• Google search vs Yahoo search?

    342 answers · Google · 2 weeks ago
  • Whats with all the negative comments about Virgos?

    Im a Virgo or at least its my star sign, not entirely who i am, i always read hilarious things about Virgos, mostly negative and let me just say, we are the most underrated sign, we are Creative, Logical, Flexible, Fun loving, Diplomatic, love having sex, instinctive, good memories, were bright, knowledgeable,... show more
    Im a Virgo or at least its my star sign, not entirely who i am, i always read hilarious things about Virgos, mostly negative and let me just say, we are the most underrated sign, we are Creative, Logical, Flexible, Fun loving, Diplomatic, love having sex, instinctive, good memories, were bright, knowledgeable, Profound. We like to do things at our own pace, we like to treat others the same way we like, we wont start things with anyone unless they start something with us, and we dont really like the limelight as much as others and most of all we are good friends and we understand feelings and want to make people happy. As a Virgo some of my favorite Virgos are, Ken Kesey, Van Morrison, Freddie Mercury, Liam Gallagher, Jesse james, Buddy Holly, Otis redding Charlie Sheen,Peter Sellers, Dave Chappelle, Bill Murray, Hugh Grant, Tim Burton, Steven Fry, Leo Tolstoy, DH Lawrence, Jack Black, Nick Cave, Billy Preston, Adam Sandler, Hank Williams, Ray Charles, Liam Clancy (The clancy brothers, Tony Law, Larry Hagman (Dallas), Jimmy fallon, John Phillip Law, Cameron Diaz, Amy Winehouse, Sophia Loren, Salma Hayek, Twiggy, Rose McGowan. These people are legends, and the world would be a dull place without them, thats for damn sure.
    527 answers · Horoscopes · 2 weeks ago
  • Can someone SHORTLY explain me the "iran nuclear deal" thing thats been on the news .....?

    Best answer: For the past several decades, Iran has been trying to build a nuclear bomb. Their reasons for this are: 1: They don't like Israel. (*boom*) 2: If they have a nuclear bomb, other countries (including Israel) would be a lot less eager to attack them. Obviously the US and many other countries do not want Iran to... show more
    Best answer: For the past several decades, Iran has been trying to build a nuclear bomb. Their reasons for this are:
    1: They don't like Israel. (*boom*)
    2: If they have a nuclear bomb, other countries (including Israel) would be a lot less eager to attack them.

    Obviously the US and many other countries do not want Iran to build a nuclear bomb. Over the past several years these countries have used economic sanctions, which means they refused to buy or sell goods with Iran, as a way of protesting Iran's nuclear program as well as making it much more difficult for Iran to progress with their plans.

    Recently, Iran, Russia, US, and some other countries sat down to work out a more sustainable treaty. Basically, Iran agrees to stop working on a nuclear weapon and in exchange, the economic sanctions will be lifted.

    Critics say that the deal is too lenient on Iran and will allow them to violate the treaty and continue developing a nuclear weapon.

    It remains to be seen if the treaty will actually be signed, let alone if it will actually be effective in preventing Iran from developing a nuclear weapon.
    19 answers · Current Events · 2 weeks ago
  • How to get a flat stomach?

    Best answer: As usual, I don't agree with anyone; at least I don't think I agree with anyone. Since you say you're quite thin, I'm assuming that the reason your stomach isn't flat is due to poor posture. Dieting or doing exercise to lose weight from a specific part of the body is a common myth that many... show more
    Best answer: As usual, I don't agree with anyone; at least I don't think I agree with anyone. Since you say you're quite thin, I'm assuming that the reason your stomach isn't flat is due to poor posture. Dieting or doing exercise to lose weight from a specific part of the body is a common myth that many people believe works. Doing crunches or sit-ups or any other exercises for your stomach won't make if flat unless you are in terrible shape and all of your muscles are weak. Since I'm assuming you are young and fairly active I suspect that's not the problem. Correcting your posture, walking upright (as opposed to slouching) and consciously contracting your abdominals will almost certainly work. The problem is, of course, that it takes a lot of effort and concentration until it's a habit and you do it without thinking about it. I worked out a lot when I was a teenager and I had the same problem even though my abdominals were very strong. It was only when I consciously improved my posture and made the effort (stomach in, chest out) that my stomach became very flat and people remarked about my six pack. Of course all this is conjecture because I haven't seen you, but if I'm right about your posture, I'm probably right about your stomach too.
    109 answers · Diet & Fitness · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you like cats or dogs?

    835 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 weeks ago
  • Scott Walker wants drug testing for welfare recipients. Is that a great idea, or what?

    Best answer: I think this is a great ideal why do I have to pay for someones drugs if they can't get welfare they might get their **** together and get a job then you hear people like lisa m the kids will suffer the kids don't get welfare the perants do and if they are buying drugs the kids aren't getting it... show more
    Best answer: I think this is a great ideal why do I have to pay for someones drugs if they can't get welfare they might get their **** together and get a job then you hear people like lisa m the kids will suffer the kids don't get welfare the perants do and if they are buying drugs the kids aren't getting it anyway I have seen it firisthand mom sells the card to the crack man then reports it lost so don't give me that sob story the mom or dad are not victims the only one that is are the kids and if mom or dad weren't lowlifes we would not be talking about this another thing they should do is limit what you can buy no steak or stuff like that and the crack man won't want the card
    293 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you prefer pasta or pizza?

    800 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 weeks ago
  • Poll: What's your Favorite Insect?

    316 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 weeks ago
  • Need your opinion, what should I do in this situation -_______-?

    Best answer: It's just a discussion, and the deadline is past so I think you should just let it go. The point isn't to be "right" or "wrong." The point is to openly state many sides of the story to inform and learn the different perspectives. At the end of the day, no one in the class actually has... show more
    Best answer: It's just a discussion, and the deadline is past so I think you should just let it go.

    The point isn't to be "right" or "wrong." The point is to openly state many sides of the story to inform and learn the different perspectives. At the end of the day, no one in the class actually has power over China's policy.

    Obviously his personal attack towards you was definitely immature of him, though. What he did is called "ad hominem" by the way.

    I don't know, though. I think reacting to it will make you look petty. SO just let it go. Maybe cite your sources next time so that people can take a look at where your info is coming from.
    15 answers · Etiquette · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Obama's illegal nuke deal with Iran impeachable?

    Best answer: No! The US Constitution says: Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution, includes the Treaty Clause, which empowers the President of the United States to propose and chiefly negotiate agreements, which must be confirmed by the Senate, between the United States and other countries, which... show more
    Best answer: No!

    The US Constitution says:

    Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution, includes the Treaty Clause, which empowers the President of the United States to propose and chiefly negotiate agreements, which must be confirmed by the Senate, between the United States and other countries, which become treaties between the United States and other countries after the advice and consent of a supermajority of the United States Senate.
    23 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • How to get a flat stomach in a week or so?

    I'm going on a vacation and I'm gonna wear a bikini. I'm fine with the rest of my body just my stomach.
    I'm going on a vacation and I'm gonna wear a bikini. I'm fine with the rest of my body just my stomach.
    24 answers · Diet & Fitness · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it GENERALLY true that a woman's value goes down as she ages but a man's value increases?

    I'm talking in terms of dating or finding a husband/wife or getting laid. I have numerous friends, too many to count, who were rejected by hot women in their 20's however ended up being with those very same women in their 40's. A close friend of mine ended up being with my ex-girlfriend from high... show more
    I'm talking in terms of dating or finding a husband/wife or getting laid. I have numerous friends, too many to count, who were rejected by hot women in their 20's however ended up being with those very same women in their 40's. A close friend of mine ended up being with my ex-girlfriend from high school and she used to hate him. He ended up dumping her (she was 46) but shouldn't this reality be acknowledged and planned for instead of denied?
    215 answers · Gender & Women's Studies · 2 weeks ago
  • Should the age of consent be lowered to 16 for all states?

    Best answer: Yes, having the age of consent being 17 or 18 is crazy in the modern American. Most kids in urban areas are active by the age of 15. We should not be putting young men in prison for having sex with 17 or 18 year old girls who want sex.
    Best answer: Yes, having the age of consent being 17 or 18 is crazy in the modern American. Most kids in urban areas are active by the age of 15. We should not be putting young men in prison for having sex with 17 or 18 year old girls who want sex.
    242 answers · Law & Ethics · 2 weeks ago
  • I'm a loner but not sure why?

    Hello, I'm an 18 yr old girl and I'm also a complete loner. I have zero close friends, merely people that say "hey" to me occasionally. After starting college, I started to care less and less what people thought and developed this laid back, chill attitude. I'm friendly, bubbly, adventurous... show more
    Hello, I'm an 18 yr old girl and I'm also a complete loner. I have zero close friends, merely people that say "hey" to me occasionally. After starting college, I started to care less and less what people thought and developed this laid back, chill attitude. I'm friendly, bubbly, adventurous and down to earth. A typical "blonde" personality if that makes sense and people tell me I'm absolutely beautiful often. However, I can't seem to bond/make a connection with anyone. I always spend my nights and weekends alone, listening to music or writing. I'm always alone and I'm comfortable being alone with myself...but I hate the feeling of being lonely. There's so many things and places I want to see and things I want to do, but it's not the same by yourself. You can't have fun, meaningless conversations with yourself, you can't say "wow, look at that" or "listen to this" to yourself. The thing is though, I try. I go out and mingle with people all the time, I go out to libraries, coffee shops, talk to everyone in class and everyone's nice but they don't want to hang out. I'm a deep thinker and love deep conversations. I don't like partying or getting trashed because I think it's pointless. I don't understand why I can't connect with anyone if I'm not socially awkward or unattractive. This feeling of loneliness is killing me inside, I just feel empty. I don't like living like this. Would anyone like to comment on my situation and help with some advice? Thank you.
    277 answers · Psychology · 2 weeks ago