• How come the US doesn't have nude beaches?

    How come the US doesn't have nude beaches ..? Where light/ small sexual acts are tolerated.
    How come the US doesn't have nude beaches ..? Where light/ small sexual acts are tolerated.
    18 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should some US states be merged?

    I think several states could be merged so that government will be more efficient. I suggest Vermont + New Hampshire, Rhode Island + Connecticut, Maryland + Delaware; Alabama + Mississippi; South Dakota + North Dakota; Montana + Idaho + Wyoming. Likewise, some of the larger states could be split into multiple... show more
    I think several states could be merged so that government will be more efficient. I suggest Vermont + New Hampshire, Rhode Island + Connecticut, Maryland + Delaware; Alabama + Mississippi; South Dakota + North Dakota; Montana + Idaho + Wyoming. Likewise, some of the larger states could be split into multiple states: California, Texas, and Florida could each be split into at least two states. Puerto Rico could be upgraded to a state, while Alaska would become a territory (like Guam or American Samoa). The Upper Peninsula of Michigan could be sold to Canada to reduce our national debt, or perhaps merged with Wisconsin, which is a more natural geographic alignment.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should I travel on greyhound or amtrak? Why?

    Best answer: It depends on where you are going. Greyhound goes places where Amtrak doesn't.
    Best answer: It depends on where you are going. Greyhound goes places where Amtrak doesn't.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why isn't Jacksonville as popular as other big Florida cities!?

    Best answer: JAX (and the entire Florida Panhandle) is more of a Georgian city than a Floridian. When people up north think about Florida, they tend to think about nice, hot weather, palm trees, neon lights, & parties, and not rednecks, big trucks, huge rainstorm, mosquitoes, swamps, & a place where college football is... show more
    Best answer: JAX (and the entire Florida Panhandle) is more of a Georgian city than a Floridian. When people up north think about Florida, they tend to think about nice, hot weather, palm trees, neon lights, & parties, and not rednecks, big trucks, huge rainstorm, mosquitoes, swamps, & a place where college football is a religion. Being from Chicago, I have never even heard of Jacksonville, FL, until the NFL started a franchise down there (many people up here have said likewise).

    While I was in the Navy, my main duty station was in Little Creek, VA. Then, I volunteered for a "Temporary Additional Duty" (TAD) in JAX, because I hated being in Southern Virginia. I thought I was going to have so much fun down in "FLORIDA;" I was wrong. I should have known that it was too good to be true, since on one else volunteered for that duty. But to be fair, being in JAX was still better than being in Southern Virginia in my opinion.

    Btw, JAX may be the most populated city in the South, but it covers, pretty much, the entire county of Duval. JAX is the largest city in the contiguous 48 states, as far as area goes.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • What are U.S. cities that best match these?

    -Low cost of living -Affordable housing -Good job market -Decent paying jobs -Relatively easy to start a business -Friendly warm people, good sense of community -Relativity diverse in terms of ethnicities -Easy access to nature/hiking
    -Low cost of living -Affordable housing -Good job market -Decent paying jobs -Relatively easy to start a business -Friendly warm people, good sense of community -Relativity diverse in terms of ethnicities -Easy access to nature/hiking
    4 answers · 18 hours ago
  • What is the best beach to go to in Florida in the wintertime?

    Best answer: Consider the fact that the beaches on the east coast are still on the North Atlantic. That is, while it might be 80 degrees in the sun, the water is still going to be VERY cold. When we lived in Florida, we have relatives visit who insisted on going in the water because the air temperature was warm, but they... show more
    Best answer: Consider the fact that the beaches on the east coast are still on the North Atlantic. That is, while it might be 80 degrees in the sun, the water is still going to be VERY cold. When we lived in Florida, we have relatives visit who insisted on going in the water because the air temperature was warm, but they didn't stay in very long. So it depends whether you actually want to go in the water. The Gulf side has somewhat warmer water, since it's shallower and warms more quickly. But the panhandle beaches are still pretty chilly in the winter, Down around Ft. Myers/St. Petersburg/ Tampa is a better choice.
    12 answers · 5 days ago
  • Do americans use whatssap?

    Best answer: some do, if they have foreigner friends
    Best answer: some do, if they have foreigner friends
    14 answers · 6 days ago
  • What should I do with 2 weeks off?

    I have to take 10 business days off between now and the 3rd week of Dec. Nobody I know has any available time off to travel with me so I m trying to decide what to do with my time. I get cabin fever if I sit around too long but the idea of traveling alone is also depressing.
    I have to take 10 business days off between now and the 3rd week of Dec. Nobody I know has any available time off to travel with me so I m trying to decide what to do with my time. I get cabin fever if I sit around too long but the idea of traveling alone is also depressing.
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • 21 to check into a hotel?

    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why does waking instead of driving seem less stressful?

    I have lately taken to walking to get places that don't take long to make it to. I still have to drive to get from my house to the city, yes (I live on a farm pretty far out) but in town I will just park somewhere and just walk to go to all my places I need to go. It takes a little longer, yes but overall I... show more
    I have lately taken to walking to get places that don't take long to make it to. I still have to drive to get from my house to the city, yes (I live on a farm pretty far out) but in town I will just park somewhere and just walk to go to all my places I need to go. It takes a little longer, yes but overall I feel so much less stressed out and not as mean everywhere I go. Why is this?
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can I extend my ESTA in the US?

    I will be travelling a lot within the States (LA, NY, Chicago etc) and I know I need to apply for an ESTA, which gives me up to 90 days and multiple entries. I know I don't need a valid ESTA on departure. However, I can't seem to find anyway whether or not I am allowed to apply for a new ESTA once those 90... show more
    I will be travelling a lot within the States (LA, NY, Chicago etc) and I know I need to apply for an ESTA, which gives me up to 90 days and multiple entries. I know I don't need a valid ESTA on departure. However, I can't seem to find anyway whether or not I am allowed to apply for a new ESTA once those 90 days have been used up? Do I have to wait a period of time before applying again or can I apply straight away? Or would I have to apply for a B1 tourist visa? I won't be working out in these places, it's simply travelling between different cities. Therefore, unknown with specific days I will be in one place or where I will be the following week etc. These are probably silly questions, but I figured I should ask to get as much information before I set off. Thanks
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is south carolina a horrible state to live in?

    Best answer: It's nice enough outside of the big towns... one of my best online friends is from there... scenery is nice enough, but not that exciting compared other parts of the States.... and you'll definately need air con in the summer. Casey Neistat did one of his YouTube vlogs there for the eclipse, and noticed... show more
    Best answer: It's nice enough outside of the big towns... one of my best online friends is from there... scenery is nice enough, but not that exciting compared other parts of the States.... and you'll definately need air con in the summer.

    Casey Neistat did one of his YouTube vlogs there for the eclipse, and noticed how nice everyone is there (but then he is from New York City)........ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imxRr8sn...
    7 answers · 1 week ago
  • I want to move somewhere warm. Where should I go?

    I currently moved back to Iowa where my parents/family and College friends live after living in Colorado for 4 years. I am merely just coming back here for an extended pit stop but am reminded why I left iowa to begin with. I can transfer almost anywhere with work so that is not an issue. I'm a single male, 27,... show more
    I currently moved back to Iowa where my parents/family and College friends live after living in Colorado for 4 years. I am merely just coming back here for an extended pit stop but am reminded why I left iowa to begin with. I can transfer almost anywhere with work so that is not an issue. I'm a single male, 27, enjoy the outdoors and warm weather, motorcycle riding, and friendly people. Looking to move to a warm climate area with a nearby city and (but not necessary) a body of watch, ocean or lake. Austin Texas or Phoenix Arizona sound great but wondering if amyone has any other suggestions! Thanks!
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • I'm thinking of moving to the south, should I move to Arizona, New Mexico, or Florida?

    Best answer: Depends on what you're looking for if you're into Nightlife and Beaches and a tropical climate in the winter then Miami Florida is the place to be. If you're looking for more of a dry heat and mountains outside your door then Phoenix Arizona would the place to be and pretty much the same with New Mexico
    Best answer: Depends on what you're looking for if you're into Nightlife and Beaches and a tropical climate in the winter then Miami Florida is the place to be. If you're looking for more of a dry heat and mountains outside your door then Phoenix Arizona would the place to be and pretty much the same with New Mexico
    7 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do the states of Vermont and Delaware have under 1 million people in them?

    Best answer: Size, for starters. Delaware is the 2nd smallest state. Rhode Island is the only one smaller, and it barely has more than a million people (it only has about 100,000 more people than Delaware). Vermont is the 6th smallest state. Also, there aren't any major cities in either of those states. Vermont is a... show more
    Best answer: Size, for starters. Delaware is the 2nd smallest state. Rhode Island is the only one smaller, and it barely has more than a million people (it only has about 100,000 more people than Delaware). Vermont is the 6th smallest state.
    Also, there aren't any major cities in either of those states. Vermont is a mostly rural area wedged between rural parts of New York and New Hampshire (and New Hampshire, which barely cracks a million, includes suburbs of Boston).
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • What are the warmest cities in Alaska?

    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Work and Travel USA. Where should I begin?

    Hello, I am a Lithuanian student, and next year I am planning on going to USA with programme called "Work and Travel USA". I want to earn some money, but most of all I want to see the country, meet with locals, learn about the culture and get priceless experience. Could anyone share their experience or... show more
    Hello, I am a Lithuanian student, and next year I am planning on going to USA with programme called "Work and Travel USA". I want to earn some money, but most of all I want to see the country, meet with locals, learn about the culture and get priceless experience. Could anyone share their experience or have an advice of what should I be looking in state/work/employer? Thank you.
    3 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is Pittsburgh the best city?

    I live near here and it’s pretty. Especially especially with light up night this Friday
    I live near here and it’s pretty. Especially especially with light up night this Friday
    3 answers · 4 days ago
  • Could u survive in the big apple or would you prefer a nice Wyoming or West Virginia countryside lifestyle?

    Best answer: I'd pick New York City over West Virginia or Wyoming, personally.

    I do like visiting Wyoming and WV, but I think I'd get bored living in either of those places.
    Best answer: I'd pick New York City over West Virginia or Wyoming, personally.

    I do like visiting Wyoming and WV, but I think I'd get bored living in either of those places.
    3 answers · 4 days ago
  • How Does School Work in America?

    I'm from Australia where we have four terms (of generally 9 weeks) a year. The first term runs from January to April, the second goes from April to June, then the third is July to September and then October to December for the final term. After each term, we have about a 2-3 week holiday, except after the last... show more
    I'm from Australia where we have four terms (of generally 9 weeks) a year. The first term runs from January to April, the second goes from April to June, then the third is July to September and then October to December for the final term. After each term, we have about a 2-3 week holiday, except after the last term where we have an 8 week holiday. How does it differ in America? Is it true you guys start in September??
    7 answers · 7 days ago