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Police do not know if Talevski was driving her car at time, saying she has only communicated with investigators through her lawyer.
"Innocent people traditionally do not need lawyers," Sgt. Gary Giroux said in a media conference at Toronto Police Headquarters on Friday.
Pardon? Innocent people dont need lawyers and if you think you do you must not be innocent? Seriously???
I had an observation on pesach. I was wondering why pesach food is so crappy. Meaning bought food. Then it dawned on me that all KLP food is either heimish or Israeli. That is to say, normal companies don't sell pesach crackers or tea or potato chips or chocolate or anything else people buy. With a very few exceptions, like coke and pepsi that have pesach runs. But normal companies don't make KLP food. That's why everything is crap, it's all heimish or Israeli.
i think with milk, the question is if something accidentally fell in. or it was manufactured on chametz equipment. but with kitniyot, the issue is if something was davka added. in which case we are machmir, even if it would theoretically be batel, b/c it was added for a reason eg. taste. If a drop of corn syrup fell into a vat of milk before pesach, we wouldn't care. But if you specifically added corn syrup sweetener to milk, we would care.
Is it that the OU said they don't believe in it, or they said it was confusing to ppl? I heard it was the latter.
Certifying agencies promote ignorance as a value. It isn't that DE is confusing. It is that rabbis want to zealously guard information and keep people stupid.
Apparently the man agreed to be filmed and humiliated for payment. It can't be illegal to humiliate someone who agrees to it for payment.
Although on the other hand, the man may have been bullied so it isn't totally of his free will plus I am guessing there are some mental health issues. Bullying is increasingly illegal.
That said, it is certainly a menuvaldik thing to have done.
but as a general rule, a person commanded to do something could in theory do it. you can't be given a command you can't do.
for example, if you are commanded to wear tzitzit, you are kosher to tie tzitzit. but a woman is commanded to have a mezuza but can't actually write one if she built a doorway.