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Jun
22
comment Standing up at the Chuppa when the Kallah passes by
@msh210 I haven't read the entire thing (the copy you linked to is pretty bad), but towards the end of [:2] he does write בשעה שמברכין לכלה. Or it could be from somewhere else in the Siman...
Jun
22
comment Is there an Inyan for females to stay up Shavuos night?
@DoubleAA Well, why don't you ask?
Jun
21
comment Is there an Inyan for females to stay up Shavuos night?
@DoubleAA I don't see that. It's talking about the Tikkun...
Jun
17
comment Can an Alien convert to Judaism?
And to whomever wanted to close this as not a real question: can you explain the reason? What's not clear about it?
Jun
17
comment Can an Alien convert to Judaism?
@SethJ Actually not. According to that post I linked to the probability of there being an SE-worthy answer is actually 0. Whether a question is deemed too localized should have nothing to do with the probability of it happening. Honda's park in front of houses all the time, and there might be a good reason for it too. But the question isn't good because it's too localized.
Jun
17
comment Can an Alien convert to Judaism?
@ba Don't know who Fido the dog is, but Marvin the Martian can talk...
Jun
17
comment Can an Alien convert to Judaism?
@SethJ Because the probability of it happening is more than 0. That's all. And as far as I can tell it's a legitimate question much the same any other question is...
Jun
17
comment Can an Alien convert to Judaism?
@SethJ I think you may want to have a look at: meta.skeptics.stackexchange.com/questions/536/…
Jun
17
comment Can an Alien convert to Judaism?
@HodofHod Ah, I missed that emphasis. Either way, the conversation does stand -- a proper answer would only be if there's absolutely no room for doubt.
Jun
17
comment Can an Alien convert to Judaism?
@HodofHod That's correct. Once you take that as a given the question doesn't start. [I would, however, accept an answer if it emerges that all Rabbis agreed there was no life -- since if true, that would be an actual answer]
Jun
13
comment How does a son call up his father for an Aliyah?
@GershonGold "accept Double AAs answer as the correct one" - please note - accepting an answer has absolutely nothing to do with correctness. It merely indicates which answer is the most helpful to the asker...
Jun
5
comment When to say Tefillas Haderech on an airplane?
Either way: this sounds like a comment on the original question. After all, if one does have fear, you would agree that Tefillas Haderech is necessary.
Jun
5
comment When to say Tefillas Haderech on an airplane?
Not sure where you get "most", but I personally feel a greater fear of flying than say taking a 5-hour road trip. I would imagine many others would have the same.
Jun
4
comment What if there's a Minyan of Aveilim?
@CharlesKoppelman Sounds like a nice question. Care to ask it?
Jun
3
comment What if there's a Minyan of Aveilim?
Sounds okay. Do you have a source for that?
Jun
3
comment How were זכור and שמור said together?
@Yirmeyahu Indeed. That sounds like a very nice answer.
May
24
comment What are Brochos differences of Sefardim and Ashkenazim?
@DoubleAA No. I'm really interested in cases like the example I gave (matzo)
May
21
comment Jewish Sunrise and Sunset
@DoubleAA Thanks for that. Edited to correct.
May
15
comment Why is hair sometimes considered *erva* (nakedness) but sometimes not?
Okay. But then why do married women need to cover their hair (and not single girls)?
May
15
comment Why is hair sometimes considered *erva* (nakedness) but sometimes not?
I don't see how this answers why married is different than single