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Re: The funny / strange etc. pictures thread wow! bh!!!!! :) :) :) :) :) :)
December 06, 2011, 05:53:19 PM
Re: why does DD's hate Elal He is bringing awareness to a terrible episode that elal chose to screw their customers royally. They deserve the full brunt of this.
Halivay Vaytur

June 19, 2018, 12:43:35 PM
Re: What if my flight is cancelled due to Corona?
My sister was booked on Lufthansa flight from tlv - jfk which just got canceled. She booked through a website go to gate which she got from google flights. Lufthansa is telling her she needs to talk to the ota but she has been on hold for over 3 hours already.
any advice or tips would be appreciated
Yah advice is donít buy flights from crappy websites

March 05, 2020, 08:33:30 PM
Re: Will the truth come out how this administration made blunder after blunder? ok we get the point you dont like trump
thank you for sharing your insight

March 30, 2020, 12:16:48 PM
Re: Is there any good news in the fight against COVID-19?
Is is just me or did other folks also see families coming from out to town to in-laws parents for Yom Tov when everyone said not to. Iím working on myself to be don lachav zechos, but itís hard.

Most people listened
This is a very small group of reckless ppl
Not the bulk of us at all
In my neighborhood where there is barely a Minyan Pesach 99% stayed home

April 12, 2020, 11:22:22 AM
Re: Residential Mortgages I propose they should give everyone a centurion card with no spending limit
Nearly as ridiculous

April 19, 2020, 09:42:12 PM
Re: Box of 50 3PLY masks $40 (Delivered in BP/Flatbush) mandatory to wear a face covering not masks
scarf is free

April 22, 2020, 04:29:12 PM
Re: Delta to tlv opening May 8
Appears to be cancelling does mean the same thing as are being cancelled.
Where did you guys learn English?

Never mind that just about every other flight that was zeroed was cancelled. When a flight is zeroed then it appears to be cancelling.

To many of your illiterate followers this meant panic like idiots

April 22, 2020, 06:15:56 PM
Re: Re: 5 Towns/Rockaway Master Thread Iím not taking sides here as Iím enjoying the nightly pop corn chat but from what I hear if the 5T local doctors giving advice would get their way (which they may get for some sides of the aisle) they will close shuls until we have no memory of corona. (Not tanking months ... talking a lot longer)
Heard first hand for all those asking my source

May 03, 2020, 11:38:13 PM
Re: BOON HIGHCHAIR Itís an amazing high chair
Also very very easy to clean
Highly highly recommend
And price is not bad at all

May 03, 2020, 11:40:28 PM
Re: Re: 5 Towns/Rockaway Master Thread
Why is it not a mehalach? How is it pointless? More people together the more is spreads. Supermarkets are bad but you got to eat, cleaning ladies are bad and Iíve seen rabbis say that. But how can you tell me that having minyanim and causing even more people to gather and pass on the virus is not bad as well?

A small controlled outdoor minyan will be easier to control than walking in to gg

May 03, 2020, 11:53:02 PM
Re: Re: 5 Towns/Rockaway Master Thread
And we can buy groceries at this minyan? Cmon man complete the thought here

Just like they went nuclear on the minyanim they can easily do so for groceries
Shut them down and make it pickup only or delivery
Would save more lives than minyanim
Ppl walk around and use their hands a lot more in groceries
And babysitters : just ridiculous
May as well screw social distancing If having help bring their germs directly into your house

May 04, 2020, 12:02:24 AM
Re: $100 Dell Statement Credit from Amex
Right back at you!


paid immediately

May 04, 2020, 05:42:04 PM
Re: 5 Towns/Rockaway Rabbonim Ban All Minyanim Due To COVID-19 (Split Topic)

I would like to make some points in response to the letter of Rabbi Billet.
This should not be taken in any way as being disrespectful, but as an Infectious Disease
physician who has been involved in the care of hundreds of patients with Covid 19, I
would like to share my perspective.
1. I suppose that Rabbi Billet is relying on medical authorities for some of his
statements. I am concerned that he may not have the true picture of the situation. He
states, "things have gotten slightly better." From my vantage point, things have gotten
dramatically better. The difference between now and two months ago is night and day.
Two months ago, new infections raged through the frum Jewish community like a tidal
wave. Today, I do not hear about any new cases in any of our frum communities
although, I admit I cannot be sure that there are not a few. I have spoken to Hatzalah
members who say that the calls have gone back to "preCovid" numbers. Even outside
communities which had their "tidal wave," a month ago or more, now have very few
cases. I work at Einstein. The emergency room is nearly empty. Six weeks ago it was
flooded with Covid 19 patients. I have spoken to physicians in other hospitals who share
this experience. I know it may be true that there are areas that are experiencing their
"tidal wave" now, but so far none of these have had any impact on the frum community.
 Some have quoted the death figures to show how things are still bad. However,
generally the deaths that are occurring currently are in patients who have been sick for
weeks. This does not reflect on the current disease activity.
2. Rabbi Billet concedes that "there is no question that there are ways that safe services
can take place." He then says that "once we loosen our current standards, chaos will
ensue."... Many unsupervised social gatherings will transpire."
If 95% of the community complies and 5% don't, I do not think that the 95% should be
deprived of participating in safe services, that Rabbi Billet concedes are possible. For
the 5% who take risks, that is their issue and the entire community should not be
deprived. I do not think that community leaders should feel responsibility for those who
defy the regulations and take their own risk.
3. "There is always the possibility that the worst has passed and with the arrival of warm
weather, the virus will disappear forever." . We do not have to look into the future for
any reason to be optimistic. Right now, the situation is dramatically better than it was
two months ago. We do not have to count on the virus disappearing forever to have
safe services now. With regard for the possibility that there will be a resurgence, there
may not be. Based on that argument, even if things are as they are now, we should wait
for at least a year to see if there is a resurgence. If there is, we would have to deal with
the new situation. I do not think that having safe services will cause a new resurgence.
4. With regard to those having been sick feeling a sense of immunity, I am one of those,
and although it is not certain, most, infectious Disease specialists I have spoken to feel
that it is likely that someone who had the disease this season will not likely get it again
this season.

In summary, I understand everyone's concern. Obviously, safe services can only start
when the government allows it. This can only happen when the government is also
allowing people to go back to work. Workplaces will have their guidelines to assure
safety. I am sure that our community members will go to work. Synagogues will also
have their guidelines to assure safety. Our community members should be able to go to
the synagogues, just as they go to their work.
Daniel Berman.

Where was this written/posted

May 09, 2020, 10:09:39 PM
Re: Corona virus and your shul
I hope it stays a smile.

At this point seems they are the ones with the last laughs

May 17, 2020, 09:33:24 PM
Re: Dell Orders Keep Cancelling Same here
Thank you for posting

May 19, 2020, 05:56:42 PM
Re: yeshivas that are open first cousin-mother-sister-to you wow must've for sure been said
May 19, 2020, 11:24:28 PM
Re: Heroes Blog Here! My heroes are the People who post pop corn worthy conversations where people fight over nothing for pages and pages until dan gets fed up.
You kept up entertained for weeks on end and for this we are very appreciative. Would not have been the same without you guys.   

June 09, 2020, 08:22:38 AM
Re: Will there be Sleep Away Camp this summer? fake news as of now
July 02, 2020, 01:14:14 PM
Re: Did You Break Your Record For Days Grounded? 3 years and counting
And Iím a travel agent so no excuses ....
Shoe makers kids ....

July 05, 2020, 03:01:52 PM
Re: ELAL providing quite surprising alternatives due to July cancellations! hishtadlus would be dot complaint and dispute
July 08, 2020, 02:58:25 PM
Re: Would you fly with the common cold? I think you should also ask if he should go to Shul and the grocery while youíre at it
These are all very important questions

July 20, 2020, 10:15:28 AM
Re: Is BLM the worst thing to happen to the black community in years?
All Lives Matter

This is a safe space
Please donít trigger the snow flakes

July 22, 2020, 05:10:34 PM
Re: Let's avoid another shutdown lets avoid another chat
im sick of constant opening of chats running in circles

August 25, 2020, 06:55:05 PM
Re: South Florida Master Thread Great report
Sunscreen is what you want in Miami Beach
No need for sun tan lotion in that sun  8) 8)

October 17, 2020, 11:00:34 PM
Re: Will the Rs hold the senate?
D candidate in AK just claimed that no mail-in ballots have been counted yet, and even though he's currently trailing 62-32, he thinks he will win when mail-ins are accounted for. That would obviously be a game-changer, but I have no idea how seriously to take him.

tell him to call his boys in PA and WI and they'll help him make it happen  ;D

November 05, 2020, 09:19:49 PM
Re: Lakewood covid cases What an idiot
November 07, 2020, 08:20:01 PM
Re: The Future of Lakewood what is wrong with you
January 20, 2021, 03:03:00 PM
Re: Tragedy In Meron! hard to have a dry eye

April 30, 2021, 05:50:11 PM