Jan 18, 2022 at 9:00am
cramer said:drummerboy said:cramer said:The JSDD Cooperman Family Campus is the new home of the Jewish Service for the Developmentally Disabled. The Cooperman's donated $2.5 million of the $10 million cost. I'm sorry that you're offended by the Cooperman name on the new facility. I'm glad that you enjoy the squash courts at the JCC in spite of it being named for the Coopermans. "JSDD’s history/mission began in 1984 with the formation of the Commission on Individuals with Developmental Disabilities. In 1989, the first kosher group home was purchased and renovated in Millburn, New Jersey. An additional eleven homes have been added including two supervised apartments. In October of 2004, JSDD opened the doors of The WAE (Wellness, Arts & Enrichment) Center, an alternative learning program providing opportunities for people with developmental and acquired disabilities to develop skills and cultivate self-esteem while tapping unknown talents and creating new possibilities for artistic pursuits, wellness endeavors and enrichment activities. Opportunities at the Center have all been developed embracing the belief that learning, creativity and spirituality are a lifelong journey which is different and unique for everyone." boy do you not get it. What I get is that you're a hypocrite. You criticize Cooperman for having his name on the JCC, and yet you play squash there first of all, that's a ridiculous definition of hypocrisy. secondly, it's racquetball, not squash. thirdly, I quit the JCC years ago, because even with all that Cooperman money, they couldn't manage to maintain the courts. let me ask you this - how many Cooperman named places do there need to be before you say, hmm, maybe this is too much?