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Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed Laundry during the nine days in the case of bed bugs
Jul
10
accepted Hamster Food and Chometz
Jul
10
revised Is Free will balanced?
added translation
Jul
9
revised Is Free will balanced?
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Jul
9
answered Is Free will balanced?
Jul
7
comment Making a shechayanu on clothing
@DoubleAA I'm not aware of any historical reasons. Anyway, that's not something the questioner was interested in.
Jul
7
comment Making a shechayanu on clothing
@DoubleAA no, do you ask about coincidence? My previous comment tries to explain the "why" and in the answer you have "when".
Jul
7
comment Making a shechayanu on clothing
@DoubleAA do you say it for each machlokes between rishonim and ahronim?
Jul
7
comment Do dental instruments need to be toyveled?
@DoubleAA I'm not arguing about it, just was asking.
Jul
6
comment Do dental instruments need to be toyveled?
@SethJ 2. doesn't they become hot when you drill?
Jul
4
comment Fireworks on Motzei Shabbos
If the problem is to miss davening in a minyan, then it's another question, has nothing to do with shabbos. According the havdalah - I don't think there is problem to postpone it. Actually, one can make havdalah even on the next day.
Jul
4
comment Fireworks on Motzei Shabbos
What obligations do mean? Ma'ariv and Havdalah? You can make them later?
Jul
4
revised Making a shechayanu on clothing
add sources
Jul
4
comment Making a shechayanu on clothing
@DoubleAA Maybe because now we buy things more frequently and we are really happy only when we start use them.
Jul
4
comment Making a shechayanu on clothing
@Yehoshua There are sources in the article I've linked, I'll add them to the answer.
Jul
4
answered Making a shechayanu on clothing
Jul
4
revised where did a“t b”sh come from?
delete extra word
Jul
4
answered where did a“t b”sh come from?
Jun
29
awarded  Informed
Jun
20
comment Sheva Brachos when getting divorced
@msh210 first citation is gruhsas libo in Nedorim, point 7 in he.wikipedia.org/wiki/… and according to second citations - it's "k" from "yaal kagam" where the halaha is according to Abaye against Rove (don't remember who say what). Anyway, I think that the prohibition of bnei tisha midos is not strong enough to invalidate the kiddushin.