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rosends
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rosends

Well-Known Member, Male, from NJ

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    1. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for froobing fun with the badger.
      And for the living in dreamland frubal...or is it nightmare land for him?
      And for flurbing my being eluded by the point.
      And for the rules being the rules frubil.
      And for furballing the pegged irony meter.
      And for the active reasoning lobe fuurball.
    2. Rival
      Rival
      If one is learning to write Hebrew letters - you know, purely hypothetical - must that person use the written form of Hebrew or the one commonly seen printed? Say this person has motor skills problems and had trouble tying laces and riding bikes when most kids could and whose handwriting is always going to be a bit crap.
      1. rosends
        rosends
        there are 2 (common) forms of Hebrew letters -- print and script. The Torah text is in a fancy print form but most people write in the script form. When children learn (at least in the U.S.) they learn the block/print form first and then the script. If one is learning to read and write, both have use.
        Jul 14, 2019
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      2. Rival
        Rival
        So theoretically speaking one could use print form to write generally?
        Jul 14, 2019
      3. rosends
        rosends
        most writing is in script unless you are in the printed (newspaper, books) milieu.
        Jul 14, 2019
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    3. Rival
      Rival
      Now you know how Tumah feels /every time he posts/.
      You put up with SZ much better than I could have, for pages and pages!
      Good one.
      1. rosends
        rosends
        Thanks for that. I do find it frustrating that the people are looking for a fight and can't keep track of what exactly is being discussed. Deep breath and like that. Have a great day.
        May 21, 2019
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      2. Rival
        Rival
        And you. Blessings.
        May 21, 2019
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    4. Rival
      Rival
      Rabbis have birthdays?! I thought they were too busy for that!
      1. rosends
        rosends
        I was actually hatched.
        Aug 12, 2018
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    5. Rival
      Rival
      Thanks :)
    6. InChrist
      InChrist
      Thank you. Hope you are having a good day.
    7. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the tolerant fruble!
      And for fruballing the hamburger loan.
      And for the Krelboyne flurbit.
      And for froobing acceptable bigotry.
    8. Rival
      Rival
      Thanks for the like :)
    9. YmirGF
      YmirGF
      Thanks so much for you approval of my rant. I just get fed up hearing Islam getting the credit for things that Islamic scholars, individual Muslims, deserve the credit for.
      1. rosends
        rosends
        I agree -- if we can't cast the blame on the group, we should refrain from assigning the credit to the group. Also, Seth tends to say annoying things...
        Mar 26, 2017
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    10. roger1440
      roger1440
      1. rosends
        rosends
        I read it and am familiar with the bare bones of the case. Thanks.
        Mar 1, 2017
    11. Flankerl
      Flankerl
      You have way too much time on your hands
    12. Rival
      Rival
      It's depressing isn't it? Thanks for the like.
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    13. roger1440
      roger1440
      1. rosends
        rosends
        I promise, I hadn't read what you wrote before I wrote what I did. However, the counter argument recently posted, which says that the term, like "Messiah" has escaped the defining and control of Judaism, is also persuasive.
        Jul 28, 2016
      2. roger1440
    14. roger1440
      roger1440
      I was browsing through some of the threads this morning and came across one of your posts in “Noachides”. “While it is not a sub-set of Judaism, it is a system which only exists because of (and within), and is only really defined through Judaism”, post 24.
    15. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the argument clinic frubic!
      1. rosends
        rosends
        I was curious who would pick up on the title reference. Glad you did!
        Jul 18, 2016
      2. Revoltingest
        Revoltingest
        I wondered how many would know the line.
        Glad you did!
        Jul 18, 2016
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    16. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the Dunning-Kruger fruber!
    17. von bek
      von bek
      Thank you for your response on the Aaron thread.
    18. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the E-glish fruble!
      1. rosends
        rosends
        I'm a fan of uses of cromulent.
        Feb 16, 2016
    19. Revoltingest
      Revoltingest
      Thanx for the Lojban's being forever marginal frubinal!
    20. roger1440
      roger1440
      I worked for Costco in Hackensack for 13 years
      1. rosends
        rosends
        you know it just closed and moved to Teterboro.
        Dec 20, 2015
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