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Not much of a difference between Passaic and Clifton. It’s basically one community with the same schools, shuls, stores, and mikvah. There are a few minyanim that are nusach sfard, spread out around the area. Best thing is to contact a real estate agent in Passaic, and she would be able to fill you in on the demographics. Traveling to Brooklyn is anywhere from 40 mins-60 mins, by car. Of course it can take longer depending on how bad traffic is. If you want, I can give you the name of a real estate person to contact
I would suggest becoming a pharmacist or a PA. Pharmacists make a very nice living, it doesn’t take nearly as many years, and I don’t believe that Obamacare will affect it. It combines helping people and the sciences. Good luck in whatever you do.
If you’re looking for something specific, go to http://www.bfads.net. There you can put in the item you’re looking for, such as a gps, and it will list the different sites and stores that have it and the models and prices. Same with other electronics, toys, clothing, etc…
Also works by Poe. Some good suspense, short stories by him.
Can You Keep a Secret?
Actually, I’d really like that info please. I’d get one to surprise my husband. I think he deserves something for completing Shas (2nd time, and starting again). It would also be nice for the kids to see.
You can make letcho: sautee onion, add peppers, sautee for a few more minutes, add diced tomatoes. Once it’s nice and bubbly, pour scrambled eggs over the mix, and let it set. Stir and cook, until it’s ready.
Great served with a side of mashed potatoes. Mashed potatoes don’t have to be rich. Dice raw potatoes, boil until soft, drain most of the water into a bowl, mash potatoes, add salt and pepper to taste, put some of the water back into the mix until the potatoes are the consistency that you like.
salmon loaf with a mushroom gravy (canned pink salmon used for these two recipes – can buy on sale, or at Walmart)
noodles with a cream of mushroom sauce
I’ve bought from walmart.com and amazon.com. With walmart, if you pick it up in the store it’s free shipping and no tax. With amazon, if it’s over a certain amount, it’s free shipping to the house, and also no tax. They both have sets starting at $25 for service for 4.
Which one did you see, A or B?April 3, 2011 11:43 am at 11:43 am in reply to: Especially good at clarifying "How do we know Hashem exists?" to a young adult #778377
Rabbi Yerachmiel Milstein and Rabbi Mordechai Becher are both very good. Good luck!
Autism is not always hereditary. There is a genetic disease, Fragile X, that can present with autism, and that is hereditary. However, both parents would have to be carriers. So, you wouldn’t even have to ask if his brother’s autism is caused by fragile x, if both of you did Dor Yeshorim (sp?). That being said, you should be able to ask the shadchan to find out if his brother’s case is hereditary. If yes, but it’s fragile x, I already mentioned how that could be avoided – by testing.
Now, if his brother’s case is not hereditary (good chance), then this guy might be a wonderful person, as he probably has developed tremendously as a person because of his brother.
If it turns out that you can give more to worthy causes and that this is a serious thread, we are in desperate need of a school for Jewish special-needs kids in Northern NJ (Passaic/Clifton area.) Unlike the NY boros, we do not have a Jewish school in this area for such children (and we could also use a respite center and a residence home for special-needs kids as they get older.) These are establishments that are available in the NY boros, and in Monsey, but not here.