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  • in reply to: Kyle Rittenhouse #2031582
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    This case is a victory for all of us who don’t like our property and businesses destroyed by Bolshevik mobs.

    You can’t count on the police to protect you, arm yourselves educate yourselves don’t let the msm convince you otherwise they don’t have your best interests at heart.

    Rittenhouse was cleared of all charges by a jury of his peers, we should be thankful this country still holds by having a court of law. Anyone opposing the ruling of this case is either ignorant, or a facilitator to the Bolshevik mobs plain and simple.

    in reply to: I have COVID #2030603
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    To add, I’m worried about the symptoms of “long covid”, has anyone here had experience with this? My wife and I have both been very tired because of this and I hope it goes away with time.

    in reply to: I have COVID #2030600
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    It didn’t have have Covid previously, even though I should have. I was working in close proximity to positive patients in SICU settings on a daily basis.

    I received my second dose of the vaccine 6 months ago.

    Somehow the kids contracted the new variant a couple weeks ago. Honestly now that we all have natural immunity thanks to our G-d given immune systems I have no desire to vaccinate against Covid further.

    I’m curious about this specific course of action, if you have already caught Covid is there any benefit to vaccinate afterwards? If this is an ignorant stance please explain why, I’m not trying to create a flame war, I’m honestly want to know.

    in reply to: I have COVID #2030342
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    Thank you for the kind words everyone.

    My kids were the vector for this to me. I have just begun working from home.

    in reply to: The most famous coffee room members are #2029012
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    CTL “I make $500 an hour” Lawyer,

    The wolf

    in reply to: Republicans are cool now #2029014
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    Jack Is exactly the kind of triggered person I’m talking about.

    I bet you still watch Rachel Maddie lie through her teeth every night, and force yourself to believe it.

    in reply to: Nusach Sefard #2028799
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    Coffee addict, if my point is lost why bother commenting?

    in reply to: Is Artscroll gonna make a Rambam? #2028732
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    I’m looking forward to an Artscroll interlinear translation of the Zohar.

    in reply to: Nusach Sefard #2028713
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    I davened Nusach sefard in an ashkenazi shul then I realized what’s the point? I bought a siddur in nusach Ari and began davening in a ChaBaD shul.

    in reply to: Shtender Angle #2026599
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    61.3 degrees, 77.0 degrees if you are ChaBaD.

    in reply to: Women Doing Men’s Jobs #2026121
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    UJM you just turned in your man card because I’ve worked with women electricians that forgotten more than you’ll ever know.

    What a shameful and ignorant post. Unless this is trolling, which you have done a great job.

    in reply to: Confusion on Lubavitch. #2025111
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    We all can agree Yechi is catchy

    in reply to: Confusion on Lubavitch. #2025108
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    R. Soloveichik z”tl himself signed a letter with the intention of condemning yidden from claiming those who believed the Rebbe was Moshiach as heretics.

    Obviously if a chabadnik claimed the Rebbe was HaShem in a guf that is a major problem, to think he was Moshiach is a non issue.

    in reply to: Confusion on Lubavitch. #2023829
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    I’ve noticed that MO folks are the most salty about how successful the Rebbe was. I think it’s grounded in the fact that MO is becoming no longer relevant.

    Litvish folks kvetching about ChaBaD are usually bored and should be spending time studying, or ignorant about Chassidus and again should be studying.

    in reply to: Shooting with a DSLR #2019126
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    I have an eotech red dot that’s great to shoot with, the perst-3 Russian laser is a great system @night as well.

    Fun fact, the only legal way to get a class-3 laser in the states is to order russian.

    in reply to: I’m still waiting…. #2019114
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    Wow is so 2009, come at us with a real safek.

    in reply to: Behavior during nuchem availim #2019089
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    *safek

    in reply to: Behavior during nuchem availim #2019068
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    This has to be the highest horse ever ridden in the CR.

    Common Saychel I’m sure it would be too much of a safer for you to stand in the presence of an elderly gentleman on account he may have committed avieros in his youth.

    in reply to: goyishe books #2016417
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    So all the engineering material I refer to needs to be written by a yid? What is the point you are trying to get across?

    in reply to: Married Women Shaving Their Hair Off #2016214
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    I heard in particular with the Hungarian Jews it was a method to prevent women from being violated during progroms and the practice has become a minhag.

    I could be totally wrong on this, I have yet to ask a SaTmarer.

    in reply to: What does “Yeshiva World” mean? #2016135
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    Haha and I thought I was a troll, my hat is off 10/10.

    in reply to: Mysterious lights in the sky #2016133
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    My father in law got extraordinarily high on hallucinogenics at a baseball game during the 80s.

    He told me he saw a flying saucer appear over the stadium with a message emblazoned on the sides that he was to have a GOODYEAR.

    Armed with this interstellar bracha started a PI business and has been doing well ever since.

    in reply to: Why Does YWN Baselessly Attack Biden? #2016132
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    How many of Biden’s children or grandchildren are Jews?

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    So women not learning Gemara makes people happier?

    in reply to: Please explain Ivermectin #2015827
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    UV lighting is a very simple job, install the bulb array in the air handler ideally before and after the evaporator. The older models stayed on 24/7 but now they have designs configured to switch on if air flow is detected or if current is detected on by the motor. An added benefit of the UV system is mold, algae and bacteria won’t propagate on the damp evaporator during summer months. Make sure the bulb frequency rating is high enough to be effective for destroying virus, I will have to recall that factor.

    The reverse polarity ionization technologies being pushed right now for air purification to my knowledge have not had very many compelling results. I would stay away from that cost fir now. If you are in a smaller space a portable HEPA cart with MERV 17 filters and UV lights will purify the air a few times per hour, they are expensive but very effective and are employed in hospitals with great results. If you can research ASHREA standards for hospital spaces and employ the same air change strategies in the space of concern.

    ASHREA to my knowledge has not come up with any “hard” recommendations just CDC guided suggestions. One thing for sure is commercial HVAC considerations will forever be changed by this virus. I expect to see a lot more air changes and more outside air being brought in, MAU units and VRV systems will be the norm.

    in reply to: Please explain Ivermectin #2015829
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    Hospitals have air handler designed to use UV on the cold deck, or evaporator side so the air passing through is purified and sent through typically 2-3 layers of progressively finer mesh HEPA filters.

    My house has a UV system, and it is becoming common. Also UV only works if the air handling fan is on. Any time a space is occupied the fan must be online for filtration to occur.

    in reply to: Please explain Ivermectin #2015799
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    Always ask questions:

    MERV 15 is such a fine mesh rate it will cause a normal residential HVAC system to run very inefficiently due to the constricted airflow over the evaporator and possibly over amp the fan motor in the air handler. I wouldn’t recommend anything higher than a MERV 11 for that reason. You are 100% right about metering outside air in based on CO2 counts, that’s how a lot of modern HVAC equipment is design for controlling outside air economizers. A lot of older commercial airbags sling equipment is also not designed to accommodate any any outside air changes.

    Don’t forget UV lighting in the air handling unit. That is a lot more effective than even HEPA rated MERV 17 filters used in hospitals. UV lighting, maximum air changes per hour and maximum outside air intake is what the CDC in conjunction with ASHREA is recommending fir controlling infectious aerosols.

    in reply to: Space Travel #2015751
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    Gadolhatorah please see the movies thread, I’m afraid your brain has been infiltrated by narishkiet….

    in reply to: LONGEST THREAD EVER!! #2015323
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    Biden is a terrible president, change my mind.

    in reply to: will china do our next holocaust #2014863
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    “They are less obnoxious than many governments we have lived with in the past”

    Wow 5782 already has its most idiotic comment of the year!!!!! Thank you akuperma!

    in reply to: will china do our next holocaust #2014197
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    This will never happen if Trump wins, his daughter and grandchildren are Jewish, these leftist idiots will try and explain this away but it is true. Any frum yid that votes left has some serious issues.

    in reply to: being in style #2014125
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    Philosopher: The floral grandmother style came into shape when frum women started buying tznius clothes from mormons on the internet and in turn began funding Mormon causes.

    in reply to: Tish or Farbreng #2012518
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    CTL: The smell of 770 is in olam hazeh, the smell of lawyers is in olam habah.

    in reply to: Tish or Farbreng #2011442
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    Commonsaychel: And here I thought I had too much time on my hands!

    Now let me get back to reading Sefas Emes…

    in reply to: Tish or Farbreng #2011443
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    And also common, you didn’t answer the question at hand.

    in reply to: The Lace Sheitel thread #2009724
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    Perhaps we could encourage a sheitel buy back program. Clash for clunkers worked out so well under Obama!

    in reply to: Short Skirts #2009630
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    Once you wear a short skirt, you are no longer a part of the “community”. Thus there are no short skirt problems in our communties. A lack of tznius in that high of a regard is an automatic opt out if frumkiet.

    in reply to: The Lace Sheitel thread #2009432
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    How would the ChaBaD Rebbe hold on lace? I’m curious because I have not gotten a clear answer on this, and he did push for his entire kollel to hold by them. There is no doubt that when one goes to Eastern Parkway practically every young married woman there is wearing a lace shietel.

    in reply to: My head is spinning #2007794
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    Ujm: haha more like, Mazal Tov on your Bris!

    in reply to: Whats this song called #2006627
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    Haha the same Troller Rebbeh of the court of cofyrum!?!

    in reply to: The Lace Sheitel thread #2006163
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    So what is better, total coverage with lace or leaving a “tefach״ revealed? Or a hideous Shitel with baby hairs pulled out front? A “kippah fal”

    Are you recommending a tiechal all the time?!

    in reply to: Car Repair courses needed in Lakewood #2006005
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    Yes. Unless it’s a case of life or death obviously.

    in reply to: Car Repair courses needed in Lakewood #2005903
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    My advice is if you have tangible skills be prepared to be taken advantage of. For some odd reason highly educated people assume technical tradesman chose jobs that are more enjoyable, so it must be a real joy to work on their HVAC for free as a mitzvah in the dead of summer.

    This is not an isolated case, every car problem, HVAC problem, electrical problem a you had I’m my community I’m receiving calls year round for help with no offers if pay. It’s shameful, if you do this to the handy person in your shul, make tshuvah this year because it is an awful thing to do to a person and you are obviously a Baal geivah to think you are above paying someone for skilled labor.

    in reply to: Car Repair courses needed in Lakewood #2005780
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    I was a mechanic for years, every one assumes I will help them for free.

    It’s nice being asked to do HVAC, automotive, plumbing for free but yet the CPA, lawyers and doctors all demand a charge when asked for help/advice.

    A bit of advice, remain ignorant on these things or at least pretend to because you’ll be expected to do a lot of free work for people that can afford to pay for it.

    in reply to: Coke is better than Fanta! #1999100
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    Chassidus teaches us taanug preceeds ratzon. Why you derive taanug from coke is beyond me. I guess we’ll know the deep chiddush from your question one day!

    in reply to: 1984 warning becoming reality 2021 #1997465
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    “The book 1984”……what compelled you to read this trief?

    in reply to: Charaidim #1995502
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    So you’re asking: should I begin acting like a proper yid?

    in reply to: extended car warranty call #1995150
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    No matter how much I keep paying these services I still am receiving phone calls from them! How much money is enough?!?

    in reply to: ger rebbi vs. r’ shaul alter #1988245
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    Davkah what is the nikud if this?

    I wondered about that as well

    in reply to: Top Five Yeshivas #1985074
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    The level of privilege saturating this thread is unbearable.

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