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Rare Smirnoff Bottle Surfaced

A rare bottle of Smirnoff given by the Rebbe to a non Jewish physiotherapist was presented at a farbrengen this week. Full Story, Photos

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How endearing
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How endearing

is it to see all those very young hands clamoring for a little bit of alcohol.

go alperovitch!!!!
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go alperovitch!!!!

nice to see you

Finally!
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Finally!

About time the Vaad started posting things again. Been a while…

This is amazing
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This is amazing

Proof that the Rebbe lives on. So many normal Israeli Bochurim coming from Tishrei.
The Vaad deserves so much credit for this!

What's the biggie?
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What's the biggie?

Why does “Rebbe vodka” lose its holiness when it is sold to a non-Jew briefly for Pesach, but when a non-Jew owned it for 18 years it is still holy?

answer?
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answer?

Because this one was given to the goy himself?

To What's the biggie?
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To What's the biggie?

The Rebbe’s Mashke never becomes less holy, except that the Rebeyim didn’t want their Mashke or similar Chomets items that were given to a Chosid to be sold to a Goy for Pesach. However if the Rebbe gave the Mashke directly to the Goy, then its his to keep and as such he doesn’t need to sell it for Pesach and he is allowed to keep it as his Chometz.

where credit is due
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where credit is due

why isn’t the supplier of this “mashkeh” mentioned if you need the name I’ll give it to you , or maybe he dosen’t want his name published

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