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Deals/Deal Requests / Re: New Coin Deal
« on: Yesterday at 12:35:34 PM »
You run with the wrong crowd.  :)

I must run with the wrong crowd too, since I tried for 20 minutes and every time I completed the transaction (step 4) the US Mint site would crash and I had to go back to my cart again.

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Deals/Deal Requests / Neiman Marcus Last Call $100 off $200
« on: Yesterday at 09:55:47 AM »
www.lastcall.com

CODE - SAVENOW

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what is wrong with non-kosher animals?

I dont see an issue, but some on the more right wing of the spectrum will not allow their children to wear clothes with non kosher animals on them.

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Not that many kosher animal play sets, why not.

My AC's cousin wont give the kids any clothing or toys if the animals are not kosher, but given Barbie's attire in the set I don't think this would make their accepted list...

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I can't believe anyone would buy this

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I. Kashrus

We are familiar with the Torah law prohibiting one from eating non-kosher food. This halacha only prohibits the consumption of non-kosher food. One may, however, derive benefit from non-kosher food.3 The “minhag haolam” (custom) is to include in this category the application of non-kosher cosmetics to the skin.4 For example, it is permissible for one to apply facial creams or lotions containing animal derivatives. One may even apply non-kosher ingredients to one’s lips (e.g. lipstick, lip balm). This is true even though one may inadvertently swallow traces of lipstick that mix with food. These trace amounts of lipstick are batel b’shishim (1:60 or less).5

If there is no intention to swallow a non-food product (e.g. toothpaste, mouthwash, floss), one need not worry about the ingredients.6 Nonetheless, it is a hiddur to use kosher products if they might inadvertently be swallowed. If a product is intentionally swallowed (e.g. breath spray and breath freshener strips), the product requires kosher certification.7

https://www.star-k.org/articles/articles/seasonal/353/the-kashrus-shabbos-and-pesach-guide-to-cosmetics/

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Up In The Air / Re: Alaska BOGO
« on: November 18, 2019, 03:19:18 PM »
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This offer is intended only for recipients of the "Buy One Get One" email sent from deals@iflyalaskaair.com. Buy one coach class ticket at the regular price and get a second ticket for just the taxes. Discount code is valid for 50% off coach base fare levels published at alaskaair.com. Valid for itineraries with exactly two people, traveling together and booked and ticketed at the same time in the same reservation and at the same fare; valid for one-way or round-trip travel. If the itinerary is canceled or changed, any refund or credit issued will be for the discounted price for each ticket. Fare basis code information can be found in the section entitled "View Fare and Baggage Rule" on the Itinerary and Price Summary page. Fare types that are ineligible for this discount may be lower than other fares with discount code applied. One discount allowed per reservation. Discount not valid on all fares, including but not limited to Mileage Plan Award Reservations, Alaska Airlines Vacation packages, tour or contract fares, and many privately filed fares. Any Discount Code value remaining after purchase is forfeited.

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Deals/Deal Requests / CVS 55% off canvas prints
« on: November 13, 2019, 02:50:44 PM »
www.cvs.com
Promo code ART55

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to answer part of my own question:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0058TWDJO/
1 ream $7 -$4 coupon = $3

I would put that deal on the DDMS.

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Since I’m in violation I have 15 days to remove it. By pushing off the court date that may Result in a fine  for the days I have it on my property

So how did this work out for you?

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