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Amazing!
Note pick up in Lakewood
Cool though never heard of that Hechsher before (not OU :D )

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ALOR but IIRC my rav said yes. He also said that R Shlomo Zalman said that a bechor can join a siyum (with a minyan) over the phone.
Not sure where you got the minyan part, but regardless it is definitely better to make your own Siyum (veven according to RSZ).

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From the Star-K website:
https://www.star-k.org/articles/articles/seasonal/357/the-busiest-day-of-the-year-the-laws-of-erev-pesach/
Indeed some treat gebrokt as Chometz mamash but I don't I don't burn gebrokts on Pesach nor do I kasher my pots after making knaidlach on the last day. I go thtis Psak from a Rav.

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mishna berura addresses this unless you mean cleaning on leil יד?
Nope. See below. Also, I heard that when he did Bedika he would ask his family if this drawer was cleaned, if the answer was yes then he would move on to the next drawer and ask and so on.

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Any recommendations for a good haggada for preparing for kids seder?
What ages?

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do you have the source? The mechaber clearly writes that you have to be bodek , even if you have already cleaned. תלג:יא
שלמי מועד page שיא I will rephrase what I said, it seems like he is assuming/asserting that the cleaning is also including a bedika that the person makes sure that there is no Chametz there.

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Three things:
1-The kitchen takes longer than you think. Leave yourself plenty of time to kasher and cover AFTER the cleaning is all done.
2-Preparing for the seder also takes time.
3-Don't forget that everyone needs to eat on Erev Pesach. Some ideas: vegetable soup, potato knishes, fried hamburgers and yapchik.

For the record, you are allowed to eat kneidlach on erev pesach! and believe it or not, they are not Chametz! Although whose of us who are makpid on gebrokts (myself included) would need a pot to cook it in.

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[/size]I tell my wife there is no concept in halacha of "cleaning" for Pesach, only searching for chametz. Cleaning is only necessary in places that might come in contact with food on Pesach, and to the extent cleaning is necessary to make searching possible.Agree?
You need to search for Chometz wherever there may be chometz in the house. According to Reb Shlomo Zalman Auerbach, once you cleaned you do not need bedika (probably because it is now considered בדוק). So technically you are right that only the kitchen and eating areas need cleaning. But if you don't clean your closets etc, you MUST do a bedika thoroughly especially if you have young children in th house.

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Blocked by my filter.

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They knocked off the audio part for the free plan :(  you need to pay if you want phone conferencing.

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Up In The Air / Re: HELP!! Flight canceled, what next?
« on: February 09, 2020, 12:22:26 AM »
Seems like I will probably just cancel and rebook on my own,  figuring out the options. Probably cheaper this way.

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Up In The Air / Re: HELP!! Flight canceled, what next?
« on: February 08, 2020, 08:48:19 PM »
So how do I get them to?

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Up In The Air / Re: HELP!! Flight canceled, what next?
« on: February 08, 2020, 07:24:30 PM »
I am on the phone with AA was just wondering what standard MO is in these cases (rebook direct, on a different airline...)

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Up In The Air / Re: HELP!! Flight canceled, what next?
« on: February 08, 2020, 07:08:18 PM »
They calim there is a snowstorm in PHL?! not quite sure what they are talking about...

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Up In The Air / HELP!! Flight canceled, what next?
« on: February 08, 2020, 07:04:30 PM »
I was booked PHL-LHR-TLV for tonight (12 hr layover on LHR I planned to get out of the airport). Booked with UR via BA on AA metal. Flight 728 is canceled. What do I do now?

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