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Re: Law School
Are the 0Ls thinking of deferring?  Obviously nobody can read future but if lots of ppl deferring, you can imagine that class being a studentsí market if theres good hiring demand but fewer top students
what? That's the only reason we keep you around

July 24, 2020, 05:00:42 AM
Re: Dave Ramsey Plan
I don't think that you are understanding his strategy of "overfunded WL"
clearly not. I've been asking for answers for a while and only getting seemingly unrelated questions in response

July 24, 2020, 12:02:37 PM
Re: Lakewood NJ Master Thread
Anyone know where to kasher a Fleishig knife that a kid used to cut a hot pizza bagel?
in your house? Boil water in a pot/ pan and dip the aino ben yomo knife. (Assuming the pizza bagel was not in the oven when this took place)

July 26, 2020, 05:05:09 PM
Re: Life Hacks, Post Your Favorites!
When the TSA first banned water bottles through the gate, a college friend of mine was pregnant, and traveling to Taiwan with her husband. He said that they should try this. I told him I'd love to be a fly on the wall when you try to explain to the TSA that it's really a solid and not a liquid.

Problem is, not all TSA agents are familiar with this and some will give you a hard time. Not worth the time and effort of trying to show them and escalating to a supervisor.

July 27, 2020, 05:20:24 PM
Re: More Upgradeable Turkish Fare Classes
book with matrix
The chrome plugin is awesome. Just click the plug in and you're done. No more copying and pasting

July 30, 2020, 02:46:46 PM
Re: Kosher, Kashrus and Hechsherim Master thread
What's the problem?
do you check for an OU on every box if cereal you regularly purchase? Many don't. They should but they don't. Now say the 9oz box is has a kosher symbol, 12 oz doesn't, but the 16 oz does. Can you see how that might be confusing? Would if the case of  1.5 oz  do but the 1.75 oz ones don't and they have an identical label.

It's more if a widespread issue and the consumer should be aware. You also run into a similar issue where a product one region is certified but in another region the same product is not certified. Often the only solution is to decertify all of it.

July 31, 2020, 05:43:04 PM
Re: Israel to have vaccine for all residents by the end of Q1 2021
personally, such announcement are irresponsible. Announcements shouldn't be made until vaccines are ready for distribution.

August 06, 2020, 11:14:34 AM
Re: Life Hacks, Post Your Favorites!
Not a secure idea.
Better use a random password generator in collaboration with a password manager (such as made by google) for more secure and mostly faster experience.
and then tbe password manager gets hacked and your back to square one.

August 18, 2020, 05:50:30 AM
Re: JetBlue Kicks Frum Family Off Plane For 2 Year Old Not Wearing A Mask I strongly disagree with the policy. If it's dangerous for a two yr old then it's dangerous for an infant as well. Two make the mandate apply specifically at an age known as "terrible" (twos), seems pathetically ridiculous.
That said, basics in conflict resolution is to de-escalate. Explaining to the person in control why they're wrong and your right is the exact opposite.
My two yr old would never keep a mask on for 30 seconds let alone a whole flight, but I wouldn't argue with the FA. I would apologize and stick it on his face knowing full well that he's going to rip it off in a minute. I would do that every time it was requested.
I would also try and shield him from view of the aisle by sitting him in the window seat and trying to entertain him facing the window.

August 19, 2020, 06:57:36 PM
Re: Corona Time 3 Day Getaway to the Berkshires
A little late to this party (as usual). I have a family member with a house in the Berkshires that he allows me to borrow for a few days each summer. (He is not frum, I am, so it's nowhere near Jiminy Peak). There are always a lot of fun things to do in the area.

Aside from Jiminy Peak, here are a couple of other ideas:
- Ashuwillticook Rail Trail - this is a lakeside walking/running/biking trail along the Cheshire Resevoir in Lanesbourough. You will have to bring your own bikes to ride it - but there are bike shops in the area that might rent them. The whole trail is 12 miles, but atthe moment they are redoing 6 miles of it. We brought our bikes and had a nice ride -

- Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary - another nice set of hiking trails from easy to hard - they also have live beavers living in the sanctuary - $5/person. In Lenox

- The Worthington Golf Club - - a small executive course in Worthington. It cost about $105 for the 4 of us to play, which included loaner clubs and golf carts. This is slightly more challenging than a pitch and putt course, but manageable if you are a beginner. This is about 30-45 min from central Pittsfield, add 10-15 more from Jiminy Peak

- Lee Premium Outlets - - a very small outlet mall.

- The Basketball Hall of fame is an hour away in Springfield mass

- Clapp Park in Pittsfield has some really nice playgrounds for kids - it's on Housatonic Street

In non-corona years, we've also gone to Bousqet - a ski resort near the pittsfield airport - they have a small water park in the in the summer with 3-4 water slides (and a smaller set for little kids). They went out of business because of corona, and are not open this season, but they have new owners, so we'll see where it goes.(not tznius friendly)

When my kids we're younger we went to Ioka Valley Farm which has farm themed rides and a petting zoo - right near JP
We also went to the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, which had some nice exhibits for kids as well - it's currently under renovation
and so much more.... This summer inspired us to purchase a couple of quality inflatable kayaks. The are is chock full of free hikes, waterfalls, lakes and rivers perfect for great free fun. I'm sure there are great spots like this all over the country.
Maybe next year we can do a real multi day river excursion and....

August 26, 2020, 05:32:29 PM
Re: Lakewood NJ Master Thread
You mean Frameless.
I don't have it, but my friend sells/installs. Great product. Don't know why " not recommended " for Sukkos, probably his busiest season
Pretty sure the furthest fully opened is 11' deep. Not going to work for many Sukkas.

September 01, 2020, 12:32:38 PM
Re: Car Repairs Master Thread

 Any recommendations where to buy some pads and rotors for my vehicle? best prices is?
Lets all say it together.... RockAuto!!!!

September 07, 2020, 04:46:59 PM
Re: Master Thread Of Abebee's Awesome Amazon/Walmart Deals
Hammermill Tidal 20lb Copy Paper, 8.5 x 11, 3 Ream Case, 1500 Sheets, Made in USA, Sustainably Sourced From American Family Tree Farms, 92 Bright, Acid Free, Multipurpose Printer Paper, 162180C, White ($21.28)

CMIIW, that's about $7 per team. Is that considered a good deal these days? Isn't that standard pricing

September 08, 2020, 08:14:22 AM
Re: COVID-19 (Wuhan Novel Coronavirus) Pandemic Master Thread
Disagree - had everything shut down the virus Numbers probably would have been really low what do you think would happen after 3 months of low numbers? A reopening...look at Israel! In hindsight You wouldn't open like Israel either - that's only now after you see what went on in Israel... To say that had we just known how deadly/catchy the virus is lives would've definitely been saved is wrong. We never saw a bad reopening, a NYC, a Sweden, We probably would've went the Israeli route at the minimum - and Israel saw a NYC and still did it that way....
are you disagreeing with the first point? I didn't say lockdown was there solution. Acknowledging the virus and dealing with it is the solution. Trump's solution was literally to brush it under the rug and not deal with it

September 10, 2020, 01:13:17 PM
Re: Life Hacks, Post Your Favorites!
Flashing truckers works 90% of the time.*

the other 10% of the time, they run you off the road

September 15, 2020, 07:26:19 AM