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4:12 AM
posted on May 22, 2018

Today is one day of the Omer. Today's attribute: Chesed ShebeChesed

 
4:33 AM
Double AA has made a change to the feeds posted into this room
 
 
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1:04 PM
@JourneymanGeek Amen. Thanks very much for helping mind the store.
 
1:33 PM
I made a minor edit to a post, to refer to the relevant portion of our generic Stack Exchange FAQ pages. If you have any objection to this edit, please let me know; I'll retract it and propose it in a new meta post instead.
Interfaith PTIJ:
@TheFoofinator Jewish werewolves also have a hard time: https://judaism.stackexchange.com/questions/55524/how-should-a-werewolf-celebrate-pesach
(Click on the timestamp to see what this was responding to)
 
1:50 PM
All 7 volumes of The Bomberg Talmud are now available to view in our Universal Viewer via @britishlibrary catalogue - click on 'I want this' tab to select which volume to view http://explore.bl.uk/primo_library/libweb/action/search.do;jsessionid=876B80A8238F41E3D99F6E491336ACB6?fn=search&ct=search&initialSearch=true&mode=Basic&tab=local_tab&indx=1&dum=true&srt=rank&vid=BLVU1&frbg=&tb=t&vl%28freeText0%29=OR.73.h.1-16&scp.scps=scope%3A%28BLCONTENT%29&vl%28488279563UI0%29=any&vl%28488279563UI0%29=title&vl%28488279563UI0%29=any @BLAsia_Africa #HeritageMadeDigital #IIIF Image Vol2 f2r #Hebrew
^^^^ Just noticed this -- thought it might be of interest!
 
 
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4:05 PM
Does anyone have a copy of the Jerusalem Crown? Here's their site, but I don't know, whether its reliable...
http://www.jerusalemcrown.com/website_en/index.asp?page_id=15
 
4:19 PM
@Kazibácsi Whether what is reliable? The site? The text? Reliable to what standard?
I don't own it but I've seen it before.
 
 
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5:19 PM
@DoubleAA Obviously the site. I don't know their packaging either. Did someone order from them? Or can you buy it in Israel?
 
 
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9:43 PM
@Kazibácsi I can't help you with that
 

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