• Can I still use my father as a cosigner/coborrower if he's incarcerated?

    That might be kind of hard since he would actually have to sign the documents... usually in the presence of an officer of the bank or lending agent. Plus, his income (or rather lack of income) would almost certainly disqualify him, no matter how good his credit is.
    That might be kind of hard since he would actually have to sign the documents... usually in the presence of an officer of the bank or lending agent. Plus, his income (or rather lack of income) would almost certainly disqualify him, no matter how good his credit is.
    7 answers · Law & Ethics · 3 years ago
  • Why do i no longer want to have sex?

    I wouldn't want to have sex with someone who cheated on me, either.
    I wouldn't want to have sex with someone who cheated on me, either.
    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 3 years ago
  • Am I wrong for getting mad about my fiance?

    If they won't get vaccinated for the sake of the baby, don't move in with them. Period. Your child can't be vaccinated until age 12 months, and until then, he or she will be relying on the people around her NOT being sick in order to stay healthy. It's perfectly possible that your fiance's family won't get sick with a... show more
    If they won't get vaccinated for the sake of the baby, don't move in with them. Period. Your child can't be vaccinated until age 12 months, and until then, he or she will be relying on the people around her NOT being sick in order to stay healthy. It's perfectly possible that your fiance's family won't get sick with a vaccine-preventable illness... but since they're not vaccinated, they COULD get sick, and if they get sick, the odds are very high that they could pass it on to the baby.
    2 answers · Family · 3 years ago
  • The day I turn 18, I can become emancipated. correct? And if so, how do I do that? I live in Indiana?

    The day you turn 18, you are legally an adult, no matter what (barring a court order that declares you incompetent). You don't need to do anything other than survive until that point in time, and you don't need to be emancipated once you're an adult.
    The day you turn 18, you are legally an adult, no matter what (barring a court order that declares you incompetent). You don't need to do anything other than survive until that point in time, and you don't need to be emancipated once you're an adult.
    12 answers · Law & Ethics · 3 years ago
  • Can credit card companies take your bank money?

    That's what's commonly known as fraud.
    That's what's commonly known as fraud.
    3 answers · Personal Finance · 3 years ago
  • Should 11th and 12th graders be allowed to exchange "school" for an internship?

    I would say that it would depend a lot on the internship. "Working in an office" isn't going to teach them jack... other than how to make coffee and answer phones, because that's pretty much all office interns do. Now if it were an internship as a junior programmer, or some other skill oriented profession where there's... show more
    I would say that it would depend a lot on the internship. "Working in an office" isn't going to teach them jack... other than how to make coffee and answer phones, because that's pretty much all office interns do. Now if it were an internship as a junior programmer, or some other skill oriented profession where there's legitimate opportunity for hands-on experience, then sure. Go for it.
    4 answers · Parenting · 3 years ago
  • Best contact solution for acuvue oasys? I use acuvue oasys and I have dry eyes.?

    I currently use Opti-Free. It's the best I've found thus far.
    I currently use Opti-Free. It's the best I've found thus far.
    Optical · 3 years ago
  • Would it be bad to ask my parents for a fleshlight as a Christmas gift?

    Depends on how open-minded your parents are.
    Depends on how open-minded your parents are.
    5 answers · Gender Studies · 3 years ago
  • Divorced parents, christmas eve in my home, advice?

    Do yourself a favor. Make it the new tradition to spend Christmas Eve with one parent, and Christmas Day with the other. Alternate years, if if Christmas Eve is for whatever reason more important (even though Christmas Day is the actual holiday... Christmas Eve is, literally, just the night before Christmas, and has no other significance). ... show more
    Do yourself a favor. Make it the new tradition to spend Christmas Eve with one parent, and Christmas Day with the other. Alternate years, if if Christmas Eve is for whatever reason more important (even though Christmas Day is the actual holiday... Christmas Eve is, literally, just the night before Christmas, and has no other significance). Inviting relatives who can't stand one another to a holiday get-together is just begging for trouble.
    3 answers · Family · 3 years ago
  • Clocktower?

    eBay would be your best bet. There are several listings for it, in fact. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Clock-Tower-SNES...
    eBay would be your best bet. There are several listings for it, in fact. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Clock-Tower-SNES...
    2 answers · Video & Online Games · 3 years ago
  • Should I do something about my best friend "giving up" on his dog?

    Best answer: What you're describing is not "giving up on" the dog. It's animal abuse, plain and simple. If he's unwilling/unable to care the a dog, your friend should not have a dog, period. Either convince your friend to give the dog away to a good home, or report him to the authorities. Otherwise, that dog will live a... show more
    Best answer: What you're describing is not "giving up on" the dog. It's animal abuse, plain and simple. If he's unwilling/unable to care the a dog, your friend should not have a dog, period. Either convince your friend to give the dog away to a good home, or report him to the authorities. Otherwise, that dog will live a miserable life, and die young. And get that ridiculous notion of "setting him free" out of your head. You don't set a domesticated animal "free". This isn't a wild animal who knows how to hunt and avoid predators. You abandon it and leave it to fend for itself. It'll be dead in a month if you just turn it loose.
    7 answers · Dogs · 3 years ago
  • Why is the president not concerned that there is a Russian intelligence warship docked in Havana, Cuba.?

    Because it's not unusual. Russian intelligence vessels are all over the place. So, for that matter are US intelligence vessels. It's the ones you DON'T know about that you should be concerned about... not the ones sitting out in the open doing nothing to hide what they are.
    Because it's not unusual. Russian intelligence vessels are all over the place. So, for that matter are US intelligence vessels. It's the ones you DON'T know about that you should be concerned about... not the ones sitting out in the open doing nothing to hide what they are.
    13 answers · Elections · 3 years ago
  • Is your country better off when moms work wage jobs instead of staying home with their kids?

    Ideally, it would always be nice for one parent (father OR mother) to not have to work and stay at home to raise the kids. Unfortunately, that's not very realistic in a world where even 2-income households struggle to make ends meet. Unless one spouse has a significantly above average income, the other spouse has to work in order to pay for... show more
    Ideally, it would always be nice for one parent (father OR mother) to not have to work and stay at home to raise the kids. Unfortunately, that's not very realistic in a world where even 2-income households struggle to make ends meet. Unless one spouse has a significantly above average income, the other spouse has to work in order to pay for the cost of raising children in most parts of this country.
    8 answers · Politics · 3 years ago
  • Can she file taxes using her job only?

    Divorce him, for starters.
    Divorce him, for starters.
    7 answers · Law & Ethics · 3 years ago
  • At what age should teenagers be taught about paying bills and running a household?

    Kids should start learning the basics long before they're teenagers. They should start with age appropriate things, like being responsible for keeping their room clean, and having a savings account and an allowance as soon as they're old enough to understand that you pay for things with money, and then move to more complex matters as they... show more
    Kids should start learning the basics long before they're teenagers. They should start with age appropriate things, like being responsible for keeping their room clean, and having a savings account and an allowance as soon as they're old enough to understand that you pay for things with money, and then move to more complex matters as they get older.
    9 answers · Family · 3 years ago
  • What does it feel like when you cut yourself?

    Best answer: They experience pain just as anyone else would. They just process it differently. For a lot of cutters (not attention seekers, but people who really have a problem), it helps them feel in control.
    Best answer: They experience pain just as anyone else would. They just process it differently. For a lot of cutters (not attention seekers, but people who really have a problem), it helps them feel in control.
    4 answers · Family · 3 years ago
  • I want to know what these questions means?

    Those aren't questions. They sound more like talking points or writing prompts... So I really can't tell you how to answer them, seeing as I have no idea what the context is.
    Those aren't questions. They sound more like talking points or writing prompts... So I really can't tell you how to answer them, seeing as I have no idea what the context is.
    1 answer · Other - Education · 3 years ago
  • Is it time for the Democrats to tear-up the 2nd Amendment come 2017...?

    Best answer: You fail to recognize that there are plenty of Democrats out there that own guns (like me, for instance). Why are they somehow more trustworthy? The only people who want to "get rid of the 2nd amendment" are extremists who think that would somehow magically solve our gun problem. It wouldn't. It would just mean that a... show more
    Best answer: You fail to recognize that there are plenty of Democrats out there that own guns (like me, for instance). Why are they somehow more trustworthy? The only people who want to "get rid of the 2nd amendment" are extremists who think that would somehow magically solve our gun problem. It wouldn't. It would just mean that a whole bunch of people would suddenly own illegal guns. Bear in mind that a lot of states don't even make you register certain fire arms. The government has no viable way of tracking them all down, and no one is just going to hand over an unregistered firearm out of the goodness of their heart, especially if it has sentimental value. I certainly wouldn't hand over the shotgun that belonged to my grandfather. Which, under the laws of my state, is not subject to registration, by the way.
    16 answers · Politics · 3 years ago
  • Is the programming industry that ageist?

    Nearly all professions are ageist to some extent. The various IT fields are no different. Fortunately in IT, programming in particular, skill level matters a whole lot more than age. If you can demonstrate that you have the skills, no one cares how old you are.
    Nearly all professions are ageist to some extent. The various IT fields are no different. Fortunately in IT, programming in particular, skill level matters a whole lot more than age. If you can demonstrate that you have the skills, no one cares how old you are.
    3 answers · Programming & Design · 3 years ago
  • Becoming a Guardian Ad Litem without a law degree but in what states?

    There's a reason many states require a law degree to be a guardian ad litem. Your whole purpose in that role is to represent the child and speak for the child in a court of law. Doing so while at the same time being ignorant of the law is generally a bad idea and not in the best interest of the child.
    There's a reason many states require a law degree to be a guardian ad litem. Your whole purpose in that role is to represent the child and speak for the child in a court of law. Doing so while at the same time being ignorant of the law is generally a bad idea and not in the best interest of the child.
    4 answers · Law & Ethics · 3 years ago