It's perfectly natural for the head of a space agency to want to expand what his agency does.
(1) Has the Russian government actually committed budget to the proposal?
(2) What does Russia expect to accomplish with its moon base?
So you believe that anyone who contradicts what you believe on these quotes is lying to you. Convenient.
Here is a fix: you should go and hunt down these sources for yourself and try to find these quotes for yourself. At which point, you will find what I told you above to be true, without having to rely on anyone else.
As I've mentioned previously on Slashdot, I no longer follow the religion. I think the religion is wrong. I don't have a problem with legitimate criticism of Judaism. The above list of quotes is not legitimate. Judaism does not believe in killing, raping, lying to, or cheating non-Jews.
You are apparently a troll. Any reasonable third party reading what I wrote would understand it. So I will not bother explaining again.
I will leave off with this site about the quotes, which goes into detail on each one.
No. Most of quotes do not exist. Most of the *books* exist, but they've been misquoted -- if you read the originals, you'll see something else.
It would be like if someone presented a list of Christian holy books and said that the book of Matthew 180:37 says Christian must kill all non-Christians, while the book of Shadrach 3:4 says Christians must cheat non-Christians. The first book exists but has been misquoted; the second book does not exist. In both cases, the quote is wrong, but for different reasons.
A person can claim to be anything online. Whoever posted this list is wrong. This is not a list of Jewish beliefs.
A fair number of the quotes above are from books that flat out don't exist. What's "Libbre David 37"? It appears several times, but I've never heard of it. "Szaaloth-Utszabot, The Book of Jore Dia 17"?
The rest of these are fabrications and/or misquotes that are refuted elsewhere online.
Anybody who gives a rat's ass about kosher, isn't going to be bringing non-kosher food in to begin with, and anybody who has non-kosher food, doesn't give a rats ass about your kosher-ness.
This seems like a troll, but I'll bite anyway. Kosher restaurants are often frequented by groups of people who include both kosher and non-kosher folks. For example, if your workplace has a going-away party for an Orthodox person, you will probably hold it at a kosher restaurant. This means that you get plenty of people in a kosher restaurant who don't care about kashrus.
Another problem is that different people can have different kashrus standards. If the restaurant is certified OU, then all food brought in needs to acceptable to the OU certifiers. If a person comes in who keeps kosher, but whose standard is one that isn't acceptable to the certifier, that won't work very well. Using the OU example above, OU would not recognize a Conersvative certification, but a Conservative customer would have no problem the other way. Similarly, the customer could have prepared the food themselves, and genuinely believed they did so correctly, but made a mistake. So the certifier can't rely on a customer's claims that outside food is kosher.
Jews do not generally impose their religious rules on non-Jews, and the ultra-orthodox are not an exception. The reason the Haredi are so militant about their rules in Israel is that they are surrounded by other Jews in Israel
+1. I wish I had mod points. Everything said above by betterunixthanunix is exactly how the Haredi community thinks.
Then do it. Learn to control yourself and leave the internet alone.
The internet does not need to be made "more kosher" for you.
They didn't ask for the Internet to be made "more kosher." They said that they need better self-control, and to install filtering software on their own PCs and devices. RTFA. Hell, RTFS.
There are plenty of problems with that community. But one thing they mostly don't do: try to change the world to match their expectations for themselves. They believe that the laws for Jews are supposed to be more strict than the laws for the general population. So you mostly won't find them voting to impose their laws on the general population. And you also won't find them going door-to-door to convert Christians, Muslims, Atheists, and others. Unless your mother was Jewish, they don't think most Jewish laws apply to you.
If you are saying that you need filtering or censoring software, then you are saying you can't trust yourself to follow your beliefs.
Judaism has a concept of a "geder", a "fence" around a law to prevent oneself from getting close to violating it. For example, one is supposed to avoid being in a room alone with a woman one is not married to or related to, to prevent temptation. The geder isn't there to stop someone determined to violate the law, it's there to prevent a situation from casually escalating.
I suspect that these folks are viewing filtering software as a geder.
Then there is the $1 million patrol boat he donated to the Belizean coast guard. (In a letter to The New York Times, he described it as an act of philanthropy; later, he tells me he had to bribe members of the coast guard to prevent them from hassling his ferry business: "This is a third-world country. I had to bribe a whole bunch of folks.
indicating that he routinely gives large, overt, public bribes to get whatever he wants in Belize
Bribing foreign officials is a violation of the US law Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. So it's surprising that he would admit this to a journalist.
A) I don't really think that anyone but the person who wrote the Slashdot headline actually thinks this thing and the Rasberrpy Pi belong in the same category.
RTFA. The comparison to Rasberrpy Pi was in the article.
Business taxes are a competitive fucking market. Governments like to whine about it cause.. cause.. "its our money!!!" when that isn't the case at all. Spend tax money effectively and you might be able to retain businesses in "high" tax environments.
Businesses have a way to get government services without paying for them. How effectively the governments spend the money is not at issue. If businesses can get services for free, they will.
I think the assumption was that the brother's disease, which was genetic, was causing problems with the new kidney. But because $recipient2 did not have that disease, if transplanted to $recipient2's body, the kidney would recover and work correctly. A genetic disease not present in the kidney should not follow the kidney. The actual results would vindicate that theory.
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