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Just Shmooze / Is Dan a rock star?
« on: May 06, 2013, 11:17:43 PM »
We all love Dan etc etc etc, but I think the rhetoric is getting a little outta hand.
Im not trying to start a whole messianic thread or anything... ;D  ;)

Tech Talk / Want to start a simple machines forum for a class
« on: May 06, 2013, 01:46:24 PM »
My understanding is that I just need to download the free forum software onto my computer and then set it up. Is it really that simple?
Also can a small forum run on my own PC?

For weekday, dont wanna spend more than ~$300 but less is better :)
I don't know anything about what's currently in style or where shop...

An Orthodox Jewish woman is suing makeup giant Lancome, claiming that its “24-hour” foundation doesn’t really last that long — and so doesn’t stay on long enough to get her through the Sabbath.

Rorie Weisberg of upstate Monsey says the French luxury-cosmetics maker committed the sin of false advertising when it claimed that its new Teint Idole Ultra 24H provides a full day and night of “lasting perfection.”

Because of the product’s failure, she says, she can’t look good and stay holy at the same time.

“The 24-hour claim was central to plaintiff’s purchase decision, as a long-lasting makeup assists with her dual objectives of compliance with religious law and enhancement to her natural appearance,” her suit says.

Court papers say Weisberg “is an Orthodox Jew and abides by Jewish law by not applying makeup from sundown on Friday until nighttime on Saturday.” This means the makeup would have been crucial to helping her keep Jewish law, especially at major family occasions.

“Specifically, plaintiff’s eldest son is having his bar mitzvah celebration in June and plaintiff was looking for a long-lasting foundation that would achieve the foregoing dual objectives over the bar mitzvah Sabbath,” the suit says.

It charges that the pricey face paint — $45 for a 1-ounce bottle — “faded significantly” overnight.

The Manhattan federal-court filing accuses Lancome of violating New York business law through “deceptive acts and practices.”

The suit seeks unspecified damages from Lancome and parent company L’Oréal on behalf of Weisberg and everyone else who bought the flesh-colored goop, as well as a “corrective advertising campaign.”

L’Oréal didn’t return requests for comment.

Just Shmooze / Gentlemen: Charge your shavers!
« on: April 25, 2013, 05:10:59 PM »

Tech Talk / Can you watch "Matzav videos" on an android?
« on: April 23, 2013, 10:11:55 PM »
Someone asked me... Thanks

Just Shmooze / E-library's are ridiculous
« on: April 22, 2013, 10:49:25 PM »
I have to place a hold, and wait until my title becomes available. How on earth is an e book "not available"? I not sure how these things work, its not like its a real book, right?

Wife works for a national, non jewish agency (basically funded by the government). Couple of months ago she reduced her hours. This has not been reflected in her salary. (via direct deposit).
 She emailed her supervisor and the payroll person/HR a couple of weeks ago and they responded that its going to be taken care of....
Should I be concerned that one day they will ask us for a big check?

Does anyone have experience with this, can you recommend a good firm/CPA/Lawyer/Investment advisor that will assist and advise in how to do this properly. ?

Bought by mistake. 2 available.

Just Shmooze / Can you BBQ fish on a meat grill?
« on: April 16, 2013, 12:59:17 PM »
On the Weber?  ;)
Is it ok to BBQ fish on a meat grill or do you need extra racks? Just askin

Or do they just look at some kind of general score?

Just Shmooze / the page numbers on the topics on ddf are blurred
« on: March 31, 2013, 03:46:45 PM »

Deals/Deal Requests / free case of matzo at shoprite lakewood
« on: March 25, 2013, 05:32:25 PM »
OU P non shmura. Just bring to registe

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