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Oct
4
answered What do you say when asked Shidduch information
Oct
4
comment Meya - mi yodeya?
Oh plus lashes.
Oct
4
comment Meya - mi yodeya?
=400 zuz, double that of similar offenses (ones umefateh).
Oct
3
accepted Riddle: when would a couple be forced to break their engagement?
Oct
3
asked Riddle: when would a couple be forced to break their engagement?
Oct
3
answered Crocs on Yom Kippur?
Oct
3
answered Source of Burning Lulav with Chometz
Oct
3
answered Saying Ulichaporas Pasha in Musaf of Rosh Chodesh
Oct
3
comment Does the rebbetzin (rabbi's wife) have a special seat in the ezras nashim (women's side of the synagogue)?
Were these places chasidish? Yeshivish? MO? American? Israeli? Any kind of trend you can describe?
Oct
3
asked Does the rebbetzin (rabbi's wife) have a special seat in the ezras nashim (women's side of the synagogue)?
Oct
3
accepted What do sukkahmobiles use for schach, and how do they keep it fastened?
Oct
3
asked Why are several Biblical characters called “man of the Lord” (Ish HaElokim), but no one in the Bible is ever “man of God” (Ish Hashem)?
Oct
3
answered Organ donations
Sep
29
asked What food product was the Birkei Yosef discussing when he said Bishul Akum didn't apply?
Sep
29
asked In the Bible, why did robbers bother tunneling into houses to rob them?
Sep
29
comment What are the halachic boundaries between a brother and sister?
Right; you shouldn't daven if your adult sister is standing right there half-naked. But I'd think what's required vis-a-vis davening might be different than what's allowed in other settings.
Sep
28
asked What's the difference in Biblical Hebrew between “zahav” and “paz”?
Sep
28
comment Meya - mi yodeya?
Woops sorry you're right. I'm not such an expert on polygamy. :)
Sep
28
answered Cholopshkes or stuffed cabbage on Simchas Torah
Sep
28
comment How do you build an eruv from your house to your sukkah?
YDK -- the wire has lechis on both sides, it is a tzuras hapesach. (Couldn't you see that from the beautiful picture? :) )