gall to lecture Syag about the Constitution and personal fantasies for wanting to be safe and solvent? Apologists like you are the real social decay that will hopefully be completely excised by the political root canal coming in November.

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    in reply to: The solution to the shidduch crisis in one easy step! #2095394
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Living down there in your mother’s basement, you may not realize that livelihood doesn’t come easy. Unfortunately, not everyone can pretend to support themselves as a self-taught nuclear physicist and semiconductor engineer like you do.

    in reply to: The solution to the shidduch crisis in one easy step! #2094819
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    “Those wives are the most wholesome, temimusdik, happy, Yorei Shamayim and best mothers.”

    The younger, the better, huh? As General Secretary of the Lev Tahor fan club, you’re something of an expert in these matters.

    in reply to: Husbands Rights & Responsibilities #2089912
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    So you’re Moroccan from “a holocaust survivor family” who “lived in the shtetl”?

    in reply to: Solution to the Shidduch Crisis #2089712
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    No, I’m not seriously suggesting that we go back to it without our Gedolim specifically telling us to do so. That would make as much sense as going back to the way they did things in the shtetl without them specifically telling us to do so.

    in reply to: Solution to the Shidduch Crisis #2089628
    GadolHadofi
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    Aseh,

    Based on the details provided by the Gemara in Taanis regarding this biannual event, it was how things were normally done and not the exception. Please review it and provide proof otherwise.

    in reply to: Solution to the Shidduch Crisis #2089523
    GadolHadofi
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    Joseph,

    Let’s go back even further, to the times of the Beis Hamikdash which believe it or not, were even holier than prewar Europe (gasp!). Girls should go dancing out in the fields and the young men can choose from there.

    in reply to: Movies and Noshim. #2089147
    GadolHadofi
    Participant

    Joseph,

    Fake news.

    Harav Yaakov Moshe Kulefsky, zt”l, was drafted into the U.S. Army in August, 1944 at the age of eighteen. Despite learning in yeshiva at the time, he was drafted due to a backlash against those who falsely claimed to be doing so. Instead of refusing to serve or moving to Canada, he walked to the Induction Center in Manhattan on the day he was ordered to do so, which happened to be Shabbos. While he fortunately spent the next eighteen months until his discharge stateside, that wasn’t guaranteed or in his control and he could have just as easily been shipped out to the European or Pacific fronts.

    He was not alone and there are plenty of books and articles about other frum boys who were drafted and served honorably, some of whom didn’t make it home.

    in reply to: A new low point for Democrats #2088729
    GadolHadofi
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    jackk,

    Unfortunately for this country, the democRATS currently control the Executive branch as well as the House and Senate. When will you and bumbling Brandon change out of diapers and put on big-boy pants, instead of blaming his train-wreck presidency on everyone else?

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    in reply to: A new low point for Democrats #2087992
    GadolHadofi
    Participant

    Dorah,

    According to CDC statistics, there were 424,292 COVID fatalities in the U.S. as of January 20, 2021. Brandon the Butcher is responsible for almost 600,000 deaths.

    in reply to: A new low point for Democrats #2087623
    GadolHadofi
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    jack,

    edited

    I will repeat myself. The treasonous sociopath, Brandon:

    – hates all babies and wants to murder them even outside the womb
    – hates all mothers so he took formula off the shelves to make them suffer
    – hates all females which is why he’s so happy Afghanistan is now run by the Taliban
    – hates all women in power so he chose a neighing, horse faced, imbecile VP to make them look bad
    – hates law abiding citizens so he opened the border and allows criminals to rape, rob and murder
    – hates the U.S. economy and wants everyone to be poor so he created hyper-inflation
    – hates everyone who drives so he made fuel costs skyrocket
    – hates anyone who purchases anything so he destroyed the U.S. supply chain
    – hates peace, freedom and democracy so he allowed Russia to invade Ukraine
    – hates all Jews and wants to cause another Holocaust by cutting a worse Iran deal than Obama’s
    – hates all who disagree with him so he appointed Nina Goebbels to run the Ministry of Truth
    – hates the truth so he always spews bald-faced lies with a smile pasted on his creepy face

    That is the DemocRAT way!

    GadolHadofi
    Participant

    The 2022 International Mendeleev Olympics in Chemistry took place in Tashkent, Uzbekistan; not Israel.

    in reply to: A new low point for Democrats #2086172
    GadolHadofi
    Participant

    Fear not, brainless Brandon will hold a news conference where he:

    – blames all Republicans for these shortages
    – brags that this is an indication of how well the U.S. economy is doing
    – castigates formula industry CEO’s for artificially manipulating the market
    – claims that this proves why abortion on demand must remain legal and unrestricted
    – appoints his neighing, horse-faced Vice President to spew her usual inane word-salad
    – directs his Minister of Truth to charge complaining mothers as threats to national security

    which Dorah and company will parrot and defend on YWN.

    in reply to: Unusual occupations for frum people. #2082288
    GadolHadofi
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    For what it’s worth, Joseph claims to have been a self-taught nuclear physicist and semiconductor engineer. That’s certainly unusual, even if only a figment of his very active imagination.

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