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The name says it all.

  • why is my computer broken?

    ???

    6 AnswersPrinters9 years ago
  • Is Muhammad a true prohpet or wus he the paper boy?

    cos my dad told me that he didn't deliver the letter and it was a messenger pigeion sos for bad english im a muslim ~http://buttpaste.com/

    1 AnswerDrawing & Illustration9 years ago
  • Could UKIP win in 2015?

    or at least beat 1 or 2 of the main parties? Cameron has denied us a promised referendum (as have most of our recent politicians), immigration is clearly out of control, and it's looking likely that more power will be given to the EU in a final treaty (thought to be making an appearance in the next few years).

    People are going to be livid when they finally wake up to this madness. When this next treaty inevitably comes out, what are the chances of a referendum? And if we don't get one, will there be enormous riots and protests? It's said that 55% of the uk are against EU membership (and the number is sure to rise in the next few years)

    Could we see a huge change in politics in the UK?

    Will it make the current riots look like a picnic?

    7 AnswersPolitics9 years ago
  • No insurance compensation for London Riot victims?

    You guys know that anyone affected by these riots will get absolutely nothing back from insurance, because it's civil unrest?

    9 AnswersCurrent Events9 years ago
  • Democracy in Action - Cameron refuses EU Referendum?

    http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/263460/PM-will...

    http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/263461/The-let...

    Is there anything we can realistically do to stop this nonsense? LibLabCon simply won't listen to the people. How can a 'Democratic' government refuse to have a referendum which the people are demanding?

    Short of marching into no. 10 and dragging Cameron to the Tower of London, can we actually do ANYTHING to get our voices heard?

    13 AnswersPolitics9 years ago
  • Being baby-sat at 15?!!!!!?

    I've got what's called 'overprotective' parents, to say the least, but that's a different story.

    Anyway, does anyone have any ideas as to how I can persuade my parents to let me stay home alone overnight?

    I'm 15, my sister is 12! We live on the Isle of Wight. It's an hour's boat trip to Southampton (where my parents will be), and they say they won't be able to help is if anything goes wrong etc. so they're asked my grandma to come and 'look after us'. BTW, she's 87 and barely remembers our names half the time, and would be utterly hopeless if we ever needed 'help'.

    Surely at our age we can be left alone for ONE night? It's not like we're unruly or immature, and if anything bad does happen, surely the neighbors or hospital can help right? Anyone got any ideas?

    Cheers guys

    I'd like to know if anyone else has had the same problems too.

    9 AnswersTeen & Preteen10 years ago
  • CD/DVD drive reads CD's but not DVD's?

    My DVD/CD drive can read normal CD roms fine, but as soon as I insert a DVD the computer revvs, beeps, then revvs again and beeps etc. Doesn't sound healthy. I'm trying to re-install The Sims 2, and after Open for Business the games require a DVD drive to be compatible. It's annoying because I've used these DVD games in the past without a problem, but recently they haven't been read, or I have to insert them 7/8 times before I get a response.

    Could it be dust, or is my reader burnt-out or something? Help appreciated.

    6 AnswersOther - Hardware1 decade ago
  • Why are all the stars I can see flashing?

    Literally every star I can see out my window looks like it's flashing, lightly different colours. I've looked at the sky for hours before, and I've never seen this. Snow's been predicted for tonight, and there's a fair amount of cloud (purple-ish, could this be snow?). I'm on the Isle of Wight, S England. Anyone else seen this tonight, and or have an explanation?

    7 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 decade ago
  • Blind, Deaf, and can't feel - how would it work?

    This has been bothering me for a while. If you were blind, deaf and couldn't feel anything - what would life be like? Humans are amazingly intelligent, but how would your mind work. We all think and process stuff with our languages in our head - what would happen if you never learnt a language, and never saw or felt? How would you think about anything? Would you 'invent' your own personal language in your mind, or what? Hope this makes sense, it's just been buging me for ages.

    1 AnswerOther - Health1 decade ago
  • Nuclear War - Where to go?

    With terrorist threats and such unstable countries run by such unstable leaders, I find it unimaginable that there won't be the use of NW's in the next 50yrs. Where would be the best place to go? I was thinking St. Helena. 2000 miles away from anywhere, english-speaking etc. If a country went after the UK, would they target some of our tiny colonies, or would they not be worth it? Hopefully....

    I'm not one of these apocalypse fanatics, but I do think it's a good Idea to have some sort of plan of where to go if a disaster like this looks imminent.

    Sensible answers only please ;D

    9 AnswersImmigration1 decade ago