Forum Replies Created
Hey we are in the middle of a story over here!?
Anyone want to continue?!
Yeah does anyone have a way to ask him?
I’m curious what he has to say about the Psak from the USDA study.
@Squeak do you really think most pizza is eaten as a snack??????
If you do how old are you? Just curious.
Well the questioner spoke about that he said
??? ??????? ??? ?? ??????? ????? ??? ??? ?? ????????.
Who’s your Rav?
How about people that don’t keep Taharas Hamishpacha? or eat Chametz on Pesach?
yeshiva guy45 thanks for the Biur Halacha I didn’t notice it! I don’t think it answers the question I can’t imagine the waiter is allowed to eat whatever he wants in the kitchen.
“He has his own food from the restaurant and he’s not eating with you.”
Even if he would get food from the restaurant it wouldn’t help if he didn’t have all the types of food he’s serving. Also I find it hard to believe that all waiters get free supper.
A tip won’t suffice see M”B for reason for Halacha.
Yeah but doesn’t the same reason apply to a waiter? What’s the difference?
Moderators can you delete this thread please! You don’t want people to learn how to circumvent filters through yeshivaworld!
“Yo Ruby come here boy!” Reuven turned around to see who was calling him. “Hey man you have a cig I can bum?” asked his friend Mo. “Sure thing buddy” said Reuven handing him his second to last cigarette.
Reuven and Mo made their way out of the pool hall to catch a Schmooze.
It was two years since Reuven left Yeshiva. The pool hall was Reuvens home away from home. Here he felt comfortable, nobody was judging him, and he was able to just be himself.
“Rivky” said Shmuel as soon as he got home from work, “can you come here please, there is something I would like to discuss with you.” “Tatty! No! I can’t discuss it! I can’t discuss anything! Talking about Shidduchim get’s me stressed out! Please don’t try to talk to me.” Rivky promptly turned around, rushed into her room, loudly shutting the door behind her.
Shmuel looked up to the ceiling and let out a deep sigh.
You have spyware on your computer
My heart goes out to you. Can’t you bribe him into telling? It’s Mamash a Sakanah for other kids, not to mention that there is always a possibility CH”V that he could try to strike your child again. It also might give your child more closure if he knows the molester is not around anymore.
“I’m not going to say this again sit in your seat and eat breakfast like a Mentch!” Shmuel slowly opened his eyes and squinted at the clock, 8:45 AM, oh no thought Shmuel I’m going to be late for Shachris and work. Shmuel’s morning was one big whirlwind of rushing, first rushing to shul, then to work he didn’t have a second to think about his conversation last night with the Rav.
Over supper, Shmuel promised himself, over supper I will discuss this with Chani and Rivky. With Hashem’s help IY”H everything will work out.
Shmuel knocked lightly on his Rav’s door. He really needed a listening ear. The Rebbetzin answered right away, “Why hello Rabbi Schwartz” said the Rebbetzin with a big wrinkly smile. Come right in the Rav will be able to see you in a few minutes. Shmuel let himself sink in to the brown worn out chair like he did so many times before. Shmuel felt himself relaxing already as he waited patiently for the Rav’s office door to open up.
Should have realized this would happen…..
They actually have a really good Ongoing story! Why don’t we have a YWN Ongoing story???? I volunteer to start it!
Shmuel stepped outside to get some fresh air. He just couldn’t handle the pressure. He thought back to when his kids were younger, those were the days, he thought to himself as he strolled down 12th Ave, no worries, enough money to pay the bills, no rebellious kids, but alas all good things have to come to an end .
Shmuel thought back to his conversation last night with Rivky, “it just doesn’t make sense for us to look for a learning boy for you”, Shmuel had said, “you know I can’t support, and besides with Reuven walking around the street like he is no Yeshivish a boy will even look at us!”
It hurt Shmuel to think back to Rivkys stricken face, it just makes me feel so inadequate thought Shmuel.
So am I correct in saying that nobody here thinks that pizza is mostly eaten fr a snack?
So what are we going to do about it?
How are we going to get people to start making Hamotzi on one slice?
Whose going to get the Bracha every Shabbos of “KOL ME SHEASKO BITZARCHEI TZIBUR BEEMUNA?
cmon sam2 stop hocking you know the mishna berurah is usually the final word
poppa – Also, I hold like that beur halacha which says it isn’t pas kisnim at all.
which one is that?
Sam2 – Klal Yisrael accepted the Mishna Berura’s Psak. This is what he says.
Also the fact that most people make Hamotzi on pizza bagels shows that the minhag to make Mezonos on pizza is not based on different Poskim (ie. the Taz) rather it’s bec. they think that people don’t eat it mostly for a meal.
I’ll tell you what’s funny in my opinion there is a Halacha that a husband and wife can not show Kirvah in public. It’s generally understood that they can’t hold hands in public. So why is this mutar?
Excuse me everyone. I think there is a big difference between decisions that could affect your whole life……
If you look at Rabbi Bodner’s sefer (Visen Bracha), he quotes from R’ Shlomo Zalman as follows. In E.Y. where people eat pizza just for Seuda purposes the Bracha is Hamotzi even on a drop, In America however where people sometimes eat it as a snack it depends on one’s Kavana (Meaning if your Kavana is for a seuda you make Hamotzi even on a drop,if your kavana is for a snack then you only have to make Hamotzi if you eat the Shiur Kovea Seuda) . I didn’t see the Teshuva from R’Moshe you mentioned, but it’s possible that that’s why he holds in America it’s Mezonos (bec. he holds eats mainly eaten for a snack) not bec. of the Shitas Hataz.
If you look in the last page of the sefer “vizos habracha” he brings 4 letters from poskim about it 1. Signed by the American Poskim (R’ Heinemann, R’ Belsky + which says it’s Hamotzi if you are Kovea Seudah on it 2.3.4 from R’ Elyashiv, R’ Nisim Kerelitz, R’ Vosner, which say Bipashtus even if you eat a drop it’s Hamotzi.
The basis for this is (seemingly) the M.B. in 168 17 which says that if something is generally eaten for the main meal it’s Hamotzi even if it has the conditions od pas habah bikisnin
Well I always say, he can tell me if the food could be better if I can tell him if I don’t like his tie.
Know what I mean anyone?
Like my kalah teacher taught me: Shalom Bayis is like a bird, if you hold it tightly it dies. If you hold it loosely, it flies. But if you hold it with care, It will remain with you for ever.