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  • in reply to: Simple Chumash/Rashi shiur #2015755
    ruvain
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    chabad.org Rabbi Gordon

    in reply to: Taking bets re Israel’s government #1983222
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    Ill put my money on somewhere between Tisha Buv and Rosh Hoshannah

    in reply to: Sidney Powell admits she lied #1960142
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    LOCK HER UP. Reminds me of the story of a man who went to his Rabbi and told he me made accusations on a business man and wanted to make things right. The Rabbi told him to get a feather pillow and to tear it open. He did and the feathers went everywhere. The Rav told the man to retreive the feathers Its a shame that the stupid minions continue to believe the garbage these people peddeled

    in reply to: Andrew Yang Mayor 2021? #1947521
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    He is a very intellegent and insightful young man, however, he is anti-QTrumplican so yall will criticize everything he says and does. If you need candidates and can wait 2 years there will be plenty of regular republicans looking for jobs from Georgia. THey actually have a little bit of integrity and emplthy too.

    in reply to: Democrats are scared of trump! #1943415
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    This is just too too funny. Picture Mishna times……. A Rav runs around the land spreading false and unproven rulings using proof that he got from his daughters midwifes 2nd cousins washerwooman, These claims were thrown out of every Bes Din due to lack of reliable documentation, yet this Rav continues to spread the false rulings. Or maybe a current Rabbi telling his congregation to follow inaccurate Halacha that had been dismissed by every Beis DIn. Instead of dismissing facts and rulings by the courts, the unlearned, nieve and ignorant blind followers continue to spread these unsubstantiated rumours as if they were the law of the land. THere was a movie years ago where women were brainwashed by subliminal messages in the hair dryers while they were at the beauty shop. I see this has been changed now to some shuls and Kiddish because it is obvious that too may people had bad kool-aid at Kiddish. I would suggest the Reb Eliezer and Gadolhtorah do some Gemorrah classes for the COffee Room and explain in simple terms that you have to have LEGITIMATE proof about what you spread. Then they can go around taking the false orange idols out of their house of the minions . And if you want to know how scared the democrats of this crazy man, ask Raphael Warnock or JOn Ossof. After this man ruins the Republican Party in the 2022 elections, gets embarrassed in the courts and is proven as a fraud. lets see how many of you continue to see him as a profit or realize that he is what he is.

    in reply to: President Donald J. Trump: A Modern Day Alexander the Great #1930373
    ruvain
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    I see they serving Kool_Aid at Kiddish again.

    in reply to: Affinity for Donald Trump #1918768
    ruvain
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    when you use the phrase “frum” do you mean Shomer Shabbos? If so, doesnt that disqualify the “frum people in the west wing?

    in reply to: how the frum olam voted #1917551
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    gadolhatorah speakest the truth. Keep on keepin on and telling it like it is

    in reply to: Trump Endorsing White Supremacists #1905972
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    I really have to wonder what some of these people did on yontif. They obvously did not read the prayers nor did they get anything from the liturgy they read. It looks like some of these people attended services that were led by a Rabbi not with a white kittel but with a white hood. Is there now a White Supremacists Shul now? Sounds like there is a new movememt. WHen the Proud Boys come by your Succah carrying tikee tourches make sure you invite them in with open arms and make sure you drink the kool-aid they are offering you.

    in reply to: Help Trump speak about coronavirus. #1874256
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    He can say that he had a good response and the dog ate it. After all, he can say anything and then say he never said it, or thats not what he meant, or its fake news. When he tells yall to drink the kool-aid. make sure you get a double. Lachaim.

    in reply to: A Vote for Dems is a vote for ANTIFA #1869524
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    could we also learn from thise that a vote for Republicans is a vote for David Duke and Steve King

    in reply to: Say “NO” To Trump’s Peace Plan #1869417
    ruvain
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    Defend Chabad: Very Very well said and very very true

    in reply to: Frum Running For Congress as a Dem #1868506
    ruvain
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    But putting somebody to death without a witness or proper evidence is ok.

    in reply to: Has trump finally snapped? #1855744
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    The comments speak for themselves. When he said he could shoot somebody on the street and his supporters would still support him, he spoke the truth. When he is caught telling mistruths, the Trumpsters explain it with either:: he never said it, it was fake news, he didnt mean it …he was just joking, he is good for Israel or all of the above.

    in reply to: If you vote democrat #1833385
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    the pro lifers have such a big deal with abortions but dont have a problem putting people to death without witnesses nor proper evidence. Hmmmmmmmmmmm.

    in reply to: Colonoscopy prep #1796439
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    That drink isnt so awlful. It wont be nearly as bad as you think.

    in reply to: Maybe I Just Shouldn't Say Kaddish? #1101272
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    Either the Rav or someone in the shul should say something to the speedsters. In my congregation, my Rav tells people saying Kaddish to slow down if someone has Kaddish and davens not so fast as to not embarrass them and allow them to say a proper Kaddish.

    in reply to: Shul's Nusach or the Kahal's Nusach? #1091278
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    On the subject of davening from the ohmed, if the congregation has a particular siddur, should someone davening from the ohmed be allowed to use a different siddur (for example using artscroll instead of a Chabad siddur)?

    in reply to: An Israeli #1042498
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    I too had a similar experience. I was on my way to the airport in Israel in a a taxi. The driver told me he was not religious. During our conversation I told him I had never married. He pulled over the taxi to the side of the road, put on a kippah and pulled out a siddur and said a bracha for me to find a shidduch.

    in reply to: Have you even been a juror? #1033198
    ruvain
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    I had federal jury duty several years. I found it very facinating. It was a bank robbery trial and while i felt the person charged was probably guilty, i listened to the judge who said to vote guilty you had to be sure beyond the shadow of the doubt. The first vote was fairly even, and as the jurors began to state their opinions, i changed my vote. Listen to your fellow jurors and their reasons.

    in reply to: Please sign pro-Israel petition #1023280
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    I signed it about 10 hours and sent the conformation back. My initials still dont show up.

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