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  • would you say something to a person not wearing a mask in a store where masks are required?

    I forgot my mask on a couple of occasions while going in to shop. I didn't expect store employees to say anything, but I did expect another shopper being unable to restrain themselves from saying something. But nobody said a word. In fact, nobody even looked at me twice. How about you? Would you say something? (for example, you do know masks are required, right?)

    14 AnswersEtiquette2 months ago
  • Do you have simple lunch ideas that don't need refrigeration?

    I am a construction worker, and usually buy those tuna and cracker snack packs. But I'm looking for new ideas. I Googled the topic but everybody has to have such fancy recipes with ingredients I've never even heard of. I just want some simple ideas. Thanks.

    13 AnswersCooking & Recipes2 months ago
  • I capped 2 sprinklers at the apartment complex where I live, did it mess up the sprinkler system?

    At the apartment complex where I live there were two sprinkler heads inside of some bushes and it kept flooding out. They wouldn't fix it, or didn't know how to fix it, or whatever. So I capped them. These are not sprinkler heads that are in the lawn. They are in the bushes. I water the bushes with a hose now. But now the sprinkler heads behind my building in the lawn aren't working. There is water coming out of them, but it just kind of oozes out. Could this possibly have anything to do with the two sprinkler heads that I capped? I am going to apply some common sense, and say NO. How could me capping two sprinkler heads cause other sprinklers in the system to stop working? If anything, you'd think it would add to the water pressure, not take away from it.

    1 AnswerGarden & Landscape2 months ago
  • Are Covid19 cases up because of the riots, or because of Trump's rally?

    Judging by the reporting, it seems it's due to the latter. I haven't seen any reporting to indicate the riots had anything to do with it. I trust the media so I'll take their word for it. It's Trump's fault.

    9 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • why don't these rioters realize the monuments belong to everyone?

    they have no right to erase our history. It is OUR history. The good, the bad, and the ugly. What gives them the right to decide to pull down our historical monuments? When is the military going to step in and annihilate these anti-American cockroaches?

    16 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • What percentage of Americans believe racism is systemic?

    You can put me in the category of thinking "systemic racism" is a leftist lie. But I have a brain and can think for myself.

    2 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • what are some sleazy tactics car salesmen have used on you?

    for example, I have had this happen more than once believe it, or not. I'm out in the lot browsing, and the salesman will come out and tell me that his coworkers are watching him as we speak, and if he doesn't succeed in convincing me to come inside and sit at his desk, he might lose his job. That wasn't verbatim, of course. But it is a sleazy tactic that has been tried on me.

    3 AnswersBuying & Selling3 months ago
  • Where can I find a pro-police t-shirt that doesn't require ordering it online?

    I would like to buy one to wear this weekend... a shirt that says, "Back the Blue" for example. i don't want to wait to order it.

    2 AnswersLaw Enforcement & Police3 months ago
  • Are you afraid to wear a Blue Lives Matter, or Make America Great Again hat because you might get physically assaulted?

    I have a shirt that says "Back the Blue". I haven't been wearing it lately because I am in my 60s and not in the best of health. I probably couldn't take on a couple of 20 year old punks in a parking lot. But then I saw the video today of these police officers in Miami being attacked by demonstrators, and I decided that's it. The pro-police, Back the Blue shirt is going back into the rotation. Bring it on!!!

    1 AnswerLaw Enforcement & Police3 months ago
  • Is "white guilt" a mental illness?

    I have white liberal FB friends who are constantly lamenting about white supremacy on their FB page. I doubt any of them even know a white supremacists. But they are consumed by the idea. I'm thinking, in their view, anybody who is white and doesn't feel guilty about it is a white supremacist.

    7 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • does it sicken you that Yahoo Answers discriminates against conservatives and limits the audience to their questions?

    I have done ample research, and based on the proof that's in the pudding, I can show that questions from known conservatives (i.e., those identified as conservative by YA) are constricted in terms of their audience, whereas questions from liberals often get over 100 answers. None of my questions ever get over 5 replies. It's not because they are less interesting questions, or poorly written, it's because YA is discriminating. And it's sickening.

    5 AnswersYahoo Answers3 months ago
  • How is it that a Soro's-funded domestic terrorist group like BLM suddenly becomes mainstream and legit?

    And how does that bode for the USA going forward? How long before people begin to realize the mistake they made in allowing BLM to become legitimized?

    5 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • Why was I asked to leave public library because of my shirt?

    I'm 74 years old, and a few days ago I was at our public library wearing a mask and taking social distances precautions. The librarian came up to me and said I was making someone uncomfortable and I was asked to leave. Honestly I had no idea why she was saying this. I recalled that I smiled at a young girl in the stacks and that was the first thought that had come to mind. But it had to do with my shirt. It depicts an American flag. She asked if I would go home and put on a different shirt. I asked her, why would my shirt make someone uncomfortable, but she just said she didn't want to get into it. I was actually almost done I had the book I came for, and I all I needed to do was check my email. I and asked her if I could first check my email since that was the mail reason I came there. She said, no. I had to leave immediately. I did leave. I am back at the library this morning writing this email. i asked to speak to the librarian again today but she wasn't available. I asked to speak to someone in charge about why I wasn't allowed in the library wearing the shirt I had on. The man said, if you don't know what's going on in the country I can't help you, sir. I told my son-in-law about what happened, and he demanded I put the shirt back on and go back into the library. He said if he lived closer he would come with me. Do you think I should put the shirt back on and go back there? Maybe that person who felt uncomfortable wont be there? Maybe they will not give me a hard time?

    6 AnswersLaw & Ethics3 months ago
  • Is there ANYTHING more disappointing than turning on the radio to listen to Rush Limbaugh only to discover Mark Steyn is guest-hosting?

    His smarmy humor does not in anyway make up for Rush's brilliance and profound insights. Todd Herman is quite good. But Mark Steyn is useless.

    3 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • If Trump wins reelection after all this will you lose your ever-loving mind?

    I mean I don't even know if it's possible for a group of people (i.e. progressives) to become any more unhinged, but I know they are CERTAIN that all of this madness is going to hurt Trump, whether it be the Corona Virus, the subsequent economic collapse, the racism marches, not to mention all the craziness that came before Corona. Are you going to explode if he gets reelected? I feel certain that conservatives have had about enough of it. If Trump gets cheated out of a 2nd term by the corrupt news media and all the other attacks and lies that he's had to endure, conservative protests will make the Antifa and Black Lives Matter ******* seem like child's play.

    7 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • Why does Yahoo Answers discriminate?

    I have done ample research and testing, and I am here to tell you that anybody who asks a question with a conservative bias receives only a handful of answers (usually under 10) whereas if someone asks a question with a decidedly progressive bias, it gets 10 times as many answers (i.e often over 100). Why is this? Because the liberals at Yahoo Answers are severely limiting the audience for questions with a conservative bias. I don't know how they do it, but if you're going to sit there and tell me that YA isn't run by liberals, you my friends, are intellectual dishonest. And if you're going to try and tell me they aren't actively trying to control what people see, then you my friends are clueless. YA is is discriminating against conservatives. Bet it. The question is what are they afraid of?

    5 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • Would now be an excellent time to order a red Make America Great Again hat?

    I think it would be considering how everyone is so emotionally charged about George Floyd's killing by police, and it, obviously, being all Trump's fault. I live in Idaho, but there are surprisingly a lot of libtards in the Boise area.

    5 AnswersPolitics3 months ago
  • Is there a better name for these people who are burning and looting besides "protestors"?

    I think rioters is getting closer, but really I think there needs to be a stronger word.

    2 AnswersCivic Participation4 months ago