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comment Must a non-Jew accept the Noachide laws as binding?
So your question is really, "do non-Jews need to consciously observe the Noachide laws?"
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revised Studying Holocaust Responsa on Tish'ah BeAv
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comment Studying Holocaust Responsa on Tish'ah BeAv
@double let me know if you approve of the forthcoming edit, though.
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comment Studying Holocaust Responsa on Tish'ah BeAv
@double kind of unnecessarily gruesome for the purposes of my question, don't you think?
Jul
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comment Studying Holocaust Responsa on Tish'ah BeAv
@double well, it shows that one unknown internet stranger stated an opinion that could be construed as an endorsement of such practice. But I think that comes up short of my request.
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comment Studying Holocaust Responsa on Tish'ah BeAv
Those are not activities that can potentially "gladden the heart" (à la Torah study).
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comment Reputation for non-Sha'atnez?
For what it's worth, I see numerous websites that claim Jos. A. Bank is particularly bad with regard to Sha'atnez.
Jul
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comment What is the correct response to "Chazaq u'Baruch!"?
I believe the Sephardi expression is "Chazaq Uvaruch", not "Chazaq Baruch".
Jul
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comment Is asking and answering on Mi Yodeya on shabbat discouraged?
@IsaacMoses, I should preface that your previous comment is too math-y for me, so I may be off base. But I do believe you are likely not accounting for non-US, non-Israeli, non-European, Anglo content. In other words, most posts probably come from the US, Canada, UK, and Israel. Those timezone offsets may be balanced by MoTz"Sh vs. 'E"Sh. But the balance of posting from, eg., Australia might offset unevenly. Also, Sunday being a workday in Israel, and Friday being a partial workday for some, but not all, in Israel, could also skew Israeli activity for 'E"Sh/MoTz"Sh in ways unaccounted for.
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revised Is asking and answering on Mi Yodeya on shabbat discouraged?
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comment How shall we fund “Days of Awe - Mi Yodeya?”?
That said, I think we now have added room for incentive to hit the target goal. Let's do this!
Jul
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comment How shall we fund “Days of Awe - Mi Yodeya?”?
It's nice that Jewcer is not all-or-nothing, but when I worked for a non-profit organization as the community development manager, rule number one of community-based fundraising was set reasonable goals. It is very disheartening to organizers (not applicable here, obviously) and to donors to see a fundraiser "fail". Failing to reach a fundraising goal hurts the chances of achieving success in future fundraising efforts.
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comment How shall we fund “Days of Awe - Mi Yodeya?”?
Holy moly! That's awesome!
Jul
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comment "לְחֹדֶשׁ שְׁנֵים עָשָׂר" in the Megillah and Al Hanisim
This question is very confusing. Are you asking about the text of the Megillah? Are you asking about the text of 'Al HaNisim? Are you asking about leap years?
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comment Getting heat rash from tefillin
Can you Daven someplace with better air conditioning?
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revised Is there an 'Inyan of Upsherin for girls?
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revised Reputation for non-Sha'atnez?
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revised When may one do a Hechi Kedushah?
Grammar.
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revised What halachot does an American traveling to Israel have to be made aware of?
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