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7:00 AM
rabbienu avarohom ban harambam says what we do is kriah also
kriah is 3 things
a bow which we do when davening, on the knees, and on the knees and face
where is there a free gemoroh online in hebrew
i want to look it up
 
@DhoweedYaAgov hebrewbooks.org sorry forgot the 's' :(
 
ah yea i forgot :P
np
i click on pages but its no showing up
 
i dont need commentary on rambam i need brochoth :P
 
check what jastow says on gidoh histahHawoyoh and shohHeh
ת"ר אלו ברכות שאדם שוחה בהן באבות תחלה וסוף בהודאה תחלה וסוף ואם בא לשוח בסוף כל ברכה וברכה ובתחלת כל ברכה וברכה מלמדין אותו שלא ישחה אר"ש בן פזי אריב"ל משום בר קפרא הדיוט כמו שאמרנו כהן
כהן גדול בסוף כל ברכה וברכה והמלך תחלת כל ברכה וברכה וסוף כל ברכה וברכה אמר רבי יצחק בר נחמני לדידי מפרשא לי מיניה דריב"ל הדיוט כמו שאמרנו כהן גדול תחלת כל ברכה וברכה המלך כיון שכרע שוב אינו זוקף שנאמר ויהי ככלות שלמה להתפלל וגו' קם מלפני מזבח ה' מכרוע על ברכיו: ת"ר קידה על אפים שנאמר ותקד בת שבע אפים ארץ כריעה על ברכים שנאמר מכרוע על ברכיו השתחואה זו פשוט ידים ורגלים שנאמר הבא נבא אני ואמך ואחיך להשתחות לך ארצה אמר רב חייא בריה דרב הונא חזינא להו לאביי ורבא דמצלו אצלויי תני חדא הכורע
בהודאה הרי זה משובח ותניא אידך הרי זה מגונה לא קשיא הא בתחלה הא לבסוף רבא כרע בהודאה תחלה וסוף אמרי ליה רבנן אמאי קא עביד מר הכי אמר להו חזינא לרב נחמן דכרע וחזינא ליה לרב ששת דקא עבד הכי והתניא הכורע בהודאה הרי זה מגונה ההיא בהודאה שבהלל והתניא הכורע בהודאה ובהודאה של הלל הרי זה מגונה כי תניא ההיא בהודאה דברכת המזון:
gemoroh says shohHeh for both kohen jodol and a regular person
yet we know a kohen jodol doesnt bow the way we do
 
@DhoweedYaAgov we do?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov how?
stop asserting and start sourcing.
look how complicated this is, when before you asserted it was pashut
 
is azra not the kohen jogol?
jodol
 
7:28 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov it's jodhol! learn your dageshs if you are going to distinguish them
 
stick with me
:P
 
@DhoweedYaAgov the kohen gadol read torah and said brachot in the ezarat nashim on yom kippur. yes.
 
5 And at the evening offering I arose up from my fasting, even with my garment and my mantle rent; and I fell upon my knees, and spread out my hands unto the LORD my God; 6 and I said: 'O my God, I am ashamed and blush to lift up my face to Thee, my God; for our iniquities are increased over our head, and our guiltiness is grown up unto the heavens.
 
@DhoweedYaAgov i never said people in the mikdash didn't bow this way. people outside the mikdash can bow this way too, for thing slike tachanun. but it isn't the enactment to bow this way four times in the amida
 
7:31 AM
The kohen gadol mentioned in the gemara is talking about on yom kippur when he prayed
after reading the torah
 
the posuk there is to show how to bow not why he bowed...
 
@DhoweedYaAgov it showed how he bowed. again, i agree such a bow happens. just not in shmone esre
 
Our Rabbis taught: These are the benedictions in saying which one bows [in the Tefillah]: The benediction of the patriarchs,16 beginning and end, and the thanksgiving, beginning and end.17 If one wants to bow down at the end of each benediction and at the beginning of each benediction, he is instructed not to do so. R. Simeon b. Pazzi said in the name of R. Joshua b. Levi, reporting Bar Kappara: An ordinary person bows as we have mentioned;
a high priest at the end of each benediction; a king at the beginning of each benediction and at the end of each benediction.1 R. Isaac b. Nahmani said: It was explained to me by R. Joshua b. Levi that an ordinary person does as we have mentioned; a high priest bows at the beginning of each blessing; and a king, once he has knelt down, does not rise again [until the end of the Tefillah], as it says: And it was so that when Solomon had made an end of praying, … he arose from before the Altar of the Lord, from kneeling on his knees.2
 
@DhoweedYaAgov do you want to make a diyuk from your english translation?
 
7:32 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov then why quote it?
 
thought you might have problems
:P
the gemoroh is talking about shamona esrei
not tahHanun
 
i know
 
so whats the problem?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov nothing. you have been proven wrong and all is good in the world
 
@DoubleAA Double AA
@DhoweedYaAgov it showed how he bowed. again, i agree such a bow happens. just not in shmone esre
how is the bowing mentioned in the gemoroh not talking bout shamona esrei if the whole topic of that piece is shamona esrei
...
 
7:36 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov the bowing is talking about shmone esre. it's not talking about כורע though
different kind of bowing
 
give me the word for bowing
in hebrew
 
@DhoweedYaAgov the gemara says שוחה. you just quoted it
 
right
and im telling you shohHeh means a general bowing
and later on it explains these general bowings in detail
 
@DhoweedYaAgov you can say whatever you want. your question was to justify common practice and i have done so.
 
you have not
by misinterpreting a word doesnt mean you justified something
 
7:38 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov how does my read not fit the gemara?
@DhoweedYaAgov you misinterperted it
no you mistinterperted it
 
no u
i win
 
no you did
 
no youdid
this is silly
 
7:39 AM
you only think its misinterpreted because of you preconcieved idea that the rambam must be right
 
so why later on the gamoroh brings examples where rabbonim were on their sides
or on doing koreah or kida
why in tanach we see people doing it?
so these people stam just did it out of no where?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov TACHANUN!
 
right
 
right. problem solved
I'm with you that tachanun used to be on the ground
 
and the posuk that says azra was davening minhHo was also tahHanun
or maaraiv w/e one it was
 
7:41 AM
it was prayer
there was no shmone esrei fixed like today
 
Daniel 6:11: And when Daniel knew that the writing was signed, he went into his house--now his windows were open in his upper chamber toward Jerusalem--and he kneeled upon his knees three times a day, and prayed, and gave thanks before his God, as he did aforetime.
this too?
davening 3times a day on his knees
also tahHanun?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov kol shekein there was no shmone esrei
 
shamonei esrei is the brochoth not the movement
 
@DhoweedYaAgov the rambam says some do tachanun at maariv
 
i know what he says
 
7:43 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov it's the hwole thing. it didn't exist
 
obviously davening on the knees did exist
 
you can pray on your knees whenever you want
 
yea 3times a day...
 
the formal construct of shmone esrei with required bowings did not exist back then
 
again, the brochoth were not constructed the movement was...
its the same movement with a fixed speech
 
7:44 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov that's total speculation. that's not a proof, it's reading your story into the text
 
so you saying chazal just did away with davening al birkayim?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov it's not the same movemnet: do you do the whole thing on your knees like daniel?
 
if you want do it if you dont want dont do it?
....
 
@DhoweedYaAgov no. they left that for tachanun
 
tahHanun is not on the knees.........
 
7:46 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov tachanun is a prayer free-for-all
fall on your face
do some knees after
 
tahHanun is only on the knees if you dont have space to spread out
no...
tahHanun is spreading hands and feet no knees
 
you can still pray on your knees whenever
 
tahHanun is hishtahHawoyoh
 
@DhoweedYaAgov i know i know
@DhoweedYaAgov yes
 
yea...shamona esrei is the knees...
 
7:47 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov says the rambam. not the gemara
bottom line: you have no proof from tanach texts.
 
what?
...
 
@DhoweedYaAgov seriously? you haven't been listening to me? I'm not going to keep talking if you keep acting like ali and going in circles.
 
im not going in circles, im telling you shohHe means a general bow
for the sick
just bow your body thats it. but a real bow is kidoh krioh and histahHawoyoh(tahHanun)
 
@DhoweedYaAgov the gemara says do shocheh for shmone esrei
 
yea...
 
7:50 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov QED.
 
translate it to english now...
gemoro says bow for shamona asrei
 
@DhoweedYaAgov Do general bow for shmone esrei.
 
follow up the gamoro
these are the bows which are done for shamona asrei
 
@DhoweedYaAgov we did this already....you didn't prove anything
 
specifically
 
7:51 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov it never says that!
 
why mention it?
who cares how people bowed in the tanach? we dont bow that way anyway
 
@DhoweedYaAgov on the topic of bowing. also tachanun is coming up soon
 
so what...
 
the gemara has been more random than that
 
we already know tahHanun is histahHwayoh why do i need to learn kidoh and krioh
 
7:52 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov so nothing. read the words. they say what i said. you are the one making diyukim to change pshat to match your minhag
@DhoweedYaAgov the gemara says it all together. its a package meimra
same reason it mentions them all together in megillah
in the parallel sugya which is only talking about tachanun
but it mentions them all. look it up
 
@DoubleAA Was the Sarajevo Haggadah the kind of thing you were looking for?
 
@HodofHod it helps! i wonder if other sephardi rishonim or achronim mention it. perhaps its only an ashkenazi thing
 
@DoubleAA when rov came to bovel he didnt bow down
where in gemoroh is htat
megilloh?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov ya 22b or so
something amud bet
that's the one im talking about
 
its talking bout histahHawoyoh?
 
7:56 AM
@DhoweedYaAgov yep. talking about tachanun
 
only? or shamona asrei to
 
look it up.
your trying to prove me wrong here
 
@DoubleAA I think it must just be like Alex said in the last paragraph: one of several orders that just stuck. See this page for example:
 
@DoubleAA it says hishtahHawoyoh
 
@DhoweedYaAgov like i said.
 
8:02 AM
@DoubleAA i think yarushalmi also plays a role in this
 
@DhoweedYaAgov could be. i'm not familiar.
@HodofHod interesting. thanks!
 
@DoubleAA is shohHeh and hishtahHawoyoh not same roots?
@DoubleAA jastrow says shuahH means to bow
sorry to bend
 
@DhoweedYaAgov You finally caught on :) The answer is possibly. IINM there is some machlokes grammarian about this. IAE they are being presented in different (and unusual) binyanim seemingly unnecessarily so it makes you wonder.
Plus the rambam doesn't require hishtachavayah for during the shmone esrei
so it's not foolproof either way
 
no because histahHawoyoh is for tahHanun...
im not saying shohHeh is histahHawoyoh
they just both mean a type of bending
 
@DhoweedYaAgov right but the gemara says shocheh is what to do during shmone esrei
 
8:07 AM
right
like i said you bend during shamona asrei
in general terms
you are supposed to bend to show you are even to hashem
how to bend is what is next written
 
@DhoweedYaAgov no
 
you dont see it that way i do
 
@DhoweedYaAgov correct
which means we both have possible reads
so don't tell me the rambam is the only way and no one else has any explanation
 
i go by rambam
and his son in hamaspig says the rabbonim stopped it meaning they did do it
and he was bringing it back
 
@DhoweedYaAgov i know
but you asked me
1 hour ago, by DhoweedYaAgov
give me a reason why we dont do hishtahHawoyoh?
so i win
 
8:12 AM
no...
that is not a reason
if they did do it
 
@DhoweedYaAgov you just said above there are two ways to read the gemara and you hold like rambam
 
and they stopped it because of the reading it this way and that way
that is not an answer
we all agree the gamoroh is not clear on many things yes?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov you're proving it used to happen from the people who say it should happen. bad proof.
1 hour ago, by Double AA
@DhoweedYaAgov we never did
 
so one has to have masoroh to say what the gamoroh really means yes?
so for rabbonim to stop it, it means they closed the masoroh yes?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov they never stopped it
 
8:14 AM
so for someone to read something and say this and this with no background
 
it never happend
you aren't listening
everyone except rambam says it never happened
 
im pretty sure rasag said yes
 
you hold like rambam. i hold like everyone else
 
brb going on phone
 
@DhoweedYaAgov maybe. i don't know
@DhoweedYaAgov don't bother. i'm going to sleep :)
All: i can relocate the above messages to another room. I don't think it is off topic here. I admit I didn't know how long it would go for. Ping me if you want me to.
 
Ali
9:13 AM
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Q: How did foreign biblical people became the followers of their respective prophets

AliHow did the foreign people enter the fold of believers in biblical times of Moses and prior. One scenario to better understand this question: In biblical times, A foreign person would have entered Israel now what he has to do to be accepted into the fold of the followers of Prophet Moses?Are th...

 
Ali
9:49 AM
I have changed above question please open it
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Q: How is it possible for Muslims to be classified as Gentiles even if they Don't deem Torah to be corrupt and have Abrahimic Lineage?

AliMuslims don't believe Torah to be corrupt nor do they deny the Torah and it is considered in the six articles of faith to believe in all revealed scriptures like Torah, Psalms etc . Also Muslim share a common patriarch Prophet Moses and believe in all of the subsequent prophets like Israel etc ,...

 
 
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Ali
4:33 PM
HI @MonicaCellio how are you doing?
 
@DoubleAA it's on-topic here so I don't think you need to relocate it. But you guys are going around in circles so I don't know how productive it would be to resume it unless y'all can agree on some axioms. (Ping @DhoweedYaAgov)
 
 
2 hours later…
6:22 PM
@MonicaCellio i think rambam is right @DoubleAA doesnt see evidence to think rambam is right, and i dont think rambam would make things up out of nowhere for rambam always goes with pshat and everything he says is in the bavli or yarushalmi, it could be we have a faulty text compared to rambams, or were learning it not like rambam does
 
@DhoweedYaAgov it looks, from the voluminous transcript that I only kind-of skimmed, like it's more complicated than that. I don't want to get involved. I'm just saying that I think it would be productive for each of you to state your own givens (let DoubleAA state his own) and, based on that, see if you think a discussion would be fruitful. Just friendly advice, nothing more.
 
@MonicaCellio we actually did that and it was somewhat of a mess. i summed it it quite good, he believes not in what rambam said and i do.
 
Mar 4 at 15:57, by Monica Cellio
@Ali since you're here I"ll say this now (also for @DhoweedYaAgov and others): do not bring the Islam-versus-Judaism discussion back here. We created a special room just for that. Once I figure out how I intend to move the extensive discussion from Friday/Saturday to there. V'dibarta Bam is not the right place for this. Last night I said this as my own personal opinion; I am now speaking as a moderator.
 
read the text and you will see, like i told you many times stop arguing with me any everyone else until you learn
 
6:37 PM
@DoubleAA And further @ali: we had to close that room because it got out of hand, and we said there not to bring it back here.
 
@MonicaCellio make a new room? :P
 
@DhoweedYaAgov No. Not without evidence that further discussion would be productive. Find another site.
@DhoweedYaAgov If he -- or anybody else -- posts inappropriately we'll deal with those cases, including booting from chat if needed. A pattern of inappropriate behavior on the main site will have consequences.
 
@MonicaCellio ive been here for a month or so, and i think ali has been present since before i came.
 
Ali
@MonicaCellio why that post is still locked?
 
@DhoweedYaAgov But just because he's a Muslim with an obvious agenda doesn't mean he can't ask a legitimate question, and if he does that, that's different.
@Ali because you have not addressed the issues raised in the comments, as I told you before.
@DhoweedYaAgov I cannot talk about specifics, but there is an escalation process and the mods are aware of what is going on.
 
Ali
6:42 PM
@MonicaCellio No the post was closed even after it was rollbacked to the accepted version
 
@MonicaCellio kill it with fire :p
 
Ali
@DhoweedYaAgov ?
 
Ali
@MonicaCellio and you said the doubts are being resolved?
 
@Ali that resolution requires that you clarify what you are actually asking about. You think it's clear but several long-time, well-respected participants here have no idea what you're asking about. You need to fix that; a lock isn't just a count-down to reopen.
 
Ali
6:48 PM
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Q: How is it possible for Muslims to be classified as Gentiles even if they Don't deem Torah to be corrupt and have Abrahimic Lineage?

AliMuslims don't believe Torah to be corrupt nor do they deny the Torah and it is considered in the six articles of faith to believe in all revealed scriptures like Torah, Psalms etc . Also Muslim share a common patriarch Prophet Moses and believe in all of the subsequent prophets like Israel etc ,...

 
what was the old question because it seems the same to me
 
Ali
This post has been locked while disputes about its content are being resolved. For more info visit meta.
 
since last time
 
Ali
It was not closed because of "not real question;
It was just locked and forgotten purposely
 
@Ali I just closed it (seeing other close votes already there).
 
Ali
6:50 PM
I had flagged it
many times but no response
 
@Ali it was apparently forgotten by you, as you didn't make the edits that were requested.
 
@MonicaCellio He can't do anything to the question while it's locked, IINM. I thought the conclusion was to leave the question in the state it's in, locked against further edit wars, and allow people to answer (as they have already) in that state.
 
@Ali do you know how to review responses to your flags?
@IsaacMoses oh, ok -- I got confused by all the closed questions. I will reopen.
But not unlock.
 
@MonicaCellio Thanks. I think that's the right way to leave it.
 
Ali
How can it be locked when people have answered it and @DoubleAA objected tothe rollback
 
6:52 PM
@IsaacMoses wait, it looks like a locked question can't be answered, or at least I can't. Can you check that? If it can't be answered I'll re-close.
 
@MonicaCellio is there a thread on the forum which disguses that claim that @ali is making regarding rising a prophet from our brothers so i can show him instead of bickering here?
 
@MonicaCellio I have no "answer" button. But why close? That means something different from locking. As it is, I think it's an appropriate-enough question, so why brand it as not one? The answers are still editable, FTR.
 
@Ali I've reviewed the history again. You edited to add inappropriate content, it was rolled back, and you did it again. That's when I rolled back your change (for the second time) and locked it. If I unlock the post you will be able to do that again. Can you give me a reason to think you won't do so?
 
well look at that you already asked the question...
 
6:55 PM
@DhoweedYaAgov I don't remember, sorry -- I know I've seen discussion, but whether it was here, in questions, in comments, or what I've lost track of.
 
Ali
@MonicaCellio the edit was essential as people asked fr proofs like @DhoweedYaAgov
 
@IsaacMoses ok. The question as it stands is a legitimate question, and it has a good answer. You're right that marking it as closed sends a different message. Open + not answerable is ok.
 
@MonicaCellio IMO, the question is what it is, and it's got valid answers. It's best left alone. Unlocking it (or even entertaining doing so) would just mean time wasted.
 
Ali
and thequestion roll back was valid
 
@Ali the edit was noise. Quran is not a valid source here.
 
Ali
6:57 PM
But the question is about muslims and their belifs
 
@Ali my rollback was valid. Yours was not. Generally speaking, getting into an edit war without engaging in a real discussion of the issues will not lead to good results.
 
Ali
Hence to substantiate the premise i had to use it
 
@ali no one cares what muslims believe because it has not basis in judaism
 
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A: How is it possible for Muslims to be classified as Gentiles even if they Don't deem Torah to be corrupt and have Abrahimic Lineage?

msh210In Judaism, someone is considered a gentile (or Jew) not based on his beliefs or actions. Being a Jew is having a status that attaches to a person under very specific circumstances; without those circumstances, he's a gentile. Specifically, to be a Jew one must be born to a Jewish mother or under...

 
@Ali muslim beliefs are off-topic here. Stop it.
 
6:59 PM
@Ali You got answers explaining that belief is irrelevant to the question you posed. Editing the question to say more about belief adds nothing.
 
@Ali, you want to know why muslims are gentiles and not Jews. We have told you that over and over and over again: it's not about belief. It's about either matrilineal ancestry or legitimate conversion. Muslims as a class have a claim to neither. Open and shut. There is nothing to talk about here.
 
Ali
@MonicaCellio ofcourse i am not discussing muslim belifs
 
But the question is about muslims and their belifs Hence to substantiate the premise i had to use it-ali
 
@Ali see what @IsaacMoses said. Your beliefs about whether you're a gentile are irrelevant. Adding more about your beliefs does not change that.
 
Ali
@DhoweedYaAgov I was asked for it
anyways i also claimed huge number of Muslims have a matrineal descent too
 
7:02 PM
@ali doesnt matter what i asked. because what i asked is bout muslim belief, your questions has muslims beliefs in it, it is not judaism related but islam related
 
Ali
and i had posted many evidences for that
huge number of Jewish tribes had embraced Islam
mostly among palestianians and Afghanis
 
@Ali that is very unlikely, but also irrelevant. If you keep basing questions on islam we will keep closing them. If you keep trying to advance an agenda here in chat we will boot you out.
 
Ali
@MonicaCellio I have detailed evidences for that but its irrelevant here!
 
@Ali it is. So we're done talking about this.
 
Ali
ok
bye
 
7:10 PM
@MonicaCellio Hopefully he has satisfied himself that he's beaten us intellectually, for once and for all. If he comes in here again to repeat off-topic arguments he's already made here, I suggest you just go ahead and boot him (and that non-mod chatters flag for mods' attention).
 
7:28 PM
@DoubleAA chayas.com/dikduk1.htm discussion on letters. according to these guys they refute rasag.
 
@IsaacMoses @MonicaCellio IINM locking an answer locks only the answer, but locking a question locks it and all its answers.
 
@DoubleAA thoughts on info on the site i posted?
 
@DoubleAA Nope. I've got edit links for the answers there. They put me through to the edit screen.
 
@IsaacMoses IIM.
 
7:31 PM
:8432804 You can do that here? Cool. Thanks. Didn't mean to ignore your presence.
 
@IsaacMoses mods are mods in all of chat
 
@IsaacMoses no problem :) pretend I am not here, I am just dealing with some business in the background :)
 
@IsaacMoses @MonicaCellio, why not just delete it? (Sorry, I'm still catching up.)
 
@SethJ It's OK as is and has valid, upvoted answers.
 
@IsaacMoses OK as is?
 
7:34 PM
@DoubleAA do you know where in yarushalmi brochoth it brings davening like in bavli brochoth lamad dol
 
@SethJ Good enough, at least, to not necessitate any further interaction with it, which is good, because it's wasted enough time already
 
@IsaacMoses I'll concede your last point.
 
@DhoweedYaAgov "lamadh dol" no dagesh
@DhoweedYaAgov no i do not
 
8:18 PM
@DoubleAA did you check that site out?
 
8:35 PM
Thanks for the edit @IsaacMoses.
 
@SethJ np
@DoubleAA (continuing from here), have you ever corrected a leining based on something like misordered mercha/tipcha?
 
@IsaacMoses Yes. Last week actually.
ויקרא בשם השם
There are some other ones that I've heard as examples
כל צפור כל כנף
 
(Boy, don't get armchair grammarians started if you want quiet any time soon.)
 
לאלוקי אביו יצחק
 
@DoubleAA "I'd like to thank my parents, Ayn Rand and God." (lehavdil)
@DoubleAA Nice. How'd the B"K take it?
 
8:43 PM
I admit the gabbai has to be on the ball to get it promptly
@IsaacMoses He heard what I said I ignored it. I wasn't happy. We talked after.
Granted for Rashi it doesn't make a difference, but other rishonim differ.
 
@IsaacMoses More like "To the-God-of-my-father: Isaac."
I thought you were a patriarch not a deity.
 
@DoubleAA I wish people would stop getting confused on this score
 
The reader last week did get the dagesh chazak right קול ענּות אנכי שמע
That's the only dagesh chazak that most people ever do
 
@DoubleAA Do you have Semichah? You are a wealth of knowledge, and I'm curious if you are a rabbi or a student (or both?).
(I've already concluded you must spend most of your time engaged in Talmud Torah.)
 
8:52 PM
@SethJ Given the dichotomy, I'm much more on the student side.
 
@DoubleAA Rabbinical student? Avreich?
 
@DoubleAA @IsaacMoses I've wondered about l'haalos ner tamid -- a baal k'ria here always says l'haalos, ner tamid, which -- if tamid is an adj. and can modify ner -- changes the meaning of the phrase. (It should be l'haalos ner, tamid.)
But I don't know whether tamid is an adj. that can modify ner, so haven't corrected him during the k'ria.
 
@DoubleAA oh, you found my blog.
(kidding)
 
8:56 PM
@msh210 Na I get it emailed to me when there are new postings.
So I know the name (of the email account) of the owner.
 
@msh210 I think I've gotten the author to visit MY at one point.
 
@msh210 "Is this a kebe'ah?" (holding an egg)
 
@DoubleAA yeah :-)
 
I once had a friend who was eating olives at a meal. He looked up and said to me, "I was just about to eat a couple extra at once to make sure I had a kezayis."
We both laughed :)
 
@IsaacMoses @msh210 I have.
 
8:59 PM
@IsaacMoses Are the subdomains by one author?
 
@msh210 Dikdukian and Shtickle are. There's at least one other that isn't.
 

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