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  • in reply to: The Southern Wall #1660852
    klugeryid
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    Mariana,
    Why are you convinced that a wall won’t work?
    As trump mentioned, it seems to work in Israel, it works around people’s homes,
    And you know where I think we all agree it works? Around prisons.
    Why do most prisons, except perhaps those that are on islands, have walls around them? (some minimum security also don’t but that’s because the threat of being put into tougher security prisons is usually enough)
    Probably because they work.
    You know what doesn’t work? Gun control. This country spends billions on gun control, while guns for criminals are easily available. Know how?
    Cause they come in through the porous southern border.
    So how’s about we just switch. Drop gun control (I don’t mean totally) and build the wall.
    Probably save money and lives.

    in reply to: Question for Jewish Democrats #1660844
    klugeryid
    Participant

    To ctl and ubiq,
    I can’t believe I need to spell this out.
    The op was asking the following question.
    ”is it possible for the democrats to run a person that is so bad that his evilness would supersede the monetary gain to your chosen institution, or would the democrat Jewish voter vote for anyone , no matter how evil, provided they promised cash.? ”
    In order to make the question easier to understand and a bit shorter, he used a name, Stalin, that is the prototype of complete evil and antisemitism.
    He didn’t ask, if you lived in Stalinist Russia would you vote for Stalin.
    He didn’t ask, would you, in CT, vote for dead Stalin in Russia?.
    Please stop telling us about voting issues in Russia or the fact that Stalin is dead.
    Learn to understand what someone wrote.
    In this case it is so simple.

    in reply to: Question for Jewish Democrats #1659160
    klugeryid
    Participant

    K. I post here very spotty. It used to show me that it’s awaiting moderation. It doesn’t do that anymore. Sorry. BTW the one you didn’t approve was more detailed

    in reply to: Question for Jewish Democrats #1659125
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Mod 33
    Cause my comment disappeared

    There were two very similar posts, and I thought you wrote the second because the first didn’t appear right away. So I approved one of the two. Posts “disappear” when they are pending moderation, and then reappear when approved. Your patience is appreciated.

    in reply to: Question for Jewish Democrats #1659074
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Why am I being blocked

    You’re not, why do you think that you are? -33

    in reply to: Question for Jewish Democrats #1659079
    klugeryid
    Participant

    What he meant to say was as follows as a lawyer you should have been able to figure this out
    if Stalin using Stalin as a hypothetical person do to his well-known stance of being a terrible anti-semite were to run in a American Primary as a Democrat would you vote for him if he were to hold out the carat of giving funding to your favorite Institution
    now we are currently aware that you as a lawyer are of the opinion that any politician who offers money to a religious institution should not be voted in so we know your personal answer is no however this question was thrown out to the General Public would you therefore vote for a known anti-semite in an American Primary because he is a Democrat offering money to your local Institution if the answer is yes then say yes if the answer is no then how could you possibly still be voting for the Democrat Party with such people in there as Talib and ocasio-cortez that was the original posters question
    brevity is the soul of wit learn it well

    in reply to: Propane gas Portable Matza Oven in NYC #1658578
    klugeryid
    Participant

    It’s worthwhile to move that there is a serious problem of chametz if your matzah is exposed to the open sky. So am outdoor oven would be a big problem

    in reply to: Is it Mutar to celebrate Thanksgiving?!?!?!?!?!?! #1628788
    klugeryid
    Participant

    It’s for sure not a Jewish thing.
    Jews eat meat on their yom tov

    in reply to: Spanking kids #1621809
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Spanking is physical abuse
    Yelling is verbal abuse
    Time out is emotional abuse
    IGNORING YOUR KID’S WRONGDOINGS IS SOCIETAL ABUSE

    in reply to: Suicide #1567723
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Redleg according to the kinnos such behavior is highly commendable

    klugeryid
    Participant

    bring in some of the giant sealable hard shell balls
    Put a kid in It with an oxygen tank
    Pull him out with attached rope
    Repeat

    in reply to: Gsp Protip #1543648
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Jersey Jew,
    Let’s get real here. 20,000 cars heading in to Brooklyn on a 2-3 lane highway and you expect everyone to mostly keep the right lane empty?
    You smoking legal weed??

    in reply to: Gsp Protip #1536922
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Nobody is telling you to drive faster, they are telling you to drive safer. As in get out of the left lane so cars and trucks can stop swerving around you.
    You don’t need to be a road cop for the whole parkway. Just get out of the way and let the speeders speed.
    You are endangering those who are driving at the speed limit in the right lane as cars trying to get around you are Zipping around at 80-90mph tailgating and swerving.
    Stop being so self righteous and get out of the left lane.
    P s I am a speed limit right lane guy who gets freaked out as I almost get rear ended by the flyers doing their 90.

    in reply to: Does a reform rabbi do anything other than attend funerals? #1536517
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Miamilawyer
    And the Gemara says that those who say hashem has mercy on the mother bird, you shut them up real quick because you make hashem ‘s laws ”mercy ” when In reality they are just laws.
    So you did a great job proving the opposite point from what you wanted. Thanks

    klugeryid
    Participant

    Takes2
    So דניאל ( from נבוחדנצר’ס time) made a חילול ה by not bowing down to the צלם?
    Pretty interesting.
    I guess we should all try to make as much חילול ה as we can. Maybe it will bring the גאולה for us just as it was ultimately the catalyst then.
    I bet I can guess some other things you consider a חילול ה
    Men walking in the street in a hat and jacket.
    Women walking in the street in the summer dressed צנוע
    Not answering your cell phone in public. (I mean every body answers so you look like you are inconsiderate to the one who called you. Total חילול ה )
    Not edging into the intersection as your light changes to red
    Letting someone pull out of a parking spot. (because there last two examples the person behind you is honking like m
    mad.

    in reply to: Carlebach niggunim #1512767
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Putting aside the question as to whether this is even L”H, there’s no prohibition against L”H on someone who is deceased.
    I’d be interested in your source.
    As I posted I think on the other carlbach thread the חפץ חיים did not seem to think that is true
    הלכות לשון הרע כלל ח סעיף ט
    ודע עוד אפילו לבזות ולחרף את המתים ג”כ אסור. וכתבו נוסקים דיש תקנה וחרם קדמונים שלי להוציא שם רע על המתים. וכו’

    So I am not sure where you are coming from. But please be careful before making such a blanket statement

    in reply to: Carlebach niggunim #1512501
    klugeryid
    Participant

    The idea of not using his songs comes from the idea that music is the language of the soul.
    It comes out of his soul and enters the listeners soul.
    That’s the reason that music from an impure place is different than buying shoes from such a person.
    (ill GOTTEN money would probably have the same affect)
    The reason there is talk about carlBach is because his music seems to express devotion and yearning for purity while some of his behavior was shall we say ”questionable”.
    Most of the songs sung today are in a great part seriously frowned upon by most serious rabbanim and people with a sense of purity.
    The reason carlbach is a discussion is because his music is so close (at least) to the pure side.

    in reply to: Carlebach niggunim #1512505
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Oh and BTW those who are comparing his activities to a certain movie producer.
    Besides being ridiculous as that low life has been proven to have done much worse than anybody ever even accused carlbach of doing, it’s also מוציא שם רע.

    ויש חרם קדמונים שלא להוציא לעז על המתים

    in reply to: Upon discovering that your shul uses Carlebach niggunim #1511719
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Why not just ask your Shul to use more contemporary Jewish nigunim sung by all the current ”correct ” Jewish singers lifted right off of non Jewish rock stars singing explicit lyrics that would make your ears burn when the car next to you on the street is playing them.
    Isn’t that much better?
    Cause most people seem to have no issue with those.

    in reply to: Yerushalmi Briskers pronunciation of Hebrew. #1506274
    klugeryid
    Participant

    The question was asked
    Why does the פסוק say
    עדה וצילה שמען קולי
    Even if it would say שמע קולי you would still say שמען קולי
    Answer you need the ן so you don’t pronounce the ג

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505817
    klugeryid
    Participant

    health does this sound familiar to you ?

    What I am doing is standing up to a disgusting online bully who is besmirching their name without giving any reason for doing so.
    As I actually did post.(1503040)

    There. I’ve outed myself with all my alternate screen names
    Now answer the simple question
    ”what is your beef against Hatzola? ”1500166

    Who do you think you are?!?
    Just someone trying to figure out why you would publicly bash Hatzola

    Why would I mention them on a public forum?
    Firstly, who cares why. You said the facts were spelled out there.
    Secondly because it would be common decency to back up your hyperbolic animosity with some sort of facts.(1500139)

    Wow!!!
    That’s the smoking gun???
    That’s your issue with Hatzola?
    There is no issue mentioned there. Just someone (perhaps it’s you. Perhaps someone else) maligning Hatzola in a different setting.
    Boy did I waste my time with you.
    edited, again. (1499238)

    ”I discussed this already many times. In this topic …”
    Really? I just scrolled through all your comments on this thread. There is not a single one there that provides any reasoning or facts to back up your open animosity to Hatzola.
    Just saying(1499181)

    How can badmouthing someone without giving any info be toeles?
    cmon!!
    a little respect for the readership here(1498902)

    Health
    Can you provide some detail?
    I can’t say I read every comment as there are currently 175 comments here. But I did scan them and I am quite curious.
    In what way is Hatzola so bad?(1498160)

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505648
    klugeryid
    Participant

    cad
    thanks

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505531
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health,
    You asked a question

    ”No way that I base my opinon on three cases?!? Where did you get that idea? You read into my previous post that it was only 3 cases. I wonder why you did that?”

    I’ll try to answer that.
    Follow along as I paste two quotes from a fellow with the screen name health.

    1) I hardly seen them work, but in three cases I’ve seen, amongst other cases, they convinced the caller – no transport was needed. One of the cases ended up with a death.

    2) I listed 3 cases, where I was present, where s/o called Hatzola, and they decided that the pt. didn’t need transport. 2 of them defintely did, but I wasn’t able to follow up on the third one.

    So I think an honest observer would excuse me for thinking you are basing your opinion on three cases.

    But In truth , you are probably correct. By now I should know you don’t mean what you write and half the time you probably don’t remember what you wrote either.
    Sorry.

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505391
    klugeryid
    Participant

    MOBIL PHONE

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505349
    klugeryid
    Participant

    CONCERNED mom
    most of us are trying to figure out the same thing
    thanks for sharing your husband with the tzibbur

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505289
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Apushit
    Health salad?

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505288
    klugeryid
    Participant

    By the way it’s a pleasure to dialogue with someone who actually talks to the issue on target.
    Thanks

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505281
    klugeryid
    Participant

    You are probably correct
    So multiply by 8
    1.6*8=12.8 calls a week
    Take off some for office crew…
    So say 15 calls a week
    Not a tremendous number

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1505081
    klugeryid
    Participant

    CAD
    No we cannot safely ignore him.
    He started off badmouthing one of the most selfless organizations in the current frum communities.
    One cannot just sit by and allow that to go unchecked.
    There are thousands (presumably) of people who peruse these boards who will not know to ”safely ignore him ”
    His original rants painted hatzolah as an inept rescue organization that across the full spectrum does more harm than good (if he granted that they do any good)
    B ”H through much time expended in boxing him in I was able to extract from him the totality of his issue for all to see.
    He knows two or three cases where there was a negative outcome which he says came because hatzolah convinced the patient not to go to the hospital.
    Really not such a big deal all of a sudden.
    If could have just said, when In doubt, go!

    That is a far cry from his original

    ”Hatzolah is a terrible murderous organization stay far away call your local car service better than calling them”

    battle cry.

    So yes there is a point sometimes In combating foolishness

    in reply to: Wife Driving or Husband Driving? #1504972
    klugeryid
    Participant

    CTlawyer
    With backwards facing rear seat? Or did you have the luxury model with split side facing seats?
    Oh the days!!
    No sweeter sound than the start of a v8 grand marquis engine

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504966
    klugeryid
    Participant

    SwissYankee
    שכוח

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504919
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health

    ”This was my response:
    “Anyone with a half-brain realizes, if you need medical care, the sooner you get it – the better.””’

    So now you are championing FOR hatzolah??
    Cause they are hands down the fastest.

    in reply to: I don’t like vanilla ice cream. #1504897
    klugeryid
    Participant

    That’s only because you haven’t tasted Vernon esq. ‘s homemade vanilla ice cream using only the finest raw natural materials Source on the compound whenever the family gets together they eat only natural vanilla ice cream made from fresh goat’s milk farm on their compound that’s the real thing they would never be caught eating serving wood pulp cheap invitations

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504861
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health
    I stated that hatzolah comes fast and you counter with
    They don’t want to transport????
    Please follow the conversation!!
    And try to respond civilly, if you are able.

    You posted many times where you live???
    Another of your vanishing posts maybe?
    You should really speak to the mods
    Anyway anybody reading these posts knows exactly where you live in la-la land

    in reply to: Wife Driving or Husband Driving? #1504887
    klugeryid
    Participant

    What’s wrong with a mini van?

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504622
    klugeryid
    Participant

    The research found that the only Volly systems that worked was like in Balto. County, MD.
    When a 911 EMS call came in, they dispatched the nearest fire station. A lot of EMS in this country is fire based. They gave the Vollys a few minutes to respond; and if they didn’t respond within the allotted time – they dispatched the nearest paid fire station.

    does this really need a response???
    “and if they didn’t respond within the allotted time – they dispatched the nearest paid fire station.”

    i think even you would have to agree that in brooklyn ny
    NOBODY responds faster than hatzolah
    you personally have some issue with them
    but you cant honestly claim they are slow to respond

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504366
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health
    Now I have another proof – that I’m not a nurse in my 2 other degrees – I would never call Hatzola to transport from a nursing home. Either it’s an emergency where I’d call EMS or not and I’d call a transport service!
    Not exactly proof
    Just proof that you are not part of a particularly skilled facility

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504365
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health
    The stats don’t differentiate between outer boroughs & night calls.
    They are all inclusive. When I did my Medic training – they were plenty busy. As a matter fact, they did all sort of Shtick to avoid responding. Most days they had more calls than units able to respond to them!

    You give me quite an interesting logic toy here. But your argument is actually self-defeating .
    let’s make a simple if then flowchart .
    if the resources of EMS are structured to reflect the volume of calls coming in based on where they’re coming from then the averages would equal out to the -total , average worker to call ratio.
    if they are not spreading their resources according to need, then think for a moment .
    what we have is, in the congested inner boroughs (whichever that may be )you have an overwhelming amount of calls , meaning ,longer to no response times .as you ended yourself in your post “that sometimes there were too many calls to respond to ”
    not a very comforting nor positive result for somebody in An emergency situation.
    if you’re in an Outer Borough then according to your logic, your EMS workers get far fewer cases than the average of 1.6 per week. leaving him woefully inadequately prepared for emergencies.
    the only way around the unpreparedness would be to say that they are rotating the staff and their positions .
    But in that case you would probably end up with the same average , being as part-time they are in high volume areas and part-time in low-volume areas.
    to sum it all up there is no way to have all EMS workers getting higher exexperience and sufficient coverage if you accept the total number of calls and the total number of workers as stated in the Wikipedia article.( unless, and I don’t think you were, you are claiming that they are either overstating the call volume or, Understating worker counts. )
    And if you will say they are constantly shifting workers from high to low zones you are only making the outcome worse for the patient not better as you can and will end up having low experienced workers operating in high call zones, and when they finally get experience you shift them out to the outer boroughs, where they sit and wait for calls.
    Talk about playing Russian roulette!!

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504353
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Sorry
    My post came out garbled
    I will try to fix it later

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504337
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health
    The stats don’t differentiate between outer boroughs & night calls.
    They are all inclusive. When I did my Medic training – they were plenty busy. As a matter fact, they did all sort of Shtick to avoid responding. Most days they had more calls than units able to respond to them!

    You give me quite an interesting logic toy here. But your argument is actually self-defeating let’s make a simple if than
    flowchart if the resources of EMS are structured to reflect the calls the volume of calls coming in based on where they’re coming from then the averages would equal out to the total average for total call if they are not spreading their resources then think for a moment what we have in congested interboroughs you have an overwhelming amount of goals which leads to longer if no response times as you ended your post that sometimes there were too many calls to respond to not a very comforting nor positive result for somebody in Anaheim graduation if you’re in an Outer Borough then according to your logic your EMS workers far fewer cases than the average of 1.6 per week leaving him wolf Ali in adequately prepared your emergency the only way around the unpreparedness would be to say that they are rotating the staff and their positions in that case you would probably end up with the same average being as part-time there in my volume area and part-time there in low-volume area to sum it all up there is no way to have EMS workers getting higher exexperience and sufficient coverage if you accept the total number of calls and the total number of workers as stated in the Wikipedia article unless and I don’t think you were you are claiming that they are either overstating the call volume or on this thing you workers by shifting calls in to high and low zones you are only making the outcome worse for the patient not better

    as to the article from Jem yes I would like to know what you recall from that article however just realize that if you saw the article and read the article and are unable to find the article how do you expect somebody who never heard of this publication to go and find one specific article that I never heard of before

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1504170
    klugeryid
    Participant

    health
    ky -“it was an auto correct supposed to say
    “Basing any issues on volunteerism is incorrect.”

    With what medical basis would you post this?
    You think that the article in jEMS is incorrect?
    Do you even read the article?

    what does medical knowledge have to do with this?
    i am stating that a claim that volunteer services are worse simply because they are not paid is foolish as money/pay does not create competence.
    if there are issues with hatzolah
    they do not stem from it being volunteer!!!

    as to the article?
    no i did not read it
    you said you would post it
    i am waiting

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1503992
    klugeryid
    Participant

    health
    ky -“Again I think caring any issues on volunteerism is incorrect”

    What do you mean by this?!?
    I have a feeling that you’re not capable to discuss EMS, which includes Hatzola!

    i already fixed it
    it was an auto correct supposed to say
    “Basing any issues on volunteerism is incorrect.”

    why cant i discuss?
    as to stats, i posted from wikipedia
    averages out to maximum 1.6 per week per person in nyc ems
    look it up

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1503894
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Basing any issues on volunteerism is incorrect.
    A volunteer organization can have any standards and checks that they want
    So if there is an issue that’s where you would need to go
    People are asking to join hatzolah.
    They don’t need to lower standards to fill ranks
    Oftentimes organizations are staffed by volunteers because they have no money or not enough interest so they get haphazard help as they are able
    IN hatzolah case that is not the idea
    I assume they keep it volunteer to ascertain that only truly devoted people become members.
    But either way,
    Changing to a paid corps will not fix anything.

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1503890
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health
    Of course I would like to know it
    Again I think caring any issues on volunteerism is incorrect

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1503840
    klugeryid
    Participant

    B613
    I do not know where you got your figures from.
    I went to Wikipedia which lists the following stats for NYC ems in 2016
    275723 medical emergencies called in
    4414 emergency medical professionals
    That works out to an average of
    275723÷4414=62.***
    So at a 40week work year it’s about 1.5 calls a week per person.
    I think most hatzolah members are in that range.

    As to the speed of the ambulances
    the city’s average response time also incrementally ticked up — from eight minutes 27 seconds in 2012 to nine minutes and 23 seconds in 2014. But at peak times and for calls deemed less urgent, response times can frequently be significantly longer, records show.

    The city responds much more quickly — six minutes or less, on average — to the most critical calls, which include cardiac arrest and choking.

    So let’s say their response time is six min.
    Long enough to cause death my heart attack or permanent damage by stroke.
    Now I don’t have stats for hatzolah but based on personal experience it ranges from 30seconds to 3 min

    Nobody is asking the ambulances to drive like race cars.
    But those engines should be able to hit 35mph on ocean parkway.
    They often don’t.

    And finally
    You truly did miss my point.
    I was just stating that to hinge any fault on the fact that hatzolah utilizes unpaid members, is complete foolishness.
    If you think there are issues in competency, by all means address them. But to base anything on the lack of pay is nonsense.

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1503766
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Bk613
    You are conflating two points and confusing the issue.
    The numbers you give have to do with the fact that nyc ems covers millions of citizens vs hatzolah who is basically only servicing the Jewish population.
    Paying them would not change the numbers at all.
    You actually made my point.
    It’s numbers treated that gives the possibility of experience.
    Hatzolah members actually are full time. They just do worthwhile pursuits while not on calls.
    As opposed to NYC ems workers who sit around and do nothing because they are getting paid anyway.
    When a call comes in they have no incentive to get there nor to get the job done. They are being paid either way. As long as you can’t prove negligence they are fine
    Hatzolah members on the other hand
    Are motivated by a desire to save a life
    Want to take care of the issue properly and quickly. Remember they are giving us their job, voluntarily to do so. That shows dedication, gives motivation and demands proficiency. None of which exists in the NYC ems system.
    Just listen with your eyes closed next time you hear a siren.
    If it takes more than 3-5 seconds to go down your block it’s not hatzolah.
    And let’s not forget the difference between brains and brawn.
    Experience may be the greatest teacher, but with brains, your experience can be my teacher

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1503743
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health
    What is Jems article?
    BTW my post was supposed to say ”money does not make one more knowledgeable nor more experienced”
    The word money, was auto-corrected to the word one

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1503698
    klugeryid
    Participant

    I think this argument is wrong.
    The reason a ”professional ” would be better is not because he is getting paid. One does not make one more knowledgeable nor more experienced
    Since hatzolah’s response time is based on having so many members, and since I have never heard anyone claim that calls go unanswered, there would be no difference in the amount of calls taken And therefore no difference in experience.
    So the only difference would be, are they eating donuts between calls or doing something productive.
    If you can make a logical case that being paid to eat donuts makes a better emt, I would love to hear it.
    Until that case is made though, I think that logically speaking, someone who is giving up their time is probably much more dedicated and motivated, than someone who is doing it for the money.
    Anyone in the business world can tell you there are plenty of fully paid workers who do nothing but game the system.
    Judge merit-on merit.
    Don’t take the selflessness of hatzolah members and use it to knock them down

    in reply to: Gee thanks, anti-vaxxers #1503607
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Josef
    You are cheap
    I have the cash to give you
    For $22,861.39
    I will delivered r it to you

    in reply to: What Happened With Ezras Nashim In Boro Park On Monday Night? #1503411
    klugeryid
    Participant

    Health
    Firstly I commend you on a
    Sane
    Normal
    On topic
    Civil
    Logical
    Response.
    It’s a pleasure.
    You are correct . When I said ”help you” I meant in your quest to make hatzolah better.
    I should have wrote ”perhaps people would have taken your words to heart ”

    No I don’t think you kept quiet. And I also rethought my final comment and decided it was out of bounds.
    But there is no way to unwrite a comment once you push send.
    May hashem send you much simcha and bracha in your life together with the rest of כלל ישראל.
    Have a great summer

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