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Security expert and experienced Windows programmer


May
14
comment words often mispronounced
@msh210, same as on the meta thread, I'm referring to yeshivish, and "Ashkenoizis" (as opposed to Ashkenazit...)
May
14
answered Tish'a Ushloshim Umatayim - mi yodeya?
May
14
answered Tish'a Ushloshim Umatayim - mi yodeya?
May
14
comment TOras chayim or ToRAS chayim in 19th b'racha?
Actually, the correct pronounciation would be "toRAT". Other than that, this is correct.
May
13
comment words often mispronounced
Are you also excluding mistaken dialects? i.e. correct (or I should say common) in a given dialect, but that dialect is not correct Hebrew?
May
13
comment words often mispronounced
that should be "kochacha", as in "yours" not "his". But yes, I;m bugged by that one...
May
12
awarded  Quorum
May
12
comment Passing an infant across a table
Probably has to do with wide tables, and worry about dropping the baby. Or leaky diapers dripping on the table. Seems more like one of those "I cut off the ends of the roast because my pan was too small. Why did you?" things...
May
12
awarded  Commentator
May
12
comment Do Jewish people keep a Bible or other scripture in their homes?
@Yaakov, thank you, I stand corrected - I do remember learning that now, its what happens when I write too early in the morning :)
May
12
answered Shemona Ushloshim Umatayim - mi yodeya?
May
12
comment Do Jewish people keep a Bible or other scripture in their homes?
If I'm not mistaken, the commandment is for a King to write his own sefer torah, I don't think it applies to everyone?
May
12
comment Shiv'a Ushloshim Umatayim - mi yodeya?
@Alex is correct, that verse is close, but not quite. Still, I'll leave it for entertainment value...
May
11
answered Standardized charity documentation in Israel?
May
11
comment Shiv'a Ushloshim Umatayim - mi yodeya?
Heya Shaul! thanks...
May
11
comment Robot as a competent proxy?
Btw, isnt this similar to the debate about matza shmura, between hand- and machine- made? That is, some hold the machine cant have the correct intent, whereas others hold that the machine does not need the intent, but it can be more precise with the timings and such.
May
11
comment Robot as a competent proxy?
@yydl what about a robot with a real-time camera builtin? still being watched...
May
11
awarded  Teacher
May
11
answered Shiv'a Ushloshim Umatayim - mi yodeya?
May
11
comment What's the leading medical explanation for the “woman whose husbands keep dying” (“katlanit”) phenomenon?
Is the woman not suspected of foul play, at any stage?