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  • what is this dance called?

    the one the drunk bum does specifically, but if y'all know the name of the other too that would be nice, if it is an mactual dance

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFNOf-8dX34

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    Movies1 day ago
  • what is the least physically demanding olympic sport?

    some are more demanding than others. what is the least demanding event in the olympics? i think it would be one of the throwing events like the discus or hammer or javelin but am unsure. the reason i say the throwing sports, is because even though they are massively strong, they only exert themselves for a VERY VERY short period of time, unlike the running/skiing/swimming sports. endurance is harder than exertion. 

    2 AnswersOlympics1 day ago
  • what happens to the white as a chick grows in an egg?

    so, neither the yolk nor the white are the chick, the yolk is the nutrient source attached to the embryo via primitive umbillical cord. makes sense, that is essentially the same thing that goes on inside a mammal womb, fertalized eggs attach to the uterus wall and as the fetus grows, it is sustained via their cord to their mother which is their nutrient source.... but as a chick grows, the yolk gets consumed, however the space within the egg cannot hold both the white and a chick ready to hatch. what happens to most of that white?

    2 AnswersZoology5 days ago
  • does single party consent apply to photographs as well, or just communications?

    EX; Home » United States Recording Laws » One Party Consent States » South Dakota Recording Laws

    South Dakota Recording Law Summary:South Dakota recording law

      South Dakota recording law stipulates that it is a one-party consent state. In South Dakota, it is a criminal offense to use any device to record or share use communications, whether they are wire, oral or electronic, without the consent of at least one person taking part in the communication. This means that in South Dakota, you are legally allowed to record a conversation if you are a contributor, or with prior consent from one of the involved parties, barring any criminal intentions. S.D. Codified Laws § 23A-35A-20 (2012).However, South Dakota law does make an exception in cases where the person or people communicating are doing so in an environment where they should not be under the expectation of privacy. S.D. Codified Laws § 23A-35A-1.what about photographs? 

    5 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 week ago
  • why are the terms ******* and mongoloid considered offensive, but caucasoid is not?

    seems to me to be just some up tight snowflakes because caucasian is the most widely used word to describe caucasians and white people, and is accurate. but mongoloid and ******* are also accurate, regardless of being 'a dated description of those races' most of our language is 'outdated' by a much longer margin than mongoloid but are still widely used and are not offensive

    2 AnswersAnthropology1 week ago
  • are there any mammals that do not have hips that erect the body above the legs, but have hips that splay them?

    one of the leading and only truly common aspect of all dinosaurs seperating them from all other reptiles, is the structure of their hips, making them stand on top of their legs, instead of between them like with crocadillians. are there any mammals that are truly splay legged as opposed to erected? 

    2 AnswersZoology1 week ago
  • why are arkansas stones better than artificial sharpening stones and almost all other natural stones?

    i have several different sharpening stones, some are natural. out of all of them, my 3 arkansas stones are the best by far, even my diamond sharpening stones. why is this?

    7 AnswersDo It Yourself (DIY)2 weeks ago
  • are there any radios that people can tune into that listen strictly to outer space?

    i know we got several sattelites monitoring radio emmisiuons from outer space. is there anywhere that someone can tune into what they are hearing?

    3 AnswersAstronomy & Space3 weeks ago
  • what defences are there for deployed naval vessels against torpedoes?

    i've heard of and seen port entry nets and walls that are made specifically to blockade submarines and torpedo walls in bays and they are effective, but what have the militaries of the world devised to defend ships out at sea?

    4 AnswersMilitary3 weeks ago
  • which DNA lab would be best to get truly complete test done?

    by truly complete, i mean i want to see my entire genome. complete nuclear and mitochondrial dna as well as which sequences come from Neanderthal and Denisovan DNA, and what the different genes are responsible for my anatomic features like skin tone, because i hear that truly white caucasian peoples are that color because of genes that are not found in neanderthals or any mongoloid eastern asian human who has significantly more neanderthal and denisovan DNA, but i also hear that the homo sapien species (being truly of the single species homo sapien, are dark skinned or black. period. and the other races are a result of expansion and interbreeding events and changes in the gene pool. i am very interested in getting these COMPLETE results, please do not waste my time with places that cannot identify and isolate the species specific genes AND which are responsable for what. im not looking for a oh hey youre related to this person those them and this guy ort im 30% sweedish or something stupid, im looking for COMPLETE testing. 

    3 AnswersBiology3 weeks ago
  • will gravity eventually overcome universal expansion?

    leaving out the concept of nothingness and space, concerning only matter, one theory regarding the demise of the universe is through entropy and the eventual expansion of everything into an evenly spaced nothingness, with no one part of the universe having measurable mass. but black holes shoot down that theory quick because they never reach critical mass, and never explode. so, unlike stars which have the potential to scatter their atoms through the cosmos, a black hole will only ever collect matter. so, will the expansion of the universe be overcome by gravity, which is indefinate? there are models that show that the universe is expanding, however there are clusters of matter known as galaxies, which are held together through gravity and occasionally come together to form one larger galaxy. so, the supermassive black holes in their centers, combined with the total mass of the galaxies are pulled together through gravity, despite the universal expansion. will one day the black holes consume everything in existence then eventually fall together to form a single titanic supermassive black hole?

    7 AnswersAstronomy & Space1 month ago
  • where is Earth's ring?

    i remember reading somewhere that Earth is theorized to at one point posess rings akin to the rings of the gas giants. what proof is there of this? 

    1 AnswerAstronomy & Space1 month ago
  • how long will Saturn's rings last?

    there are moons in its rings, pulling in the matter around them, causing the gaps and seperate rings. how long will the rings last? how long until they all turn into moons?

    1 AnswerAstronomy & Space1 month ago
  • why cant i comment on answers?

    i obviously can ask them, and can answer them, and reward best answers, and rate (thumbs up/down) but not comment. why?

    7 AnswersYahoo Answers1 month ago
  • why is abortion acceptable but dodging child support is not?

    if a woman can abort a child against the father's wishes, and it is socially acceptable for a woman to kill the fetus because she doesnt want it, even though the father did, then why on earth is it not ok for a father to leave and refuse to support a baby he did not want, but she did? where is the morality in that double standard? a father leaving and refusing to pay child support, in and of itsself, will not kill the child. abortion on the other hand, is the direct intentional killing and removal of a yet to be born child. what is wrong with this picture......?

    also at any point during the pregnancy, mommy can change her mind and abort her once upon a time wanted baby, so dont try the one sided wanting the child arguement crap.... if it is acceptable for a woman to back out because she doesnt want it, then why is it unacceptable for a man to do the same?

    6 AnswersGender Studies1 month ago
  • why is the word 'retarded' so offensive, and how did it become so?

    i'm sorry for being blunt, but the term retarded is quite old and was at one point politically correct, not to mention being a vastly used well known common term. and still is today, except when used for its origional intended as defined use, to describe people...... how has it gotten so offensive and politically incorrect..?

    10 AnswersPeople with Disabilities1 month ago