Shimon Nodel

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  • in reply to: What is the real reason for banning Jews from Israel? #2019945
    Shimon Nodel
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    And how can I make ‘aliyah’ if I can’t even visit? You have a shidduch, job, and dira set up for me? There actually is someone who I was supposed to go out with but couldn’t because I can’t go there.

    Anonymous, I don’t care how many machers you know who were able to get in. I don’t have any relatives there. I haven’t found a way to enter.
    You just don’t care about yenem, so it doesn’t bother you in the slightest as long as your friends are able to go.

    Aaq, then why are Israelis allowed to come and go as they please? And I had covid and two vaccines. If you truly believe they are justified, then you are in the same kitah as those עריצים.
    (And of course visiting Eretz Yisrael is a privilege, but it is not their right to decide who gets that privilege. They are gazlanim. Apparently, you have a thing for thieves.)

    in reply to: What is the real reason for banning Jews from Israel? #2019740
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    And are you foolish enough to justify not allowing Jews into Israel because they can make aliyah? I didn’t realize soviet era communism was back in style!

    in reply to: What is the real reason for banning Jews from Israel? #2019711
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    How can you make aliyah if you can’t even visit? Do you hear yourself? You expect people to immediately apply for citizenship without preparing?

    in reply to: Donald trump #2019577
    Shimon Nodel
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    Avira, are you the Rabbi of anshei kurfufel?

    in reply to: Donald trump #2019555
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    The name is terrible. Truth social sounds like a tacky 90s chat room. I give it two weeks max

    in reply to: HaToirah Chosa al MeMoinam Shel Yisroel #2019557
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    I don’t think gold is good thing to safeguard your money. Demand for gold will decrease in case of a financial meltdown. Guns and ammo, now that’s something valuable

    in reply to: Two groaners #2019092
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    How do you know the bnei Yisrael had sport cars in the midbar?

    Vayishb mimenu CHEVY

    in reply to: Behavior during nuchem availim #2019091
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    My great grandfather and his brother actually did marry two sisters! 😄 true story

    in reply to: Behavior during nuchem availim #2018681
    Shimon Nodel
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    Nisht,

    You’re part of the problem. That’s all I need to say here

    in reply to: HaToirah Chosa al MeMoinam Shel Yisroel #2018295
    Shimon Nodel
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    Nu, just bet against the market as a hedge. Buy some put options to bet against the sp500 and calls on the vxx. Problem solved.

    in reply to: Behavior during nuchem availim #2018218
    Shimon Nodel
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    Syag, I’m glad I missed the boat. I wouldn’t want to be stuck on it with you! (Jk)

    in reply to: HaToirah Chosa al MeMoinam Shel Yisroel #2018216
    Shimon Nodel
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    Because there’s no cholam in chasa. It’s two kematzim. It’s a rashi in chumash. I think it’s a gemara too. The quote is in past tense. I think it’s from parshas metzora when the cohen tells the baal habayis to remove his belongings before he is declares the house tamei

    in reply to: Behavior during nuchem availim #2018210
    Shimon Nodel
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    Avirah, it’s called illusory superiority. It was very popular in Germany. The maaleh isn’t with you, it’s with CS. He’s able to observe objectively.

    in reply to: Behavior during nuchem availim #2018197
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    Syag, because knowing a lot of Torah or being iluyish doesn’t equate to being a talmid chacham. Anyone can be a rosh yeshiva too. That doesn’t automatically make you chashuv. Some people just want to be rebbish and caught up in the hock with their elite chevrah. That’s their simchas hachaim apparently..

    Really, the best thing to do in the beis avel is to shut your mouth unless you pick up a que that the avel wants to hear from you.

    in reply to: Planes over Jerusalem #2018023
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    Ujm,

    You should’ve been there to be mekayem mechiyas amalek

    in reply to: Singers Zelle or PayPal #2017241
    Shimon Nodel
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    Tov..

    in reply to: Singers Zelle or PayPal #2017205
    Shimon Nodel
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    Mods, what was wrong with my comment? I’m saying I don’t believe Avirah. I don’t trust him to reliably quote sources because he’s been misquoting them too many times. Also, he’s shown how krum he can be regarding any subject under the sun. Is there something wrong with any of that?

    Yes, the way you said it was unacceptable.

    in reply to: Singers Zelle or PayPal #2017168
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    Avirah,

    So you’re pro gneivah now? Sign me up!

    in reply to: goyishe books #2017159
    Shimon Nodel
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    Eidel, so don’t ever read any books. Problem solved. Am I wrong?

    in reply to: Singers Zelle or PayPal #2017153
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    Also, who said anything about software? We’re talking music. MOO – ZIK

    in reply to: bums? or finding their own path? #2017149
    Shimon Nodel
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    Shudda wudda cudda

    in reply to: Planes over Jerusalem #2017141
    Shimon Nodel
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    Nope

    in reply to: Singers Zelle or PayPal #2017012
    Shimon Nodel
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    Aaq,
    Books are already very different from music. They are tangible

    in reply to: Singers Zelle or PayPal #2017010
    Shimon Nodel
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    Ujm,
    YouTube music has almost every song that exists, including every Jewish song you can think of. The artists upload their music or someone else will

    Shimon Nodel
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    He was trying to be a sanegor Yisrael. He died because of it. We can assume he made it to gan eden

    in reply to: goyishe books #2016974
    Shimon Nodel
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    Avirah, I read goyish books for chochma, but I read it here and there and another there. So am I over the allowed quantity?

    in reply to: ADHD can be an expression of the creative mind #2016913
    Shimon Nodel
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    I have ADHD. It’s not a disorder. Everyone else has a disorder! I’m so much more brilliant than them.

    in reply to: Singers Zelle or PayPal #2016919
    Shimon Nodel
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    This debate is not so relevant anymore. I personally have a subscription to YouTube music.

    But I remember back when it was hot topic. I downloaded anything I wanted because it is totally mutar. Intellectual property is a modern phenomenon.

    in reply to: goyishe books #2016714
    Shimon Nodel
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    If you think reading goyish books is a problem, then you can’t read the articles from YWN that are posted from the AP. Why should articles be different than books?

    in reply to: goyishe books #2016708
    Shimon Nodel
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    Don’t read any books. Simple. You’ll turn out just great!

    in reply to: who started kiruv? #2014872
    Shimon Nodel
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    Kiruv is for everyone. You don’t necessarily need to be looking for people to be mekarev. By living al kiddush Hashem every moment, you never know what you can accomplish.
    My mother a”h was a teacher in public school. People used to ask her annoying questions about being Jewish (mostly goyim) all the time, and she would never lose her patience and always answered anything they asked.
    Once, a frum lady introduced herself and asked if she remembered her. She did not. She said that she used to be her coworker, and that her answering her questions inspired her to become a baalas teshuva. Now she has a frum family because of some seemingly innocuous questions and answers.

    in reply to: will china do our next holocaust #2014871
    Shimon Nodel
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    They might cause a nuclear holocaust..
    I hear they thrilled about Israel though

    in reply to: seminary again… #2014870
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    Try the Mir, I hear it’s very difficult to get accepted..

    in reply to: Are movies ok? #2014814
    Shimon Nodel
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    The Frisco Kid starring Harrison Ford is probably one of the very few kosher movies. It might be just one big leitzunes show, but it’s hardly treif. Truth is that movies shouldn’t be a problem THEORETICALLY.

    Practically, it’s nearly impossible to have one that’s mamash ok.
    And to know if a movie is ok in the first place, someone would have to be the korban to test it for everyone else.
    Asur or not, it’s not ratzon Hashem for certain. And if you’re learning full time, it’s a for sure a complete stirah.

    (Actually, I just remembered a couple of not so parve moments in the Frisco Kid. So I guess there might not be any kosher movies afterall..)

    in reply to: Random funny jokes! #2013912
    Shimon Nodel
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    My great great uncle had a parrot he trained to insult his neighbor (true story)

    in reply to: i want my son to start shiduchim #2013690
    Shimon Nodel
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    I’m not sure if you’re serious or not. 16 is kind of young to start. If you’re trying to convince anyone to start, I would say start to find a good match. Then present the idea to him after you already know a little about the girl. This way, maybe you can get him excited and interested. If that doesn’t work out, you can use that as a way to really show your point of how difficult it can be to find a good shidduch and how long it takes.

    If this doesn’t interest him in the slightest, then he obviously does not want to get married at all right now, so there’s no point in pushing.

    in reply to: Keeping shabbos #2013545
    Shimon Nodel
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    Are you asking for a friend or a ‘friend?’

    in reply to: what is the meaning of life #2013544
    Shimon Nodel
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    Nothing you see is real. You don’t exist.

    in reply to: Should Firetrucks be red? #2012718
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    Pink..?

    in reply to: Kayin builds a city #2012723
    Shimon Nodel
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    There were probably billions of people before the mabul. It’s also very possible they had technology and futuristic cities and were more advanced than we are today

    in reply to: Random funny jokes! #2012712
    Shimon Nodel
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    President Biden, Putin, a priest, and a rabbi are on plane. The plane is going down, but there are only three parachutes. Putin immediately grabs one and jumps before anyone can blink twice. The rabbi states emphatically that the president deserves the next parachute. Biden accepts and jumps. The priest then says to the rabbi “you can have the last parachute, I’m prepared to meet my maker.” The rabbi replies, “well actually father, there’s no need. You see.. Biden just grabbed my tallis!”

    in reply to: Worried about shidduchim #2012704
    Shimon Nodel
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    Send me your resume, I’ll go out with you 😁
    (I might be too old for though, I’m 27)

    in reply to: What do women do in Gan Eden? #2011948
    Shimon Nodel
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    Tov. I’m glad you time traveled there and back. How’s the shidduch crisis solved in yemos hamashiach?

    in reply to: What do women do in Gan Eden? #2011891
    Shimon Nodel
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    Death is like gerushin. The marriage is severed when one spouse dies. Perhaps people will remarry, Perhaps not..

    Ich veis nisht

    in reply to: What do women do in Gan Eden? #2011817
    Shimon Nodel
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    There are no singular genders in shamayim. A neshama is a neshama

    in reply to: What do women do in Gan Eden? #2011816
    Shimon Nodel
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    You bichlal have no clue what is gan eden

    in reply to: What do women do in Gan Eden? #2011815
    Shimon Nodel
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    Dumb. Question.

    in reply to: chinuch and discipline nowadays #2010970
    Shimon Nodel
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    Look what happened to Adoniyahu

    in reply to: Yiddishkeit Issues #2010969
    Shimon Nodel
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    Also tell him that Torah is actually very very easy to keep. The thing that is a real challenge is arayos. Everything else is super easy if you think about it

    in reply to: Yiddishkeit Issues #2010968
    Shimon Nodel
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    Tell him that changing his mind won’t bend reality. The Torah remains regardless if you pretend otherwise

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