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February 22, 2010 1:38 am at 1:38 am in reply to: To Drink or Not to Drink? #674754
oomis. the yeshiva does not have or has had a party in 3 years. the building is locked purim night. how much clearer do i have to be. the yeshiva has no responsibility to make sure groups of other kids from other yeshivos dont walk down frisco making noise! besides how would they accomplish this? making sure frisco is quiet purim night is not yeshivas responsibility whatsoever. they are responsible for trying to make sure their bochurim arent the ones making a ruckus on frisco or anywhere else in far rock and they do this by sending a letter to each kids parent before Purim, telling them that collecting purim night is prohibited. and yes yfr may get the flak but that doesnt mean its yfrs faultFebruary 22, 2010 12:19 am at 12:19 am in reply to: Dangers of Fireworks and Explosives #1062456
reminder!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!February 21, 2010 7:43 pm at 7:43 pm in reply to: To Drink or Not to Drink? #674752
im in yfr right now and i can vouch for whatver nathan said. the mesiba purim nite hasnt been goin on for 3 yrs. this is the 4th yr there will no party. last yr i collected in far rock and let me tell u there are many many guys from other yeshivas walking around the neiborhood acting drunk and making noise, doing firecrackers and just making a chillul Hashem. I saw one chevra of yfr guys who were making a chillul Hashem but it mostly guys from other neighborhood yeshivos. one of the reasons this is true is half of yfr is from brooklyn and queens and they stay there for purim. another reason is yfr’s mashgiach has older beis medrash guys drining around the neighborhood as’spies’ and tells the mashgiach if any bochurim were out making a chillul Hashem and he tells them to go home. so oomis just because u see teens near your house drunk and making chillul Hashem gives you no right to not be dan lekav zchus and assume they r from yfr especially since there is no mesiba in yfr anymore and the building is completely locked up purim night.