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I drive and I find it very useful; can’t imagine not driving. In fact when i got married I had a license while my husband only had a permit! So basically when he drove, he needed me in the car legally. It was quite comical, Baruch hashem, he has his license already.
Mrs. Beautiful, I agree with your point that it must be very hard to be the one collecting. I guess its something to keep in mind when someone knocks on ur door.
I dont see too many bucherim come around during the yr. it is mainly Purim, I think its very nice for boys to get involved in their yeshivos. After all there is a certain amount of thanks one owes to their place of learning.
As far as collecting for Yeshivos, in general we mostly get letters in the mail. We get lots of collecters by the door, I usually dont even know what they are going around for, they show a paper in hebrew which i usually cant read…we just usually give a certain set amount when pple come to our door.
Wow- this is so inspirational after reading and watching the UN, UK, French condenm ISreal for being to “harsh” How can we get the Lefties to read this. Can u get this into the NY Times?
i use a debit card which i find really great, since the money you spend comes right out of ur account, instead of spending and then getting a whopping bill at the end of the month..
I went to a camp but it closed down…not to omuch help huh?
I am really enjoying these jokes…Keep em comin!