• Why don't liberals give war a chance?

    Best answer: liberals are actually for our enemy
    Best answer: liberals are actually for our enemy
    18 answers · History · 7 hours ago
  • Is this logical? Women who send nude pics are sleazy but the men who purposefully ask for or view them are saints?

    Does your hypocrisy ever hurt you inside? It would me but maybe I'm just sensirive
    Does your hypocrisy ever hurt you inside? It would me but maybe I'm just sensirive
    16 answers · Photography · 4 hours ago
  • Could someone please tell me who the dude in the picture is?
Is it Cupid?

    Could someone please tell me who the dude in the picture is? Is it Cupid?

    Best answer:   .
      Cupid who seduces Innocence
    black and white chalk on blue paper
    Musée du Louvre, Paris
    http://www.centroarte.com/images/Prud'ho...

    Prud'hon, Pierre-Paul
    http://digilander.libero.it/debibliothec...

    ..
    Best answer:   .
      Cupid who seduces Innocence
    black and white chalk on blue paper
    Musée du Louvre, Paris
    http://www.centroarte.com/images/Prud'ho...

    Prud'hon, Pierre-Paul
    http://digilander.libero.it/debibliothec...

    ..
    4 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 8 hours ago
  • Why would you want to be somewhere other than where you already are?

    You might thing this is silly question, for there are numerous reason, as to why someone would like to BE somewhere else, but at least give it a thought, to see if you can find a reason to stand opposed numerous ones that urging you constantly to be somewhere you are not!
    You might thing this is silly question, for there are numerous reason, as to why someone would like to BE somewhere else, but at least give it a thought, to see if you can find a reason to stand opposed numerous ones that urging you constantly to be somewhere you are not!
    16 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Do you think death is a scarecrow, put in place to protect the corn?

    Best answer: It's an interesting paradox, as the Scarecrow is known to be both a totem of death and fear, but also holds the opposite symbolism of hope and prosperity. Scarecrows are meant to frighten away crows from the crops, which is why they are often eerie and frightening. They are pseudo-human creations, which... show more
    Best answer: It's an interesting paradox, as the Scarecrow is known to be both a totem of death and fear, but also holds the opposite symbolism of hope and prosperity.

    Scarecrows are meant to frighten away crows from the crops, which is why they are often eerie and frightening. They are pseudo-human creations, which puts them in the same category as dolls.

    They are symbols of death because they carry the reminder of the fear of starvation, if the crows eat the harvest. On the other hand, they are symbols of harvest and plenty as the corn will survive if no crows eats of it, thus the farmers and people live on.

    Perhaps, it's the way we symbolize these things, that gives me pause... personally, I wouldn't want a Scarecrow to be my conjuration or magical charm to be my protector as the ideal of this; seems freaky!! (lol, sorry, that is just how I sees this!!)... I'd rather view this from the hope and prosperity point of view and somehow the Scarecrow protecting me, seems shadowy. I like the ideal of Life for the farmers and people to continue on and the harvest of the fields to keep producing.
    ~~~~ I do see Death as an entity that propels us into various realities though!
    16 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • If I was born in the USA?

    but my parents were born in Asia would i consider to be an American or American citizen, because I thought only African Americans and Caucasian people were Americans
    but my parents were born in Asia would i consider to be an American or American citizen, because I thought only African Americans and Caucasian people were Americans
    22 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • Is life fake?

    27 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • If it were not for Constantine, would Christianity most likely have stayed an underground cult that withered away and was little known about?

    Best answer: No, the persecution actually caused Christianity to grow. You mentioned apostles and churches. I think you meant buildings. The persecution prevented them from having buildings. Most of the time they had to meet in homes. During times if extreme persecution, they hid in catacombs for mass. Constantine’s edict of... show more
    Best answer: No, the persecution actually caused Christianity to grow.

    You mentioned apostles and churches. I think you meant buildings. The persecution prevented them from having buildings. Most of the time they had to meet in homes. During times if extreme persecution, they hid in catacombs for mass. Constantine’s edict of Milan did allow them to build church buildings.

    There were 318 bishops present for the council of Nicaea in 325 AD. Not all bishops could attend because of the distance, including the Bishop of Rome. In fact, Only 5 bishops from the West were able to attend.

    Constantine hampered Christianity. He favored the Eastern bishops and set a stage that led to an eventual split between the Eastern and Western Church. He was Arian and almost gave power to the Arians.
    13 answers · History · 11 hours ago
  • What do you think of mr.Obama?

    19 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • Was declaring war on Germany in 1914 also among the single greatest mistakes in British history?

    Best answer: Biggest mistake was not rape and pillage the stupid colonials in the 1750s to control them hicks
    Best answer: Biggest mistake was not rape and pillage the stupid colonials in the 1750s to control them hicks
    24 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • Was there any recorded PTSD before world war 1?

    Everytime i research PTSD i find that people started noticing it during the great war but I couldn t find anything before that. Was it because the way of life was different or is it due to us as a society recognizing the symptoms? Would warriors in ancient times suffered PTSD? Was there anything like that recorded?
    Everytime i research PTSD i find that people started noticing it during the great war but I couldn t find anything before that. Was it because the way of life was different or is it due to us as a society recognizing the symptoms? Would warriors in ancient times suffered PTSD? Was there anything like that recorded?
    10 answers · History · 5 hours ago
  • Badass surnames?

    So I'm writing a book with a cool boss that runs a company called Leopard.co. I was thinking something along the lines of 'Coleman', but that is used a ton. So if you have any badass/smart surnames, flood your ideas to me!
    So I'm writing a book with a cool boss that runs a company called Leopard.co. I was thinking something along the lines of 'Coleman', but that is used a ton. So if you have any badass/smart surnames, flood your ideas to me!
    11 answers · Books & Authors · 13 hours ago
  • Would America use atomic bomb on Germany had they not been defeated in 1945?

    Let's assume the Germans were still holding on in 1945 and they were weak but not invaded yet by Russians or Americans.. Would America use its atomic bombs on Germany if they were unwilling to surrender? I for one believe they would not have because Germans were white people after all and I do not believe... show more
    Let's assume the Germans were still holding on in 1945 and they were weak but not invaded yet by Russians or Americans.. Would America use its atomic bombs on Germany if they were unwilling to surrender? I for one believe they would not have because Germans were white people after all and I do not believe the American public would have kindly accepted this act.. The Japanese were looked down as asiatic savages and many were sent to internment camps across America.
    12 answers · History · 20 hours ago
  • Martin Luther King Jr wasn't a Christian?

    Best answer: If he didn't believe those things, he would not be a Christian, but I'll leave that Judgment to God.
    Best answer: If he didn't believe those things, he would not be a Christian, but I'll leave that Judgment to God.
    28 answers · History · 3 days ago