• Why wasn't terrorist Shamima Begum reported as an 'angelic child', by the British press, as Australian far-right Brenton Tarrant was?

    Best answer: The Daily Mail's front page was somewhat telling, with its 'How a blond little boy turned into a mass killer', and as for Anon...Shamima Begum’s father has said he did not have a problem with the government’s decision to remove her British citizenship and condemned her lack of remorse for joining... show more
    Best answer: The Daily Mail's front page was somewhat telling, with its 'How a blond little boy turned into a mass killer', and as for Anon...Shamima Begum’s father has said he did not have a problem with the government’s decision to remove her British citizenship and condemned her lack of remorse for joining Isis.
    Talking of the wide-eyed gurning of the British press, the Sun even had to sulkily step down after this, on a front page: "1 in 5 Brit Muslims' sympathy for jihadis". They were ordered to admit British Muslims story was 'significantly misleading'. Do I have a link to confirm my claims?
    Desperate barrel scraping from Brit. newspapers that has been spewing out Islamophobia for years will always miss out certain points; like Shamima (despite not being blonde) also was sweet and respectful as a wee bairn.
    6 answers · Media & Journalism · 2 days ago
  • "Creepy" Joe Biden vs. Donald Trump. Who wins?

    Best answer: Joe Biden is just Hillary but without the ability to say not voting for him is sexist.
    Best answer: Joe Biden is just Hillary but without the ability to say not voting for him is sexist.
    19 answers · Politics · 16 hours ago
  • Should Hate Speech be illegal in the United States?

    I know what most of you are saying. The 1st Amendment protects free speech! "You have a right to hate speech, even though I disagree with you." But as we have seen time and time again, hate speech festers and eventually turns into hateful actions (such as mass kills of specific persons their hate is... show more
    I know what most of you are saying. The 1st Amendment protects free speech! "You have a right to hate speech, even though I disagree with you." But as we have seen time and time again, hate speech festers and eventually turns into hateful actions (such as mass kills of specific persons their hate is directed towards) Should Hate Speech really be protected by the 1st Amendment?
    83 answers · Politics · 1 day ago
  • Do Chaldean women date black men?

    I hear that a lot of Chaldean women are seeing black men these days and that there have even been some weddings but I haven’t seen it yet for myself. I live in Michigan and for those of you who don’t know who Chaldeans are they’re basically the same thing as Assyrian people. Catholic Iraqis who are indigenous to... show more
    I hear that a lot of Chaldean women are seeing black men these days and that there have even been some weddings but I haven’t seen it yet for myself. I live in Michigan and for those of you who don’t know who Chaldeans are they’re basically the same thing as Assyrian people. Catholic Iraqis who are indigenous to Iraq/the Middle East.
    11 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 17 hours ago
  • Have you ever referred to Trump as "president"?

    Best answer: Often. in fact, usually. I refer to FORMER chairman obama as "FORMER chairman obama".
    Best answer: Often. in fact, usually. I refer to FORMER chairman obama as "FORMER chairman obama".
    136 answers · Politics · 2 days ago
  • What’s your favorite food?

    29 answers · Polls & Surveys · 11 hours ago
  • How to stop being so sensitive? How to become emotionally tough like men?

    Don't tell "you can't.... they've been trained hat way since childhood", why are you even answering if you don't have a solution? ONLY answer if you have a practical solution, for becoming emotionally insensitive.
    Don't tell "you can't.... they've been trained hat way since childhood", why are you even answering if you don't have a solution? ONLY answer if you have a practical solution, for becoming emotionally insensitive.
    32 answers · Gender & Women's Studies · 18 hours ago
  • Are you a good liar?

    Best answer: my motto is: "ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH. that way when you NEED to tell a lie EVERYONE will believe you!" really, it's just easier to tell the truth. mostly, you need to tell the truth to yourself, to face facts and not make excuses for your faults or failures. the only way you can make positive... show more
    Best answer: my motto is:

    "ALWAYS TELL THE TRUTH.
    that way when you NEED to tell a lie EVERYONE will believe you!"

    really, it's just easier to tell the truth.
    mostly, you need to tell the truth to yourself, to face facts and not make excuses for your faults or failures. the only way you can make positive changes in your life is to be brutally honest with yourself.
    98 answers · Politics · 2 days ago
  • Be honest, when you see a stranger in say, Walmart, wearing a MAGA hat while you're shopping for groceries, what's your first thought?

    Best answer: His hat says Make America Great Again

    His hat was Made in China.
    Best answer: His hat says Make America Great Again

    His hat was Made in China.
    252 answers · Politics · 3 days ago
  • Did Hitler marry a woman in Brazil when he escape to South America?

    I heard that somewhere
    I heard that somewhere
    63 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • Autism caused by poor parenting?

    So, I was at Target yesterday, and walking through the toy aisle, I saw a father and his son looking at toys. The father was letting his son pick out a toy, but here's the thing: That "son" was not a toddler, not a young kid, not a teen, but a young man. I decided to go up to the dad and ask him a few... show more
    So, I was at Target yesterday, and walking through the toy aisle, I saw a father and his son looking at toys. The father was letting his son pick out a toy, but here's the thing: That "son" was not a toddler, not a young kid, not a teen, but a young man. I decided to go up to the dad and ask him a few questions. I asked him how old his son was, and he said he was 20 years old with autism. During our conversation, he said his son loves Disney and he was letting him pick out a toy for him to buy because he was well-behaved last week. First of all, a 20 year old is too grown up to be having his parents buy toys for him, as well as playing with toys himself. People his age should be making their own money and buying things themselves. Second, autism is not a "disease." It's simply behavior caused by poor parenting. Seriously, this dad I saw is obviously "babying" his son and not getting tough on him to make him an "adult." If I were a parent, I would show tough love and evict my child from my home once he/she turns 18, and refuse to support him/her any longer. Come on, I mean, no parent lives for eternity to help their children, and being hard on them by refusing support isn't abusive, it's tough love, they'll eventually find their way on their own. Parents of children with autism need to stop being so sensitive and toughen up. Once again, autism is NOT an illness, it is poor parenting. Buying toys for a 20 year old who has a childish interest is unacceptable. Who's in with me?
    27 answers · Parenting · 15 hours ago