• Is my bandana a Confederate battle flag?

    I bought a bandana in Mexico that was made in Vietnam. It is a red square with a blue saltire or St. Andrew's cross containing nine white stars within the cross. Is this a racist symbol? Can I get in trouble if I wear it someplace like California?
    I bought a bandana in Mexico that was made in Vietnam. It is a red square with a blue saltire or St. Andrew's cross containing nine white stars within the cross. Is this a racist symbol? Can I get in trouble if I wear it someplace like California?
    3 answers · Civic Participation · 4 years ago
  • How to order in an Argentinian steak house?

    I have asked this before and no one could help. How I'll ask it a different way. When I go to an Argentinian steakhouse I am confronted by names for cuts which I do not recognize. In Argentinian terminology how would I order any of the following? ribeye New York strip fillet Porterhouse If these are not available what items on the menu are... show more
    I have asked this before and no one could help. How I'll ask it a different way. When I go to an Argentinian steakhouse I am confronted by names for cuts which I do not recognize. In Argentinian terminology how would I order any of the following? ribeye New York strip fillet Porterhouse If these are not available what items on the menu are recommendable and what are they similar to that I would recognize?
    3 answers · Ethnic Cuisine · 4 years ago
  • What did Reagan do to be considered the best post WW2 president?

    I was already a young adult when Reagan was elected. In fact 1980 was my first time voting. What I remember about Reagan's presidency are: 1. Reagan, the US went from being the world's largest creditor nation to the largest debtor nation in just a few years - and we have remained the largest debtor nation ever since. In 1981, Reagan's... show more
    I was already a young adult when Reagan was elected. In fact 1980 was my first time voting. What I remember about Reagan's presidency are: 1. Reagan, the US went from being the world's largest creditor nation to the largest debtor nation in just a few years - and we have remained the largest debtor nation ever since. In 1981, Reagan's first year in office, the US was a net creditor to the tune of $140.9bn. By 1987, the US was a net debtor by $378.3bn - the largest debtor nation in the world. The figure rose to $532.5bn by the end of 1988, when Reagan left office. 2. The highest unemployment rate since the Great Depression - 11.3% 3. The loss of our industrial base and the jobs which went with it- outsourcing to other countries. 4. Personal indebtedness 5.Government debt. Before Reagan, debt really wasn't a problem for America. Under him debt tripled. 6. Cronyism in the cabinet resulting in $600 toilet seats for the Army as well as many other abuses of military and other budget expenses. 7. Iran-Contra which included bargaining with terrorists, large scale cover ups, lying 8. 241 American servicemen,French servicemen, 6 civilians killed by terrorists in Beirut while on a completely undefined military mission. Reagan responded the by invading the island of Grenada 2 days later. 9. At least 3 unsuccessful invasions of Libya with the intent to kill Muammar al-Gaddafi. 10. The useless War on Drugs and all the harm it has caused An abysmal record. Why is he revered and by whom?
    5 answers · History · 4 years ago
  • Why don't Republican presidents attend church yet Democrats do?

    This morning I googled pictures of U.S. Presidents at church. There were many of Carter and Clinton, not a few of Obama, a few of L. Johnson, Kennedy, and Truman but none of either Bush, Reagan, Ford, Nixon or Eisenhower except for wedding pictures. Are Republican presidents not Christian?
    This morning I googled pictures of U.S. Presidents at church. There were many of Carter and Clinton, not a few of Obama, a few of L. Johnson, Kennedy, and Truman but none of either Bush, Reagan, Ford, Nixon or Eisenhower except for wedding pictures. Are Republican presidents not Christian?
    7 answers · Civic Participation · 4 years ago
  • How to order in an Argentinian steakhouse?

    The names of Argentinian cuts confuse me. If I'm at an Argentenian steakhouse and want a filet mignon or a bone-in ribeye what do I ask for?
    The names of Argentinian cuts confuse me. If I'm at an Argentenian steakhouse and want a filet mignon or a bone-in ribeye what do I ask for?
    1 answer · Other - US Dining Out · 5 years ago
  • When and how did the "number of the beast" get changed to six hundred sixty-six?

    Of course Bible scholars and informed Christians have known, or at least suspected, for a long time that the author of the Christian Apocalypse (Revelation) originally wrote that the number of the beast was six hundred sixteen. How and when did it get changed? Now that there is more proof that it is 616 will Bibles be corrected? Interesting that 666... show more
    Of course Bible scholars and informed Christians have known, or at least suspected, for a long time that the author of the Christian Apocalypse (Revelation) originally wrote that the number of the beast was six hundred sixteen. How and when did it get changed? Now that there is more proof that it is 616 will Bibles be corrected? Interesting that 666 and 616 indicate the same person, isn't it?
    4 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 5 years ago
  • In the oldest extant versions of Exodus is the God of Moses referred to as Yahweh or Elohim?

    I cannot read ancient Hebrew.
    I cannot read ancient Hebrew.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 5 years ago
  • Pulled pork, what is it?

    What is this pulled pork I keep hearing mentioned or reading? Is it like jerked beef or jerked chicken? Where did it originate? My Northern friends talk about it a lot. Recipes?
    What is this pulled pork I keep hearing mentioned or reading? Is it like jerked beef or jerked chicken? Where did it originate? My Northern friends talk about it a lot. Recipes?
    9 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 5 years ago
  • How often does the typical 52 man year old have sex?

    Three times a day with maybe a day off (or drop it to once for a day) every week? More? Less?
    Three times a day with maybe a day off (or drop it to once for a day) every week? More? Less?
    1 answer · Men's Health · 5 years ago
  • What steps might the US take to remove Kim Jong-un from power?

    Bombing raids such as Reagan unsuccessfully conducted on Qaddafi, commando attack as Obama used on Bin Laden, drone attack, other assassination method? Provoke a popular uprising and get his own people to kill him or run him out of the country? What contingency plans might there be to avoid a power vacuum? Serious answers only please!
    Bombing raids such as Reagan unsuccessfully conducted on Qaddafi, commando attack as Obama used on Bin Laden, drone attack, other assassination method? Provoke a popular uprising and get his own people to kill him or run him out of the country? What contingency plans might there be to avoid a power vacuum? Serious answers only please!
    10 answers · Politics · 5 years ago
  • York Rite, Scottish Rite?

    What are the differences and similarities between these two Masonic bodies?
    What are the differences and similarities between these two Masonic bodies?
    1 answer · Other - Society & Culture · 5 years ago
  • What happened to the historical Donalbain of MacBeth?

    I know there was an historical MacBeth (Maelbeatha or Macbeatha), that he defeated Duncan, ruled for many years and was overthrown by Malcom. What of Malcolm's brother Donalbain who in Shakespeare's play hides out in Ireland and never reappears?
    I know there was an historical MacBeth (Maelbeatha or Macbeatha), that he defeated Duncan, ruled for many years and was overthrown by Malcom. What of Malcolm's brother Donalbain who in Shakespeare's play hides out in Ireland and never reappears?
    4 answers · History · 5 years ago
  • Churchgoing US presidents?

    Have any presidents been regular churchgoers other than Carter and Clinton?
    Have any presidents been regular churchgoers other than Carter and Clinton?
    3 answers · History · 6 years ago
  • Who was more influential in shaping the 20th C. Democratic Party?

    Woodrow Wilson or William Jennings Bryan? Please elaborate on why.
    Woodrow Wilson or William Jennings Bryan? Please elaborate on why.
    1 answer · History · 6 years ago
  • Why was it wrong for Mrs. Obama to award an Oscar and dance on Fallon?

    I know it was wrong for Michelle Obama to award an Oscar and to dance on Jimmy Fallon's show. But, I only recently became a conservative so I'm still having trouble understanding what's wrong with some of the things liberals do. Can someone help me out with this one?
    I know it was wrong for Michelle Obama to award an Oscar and to dance on Jimmy Fallon's show. But, I only recently became a conservative so I'm still having trouble understanding what's wrong with some of the things liberals do. Can someone help me out with this one?
    3 answers · Other - Politics & Government · 6 years ago