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jewish feminist, I’m not sure if you’re right technically–anyone who is oiveir an aveirah (for which s/he’s chayav malkos?) and doesn’t do t’shuvah is a rasha.
But you have a good point. I sit corrected.
as any competent brisker would know, torah that comes from an impure source is not recognized. Hence their campaigns against anyone with bad hashkafos. Reshaim are no worse.
Noach, are all retards to be put in cheirem, or only retards who smoke?
heavy brisker: “if not for the fact that i seriously doubt that anyone who is surfing the interrnet for shmuutz, could possibly concentrate and be immersed in learning enough for me to want to be his chavrusa, then i would take him no problem” how would you accept a rasha as chavrusah?
Why don’t you take out the garbage?
I just chexcked it up, and I didn’t see such a mahrsha. Sorry, thinkingjew.
I don’t have a gemara on me, but I think the maharsha says that the Gemara is referring to eclipses out of the norm; those that can be caluclated are part of teva and not a siman
what does tzaras sotah have to do with anything???? Issur Sotah never goes away, unlike niddah and yom kippur.
If you meant to say, “tosfos should have asked on 9a when the gemara brings r’ akiva,” that’s slightly shver, but I would assume tosfos doesn’t have to, once they answered niddah on the mishnah.
The yom kippur kushya doesn’t make the slightest bit of sense because A) Tosfos is asking on the mishnah, which is not like r’ akiva and beis) The mishnah gives a number “15” and therefore we cannot say in hachi nami, also a niddah. But according to r’ akiva it could be takkeh be like that.
SIDI How’d u do that?
some usernames, like PAA, will say “user not found”
V’somachta v’chagecha are the wrong words. It’s kavod yom tov. (Simchas yom tov does not apply to r”h and yoh”k, see Tur siman 585 and even the rambam’s lashon of “ainan y’mei simcha Y’SEIRAH” does not necessarily mean that the small din of simcha comes from v’somachta v’chagecha.)
Randomex: I can’t understand how you were referring to Popa’s punishment. Unless you don’t know what “now” means.
“asader lesudassah” (the chassidish one, played on lchayim tish 3) is good for “mi adir”
on the subject of chupahs, is there a makor for the minhag to walk down the chosson/kallah with candles?
randomex: explain, please.
I’m willing to bet a chupah is nicer without background music.
But only if people are quiet, or you’re left with their background noise. (And no way will you get people to be quiet.)
“3 day yomtov” “making shabbos” “say what?”
why is there no shidduch crisis for tall girls?
I don’t think you can make a t’nai on rosh hashanah, because it’t kedusha arichta.
Also, you only make it if you’re planning to cook, not for ‘hachana’.
Hitler also considered anybody with one Jewish grandparent to be Jewish.
YWN’s new advertising method is very annoying. Ads keep on popping up as I try to scroll down, and after “x”ing them I find myself on the top of the page again.
Little Froggie: kindly explain what about my rant insinuated that baseless,fictitious, accusation.
Is it wrong to pursue a widespread fallacy in the hope of replacing it with rationality?
(If you must know what finally made me snap, it was when a friend of mine refused to speak at a simcha and a third friend pressured him to, garbling madness about ‘you have to learn how to speak.’ He ultimately succumbed to the pressure.)
Being as how all the animosity starts when chilonim have to fight and chareidim don’t, I think instead of drafting chareidim, exempt chilonim if they agree to be shomer torah umitzvos.
herzlismoshiach-herzl was an apikorus. (Saying falsely that someone is moshiach might also be–I think that’s what Rav shach may have said?)
“would it be such a bad thing to contribute to society”–the gemarah says someone who says mai ahani lan rabanan (what do talmidei chachamim do for us) is an apikorus.
And all those who argued w/ you and failed to point this out, was, nizrikah bum ruach apikorsus.
Go back to darwinism, shekitz.
popa_bas_abba: I’m with you. BTW, are you a ben abba or bas abba?
@ Health: So TRUE! But in my case it wasn’t my wife. It was her friends whom are Reshayim besides being twisted & crazy!
It should be who, not whom
zahavasdad, why do you care what other people think? If you DON’T consider it loshon hara, why accommodate those who do? 2nd of all, it doesn’t make a difference what YOU consider loshon hara–it makes a difference what halacha considers l”h. (If you meant to say that it is not halachically l”h, say so,don’t be so self centered.)