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Mar
28
comment May I vote Stack Exchange answers up or down during Chol Hamoed?
@sam: Ariel K writes elsewhere that many consider typing to be melacha. But melacha is sometimes allowed on Chol Hamoed.
Mar
28
revised May I vote Stack Exchange answers up or down during Chol Hamoed?
Clarifying. I thank Ariel K <http://judaism.stackexchange.com/a/10041/1215> for inspiring this edit.
Mar
28
revised May I vote Stack Exchange answers up or down during Chol Hamoed?
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Mar
28
asked May I vote Stack Exchange answers up or down during Chol Hamoed?
Mar
22
revised Does a cotton blanket for daytime use need tzitzis?
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Mar
22
comment Does a cotton blanket for daytime use need tzitzis?
@DoubleAA: Yes. Thank you for your edits.
Mar
22
comment Does a cotton blanket for daytime use need tzitzis?
@DoubleAA: I looked at the link. But regarding a daytime-use cotton blanket, I'm still not sure what to do.
Mar
22
asked Does a cotton blanket for daytime use need tzitzis?
Mar
22
revised Do blankets need tzitzis?
Slight copyediting.
Mar
22
revised I sleep with tzitzis on. Is there any part of the body they shouldn't touch?
Editing question to not imply any answer. Improving title.
Mar
22
suggested suggested edit on I sleep with tzitzis on. Is there any part of the body they shouldn't touch?
Mar
22
suggested suggested edit on Do blankets need tzitzis?
Mar
22
asked While sleeping in a sukkah, are you exempt from prayer?
Mar
22
revised Is there a way to expand a canvas Sukkah?
Fixing typo. Slight copyediting.
Mar
22
suggested suggested edit on Is there a way to expand a canvas Sukkah?
Feb
26
comment What does R' Feinstein say about eating kosher food in a non-kosher restaurant?
@SethJ: Is this question a subquestion of that one? Sort of, yes. But still, they shouldn't be merged: the answers are too different. Plus, some amount of duplication on the site is fine.
Feb
7
revised How can you get hot kosher food on campus?
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Feb
7
comment How can you get hot kosher food on campus?
@HodofHod: Upon reflection, I think you're right for many reasons. • College students can generally turn to their local food-services department and maybe also Hillel. They often live in housing shared with non-Jews. • Non-students are in a different situation. Non-students might work for a company with a corporate cafeteria that will help them. But they also might not. Non-students also tend to have private apartments with kosher kitchens. And non-students are less likely to be able to go on the Grandma meal plan. • In summary, being in college may indeed change the situation a lot.
Feb
7
comment How can you get hot kosher food on campus?
The wait sounds like it was very frustrating. Why did it take 40 minutes for them to heat up an airplane meal for you? At your school, could you phone the cafeteria ahead of time every day? Better yet, could you put in a standing order for the staff to heat up a kosher meal for you at the beginning of every cafeteria shift?
Feb
7
comment How can you get hot kosher food on campus?
Thank you for this useful post, and thank you for the edits. One tip: When eating an airplane meal, if you add fruit, bread, toast, or a sandwich, you'll end up more full.