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Re: Need someone to spend big, please advise
Thanks for everyone's responses.  It'll be my business if I find someone who can spend, and if I consider them reliable.  Maybe I would find a small business owner, whose identity I can confirm.  Did it hurt to post the question?  It's not like I posted pictures of the card and my billing address.  Slow down.

I also asked for tips, not just someone who can spend.

The total profit if I can avoid the costs of spending for the entire bonus (200,000 points) would be around $3k.  It's worth it for me.  It's even worth it for me to just paypal it and pay 3%, but why not try this first.

So I guess I'll ask again, do any of you have any POSITIVE and HELPFUL information to share, or do you just want to try (unsuccessfully) to make me feel like an idiot for my post?
The number 1 sign of a business is having trouble is when they need your credit card to swipe, rather than using their own and generate points themselves.
There's always a reason why they can't get credit or why they've been banned from credit lenders.

February 08, 2019, 12:55:51 AM
Re: NewTechwood - Decking - Anyone try? They kept on the whole year, summer and winter, and are still like new. luckily I didn't had to cut anything but on home depot's reviews, people say it's quite easy.
April 17, 2019, 10:53:13 PM
Re: Go-carts
12 year old kid wants a go-cart for afikoman present.  The ones you drive around in family fun centers etc...

anybody ever purchase one or anybody with experience?  where should I purchase, gas or electric, where do we store it ?
I wish you can adopt me as your kid too.. I'm already asking an helicopter for next year's afikomen, the ones you see on the FDR doing rides for tourists.

May 07, 2019, 12:32:48 AM
Re: Lose Your Hechsher In Lakewood If You Fly An Israeli Flag?
The Lakewood oilam would stop trusting their hechsher because of the Israeli flag ? Not the oilam I’ve known for decades.
Is this rabbi Weisner a satmarer ?
Lakewood is moving towards the right, following the Oirbach's in Israel. Being more "Kenuisdig" has become now the new trend, for many reasons.

May 10, 2019, 03:59:47 PM
Re: eufy BoostIQ RoboVac 11S (Slim), Robot Vacuum Cleaner, Super-Thin $149.99! Bought, Thanks!

June 27, 2019, 07:26:40 PM
Ecco windsor for $24.95!! Available in brown/rust. Black only size 48


July 17, 2019, 07:30:03 PM
Re: The Holocaust
What about the swiss and polish who generations later (and probably still today) are hiding and not returning all what was taken during the war.
I always wondered if there is any data on how much revenue the most famous tourist attraction in Poland, known as "Auschwitz-Birkenau" generates into the Polish economy.

The fact that such a slaughter factory was placed precisely on that place, among those inhabitants, is a significant sign on the nature of that culture, I even doubt if they would be able to establish that close to a civilized Berlin or Frankfurt. Yet in the same time the Polish are literally allergic to any sort of associating that with Poland and even criminalized it.

Which brings me back to my above question, how much revenue does the 1.5 million visitors to Auschwitz a year generate into their economy? Do they have any measures taken to invest ALL those earnings, not just the actual admission fees into the camps, but all lodging, eatery, and transportation industries yieldings into Holocaust memorial or such? If that's not the case, then we are witnessing today in 2019 the worst interpretation of "הרצחת וגם ירשת", not just inheriting the victims fortunes but monetizing their shed blood.

July 28, 2019, 03:19:13 AM
Hyper Tough - Walmart's ultra affordable tools & accessory brand So I came across this brand while looking around for a good tool kit for my summer home here in Monticello's Walmart. I was simply astonished by the low cost of these tools, I mean a 20 Volt lithium cordless drill for $22.95??

And look at these All-in-1 tool kits. 

 And yet still I didn't buy anything, because.. because it was too cheap.. Perhaps they are all just a piece of junk?? I know Home depot's own brand, Ryobi, makes very good tools, although not in that low price range at all,  But I wonder how is it with Walmart's own brand, and they have a lot of items under this name. Does anyone have experience with this brand? Of course just for the summer anything quite decent is good enough, but I would still want to hear more on this brand, I can make good use of this wide range of low cost tools.

August 19, 2019, 11:17:06 PM
Re: Interesting Articles...
Heard a good one in regarding this line in the above article,
“It is considered wrong to touch bodies . . . how can they procreate?” he said. “There is a sheet, or fabric, with a strategically placed opening for — you all know what that is for.”

A man walks by a clan of dogs, listening to their conversation he overhears one dog telling to the other "You see these humans,  all their wastes stays in their bodies, they never release them!!" while another dog answers "Sure they don't, did you ever see'm urinate at the tree as we do?" The man smiles and turns to the dogs "Listen up dogs, let me teach you two important things:
1- Unlike dogs, humans do private things behind closed doors.
2-Dogs are dogs, and should not become experts on humans!..

September 22, 2019, 01:24:44 AM
Re: All Halocha Shailos and teiffa Questions So the thing with the knife originates to the Rebbe of Lublin, aka the חוזה מלובלין זי׳׳ע, to buy a new knife every Rush Hashuna AND to use it, as a segula for a good new year so Hashem should "cut" a good year for us, based on החותך חיים לכל חי, and particularly for parnasah. It must NOT be a Challah knife, just buy any knife needed for your kitchen at the time, dairy, parve or meat. The minhag is to use it the first night of RH to cut the apple you dip in honey, as well as for the other simanim we eat for a sweet year.
October 02, 2019, 11:02:03 PM