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Re: PSA: Wells Fargo shut down 6 months? That's short. Ask them why they didn't open up accounts for you in your name.
October 22, 2017, 02:07:01 PM
Re: Amazon started taking pictures of your products once delivered.
Ordered two packages same day delivery and on my Amazon account I see pictures of my package delivered sitting on my front lawn. Very cool.

Thats a lawn in Brooklyn... ;D

November 27, 2017, 09:23:37 PM
Re: US Politics/2016 Election Pick Your Poison Master Thread
I wouldn't call it just fine. Also, had he been running against a better candidate he may not have won.
I don't think he could have beat anyone besides HRC. Everyone, Ds and Rs, hated her.
I don't think this country will ever nominate 2 more despised candidates than we did in 2016.

December 13, 2017, 09:24:22 AM
Re: US Politics/2016 Election Pick Your Poison Master Thread
And I think Harvey Weinstein was a watershed moment. The rules are changing for abusers.
No way guys like Matt Lauer lose their jobs otherwise.
I agree but pedophilia is a while different ball game

December 13, 2017, 09:39:21 AM
Re: US Politics/2016 Election Pick Your Poison Master Thread
You must have this line copy/pasted😀😀
No but I do have this one.  :P

How low can he go?

December 13, 2017, 03:38:12 PM
Re: Jewish Music (New CDs, hock, and opinions)


December 15, 2017, 08:53:14 AM
Re: NFL Master Thread

Look, I'm not going to argue which sport is better. That's a matter of taste. But as a fan of both, I can tell you which way I feel each one is going.

You have injuries, injuries, injuries, pass interference, no pass interference, beautiful touchdowns that aren't considered catches, more injuries vs the Dodgers, Astros, Yankees, Cubs, Nationals, Indians, Angels, Red Sox, and many other teams with young generational talents. It's insane.

December 17, 2017, 08:46:25 PM
Re: Rubashkin freed from prison. What's absolutely mind-boggling to consider is if the judge had not been such a zealot, and sentenced him to, say, 16 years (which would have been both (i) far more consistent with comparable sentences and (ii) not more than the 25 years the prosecutors had asked for!), the outcry would not have been as big, the support to free him not as widespread, and the unity among klal yisroel not as strong.

It was precisely because of the unprecedented 27-year sentence that he's out after "only" eight, and not sitting for double that.

I think there's a relevant lesson here. Not often are people in this world afforded the opportunity to see the maxim of "gam zu letovah" come to vibrant life, that if the hand of God is moving, it is only doing so for the best. 

An analogy that has always struck me is embroidery.  As you may know, the bottom of an embroidered picture is a chaotic, haphazard mess.  However, from the perspective of the creator, everything is in deliberate, beautiful, harmonized order.

Too many times in life we look up, shake our heads, and wonder "How could this happen?" "What did we do to deserve this?"

In those trying times, think of Shalom Rubashkin and the embroidered picture, and know that although it may look ugly from our humanly vantage (from the bottom), that is not so in true reality--from above, this, that, or whatever, is deliberate, beautiful, and for the best.

December 20, 2017, 08:01:01 PM
Re: Rubashkin freed from prison.
Some of us don't agree with the response and fanfare to which much of the frum community is reacting. Sure his sentence was too long, but he's not a hero and doesn't deserve a hero's welcome. The government changed its mind about the details of the conviction, but it's no reason to celebrate to such an extent.
The celebration was for his effective life sentence being commuted to the 8 years he served. Something that Orrin Hatch called a Chanukah miracle.

If he was sentenced to 8 years, none of the calibrations would be going on

December 21, 2017, 06:48:48 PM
Re: Multiple Jewish People Missing Kidneys After Bariatric Surgery In Mexico
I say, if the surgery works, it's worth the kidney.

Totally. That's like half a pound, right there.

December 31, 2017, 01:46:14 AM