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  • Are Trump supporters really White Supremacists?

    I honestly think that the media, academics, liberals, Democrats are just using that term to scare people.

    Most conservatives are not racists, but the evening news wants you to believe they are.

    why?

    3 AnswersPolitics3 weeks ago
  • Do girls mature faster than boys?

    Is this true? I don't think it's the case, but I do think that girls think they are more mature at, let's say 16, than their male counterparts. So girls at 9/10 years-old, are playing with barbie dolls and having sleep overs, but by 12/13 they're putting on makeup and experimenting with sex. They go from being little children, then 3 years later the same girl thinks she's basically an adult woman.

    I also think that teenage girls rebel in more dangerous/risky ways than teenage boys. A teenage boy might rebel by smoking weed, or ditching class. But a girl will rebel by going out clubbing with a fake ID and dating a much older guy, or some tattoo artist or something, and instead of smoking weed, she's snorting cocaine at 2AM on a Wednesday. It's like there's no middle ground. A teenage girl can't rebel by reading comic books in class or something, she literally has to think of the worst/riskiest way to rebel. Why is that?

    3 AnswersSingles & Dating1 year ago
  • Am I moving too fast with this woman?

    I recently started dating this girl. We've been dating for about 1 week. We've already slept together, we had breakfast, I helped her paint her apartment. She's everything I've always wanted in a partner. But are we moving too fast?

    We are both established professionals, with our own lives, but she just left a job where she traveled frequently for about 1 year, so I gather she has not been dating recently. I suppose I'm the first man to come along into her life in a while.

    That said, I've got a lot going for me and it would be nice if I could be with this girl, but what's her motivation in seeing me? Is it just the novelty of the experience, or is the stage she's in right now conducive to an LTR with me?

    I'm inclined to think it's the latter, but what do you think?

    4 AnswersSingles & Dating8 years ago
  • Atheists: who gives a f-ck, srsly?

    Srsly?...(I'm bored)

    2 AnswersReligion & Spirituality8 years ago
  • If Obama is a socialist...?

    Marxist Kenyan Muslim, why isn't Mitt Romney using that every hour of every day to get Obama disqualified from running. Why, he didn't even mention Obama being a Kenyan even once during the RNC convention. In fact, other than vague allusions to "redistribution" or "class warfare", Romney has not used the Socialist moniker much at all. So it seems to me Romney could be in the tank for Obama as well.

    I know that if I believed Obama was a socialist Muslim, I'd be upset that he was doing so well in the polls and have to attribute his success to paranoid conspiracy theories too.

    Could the truth, the reality of the situation, be that Obama is simply a moderate Democrat who in fact could have been a Nixon or Eisenhower Republican (if Obama had been white); that he's naturally affable and most Americans tend to agree with his views on taxing the rich, and limited government intervention in the economy in order to ensure corporations also play by the rules?

    But that view just makes too much sense.

    8 AnswersElections8 years ago
  • Halp like pls!! British Colonialism in Africa?

    Was British Colonialism in Africa, from 1860-1940:

    A) Endogenously hermeneutic, except for economic administration.

    B) Tangential, relying on liminal interpretations of local constituencies.

    C) Interested with colonies of settlement and mutual trade compacts with ethno-Berber merchants.

    D) All of the above.

    E) None of the Above.

    10+ points to best answer. please!!!!

    1 AnswerAnthropology8 years ago
  • What happened to this country? Obama?

    Where are the gentlemen? What is wrong with this country? Obama...

    9 AnswersElections8 years ago
  • What John Hughes Character would Paul Ryan Resemble the most?

    Considering he graduated high-school in 1988, and he's from Janesville WI, a few hours outside of Chicago, he totally could've been in one of those 80's John Hughes' movies, like Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Weird Science, The Breakfast Club, or Sixteen Candles.

    The most obvious would be Jake Ryan, of course, (they even have the same last name, lol!) the popular jock whom has captured the eye of "invisible" Samantha in "Sixteen candles."

    But I think he's most like Ferris Bueller from "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"; you know: the winsome underachiever who's too cool for school, always the "Bain" (get it!) of Principle Rooney!

    Thoughts anyone?

    2 AnswersElections8 years ago
  • How to get rid of an annoying friend?

    I have this crazy friend who is kind of kooky, but good for a laugh. He's always going on about aliens and spaceships and time-travel and what not. He never even wants people to call him by his real name, and keeps telling everyone to call him 'the doctor', which is just stupid since I know he's never even attended university.

    I've sometimes even caught him walking out of one of those old-styled police call boxes they used to have in England, which is even stranger because no one makes those anymore.

    He likes to dress really weird too. Like he'll wear a blazer, right, with tennis shoes, instead of actual dress shoes.

    This one time, right, he barges into my house at like 3 in the morning, he looked wild and crazy, you'd think someone was trying to kill him. But then he starts going on and on about astro men or something. He even had some sort of metal tube thing in his hand that kept vibrating and making weird humming noises. I can only imagine he was at some-sort of drugged-up gay sex party or something. Really, I don't know why I even opened the door.

    Anyway, my dog disappeared a few days ago, a wonderful choc-spaniel, and I'm pretty sure he had something to with it. He kept telling me how there was something wired about the dog, that he'd seen it sometime in the past, or something. Of course I told him it's just a spaniel that I got from the shelter a couple of years ago, it's a really nice and well-behaved dog. But he was warning me about the dog, saying the usual alien crap.

    I've finally had it with him and this is definitely the last straw. I'm thinking of calling the RSPCA or the cops or something. That guy is just way too creepy to be out on the streets.

    5 AnswersFriends8 years ago
  • Why is Romney Running?

    away from his years at Bain Capital

    I mean, he exemplifies the monied finance elite who became massively wealthy after Reagan deregulated Wall Street in the '80's, and which made leverage-buyout and private equity companies possible.

    He is the vision of Reagan conservatism come-to-life, so why would he be running away from that. So a few little people got laid-off and some companies they bought went bankrupt.

    Who cares? Isn't the important thing that a few people at the top, like Mitt Romney made millions of dollars?

    After all, their wealth is going to "trickle-down" to the little-guy. What's so wrong with that.

    He should embrace his time at Bain, and come-out of his Wall Street closet.

    In the end, greed is good, amiright?

    4 AnswersElections8 years ago
  • Why is Romney Running?

    away from his years at Bain Capital

    I mean, he exemplifies the monied finance elite who became massively wealthy after Reagan deregulated Wall Street in the '80's, and which made leverage-buyout and private equity companies possible.

    He is the vision of Reagan conservatism come-to-life, so why would he be running away from that. So a few little people got laid-off and some companies they bought went bankrupt.

    Who cares? Isn't the important thing that a few people at the top, like Mitt Romney made millions of dollars?

    After all, their wealth is going to "trickle-down" to the little-guy. What's so wrong with that.

    He should embrace his time at Bain, and come-out of his Wall Street closet.

    In the end, greed is good, amiright?

    5 AnswersElections8 years ago
  • Have you guys heard of Wolfram Alpha?

    wolframalpha.com

    It's an online equation solver, where you can plug in your home work problems, like what is 2(5x - 4) > 7(x - 2).? and it will give you the answer.

    Or you can use programs such as mathematica or Maple, or a Ti-89. That way you don't have to spam Yahoo answers with your stupid algebra homework questions?

    4 AnswersMathematics8 years ago
  • What would you do with a computer in your pocket?

    Everyone who owns an iphone or Android smartphone has a computer in their pockets. Moreover, a networked computer with a camera, GPS, and accelerometer which can measure falling, and even a magnetometer or compass to find your way.

    Millions of people have these. This being the case, how can this technology revolutionize the world, beyond merely people 'liking' something, or sending out meaningless tweets, or taking stupid pictures in front of a mirror?

    Sure, the light bulb let people read at night, but it also meant factories could work after the sun went down. Likewise, the invention of refrigerators meant people didn't have to buy their food everyday, but it also means you can drink milk from hundreds of miles away.

    So the smartphone is a mobile, networked computer with a microphone, camera and GPS. In the pockets of millions of people. In what ways do you think this will revolutionize the world, just like the light bulb and refrigerator did?

    How will smartphones change the lives of millions of people and make life better off?

    4 AnswersEngineering8 years ago
  • Do the rights of man stem from a reasoned philosophy?

    Are are they derived by escaping the state of nature through a social contract.

    In other words, who do you agree with, Hobbes or Kant?

    1 AnswerLaw & Ethics9 years ago
  • Why are the cute ones always crazy?

    There is this girl in my graduate class, who recently graduated college, etc (meaning she's young). She's kind of cute and has a fat behind, and was someone whom, at first glance I wanted to have sex with.

    However, she's crazy. But not Zoey Dechanel, quirky, flowers-in-her-hair doesn't shave crazy. No, she's kind of bi-polar. She has this front as being super-enthusiastic about everything she's into, very gregarious.

    She's the type of girl who comes across as being flirtatious and sultry, but she'll deny this of course, right. Shame on you if you thought you had a chance with her. She's new-agey and "empowered" at least in her head.

    But really though she's full of sh!t. She doesn't have a job, stays out 'til 4am several days out of the week, wakes up at noon, etc. But in her head, though, she's all about getting sh!t done--she's the dragon warrior. Yet she has no real life experience and knows nothing about what it actually means to work-hard and sacrifice and be resilient in the face of adversity. Moreover, the kind of men she is into are ghetto thuggish types, despite her front as some kind of student of world events and social activist and what-not.

    The kind of guys she goes for have a rap-sheet, are on parole, have 2 or 3 kids, and pay child support. But in that respect, I don't judge her, I honestly believe that's who she deserves.

    But, she's kind of cute, but really not remotely the hottest girl I've seen. I've dumped hotter girls than her. Yet, as a man, I'd wanted to have sex with her, of course.

    In any case, at the end of a night of being out with some mutual friends, I tried to give her a kiss on the lips, of course she turns her head and says no. But the way she said no, it was as if some homeless guy was asking her for money or something.

    Since then she's totally been ignoring me. The thing is I had subsequently spoken to her on the phone, and the conversation was pretty amicable, I didn't hear any anger in her voice or anything, so I thought we were on speaking terms, at least, whatever. Then, the next time I see her in person and tried talking to her. she was like: "what do you want", extremely impatient, sarcastic, rude. I tried calling her later that night and she hung-up on me. I texted her asking if I owed her money, or something to be so rude, and that I was'nt going to talk to her again.

    Listen, I've been around the block a few times. I've known girls exactly like her--brash, crazy, bi-polar, high-on-life, into drama, with a love for dangerous men, but cute--and I know enough to know that they are not worth it. She is not worthy of me, and she has nothing that I want from a woman (except to have sex with her, of course), but seriously, she's selfish, egotistical, the world revolves around her, she has no life experience, no job, she's kind of chubby, etc. All she could ever offer me is heart-ache, drama, disappointment and resentment--things I do not need in my life.

    tl;dr Why can't I stop thinking about some crazy-as s girl (who's not even hot) who wouldn't give me the time of day?

    3 AnswersSingles & Dating9 years ago
  • Why did cities crack down on the Occupy Wall street protestors?

    Why did the mayors of the various cities, including some "liberal" ones like New York and Oakland, crack down so hard on the Occupy protestors? Isn't protesting one of the qualities of a vibrant and healthy democracy? Isn't America the best democracy in the world, if so why do they not like the protestors?

    9 AnswersGovernment9 years ago