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Messianic Jews say they are persecuted in Israel

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rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#44904 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
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I am still trying to grapple with the notion of imaginary numbers.
Though, ashamedly I have to admit the idea has become easier to grasp over time the more I converse with some of the less logical people here on this forum.
rabbee: well so called real numbers, are said to only exist on the x,y,z axix planes. and any point between the x,y,z axis is called imaginary. so they are not as imaginary, as the are reported to be.

cause it is like, telling a clock, that the only real numbers are 12 - 3 - 6 - 9. and all the rest in between, are all only imaginary numbers.
former res

Broomall, PA

#44905 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
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I guess it makes sense - religious institutions often produce good music (i.e. gospel, gregorian chants etc etc..). In BJs case (yes, the synagogue is referred to by those two VERY amusing initials) being in NYC they attract quality supporting musicians. I have a few CDs of some of the spinoff instrumental stuff. The clergy themselves have strong voices and a hip sense of beat, they could easily be rock stars in another profession.
The longer I live in CT the less I go into the city, except for business. Fatigue and cheapness.
I would definitely go.

We also go to the city (any city) less and less.
former res

Broomall, PA

#44906 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>My brother in law is one of those. Rather nice religion (if there is a religion beneath it all).
I remember my dad (former altar boy) saying, "oh they aren't REALLY a religion!" LOL
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#44907 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
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Some of the popular instruments I remember include the oud, djemba, cello, electric guitar and fiddle.
rabbee: well my favorite instruments, were the anylitical balance, the spectromether, the microscope, spintheroscope, nicrome bead wire, data-loggers, scintillators, spectrum anylizers, lasers, and x-ray anylitical devices. just to name a few, of my favorite instruments/toys. in the unheard of, symphony.
former res

Broomall, PA

#44908 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
Some of the popular instruments I remember include the oud, djemba, cello, electric guitar and fiddle.
The first two I would have to google.:)

Fiddles are always good.
Frijoles

Litchfield, CT

#44910 Dec 5, 2012
Halleluyah! The gentleman with the driving gripes wishes to communicate with the outside world.(I have to admit that I was finding his posts amusing, if not a bit on the manic side.)

Welcome!
Frijoles

Litchfield, CT

#44911 Dec 5, 2012
former res wrote:
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The first two I would have to google.:)
Fiddles are always good.
Middle eastern - North African influence
former res

Broomall, PA

#44912 Dec 5, 2012
Drake Baby Formula wrote:
You mean fiddlers on the roof? As long as you not driving then stay on the roof.
I see you, hunched over your computer in the basment.

Still in you flannel pj's.

Cheeto dust on your chin.

Yelling upstairs:

"Mom! Make me a sammitch!"

They just say, "ahh, he doesn't really bother anyone."

Remember, if you never go outside, you'll need to take extra vitamin D.

:)

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#44913 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
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I am still trying to grapple with the notion of imaginary numbers.
Though, ashamedly I have to admit the idea has become easier to grasp over time the more I converse with some of the less logical people here on this forum.
Admittedly, the human mind wasn't designed to think deeply of things such as "infinity" and "nothing" since those traits weren't essential for survival, and thus, not prone to evolve by natural selection. It's these inherent limitations that lead many astray, trying to put agency and purpose where none necessarily need to be in an effort to resolve questions that are unanswerable.
Frijoles

Litchfield, CT

#44914 Dec 5, 2012
rabbee yehoshooah adam wrote:
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rabbee: well my favorite instruments, were the anylitical balance, the spectromether, the microscope, spintheroscope, nicrome bead wire, data-loggers, scintillators, spectrum anylizers, lasers, and x-ray anylitical devices. just to name a few, of my favorite instruments/toys. in the unheard of, symphony.
So I was going to pose this question to Yoda....

If you make a two slurries of soil solution - the first with KCl and the second with distilled water, and test for pH of each slurry, and the KCl slurry sample has a lower pH than the distilled water slurry sample, is the soil minerology more dominated by kaolinite (a 1:1 clay) or smectite (a 2:1 clay)? Why?

Since: Aug 11

Location hidden

#44915 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
Halleluyah! The gentleman with the driving gripes wishes to communicate with the outside world.(I have to admit that I was finding his posts amusing, if not a bit on the manic side.)
Welcome!
Yes. Comic relief is always good to break up the tension and monotony. Keep up the good work Drake.
Frijoles

Litchfield, CT

#44917 Dec 5, 2012
former res wrote:
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I see you, hunched over your computer in the basment.
Still in you flannel pj's.
Cheeto dust on your chin.
Yelling upstairs:
"Mom! Make me a sammitch!"
They just say, "ahh, he doesn't really bother anyone."
Remember, if you never go outside, you'll need to take extra vitamin D.
:)
Hey - dont beat up on my friend!

It wasnt but a few years back where I used to post "Eat More Papayas Please" randomly.

And other times I would pust under the name Attorney Lionel Hutz esq and declare "THIS is an OUTRAGE" to anything I felt like.

Those were the good ole days.
Frijoles

Litchfield, CT

#44918 Dec 5, 2012
Cult of Reason wrote:
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Admittedly, the human mind wasn't designed to think deeply of things such as "infinity" and "nothing" since those traits weren't essential for survival, and thus, not prone to evolve by natural selection. It's these inherent limitations that lead many astray, trying to put agency and purpose where none necessarily need to be in an effort to resolve questions that are unanswerable.
You're not kidding. Ask any math geek and they will tell you that professed fluency in imaginary numbers does not put anyone on the fast track to get laid.
former res

Broomall, PA

#44919 Dec 5, 2012
Drake Baby Formula wrote:
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Ya obviously you need thicker glasses and your license suspended indefinately. I actually walk around with a satelite dish on my head and pc tiwer strapped to my back but nobody even notuce over here. I refuse to buy into this new smartphone technology like you refuse to admit you have the motor skills of an turtle.
Your posts are clearly sincere and heatfelt.

We will make any special accommodations required by law to make you comfortable and productive.

I join in welcoming you to the forum.
former res

Broomall, PA

#44920 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
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Hey - dont beat up on my friend!
It wasnt but a few years back where I used to post "Eat More Papayas Please" randomly.
And other times I would pust under the name Attorney Lionel Hutz esq and declare "THIS is an OUTRAGE" to anything I felt like.
Those were the good ole days.
Was that YOU?!!!

Funny stuff.

I think I responded a few times.
Attorney Lionel Hutz esq

Litchfield, CT

#44921 Dec 5, 2012
former res wrote:
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Was that YOU?!!!
Funny stuff.
I think I responded a few times.
THIS is an OUTRAGE!!!
Eat More Papayas

Litchfield, CT

#44922 Dec 5, 2012
Eat more papayas please.
Frijoles

Litchfield, CT

#44923 Dec 5, 2012
former res wrote:
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Was that YOU?!!!
Funny stuff.
I think I responded a few times.
I never responded back. To anyone. Matter of principle and character.

I did enjoy the people who would try to analyze what exactly I was outraged about. And the ones who missed the joke in my name.

And if I was in a particular foul mood, I would post (infrequently)under the name "DogPoopInMyFood".
former res

Broomall, PA

#44924 Dec 5, 2012
Attorney Lionel Hutz esq wrote:
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THIS is an OUTRAGE!!!
ahhhh...makes me wonder what ever happend to the cow.

he's the one who taught me the word "sammitch!"

what was that other thing he always said??

you remember the retired gpd cop from south carolina?

i figure out who he was and he disappeared after that
rabbee yehoshooah adam

Denver, CO

#44925 Dec 5, 2012
Frijoles wrote:
<quoted text>
So I was going to pose this question to Yoda....
If you make a two slurries of soil solution - the first with KCl and the second with distilled water, and test for pH of each slurry, and the KCl slurry sample has a lower pH than the distilled water slurry sample, is the soil minerology more dominated by kaolinite (a 1:1 clay) or smectite (a 2:1 clay)? Why?
rabbee: well that would be a swell one, for clay yogert. although i am not familiar of most soil chemistry and compositions. i would have to say kayolins, cause i am slightly familiar with bentonite here in colorado. but i also know, the that the OH hydroxide radical in koalin, is higher than in the bentonite here in colorado. but i am not familiar with all the forms of different types of clays. that plus the metalic silicates, tend to vary in smectite. and that it is really difficult to increase, acidity to bentonite clay here in colorado.

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