- 10 AnswersPolls & Surveys4 days ago
IF Hitler had surrendered and handed himself in to the allies, would he have been treated far worse than Gaddafi was by the militia ?
i.e would the jews have lynched him in public or would the allies have given him a trial where he'd be found guilty of being a war criminal etc ?
its compelling to 'wonder' what if he hadn't taken his life and had given himself in to the allied forces. after all, the Russians were within 'a thousand yards' from his bunker or compound or w/e he was staying and hiding.
what was it he saw in the world of that time that he did not like and did not agree with so much ? so much so that he wanted to invade country after country 'cleansing' each as he'd have put it ?
something triggered him and I wonder what. who were his foes in the world ? capalists ? socialists ? liberalists ? marxists ? communists ? who ?7 AnswersHistory1 month ago
During the build up and through out World War 2, what were some of Americas most prolific Gangsters/Mobsters doing ?
did the wars benefit them negatively, positively or indifferently ?3 AnswersHistory1 month ago
- 6 AnswersHistory1 month ago
given the mauling they suffered at the hands of Villa could Everton go into the game feeling as if they have nothing to fear from this Liverpool side ?
have Villa exposed Liverpool in EPL as a team that relys heavily on high press and high lines ? playing offside traps that are risky ?
also Man United travel to St James Park, to take on Newcastle.
again, will Newcastle be fearless when taking on a wounded Man United side still hurting from the 6-1 drubbing at the hands of Jose's Tottenham ?
imagine if both Man United and Liverpool lose, surely this blows open the premier league race wide open ? its anyones league this year ? even Arsenals ? or anybody Arsenals ?2 AnswersEnglish Football1 month ago
Isn't it powerful and moving that some big brands and companies have given full unconditional support to BLM ?
facebook is one of them, so whilst I was hating their greedy intrusive nature they reclaimed my total respect with simply making it known they are down for the cause BLM stand for. That is so touching and moving.
likewise many famous sports personalities have shown their support to BLM like Lewis Hamilton, the English Football Premier League ensured footballers would bend the knee prior to kickoff in each game, the fact that so many racist people couldn't stop an ideology hell bent on crushing racism and prejudice and fighting for diversity and equality in society is nothing short of pleasing.
Maybe there is justice and hope after all?3 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups1 month ago
1 being highly irresponsible, squander your money soon as pay day
10 being very responsible, perhaps too responsible and have done well to earn the nickname 'tight c**t' by family and friends..4 AnswersPolls & Surveys3 months ago
The last time I withdrew money was....
literally that long ago.
I buy everything and pay for everything out in public using my credit card or use my smartphone to make contactless payments.
To give you an idea of how 'cashless' I am as a man, I once got approached by a tramp outside an Asda superstore, ex serviceman apparently and has served for the armed forces and done his thing out in Bosnia, Iraq and prior to this worked in UN peace keeping forces too. Showed me an area of the side of his left hand that got 'blown off' by 'hostile natives' as he put it.
He wanted £10 and I was happy to give him £10.
I asked him what his bank details were so I could transfer it, and he just groaned and walked away. A shame really as I was in the mood to give and he was in the mood to take.
Needless to say, I did my duty and put myself out there to help the needy.
This shows we are a cashless society and anybody carrying 'loose change' or a few 'bills' in their wallet are living in the stone age.
who agrees then, that we are pretty much a cashless society ?2 AnswersPersonal Finance3 months ago
remember a couple of seasons ago when man citys bus got pelted with missiles and flares by the scousers ?
kind of sad that fans would do that to a visiting sides bus i felt, not cool.
but then who cares, it was man city and lets face it, who the hell likes them anyway really anyway ?1 AnswerEnglish Football3 months ago
and how much would a Gaming PC that matches a PS5 in spec and performance cost in £££/$$$ ?
would that PC be low end, medium end, high end or super high end in terms of power etc ?
Gaming Enthusiasts, avid Console Gamers, Gaming Architecture experts, Gamers, PC Gamers, PC Hardware specialists, PC Customisation Geeks .... anybody, would love to hear from you all please on this.
If I want a PC at the time of PS5's release, which matches PS5 in performance, will i need to break the bank ?PC3 months ago
i tried man i tried but it just didn't work.PC3 months ago
which games ?
PC Gamers circa 1994 - 1995 most probably were playing .... ?2 AnswersPC3 months ago