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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.
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.
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!
“The book 1984”……what compelled you to read this trief?
So you’re asking: should I begin acting like a proper yid?
No matter how much I keep paying these services I still am receiving phone calls from them! How much money is enough?!?
Davkah what is the nikud if this?
I wondered about that as well
The level of privilege saturating this thread is unbearable.
I fixed it. It was bugging me too.
@common, no need to be enigmatic, where are you going with this?
@common, unpack your question please unless you are being rhetorical and if so why?
Sniffing ferrets! Spoken like a true Biden supporter!
Wow the same old guard morons that wanted to force us into the ghettos are now trying to infiltrate them.
It’s a shame they are so insecure with their beliefs, the amount of effort they attempt others to join in that nonsense is astonishing.
What is a Yekke?
What masechta are you and Noam Chomsky leading together?May 13, 2021 7:12 am at 7:12 am in reply to: why should i take the the vacccine if i had the virus already ? #1974021
I got mine so I wouldn’t get kicked out of my shul.
I’m not dead yet, so I guess it’s not that dig of a deal.
That is the most blatant effort at trolling I have ever seen. Please next time make it a little more subtle in order for it to be slightly entertaining.May 10, 2021 2:19 am at 2:19 am in reply to: Biden omits the word ‘God’ from national prayer declaration #1972366
I’m more surprised that you are surprised at this point.
I’m sure there will plenty of CR frequenters that will be willing to defend this as well.
As yidden are considered “white adjacent” why should a lack of media coverage be considered to be any surprise?
Yidden are considered “white adjacent”, the propaganda machine has no interest in reporting on this. It doesn’t fit any useful narrative.
Solid post OP, this is the material I count on the CR for!
Viewing tik tok is probably less kosher than drinking this roach coffee.
What do I do? I just spent $2,300 on a sheitel for my wife?!?
I have found out for the sake of pikuach nefesh I am to shave with an electric razor.
They don’t, they are doctors and I am not it seems to be a matter of class.
If the OP’s last name is actually Ungar and he happens to make parnassa with the Malchus Chior, please let me say your zemer “Nafshi” is a real geshmak to my family every week Shabbos.
There are a few yeshivish men at the MO shul I attend, then a few other ChaBaDniks who do so as well. I just don’t want to appear as a Baal Gavaah, or worse. Is there an unspoken benchmark for when a gever can or can wear a hat? Keeping my gerus in mind may I begin and hold this minhag for my family mesorah?
I was thinking about getting a bellissimo hat, the lower profile rim of the “fox” looks really sharp.
When I ask my Rav what he thinks I’ll reply on this thread. Everyone stay safe. ב״ה
Overland Park to be precise.
Visit Kansas City.
Chas V Shalom any self respecting yid should purchase triefah wood for a mitzvah purpose at Home Depot!
What hechsherim have you seen the lumber yard!?! All Home Depot’s wood has been kiln treated to remove unwanted moisture rendering everything there bishul akum.
My Seder made it clear through to Lag B’Omer last year as well. The only wood I had wasn’t chametz but it wasn’t glatt either my Rav poskend it was bediaved for I wasn’t aware of these chumros. I’ll be more careful this year.
Old crown heights: Anything less than 800 grit is mamash assur!January 27, 2020 9:02 pm at 9:02 pm in reply to: Why is the Wider Frum Public Making a Big Deal Over Bryant’s Death #1826597
Who is Bryant?
I have been studying a bunch I’m sorry about the late reply.
The reason for me wanting to convert is I cannot imaging going through this life with out actually performing a mitzvah as a proper yid. The Yesod of this entire universe lay in the holy Torah and this is an amazing truth!
Deep down I cannot explain why I want to be Shomer Torah U’Mitzvos it is a deep compulsion that has surprised even myself.
I am working with a proper Frum beis din that has yiras HaShamayim. I don’t see how I’m trolling Mr. Coffee addict.
I was curious to see what people’s sentiments were on this forum so thank you for all the responses!
Thanks for all the replies and positivity.
I’ll divulge more about why I’m doing this Moztei Shabbos.
Good Shabbos everyone!
( I wasn’t big on cheeseburgers anyway!)