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  • in reply to: What If You Don't Remember? #991946
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    WIY- if it is a valid oneis then that’s it you are patur

    What if it is not a valid oneis?

    in reply to: What If You Don't Remember? #991944
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    WIY- Let’s say something unusual happened that day which turned your whole day into a fog.

    in reply to: Where can I buy a Roche hat (bent-up) in Yerushalayim? #991563
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    My guess would be that ferster in geulah probably carries some

    in reply to: Everyone Must Answer: What Is YOUR Favorite Dish (food) #1184453
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    OOH you’re tantalizing me.

    in reply to: Psychopath or Sociopath? #992106
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    I don’t think the psychopath needs to be antisocial.

    in reply to: What If You Don't Remember? #991941
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    i.e.- Didn’t remember if he ate Milk & Meat, Made Kiddush Fri Night, Davened Shacharis, Put on Tefillin…

    in reply to: Everyone Must Answer: What Is YOUR Favorite Dish (food) #1184451
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    Shopping- Do you seriously think that you’re the only one who loves a certain food?

    in reply to: ??? ?????? ???? ?????? ???? #992466
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    Funny!

    in reply to: The Jewish Donut Problem #991558
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    Where is haifagirl when we need her most??

    in reply to: Everyone Must Answer: What Is YOUR Favorite Dish (food) #1184449
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    funnybone What’s yours, pixelate?

    I don’t know what my favorite dish is called. I had it in KD, and it was something like steamed chicken with vegetables, with a really good sauce. and rice.

    in reply to: Are You A Killer Sociopath? (Riddle) #991568
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    Because she wanted to meet with this guy again.

    in reply to: Where is __________ #996016
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    in reply to: What's your favorite Chanukah song? #991511
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    Light up the nights, by MBC

    in reply to: Brooklyn Bakery vs. ??? #991040
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    Its a good bakery vi-sa-vis all the other Israeli bakeries. They have normal stuff (except for the custard). Apparently they know of other shapes besides the rectangle, unlike the israelis, and they don’t have that urge to throw sesame seeds around the entire bakery.

    in reply to: Driftwood #987467
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    this question sounds like it came off the LSATs

    in reply to: Why are they so into Burberry in Williamsburg? #986746
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    I doubt LAB knows much about what he’s talking about. 15 1/2 is mainly the neck size, so by suggesting to go down to a 14 1/2 Express, clearly, POSTER, he wants your husband to choke. If you want to get a taste of LAB’s own preferred style, it is extra slim shirt that is flush with flat-front pants, and you have to walk stiffly to keep the starch on and nothing showing.

    in reply to: Info on BMG #984902
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    why is bris milah so controversial?

    it is not. most males happen to be circumcised.

    what about the chassid who became a muslim terrorist?

    a flippin rarity

    why did someone need to write a book about rescuing jewish kids who were brainwashed by christian cults

    Nowadays, no one goes off because of philosophical indoctrination. it is the lure of culture.

    in reply to: Info on BMG #984896
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    vogue-To me a learner earner is either pursuing a degree or certificate or at least having some sort of white collar job other than being a rabbi.

    I disagree. what’s wrong with a blue collar job?

    many people who are not frum choose not to be religious because of the chillul Hashem that the amount of us on welfare causes

    That is not true. you see, being frum has no connection to welfare. Learning full time may, but much less than being black has to do with welfare.

    in reply to: Info on BMG #984892
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    There aren’t any rules for the wives. Just, the guy has to be a good learner to get in because there is a very hard oral acceptance test on gemara. and good learners usually marry people from their own sphere ex, have no connection to secular culture (do not have TVs and dress very modestly) however there are many exceptions.

    I know people in Lakewood that have 9-5 jobs, or are in college and at the same time learn at yeshiva for night seder. There are also night seder programs for those types of people.

    in reply to: BTL #985350
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    What are the prerequisites for

    /Business school

    /Medical School

    /Law school

    ?

    in reply to: Lifting pinky up during hagba #984839
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    This is one of those things that has no known halachik source.

    Do away with it?

    It is too widespread a minhag for some 21st century rabbi to do away with it.

    However, this is my theory: Chazal say that whenever it says ‘??’ or ‘???’, it connotes something that is able to be tangibly pointed at. it is of my opinion that pointing with the pinky is the most deferential way of doing that to the revered Torah and saying ???? ?????…

    in reply to: Henry #991417
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    OP

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    (on Internet forums, message boards, comment pages, etc.) original post (or poster).

    in reply to: The Crook Carpet Cleaner #984187
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    yaakovdoe- Did he do a good job and was the final cost of $500 a fair price for the job?

    He did do a good job, but not good enough for 500 dollars. My neighbor, who has the same exact layout as me, (including radiators which is why the guy said he charged more) got the same job a year earlier for $400 from a professional company!

    My brother told me he also reported him to the BBB, but once the guy called to offer a full refund, I asked my brother to withdraw the claim. but i did not acknowlrdge I had anything to do with the posts.

    in reply to: ????? ???? ?????óJoin the Cherem! #984153
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    you can skip shkalim and still make a siyum on shas when the cycles over

    in reply to: Tzitzis in or Tzitzis out? #984364
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    Sam2- Many Achronim quote the Magen Avraham to wear it out (he uses a powerful language, “Why should we be embarrassed of Mitzvas Hashem”).

    I think your confusing that with bris mila. (I mean it seriously).

    in reply to: Am I Smart Enough for Law School? #984536
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    popa, why does the 3rd choice have better prospects.

    are you saying grades don’t matter?

    in reply to: Talmud DVD #983760
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    what is that>?

    in reply to: Would you intervene or let nature run its course? #988523
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    if you were a vegetarian and you saw someone about to eat meat, would you intervene?

    eating eggs are a form of abortion

    there is a larger picture here. chickens are never dressed alive, and surely never had the joy of smoking.

    after they kill pigs, they feed them an apple.

    so there is the afterlife

    (kudos to Amelia bedilia &the avenged sevenfold band)

    in reply to: When is Rosh Chodesh? #984827
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    2 Days

    Sunday, November 3rd & Monday, November 4th

    in reply to: UNREAL: BoroParkScoop.com Has Eye-Popping Story #983633
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    mcgonnegal

    in reply to: Song Lyrics #1155242
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    gee, thanx.

    in reply to: Song Lyrics #1155239
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    can anyone tell me where these lyrics are from

    generations of song

    sing loud, sing strong

    in reply to: Shidduchim Jokes Ver. 18.24 #1002704
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    yeah, sounds right

    in reply to: NeutiquamErro's favorite thread with an obscure title #1147232
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    and i am harry potter.

    in reply to: Magic #982523
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    Bookworm- huh?

    in reply to: Magic #982519
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    seminary help- they made a table move.

    Also, if you dont talk on Shavous night, you get ruach hakodesh for the year. – not really magic but still cool!

    Don’t beleive any of that.

    in reply to: Sean Hannity Leaving Cumulus #982063
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    Well yes, there is a reason that Oreilly is the highest rated cable show.

    But as far as radio, Michael savage is already the highest rated

    on internet, and thinks he can take over Rush Limbaugh for the top spot on radio. and most people think he’s cuckoo.

    in reply to: Shidduchim Jokes Ver. 18.24 #1002702
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    Elenor Roosevelt had a very good line about women and teabags. I forgot it, but feel free to look it up and post it.

    in reply to: If Jewish writers are so good, why don't they publish secular? #983533
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    akuperma- There is no “inherent” quality in literature other than what the readers will pay for.

    The art of writing should be an “inherent quality” of literature.

    There is hardly such a thing as light reads in jewish publishing

    in reply to: Magic #982512
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    strawberry- shoots! i knew didn’t look right with a jay

    in reply to: A Certain Senator #981858
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    He couldn’t become prez w/ a goat

    or in a boat

    in a house

    or with a mouse

    in reply to: Tefillin Gemach in Monsey? #981851
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    chabad

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    Avi K- Rav Kook (Misped b’Yerushalayim) apparently held that Herzl, or perhaps the Zionist movement in general, was Mashiach Ben Yosef

    Please don’t make things up.

    in reply to: What is a cattle prod? #1061981
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    A cattle prod, also called a stock prod, is a handheld device commonly used to make cattle or other livestock move by striking or poking them, or in the case of a Hot-Shot-type prod, through a relatively high-voltage, low-current electric shock.

    in reply to: Latest Arrests In Flatbush & Monsey #981420
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    sam2- And it doesn’t cost upwards of 60K to do that.

    Let us see how this plays out and what exactly are the charges and defense before we besmirch these rabbis’ stellar character based on preliminary media reports

    and to be frank, whatever the issue is, i wouldn’t bank my money on the media, and surely not the fbi.

    the only thing that concerns us at this point is betzedek tishpot et amitecha.

    in reply to: Latest Arrests In Flatbush & Monsey #981415
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    sam2- what does Ma’us Alay mean? for justification to force apart a marriage which may be ameliorated with counsel.

    But If the Halacha of the rabbis conduct is sound, what this is turns into a Kiddush Hashem!

    the talk show hosts need not galvanize the masses over sharia law, look no further than their back yard.

    I wonder what they do in Israel, where the bet din has court status.,?

    as far as i’m comcerned Epstien, Walmark, these guys are heroes. RockStars

    The biggest tragedy of it all was Mr. Gestetner, a self proclaimed ”spokesman for Rockland county” poking his head into interviews to be broadcasted nationally. calling the actions ‘disgusting…’ and more. um who r u? do u know an iota of halacha to even open your mounth? what an arrogant arrogant person

    my advice:

    1) find the car key (from the bunch)

    2) get back in your black tinted suburban, turn off the lights

    3) and keep ur mouth shut

    just crazy

    in reply to: Packing for yomtov #975496
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    Building Succah, Cooking, Baking, Cleaning, Washing, Cleaning some more.

    ___________________________________________________________________________

    Packing.

    Hmmm.

    in reply to: Why Do People Speak This Way? #1008416
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    live right- You’re post really hit home. (lol streak)

    in reply to: Sandy Koufax and Yom Kippur #975076
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    akuperma- Sandy Koufax was not brought up religious. I’m not saying he was a Lamed Vav tzaddik, but he did Sacrifice part of his life’s passion and fame for the last remnant of his Jewishness, and I think that is laudable.

    in reply to: Good speakers for a yeshiva bochur #976427
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    There are many types of yeshivos. you have to be more specific

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