• I really hope harrison ford is all right?

    Seems like he got in a plane crash. He was listed in "fair to moderate condition," but that doesn't mean it didn't hurt, and that he's gonna be on the set of Star Wars Episode 8 first thing in the morning. Something could still happen. I don't know, guys. Let's take a moment for... show more
    Seems like he got in a plane crash. He was listed in "fair to moderate condition," but that doesn't mean it didn't hurt, and that he's gonna be on the set of Star Wars Episode 8 first thing in the morning. Something could still happen. I don't know, guys. Let's take a moment for Harrison Ford.
    30 answers · Movies · 8 hours ago
  • Tendulkar believes world cup should have even more teams than there are now, do you think he is right?

    Best answer: Yes, I agree with him. 25 teams might be a bit more but the teams should not be reduced. If there are only 10 teams playing at the WC, that really is not a WC by any means. Do you think Afghanistan's people will follow the WC if their team isn't there? It really is a backward step and ICC's... show more
    Best answer: Yes, I agree with him. 25 teams might be a bit more but the teams should not be reduced. If there are only 10 teams playing at the WC, that really is not a WC by any means. Do you think Afghanistan's people will follow the WC if their team isn't there? It really is a backward step and ICC's clarification that only the elites should compete in the elite tourney is simply ridiculous, to say the least. They are just looking for short term financial goals rather than the long term popularity.
    Apart from the Aus-NZ thriller, which elite team involving match has been so competitive? rather the matches between the associates have been thrillers in this WC.
    15 answers · Cricket · 2 days ago
  • Can someone help me find a good breeder? Are these any good?

    I am in the process of adopting a cavalier king charles spaniel. I am from Kentucky, so I started looking at Blue Sky Cavaliers about an hour from my house in central ky. They are $1200 each and AKC registered, but when I asked the breeder about all the genetic health issues and if she keeps track of the... show more
    I am in the process of adopting a cavalier king charles spaniel. I am from Kentucky, so I started looking at Blue Sky Cavaliers about an hour from my house in central ky. They are $1200 each and AKC registered, but when I asked the breeder about all the genetic health issues and if she keeps track of the parents' lines to make sure they are clear, she said that would be too costly. Of course all puppies are clear of heart problems, but you don't find out a dog has these issues until they are 6 or 7 according to her, and by that time she has stopped breeding them. So I was also looking at "Puppyloversplace" near Springfield, Missouri, where Julianne Hough got her cavalier. They are $2400 each (is the extra money worth it?). I am not looking for a show dog, but these are all champion bred so I think they know details about each puppy's "line." I called this breeder's vet for a reference and he said he would recommend her. They also have a 5 year health guarantee, whereas blue sky has a 2 year guarantee. Puppyloversplace is a 7 hour drive from my house. I could pay extra to have the dog shipped to me, but I would not be able to visit with the puppy before adopting it if I did that, so it would be a much longer drive than Blue Sky. The ACKCSC regional club's breeder referral for Kentucky also recommended derbyrun-folklore cavaliers (breeder: Shoney McNabb) and Linda Fairchild, so I have contacted them as well. What should I do?
    5 answers · Dogs · 4 days ago
  • Did no one inform the First Lady of Mexico of the proper protocol for Royal banquet attire?

    Best answer: Here in America when George W. Bush was our President a group of young ladies (from some school) came to visit him at the Whitehouse and they wore flipflops and they were called out on that by the Press. Since that time I've seen a real lack of protocol, decorum and etiquette here. Even in the churches here... show more
    Best answer: Here in America when George W. Bush was our President a group of young ladies (from some school) came to visit him at the Whitehouse and they wore flipflops and they were called out on that by the Press. Since that time I've seen a real lack of protocol, decorum and etiquette here. Even in the churches here since around 1980 where you're never supposed to wear bare shoulders, short skirts and low cut necklines well that's all you see in the churches now by young people. It's almost like parents were too busy to teach their kids proper etiquette. But you're talking about another country showing disrespect, and yes that too has gone south. They weren't embarrassed by their attire, they would say you were embarrassed by your own embarrassment, yeah that's how they twist things today. It's a real shame. I side with you on this.

    When people show up in court here in bad attire the judge calls them out on it, they shrug and that's as far as it goes. Too bad there aren't any etiquette police.
    57 answers · Royalty · 24 hours ago
  • Whats the big deal about Netanyahu speech to congress?

    Best answer: The big deal is that Netanyahu is anti-American. He is attacking the United States for attempting to work out an agreement with Iran that might prevent a war down the road. And the unpatriotic conservatives in the House are lapping it up. Not because they are "pro-Israel." They aren't. A person... show more
    Best answer: The big deal is that Netanyahu is anti-American. He is attacking the United States for attempting to work out an agreement with Iran that might prevent a war down the road.

    And the unpatriotic conservatives in the House are lapping it up. Not because they are "pro-Israel." They aren't. A person can't support the legitimate rights of the Israeli people and at the same time endorse Netanyahu's violent agenda. But the anti-muslim and racist attitude fo the extreme right in this country is more important to them than anything -- including the best interests of the United States..

    Keep in mind these anti-American elements are NOT criticizing a proposed treaty with Iran. That might be warranted. They are attacking the effort to find a peaceful solution, period.

    That's not supporting the Israeli people. More important, it is an active and deliberate betrayal of the interests of the American people.
    137 answers · Politics · 3 days ago
  • Who invented google..!!?

    50 answers · Google · 18 hours ago
  • Is black a colour?

    Is black a colour. Many people say it isn't. Why is this?
    Is black a colour. Many people say it isn't. Why is this?
    246 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago
  • I have always wanted to be a soldier in my heart, but I don't agree with Americas military wars help please?

    I am 22 and in college (going to graduate in a year) and ever since I was 16 in high school doing JROTC I have wanted to be a soldier.....specifically Air Force Pararescue. I have researched the field extensively and am in very good physical shape and have a strong mind and spirit- I don't quit. However, my... show more
    I am 22 and in college (going to graduate in a year) and ever since I was 16 in high school doing JROTC I have wanted to be a soldier.....specifically Air Force Pararescue. I have researched the field extensively and am in very good physical shape and have a strong mind and spirit- I don't quit. However, my only dilemma before I sign the dotted line is moral.....I don't want to die/get seriously injured for something I don't believe in. I know I have the capability and aptitude to be a good PJ and am not afraid of dying/injury for a righteous cause or battle. But in my heart I do not agree with Americas wars and therefore am at a dilemma of following my dream and becoming an airman and possibly dying in vain or not enlisting and never getting to fulfill what I've worked so hard for up to now. any advice would be greatly appreciated especially from soldiers who were once in my position. Thank you and god bless.
    43 answers · Military · 1 day ago