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  • in reply to: Teaching Individual Responsibility #2012660
    Sarah S
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    I find it ironic and somewhat hilarious that you are bringing up the topic of individual responsibility. You’re the number one proponent of the party that believes in blaming everyone and everything else for lack of education, poverty, crime etc. The Biden administration and its adherents never place responsibility on those individuals who choose to have multiple children out of wedlock, with no father in the home, no work ethic, murder rates that rival major wars, public schools that provide no actual schooling, etc. predominantly in cities that have been run into the ground by members of the Democrat party that you admire so much. It’s all because of racism….how can you expect a non-white person to be responsible to return a library book on time? After all, time constraints are a construct of white supremacy. Uh oh, Gadol, looks like you need to go back to re-education school so you will no longer think that anyone is responsible for anything, unless you’re white of course. Then you’re responsible for enslavement and living off the backs of black and brown people.

    in reply to: What Are the Causes of Canon Printer Not Printing Black? #1999316
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    White supremacy

    in reply to: Jimmy Carter’s 75th Anniversary #1990857
    Sarah S
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    Same thing I wished last year….enjoy your eternal stay in gehinom with all the other Israel haters… b’karov be”H

    in reply to: Biden tries to claim credit for cease-fire between Israel and Hamas #1975996
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    In what religion is he “obviously a very religious man and is not ashamed to say so.”? The religion of abortion, deviant relationships, funding of Iran and terrorism, protection of Rashanta Tlaib and her fellow behaimos, etc.? If so, then I agree with you. He is extremely adherent to the religion of “progressive” liberalism and destruction of everything this once great nation stood for.

    in reply to: Toras Chaim #1966082
    Sarah S
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    Which one? There are many yeshivos with that name….

    in reply to: If Trump does win, how would you react…? #1921631
    Sarah S
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    Let me know where to zelle you the money for your ticket. You can join all the other Hollywood losers who threatened to leave the good old USA last time Mr. Trump won. Don’t let the door hit you on your way out!

    in reply to: If Trump does win, how would you react…? #1921586
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    Probably say Hallel, because it would be a neis guloi, just like his first election. Also, would apply for a license for weaponry to protect my family from the insane facist antifa mob and all the wackos that will be given the freedom to destroy, loot, and riot by all the demonrat governors.

    in reply to: Just for laughs… #1903564
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    Not funny. Don’t quit your day job. How about a Biden mask that you wear only when you are alone in your basement and are being interviewed via Zoom or that you wear when you are waving to NOBODY after you deplane. It’s called the Senile Plagarizer Mask. At least 200 million Americans will buy it….oh no they can’t. They’re already dead from Covid.

    in reply to: Minorities that are Pro – Trump #1898421
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    To RE – Not all religious Jews…only the ones that have a clue and brain cells that function!!!

    in reply to: Anybody else suffering After Recovering From the Covid-19 #1878737
    Sarah S
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    I had many of the symptoms after my son came home from Lakewood when they closed BMG. My son had symptoms about 2 days after he came home but they were only testing front line people so he never got tested.. had classic symptoms though.. I started feeling weird with hoarseness, heavy limbs, fogginess before Pesach but my doctor said they weren’t giving out tests and I should just take it easy. I made Pesach with the help of my recovered son who BH had mild symptoms. I started having tightness and burning in my chest and was terrified to go to sleep at night. I would tell myself that I had to do teshuva in case it was my time to go. I was so scared of going to the hospital that I toughed it out at home with a pulse oximeter that I got from hatzalah. Since then, the beginning of April and now it’s the beginning of July, I am only NOW feeling more normal. Everytime I thought I was better i would be exhausted again from doing too much. Then I developed something called costochondritis which is an inflammation of the upper chest. I’m still on medication for that although it’s definitely improving BH. Other than this mageifa I am healthy 61 years young, but I’m not sure I’ll ever fully recover emotionally or physically. I’m worn out….

    in reply to: A Possible Explanation #1853510
    Sarah S
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    We don’t have neveim. Thats all. Nobody can know why. The explanation that most resonates with me is that we are supposed to take this time when we are forced to be alone to look inside ourselves and see what we as individuals are doing wrong. So much easier to point at others….sheitel too long, talks in shul, talks loshon hora, fancy wedding etc., than to search for the chometz in ourselves. Be dan l’zchus others and do teshuva yourself…every second of life that HKBH has given you.

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