I like to answer questions, but I really love when people take time to answer my questions :)
I want to buy a Nikon D750 DSLR camera on eBay or Amazon, but I have no clue on what I'm getting myself into; help?
This is the first time I've ever used anything like this and I'm such a camera newbie that I'm not sure if I'm going to waste my money on something not worth. I'm sorry for asking too many questions...
What's my best deal from both sites? Something under $2,300, please!
What lenses should I buy?
Do these come with a memory card/battery charger?
Should I get that 16GB card thing?6 AnswersCameras6 years ago
My objective is to understand the historical influences of the Elizabethan time period, Shakespeare's life, and theatre.
I need to do something involving every letter with 5 facts (i.e. S-Shakespeare; Exact birth date unknown, but most likely around April 23rd, 1564. An actor, playwright, poet, and even a business man. Married to Anne Hathaway, had a set of twins. Not even sure if he was an actual actor or playwright, or if he even existed. Did not go to University.)
Worry not, Y!Answerers, no need for the 5 facts, just what can I do for each letter? Thanks!4 AnswersBooks & Authors6 years ago
Hello! I'm a young male who wants to learn how to sing. A little background to begin:
I do breathe from my diaphragm.
I know how to whistle.
I can hum pretty well.
Tongue twisters are a snap.
When I was young, I blew a lot of bubbles and I've been informed that helps with breath control.
When exercising or walking long distances, I catch myself humming.
I can make my voice surprisingly high or low.
Not sure if that'll help y'all, but that's that.
I think I know my range (songs I'd prefer to sing would be Say Something and Holy Grail).
The real point of this Question is, how do I get that "song tone"? When I record myself singing on my phone, it sounds god awful, it doesn't even sound like singing. I'm not even sure how you "sing from your diaphragm". I usually strain my chest when I think I'm doing it, but I know I'm not really singing. I haven't really tried any vocal exercises and I did look for some, but not sure which ones would help me best. Help?
Thanks in advance.4 AnswersSinging7 years ago
Hello! I'm still kind of a kid, but I have a few questions about my decision:
1. Americans who have moved to England, do you regret it?
2. Is England better than America economy/financial wise?
3. Will I have to learn ALL of England's history from scratch (such as 1st grade level History)?
4. Is there a good, reliable college for acting/theater arts in England? What's it called?
5. What are some things I should know about England before I go over there?
Thanks in advance!4 AnswersOther - United Kingdom7 years ago
Hello! Again. Still having trouble with my computer, but I think I found the solution.
Well, I was looking at my old computer (which functions) and comparing it with my new computer when I saw something quite interesting. On my new computer, I use RECOVERY (C:) for space, which is on the left, (while the OC(C:) is on the right) and on my old computer, I use OC(C:) for space which is on the left (while Recovery(D:) is on the right).
[Kinda hard to understand? Here's a picture of my old comptuer's: http://i.imgur.com/16LfQel.png
Couldn't take one on my new computer because I barely have space to download a Screenshotter... Anyway, as you can see, I use OC for space and such (which is named HP here) while Recovery is on the right. On my new computer, it's vice versa.]
Noticeably, my new computer barely has space (it's highest is officially 3 MB). It uses RECOVERY for space... Is there any possible way that I, an ordinary person, can switch the two (switch RECOVERY and OC on my new computer, I mean) so I can use OC for my space instead of Recovery? I really wanna solve this long-term problem! Thanks! (oh and btw, defragment and disk clean up aren't working, in fact, nothing's working, sooo yah.)
New (2 y/o), not-working computer: Windows 7 64-bit, DELL INSPIRONone. Is that all the info you need? I can add more later...)1 AnswerOther - Computers7 years ago
Hi, I'm 17 and I plan chances getting LASIK Eye Surgery in my college years (I'm in America, so that's next year). I've dealt with glasses/contacts for 10 years and I think I want to take on the risky procedure. However, I'm pretty doubtful and have lots of questions. First off, let me say I probably have the worst eyesight of all. I don't know the exact prescription of my eyes but it's pretty bad. When I wore glasses, at age 13, my left one was roughly 3 millimeters while the right one was about 7 millimeters.
I literally cannot see anything 100% clearly that's not going to be 5 inches in front of my face. Everything passed that is bound to be fuzzy. If there's small slip of paper 3 yards away from me on a desk, I will not be able to see it, as the fuzziness would blend in. No, I don't have astigmatism. Here's my questions:
Am I suitable candidate?
If I am, what are the chances of me getting either blind or the horrible effects?
If I end up getting the horrible effects, how long do I have to put up with them? Months? Years? Forever?
Is there anything I possibly do to greatly reduce or wipe out my horrible vision without the use of glasses and/or contact lenses.
Please. I'm desperate.5 AnswersOptical7 years ago
Is there a way? Much appreciated! I have really bad vision because of genetics and because I ignorantly stood 3 inches away from the TV screen from most of my early childhood (3-6 years). I can barely identify anything past my elbow (unless I wear glasses, but when I don't, all figures and letters are really fuzzy.) and hope that there is something I can do about it.4 AnswersOptical7 years ago
Put a number (from 1-10) and a description for the following things listed:
Your favorite color:
Also, I would love if you added a picture. :)1 AnswerOptical7 years ago
Do you peel your bananas from the tab (top to bottom in my case) or from the other end? I heard some people actually don't peel it from the tab...4 AnswersOther - Food & Drink7 years ago
Who believes humans were alive the same time dinosaurs were? I do. Do you?5 AnswersHistory7 years ago
Or are they just for the sake of changing your eye color? And here's an additional question: Are they comfortable? Thanks (:3 AnswersOptical7 years ago
At least 1-2 inches in the least amount of time possible. Thanks in advance. :)1 AnswerMen's Health7 years ago
I really want to comment and create a forum on The Sims 3 forum, but can't because I don't have a serial code for my account :( Will someone be kind enough to help me or do something? (Besides saying "go buy sims 3 or it's expansion packs, because I can't :( )1 AnswerVideo & Online Games7 years ago