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  • in reply to: Using an Image of A Rabbi for Shmira #1576857

    Moshe1994
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    It is 100% Avodah Zarah.

    in reply to: The Medina Shel Chesed #1461086

    Moshe1994
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    It’s an honor and a privilege to live in the second greatest country of all time. (Eretz Yisrael during Bayis Rishon and Sheni being first.)

    in reply to: Explaining to girls that only boys light the Chanukah Menorah #1430167

    Moshe1994
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    Women are allowed to light a Menorah. In fact, they should be encouraged to do so.

    in reply to: Old Earth #1428075

    Moshe1994
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    It’s important to know the information that scientists are presenting in order to properly debate them. For starters, according to scientists, the age of the Universe is around 14 billion years old, Earth around 4.5 billion. Modern humans (Homo Sapiens) according to them started between 200,000 – 300,000 years ago. Our Rabbonim and Frum Scientists should figure out a way to challenge their conclusions.

    in reply to: Yeshiva Boys Are Allowed To Wear Colored Shirts! #1404956

    Moshe1994
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    Gasp!… Chas V’Sholom.

    in reply to: Coin Collecting – Numismatics #1390023

    Moshe1994
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    My father inherited a coin collection of mostly ancient Jewish and Roman coins from my Grandfather. It’s worth around $120,000.

    in reply to: Struggling with Cholov Yisrael.. #1387348

    Moshe1994
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    I’m sorry for being impolite in my reply yesterday, I was in a bad mood.

    in reply to: Struggling with Cholov Yisrael.. #1385378

    Moshe1994
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    @rebyidd23, There is no Kosher Shrimp, Bacon, Cheeseburgers etc. ; therefore your point is moot.

    in reply to: Struggling with Cholov Yisrael.. #1385315

    Moshe1994
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    What is so hard with keeping Cholov Yisroel? If you can keep Kosher which is harder to keep(complex Halachos etc.), it should be a piece of cake keeping Cholov Yisroel. Also, there is a wide variety of CY products, so a lack of options is not an excuse either.

    in reply to: Why is hashem punishing the Caribbean islands? #1366770

    Moshe1994
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    The first sentence you wrote answered the question.

    in reply to: URGENT Hurricane Irma: What happens if your window breaks? #1358714

    Moshe1994
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    They should evacuate ASAP! This storm is probably the worst Hurricane to hit Florida in USA history.
    PS.. There is no advice to give them if they plan on staying…

    in reply to: Irma 🌀🌬🌩🌪🌊 #1352895

    Moshe1994
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    It’s 10+ days before any potential impact, which means it’s virtually impossible to know where Irma will go. That said, the Computer models I have been looking at, the GFS, ECMWF etc have been trending towards an out to sea track. (I’ll try to update later)

    in reply to: Are they faking their beliefs/identity?! #1347273

    Moshe1994
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    Joseph, you’re a direct descendant of Rashi? wow..

    in reply to: Openness about mental health #1329742

    Moshe1994
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    People are generally more sensitive about their emotional/spiritual health, than their physical health. Speaking from personal experience, I’m only willing to discuss my emotional issues with my parents or close friends.

    in reply to: New Sqaure #1329441

    Moshe1994
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    You said he is very religious, who cares if he is Litvish or Chassidish.

    in reply to: New Sqaure #1329435

    Moshe1994
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    So whats the problem?

    in reply to: cost of living for a young couple in lakewood #1325656

    Moshe1994
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    I can’t answer your question about the cost of living in Lakewood, but I do know that is virtually impossible for a woman without a degree to support a family on her own. People who live like this are setting themselves up for a financial disaster in the future R”L.


    Moshe1994
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    The Alcohol by volume (ABV) of Beer is generally between 4%-6%, the ABV of wine is 9%-16%. Your son would need to drink at least 6+ beers to get drunk. In other words drinking 1 beer once in a while is not a problem.

    in reply to: Israeli Frum Soldiers In Meah Shearim Shuls – Solution #1302068

    Moshe1994
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    @ Joseph I wouldn’t wear a punk rock t-shirt to Shul; but during the 2014 war in Gaza, I wore a Tzahal t-shirt under my davening jacket.


    Moshe1994
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    The answer is No to all 4 questions.

    in reply to: The God Squad #1292395

    Moshe1994
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    @ubiqutin Here I copied and pasted an article from the Jewish Journal about the founder of Open Orthodoxy “Rabbi” Avi Weiss.

    The Agudath Israel Council of Torah Sages has issued a statement suggesting that a New York rabbi should no longer be considered Orthodox because of his decision to ordain a woman.

    Last month, Rabbi Avi Weiss announced that one of his female students would now be known as rabba—a feminized version of rabbi—replacing her previous title of “maharat.” He declared in a statement that the name change “makes it clear that Sara Hurwitz is a full member of our rabbinic staff” at Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, a Modern Orthodox synagogue in the Bronx where he is the spiritual leader.

    The Agudath Israel council, comprised of leading haredi rabbis, declared in its statement Thursday that “these developments represent a radical and dangerous departure from Jewish tradition and the mesoras haTorah, and must be condemned in the strongest terms.” The statement, which was signed by 10 members of the council, added: “Any congregation with a woman in a rabbinical position of any sort cannot be considered Orthodox.”

    Hurwitz, who has served at the Hebrew Institute for nearly seven years, performs some rabbinic duties, but cannot perform others because of her gender, including acting as a witness, leading religious services and being counted in a minyan.

    In recent years, a handful of prominent mainstream Modern Orthodox synagogues have hired women for roles like Hurwitz’s, in which they carry out certain functions that historically were the sole domain of male rabbis, from offering guidance in spiritual or Jewish legal matters to teaching classes and delivering lectures.

    Agudath Israel spokesman Rabbi Avi Shafran said that the council’s objection to Hurwitz’s situation is that she is considered a “full member” of the rabbinic staff, in violation of the Orthodox value of “tzniut,” or modesty, for women.

    “Some of the roles intended for the ‘rabba’ are in fact roles that women even in the Haredi community have played for centuries, such as counseling and offering wise advice,” he said. “ Others, though, are not, especially those that thrust a woman into a public venue.”

    The council also objects, Shafran added, because any change in Orthodox norms must be backed by a “world-class Torah decisor,” and no such authority has lent his name to Wiess’s actions.

    Meanwhile, The New York Jewish Week is citing an unnamed source close to Weiss as saying that The Rabbinical Council of America, the Modern Orthodox rabbinical group, is considering kicking Weiss out of its organization. Like many members of the RCA, Weiss received his ordination from the Yeshiva University-affiliated Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary.

    in reply to: ANOTHER Ezras Nashim Horror Story?! #1292129

    Moshe1994
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    If this story is true, then they are a tremendous danger to our community and should be disbanded immediately.

    in reply to: Hated, Persecuted Minority 2 #1287400

    Moshe1994
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    in reply to: Emuna #1286109

    Moshe1994
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    Hi @mods could you make an exception for this link? http://www.aish.com/sp/ph/48950396.html?s=rab
    It’s from Aish.com. thanks

    in reply to: גהנום #1282792

    Moshe1994
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    Thank you @ Thinking out loud for the excellent explanation I really appreciate it.

    in reply to: Is Yiddish Holy? #1254467

    Moshe1994
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    The only holy languages are Lashon Kodesh (Hebrew) and Aramaic.

    in reply to: #1248176

    Moshe1994
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    For the record when I said you could make a 7% ROI, I meant ‘annually’ not monthly. Aymdock mentioned they use Forex trading, that is very risky ie. you can make a lot of money but you can lose a lot too. Considering that’s what Trade 24 does, I can’t recommend using them especially if you plan on investing all your money with them.

    in reply to: #1248156

    Moshe1994
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    The average ROI of stocks is around 7% (long term and if you invest wisely), 7% of $20,000 is $1,400. I strongly recommend getting a real job if you only have 20k in the bank.

    in reply to: shidduchim advice #1241642

    Moshe1994
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    My father is 9 years older than my mother, and they have been happily married for 24 years and counting.

    in reply to: Downside to gaming computer #1227715

    Moshe1994
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    The downside is money, Prebuilt systems are generally overpriced with low price-performance. If you link me the computer you’re looking at, I could tell you if it’s worth it.

    in reply to: Downside to gaming computer #1227713

    Moshe1994
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    That Depends on what you’re using it for, gaming or work?

    in reply to: Male hangers vs female hangers #1228493

    Moshe1994
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    Question, do you use a separate washing machine for men/women’s clothing?

    Answer: Probably not, the same idea applies to hangars, there is no special energy on them, ie. they are used by both genders with no problem.

    in reply to: Male hangers vs female hangers #1228489

    Moshe1994
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    Purim question, or serious?

    in reply to: Bachurim/yungeleit wearing sweaters #1222167

    Moshe1994
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    Wait another week before asking this question it’s not Purim yet…(No there is nothing wrong with wearing a blue sweater)

    in reply to: What age to start smoking #1222842

    Moshe1994
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    The origin of the Minhag to say “you should live to 120!” Was because Moshe Rabbeinu lived till 120.

    in reply to: What age to start smoking #1222837

    Moshe1994
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    @ Meno I said that you should tell them to take a “Deep” puff, by doing that it significantly reduces the chance they will like it. (btw I wasn’t being serious)

    in reply to: What age to start smoking #1222829

    Moshe1994
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    I’d say 6 years old, give them a cigarette and tell them to take a deep puff… I guarantee they will never smoke again their entire life. 🙂

    in reply to: Video of Throwing Towels #1205961

    Moshe1994
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    @prosemgirls -@Pro Jews- after reading Moshe1994’s response, I agree with you. I am pained to see such virulent negativity on a Jewish site.

    I think (hope) you meant virulent rationality.

    in reply to: Video of Throwing Towels #1205950

    Moshe1994
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    If it puts pressure on these fools to stop this “Minhag” then it’s 100% beneficial.

    in reply to: Pilot Drops Dead #1204818

    Moshe1994
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    Source, from Quora:

    When one pilot dies their place is taken either by another pilot traveling as a passenger or by a cabin crew member who assists the other pilot with check lists and other tasks. Many cabin crew members are either pilots’ themselves or have had some training for this kind of emergency. In addition, they are known to the company and so they can be trusted.

    in reply to: Have we argued enough about Chanukah? #1206019

    Moshe1994
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    Hmm baking cookies very Goyish…

    in reply to: CIA #1199627

    Moshe1994
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    Under the CIA’s current leadership, yes.

    in reply to: Pearl Harbor Day #1197419

    Moshe1994
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    @LU What do you mean by “our heroes” and why can’t American soldiers especially the ones that liberated us from the holocaust be included in that category?

    in reply to: Photoshopping tznius #1194867

    Moshe1994
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    Apparently, we’re more Frum than the legendary Alter Heim.

    in reply to: "Aliyah day" is a Zionist scam #1192323

    Moshe1994
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    Why does this sicko have a voice on Yeshiva World!?

    I often delete but since it is only the three of you I thought I would let it through and see if you had anything to say. Even just to say not to bother. Sometimes a good response makes a stronger point

    in reply to: "Aliyah day" is a Zionist scam #1192317

    Moshe1994
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    The Neturei Karta desire the destruction of the State of Israel, and allow the Arabs to take control; with the logic of better that Arabs run the country than secular Jews. If C”V something like that happened it would be 1492 all over again with a mass expulsion of the Jews R”L

    in reply to: "Aliyah day" is a Zionist scam #1192311

    Moshe1994
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    Kj chusid: That’s not true “true Torah Jews” is satmar run and operated,not to C”V lessen the goodness of Neturei Karta but there 2 seperate things

    Do you Support the Neturei Karta!?

    in reply to: Advice: PowerPoint Question #1191861

    Moshe1994
    Participant

    Microsoft PowerPoint support:

    (copied from the website)

    Play music for the duration of your slide show

    Applies To: PowerPoint 2016 PowerPoint 2013

    To play a song in the background of your slide show, do the following:

    On the Insert tab, select Audio, and then Audio on My PC.

    In the file explorer, locate the music file you want to use and then select Insert.

    On the Playback tab, select Play in Background.

    Play music in the background

    TIP: If you want to use music from the web, download it to your PC before you use it in a presentation.

    Do you want to play multiple songs across multiple slides?

    link removed and replaced with the info

    in reply to: Will President Trump Pardon Rubashkin? #1191644

    Moshe1994
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    I agree 100% that 27 years in jail is way to much time, and is completely anti Semitic. But considering the nature of the crime he is accused of, I don’t think Trump will pardon him.

    in reply to: Will President Trump Pardon Rubashkin? #1191642

    Moshe1994
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    Quoting Wikipedia;

    On May 12, 2008, the FBI and Department of Homeland Security agents raided the plant and arrested 389 workers who lacked documentation. At that time, it was the largest raid into a workplace in the United States.

    On October 30, 2008, one day after the Iowa labor commissioner fined Agriprocessors $10 million for wage violations, Rubashkin was arrested on federal conspiracy charges of harboring illegal immigrants and aiding and abetting aggravated identity theft. Federal officials claimed that Rubashkin intentionally helped illegal workers obtain false documentation. After making an initial court appearance, he was released the same day on $1 million appearance bond after agreeing to wear an ankle monitor that tracks his movement, to limit his travel to northern Iowa, and to surrender his and his wife’s passports.

    Considering these facts it’s unlikely that Trump will pardon him.

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