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I wonder if those girls are beyond help. They know they’re doing very wrong and yet they publicly do it anyways. They’re not ignoramuses and yet the violate the Torah every moment they walk in public.September 9, 2014 6:39 pm at 6:39 pm in reply to: Would you rent your apartment to a financially stable divorcee? #1031879
By time the missionary/black/divorcee or whatever the illegal discrimination was based on was rejected for the apartment, the owner will have already rented it out to someone else and the only recourse would be at most a small first-time offense fine, if it ever got so far that they could even prove anything.September 8, 2014 5:12 pm at 5:12 pm in reply to: Would you rent your apartment to a financially stable divorcee? #1031855
They almost always ask before scheduling a showing of the apartment how big the family it is for, number and ages of children, what the adults do for a living, etc.
TLIK: You’re suggestion that marriages by a person with a mental health issue is “all but impossible” is utterly wrong.
If the point being made by some here that VAS plates are nothing more than a vanity plate entitling the bearer no more parking or driving privileges than any other run of the mill driver without any special plate is to be accepted (much like NY Volunteer Firefighter vanity license plates on a private vehicle simply mean the car owner happens to be a volunteer firefighter but that this private vehicle is not necessarily used for that purpose and is entitled to no privileges and the same with Army Veteran plates or Dentist or Physician vanity plates), then by extension that argument can be naturally extended to meaning that there is no objections to someone temporarily joining a tiny volunteer ambulance service for a very short period so he can qualify for VAS plates (which is nothing more than vanity anyways).