• Why am I always forgotten?

    I hate it when everytime there’s a party that’s been cancelled I’m always last to no about it, or I show up and been told it’s not happening tonight and that every should have gotten a message. Well I didn’t?? Happens all the time to me
    I hate it when everytime there’s a party that’s been cancelled I’m always last to no about it, or I show up and been told it’s not happening tonight and that every should have gotten a message. Well I didn’t?? Happens all the time to me
    4 answers · Singles & Dating · 17 hours ago
  • Why are boarding schools in the UK so posh?

    Look at Eton, they talk and behave in an old fashioned manner and tend to only associate themselves with the upper class and not care about the rest of society and become a Tory member
    Look at Eton, they talk and behave in an old fashioned manner and tend to only associate themselves with the upper class and not care about the rest of society and become a Tory member
    3 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 21 hours ago
  • What did Julian Assange do wrong?

    He essentially exposed the truth of corruption and war crimes being committed in Iraq and Afghanistan under the bush administration. Theoretically hacking into US government and other countries government secrets is a crime but what he did was uncover and expose the truth. The only crime he committed was the alleged sexual assault in Sweden which he... show more
    He essentially exposed the truth of corruption and war crimes being committed in Iraq and Afghanistan under the bush administration. Theoretically hacking into US government and other countries government secrets is a crime but what he did was uncover and expose the truth. The only crime he committed was the alleged sexual assault in Sweden which he should be extradited to and not the USA.
    5 answers · Yahoo Answers · 6 days ago
  • Can the queen stop Brexit?

    Hearing all this chaos in Westminster about brexit or no brexit etc. One person that no one has mentioned is the Queen. I know publicly she stands politically neutral, however with the UK in grave economic danger surely she would have stepped in by now and order brexit to be stopped all together, or step in and say something. She seems to be totally... show more
    Hearing all this chaos in Westminster about brexit or no brexit etc. One person that no one has mentioned is the Queen. I know publicly she stands politically neutral, however with the UK in grave economic danger surely she would have stepped in by now and order brexit to be stopped all together, or step in and say something. She seems to be totally absent from all these negotiations.
    11 answers · Royalty · 3 weeks ago
  • Does Thanos repair his gauntlet post snap after Infinity War?

    Although you briefly see thanos in the first trailer but you could barely make out the burnt remains of his gauntlet. However in the official poster from Marvel for Avengers Endgame he has his gauntlet back to its original state with all 6 infinity. Does mean he uses the time stone he got from Dr Strange to reverse the damage done to the gauntlet... show more
    Although you briefly see thanos in the first trailer but you could barely make out the burnt remains of his gauntlet. However in the official poster from Marvel for Avengers Endgame he has his gauntlet back to its original state with all 6 infinity. Does mean he uses the time stone he got from Dr Strange to reverse the damage done to the gauntlet and his left arm? or is he able to acquire a new gauntlet and transfer the new stones into it and use it against the remaining Avengers that threaten his work?
    2 answers · Comics & Animation · 4 weeks ago
  • Should voting be compulsory?

    Like it is in Australia and Argentina? Had the UK and US have compulsory voting the results could have been very different for Trump and Brexit? Then you wouldn’t have people complaining who was elected when they themselves didn’t bother to vote. Also have voting on weekends so more people have the time to vote or make voting day a public holiday.
    Like it is in Australia and Argentina? Had the UK and US have compulsory voting the results could have been very different for Trump and Brexit? Then you wouldn’t have people complaining who was elected when they themselves didn’t bother to vote. Also have voting on weekends so more people have the time to vote or make voting day a public holiday.
    3 answers · Elections · 3 months ago
  • Would Mike Pence be a better President than Donald Trump?

    Although unlikely, if trump is successfully removed from office next year and then Pence becomes president but under a democrat house, what kind of presidency could we expect?
    Although unlikely, if trump is successfully removed from office next year and then Pence becomes president but under a democrat house, what kind of presidency could we expect?
    10 answers · Polls & Surveys · 5 months ago
  • How bad is knife crime in the United States?

    Is it as bad as gun crime? I tried googling it but all I got was knife crime in the UK and Australia but no mention of knife crime rates in the United States.
    Is it as bad as gun crime? I tried googling it but all I got was knife crime in the UK and Australia but no mention of knife crime rates in the United States.
    8 answers · Law & Ethics · 8 months ago
  • Why do football players get paid so much money?

    Yet Rugby Union, Rugby League, Cricket players etc get paid substantially less. Look at Ronaldo who Juventus bought for €100 million! Rugby players usually get injured more, train a lot harder and play a much physically tougher game than soccer players yet get paid less......
    Yet Rugby Union, Rugby League, Cricket players etc get paid substantially less. Look at Ronaldo who Juventus bought for €100 million! Rugby players usually get injured more, train a lot harder and play a much physically tougher game than soccer players yet get paid less......
    1 answer · Rugby · 9 months ago