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  • in reply to: Looking for info on Montreal #925071

    welldressed007
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    However, if you are still moving to Montreal chat with Rabbi Meshulam Emmanuel, head of Montreal Kashrus. He is very helpful and knowledgeably of local conditions.

    in reply to: The Webberman Verdict #923058

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    nobody is sticking up for anyone, the facts speak for themselves, our society is not as sheltered as we would like it to be. Chashdaihu vekabdaihu and not the opposite, kabdaihu ve’chahdaihu/

    in reply to: stuttering problem for shidduchim #919910

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    stanleyc, you are a person indeed in need of help. It appears you have no shame. I assume you are not Shomer Shabbas as your words and actions do not reflect those of a Ben-Torah. The words you choose and act upon in the confines of your home have no bearing on the world, once you step out of those confines it behooves you to think prior to speaking and mocking others. You do this so well in the guise of hiding behind a non deplume. In the real world you are nothing but a coward and a bully and more than likely very insecure, hence the inherent need to mock others.

    in reply to: Shang Chai no more… #917651

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    al taam ve’al raiach ain lehitvakiach!

    in reply to: stuttering problem for shidduchim #919900

    welldressed007
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    stanleyc, if you think you are funny, humorous, you are a shame and disgrace to this site and should be banned forthwith. Making fun of someone created betzelem Elokim, think twice, and now for the famous Freudian quote, yes some of us are educated, never is a truer word said in jest, stop hurting others it is not the Jewish way.

    in reply to: How do you actually forgive someone? #917548

    welldressed007
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    Time heals all wounds, no guarantees but it usually does

    in reply to: Yartzeit – when niftar is in different time zone than his offspring #917168

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    most of what we know regarding Availus is minhag, minhag, did i forget to say minhag. I have sat shiva three times for family and have learnt to understand the extremities according to various situations. By the way just in case for those who choose to berate and spew negative rhetoric the bais hamikdosh hashainy was destroyed, yes you guessed it sinas chinam. I feel it necessary to highlight as it appears some of you have forgotten this.

    Learning is challenging at best however if this is the end result of what our kollels are producing, such open and vial hatred then my friend i suggest you go back to learning basics.

    This is not about taking sides, remember, this is a public forum. Behazlocho to all of you. By the way i have sat shiva more than, once,twice, three and four times. You ask your Rov and follow that minhag that is what makes Am Yisroel so great. Bottom line we must be mindful, and yes respectful of another person’s minhag even if we disagree. So go ahead and bring all the proofs from here and there it is still minhag,(translates to CUSTOM)

    in reply to: FISCAL CLIFF #917005

    welldressed007
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    politicians have to make a living so they make us nervous. Taxes here taxes everywhere, H-shem provides us with what we need not the politicians, so people get with the program..If you have an ounce of sincerity in your observance of Yiddishkyte we will I”YH make it through this storm; Mi ke’amcho Yisroel!!

    in reply to: Verizon #916579

    welldressed007
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    10-4

    in reply to: Teenager Caught Smoking Cigarettes – Any Advice? #916941

    welldressed007
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    The ad in Israel to stop smoking went something like this:

    Al tiftach peh la’sartan (Ivrit for cancer)

    or Cancer cures smoking permanently.

    Either way smoking is not healthy.

    in reply to: How do I stop my wife spending??! #1177078

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    when you figure it out please let us all know or better still write a book it is guaranteed to be a best seller

    in reply to: Teenager Caught Smoking Cigarettes – Any Advice? #916923

    welldressed007
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    do not assume anything,talk with him, find out how what when where. Perhaps it was friends, again assume nothing and walk in with a positive attitude, try to engage and involve him in the decision making by asking his opinion, let him also be a part of the solution. If it comes even partially from him it will be a very compelling situation allowing for resolution with a minimum of hostility.

    Good luck, tread very lightly, he is still your son no matter what.

    in reply to: Chief Rabbi #916425

    welldressed007
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    The New chief Rabbi is from South Africa his father was

    rov as well. The family is very distinguished and very suitable for this position. He is honest to a fault. Behazlocho

    in reply to: Marriage Ready #915685

    welldressed007
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    your heart will never lie your mind might try to convince you. If you have to be convinced it is not for you. So why is it for you, because you cannot explain it. No control factor

    Good luck

    in reply to: Adult Bullies #988677

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    insecurity

    in reply to: ATT POETRY PEOPLE #1168646

    welldressed007
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    Remember the golden rule:

    Do your best

    Leave the rest

    Hope and pray

    Thing will come out okay

    You are a poet and don’t even know it

    Because it rhymes in time.

    in reply to: Phone Etiquette #915271

    welldressed007
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    the answer is so simple, no critique, just write a handbook with instructions

    in reply to: Going on a Birthright Tour….. #915278

    welldressed007
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    and have in mind to enjoy, remember perfection is exclusive to malachim.

    in reply to: Discrimination Against Baalei Teshuva #1035495

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    I became observant when shall we say it was not fashionable, attended prominent yeshivas just like our true brethren ( from the ffb club)speak ivrit , Yiddish all fluently i might add, and just for fun people, yes a reminder is thrown in periodically not meant to necessarily hurt, however, yes it does. One would think perhaps as this might not be the case, i hate to use this word, but for lack of a better one, bigotry is alive and well, flourishing on all levels here in the USA. Yes i am an import. I was shocked to the core at the level of hurt the our ffb brethren, not knowingly of course, inflict on the BT community.

    I am grateful someone has the gumption to spearhead a campaign

    of awareness and highlight this uncomfortable situation which exists in our community. Amazing as this may sound there is no level of discrimination when accepting our checks for tzedoko. Moron ve’raboisai, wake up, there are still mitzvois bain odom le’chavairo we can fulfill and not rely purely on bain odom lamakoim to serve the Ribono shel Oilam.


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    Nynex/Verizon

    in reply to: Good psychiatrist? #913030

    welldressed007
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    If the shoe were on the other foot how would you react then? To be judgmental is not a healthy attribute, be nice and what goes around comes around. The golden rule.

    in reply to: Shame on Israel for bowing to pressure #908598

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    this is above our paygrade

    in reply to: Rocket Scientists.. #908232

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    This name is already taken, you need a chevrusa to learn Torah, then perhaps these “posts” will slowly be minimized. Seriously!

    in reply to: $1,000,000 winner in BP #908222

    welldressed007
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    People are seriously bored, what would your chevrusa say!

    in reply to: Pillar Of Defense #907958

    welldressed007
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    g73; no disrespect, the war is being fought there not here. the war of words is being fought everywhere, join that one. H-shem is in charge whether we choose to accept that or not;having participated in a previous war in the ranks of the IDF. nothing is perfect in this world except malachim and H-shem. As Rochel from abroad mentioned nisim are everywhere in Eretz hakodesh as in the world as a whole. G73: be positive in your criticism and try to encourage people to respond. Just in case you forgot, a courteous reminder, in NY we are dealing with the wrath of Sandy and the aftermath.If it is okay with you i suggest in summation as a former great leader in out times used to say; think positive and it will be positive;

    have a great day and be safe..

    in reply to: "Theories" about why NY has no gas #903470

    welldressed007
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    Stop yentering and do something about this fiasco, write to his honor the mayor and yell and scream

    in reply to: GAS SHORTAGE: Where Can You get Gas Following Superstorm Sandy? #902416

    welldressed007
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    anything left?

    in reply to: How should one protest against shmoozers during davening? #901838

    welldressed007
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    or try the following:

    Ain le’hispalel be’sha’as hadibur!!!!!

    make light of it to help when you ‘highlight’ it, it works much better.

    in reply to: Divorce: Whose Fault Was It? #932222

    welldressed007
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    No matter what my highly intelligent collegues are coming up with a few rules apply. Dirty laundry is not aired or discussed in public, it takes two to tango and ultimately if you have the need still to blame one and justify ones existance then perhaps be bold and say we were not compatible, why is it necessary to assign blame. Always remover the golden rule about divorce, there are three versions. His,her and now for a chidush the truth.

    in reply to: And Then They Got Two Jerks #1152455

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    Name calling is not a very Jewish way of doing things, or are we becoming to goyish ?

    in reply to: Singles in The Frum Community #899143

    welldressed007
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    Try Shabbat.com

    Places to eat for Shabbos, shidduchim,jobs

    One stop shop, not limited to NYC or the surrounding areas, try it you might just be surprised

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    Opportunities do not fall into our laps, we make them happen with help from H-Shem

    in reply to: Moving Violations,Brooklyn NY #898601

    welldressed007
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    The police in Brooklyn work on quotas and what ever it takes. This is an ext. of their work.. There are highways in certain parts of the world where tickets are issued on highways via security cams for years.

    in reply to: A Very Funny Joke #898542

    welldressed007
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    you have all managed to squash the joke so eloquently. poor tomatoes.

    in reply to: Eating in a sukka at the pizza store #897741

    welldressed007
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    Sam, The Halacha supports you with one exception if the person eating does not have their own sukka yaish al mi lismoch. however at first glance one should be nizzur involving this inyan.

    in reply to: Where were YOU on 9/11 2001 ? #1010042

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    It’s all part of the master plan as put forward by H-shem

    in reply to: Did Neil Armstrong really land on the moon?? #896855

    welldressed007
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    no, he was just ‘moonlighting’

    in reply to: Where were YOU on 9/11 2001 ? #1010035

    welldressed007
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    it is truly amazing that despite the 11 year time lapse from then to today the memories are as vivid as ever. interestingly enough this yortzeid is remembered twice every year, once on 9.11. and then the Yiddish date, 23rd Elul. It appears that most people associate 9.11 as the yortzeid. any thoughts

    in reply to: Where were YOU on 9/11 2001 ? #1010025

    welldressed007
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    Never forget the Jewish date Elul 23, which was Sunday night/ Monday.

    in reply to: Going off the Derech #1182179

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    This topic is ad nausium.A story was recently told to me by my daughter-in-law.in the erev shabbos mock party in the play group the little boy who played tatti was sleeping at the table, the morah asked if he was tired to which he replied,no, his tatti sleeps at the shabbos table. You do not see your children the whole week, working oh so hard,then when you are home you still do not see the child, so yes they will tend to raise themselves. DO NOT RELY on the yeshivas to raise or instill the values, they are concerned with tuition bills. can’t blame them, staff need to get paid, very vicious cycle. hence more responsibility falls upon the ‘

    parents, stop ‘sleeping’ and be a part of your children’s lives.

    goed shabbos

    ps this is pure common sense which by the way is not common to everyone, so get common…

    in reply to: wording to decline a hand shake? #894019

    welldressed007
    Participant

    no great ‘shakes’ ask a Rav and follow his ruling not every Tom,Dick or Harry who may have had this issue

    in reply to: Are you a Zionist? #893391

    welldressed007
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    Are you a yid shomer torah and mitzvos? priorities, and no i am not a zioni

    in reply to: Shlomo Carelbach #895764

    welldressed007
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    I knew him personally for many years of his life. His ‘gadlus was that he did not have to prove anything to anyone, try to impress you. He was just himself and that like the old Honda add which was the car that sold itself. He kept it simple, not to many cords in the music, friendly to all, had a good kind word to all. No person is perfect in this world, only malachim, and of course they are not human. We can emulate the good aspire to do better by thinking and helping others. If you have a gift use for the positive to enhance the life of a fellow Yid.

    Goed Shabbos

    in reply to: how to give shidduch advice… question #891155

    welldressed007
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    pardon my asking but what qualifies you as experts in determining this shiddich’s validity or not.Our world is full of eitza gebbers, if there is a need for a professional, then consult one, you could do more harm than good, if a person is old enough to get married then they get to make the ultimate decisions as well. Daven to H-shem and be positive and things will crystallize for you very quickly. Old wives tale, if you you to convince yourself to like someone it is not for you, to explain why someone is for you is also not necessary. Hazlucha meruba. Simchas by alle Yidden

    in reply to: Lock nuts for car tires #878427

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    the same way they are put on

    in reply to: Enough with the yiddish already #878344

    welldressed007
    Participant

    i learnt Yiddish, here in the USA and am not Chassidish.Another language never will hurt you.

    in reply to: Enough with the yiddish already #878343

    welldressed007
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    my cleaning lady is born in the USA and speaks primarily Spanish. She respects her heritage, perhaps, and perhaps we should respect ours?

    in reply to: Phone solicitations #875717

    welldressed007
    Participant

    if they are soliciting then according to the letter of the law, guilty.

    in reply to: Which Is The Best Internet Filtering System? #909980

    welldressed007
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    no internet

    in reply to: Lubavitch #820050

    welldressed007
    Participant

    Is this a new brand of Yiddishkyte? It sounds pretty close?

    in reply to: Whats Your Best Perfume?? #817274

    welldressed007
    Participant

    Try Armani Black Code

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