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  • What Roku channels are currently on your list?

    Would, also, be interested to know what your favorite Roku channels are and why?

    Take Care, With 💙 Through God and Jesus and The Holy Ghost,

  • Stock Market: Trump's Trade War: Does it benefit short-term stock traders?

    Source:

    🔷https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/05/07/us/...

    After reading the area in the article about tax laws and stock ploys, It inspired the question: Can all of the ups/downs in the stock market benefit short-term traders?

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    2 AnswersPolitics1 year ago
  • Can you legally create a Google extension for a site you don't own and add it to the web store?

    If I were to create an extension for a website and post it to the Google Chrome Web Store, would it be in violation of any laws?

    Would it be similar to web scraping, or is it different? The extension would only use client-side processing and theming.

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    1 AnswerGoogle1 year ago
  • Human Behavior: When a person constantly reads into what you say to find fault, whether real or imagined, is it subconscious or conscious?

    Certain people will always find fault with what you say, whether it's based on contorting what you say or falsely extrapolating; they do it so innately, that I wonder if it's subconscious or conscious. Does the majority within this group realize what they are doing?

    It doesn't matter what you say: You could be absolutely correct, yet if it doesn't match what they believe, you are lying or subversive. Do you run into these people often or ever?

    From my observations, they will always resort to personal attacks outside the disagreement, after a while:

    ▶️ If you are religiously open, they will attack you for it, regardless if it isn't part of the disagreement.

    ▶️ They will attack from ridiculing or labeling you with derogatory language.

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  • Psychology: Do you know passive-aggressive people who offer "suggestions" to manipulate?

    From observations in my life, there seems a large number of people who offer "suggestions" in order to manipulate and coerce you:

    ▶️ Why don't you move to another city, it will be good for you. (They want you to move.)

    ▶️ Do you want to go to this store, I think you would like it. (They wanted to go to the store.)

    ▶️ You should go out with your friends. (They wanted the house to themselves.)

    ▶️ Etc.

    Do you experience people engaging in this type of passive-aggressiveness? Where they make suggestions under a false pretext?

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    3 AnswersPsychology1 year ago
  • Politics: Since Obamacare increased access to medical, Can Obama be responsible for the low unemployment rates by health improving?

    People, oftentimes, attribute low unemployment to Trump: Not only did Trump inherit a prospering economy from the recession, how much could improved medical access account for low unemployment numbers? From my view, it should be considerable.

    When I was looking at data, beforehand, most of the new jobs are created in the Medical field, probably to account for more insured people; this makes sense to me. If you further that thought process, people who are healthier can sustain work better.

    Therefore, could Obamacare, which includes Medicaid Expansion, account for a considerable amount of the unemployment numbers dropping; accounting for through healthier people and Medical jobs created?

    What do you think?

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    11 AnswersPolitics1 year ago
  • Sociological polls: Do you trust studies which are based on social polling?

    Interested to know what everyone's responses will be: Are studies based on polling only as good as its sources?

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    5 AnswersSociology1 year ago
  • Sociology: When a person advocates an immoral/unethical solution to a social problem, what type of background do they normally share?

    I've seen people advocating uncivilized solutions to problems, which have solutions that can be moral and ethical:

    ▶️ Killing immigrants who cross illegally into the U.S.

    ▶️ Roundup and put homeless people into concentration camps.

    ▶️ Take away social programs from people who depend on them without replacement programs.

    ▶️ Etc.

    What causes a person to develop such destructive "solutions"? What background do they normally share?

    ▶️ Were they abused?

    ▶️ Were they from broken/abusive families?

    ▶️ Did they never learn morality and were always spoiled?

    You would think there should be a common denominator since I see it constantly, anymore.

    ▶️ Society doesn't offer resistance and is more tolerant of these individuals?

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    1 AnswerSociology1 year ago
  • Politics: Agree or Disagree: The Trade War's damages are less pronounced since businesses greatly overcharge?

    Do you disagree that businesses greatly overcharge in the U.S.? If so, explain.

    Also, have you witnessed increase prices in products that you normally buy? Why isn't the price disparity from before the Trade War and now far worse?

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    5 AnswersPolitics1 year ago
  • Sociology: Do you believe that a person's astrological sign correlates with personality?

    Even though I don't go by astrological signs, I find it interesting that they assign personalities based on them: If you ever saw yours, do you think it's accurate for you?

    Just like the Japanese culture uses their zodiacs and blood types with dating: Do you think blood type can influence personality?

    I don't see how what month and what blood type a person is can have any impact on their personality, but it would be interesting if it turned out to be accurate and correlated.

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    7 AnswersHoroscopes1 year ago
  • Human Behavior: Do people form vulgar/negative associations in order to curb/conform to others?

    Even though I have witnessed this before subconsciously, I have never truly considered it before:

    Have you ever witnessed this sort of behavior? People, who assign vulgar associations to otherwise non-vulgar conduct, thereby causing the person to be conflicted?

    It sounds like there should be a psychological term for it; if you happen to know, I would love to hear it.

    Do you behave this way or ever had it done to you?

    ▶️ Fat Shaming women into changing their diet.

    ▶️ Abusive parents that derogatorily label their children to make them less defiant.

    ▶️ Women, who have eating problems by negatively associating food with disgusting imagery.

    ▶️ Etc.

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    1 AnswerPsychology1 year ago
  • Sociology: How many of your relationships are primarily based on benefits versus emotions?

    From what I can observe, people tend to form beneficial relationships like obtaining references or resources they need rather than friendship and love: Have you witnessed people connecting for ulterior motivations?

    It would be interesting to know if you form relationships based strictly on benefits rather than emotions? Do they account for the majority of your relationships?

    Take Care, With 💙 Through God and Jesus and The Holy Ghost,

    1 AnswerSociology1 year ago
  • Human Behavior: What motivates/inspires you to grow?

    I'm curious to know what motivates people to grow; what influences their nature and character to improve?

    Least 3 major components that affect you to improve yourself.

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    2 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 year ago
  • Human Behavior: Do you try and find fault in others to justify your own conduct?

    I have witnessed a lot of people who go out of their way to find the negative in others; a lot of times, they do this to justify their own bad conduct. Have you witnessed this often, or do it yourself?

    ▶️ Since I found you doing this, I can do that.

    ▶️ Since I helped you here, you got to give in there.

    ▶️ You are imperfect here, so we can be imperfect there.

    ▶️ Since you are wrong here, I am justifiable there since you deserve it.

    ▶️ Etc.

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    9 AnswersPsychology1 year ago
  • Human Behavior: How often do you make sacrifices for others?

    I firmly acknowledge that sacrifice is a pivotal component of Love; true love requires sacrifice: Do you believe so, as well?

    How often do you sacrifice an area in your life for someone to have it better in theirs?

    Who do you do it for?

    ▶️ Friends?

    ▶️ Family?

    ▶️ Acquaintances?

    ▶️ Lovers?

    ▶️ Strangers?

    ▶️ Or, only when you can get something from the person in return?

    Take Care, With 💙 Through God and Jesus and The Holy Ghost,

    5 AnswersPsychology1 year ago
  • When you are the best version of yourself, do you fight your human nature or allow it?

    When I battle against my human nature, I find that I am the best possible version of myself; what about you? I am curious to know your perception on the matter.

    Does the human heart naturally/innately go towards the darker spectrum of spirituality without resistance?

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    1 AnswerReligion & Spirituality1 year ago
  • Do parents allow their children to raise themselves nowadays, which creates morality/ethicality problems into adulthood?

    From what I can observe, it seems like a lot of parents prescribe to allowing children to figure out life on their own without enforcing their own foundation as the child's foundation; this translates to allowing the children to raise themselves as if they know best.

    Do you witness this behavior? If you do and agree with that form of philosophy, why do you agree with it?

    Take Care, With 💙 Through God and Jesus and The Holy Ghost,

    2 AnswersParenting1 year ago
  • Since Trump is threatening Mexico with new traffics, can any country trust The U.S. to honor its agreements?

    Source link:

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/31/surprise-mexican-t...

    What do you think, will countries further distance themselves from The U.S. and cease to do more business with them?

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    9 AnswersPolitics1 year ago
  • Agree or disagree: If you use financial pressure to dictate law, you don't respect Due Process by coercing people to vote your way.?

    Businesses should stay out of politics, I currently believe.

    Individuals boycotting is one thing, but huge corporations which use vast resources is more like "holding people hostage." While these tactics work, for the time being, it only escalates matters and won't work forever.

    What do you think: Do people restricting resources to coerce people into complying really equate to respecting the voting process? If so, how far are you willing to support the tactics?

    Take Care, With Love Through God and Jesus and The Holy Ghost,

    1 AnswerPolitics1 year ago
  • If The U.S. opened up a national vote to impeach Trump, which way would you vote? Why?

    If you do vote to impeach, what conduct was impeachable for you?

    If you do not vote to impeach, how do you justify Trump's presidency?

    Take Care, With Love Through God and Jesus and The Holy Ghost,

    9 AnswersPolitics1 year ago