• Does Yahoo! Answers have a favourable position on cultural degradation?

    Best answer: The moderators rejoice in it, the despicable creatures. They have strong tendency to censor or delete questions that criticise disgusting ways of life plaguing the West.
    Best answer: The moderators rejoice in it, the despicable creatures. They have strong tendency to censor or delete questions that criticise disgusting ways of life plaguing the West.
    6 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Current Events your thoughts on the sad death of Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-... Sadly passed away at the early age of 46. For those who do not know, she was also Nat's favourite singer and crush
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-... Sadly passed away at the early age of 46. For those who do not know, she was also Nat's favourite singer and crush
    6 answers · 18 hours ago
  • What's so wrong with Trump calling African countries shïtholes? They are, aren't they?

    Best answer: Nothing wrong with telling the truth and Trump is being very truthful.
    Best answer: Nothing wrong with telling the truth and Trump is being very truthful.
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should there be a Referendum on whether to abolish The House of Lords?. How would you vote and why?

    Best answer: I'd vote to abolish it and have a Senate as the second chamber, with senators elected. It won't be perfect of course, but there is no place for unelected toffs and bishops in a democracy.
    Best answer: I'd vote to abolish it and have a Senate as the second chamber, with senators elected. It won't be perfect of course, but there is no place for unelected toffs and bishops in a democracy.
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • Should Britain have a second EU referendum?

    Best answer: No! What the British should do is make sure what they are purchasing weekly when they shop is British grown and produced which will expand the need for home grown/home produced goods and reduce 'imported' goods from the EU and wider world and that is regardless of what each person who bothered to get up... show more
    Best answer: No! What the British should do is make sure what they are purchasing weekly when they shop is British grown and produced which will expand the need for home grown/home produced goods and reduce 'imported' goods from the EU and wider world and that is regardless of what each person who bothered to get up and vote for or the rest who couldn't be bothered to even vote ( but who is moaning) .....so along with 'UK manufacturing output at its highest for over a decade' announced this week clearly many are already choosing this by purchasing British made products
    20 answers · 5 days ago
  • Are we living in the Twilight Zone?

    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why not put a huge net around Seoul to protect against North Korean artillery?

    To catch incoming shells from North Korean artillery if war would brake out and the US cannot shoot down all the artillery at once before they commence. An artillery piece is just a lump of metal with a pointy stick. But would it detonate if it was stopped by a huge net? Like a fish net, or even skydivers who fall... show more
    To catch incoming shells from North Korean artillery if war would brake out and the US cannot shoot down all the artillery at once before they commence. An artillery piece is just a lump of metal with a pointy stick. But would it detonate if it was stopped by a huge net? Like a fish net, or even skydivers who fall in huge nets without parachutes? Or two or three nets behind each other to make sure the shell penetrates maybe half of it but not explodes. Just a thought.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • Should the government bail out Carillion?

    Best answer: No, the government should nationalise the whole thing. I know, I'm dreaming. :) It wouldn't be the first time the government has had to bail out private a private company, but the tax payer, who foots the bill, never seems to get anything out of it. I would like to see the HS2 project shelved, and the... show more
    Best answer: No, the government should nationalise the whole thing. I know, I'm dreaming. :)

    It wouldn't be the first time the government has had to bail out private a private company, but the tax payer, who foots the bill, never seems to get anything out of it.

    I would like to see the HS2 project shelved, and the money put into the infrastructure which benefits ordinary people. The money being wasted on this vanity project, just to cut off a few minutes of travelling time, is scandalous, when the quality of rail travel leaves so much to be desired. It's a bit like Concorde, money wasted on a project that most people couldn't afford to use.

    If Carillion goes bust, the school and hospital projects should be taken over by county councils, and they could be paid by the government. Dreaming again.
    7 answers · 2 days ago
  • Nigel Farage calls for a second referendum on Brexit. Is he right, and would the result be any different ?

    Best answer: I never thought I'd agree with Farage on anything, but I would like the chance of a second referendum, with more comprehensive questions and a more informative campaign. To be honest, I have never understood the reasoning behind having such a stark choice in the first place. On the down side, if the decision... show more
    Best answer: I never thought I'd agree with Farage on anything, but I would like the chance of a second referendum, with more comprehensive questions and a more informative campaign.

    To be honest, I have never understood the reasoning behind having such a stark choice in the first place.

    On the down side, if the decision is reversed, the Brexiteers will become the the equivalent of the remoaners, and we could go on forever.

    Maybe best of three?
    21 answers · 5 days ago
  • What do you think of Donald Trump's alleged comments about Haiti and Nigeria? Also what reason would people from Scandinavian countries such?

    Best answer: I think that those countries are **** holes so his right about that. But there are plenty of hard working and well educated people from those countries too. I am currently working part time while studying and I’ve met many African students in my workplace who are studying politics, science, engineering, nursing,... show more
    Best answer: I think that those countries are **** holes so his right about that. But there are plenty of hard working and well educated people from those countries too. I am currently working part time while studying and I’ve met many African students in my workplace who are studying politics, science, engineering, nursing, law and so on. Some of them are attending the best unis and some have been secured well paid graduate jobs either here or abroad or even back in their home country before they’ve even graduated.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Are the countries of Africa fabulously wealthy paradises or are they indeed shitholes like Donald Trump says?

    I think we all know the answer to that one, so why all the fuss about his comments?
    I think we all know the answer to that one, so why all the fuss about his comments?
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why warn people in Hawaii about a nuclear attack?

    What are people supposed to do if it is real? No structure in the world can withstand a nuclear explosion. Where can they run to? They are on an island.
    What are people supposed to do if it is real? No structure in the world can withstand a nuclear explosion. Where can they run to? They are on an island.
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • NYC Mayor De Blasio Sues Oil Companies for Global Warming – The Week After NYC Records All-Time Record Cold..is the Mayor mentally sane?

    The Chicago Tribune reported: New York City is suing five major oil companies, claiming they have contributed to global warming. Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city will be seeking billions in the lawsuit to recoup money spent by the city for resiliency efforts related to climate change. The defendants in the... show more
    The Chicago Tribune reported: New York City is suing five major oil companies, claiming they have contributed to global warming. Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city will be seeking billions in the lawsuit to recoup money spent by the city for resiliency efforts related to climate change. The defendants in the city’s federal lawsuit are BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Exxon Mobil and Royal Dutch Shell. A BP spokesman declined comment. A Shell spokesman said climate change is a complex issue that should not be addressed by the courts. The other three did not immediately comment.
    18 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why did the 60s,70s and 80s all have their own identity yet since then ...it's all the same.?

    Or is it only retrospectively that we attribute an identity to each decade
    Or is it only retrospectively that we attribute an identity to each decade
    16 answers · 5 days ago
  • Should the government bail out Carillion?

    Best answer: No it shouldn't, and hopefully the HS2 will be ditched, though I doubt it.
    Best answer: No it shouldn't, and hopefully the HS2 will be ditched, though I doubt it.
    7 answers · 2 days ago