• Was I born in the 1900s?

    Best answer: Son, 20th century ran from 1st January 1900 and ended on the 31st December 1999. And YES! You were born in the century before this one! 19th Century. You are way too old to be online!!!
    Best answer: Son, 20th century ran from 1st January 1900 and ended on the 31st December 1999. And YES! You were born in the century before this one! 19th Century. You are way too old to be online!!!
    12 answers · History · 3 hours ago
  • Whats the meaning of life?

    15 answers · Philosophy · 22 hours ago
  • When are you gonna quit messing around and write a REAL poem?

    Do it now; post it here. (please.)
    Do it now; post it here. (please.)
    12 answers · Poetry · 3 days ago
  • Why not commit suicide?

    Not suicidal btw, just a philosophical question. I don't think there's meaning in life, so then what do I do? There's no self or ego, I'm just a human, there's no free will... so the question is what do I do?
    Not suicidal btw, just a philosophical question. I don't think there's meaning in life, so then what do I do? There's no self or ego, I'm just a human, there's no free will... so the question is what do I do?
    32 answers · Philosophy · 3 days ago
  • How can you write and publish poems in a police state?

    How can you write and publish poems in a police state?

    Megla. Technology with Overlords controlling us, implanted prefabricated thoughts are ordered, Most of us humans do not know and step in line, step in line or else the stiff ***** react. We're living in a Police State,way of the world, Cliche and stolen but it is understood plainly, As plainly as our wrinkled... show more
    Megla. Technology with Overlords controlling us, implanted prefabricated thoughts are ordered, Most of us humans do not know and step in line, step in line or else the stiff ***** react. We're living in a Police State,way of the world, Cliche and stolen but it is understood plainly, As plainly as our wrinkled brows from worrying, not even knowing why,inside our systems are fried. Used as raw meat like cattle led to a slaughter, out of order!!!You said too much and now must die, A small incision on the operating table,precision, dead, as the chip is implanted to robotize you..... Your mind will be gone,made up viruses are reasons, fear tactics,rebellion then martial law,blood claws, Digging into hearts and souls to benefit the chosen, the few, the proud,the machines,ching,ching,ching~~!!! Let it ring from the churches and the mountain tops, they must be stopped or death squads will rule all, No more children playing,no more laughter,stark faces, the faces of the soulless who have been deceived,... They count their cash as they give us government grass, spiked to make us kiss our ***...goodbyeeeeeee...... The Bannibal One May 5,2017 @
    5 answers · Poetry · 2 days ago
  • Is it true Muslims used to take European Christian children as slaves and convert them to Islam and train them to rule their empire?

    A Muslim coworker told me this. He said Muslim groups/tribes were jealous of each other's powers so the leaders started taking Christian children as slaves and training them to be the rulers so their loyalty would be to the empire/palace only.
    A Muslim coworker told me this. He said Muslim groups/tribes were jealous of each other's powers so the leaders started taking Christian children as slaves and training them to be the rulers so their loyalty would be to the empire/palace only.
    13 answers · History · 9 hours ago
  • I am a Brazilian historian, and I intend to research the American civil war, but I am afraid to go to the United States due to violence?

    I wanted to spend three months in the south researching sources and analyzing Southern society, how likely was I to die in a terrorist attack, or to be attacked by a Mexican bandit? Brazil is relatively dangerous only in large cities, as I live in the interior I am not used to with violence, however in the United... show more
    I wanted to spend three months in the south researching sources and analyzing Southern society, how likely was I to die in a terrorist attack, or to be attacked by a Mexican bandit? Brazil is relatively dangerous only in large cities, as I live in the interior I am not used to with violence, however in the United States I would be exposed.
    16 answers · History · 1 day ago
  • Good incest stories?

    15 answers · Books & Authors · 22 hours ago
  • Can I become an actor at 25 if I've never been in a play?

    Is it too late? I just graduated college with a degree in marketing. I never joined any acting clubs or plays, because I thought it was an unrealistic dream. But people CONSTANTLY tell me I have the looks and SHOULD become an actor. I won't have my looks for much longer. Do I need to try to follow my dreams?... show more
    Is it too late? I just graduated college with a degree in marketing. I never joined any acting clubs or plays, because I thought it was an unrealistic dream. But people CONSTANTLY tell me I have the looks and SHOULD become an actor. I won't have my looks for much longer. Do I need to try to follow my dreams? And how can I start? I live in Boston, MA. 25 year old, 5'1 female here.
    12 answers · Theater & Acting · 2 days ago
  • Describe love in 1 word?

    12 answers · Philosophy · 10 hours ago
  • What do you think of this cartoon version of myself?

    What do you think of this cartoon version of myself?

    Best answer: This is not a valid question. It is asking for people's opinions on a drawing. Yahoo! Answers is for QUESTIONS, not to share thoughts or feelings as feedback for your ego, or attention to your hobby efforts. PLEASE stop abusing the Yahoo! Answers system by posting non-questions. This is a VERY immature and... show more
    Best answer: This is not a valid question. It is asking for people's opinions on a drawing. Yahoo! Answers is for QUESTIONS, not to share thoughts or feelings as feedback for your ego, or attention to your hobby efforts.

    PLEASE stop abusing the Yahoo! Answers system by posting non-questions.

    This is a VERY immature and unskilled drawing. The eyes are frog-like, and the overall drawing is without definition, just outlines like a coloring book. This would not be so bad, except for the poor anatomy giving her a dumpy looking torso that is too short for the rest of the body.
    * The shoulders are too wide
    * The breasts are two different sizes, with one higher than the other
    * The legs are too long
    * The head is too big
    * The elbows are at different heights, neither correct
    * The hands are two different sizes. One too small, one too large
    * The fingers are too short, like half fingers
    * The feet are too wide and misshappen, like flat boats
    Honestly, this is a bad drawing, full of visual errors. This is also proof why you don't post your drawings here.
    1. This is not an art site, nor is it your personal Show & Tell art gallery.
    2. Your drawings are NOT valid questions, as everyone's opinion is different, whereas valid questions generally have a common answer, just varying degrees of details.
    3. Since there is no "right" answer to "What do you think," you stand a good chance of being insulted when people points out all the flaws in what you may have considered to be a 'good' piece (which this isn't).
    If this was supposed to show an 18 year old's 'blessings' returning, it fails. Her frog-eyed expression gives NO indication of being blessed. Or happy. Or sad. Or angry. Or anything.
    The nose is not even close to African. That is a caucasian nose.
    You need a lot of practice before posting your work in public. And even then, NOT HERE.
    10 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 2 days ago
  • Recommend a book Sci-Fi/Fantasy Book?

    Best answer: The Stone and the Flute by Hans Bemmann is a good fantasy adventure. Ursula Le Guin's Earthsea stories are also worth reading (the first 3 anyway, I'm not quite sure where she was going with the fourth). Le Guin's morality is less black and white than that of Tolkien or C.S.Lewis, and she also avoids... show more
    Best answer: The Stone and the Flute by Hans Bemmann is a good fantasy adventure. Ursula Le Guin's Earthsea stories are also worth reading (the first 3 anyway, I'm not quite sure where she was going with the fourth). Le Guin's morality is less black and white than that of Tolkien or C.S.Lewis, and she also avoids the xenophobia which these authors verged into occasionally (In Tolkien, non caucasians are usually bad guys and to date Hollywood has wisely declined to adapt "The horse and his boy" and "The last battle" both of which are rather Islamophobic)
    As for SciFi

    The Stars my destination by Alfred Bester. The plot is based around "The Count of Monte Cristo" but unlike Dumas, Bester was not being paid by the page, so the story is shorter and more exciting, full of colourful and grotesque detail. There is also a certain influence from "The White Goddess by Robert Graves.
    The Chrysalids by John Wyndham is set in the future following a barely remembered nuclear war, in which the survivors are living in a new dark age. In their attempts to deal with the mutations resulting from the nuclear fallout, they use religion to justify the destruction of anything or anyone they consider "impure". Anyone born different must either keep their mutation a secret or flee to live as an outlaw in the mutated forest.
    22 answers · Books & Authors · 3 days ago