Little Froggie

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  • in reply to: Problem with posting #1036599
    Little Froggie
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    Why would anyone say a joke?!

    in reply to: Old Time Fun… #1110581
    Little Froggie
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    LG, CozImJewish: Yes that’s who I meant.

    And Randomex, I meant her Username. No one here is supposed to know another’s real name.

    and LG, were you here then too?

    in reply to: Behind the scenes…MODS #1154477
    Little Froggie
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    I guess no answer is my answer

    in reply to: Behind the scenes…MODS #1154476
    Little Froggie
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    Here’s a good question for Mods

    Do Mods know users by their User Name (displayed) or by their Log On (url) name.

    How about altered User names? Is there a record of the old one if that was also altered?

    in reply to: Whats my problem I can't keep CR members straight? #1037205
    Little Froggie
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    Still waiting…

    in reply to: Bored #1036371
    Little Froggie
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    Wow! Are you also in the same place I was when I posted I was bored?

    in reply to: Whats my problem I can't keep CR members straight? #1037204
    Little Froggie
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    Wow!!

    So the straight people here have not yet caught that last one…

    in reply to: get engaged tomorrow? #1037614
    Little Froggie
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    Do it now. ???? ???? ???? ?? ???????.

    Tell ’em I said!

    in reply to: Behind the scenes…MODS #1154474
    Little Froggie
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    I ‘hear’ you, Randomex.

    About the other question… Hm… what would you say? Could be I don’t know. Maybe try asking mods shlita. Taka a shvere kasha. ????. (mods yetaretz..)

    in reply to: Old Time Fun… #1110576
    Little Froggie
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    She maybe may not want her name specified, maybe she still browses here. I’d not want to upset her, she went through enough.

    Hold it – Wait…

    {CALLING XXX} Do I have your permission?

    []Yes []No []All []Don’t Know

    in reply to: Whats my problem I can't keep CR members straight? #1037202
    Little Froggie
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    Randomex, I didn’t know my EVERY post was being studied, remembered. I forgot some /most of them. Too many to remember. (diff s/n too, iykwim) And they’re a lot. Really a lot. So I’m sorry for repeating my self. That’s right. I’m sorry for repeating my self.

    (ps what was your s/n back then? Sh..)

    in reply to: Behind the scenes…MODS #1154467
    Little Froggie
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    Randomex:

    Ok, just in case you haven’t realized, it was little me that wrote that entire post. Both times. Welcome to me.

    Oh…

    in reply to: Old Time Fun… #1110573
    Little Froggie
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    eftachbchinor,

    Actually yes.

    But one more point. This place seems to have a life of its own. Ups and downs. There was a point years ago when a most prolific writer was going through difficult times and used this place as an outlet, to pour out her heart, cry out, get comfort etc. She used her unique talents, style to humor us, to keep us all spellbound, in suspense for her pieces. She really “owned” the place. Then one day, out of the blue, she decided she’s quitting. And she did. And then one post after another appeared saying basically goodbye to the CR. Um… I think it’s still running…

    in reply to: World's First Lion Tamer #1035950
    Little Froggie
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    Randomex:

    The OP was referring to this parsha of Noach, where he had to contend with a lion on board. And then the first world war mentioned in parshas Breishis.

    oh, I forgot, people here occasionally use humor, wit or etc. That’s the bumping question of screwdriver.

    in reply to: Whats my problem I can't keep CR members straight? #1037198
    Little Froggie
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    Kinor is a musical instrument, I think. And one probably uses it to play in a banned. Oh. (you’ll get used to me, corny)

    in reply to: Whats my problem I can't keep CR members straight? #1037194
    Little Froggie
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    OK, eftach, I’ll put it in your language (if you’re really into the kinor), he joined the Banned Wagon.

    in reply to: Old Time Fun… #1110568
    Little Froggie
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    Were you here back “then”?

    in reply to: Behind the scenes…MODS #1154461
    Little Froggie
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    cozimjewish, I tried answering some of the most important secrets of the inner workings of the CR moderation council bu<<ZAPPED>>

    in reply to: Can't escape who you are….:) #1036765
    Little Froggie
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    Just curious, really curious, extremely curious, Ms. ???? ??????, I’m wondering how you’d rate me. Leader / follower / insecure / nurturer / logical / lyrical / bully. Feel free to choose more than one. Or make new categories. Or maybe I don’t fit into ANY category.

    in reply to: Behind the scenes…MODS #1154455
    Little Froggie
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    sh0wj0e,

    No, every time mods come across anything I write, they<<Edited>> – We don’t censor

    in reply to: Subtitle log #1197730
    Little Froggie
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    Hm.. What is it?

    in reply to: World's First Lion Tamer #1035943
    Little Froggie
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    How in the world did you find this one?!? Even its inventor forgot… Isn’t this from before your time… Hm…

    btw We missed one – the first world war, between Kayin and Hevel

    in reply to: Old Time Fun… #1110565
    Little Froggie
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    In times of old they would come out of hiding by now, and rock the place, all day.

    What happened to youz all?!?

    in reply to: Behind the scenes…MODS #1154453
    Little Froggie
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    OOOOOOHHHHH!!!

    Oh do I have what to say. See,<DELETED!!>

    in reply to: Kabbalah #1036467
    Little Froggie
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    Oomis,

    My brother (the smart one, the one who DOES learn from Kabbalah seforim – and is below 40) pointed out to me that many Torah Greats applied themselves to these works and did not live past 40, the AriZal for one.

    Rebbe Akiva started his GENERAL Torah career at 40 (according to most), this sublime endeavor / undertaking was sometime afterwards.

    But as I wrote earlier, someone who has not a lot of knowledge under his belt will come out with nothing. There are no quick-fix, DIY, crash-course self-studies in these works. It will not even come into the danger of being ???? ??????? as Acher did. It is only fooling oneself into being able to monkey and parrot phrases and terms.

    The dangerous caution needed is for one who DOES have Torah under his belt who has been ???? ????? ?”? ???????, for such a person he need be told how to properly apply himself towards these studies, lest he come to err. This is where Acher and later (as they say) Shabbsi Tzvi went wrong. They DID have Torah knowledge, however they didn’t apply themselves to these works properly, with the utmost Kedusha and Taharah. So with their learning these works they were ???? ???????, destroyed themselves and much as well…

    And PAA, that may well be, the words themselves have an inherent Kedusha, are holy, cherished words of Torah, however one must not think he understands a ???? ?? ??? of it. Just holy words of Torah for its own sake. Not the “limud of Kabalah”

    in reply to: Give thanks to the mods #1035814
    Little Froggie
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    My token of appreciation to the mods would be by not posting. But then how would they realize it…

    in reply to: Kabbalah #1036457
    Little Froggie
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    OK. So let me, in my humblekite, respond to one of the important issues of the day.

    No. There is no such thing as learning Kabalah off the bat or off the internet. Or a Goy learning it. Or one who has not properly prepared himself for it. There are no shortcuts. And the ones doing it are TOTALLY fooling themselves and everyone else. They get a sniff here and there of a few terms and phrases, jumble them around (recklessly and randomly) and think they’ve mastered the thing.

    No my boy. Not by any chance. These studies have a big, big preface to be able to start. They have to be studied in a setting of utmost Kedushah and Taharah.

    End of story.

    in reply to: Depressed Anonymous #1035808
    Little Froggie
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    Funny thing. My (musical) keyboard gets depressed every time I play on it, yet it brings Simcha to many!

    in reply to: Gritty kids #1036147
    Little Froggie
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    With WHAT?!?

    in reply to: Eim HaBonim Smeicha (or) Thank You Hashem #1035800
    Little Froggie
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    ???? ??? fine!!

    She even got a name. Sorry for not inviting the whole CR to the Kiddush – an oversight. Next time ??”?…

    in reply to: Whats my problem I can't keep CR members straight? #1037187
    Little Froggie
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    Why you can’t keep us straight? Because some of us are bent. Crooked. Like me.

    in reply to: Eim HaBonim Smeicha (or) Thank You Hashem #1035798
    Little Froggie
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    And I thank HaShem for the OPPORTUNITY to do the loads (and accessories), because of “Eim Habonim Smeicha”!

    in reply to: What's a Wife for Anyways… #1035320
    Little Froggie
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    Golfer, it’s not a money thing, it’s the sharing of one’s undivided attention, love and concern between two. How does one do that?

    And thanks for your pointers, I’ll certainly remember the one about the house not crying or leaving!!

    in reply to: is posting addictive? #1035387
    Little Froggie
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    Haven’t seen you in a while. WB.

    in reply to: I'm not a kid #1036419
    Little Froggie
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    Oomis, (again!) Very beautifully written and expressed. Yes, folks here are putting their own kavod before HaShem and His Torah. They would do well to take a lesson from David hamelech and what he answered Michal when she berated that it was below his dignity by dancing so vigorously in front of the Aron.

    I don’t have Hebrew here so I can’t quote his timeless words and most important lesson, it’s worth looking up.

    No, regarding HaShems honour I’ll do ANYTHING, so should anyone else genuinely Jewish.

    There is a lesser known Kibud extending the Torah belt and mantle to the one doing Gelilah. I always try to grab it. No, not at all a “lessening of my honor”.

    I think there’s a Rambam about this, something about dancing before HaShem and his Torah, and about someone who doesn’t because it’s below his dignity.

    in reply to: is posting addictive? #1035382
    Little Froggie
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    I’ve been here quite a couple of years and I’ve found this place not to be addictive at all. Nope, not at all.

    in reply to: New Smartphone Issue #1035122
    Little Froggie
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    I have that problem all the time. My horn doesn’t work! (and I’m too lazy to get out of the car each time to suggest the driver ahead of me that he proceed..)

    in reply to: Israeli driver #1035135
    Little Froggie
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    If you don’t understand the Hebrew (you’re new), then it means “I have never met a courteous and well mannered driver such as you!” By all means a compliment. No – don’t change.

    in reply to: Mazel Tov! #1224337
    Little Froggie
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    Oomis, thanks for asking. B”H fine. Away from the rest of us. So she can come back to herself faster without our “interference”.

    We feel an extra Simcha of the zman Simchseinu.

    May it spill over to all the rest of us!!

    in reply to: What will be the first song you listen to? #1074372
    Little Froggie
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    Wow! Must have been extremely hard! May the Omnipresent (Makom) send you a Nechamah b’ kiflayim (a double consolation).

    in reply to: Mazel Tov! #1224333
    Little Froggie
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    It’s OK. I don’t mind being called silly. (Its my first, middle and last name)

    in reply to: Give thanks to G-d #1035076
    Little Froggie
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    That is so true.

    And also for making us (really) Jewish, to be able to recognize Him, and to be able to thank Him. That’s what “Oleinu” is all about.

    in reply to: Posting when married #1036516
    Little Froggie
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    Unfortunately yes.

    Some

    Some

    No

    No

    OK. What do I win?

    in reply to: Mazel Tov! #1224329
    Little Froggie
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    SiDi: I knew that (I’m not totally ignorant). But based on the general opinion of the status of the “J” here, I don’t think I’ll be naming her Josephine.

    in reply to: Mazel Tov! #1224318
    Little Froggie
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    Thank you Oomis. (I’m not on my computer, so I can’t write Hebrew, it’s also easier in Dikduk,so) may the blesser be blessed, many times over.

    SiDi: there’s a Rashi I about the name SiDi??

    in reply to: Mazel Tov! #1224314
    Little Froggie
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    Not yet. Couldn’t get my act together yet. Soo many names to choose from (not really keeping tabs on who’s who) “Shopping”, “Letakein”, “Oomis”, “cozimjewish” etc. So many to choose from it’ll take some time to sort out. Then, of course, don’t forget Frogette comes with her list…

    in reply to: Simchos Beis Hashoavas- Brooklyn #1034929
    Little Froggie
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    Boro Park has now just about any block, Shul.

    Better question: who among us will be playing?

    in reply to: Mazel Tov! #1224311
    Little Froggie
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    Thank you ALL for your best wishes. May this new year bring you all much mazel to and happiness.

    And cozimjewish, no need to have such feelings, after all you responed appropriately. And now you have “clarity”!

    in reply to: Mazel Tov! #1224301
    Little Froggie
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    Ivory-

    Very much so

    Thank you all. Im Yertze HaShem by your own Simchos too!!

    in reply to: Help! I'm bored.. #1074949
    Little Froggie
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    You’re 1,000.00% right!

    I couldn’t learn, thunkerator temporarily out of order, I did Chesed (stayed with Froggette a whole night), hopefully grew and raised myself (a drop).

    ATT EVERYONE:

    Pulling the plug, zonking out till 30 minutes before Shkia. Someone please wake me up then (I have to make an Eruv Tavshilin, cook, bake, fry, boil, broil for three days…)

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