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  • in reply to: Should we be medicating our kids? #1757583

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    TLIK – “‘For that reason, I am rather untrusting of the average non-psychiatrist physician regarding prescribing many of the medications intended to treat a mental health condition.”

    You’re correct!

    in reply to: Should we be medicating our kids? #1757327

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    bk613 -“Syag, this discussion is not about the type of kids you mentioned. It’s about kids in mainstream yeshivas who are having medication thrown at them because they are not the top of their class and the school has no clue how to handle or properly educate them.”

    I Don’t believe your comment! Name one Yeshiva who throws Meds at a kid – that hasn’t been diagnosed by a professional.

    in reply to: Should we be medicating our kids? #1756921

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    TLIK – You are missing her point! Misty & the OP are living in Utopia. They believe that there is No need to medicate anyone with ADHD. Time for them to get out of the Middle Ages.

    in reply to: Should we be medicating our kids? #1756721

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    Yidd23 -“even if it has the same effect.”

    The point is – if you self medicate, almost always it won’t work!

    in reply to: Should we be medicating our kids? #1756645

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    YR -“In the yeshiva system, we currently medicate one out fo every 3-5 boys. Considering its dagers, isn’t it time we reconsider?”

    You are severely misinformed!
    From a website called ADDmedication:
    From their MD:
    “Stimulant treatment of ADHD appears to result in reduced alcohol and drug problems, not increased substance abuse.
    Some ADHD youth and adults self medicate with substances to treat their ADHD and self esteem problems. Treating ADHD with medication may reduce this phenomenon.”

    in reply to: Suicide #1756640

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    I read that Ann Landers (a Jew) wrote: Suicide is a permanent solution for a temporary problem!

    in reply to: Is Israel part of galus? #1743507

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    manitou -“meanwhile it is a thriving success in every metric”

    Yes, especially the Gays! Did you hear that they had 250K at their parade in Tel Aviv?!?

    in reply to: Worst US Presidents #1730198

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    Ubiq -“Lol! The deal was abandoned by the current President, any war that may result is because the deal was abandoned”

    You so believe the Liberal propaganda – you won’t understand the points!
    The main thing is – not to let Iran do whatever it feels like. They are heading to World Conquest.
    Of course having Nukes will help them. The US has to Stop them. There once was a Western World, but
    their Liberal Mentality has destroyed or about to destroy them!
    I’m sure the Great Trump knows this. He’ll first try Stopping iran with Sanctions.
    If this doesn’t work, he’ll destroy them, before they get Nukes!

    in reply to: Worst US Presidents #1730114

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    Laskern – Your statement is delusional! Do you remember the PM of Israel getting up and telling the world that they have proof that Iran is well on the way to acquirinig Nuclear weapons?

    in reply to: Worst US Presidents #1729797

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    Joe -“I’d put Carter as much worse than Obama.”

    Carter only became Pro-muslim after he left office.

    The reason Obama is the worse, is not because of Jews, but because of the Iran deal!
    This deal will very soon lead the World into WWIII. And it will be a nuclear war.
    Now I’m waiting for all the deniers.

    in reply to: Democrats poll #1729083

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    There will be No 2020 election. Trump will cancel it; due to war with Iran!

    in reply to: ..on combatting personal laziness #1728603

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    ARWSF – “I wake up late…”

    FIRST OFF WB!!!
    Second, So do I, but Not like you I don’t to improve!
    As a matter of fact, I had to get up early one day this week & it made me very upset.

    in reply to: Shidduchim between FFB and BT’s #1725779

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    NDC -“I don’t think it’s a good idea”

    Biggest mistake I ever made. All those posters who think it’s a good idea, are probably BT’s.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1725584

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    Rebitizin -“The REMA Mi’Panu in Sefer Asara Ma’amoros מאמר חקור דין ־ חלק ג פרק כא lists them in several categories.
    To claim: “That would include Human corpses.” requires a source! Can’t just make it up!”

    Arguing with you is getting Boring!
    The REMA mi’PANU רמ״ע מפאנו) says it Befairush.
    He includes Bossor Bmais under the category of Aiver Min Hachai.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1725441

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    KY -“Actually that specific one would indicate that it is OK to eat. Just they only sold it privately.”

    That’s what Oolah holds.
    But the Gaonim hold it’s Osser.

    Rabbi Menachem Azaria de Fano says clearly it’s part of the 30 Mitzvos (Bossor B’Mais).

    Rabbi Shmuel ben Hofni, Gaon.
    “Not to eat an animal that died naturally or without proper slaughter
    From Genesis 9:3
    “Every creature that lives shall be yours to eat…””
    That would include Human corpses.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1725440

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    Rebitizin -“Firstly, as stated, the “30 mitzvos” are what the goyim “took upon themselves” and are not from HKBH. They only have 7 mitzvos, and those are compulsory.
    Second, as stated, even these 30 customs that they accepted, they dropped 27 of them, and only keep 3.
    Third, the שאין שוקלין בשר המת במקולי does not mean that they don’t eat human meat, addaraba, as rashi says, they only don’t do so very PUBLICLY, or alternatively Rashi says that they don’t eat aminal that died naturally.
    The joke is that YOU claim goyim have 30 mitzvos and not seven, and you try to squeeze that belief into this line of gemarah which you misunderstand and ubiquitin botched it completely. THAT is hilarious!”

    Your Am Haaretzos is showing again. Do you know how to read a Gemorrah? Use your Artscroll.
    That Gemorrah is quoting Oolah’s Shita.
    I just posted that the Gaonim say it’s a D’Orysah.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1725417

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    Rebitizin -“Ha, these aren’t chiyuvim “obligations” that they were commanded, nor is it listed in Rambam or those that count the Sheva (that means “seven”) Mitzvos Bnei Noach.”

    I’d call you an Apikorus, but in order to get that title – you need to know a lot.
    So you’re just an Am Haaretz.
    So there are Gaonim that explain the 30 Mitzvos.
    It basically comes out that the 30 Mitzvos are D’Orysah, some positive, some negative.
    They classify the 30 as Toldos from the 7.

    in reply to: Hallel with Bracha on YH? #1725403

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    AY -“One occasionally hears reference to the “strongest LGBT-state in the Middle East…..” r”l. These degenerates already have an unbelievable array of “rights” under Israeli law, and are working feverishly to try to gain even more.”

    I saw online that they did a Survey and they came out that the Most friendly city for Gay Rights in the World, is Tel Aviv!

    in reply to: Hallel with Bracha on YH? #1724694

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    APY -“the neturai karta will be saying kinnos”

    They don’t have time – they’re too busy Demontrating against the Medinah!

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1724692

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    Rebbitzen -“Please share the 23 I never heard of.”

    I figured you didn’t, because you’re an Am Haaretz! So go ask your RH. He gets paid to teach you Torah, I don’t.

    in reply to: Hallel with Bracha on YH? #1724267

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    YO – It sounds like all Sefardy Rabbis. That’s because the Arab lands, where they came from, even Israel is better than Arab countries!

    in reply to: Hallel with Bracha on YH? #1724119

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    YO – With Bibi in charge – you’d be saying it for the destruction of the Medina. I can’t believe that a “Right Wing” Gov. is more left than Blue & White & Labor! He’s the biggest Wimp Ever.

    in reply to: Los Angeles, Yes or No? #1720505

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    1 -“LA isn’t a good place to bring up children”

    And pray tell – Where is?
    Do you know about all the OTD Kids from the East Coast?!?

    in reply to: Los Angeles, Yes or No? #1720315

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    glock222 -“I have not met anyone who has moved out here that is sorry that they did. I hope this helps”

    Let’s be realistic. It’s very expensive to live there. I know at least one family from Lakewood that moved there and had to move back.
    I also have a very close relative that moved there, but he & his wife are working to make ends meet!

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1720106

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    Ubiq -““I’m waiting for Ubiq to reply. If he doesn’t, then I will.”
    I’m not sure what i am supposed to reply to.”

    YOU DID IT!
    Right here:

    “Wait no longer:
    “The Rashba and the Ritvah opine,like the Ramban, that it is permitted to eat human meat.”
    That line was pure am haaratzos they do not hold it is permitted to eat human meat.”

    If he continues – I have what to answer!
    How about Am haaretz sh’ain lo shiyur?

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1719992

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    Rebbitzin -“For a GOY – it was never ossur to eat human flesh according to many Rishonim and poskim.”
    “And I am waiting for Moshiach.”

    While I’m waiting – Rebbitzin, did you ever hear of 30 Mitzvos Bnai Noach?

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1719935

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    Rebbitzin -“You also mix up the d’rabbonon for a Jew with a goy – who has no issur at all”

    I’m waiting for Ubiq to reply. If he doesn’t, then I will.

    Ubiq -“Yeah um this is pure am haaratzos”

    This is one thing that I’ll agree with him.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1717272

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    Rebbitzen -“These DiRabbonon prohibition)s do NOT apply to goyim”

    All the Shittos that you brought is by Jews. The Shitah that I brought above, would apply by Goyim also.
    Do you know the Dinim of Mitzvos by Goyim? I think it was discussed even here in the CR.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1717223

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    Rebbizen -“For a GOY – it was never ossur to eat human flesh according to many Rishonim and poskim.”
    Name them!
    From Aish.com:
    This would apply to a Goy also.
    “Rabbi Moshe Shemuel Glasner (1856-1924) writes in the introduction of his Dor HaRevi’i to Chullin that if one has the option to consume human flesh or non-kosher meat, even though the former is at most prohibited by a positive commandment, while the latter is prohibited by a more stringent negative commandment, it is preferable to consume the animal flesh. This stems from meta-halachic concerns which he discusses there at length. The primary issue is that cannibalism is something which ought to be repulsive to us even sans technicalities, and is to be avoided even at the expense of the prohibition of forbidden meat.”

    in reply to: Measles vaccine re-vaccination #1716747

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    MAMMELE-“Some people believe that the risk of vaccinating babies for a few viruses at once is greater than if done one by one”

    So do it every 2 weeks. Why wait?

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1716739

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    Rebbitzin -“רדב”ז in Sh”t s. 548 allows the consumption of human mummies for medicine purposes (non-life threatening need for medicine, so no pikuach nefesh, just neccessary).”

    What’s the question, acc. to you? It was Never Ossur!

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1716727

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    Rebbitzen -“Let’s engage in your logic:”

    At least I have logic. Do you?

    “Does a chicken or cow “crawl”?! Last time I checked, it looked like they walk. Besides, does a baby walk or crawl?!”

    Anything similar to crawling things. Animals are similar, eg. birds, chickens, cows, etc.
    Baby humans are Not similar.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1716656

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    Rebbitzin -“Therefore there is nothing wrong for a goy to eat another goy,”

    WRONG! You’re an Am Haaretz!
    Parshas Noach:
    ג – כָּל־רֶ֨מֶשׂ֙ אֲשֶׁ֣ר הוּא־חַ֔י לָכֶ֥ם יִֽהְיֶ֖ה לְאָכְלָ֑ה כְּיֶ֣רֶק עֵ֔שֶׂב נָתַ֥תִּי לָכֶ֖ם אֶת־כֹּֽל:
    The Torah Mattered Remesh, Not Humans. Adom was Not allowed to eat animals. Noah was allowed.
    I’m pretty sure רֶ֨מֶשׂ֙ is defined – anything that crawls. Humans walk, they don’t crawl!

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1716025

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    Anyusernameopen? – “whats a 4th degree burn? If I may ask”

    Are you an EMS guy that only knows 3 degrees?!?
    There are 6.
    FYI:
    Fourth degree burns penetrate entirely through the skin and begin to burn the underlying muscle and ligaments; fifth degree burns penetrate the muscle and begin to burn bone; sixth degree burns are the most severe burns which have charred bone.

    in reply to: Another Vaxx Thread #1716158

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    Lakewhut – They haven’t gone far enough!
    But it won’t make a difference.
    The only chance is – if all the Rabbonim & Schools get behind the Vaccine movement.

    in reply to: Waiter’s finger was in my my soup! #1713509

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    Rebbitzen -“I order a soup and notice the waiter’s finger slipped into the soup.”

    As long as they didn’t charge extra for the added enjoyment!

    in reply to: Not tzinius for no reason #1713507

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    Toothpick17 -“I’ve seen in the frum community women’s clothing stores that have not tzinius manicans. Number one is I don’t want to see pritzus.”

    Do you know how Manicans come from the Manican store?
    Any clothes they put on is more Tznius than the way they come!

    in reply to: Not tzinius for no reason #1713157

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    Yidd23 -“What’s a manican?”

    Well – when English is optionary in High School, then it’s a Manican!
    From Webster’s:
    “manikin – variants: mannequin or less commonly mannikin.”


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    Joe -“Rav Aharon and Rav Svei, I could understand you’d be upset that your deeply felt boich feelings insisting on teaching goyishe subjects to yiddishe kinder would be disturbed.”

    You keep pushing your lie that R’ Ahron was against Secular Studies in High School. Why?
    Btw, do you think that R’ Ahron doesn’t know Shulchan Aruch?


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    LerntminTayrah -“Secular studies don’t exist in eretz yisroel in the yeshivas, and they strongly resist it. Why?”

    EY has different philosophies than America. This is in regards to Secular Studies. This was based on the
    Gedolim at that time!


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    LerntminTayrah -“I hate to defend Joseph but he’s probably correct on these quotes. We have accepted secular studies so we don’t think about them but it’s not so pashut.”

    Are you Joe using more SN’s? He’s done that many times.
    And anyways I never heard of Gedolim in America saying – You shouldn’t have English Studies in High School. NOT even Rav Ahron!


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    Joe -“In any case, Rabbi Elya Svei, Rosh Yeshiva of Philadelphia and a student of Rav Aharon’s, was asked why he allows English in Philly if Rav Aharon was against it. What difference can there be between the town of Lakewood NJ and Philadelphia PA? Reb Elya answered that he has no choice, and that currently, the Baalei Batim would not send their kids to the Yeshiva except under these circumstances”

    Stop with the Lying!
    Why do you come to this site and push your Farfrumta Way of Life?
    Do you know about the Din Torah, from Phiily 12th graders, about English to R’ Ahron?
    Do you know the Psak?


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    Yserbius123 -“It’s not a new trend. Lakewood mesivtas that aren’t the Cheder only started popping up in the last 15 years or so. The first ones to start emulated the Cheder”
    Which Cheder?

    “and followed vague apocryphal out-of-context sayings of Rav Aharon Kotler ZT”L so they didn’t have English”

    Rav Aharon held that in High School you can have English subjects!


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    Meno -“Ummm…
    Rampid?”

    This is what happens when you spell words the way they sound.
    The correct spelling is “rampant”!

    in reply to: How Shidduchim became a beauty pageant contest. #1707621

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    Haimy -“How Shidduchim became a beauty pageant contest.
    Some boys won’t even go out without first seeing a photo.”

    What’s wrong with that? (My second line.)

    “It’s not a secret that externals have become a big factor in the frum shidduch world, especially for boys.”

    I think the biggest factor is money! The girl or her parents need to have it or have access to it.


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    NDC -“If he ate cake before davening, he was over an issur.”

    Who says? Did you learn the MB over there?

    in reply to: Alcohol & Psychotropic Drugs Can Kill #1693371

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    Haimy-“I’m specifically addressing underage drinkers who may impulsively drink alcohol despite the danger involved with mixing with meds. It’s up to us adults to be responsible & not offer them a possibly life threatening substance”

    I’m a medical guy and an adult and I take lots of meds, but I drink on Purim. Ok, I’m not that irresponsible – I drink less than I used to!


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    SC -“The question is why was a serious Lakewood bochur at a seudas shabbos with a MO girl?”
    No. The question is why did they go out on a date?

    in reply to: Alcohol & Psychotropic Drugs Can Kill #1693157

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    Yidd23 -“The specific needs of the patient includes the need to drink alcohol.”

    Ok. I’ll drink to that! L’Chaim.


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    Rebbitzen Goldenpickanicerscreenname -“Full disclosure: The girl`s father is Rosh Kollel in a MO Kollel (hence references to Rabbi JB Soleveitchik and Rav Hershel Shachter – in another thread etc).
    The consensus is that the girls whose father`s are Rosh Yeshiva or Rosh Kollel get the pick of the boys because they can afford to pay (if they are successful fundraisers). It makes no diff if the Kollel or Yeshiva is MO…they get the top boys”

    This is an exception. Your original question was a regular MO to Yehivish.

    “Health – you might not know that sefardim follow the Bais Yossef (generally more maikel)”

    The meat is more Machmir.

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