• What is the movie about marketing person who can't get a job?

    Where a guy's marketing career crashes because he disrecommended Will Smith. The guy can't even get interviews, until finally someone calls him in, but he finds that the people just want to meet the legend that committed the worst marketing blunder ever. The main character encounters the real Will Smith in a brief scene. What is the movie?
    Where a guy's marketing career crashes because he disrecommended Will Smith. The guy can't even get interviews, until finally someone calls him in, but he finds that the people just want to meet the legend that committed the worst marketing blunder ever. The main character encounters the real Will Smith in a brief scene. What is the movie?
    3 answers · Movies · 10 months ago
  • Is Lomi Lomi Salmon considered to be a type of Poke?

    The Hawaiian food items.
    The Hawaiian food items.
    2 answers · Honolulu · 1 year ago
  • Is it a helpful security measure to scratch off CVV?

    My credit card has a CVV printed right on the back. If I memorize the number (or maybe even write it down), then scratch off the code, would it be a helpful safeguard against someone copying down my digits at a restaurant, then using it online?
    My credit card has a CVV printed right on the back. If I memorize the number (or maybe even write it down), then scratch off the code, would it be a helpful safeguard against someone copying down my digits at a restaurant, then using it online?
    2 answers · Credit · 2 years ago
  • The answer is YES. What is the question?

    You get to ask a person one, and only one, question. They must answer "YES," sincerely and truthfully. What do you ask, and who do you ask?
    You get to ask a person one, and only one, question. They must answer "YES," sincerely and truthfully. What do you ask, and who do you ask?
    7 answers · Other - Entertainment · 2 years ago
  • What can you make a wish on?

    Besides 11:11, blowing out all the birthday candles in one breath, and blowing away all the seeds from a dandelion in one breath?
    Besides 11:11, blowing out all the birthday candles in one breath, and blowing away all the seeds from a dandelion in one breath?
    4 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 years ago
  • What would happen if the internet stopped working everywhere for a week?

    What would happen to the world if the internet completely stopped working, and no one knew when or if it was coming back, but then it came back up after a week?
    What would happen to the world if the internet completely stopped working, and no one knew when or if it was coming back, but then it came back up after a week?
    11 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 years ago
  • Do you know OFFHAND what first class postage is for an ordinary letter?

    I don't need to know what the actual value is, I'm just wondering how many people today have it memorized. It's something that pretty much every adult would have known 30 years ago.
    I don't need to know what the actual value is, I'm just wondering how many people today have it memorized. It's something that pretty much every adult would have known 30 years ago.
    6 answers · Polls & Surveys · 3 years ago
  • Why isn't there Beef Fried Rice?

    I'm sure that there is a restaurant somewhere that has it, but why isn't it common at Chinese restaurants. Usually, the choices are chicken, pork, and shrimp, even if the restaurant serves beef in other dishes.
    I'm sure that there is a restaurant somewhere that has it, but why isn't it common at Chinese restaurants. Usually, the choices are chicken, pork, and shrimp, even if the restaurant serves beef in other dishes.
    5 answers · Ethnic Cuisine · 3 years ago
  • How did the ancients know that Jupiter was the largest planet?

    I assume that the planet Jupiter was named in ancient times, after the king of the gods. That that seems right, since it's the largest planet. But without telescopes, how did the ancients know that it was the largest planet?
    I assume that the planet Jupiter was named in ancient times, after the king of the gods. That that seems right, since it's the largest planet. But without telescopes, how did the ancients know that it was the largest planet?
    10 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 years ago
  • Poll: If you turn off the lights in your room, how many LEDs would be lit?

    In this room, it's 10: Answering machine Printer 2 speakers Monitor Netbook Wi-Fi on LED Netbook Power on LED Netbook LAN LED Keyboard NumLock Mouse
    In this room, it's 10: Answering machine Printer 2 speakers Monitor Netbook Wi-Fi on LED Netbook Power on LED Netbook LAN LED Keyboard NumLock Mouse
    4 answers · Polls & Surveys · 4 years ago
  • Physics, rock salt stirred into glass of water?

    A spoon of rock salt is put into a cylindrical glass of water, and the water is stirred rapidly. You would expect, because of centrifugal force, and because salt is denser than water, that the salt would collect around the edge of the glass at the bottom. Instead, the salt collects in the middle. Why?
    A spoon of rock salt is put into a cylindrical glass of water, and the water is stirred rapidly. You would expect, because of centrifugal force, and because salt is denser than water, that the salt would collect around the edge of the glass at the bottom. Instead, the salt collects in the middle. Why?
    1 answer · Physics · 4 years ago
  • What is the full mathematical name for this solid?

    It is a 3-D solid, with six congruent faces. Each face is a 45-45-90 triangle.
    It is a 3-D solid, with six congruent faces. Each face is a 45-45-90 triangle.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 4 years ago
  • Is it hot where you are?

    It feels like 95 degrees here in San Jose, California
    It feels like 95 degrees here in San Jose, California
    11 answers · Polls & Surveys · 5 years ago
  • What is the word that means the story behind an object?

    For example, at an auction, if an item has a famous story attached to it, it's worth more. Like a hat from the 1860's would be worth a lot, but if it was Abraham Lincoln's hat, it would be worth more, and if it was the one he was wearing when he was assassinated, it's worth even more. What is the word for this history, this... show more
    For example, at an auction, if an item has a famous story attached to it, it's worth more. Like a hat from the 1860's would be worth a lot, but if it was Abraham Lincoln's hat, it would be worth more, and if it was the one he was wearing when he was assassinated, it's worth even more. What is the word for this history, this lineage, this pedigree, that is attached to an item?
    2 answers · Words & Wordplay · 5 years ago
  • Italian nationals only: Is Galbani the favorite?

    Here in the USA, there are advertisements saying that Galbani is Italy's favorite cheese brand. Is that really true?
    Here in the USA, there are advertisements saying that Galbani is Italy's favorite cheese brand. Is that really true?
    2 answers · Other - Italy · 5 years ago
  • Who would be most impacted if we go over the "fiscal cliff"?

    I'm not asking whether it would be a good or bad thing. Just that if Congress cannot agree on a deal, what group of people would likely be most impacted? And which political party has more to lose?
    I'm not asking whether it would be a good or bad thing. Just that if Congress cannot agree on a deal, what group of people would likely be most impacted? And which political party has more to lose?
    2 answers · Politics · 5 years ago
  • If a Blu-Ray player says Wi-Fi ready, does that mean it can stream to any computer in the house?

    I see these players that say Wi-Fi ready, and understand that means they can receive content through the network. But can they send it, too? That's what I'd really like to do, put in a DVD into the player, which would be the only Blu-Ray in the house, and be able to watch it on any computer in range of the Wi-Fi.
    I see these players that say Wi-Fi ready, and understand that means they can receive content through the network. But can they send it, too? That's what I'd really like to do, put in a DVD into the player, which would be the only Blu-Ray in the house, and be able to watch it on any computer in range of the Wi-Fi.
    4 answers · TiVO & DVRs · 5 years ago
  • What are you thankful for?

    5 answers · Polls & Surveys · 5 years ago
  • Does anyone here remember this WWII jingle?

    I'm looking for the lyrics to a WWII jingle that went something like, Two and two make four, Four and Four make eight. Together we can win the war these figures indicate. So xx xx xxx x xxx your shoes bits of meat make tasty stews xxxx xxx My mother sang it as a child. I tried searching with Google, no luck.
    I'm looking for the lyrics to a WWII jingle that went something like, Two and two make four, Four and Four make eight. Together we can win the war these figures indicate. So xx xx xxx x xxx your shoes bits of meat make tasty stews xxxx xxx My mother sang it as a child. I tried searching with Google, no luck.
    8 answers · Senior Citizens · 6 years ago