Wednesday, 2 August 2017

UOHC’s Eye Watering Stuff

UOHC-Thames Water Powerpoint by ifyoutickleus on Scribd

So UOHC brought to the meeting a Dayan, a lawyer, indeed a technician, a handful of arsekonim and a token woman. Truly eye watering stuff.


At 3 August 2017 at 12:07 , Anonymous Hat said...

Does the UOHC Rabbinate insist that it is prohibited to walk past a CCTV camera?

Misasek (I want water, not to turn a meter) + gerama (I didn't flick a switch, I turned on a tap, llowing a flow of water (under pressure from a pumping station) causing a rotor in to move several meters away, which movement is measured electronically) + pesik reisha d'lo nicha le (nobody likes water bills) + electronic equipment which does not get hot is (scientifically at least) a derabban anyway (not m'a'aver and makka b'patish non issue as doesn't complete a circuit) = no issue here. Unless you happen to be a purveyor of mehadrin water meters?

By the UOHC's bizarre definition, turning on the tap itself is prohibited (the pressure in the pipes is from electrical pumps ( Which presumably is not an issue until a mehadrin water pump is found?

This is all so completely unnecessary - and very much a potential chillul hashem.

At 3 August 2017 at 17:10 , Anonymous ×× said...

Especially as Rav Padwa z'l permits walking past a motion activated light even lechatchila and you know its there.

At 3 August 2017 at 17:13 , Anonymous ×× said...

UOHC are not worried about chilul hashem. After all, the goyim are in golus.

Seriously with the rising tide of nationalism all over the West they should be keeping a low profile. But Rabbis as they were 90 years ago are blissfully isolated.

At 3 August 2017 at 18:23 , Anonymous ×× said...

Not to mention d'rabbonons are muttar lechatchila for kovod habriyos. Even without coming on to dovor shelo b'mischaven and all that.


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