Looking for God in humanity.
Well, I suppose it's slightly similar... if you ignore the fact that it's not run by a anti-MO anti-Zionist anti-YU anti-Internet (and very anti-Slifkin) anonymous Satmar guy.To be slightly more serious.. I skimmed through about a dozen or so threads... honestly, I didn't see anything that marked it as particularly frum, or even Jewish. That is, many of the topics were Jewish (even Yeshivish / MO) themed, but I didn't get a feeling of yiddishkeit.On frumteens, it always seemed like there was a decent mix of someone curious secular kids, on-the-way NCSY style, and some rather chareidi (now) kids. I didn't get that vibe here.
The site is specifically for Jewish Teens in Jewish highschools who dont have an outlet for serious discussions with peers and parents over issues like alcohol, sexuality etc. Effectively they formed an online support/discussion group. Any absence of "a feeling of yiddeshkeit" indicts are communities for not instilling values in the next generation. A major distinction from frumteens, moderators only remove blatantly inappropiate remarks, they dont edit for content nor do they post responses. Also, this site is non-ideological.~ Marc
Ahh, reminds me of the good times I had with 'MODERATOR'. Of course, he didn't post half of what I wrote, but the discussions were very enlightening, mostly ending with the word 'assur'...-Yair
chana. could u enable the full date mode on comments so we will know on which day they were made?
login to blogger and choose the settings section, comments, comments time stamp format.
thanks for the link
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