• Is there a "post-credits" sequence in POTC4?

    The first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies had short scenes after the credits. I'm going to see On Stranger Tides tomorrow and was just wondering if there's any more movie after the credits or if I should just go home once the credits start rolling. I don't need to know what happens (and would prefer to remain spoiler-free), I... show more
    The first three Pirates of the Caribbean movies had short scenes after the credits. I'm going to see On Stranger Tides tomorrow and was just wondering if there's any more movie after the credits or if I should just go home once the credits start rolling. I don't need to know what happens (and would prefer to remain spoiler-free), I just want to know if there's anything to see after the credits.
    1 answer · Movies · 6 years ago
  • Finding a Friends and a Social Life After Marriage?

    After four years of marriage, my wife and I have separated. For those four years, my wife was essentially my best friend. We met online and lived over three hours apart from one another. When we decided that we were going to remain together and ultimately get married, I moved away from everything I knew to be with her, leaving behind both my... show more
    After four years of marriage, my wife and I have separated. For those four years, my wife was essentially my best friend. We met online and lived over three hours apart from one another. When we decided that we were going to remain together and ultimately get married, I moved away from everything I knew to be with her, leaving behind both my family and the friendships I had cultivated over the course of the previous 25 years. Her family had regular weekend gatherings and, typically, after those were done, we were so tired that we didn't really have the energy to go out and do other things (which might result in us being social and meeting new friends). As a couple, we never really went out and did the sort of things that resulted in expanding our circle of friends and singly, I felt the need to spend as much of my free time as possible with her, so I never really had the opportunity to branch out and find new friends of my own. My wife was the only friend I had and now she is gone (and likely not coming back) and I have to deal with that, but that's a question for another category. My problem now is trying to find and cultivate new friendships closer to home. Work is over an hour away from me (and moving closer to it isn't an option right now) and most of my co-workers are older, married women, so it would be difficult to find the sort of interactions there that would help break me out of my funk. I'm not really hip to the bar or club scene. When I get home, however, I feel so isolated and alone and I know that if I don't find some sort of social outlet soon, that I might very well go crazy (well, crazier, anyway). Thanks in advance for any useful advice.
    1 answer · Friends · 6 years ago
  • What's the best way to watch Naruto and Naruto Shippuden?

    As an old-school anime fan trying to see what the deal is with "new-school" anime, I have rented the Uncut Volume 1 of Naruto from the local library. Assuming that I like what I see (the library has all of the box sets of Naruto and the first several of Shippuden), what is the best way to watch? I know that the first series adapts the... show more
    As an old-school anime fan trying to see what the deal is with "new-school" anime, I have rented the Uncut Volume 1 of Naruto from the local library. Assuming that I like what I see (the library has all of the box sets of Naruto and the first several of Shippuden), what is the best way to watch? I know that the first series adapts the manga to a point and then rambles on into "filler episode" territory. Are these fillers worth watching or should I ignore them and move on to Shippuden? Where does the manga adaptation end and the filler begin in the original Naruto?
    4 answers · Comics & Animation · 6 years ago
  • Is testosterone replacement right for me?

    I'm a 36 year-old male. In our visits to the fertility clinic, my wife and I found out that I was infertile. In the battery of other tests that were done on me, it was discovered that my testosterone levels were unusually low (The fertility doctor told me that the low end of "Normal" was 300, but I tested at 160). From a general... show more
    I'm a 36 year-old male. In our visits to the fertility clinic, my wife and I found out that I was infertile. In the battery of other tests that were done on me, it was discovered that my testosterone levels were unusually low (The fertility doctor told me that the low end of "Normal" was 300, but I tested at 160). From a general "personal health and well-being" perspective, considering that the major negative impact (i.e., sperm production) is a moot issue for me, is testosterone replacement worth looking into further? What are the benefits and the other drawbacks/side-effects of this procedure and which do you feel outweighs the other?
    2 answers · Men's Health · 6 years ago