• What's the better state to live in?

    New Jersey or North Carolina
    New Jersey or North Carolina
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Are the people in the United States of America dangerously close to a civil war???

    Best answer: Yes, the entire planet is close to a nuclear holocaust.
    Best answer: Yes, the entire planet is close to a nuclear holocaust.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What makes California so expensive?

    I have vacationed there for the past 3 years. I've been to LA, San Francisco, and San Diego. Currently planning our upcoming trip, but it will be somewhere else. Every time we go there, the prices are extremely high and I can't find a reason to justify that. Most of the cities are ghettos, the beach is to... show more
    I have vacationed there for the past 3 years. I've been to LA, San Francisco, and San Diego. Currently planning our upcoming trip, but it will be somewhere else. Every time we go there, the prices are extremely high and I can't find a reason to justify that. Most of the cities are ghettos, the beach is to cold to get in the water and the people are....a little wacky.... I realize the weather is nice, the landscape is great, but.... That's really all it has. What makes people flock there? What is it about California that people love so much? For me, it was alright to visit a few bigger cities for the experience but it wasn't that great compared to how everyone says it's the best place in earth.
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • How come the US doesn't have nude beaches?

    How come the US doesn't have nude beaches ..? Where light/ small sexual acts are tolerated.
    How come the US doesn't have nude beaches ..? Where light/ small sexual acts are tolerated.
    22 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is Oklahoma City gay friendly??

    progessive/welcoming is the city towards gays? I could def deal with that ocassional "effing queerbag!!!" out the car window, as well as someone "I may not agree with you, but I still love you!", or the ocassional weird looks and what not. But is it actually hostile and unwelcoming towards... show more
    progessive/welcoming is the city towards gays? I could def deal with that ocassional "effing queerbag!!!" out the car window, as well as someone "I may not agree with you, but I still love you!", or the ocassional weird looks and what not. But is it actually hostile and unwelcoming towards gays, to the point where if I was to walk into a straight bar, I'd be in trouble?
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • How much would a road trip cost?

    Hi there! I have High-Functioning Autism and would love to go on a road trip from LA to New York. I plan on being in America for 2-3 months. I'm from the UK, I'd like to take two carers and one friend. I'd also like to see some awesome places along the way. I need help with the maths of it though (e.g.... show more
    Hi there! I have High-Functioning Autism and would love to go on a road trip from LA to New York. I plan on being in America for 2-3 months. I'm from the UK, I'd like to take two carers and one friend. I'd also like to see some awesome places along the way. I need help with the maths of it though (e.g. hotels, car rental, flights etc..) can anybody help me with any of that? I'd really appreciate any help at all! Many thanks! :D
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Should some US states be merged?

    Best answer: It's not likely to happen, but I understand how it might improve some inefficiencies. States such as many in New England and states like Maryland and Delaware are awfully small. The farther West you go, the larger the states tend to be geographically. At a more local level, I would like for it to be easier for... show more
    Best answer: It's not likely to happen, but I understand how it might improve some inefficiencies. States such as many in New England and states like Maryland and Delaware are awfully small. The farther West you go, the larger the states tend to be geographically. At a more local level, I would like for it to be easier for cities and metropolitan areas to merge functions and services across current boundaries for the same reasons.

    In some of the largest states, there are groups who periodically want to secede from the rest of the state because they believe other parts of the state don't reflect local values. California and Texas seem to always have these groups. (I live in Texas and few years ago a small group in the Texas Panhandle wanted to have the panhandles of Texas and Oklahoma joined into a new state with Amarillo as the capital. Didn't like being told what to do by all those big city transplants from outside the state in DFW, Houston, and Austin, blah, blah..) That's not likely to happen either.
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it possible to get a visa upon arrival in USA airports? yes or no?

    just wondering
    just wondering
    5 answers · 4 days ago
  • What are U.S. cities that best match these?

    -Low cost of living -Affordable housing -Good job market -Decent paying jobs -Relatively easy to start a business -Friendly warm people, good sense of community -Relativity diverse in terms of ethnicities -Easy access to nature/hiking
    -Low cost of living -Affordable housing -Good job market -Decent paying jobs -Relatively easy to start a business -Friendly warm people, good sense of community -Relativity diverse in terms of ethnicities -Easy access to nature/hiking
    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • What is the best state in terms of nature except for Alaska and Hawaii ?

    Best answer: Can it be a territory? Cuz Americans Samoa or Guam... But state? Oregon or Washington state. Or Wyoming cuz Yellowstone.
    Best answer: Can it be a territory? Cuz Americans Samoa or Guam... But state? Oregon or Washington state. Or Wyoming cuz Yellowstone.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Where is the nearest major city closest to Yellowstone?

    I am planning a 3-day trip to Yellowstone but I need to know where is the best place to stay, like in Wyoming, Montana, or Idaho for a day. There are many, but where can you find a lot of places to shop and beautiful areas to see.
    I am planning a 3-day trip to Yellowstone but I need to know where is the best place to stay, like in Wyoming, Montana, or Idaho for a day. There are many, but where can you find a lot of places to shop and beautiful areas to see.
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why isn't Jacksonville as popular as other big Florida cities!?

    Best answer: JAX (and the entire Florida Panhandle) is more of a Georgian city than a Floridian. When people up north think about Florida, they tend to think about nice, hot weather, palm trees, neon lights, & parties, and not rednecks, big trucks, huge rainstorm, mosquitoes, swamps, & a place where college football is... show more
    Best answer: JAX (and the entire Florida Panhandle) is more of a Georgian city than a Floridian. When people up north think about Florida, they tend to think about nice, hot weather, palm trees, neon lights, & parties, and not rednecks, big trucks, huge rainstorm, mosquitoes, swamps, & a place where college football is a religion. Being from Chicago, I have never even heard of Jacksonville, FL, until the NFL started a franchise down there (many people up here have said likewise).

    While I was in the Navy, my main duty station was in Little Creek, VA. Then, I volunteered for a "Temporary Additional Duty" (TAD) in JAX, because I hated being in Southern Virginia. I thought I was going to have so much fun down in "FLORIDA;" I was wrong. I should have known that it was too good to be true, since on one else volunteered for that duty. But to be fair, being in JAX was still better than being in Southern Virginia in my opinion.

    Btw, JAX may be the most populated city in the South, but it covers, pretty much, the entire county of Duval. JAX is the largest city in the contiguous 48 states, as far as area goes.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Should I travel on greyhound or amtrak? Why?

    Best answer: It depends on where you are going. Greyhound goes places where Amtrak doesn't.
    Best answer: It depends on where you are going. Greyhound goes places where Amtrak doesn't.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is the best beach to go to in Florida in the wintertime?

    Best answer: Consider the fact that the beaches on the east coast are still on the North Atlantic. That is, while it might be 80 degrees in the sun, the water is still going to be VERY cold. When we lived in Florida, we have relatives visit who insisted on going in the water because the air temperature was warm, but they... show more
    Best answer: Consider the fact that the beaches on the east coast are still on the North Atlantic. That is, while it might be 80 degrees in the sun, the water is still going to be VERY cold. When we lived in Florida, we have relatives visit who insisted on going in the water because the air temperature was warm, but they didn't stay in very long. So it depends whether you actually want to go in the water. The Gulf side has somewhat warmer water, since it's shallower and warms more quickly. But the panhandle beaches are still pretty chilly in the winter, Down around Ft. Myers/St. Petersburg/ Tampa is a better choice.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do americans use whatssap?

    Best answer: some do, if they have foreigner friends
    Best answer: some do, if they have foreigner friends
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago