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agree wholeheartedly with cshapiro.
i was a counselor for a number of years in a well known camp. i’ve had kids that have had bed wetting problems a few times. first of all, the camp notifies all the counselors of any problems, such as bed wetting before the summer even begins this way I could keep my eyes out for it and be extra sensitive if that situation arises. I’ve had older boys with this problem as well as younger boys. if something happened that night, the boy would come over to me privately and tell me what happened and when the other boys were at breakfast or elsewhere, we would quickly change the sheets and have the soiled one washed. Not once has another camper caught onto what was going on.
Bed wetting is a more common problem than most people think. Camps are very sensitive to that and any other medical issue a camper may have.
You should definitely go to camp this summer. You shouldn’t deprive yourself of your best teenage years. I would even suggest talking to your counselor the 1st day of camp about the problem and discussing with him how you could keep the problem private if something does happen one night.
tons of boys just to help solve the shidduch crisis
if u bought a CD, u can make another copy for urself, for example keeping one copy in ur house stereo and one copy in your car. the reason is bec no1 would ever buy 2 of the same CDs, so the producers let tht. But, u can not make a copy for someone else so u have one and he has one.
Here’s a link from YW HALACHICALLY SPEAKING all about copying CDs:
Where’s he gonna make his wedding?? Who’s gonna cook for it?
who would think that for nfl updates one would come to yeshiva world? why dont u guys go to nfl.com?? or espn.com??
in this case since you never actually accepted the gift, you would not have to pay taxes on itIf you accept a gift, it counts towards you income and would require you to pay tax on it. That is why some winners of game shows or other prizes may forgo on even accepting the gift this way they don’t count it as income and possibly get bumped into a higher tax bracket.
SO: Imho, in this case, it seems like you did not accept the gift, so it’s not considered like income to you, so you would not have to pay maaser.January 27, 2011 1:23 am at 1:23 am in reply to: Please List All The Nightmares You Could Bring On Yourself #736540
I’m Joseph. There I said it.
Avram in MD:
Oh i didnt even realize. i read the OP’s name quickly and thought it said halfagirl, the “L” looked like an “i”. (a lower case “L” and upper case “i” look the same.
is this going to be the next yeshivaworldnews??
I don’t think this camp is looking to get the old Bei Kyta campers/staff. Right now I heard that they want a more yeshiva type of camp and only junior high school boys. My thought is that they’ll probably look to keep those kids next year for their Mesivta program which they’ll probably start next year.
According to the Social Security Admissions in 2009:
Male: 1) Jacob 2) Ethan 3) Michael 4) Alexander 5) William 6) Joshua 7) Daniel 8) Jayden 9) Noah 10) Anthony.
Female: 1) Isabella 2) Emma 3) Olivia 4) Sophia 5) Ava 6) Emily 7) Madison 8) Abigail 9) Chloe 10) Mia
It’s interesting that a few of the boys names sound Jewish, but maybe one or two of the girls names sound Jewish.
People can write, text, or blog… however they want.
google it ull find out what the deal is 🙂
its a mitzvah. a bris is the only place u always see tons of silver foil on the table with the food. they expect u to take home food. u dont see silver foil by weddings, bar mitzvahs, vorts… cuz over there its not understood tht u take home food, but by a bris, it is expected.
how abt having a label “JILFSP” which stands for “just in lakewood for shidduchim purpose” 🙂
welll tht guy joseph who everyone seems obsessed with must have 1000 screen names himself!
u can find coupons and credits if u open a new account.
zip car pays for ur gas so thts pretty good too.
they have cars parked in random garages all over, u reserve a car at whatever lot u want and at whatever time u want, go there and swipe ur car on the spot on the windshield which unlocks the door and off u go.
1 tip is to scout out the cars b4 u pick one bec some have “zipcar” written in huge letters across the car, while some just have it in tiny print on the back. im assuming u dont wanna be a huge ad for zip car as u drive all over town.
good luck, go to their website, im sure they have very clear instructions how they work.January 17, 2011 5:37 pm at 5:37 pm in reply to: Free ideas, best deals, and other tips on the Internet #729598
go to dansdeals.com he has all those credit card shticks and great deals.
wait, theres places in the world other than flatbush?
supposedly its impossible to sneeze with ur eyes open. i wonder if ur eyeballs would pop out.
funny ur asking this question now during sukkos when u prob have bein hazmanim and are bored stiff so ur just surfing the web…
I was at the NACHAS concert at the Holiday Inn by Dorney Park and it was fabulous! Sorry you missed it.
http://WWW.NACHASMUSIC.COM has great videos, pictures… of the newest jewish singing sensation.
I heard NACHAS of nachasmusic.com is giving a concert at The Holiday Inn Center City by Dorney Park Sunday Night of Chol Hamoed. I heard him by a bar mitzvah and he’s very good. Very good at getting the kids into in. Should be a fun concert