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  • What is the name of the Inn where Crispin hid?

    We are making a trivia game for a school project, and we don't have the book here.

    Crispin: The Cross of Lead

    Thanks!

    1 AnswerBooks & Authors1 decade ago
  • Like Prince, How old are you?

    I've seen a lot of questions on whether Prince was good or not, etc., at the Superbowl Half Time show. Some of you loved him; some of you hated him. Is this a generational thing? So, what I want you to answer is:

    Did you like him?

    How old are you?

    Did you like him before the show or not?

    6 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • A lot of homework or a little homework?

    I want people's opinions as to an appropriate amount of homework. I'm not looking for recommended hours per grade or whatever. I'm wondering whether you think homework in itself is of value to busy students these days. I'm talking about kids that are involved in sports, outside classes, "geeky" clubs, etc. My kids used to go to private school and got TONS of homework. Now they go to public school and are able to finish their assigned work in school because a lot of their schoolmates are in home situations that are not conducive to homework completion (semi-inner city school). In any event, I don't see a huge difference in the quality of their education, and I've come to the conclusion that amount of homework does not equate to quality of education. My nephew, however, feels that homework, and a lot of it, is a necessary part of education. Do you agree with me or my nephew (best answer to the person that substantiates their response even if they don't agree with me)?

    13 AnswersPrimary & Secondary Education1 decade ago
  • Is "lol" way over used on Yahoo! Answers?

    Does it irritate anyone else? People will make a joke and then say "lol" as though that is our cue. I notice only people with female avatars use it, so, it always makes me think they are ditzy. Is it just the very young girls that use it all the time, or are there users with a more "classical" age also using it?

    18 AnswersYahoo Answers1 decade ago
  • Analog sound is much quieter than digital sound, why?

    I just got a new receiver. I have my DVD connected with S - Video cable for the video, and digital for the sound. My TiVo and TV/Cable are connected with analog (RCA? I don't know the proper term, I guess) for sound and S - Video for video. When I go from DVD to TV, I have to turn the volume way up to hear? Is this a connection thing or a receiver thing?

    I hate it when someone says "serious answers only" at the bottom of their questions. So, I won't say that, but I do really want to know.

    6 AnswersHome Theater1 decade ago
  • Does that spray through a hose window cleaner really work?

    My windows are so dirty, and I don't want to spend all the time taking them apart and climbing a ladder more than about once a year.

    Cleaning & Laundry1 decade ago