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  • How should I mix cranberry vodka and ginger ale?

    It's basically the best drink ever, but I don't know how to make it. What is a good ratio for a strong tasty drink?

    4 AnswersBeer, Wine & Spirits1 decade ago
  • Any ideas what to do with this fabric?

    So, I have this gorgeous poster that now has a hole in it.

    The hole is about the size of a nickel and is below the space between the S and T at the top. I don't want to just waste fabric and I have another poster to replace this one. The fabric is thin nylon, I believe. I was thinking clothing or pillowcase, but I am not sure how I'd feel about wearing or sleeping on this. Maybe some sort of bag... I want to keep the idea of the poster as intact as possible.


    4 AnswersFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
  • Physics- upward flow of H2O?

    A hose pipe has a pressure of 12 Pascals in the water at a lower end and pressure of 2 Pascals at a higher end where the velocity of the water is moving at the same rate as the lower end. How high is the upper end of the hose?

    Any explanation would be wonderful.

    2 AnswersPhysics1 decade ago
  • Physics problem: probably simple?

    Two men carry a 6 foot long 160 pound sofa with a 40 pound box of china 1 foot from one end. How many pounds must be supported at the heavier end?

    My physics teacher never went over this, and it's on the test. Do any conversions need to be done before working on this? The answer is said to be 113, but that could be wrong, although it's obviously the best answer out of the choices given.

    All the similar answers I got were just utter nonsense from a desperate mind. I need to know how this problem is done and any clue at all would make my life. Thanks!

    1 AnswerPhysics1 decade ago
  • What ELSE can a pharmacist do?

    I am hoping to enter pharmacy school, but every time I ask what one can do as a pharmacist, I hear, "Lots of things!" When I ask what, the reply is generally, "Retail and research, for starters." That's only two things, not "lots." I know they can be drug reps, but that does not require a Pharm D. So, really, what ELSE is there?

    4 AnswersHigher Education (University +)1 decade ago
  • pH of a solution...?

    Calculate the pHof a solution prepared by mixing 20.5 mL of a .5M sodium fluoride solution with 32.5 mL of a .75 M hydrofluoric acid solution.

    No Ka is given. Would I work this with an SRF table or what?

    Using an SRF table, I got pH=3.34.

    1 AnswerChemistry1 decade ago
  • What are some outstanding "tense" songs?

    What are some songs that have such a fast or powerful rythm or sound you could only describe it as being tense?

    Some examples-

    Path Vol 2 and Inquisition Symphony by Apocalyptica

    Der Ring Der Nibelungen by E Nomine

    WWiii by KMFDM

    Aus de Ruinen by L'ame Immortelle

    6 AnswersMusic1 decade ago
  • Chinese or Japanese and what does it mean?

    Does this really mean love, or does it mean something else?

    11 AnswersLanguages1 decade ago
  • How do I take care of my leather boots?

    I bought a pair of black leather Dr. Martins around 4 years ago and I just noticed there are tiny cracks in the leather. What does this indicate? My shepherd did get to them one night, but, fortunately for her, she did next to no damage. Might this be damage I didn't notice at the time? How do I prevent more cracking? Also, some of the stitching has come undone; is there any way to fix this?

    1 AnswerFashion & Accessories1 decade ago
  • What is the darkest song or band you've heard?

    Sometimes, you listen to a song and think "Wow, this is DARK."

    I am not looking for songs or bands that are dark because they belong to whatever genre you think is "dark," though the gothic genre is most likely to have this sound. This has nought to do with lyrics, message or image; it's all about SOUND.

    Examples of bands with a dark sound include E Nomine and Blutengel.

    8 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • Impossible to find lyrics. The French might know.?

    Can anyone supply the lyrics to "Vocabulary Spill" by Mass Hysteria? I have looked on the web and cannot find them. It's a French band, hence the reference in the question. Anyone who does this deserves 50 points, but I can only supply 10.

    2 AnswersMusic1 decade ago
  • Can a star be destroyed with a grain of sand?

    I overheard someone saying he read about it. I thought it intruiging. Seems as though it would have to be an utlra dense star and the sand grain adds enough density to make it form a black whole, but, unfortunately, I've never studied physics. So, pardon me if I sound like an idiot.

    I asked the internet; it didn't know.

    12 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago
  • What's wrong with Mr. Right?

    You're at a social event of any sort you wish; a bar, a church gathering, a fair, etc. Someone walks up to you and tells you his/her friend is interested in you and would like to meet. This person was not necessarily sent by this friend, so let's not assume the one interested in you is shy. Now, the person who approached you is trying to make this friend appealing to you and tells you of a characteristic this person has, thinking it will make him/her appealing. It doesn't; in fact, it repels you a little. What did he/she say? In a nutshell, what is a commonly desired characteristic that actually repels you? Maybe you don't like kids, so a person who wants children would not interest you. Is there a commonly undesired characteristic you find attractive? Perhaps you're insecure and feel more comfortable around others who are insecure. These are just examples; it can be anything. There must be someone out there who thinks the stereotyipical Mr. Right is repulsive in some way.

    8 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
  • Love, hate, neither or both? Details>>>?

    Which works best when trying to help/get a point across to a friend? Do you think there are some sitiuations where love works while there are others where hate works? Is it possible to hate someone out of love or that hate, when applied to friends, can be used as a type of tough love? I believe it's possible to care too much about someone not to hate him/her. If you use love and forgiveness to get the point across and it fails, is it possible to use hate and succeed? If you TRULY care about a person, would you not turn to hate to help him/her if you thought it would help? If a friend does something INCREDIBLY stupid and then asks if you hate said friend for doing that, would yes or no discourage them more from doing that stupid thing? Because I gave an honest no and I really wonder what would have happened had I said yes.

    Please consider what I am asking and explain thoroughly and logically what you think.

    2 AnswersFriends1 decade ago
  • The word with no antonym?

    Lonely. Does it have a true antonym? I have asked friends, who include english teachers and librarians, and I cannot seem to find a single word that means the opposite of lonely. Sure, there are words like extroverted and gregarious, but they only mean one is friendly, not un-lonely. Lonely describes the feeling one gets when one is alone and craves company, so I am looking for a word describing the feeling one gets when one is around people and craves to be alone. I get this unnamed feeling frequently, so there must be a name for it. I don't think crowded quite satisfies it, because if one is crowded, one can still get space without being alone.

    11 AnswersWords & Wordplay1 decade ago
  • How does one define the difference between being smart and being intelligent?

    Because they are definitely different. I know intelligent people who have made VERY stupid decisions, ones a smart person never would have made. Some are both, some are neither, and others are one or the other. Personally, I think intelligence is understanding things quickly and completely while smart is actually applying it once they gain understanding. I hope this makes sense, please think about it before answering.

    14 AnswersPsychology1 decade ago
  • What's the difference between an opinion and a judgement?

    I see nothing wrong with being opinionated and love hearing other's opinions, but when does one cross the line into becoming judgemental? We are human and cannot help but access one another. Might those with judgements be less open to change than those who are just opinionated?

    12 AnswersEtiquette1 decade ago