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revised Is ad-blocker software permissible?
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May
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revised May I play a computer game which includes Greek mythological creatures?
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May
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comment May I play a computer game which includes Greek mythological creatures?
@msh210: Unfortunately I have too many other things on my mind. :(
May
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comment While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
@yoel: I'd be intrigued to find out your rabbi's answer. It would be great if you could please create a separate question and attach his answer.
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revised While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
Dejargonifying.
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suggested suggested edit on While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
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revised While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
Numbering the answer to match the question. Also, dejargonifying.
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revised While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
Modifying the answer to match the question. Also, dejargonifying.
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comment While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
Related: "May I play a computer game which includes Greek mythological creatures?"
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asked May I play a computer game which includes Greek mythological creatures?
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answered May I play a computer game which includes Greek mythological creatures?
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accepted While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
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suggested suggested edit on While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
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answered While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
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revised While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
Added a second related question.
May
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comment What do you have to check for Shatnez?
-1. A) R' Yirmiyohu Kaganoff disagrees with your first point. See his article "When Must I Check for Shatnez?". He looks at the sources and finds that, regarding garments, they aren't choshesh only for a mi'ut hamatzuy. B) See this post, s.vv. "It usually differs even from one identical suit to the next". C) Dear Ariel: Could you please edit your post and remove your theory about identical suits? D) Also, can you cite any rabbi to support your remaining points?
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comment What do you have to check for Shatnez?
Dear Ariel: Can you cite any rabbi to support your post? Because R' Yirmiyohu Kaganoff disagrees with you. See his article "When Must I Check for Shatnez?". He looks at the sources and finds that, regarding garments, they aren't choshesh only for a mi'ut hamatzuy.
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comment While playing a computer game, may I “worship” one of the game's “gods” to help me win?
@MonicaCellio: In the game, I do not play myself: I play a fictional character, such as a warrior or an archer. But when the game asks me to name the character, I might enter my real name: this makes the game assign a sensible filename to my saved game data file.