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What besalel wrote is basically the reason why any sharp blade under the screen is a problem. Thats why dulling it a little was necessary.June 18, 2008 5:01 am at 5:01 am in reply to: Out Of The Mailbag: (Flatbush Kiddush: Tznius & Drinking Out Of Control) #1142481
Sorry but I must say again ah rachmanos on most of the the comments posted on YWN. And how they often think they know what is the Torah way for what bothers them about someone else’s comments, Oy.
Kol Hakavod to the 2 letter writers!!June 18, 2008 4:51 am at 4:51 am in reply to: Out Of The Mailbag: (Flatbush Kiddush: Tznius & Drinking Out Of Control) #1142480
Frumee basically hit the nail on the head. Now what to do about it?
Ah! An idea get Rabbonim or those who can influence the men to be involved and start to affect change.
Isn’t that the reason why these letter writers sent in these letters?!
To make a tumult that will get the ball rolling!
anonomous, GUT GEZUKT!!!
Milhouse, cholent being put on before Shabbos has nothing to do with Hashmaas Kol!
Your making the grave mistake of being medameh milsa l’milsa where there is no connection.
Putting things in the dryer is a problem rigt before Shabbos a cholent however with certain criteria can be put up right before Shabbos.
About 10 years ago when i had the shailoh I was told to run a piece of metal accross each blade thereby dulling it and making it not have a problem lehalacha. Some of my friends and I did it and the shaver worked quite well for a good few years. One firm rub across the blade with a key will do the trick.June 15, 2008 7:01 pm at 7:01 pm in reply to: Out Of The Mailbag: (Flatbush Kiddush: Tznius & Drinking Out Of Control) #1142438
Oy! The responses on YWN are as usual a rachmanos!
These 2 letters were obviously written by people who care and are in pain for Klal Yisrael. If all the responders would really care about the Ratzon Hashem and the need for us to keep it then we would all look inward and see how and where we can affect a positive change. Whether in ourselves, family, friends, or others who we don’t know but can touch by writing a heartfelt letter or the like.
R’ Chaim Smuelevitz said “When it hurts you scream”
Yasher Koach to the authors of these letters