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Re: Free Torah Libraries Online-Torah/halachic resources
Are there any dad yomi shiurim that go thru all the tosfos?
R Asher Arielli  :P

April 29, 2017, 04:21:08 PM
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Re: New Like feature Lol
May 03, 2017, 10:11:54 AM
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Re: Dan's Deals Resale
There was a spellchecker for sale earlier
Which would find nothing wrong with his post

May 09, 2017, 09:39:05 PM
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Re: WOW Air: TLV-NYC for $149 one way!
I can't remember the last time I let an airline weigh or measure my carry on. They only weigh your carry on at check in counters. If I have no suitcase, I skip the counter altogether and if I have a suitcase to check in, I leave my carry on with someone or on the side while I check in and that way they never weigh it.

The closest I got to them catching me was when I flew Wizz air intra Europe. The girl by the gate looked suspiciously at my giant carry on which was significantly larger and heavier than allowed and asked incredulously: Did they measure you bag upstairs. I gave her a huge grin and responded enthusiastically: Of course! It didn't fit at first and I stuffed it and stuffed it until it fit!
I've had carry-on weighed by gate.

(I had left carry-on on side by check-in, but the agent noticed it and made me weigh it on scale. Of course, it was overweight. She tried forcing me to pay, but I refused and said I would leave it by a friend in city and wouldn't be taking it. Of course, she knew I was lying, and warned me that I would get stopped by gate and wouldn't be able to bring it onto plane. I said thank you, left, went through security, and then transferred half the stuff from the carry-on into duty free bags. When I got to gate, waiting there was non other than the witch from check-in, salivating over her prey. She grabbed bag from me, weighed it, and was crushed when it was within the weight limit.)

May 15, 2017, 04:20:36 PM
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Re: The funny/strange/interesting/random pictures thread Lol


May 15, 2017, 08:02:50 PM
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Re: Global Ransomware Attack
Ransom messages apparently only popped up Friday.  You mean to suggest that peoples data was encripted long before and they just didn't realize it, or that with in the space of a few hours hundreds of thousands of systems were initially infected, encrypted, and ransomed?
The latter. And I'm not merely suggesting...that was how it worked. On mid Thursday the virus was first released in the wild and on Friday it already had 200k+ PCs infected!

That, my friend, is the power of human laziness and ignorance... Or as someone puts it: Microsoft may have patches Windows but has not released a patch for human stupidity...

May 16, 2017, 06:37:23 AM
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Re: Keeping Up With The Kushners https://www.ou.org/life/inspiration/its-not-your-concern/
May 19, 2017, 11:03:25 AM
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Re: Interesting Articles...
Climbing Down Into Airline Hell, Year by Year https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2017-06-20/climbing-down-into-airline-hell-year-by-year

"...You get what you pay for! The airlines, realizing that they’d never make money in a deregulated environment with only 60 percent of their seats filled, shrank their fleets even as they accommodated more passengers."
Thanks to: Tucker Van Eck, Joe Brancatelli, Joe Sharkey, R.D. Sussmann-Dewberry, Brett Snyder (“The Cranky Flier”), Scott McCartney’s “Middle Seat” column in the Wall Street Journal, Airlines For America, The Bureau for Transportation Statistics, Jami Counter, Daniel Eleff, Ed Perkins, George Hobica, Henry Harteveldt and Paul Hudson.

June 20, 2017, 12:36:54 PM
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Live maps of public transportation in Israel (and globally) Thought this was super cool and useful!

http://www.livemap24.com/?lat=31.789&lon=35.204&zoom=17

June 28, 2017, 04:43:12 AM
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Re: Installing smart thermostat with no "c" wire Your "g" wire is the "c"
G stands for ground which is a Common wire or Neutral wire in thermostats

July 04, 2017, 04:12:19 PM
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