Were her tweets protected before, because I can see all the new ones, thank you!Seriously?
It's literally the first tweet of the thread.
Someone should ask him if that includes parents/guardians and if not, why not?
My sentiments exactly. I've already expressed my surprise at him not being pummeled before now.This asshole is a fucking predator. How in the hell is he allowed to be around children?
In the past, the organizers have leased a community pool for the day and controlled access with tickets, so nope, parents over 24 couldn't decide to swim as though it were an ordinary day at a community pool.If it's anyone twelve or older, though, they can't really keep the parents out. I mean the parent could just decide they wanted to swim too, right?
At that point as a parent you have to use common sense and better judgement and simply not allow your child to attend.In the past, the organizers have leased a community pool for the day and controlled access with tickets, so nope, parents over 24 couldn't decide to swim as though it were an ordinary day at a community pool.
...No!!? You can't tell from FB convo that SG is developmentally disabled?
JY - no but we all have developmental disabilities
Yeah, I saw someone on Reddit on a thread about a country with age of consent at 11, and he actually said that him not being allowed to put his dick inside an 11-year-old girl violated her right to make decisions for her body.Ah yes, the old "kids can make decisions about their bodies just like an adult" which is a bridge to "kids can consent to sex with adults." Way to show your true colors there JY.
I think Mama Yaniv is already mourning her son by sticking her bare feetfeet out. Or she's a huge slob.Something's so, so wrong in the Yaniv house, and probably always has been. There are Gothic novels with less twisted families.
You've got it all wrong.I think Mama Yaniv is already mourning her son by sticking her bare feetfeet out. Or she's a huge slob.
My grandmother always told me not to walk around the house in just socks and no shoes. Is there anything to this or is it an old wives tale?www.chabad.org
My grandmother always told me not to walk around the house in just socks and no shoes. Is there anything to this or is it an old wives tale?
There is no law that forbids you to walk around in socks. But our sages teach us to never ignore the sayings of our grandmothers, for there is always some wisdom in them. Indeed, your grandmother's aversion to shoelessness does have some basis.
Jewish law states that one who is mourning the loss of a loved one removes their shoes. Thus walking around in socks makes you look like a mourner, and we don't even want to look like a mourner. This is part of a general Jewish attitude to death. We don't like it. We do whatever we can to stay away from it.
There are many Jewish customs that stem from the desire to avoid anything associated with death. Some people don't sleep with their feet facing the door, because that is how a corpse lies before burial. We don't speak about what will happen when someone dies, but rather what will happen "after 120 years." We wash our hands after attending a funeral, to rid ourselves of the impurity of the cemetery.
This dislike of death is not so much a superstition as an allergy. Our tradition trains us to love life and be allergic to death. Unlike some traditions that venerate death as an ideal and view life as a wretched curse, the Jewish tradition cherishes life as a blessing. Through customs that distance us from death and its trappings, the Jewish people has inculcated a worldview that is life-affirming and this-world focused.
Your grandmother had a point. Death is a part of life. But it need not be given any more space than necessary. Keep your shoes on.