• Why do we have a RACIST president in 21st century?

    Best answer: Morgan Freeman on racism: "Stop talking about it. I'm going to stop calling you a white man, and I'm going to ask you to stop calling me a black man."
    Best answer: Morgan Freeman on racism: "Stop talking about it. I'm going to stop calling you a white man, and I'm going to ask you to stop calling me a black man."
    52 answers · Nepal · 4 days ago
  • What's the most expensive thing you purchased?

    Best answer: My house. £83k 34 years ago. Worth £1.5 million now. But you can't eat or spend bricks and mortar!
    Best answer: My house. £83k 34 years ago. Worth £1.5 million now. But you can't eat or spend bricks and mortar!
    10 answers · Air Travel · 18 hours ago
  • You're suppose to tip hotel maids?

    11 answers · Las Vegas · 2 days ago
  • How can I get over the fact that Obama won a Nobel Peace Prize?

    I know it's been some time, but I still can't get over the fact that Obama won a Nobel Peace Prize for doing nothing at all.
    I know it's been some time, but I still can't get over the fact that Obama won a Nobel Peace Prize for doing nothing at all.
    9 answers · Mental Health · 1 day ago
  • When did Obama become an American citizen??? According to stupid Trumpeteers, Obama was born in Kenya, not Hawaii! I guess they were there?

    and they witnessed his birth! So, if Obama is not a native born American, what year did he take the citizenship test and become an American citizen??? I'm still trying to figure how a person can become president without being an American! Did they change the rules?! Somebody should round up all these sick... show more
    and they witnessed his birth! So, if Obama is not a native born American, what year did he take the citizenship test and become an American citizen??? I'm still trying to figure how a person can become president without being an American! Did they change the rules?! Somebody should round up all these sick psychos who are still spreading these lies and lock them up permanently!
    8 answers · Kenya · 4 hours ago
  • Should I book a flight now or wait a bit?

    Im planning to fly to the USA for the Christmas and New years holidays. I live in Centr Europe for reference. The prices right now aren't extraordinarly expensive, but they aren't inexpensive either. Should I wait and book on a day where they're cheaper, or just book now since they won't go down... show more
    Im planning to fly to the USA for the Christmas and New years holidays. I live in Centr Europe for reference. The prices right now aren't extraordinarly expensive, but they aren't inexpensive either. Should I wait and book on a day where they're cheaper, or just book now since they won't go down much. Do flights for these days sell out?
    11 answers · Air Travel · 2 days ago
  • Is it living in Florida very expensive?

    9 answers · Orlando · 19 hours ago
  • How do you find a prostitute in Las Vegas?

    Best answer: You don't. If you're staying in Las Vegas you need to drive for about an hour out to Pahrump where they have legal brothels. The closest ones are Sheri's Ranch and Chicken Ranch. The ladies are decent-looking but they can get pricey. I mean you will need to bring some serious dough with you if you want... show more
    Best answer: You don't. If you're staying in Las Vegas you need to drive for about an hour out to Pahrump where they have legal brothels. The closest ones are Sheri's Ranch and Chicken Ranch. The ladies are decent-looking but they can get pricey. I mean you will need to bring some serious dough with you if you want to have a good time.

    If $5k isn't a problem then you may as well just go to Sheri's. I don't know about real hot though, most of the prostitutes you'll find in Vegas are 8s at best so at Sheri's/Chicken Ranch you'll probably see a couple of 8s in each establishment. With all that said, I haven't spent $5k there but definitely in the $3-3.5k ranges.
    9 answers · Las Vegas · 1 day ago
  • Can democrats be held accountable for their viscous lynchings of blacks and beatings of gays?

    On this date in 1998, Wyoming college student Matthew Shepard died after being abducted, tied to a fence, stripped, robbed, repeatedly pistol-whipped and left in the cold because he was gay. For 20 years, his death galvanized the fight for LGBTQ rights by advocates and his own family. But they never buried his... show more
    On this date in 1998, Wyoming college student Matthew Shepard died after being abducted, tied to a fence, stripped, robbed, repeatedly pistol-whipped and left in the cold because he was gay. For 20 years, his death galvanized the fight for LGBTQ rights by advocates and his own family. But they never buried his ashes. This week, it was announced he will be interred in D.C.'s historic National Cathedral, a "sacred spot" that will hopefully help people "reflect on creating a safer, kinder world.”
    18 answers · Russia · 3 days ago
  • Does Israel understand Palestine.?

    Best answer: In what way? Many Israelis do understand the Palestinians...verbally, at least. There are a lot of Arabic speakers in Israel. If you mean something more akin to understanding their concerns, then there seem to be a lot of Israelis sympathetic to it. However, Israelis have their own concerns that do not allow... show more
    Best answer: In what way?

    Many Israelis do understand the Palestinians...verbally, at least. There are a lot of Arabic speakers in Israel.

    If you mean something more akin to understanding their concerns, then there seem to be a lot of Israelis sympathetic to it. However, Israelis have their own concerns that do not allow them to simply grant the Palestinians certain wishes. For example, a lot of Palestinians wish checkpoints didn't exist so that they could visit family living in Israel, work in higher-paying jobs within Israel, or receive better medical care in Israeli hospitals; however, while Israelis understand that, they also support the checkpoints because they don't want hostile elements of Palestinian society to blow them to smithereens just because they weren't caught earlier on. Israel understands a lot of Palestinians, but that understanding simply doesn't lend itself to an easy resolution of problems.
    12 answers · Israel · 2 days ago
  • Im afraid to travel overseas as im afraid something bad will happen to me, how to get over this?

    Best answer: Sign up for a group tour. We had a great time on our tour in Norway. The tour leader took care of many of the pesky details, and even contacted the police station in the town we had left, to retrieve a lost article. We got to see many things and hear a lot about the country we wouldn't have been able to on... show more
    Best answer: Sign up for a group tour. We had a great time on our tour in Norway. The tour leader took care of many of the pesky details, and even contacted the police station in the town we had left, to retrieve a lost article. We got to see many things and hear a lot about the country we wouldn't have been able to on our own. The hotels where we stayed were really nice, and perfectly safe.

    A travel agent can steer you to reputable tour companies.
    8 answers · Sociology · 1 day ago
  • What the fvck is Pauline Hanson doing?

    Why is she trying to pass an "It's OK to be white" bill in the Australian Senate? Come on, the Australian Senate is a place to discuss serious legal, social and development issues, not piss about. The bill was only narrowly defeated by 3 votes, have you got a bunch of jokers as your senators? The... show more
    Why is she trying to pass an "It's OK to be white" bill in the Australian Senate? Come on, the Australian Senate is a place to discuss serious legal, social and development issues, not piss about. The bill was only narrowly defeated by 3 votes, have you got a bunch of jokers as your senators? The bill wanted to outlaw the "deplorable rise of anti-white racism and attacks on Western civilisation". That is already illegal, it was just a publicity stunt. What on earth is Australia playing at?
    8 answers · Other - Australia · 1 day ago