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I’m in. Agreed.
Every Jewish child should have a grandma like oomis. Amen.
Oomis, may you always see much Nachas from your children and grandchildren and may you enjoy a long and happy life together with your lucky husband, gezunteheit!
rebdoniel, no no. Share some cholent. The recipe you already did.December 11, 2013 11:22 pm at 11:22 pm in reply to: How can I get my idea patented, invented and trade registered? #993589
a mamin, lol
nonikname, great thread. I like your op.
Little Froggie: Don’t feel bad. There are many professional musicians who will not either talk while playing. It’s not uncommon.
Interesting recipe. Must be very flavorful, please share with all of us.
Those are fascinating! Thank you.
Are you kidding, I don’t think any of us will forget that so soon. That was night activity for all of us here. Believe it or not, I still remember you original subtitle!
pixelate, that’s called being between a rock and a hard place….. 😉
On a separate note; just so you know, I’ve added this to my favorites.
I think rebdoniel is in agreement with pba here.
The first day of every chodesh.
Rosh Chodesh Kislev will be Sunday-November 3, 2013 and Monday- November 4, 2013.October 29, 2013 12:04 am at 12:04 am in reply to: Ideas needed of what to dedicate, or project L'iluy Nishmas a relative. #983945
I like Syag’s idea a lot. very meaningful and practical.
I’ve been wondering a lot about this too.
Not everybody here is in the textile industry. I’m sure you’ve noticed.
Must be persons then. Obviously.
Either person or persons.
Goq, Do u mean the font size? If yes it comes from the scroll part of the mouse. Up makes it bigger down makes it smaller.
“The ultimate test in relationship is to disagree but hold hands.”
Make sure to have a healthy breakfast in the morning every day. It doesn’t have to be a lot of food, but breakfast should be non-negotiable. Have a light snack between breakfast and lunch, say an apple and non-fat yogurt for example. Or any fruit and a serving of nuts etc. If you’re going away for a couple of hours, take something light along with you so that you won’t feel like you want to eat everything in sight when you come back.
Eat a big salad as part of lunch as well as dinner.
Increasing physical activity cannot be stressed enough. Exercise goes a long way for weight loss and overall health. If you can’t hit the gym, or have time constraints or whatever, try to walk as much as you could.
Drink 2 glasses of water with every meal. Drink only water between meals.
Going to sleep at a decent hour every night is very important. When your body is tired and needs energy the brain sends mixed messages and you end up overeating. (We all know that sleep is important. Not just for weight loss.)
This is really interesting.
Pleading insanity is all very nice and highly predictable, but it seems he was fully aware of what he was doing. Hashem Yerachem.
I for one, will definitely miss reading your insightful posts.
writersoul, I think assurnet was responding to the poster who made ridiculous comparisons and brought up non-sensical points. Not to you.
I don’t know if those comparisons are a laughing matter or a crying matter. Very sad.
Last time I posted someone called my wife and complained.
I didn’t call. I promise. Lol.
Will the poster who called popa’s wife, please come forward?October 24, 2013 6:23 am at 6:23 am in reply to: Oh emmm geeeee is it necessary to make thread about every seminary?! #981930
When I saw all the seminary threads on here one day, I was reminded of this thread because I remember when this was active and it was funny at the time.
But the seminary threads did not bother me one bit so that was not why I bumped this.
Bump is basically to bring up an old post or thread. I think it stands for Bring Up My Post.
(Although in this case it wasn’t my post. But I think that’s what it stands for.)October 24, 2013 6:14 am at 6:14 am in reply to: If Jewish writers are so good, why don't they publish secular? #983539
pixelate, not everybody wants to read secular books. So having Jewish authors publish in the Jewish market, helps.
Perhaps they graduated law school.
There are many more oldies that are missing besides for those you mentioned.
See if you can bring PBA back again.
Gefen wasn’t here for a long time. Gefen if you hear us, say “aye”.October 24, 2013 5:59 am at 5:59 am in reply to: Okay, so maybe maybe I'm a racist but how can I know for sure? #981997
Hmmm…. Do they speak English? 😉
I think it depends more on personality than race. Everybody is different.
It is very important to be polite to colleagues and a simple “good morning” goes a long way especially at the office. I guess not everybody is aware of this.
Don’t let that stop you from being yourself.
No idea. What did the article say?
Why is it considered acceptable to have Instagram yet not facebook?
Who said it’s acceptable?
How does Instagram work anyway? I know it’s something with photos but what purpose does it serve?
VM: Question here regarding your hypothesis that everyone who posts on YWNCR is a student in a top law school.
What happens when a poster graduates law school? Can they still post on the CR?October 23, 2013 1:54 am at 1:54 am in reply to: Oh emmm geeeee is it necessary to make thread about every seminary?! #981924
miritchka, tell them to take the opossum far, far away.
Hope it works out.
Mazal Tov, thumbthrough. May you build a BNB.
If your Kallah doesn’t have an iPod yet, then that might be an option. You can load her favorite songs on there before you wrap it. You may also be able to engrave it with her name or a short message on the back. Although I’m not sure if that’s possible on the iPod. Perhaps you can check with an engraver. (It might be too thin)
Another idea would be a nice pen with her name engraved on it.
A watch may be considered jewelry but it serves a practical/ functional purpose and is not just ornamental.
Also, a watch can look cute or fun if she doesn’t like a serious looking one so that may be something to consider.
Maybe a nice pair of designer shades. She can never have too many.
If your kallah appreciates flowers, you can get a nice vase and have it monogrammed.
interjection mentioned stud earrings.
Your Kallah will need earrings even if she is not the jewelry type.
Those are a real classic and so versatile. I think you cannot go wrong with diamond studs.
If you want to be on the safe side; you can ask her, but then you lose the element of surprise.
TAOM, You are not responsible for other people’s actions. You will not be punished because of something that your father does. Hashem does not work that way.
I would strongly urge you to get in touch with Shalom Task Force, or perhaps Rabbi Wallerstein, they are trained in dealing with sensitive matters and they will keep it all confidential.
I don’t think anybody would judge you or think of you differently. On the contrary, they will see you as very strong for having reached out and doing what’s right.
TAOM, you’re very brave for speaking out.
Think about someone in real life to discuss your feelings with. You are in a lot of pain and it’s not healthy to bottle it up. You’re smart and IY”H you’ll get through this. You just can’t do it on your own, because it’s not so simple. Don’t worry about your family’s reputation now, worry about yourself. Speak to someone you trust and who will keep things private.
I think it’s a bad habit. I don’t see the thrill in listening to emergency calls or scanners. These tragedies happen to real people and it’s more sad than fun.
eclipse, did anyone ever tell you that you’re VERY creative? Because you are.
I once asked a friend why people are so interested in dissecting the lives of others during a conversation. I liked the reply I got: “no; it’s not during a conversation, THIS IS their conversation.”
So true. Unfortunately.
Yes, I always wait for the answer. If I ask it’s because I care and am serious about it.
I don’t however get insulted when people ask me and keep going. I kind of expect that because I know this question became quite routine and most people don’t think into it too much and that’s ok with me.
Why is this thread in the Democratic Underground? Lol
I personally don’t think that giving candies to your neighbor’s children is the same as celebrating or observing the holiday. They’re kids and they are not necessarily aware that their Jewish neighbors don’t keep their holidays and I think it would make a positive impression on them if you give them some sweets instead of sending them away empty-handed.
Also remember that neighbors are neighbors and often they’re here to stay. So being polite and courteous to them and friendly to their kids when they go trick or treating is probably the right thing to do. But that’s just my opinion.
Is it ok for ladies to be ladylike?October 20, 2013 2:32 am at 2:32 am in reply to: Should I be embarrassed about using a use a translated siddur? #981313
Embarrassed? Of course not! Be proud of yourself. Understanding what you’re saying makes your tefilla all the more special.
May all your tefillas be answered l’tova.
More power to you!
Welcome back, eclipse! We were good and ready for your surprise visit. Make yourself at home and stay as long as they let. I missed reading your posts 🙂
Nice job, shopping. That was cute!
Shopping, nice to “see” you smiling again. Right, I never met you and don’t know who you are but your personality comes across as very bubbly and smiley.
I’m really honored to get a prize from you, although I thought whoever answers first is up for a prize. But thank you so much. As a SUC member, you can upgrade my membership to Gold status. :-).
That would be great.
Btw streekgeek had some great ideas too, I think she’s eligible for SUC membership 😉
Hope you’re having a terrific day and remember that your friends in the CR are here.
Keep smiling and be happy.
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