• Do people still like to read books?

    I have a huge passion for writing, and I was wondering if people still like to read for fun? It would be fun to write a novel sometime in the near future.
    I have a huge passion for writing, and I was wondering if people still like to read for fun? It would be fun to write a novel sometime in the near future.
    29 answers · Books & Authors · 15 hours ago
  • Does anyone like Adolf Hitler?

    Best answer: I kind of feel sorry for him given his messed up family.
    Best answer: I kind of feel sorry for him given his messed up family.
    38 answers · History · 1 day ago
  • Why did kennedy assinate?

    i dont have a clue
    i dont have a clue
    21 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • HOLOCAUST QUESTION?!?

    Let's just suppose back in time you're at a Holocaust concentration camp (or even local German streets) and you're blood of Spanish (Spain). Would German guards kill you? Did the Germans have anything against the Spanish? Would you have had to go into hiding even though you weren't Jewish?
    Let's just suppose back in time you're at a Holocaust concentration camp (or even local German streets) and you're blood of Spanish (Spain). Would German guards kill you? Did the Germans have anything against the Spanish? Would you have had to go into hiding even though you weren't Jewish?
    14 answers · History · 22 hours ago
  • Why is the definition of love subjective?

    Best answer: I doubt you had an official definition of love in mind here. We differ and therefor experience things differently. If one is brought up with all the care and affections from their parents and the other without, it is natural that their perception of love is going to differ. Our personal definition of love is based... show more
    Best answer: I doubt you had an official definition of love in mind here.
    We differ and therefor experience things differently.
    If one is brought up with all the care and affections from their parents and the other without, it is natural that their perception of love is going to differ.
    Our personal definition of love is based not only on positive emotions we receive but negative as well.
    26 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Has atheism become too dogmatic?

    Best answer: I would say so yes, I would cal myself 'of no religion' as I am not a nail myself to my own cross secularist; some people seem almost offended to their core, that others have belief in their gods and demand proof (almost dictatorially) obviously misunderstanding the word Faith (i.e. there is, and neither do... show more
    Best answer: I would say so yes, I would cal myself 'of no religion' as I am not a nail myself to my own cross secularist; some people seem almost offended to their core, that others have belief in their gods and demand proof (almost dictatorially) obviously misunderstanding the word Faith (i.e. there is, and neither do they require, proof)
    Me personally disagree with what they believe, but don't really care, if they want to have faith, it doesn't harm my life...I mean some people love One Direction, but I don't get that either
    27 answers · Philosophy · 1 day ago
  • What are most poems about today?

    I am writing an essay about poetry and one of the things I need is the typical message. Are most poems today meant to make you sad? or are more meant to make you feel happy or calm? Or do you think there is an equal balance between the feelings? Please give your input, thanks
    I am writing an essay about poetry and one of the things I need is the typical message. Are most poems today meant to make you sad? or are more meant to make you feel happy or calm? Or do you think there is an equal balance between the feelings? Please give your input, thanks
    9 answers · Poetry · 1 day ago
  • Are you a former Republican who has returned to the fold after seeing how hateful and destructive Democrats have become?

    I had more or less joined the Constitution Party and left Republicans. I did vote for Trump but voted write-in instead of GOP for House and Senate. I had not voted for the GOP presidential nominee the previous 2 elections. But it looks like I am going to have to vote for the person most likely to defeat... show more
    I had more or less joined the Constitution Party and left Republicans. I did vote for Trump but voted write-in instead of GOP for House and Senate. I had not voted for the GOP presidential nominee the previous 2 elections. But it looks like I am going to have to vote for the person most likely to defeat Democrats for the foreseeable future as they have gone full blown America-hating, God-hating, anyone that does not think like them-hating in their efforts to completely destroy the Republic and kill everyone not on welfare.
    13 answers · Poetry · 3 hours ago
  • What name would fit this description for a character?

    The main character (Protagonist): My character is an american teenager who goes to high school. He is in love with a beautiful girl at high school. He has friends. He is caucasian, has dark hair, light eyes, slender and muscular. He is kind, sweet, caring, brave, humble, bold, selfless, intelligent,... show more
    The main character (Protagonist): My character is an american teenager who goes to high school. He is in love with a beautiful girl at high school. He has friends. He is caucasian, has dark hair, light eyes, slender and muscular. He is kind, sweet, caring, brave, humble, bold, selfless, intelligent, kind-hearted and determined. I have no idea what their names should be! Help? Thanks for the help.
    16 answers · Books & Authors · 19 hours ago
  • Theory is useless; we should learn from first hand experiences?

    All the reading material we have on internet and on various other information sources help us little in comparison to what we learn in our lives. These sources give information which are generalised and easy-to-read so that everyone can read it. One thing may be appropriate for a person but certainly not for... show more
    All the reading material we have on internet and on various other information sources help us little in comparison to what we learn in our lives. These sources give information which are generalised and easy-to-read so that everyone can read it. One thing may be appropriate for a person but certainly not for someone other, given both of them having same problem. Individual experiences and lessons may best suit to solve their problem and not generalised and 'proven' method.
    24 answers · Philosophy · 3 days ago