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ha ha ha :-P
I'm not sure if this was meant as a joke or not, but even if it was true, that does not justify your anti-halachik stance. Halacha does not change.
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i appreciated the humor. also: i may be co-facilitating a teach/learn session at either northern or southern jitw about "how communicate effectively across jewish paradigms". maybe chaim should attend.
Sorry I'll miss the session. Will it be blogged?
When did "blog" get so transitive?
This use of "blog" as a passive verb is from May 2004. Can anyone find an earlier instance?
Ketiv hacha:Halacha does not change.Uchtiv hatam:Chazal had the power to uproot a chiyuv min hatorah when they saw fit.Kashya Reb Chaim a-Reb Chaim!