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Re: Sabbath observers test

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Re: Sabbath observers test

Postby bk1 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 6:47 pm

Desert Fox wrote:
wizger wrote:
you know that because you were alive then? :D


Yes.


Credited.

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Re: Sabbath observers test

Postby Tautology » Fri Jun 11, 2010 6:52 pm

wizger wrote:
Desert Fox wrote:
wizger wrote:
ridiculous statement. in regards to religion age is not a negative but rather an indication of truth. the debate is not whether or not jews still must keep jewish law but whether it was given to begin with.as far as i know there hasn't been a second mount sinai gathering in which G-d said 'you know what guys let's scrap the original plan and you can do whatever you want on sabath'. and until that happens i don't see how age is a reason to say it's not necessary to observe it anymore, and i don't see how the lack of observation by some, even most, has any baring on the relevance of the laws of sabath today.


TBF the first one didn't happen either.


you know that because you were alive then? :D


I thought for sure after that statement that this was a troll, but now I'm not so sure.

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Re: Sabbath observers test

Postby hannah87 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 6:58 pm

Desert Fox wrote:
iwanta170 wrote:Being a sabbath observer, I am going to take the October 2010 sabbath observers test. Can anyone tell me how, if at all, sabbath observers tests differ from the regular ones. Is it the same 4 scored sections? Why isn't the sabbath observers LSAT disclosed?


It's a real LSAT, it just won't be the same as the 2010 Oct LSAT everyone else takes. They don't disclose because they may reuse parts of it for other undisclosed tests.

Do you really strictly observe it? Seems pretty extreme for 2010.


it's estimated that there are over 600,000 orthodox jews in america (myself included). to utilize a cliche, you are sure to be in the company of quite a few of them when you begin working as an attorney...

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Re: Sabbath observers test

Postby Tautology » Fri Jun 11, 2010 6:59 pm

hannah87 wrote:it's estimated that there are over 600,000 orthodox jews in america (myself included). to utilize a cliche, you are sure to be in the company of quite a few of them when you begin working as an attorney...


I have never heard of this cliche.

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Re: Sabbath observers test

Postby hannah87 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:04 pm

Tautology wrote:
hannah87 wrote:it's estimated that there are over 600,000 orthodox jews in america (myself included). to utilize a cliche, you are sure to be in the company of quite a few of them when you begin working as an attorney...


I have never heard of this cliche.


jews as lawyers?

http://judaism.suite101.com/article.cfm ... ccountants
http://www.forward.com/articles/7395/

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Re: Sabbath observers test

Postby miamiman » Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:05 pm

hannah87 wrote:
Tautology wrote:
hannah87 wrote:it's estimated that there are over 600,000 orthodox jews in america (myself included). to utilize a cliche, you are sure to be in the company of quite a few of them when you begin working as an attorney...


I have never heard of this cliche.


jews as lawyers?

http://judaism.suite101.com/article.cfm ... ccountants
http://www.forward.com/articles/7395/


hannah, did the fact that you're ortho factor into your needing to be in nyc?

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Re: Sabbath observers test

Postby Tautology » Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:05 pm

hannah87 wrote:
Tautology wrote:
hannah87 wrote:it's estimated that there are over 600,000 orthodox jews in america (myself included). to utilize a cliche, you are sure to be in the company of quite a few of them when you begin working as an attorney...


I have never heard of this cliche.


jews as lawyers?

http://judaism.suite101.com/article.cfm ... ccountants
http://www.forward.com/articles/7395/


More a stereotype than a cliche I think, but I see where you were coming from now.

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Re: Sabbath observers test

Postby hannah87 » Fri Jun 11, 2010 7:07 pm

miamiman wrote:
hannah87 wrote:
Tautology wrote:
hannah87 wrote:it's estimated that there are over 600,000 orthodox jews in america (myself included). to utilize a cliche, you are sure to be in the company of quite a few of them when you begin working as an attorney...


I have never heard of this cliche.


jews as lawyers?

http://judaism.suite101.com/article.cfm ... ccountants
http://www.forward.com/articles/7395/


hannah, did the fact that you're ortho factor into your needing to be in nyc?


not primarily- i would have moved to charlottesville, but my husband got a job he couldn't turn down here in new york. it would have been super difficult to be observant at uva though, so i guess it worked out for the best.




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