• Living in Missouri but working in Iowa?

    I have been a Missouri resident for sixteen years. I am considering accepting a job offer in Iowa. I own a house in Missouri and my family will likely stay behind for this school year. I will move to Iowa and start working. What are the tax ramifications of this? Will I have to pay income tax to both Iowa and Missouri? What should I have my... show more
    I have been a Missouri resident for sixteen years. I am considering accepting a job offer in Iowa. I own a house in Missouri and my family will likely stay behind for this school year. I will move to Iowa and start working. What are the tax ramifications of this? Will I have to pay income tax to both Iowa and Missouri? What should I have my employer withhold?
    3 answers · United States · 4 years ago
  • Are there any grocery store chains in Chicago that carry Diet Vernor's?

    I'm traveling to Chicago and I *love* this stuff. Can't check it as baggage since the baggage compartment in an airplane is unpressurized, and I cannot take it through security. So...does anyone in Chicago know where I can buy Diet Vernor's?
    I'm traveling to Chicago and I *love* this stuff. Can't check it as baggage since the baggage compartment in an airplane is unpressurized, and I cannot take it through security. So...does anyone in Chicago know where I can buy Diet Vernor's?
    3 answers · Chicago · 5 years ago
  • When and why did AT&T discontinue selling it's Premier WiFi Service?

    I just tried to subscribe to AT&T's Premier WiFi service, where one had access to WiFi hotspots (and roaming hotspots) for $19.95 per month. The web site says they are no longer selling it. Does anyone know when this occurred? And why would they buy Wayport, the world's largest hotspot network, only to stop selling it?
    I just tried to subscribe to AT&T's Premier WiFi service, where one had access to WiFi hotspots (and roaming hotspots) for $19.95 per month. The web site says they are no longer selling it. Does anyone know when this occurred? And why would they buy Wayport, the world's largest hotspot network, only to stop selling it?
    2 answers · Computer Networking · 5 years ago
  • Are there any established guidelines for amount of homework expected in middle school?

    I'd really like to hear from middle school teachers and parents on this one. I feel like my middle schooler (6th grade) has an inordinate amount of homework, particularly in math. I'm wondering how much homework is to be reasonably expected at that level. It seems like he has much more than I remember having at that level. I'm not... show more
    I'd really like to hear from middle school teachers and parents on this one. I feel like my middle schooler (6th grade) has an inordinate amount of homework, particularly in math. I'm wondering how much homework is to be reasonably expected at that level. It seems like he has much more than I remember having at that level. I'm not one that wishes to complain, but it seems like we're spending a great deal more of our time on homework than I would expect there to be at this point, so I'm wondering: Are there any established guidelines in this area?
    4 answers · Primary & Secondary Education · 7 years ago
  • What do you think about the proposed sale of AirTran to Southwest?

    Will it hinder competition? Will Southwest turn AirTran into more cattle cars and get rid of business class?
    Will it hinder competition? Will Southwest turn AirTran into more cattle cars and get rid of business class?
    6 answers · Air Travel · 7 years ago
  • How will the merger of United and Continental affect you and your world?

    What are the best and worst of both airlines? What should they get rid of and what should they keep on each side?
    What are the best and worst of both airlines? What should they get rid of and what should they keep on each side?
    1 answer · Corporations · 7 years ago
  • What settings on my automotive battery charger should I use with my 2001 Dodge Durango?

    Let me preface this by saying I'm a computer programming geek. I know nothing about cars. Please don't laugh at my ignorance. I have this older Black and Decker Battery Charger. I want to use it to recharge the battery that doesn't have enough juice to start my 01 Dodge Durango. However, the instructions for the battery charger... show more
    Let me preface this by saying I'm a computer programming geek. I know nothing about cars. Please don't laugh at my ignorance. I have this older Black and Decker Battery Charger. I want to use it to recharge the battery that doesn't have enough juice to start my 01 Dodge Durango. However, the instructions for the battery charger tell me to set a couple of things I know nothing about. First, I have to set the "Battery type." My choices are "Wet", "Gel", and "AGM". I have no idea what "battery type" I have. How can I tell? Second, I have to choose a "voltage." My choices are 2.0, 10.0, and 15.0. Teach me, oh learned ones. How do I choose? And why do I have to choose these settings? Does the battery charger do something different based on the choices I make?
    5 answers · Dodge · 7 years ago
  • What was this TV commercial for?

    There used to be a tv commercial where this snowman came inside. He got some product (I can't remember what it was) and after consuming it, the snow on him melted and it was revealed that he was actually a cute little boy who had been playing outside. But he came in from where it was cold, got all warmed up, and then became himself... show more
    There used to be a tv commercial where this snowman came inside. He got some product (I can't remember what it was) and after consuming it, the snow on him melted and it was revealed that he was actually a cute little boy who had been playing outside. But he came in from where it was cold, got all warmed up, and then became himself again. Anyone remember what that commercial was for?
    4 answers · Other - Advertising & Marketing · 7 years ago
  • VB.NET: Can I programatically refer to the name of a class?

    I would like to set the value of a string to the name of the class (found in the top line of the class in the Public Class 'name' line). What I'm REALLY trying to do is allow a method I'm calling in another class to know which class called it. So, if I'm in Class1, and I'm calling SomeClass.SomeMethod, I'd like to let... show more
    I would like to set the value of a string to the name of the class (found in the top line of the class in the Public Class 'name' line). What I'm REALLY trying to do is allow a method I'm calling in another class to know which class called it. So, if I'm in Class1, and I'm calling SomeClass.SomeMethod, I'd like to let SomeMethod know that Class1 called it. Is there a way to accomplish this in Visual Basic?
    6 answers · Programming & Design · 7 years ago
  • Does it bother you when your correct answer gets outvoted by an incorrect answer?

    I'm not an expert on much, but there are a few things I know a lot about. One of them is Flexible Spending Accounts, since I work for an FSA Administrator. And I got outvoted on this question: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?...
    I'm not an expert on much, but there are a few things I know a lot about. One of them is Flexible Spending Accounts, since I work for an FSA Administrator. And I got outvoted on this question: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?...
    8 answers · Polls & Surveys · 7 years ago
  • Can you help me write the correct regular expression?

    I'm stumped. I'm trying to do date validation with regular expressions. So far, I haven't found any examples that are complete. I can articulate the rules, I just can't come up with the correct regular expression. I'm trying to validate against the mm/dd format. mm can be 0-12, with or without a leading zero ( ^0?[1-9])... show more
    I'm stumped. I'm trying to do date validation with regular expressions. So far, I haven't found any examples that are complete. I can articulate the rules, I just can't come up with the correct regular expression. I'm trying to validate against the mm/dd format. mm can be 0-12, with or without a leading zero ( ^0?[1-9]) | 1[0-2] ) but, depending on what the month is, we want to make sure that we only validate actual date numbers (January, March, May, July, August, October, and December = 31; February = 29; April, June, September, and November = 30). So I think I have to have three all-encompassing OR statements in my RegEx. I've been trying to come up with a string that will do this (the days also could have a leading zero or not), and have the RegEx validate ONLY actual dates (4/31, 2/30, 6/00, 14/02 would not validate, but 1/1, 1/11, 1/01, 5/15 would). Has anyone done this? Surely they have. Surely I don't have to reinvent the wheel. (And for all you Airplane fans..."Don't call me Shirley.") Thanks in advance!
    4 answers · Programming & Design · 7 years ago
  • Is it possible for a virus be embedded in a Flash video?

    My employer has just decided to prohibit the downloading of YouTube videos, citing a concern about exposing the computer to viruses. I know that potentially, a web page could execute a malicious script on one's PC, but can the Flash video itself contain a script that could be unknowingly executed? If so, doesn't the same risk exist whether... show more
    My employer has just decided to prohibit the downloading of YouTube videos, citing a concern about exposing the computer to viruses. I know that potentially, a web page could execute a malicious script on one's PC, but can the Flash video itself contain a script that could be unknowingly executed? If so, doesn't the same risk exist whether the video is viewed on the YouTube page or if it is downloaded to the local disk? I'm trying to reverse this policy at my employer, so if you have an article that you can cite somewhere, I'd appreciate it.
    3 answers · Security · 7 years ago
  • Where can I get a good rate on a loan?

    I don't really want a loan. I just want to see how many auto-trolls will respond with poor English and obscure web or email links to offers. My esteemed late uncle bestows greetings on you. This is of the utmost urgency and requires complete confidentiality. UPPER CASE MAKES IT MORE EMPHATIC, OF COURSE!
    I don't really want a loan. I just want to see how many auto-trolls will respond with poor English and obscure web or email links to offers. My esteemed late uncle bestows greetings on you. This is of the utmost urgency and requires complete confidentiality. UPPER CASE MAKES IT MORE EMPHATIC, OF COURSE!
    1 answer · Polls & Surveys · 7 years ago
  • Would you agree with the axiom, "Church is for those who need it?"?

    Why or why not?
    Why or why not?
    15 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 7 years ago