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  • in reply to: Is water wet #2014826
    yechiell
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    water is dry
    every fool knows that
    mexico paid for that wall
    every fool knows that

    in reply to: Was the 2020 election stolen? #2014825
    yechiell
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    no it was not.
    but did mexico pay for that wall?
    seems like a better question

    in reply to: Lubavitch Hats #1603601
    yechiell
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    Are you trying to tell me that black hats is not an official minhag? At bar mitzvah kids start wearing black hats, and put them on even in the house just to bentch. If that’s not a minhag I don’t know what is.
    As for turbans, you have an obsession about that. I clearly wrote turbans OR COOLER HEADGEARS. Of course, they probably did wear turbans, and no one is comparing that to the Arabs. Sketches of the Rambam show him wearing some kind of turban.
    But , hey, you enjoy sweating? Again, gesunterheit !

    in reply to: Lubavitch Hats #1602491
    yechiell
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    Of course you’re not answering the basic question – why were religious Jews allowed to change their tradition and put on black hats, while 2,000 years later, it is ossur to change back (turbans or other cooler headgears) ?
    to watch whole communities in Israel under the black hat phenomemon, when it is 120 degrees in the shade, is plain meshugah.
    Just my opinion – you want to sweat? gesunteheit !

    in reply to: Lubavitch Hats #1602281
    yechiell
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    When the Jews were expelled from Israel in Roman times, they wore turbans similar to the Arabs. While in Europe, under cold climates, the SWITCHED their tradition to wear those hats, shtreimels etc.
    Why, when the Jews, after 2,000 years of torture and death, returned to Israel, not SWITCH back to headgear more suitable to a hot climate?
    As a rabbi once told us, it’s not a mitzvah to sweat !

    in reply to: Is Frumkeit Only for the Rich? #1601136
    yechiell
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    testing
    me ken yash plotzen till I got the username/password correct

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