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Hi, I love answering and questions that generate a lot of controversy!

I also love working at Newman & Bright!


Mar
19
comment Kol Dichfin, Why So Hesitant?
@mefaresh I happen to think its an excellent point, +1
Feb
25
comment Should I really go to Gehinnom if my wife tells me to?
Never seen a question with so many upvotes and downvotes. The community is split!
Feb
25
comment Thinking about Purim Torah in the bathroom
Makes sense !!!
Feb
25
comment Is this the Chofetz Chaim?
The Chofetz Chaim appears at 0:56, youtu.be/87XlDRjmPME?t=56s
Feb
25
comment Man using a woman's siddur
Why so many downvotes on this question?
Feb
25
comment Why did Mordechai not let Bigson & Seresh assasinate the king?
+1. Very good answer. I would point out though regarding your last point that it says somethere (dont know where) that Achashaveroish was a bigger Anti Semite then Haman.
Feb
23
comment Who is meant by Auntie Malka in friday night Zemiros?
@SethJ that is how Shidduchim start
Feb
23
comment Who is meant by Auntie Malka in friday night Zemiros?
@SethJ why, dont we all have an Auntie Malka :)
Feb
23
comment Who is meant by Auntie Malka in friday night Zemiros?
Very creative +1
Feb
23
comment Is one allowed to carry an object through an opposite force on Shabbos?
@DoubleAA yet the actual force that moves the item is from the magnet. If you blow harder, the item will move quicker. If you move the magnet with more speed to the item, it wont change the speed of the escaping object.
Feb
23
comment Is one allowed to carry an object through an opposite force on Shabbos?
@DoubleAA that occurred to me as well, although that might be Kocho whereas here it not his power.
Feb
23
comment Is one allowed to carry an object through an opposite force on Shabbos?
@andrewmh20 if it was attached yet was not considered part of the original item, then I assume it would be considered carrying as you are carrying that as well.
Feb
22
comment Was Vashti Evil?
You may be right, I suppose the OP can clarify anyway.
Feb
22
comment Was Vashti Evil?
For that price the Amoiroim saw everything in the verse, the OP wanted something stated clearly that didnt need Torah She'Baal Peh. IMO.
Feb
22
comment Was Vashti Evil?
First of all I understood the OP to mean evil as in wicked to people, not to Hashem. Secondly, where is this clear in the text itself?
Feb
22
comment Why did Mordechai not let Bigson & Seresh assasinate the king?
@IsaacKotlicky even though she did not become Ossur as she was an Oinus, there was a way out here that makes the Oinus unnecessary. Let the king be killed.
Feb
22
comment Why did Mordechai not let Bigson & Seresh assasinate the king?
@mevaqesh oops, my mistake sorry
Feb
22
comment Why did Mordechai not let Bigson & Seresh assasinate the king?
@mevaqesh not sure what you mean. Esther was a Jewess and was not allowed to consort with the King.
Feb
22
comment Why did Mordechai not let Bigson & Seresh assasinate the king?
He had more of a commitment to stop Esther from commiting adultery then saving a non jew's death.
Feb
21
comment Yiddish song about children learning the aleph-bet in a warm room
@ErelSegalHalevi a pleasure. Actually I myself was looking for this song's name after watching Schindlers List. The movie plays it during a massacre as far as I can remember.