• Is there anything special about this 2$ bill?

    Best answer: If you look at the "series' just to the lower right of the portrait, you will see that this bill was issued in 2013. It is only 5 years old. You can walk into a bank and ask and most of them will have one or more $2 bills from that series. It is worth $2.
    Best answer: If you look at the "series' just to the lower right of the portrait, you will see that this bill was issued in 2013. It is only 5 years old. You can walk into a bank and ask and most of them will have one or more $2 bills from that series. It is worth $2.
    10 answers · Personal Finance · 18 hours ago
  • Would you find it suspicious if a king rounded up all the known deer hunters and executed them?

    No. I would find it disgusting. Taking lives for no reason. Especially if deer hunting had been legal before that. Even if it was illegal, the punishment should be a fine or maybe jail time, not execution.
    No. I would find it disgusting. Taking lives for no reason. Especially if deer hunting had been legal before that. Even if it was illegal, the punishment should be a fine or maybe jail time, not execution.
    6 answers · Polls & Surveys · 20 hours ago
  • Jordan Peterson is often a staunch defender of faith. But he often quips revealing statements such as 'We have evolved over..?

    He could be one of those that believes that God is the one who directs the process of evolution. God created the original animals with the ability and the needed DNA to be able to evolve into the species we know today, including humans. That evolution was not random chance but something that God designed, directed and controlled. show more
    He could be one of those that believes that God is the one who directs the process of evolution. God created the original animals with the ability and the needed DNA to be able to evolve into the species we know today, including humans. That evolution was not random chance but something that God designed, directed and controlled.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 23 hours ago
  • Do Christians want to throw gays off the roof?

    There is no where in the Bible that it says to throw gays off a roof. A Christian who wants to do that is not follow anything in the Bible.
    There is no where in the Bible that it says to throw gays off a roof. A Christian who wants to do that is not follow anything in the Bible.
    23 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 23 hours ago
  • Can God speak to you if you are not born again?

    If God was not able to speak to people before they are born again, how could he reveal himself so that they come to believe? Yes, God speaks to non-believers. They ust rarely listen.
    If God was not able to speak to people before they are born again, how could he reveal himself so that they come to believe? Yes, God speaks to non-believers. They ust rarely listen.
    14 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 23 hours ago
  • This one should be good for a laugh. Christians, can you describe the theory of evolution as you understand it?

    Depends on which of the several competing and contradictory theories called "evolution" you are talking about. There is more than one, and if any one of them is correct, all the others have to be wrong. If evolution is a proven fact, which it is that no one can tell why of the theories is the proven one. Probably the simplest way to... show more
    Depends on which of the several competing and contradictory theories called "evolution" you are talking about. There is more than one, and if any one of them is correct, all the others have to be wrong. If evolution is a proven fact, which it is that no one can tell why of the theories is the proven one. Probably the simplest way to explain the theory is that species evolved over time through gradual changes/mutations in response to environment and similar factors. That those species which were best able to survive continue to exist and changed to change over time until we have all the species known today. The problem with such a theory is that it is nor supported by evidence. When one looks at the geological evidence in the rock layers, one does not see a gradual change in the species, but rather long periods of stable species and then sudden jumps in the type of species. This goes against Darwin's theory of natural selection, and leans towards what is called catastrophic theory. Evolution is also presents as if there is an intelligence or force guiding it. Species are somehow able to alter the DNA to fit their surrounds. Of course we know that is total nonsense, or all genetic disease would have ended centuries ago. We would have altered a DNA to get rid of them. Rather the changes have to be because of totally random mutation. Science has yet to find an example of random mutation that is beneficial. Rather it is the cause of disease, deformities, etc. Not of improvements. And not that makes one fit better into their surrounds. It does not happen. Evolution overlooks things like the dramatic changes in the numbers and sizes of chromosomes in species. How can a single one-celled organism that is the source of all life produce one animal that has 380 chromosomes (the butterfly) or the hermit crab (254), the horse with 96, the pig with 38 and the human with 46. (Some plants have as many as 1260.) Since two "things" with different numbers of chromosomes can not mate and produce live offspring, how could animals with different numbers of chromosomes come from the same single one-celled creature? Again, it is not possible. You want a simple description of evolution> That is easy. It is a fairy tale that people try to pass off as science.
    33 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Why do you form beliefs differently when money is involved? Would you trust a Doctor who used the same logic as a priest to treat you?

    Love the easy questions like this. Religious beliefs is not irrational. Your premise is wrong, so of course you can not understand why people are religious. When you start with bad data you always end up with nonsense as your result.
    Love the easy questions like this. Religious beliefs is not irrational. Your premise is wrong, so of course you can not understand why people are religious. When you start with bad data you always end up with nonsense as your result.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Hey people are you in high school school?

    I graduated from high school in the 60's. I completed my latest college degree in 2014. (We additional degrees in the 80s and 90s.)
    I graduated from high school in the 60's. I completed my latest college degree in 2014. (We additional degrees in the 80s and 90s.)
    9 answers · Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered · 3 days ago
  • If Trump did collaborate with the Russians and it is proven at later date not in the so distant future will many Republicans turn on him?

    Interesting that we know for a fact that the Democrats purchased information from the Russians through a foreign agent named Christopher Steele that they used to try to influence the election against Trump. And to obtain four FICA warranties to be able to spy on the Trump campaign and wire tap Trump tower. But we are investigating the Republicans.... show more
    Interesting that we know for a fact that the Democrats purchased information from the Russians through a foreign agent named Christopher Steele that they used to try to influence the election against Trump. And to obtain four FICA warranties to be able to spy on the Trump campaign and wire tap Trump tower. But we are investigating the Republicans. What is wrong with this picture?
    11 answers · Politics · 3 days ago
  • Mike Degrasse Tyson is a leading astrologer and he thinks that the Earth is pear shaped?

    A rhombus is ball shaped.... OK..... {Insert Twilight Zone theme} Tyson is correct that because the earth rotates at an angle (about 23 degrees) it is not a perfect sphere. The gravity causes it to bulge slightly below the equator, making a little smaller around the top half then the bottom like a pear. (We have photos that show that. This is... show more
    A rhombus is ball shaped.... OK..... {Insert Twilight Zone theme} Tyson is correct that because the earth rotates at an angle (about 23 degrees) it is not a perfect sphere. The gravity causes it to bulge slightly below the equator, making a little smaller around the top half then the bottom like a pear. (We have photos that show that. This is not someone's guess or theory. We can actually see it.)
    13 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Why do people hunt wild animals?

    Hopefully you realize that deer are "wild animals" also. The difference is that the deer population is not in danger of becoming extinct while the population of giraffes and lions is. In fact, in most areas where deer are naturally found the population is larger than the environment can handle. So to control the population they allow... show more
    Hopefully you realize that deer are "wild animals" also. The difference is that the deer population is not in danger of becoming extinct while the population of giraffes and lions is. In fact, in most areas where deer are naturally found the population is larger than the environment can handle. So to control the population they allow limited hunting of some animals. That is why there is a hunting season and only a limited number of licenses available. They control how many deer (or whatever) are allowed to be shot. Why do people like to hunt animals like lions? For the same reason they like to hunt deer. There is a thrill in the chase and the take down. Often more soon when the animal is something that is a danger to you like a lion. Also the number of lions and giraffes is so small that being able to get one is something that very few people are able to do. It gives you a conquest those most people can never have. (Personally, I have no interest in any type of hunting.)
    6 answers · Polls & Surveys · 3 days ago
  • Have you ever hidden in a place where you cannot be found?

    Only at work.
    Only at work.
    4 answers · Mental Health · 3 days ago
  • Can any charges be pressed against the men in this situation?

    If the woman attacked the caretaker, she might have grounds for a charge of assault. Now, since the woman has dementia (is not in sound mind) it is unlikely that they would actually charge her for the action. Proving that her husband deliberately provoked the attack is going to be hard. He can easily claim that his wife misunderstood everything... show more
    If the woman attacked the caretaker, she might have grounds for a charge of assault. Now, since the woman has dementia (is not in sound mind) it is unlikely that they would actually charge her for the action. Proving that her husband deliberately provoked the attack is going to be hard. He can easily claim that his wife misunderstood everything (since she is not in her right mind) and he never tried to trick her. Or make an argument that as his age he is also no longer of sound mind. The caretaker would probably have a hard time getting a conviction on such a charge.
    4 answers · Law & Ethics · 3 days ago
  • Do men dislike it when a woman has too many dimples?

    Every man is an individual. Some like dimples, others do not. There is no single answer to this question.
    Every man is an individual. Some like dimples, others do not. There is no single answer to this question.
    23 answers · Gender & Women's Studies · 3 days ago
  • Are homo sapiens (human beings) the only animals with religions?

    There is no evidence that any animals living today have the concept of god or religion. It appears to be unique to humans.
    There is no evidence that any animals living today have the concept of god or religion. It appears to be unique to humans.
    19 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • If God gave man free will then why are most people so weak willed and a product of their original underlying propensities?

    Giving you an ability and having you develop it or not the same thing. Most people are born with the ability to develop muscles like a body builder, but very few people actually do it. Most do not even stay in a reasonable shape physically. But that does not mean that they were not born with the potential to be fit or better. So every person is... show more
    Giving you an ability and having you develop it or not the same thing. Most people are born with the ability to develop muscles like a body builder, but very few people actually do it. Most do not even stay in a reasonable shape physically. But that does not mean that they were not born with the potential to be fit or better. So every person is born with "free will." In Christian theology that simply means that they have the ability to make their own decisions about how they live their own lives. If they never develop that ability that does not mean that they were no born with the ability. The real question should be why do so many people waste the free will that God gives them by never doing anything with their lives.
    18 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • "The true disciples of Christ don't care what you think; we expect to be hated." Even if this were true, would it then follow that a?

    Nope. No logical connection between the two. The first (that we are hated) is a human condition that we can not control. we can not control how others think or feel. So there is no point is caring that you hate us since we can not control that. However we do have control over how we choose to feel about others. We do not have to be hateful. ... show more
    Nope. No logical connection between the two. The first (that we are hated) is a human condition that we can not control. we can not control how others think or feel. So there is no point is caring that you hate us since we can not control that. However we do have control over how we choose to feel about others. We do not have to be hateful. As Christians we are to strive NOT to be hateful. Your hatred of me does not somehow force my hatred in return. So you see there is no logical connection between the two ideas. One is a situation we are in. The other is a choice that we make.
    18 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Why can't christianity stand up to criticism?

    Since it can, your question is pointless.
    Since it can, your question is pointless.
    26 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 days ago
  • Do you think we were treated unfairly by not being let out of detention an hour early ?

    Since the detention was set to last until 4:45 and it lasted until 4:45, it is nor unfair.
    Since the detention was set to last until 4:45 and it lasted until 4:45, it is nor unfair.
    10 answers · Etiquette · 3 days ago
  • What does the Bible say about Halloween? Is it a harmless holiday or something else?

    Halloween did not exist during the time that the Bible was written, so it says nothing on the subject.
    Halloween did not exist during the time that the Bible was written, so it says nothing on the subject.
    87 answers · Halloween · 3 days ago