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3:26 AM
msh210 has made a change to the feeds posted into this room
3:41 AM
Q: PTIJ: How can I halachically kill a vampire?

Y     e     zJust to be safe, I've been reading up on how to vanquish a vampire. Never hurts to be too careful. From what I've read, it seems that many authorities agree that the simplest and surest way to kill a vampire is with a wooden stake through the heart. The concern that I have is, our Sages teach us...

Q: PTIJ: Why can't I eat anything?

Salmononius2I was perusing a a Mishna, as one is wont to do, when I came across a slightly unnerving phrase in Nedarim 7:8: אָסוּר לֶאֱכֹל he may not eat Well, that was a bit disconcerting. I happen to eat quite frequently, so if that happens to be forbidden, I'm in a bit of a pickle (and I wouldn...

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3:46 PM
^ I figured that's easier than a manual feed, and doubted there'd be any objection since no one objected to the manual feed. If there is, though, please speak up.
@msh210 What if there's an objection that human beings feel worthless when their jobs get replaced by robots?
4:32 PM
@Alex They should feel good for me, that I got a new (albeit very temporary) job of adding the feed to the room.
@msh210 That's comforting...
@msh210 How does it work?
Oh. I see
@Alex But if there is such an objection, I will entertain it.
In the sense of "serve it tea and scones and make small talk with it".
@msh210 Nah, I was kidding.
The International Brotherhood of Hebrew HNQ Monitors may have objected at this point, had not Alex already turned scab on us and accepted this cold, heartless replacement for the careful job done by our membership. How our members are going to put food on their table from now on, I don't know.
4:42 PM
I can retract my unobjection.
Too late. After kicking you out, we found that we no longer had a quorum to conduct union business, so we can't.
@msh210 Yeyasher kochacha!
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6:52 PM
@IsaacMoses Rosh Hashana!
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8:09 PM
Q: Are there situations where a child is permitted to refer to their parent by their first name?

alicht(This question addresses the prohibition of referring to your parents by their first name) Other than emergency situations (medical, hospital etc) are there instances where a child is permitted to refer to their parent by their first name? For example: my father used to do business with someone...

@HotStuff Thanks, robot
Perhaps stack exchange should consider an official change of name to hot stuff.
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9:41 PM
Q: PTIJ: Whose heart is רבות in?

DonielFI have a serious concern about one of our members. As Shlomo HaMelech once said (Mishlei 19:21): רבות מחשבות בלב איש רבות מחשבות is in the heart of man. I can’t imagine that’s a healthy situation for him. This is Pikuach Nefesh - does anyone know whose heart רבות is in so that we ca...


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