• Should I draw my manga digital or traditional?

    Depends on which you are more comfortable doing. Personally I combine the two. You still like to draw my foreground characters by hand. Too many decades of do art by hand before the computer was invented. I then scan in the artwork and add the background and other details digitally. Also adjust the traditional art if needed to make it look... show more
    Depends on which you are more comfortable doing. Personally I combine the two. You still like to draw my foreground characters by hand. Too many decades of do art by hand before the computer was invented. I then scan in the artwork and add the background and other details digitally. Also adjust the traditional art if needed to make it look better in digital form. Only you can decide which works the best for you.
    4 answers · Drawing & Illustration · 2 weeks ago
  • Friends, with god cease to exist when China becomes the next world power?

    Assuming that God is real (which he is), our belief in Him (or lack thereof) will not somehow make him disappear. Just as a lot of belief in evolution does not somehow make it untrue. If the Chinese push their antireligion agenda on to other countries, it could reduce the percentage of people who believe in God. But that does not affect the... show more
    Assuming that God is real (which he is), our belief in Him (or lack thereof) will not somehow make him disappear. Just as a lot of belief in evolution does not somehow make it untrue. If the Chinese push their antireligion agenda on to other countries, it could reduce the percentage of people who believe in God. But that does not affect the actual existence of God. Just our knowledge of him.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Can i run a usb 2.0 devise on a usb 3.0 port?

    Yes. USB 3.0 is backwards compatible with 2.0 devices. Now, the device will run at the 2.0 speed (just as it would on a 2.0 USB port), it will not get the additional speed of the 3.0 port. But it should work just fine on 1 3.0 USB port. (Same with a USB 1 device.)
    Yes. USB 3.0 is backwards compatible with 2.0 devices. Now, the device will run at the 2.0 speed (just as it would on a 2.0 USB port), it will not get the additional speed of the 3.0 port. But it should work just fine on 1 3.0 USB port. (Same with a USB 1 device.)
    5 answers · Add-ons · 2 weeks ago
  • Trump loves walls. Will they soon put him behind a wall?

    That position belongs to the person who did collude with the Russians when Hillary's campaign paid for Russian information through Chris Steele (a British intelligent agent) and used it illegal to get a warrant to wire tap the Trump campaign, and then leak that information in an attempt to influence the 2016 election. All know facts with all... show more
    That position belongs to the person who did collude with the Russians when Hillary's campaign paid for Russian information through Chris Steele (a British intelligent agent) and used it illegal to get a warrant to wire tap the Trump campaign, and then leak that information in an attempt to influence the 2016 election. All know facts with all kinds of support. To date, there is no evidence of Trump having committed any crime. Manifort plead quilt to a tax evasion issue, nothing to do with Trump. Gates is accused of lying to the FBI on a non-Trump related issue. And Cohen is accused of things that have nothing to do with Russia. Hillary Clinton is also the one who transmitted top secret information on a non-secure, non-government server, and then obstructed justice by not turning over all the emails and destroying the devices that contained them. Had anyone else committed those crimes, they would be in jail.
    9 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Is Jesus Christ(Greek) deception, & a name change for a Jewish guy that may have been the messiah sent to only the lost tribes?

    Both the Hebrew word "messiah" and the Greek word "christ" mean an anointed person. If Jesus was the Messiah, then to call him by the Greek version of the word "messiah" would not be a deception. Interesting to note that the first people to speak of Jesus as someone send to the whole world and not just the lost... show more
    Both the Hebrew word "messiah" and the Greek word "christ" mean an anointed person. If Jesus was the Messiah, then to call him by the Greek version of the word "messiah" would not be a deception. Interesting to note that the first people to speak of Jesus as someone send to the whole world and not just the lost tribes were the Jews. With the single exception of Luke, all the other authors of the New Testament were Jews. And Luke gives us a biography of Jesus and the early disciples, not a theology tome. So Luke does not give us any of the doctrines or ideas of Christian theology. He gives us the history.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Were the 3 wise men Jews or gentiles?

    The New Testament indicate that they were "Magi", which are members of the non-Abrahamic monotheist religion found in parts of the Persian Empire. They followed the star seeing a new born king because of the prophecy of Balam, who was a non-Jewish prophet. But they had enough respect for the Jewish teachings to respect the Jewish... show more
    The New Testament indicate that they were "Magi", which are members of the non-Abrahamic monotheist religion found in parts of the Persian Empire. They followed the star seeing a new born king because of the prophecy of Balam, who was a non-Jewish prophet. But they had enough respect for the Jewish teachings to respect the Jewish prophecies of the kings birth in Bethlehem to true. Both the Magi (of which there would have been more than three) and the shepherds are mentioned in the recorded events of the birth of Jesus because it showed that he was sent to both the Jews (shepherds) and the Gentiles (Magi.) The shepherds saw him first because it was to the Jews that He would first preach. The Magi arrived later because the gospel would not be extended to Gentiles until later.
    18 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Is a 14 x 30 (foot) room to small to keep a dog while at work?

    Best answer: Depends on the dog. A little "toy" dog would probably be fine in a room that size, while a 150 lb dog would not. Also the breed is a major factor. Some breeds are passive and would be content to lay around all day, while others are bred to be active and would trash a room that size. No single answer to this question. show more
    Best answer: Depends on the dog. A little "toy" dog would probably be fine in a room that size, while a 150 lb dog would not. Also the breed is a major factor. Some breeds are passive and would be content to lay around all day, while others are bred to be active and would trash a room that size. No single answer to this question.
    7 answers · Dogs · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it possible to retrieve a deleted email?

    Depends on the email system. Most business email systems do retain deleted emails for a period, depending on how the admin sets up the system. But if you are using a free service such as Yahoo or Google email, there is no process for retrieving deleted emails.
    Depends on the email system. Most business email systems do retain deleted emails for a period, depending on how the admin sets up the system. But if you are using a free service such as Yahoo or Google email, there is no process for retrieving deleted emails.
    1 answer · Other - Yahoo Mail · 2 weeks ago
  • Sean Hannity: “I’m 99.9 percent sure there’s no Russian collusion and Trump won’t be impeached.” True or false?

    Best answer: Of course there was Russian collusion. The Democrats paid a British agent to collect (false) information from the Russians, used it to get a FISA warrant to bug the Trump campaign, and leaked the Russian information to the press, all in an attempt to influence the election. Doing such would have been an impeachable offense, except that... show more
    Best answer: Of course there was Russian collusion. The Democrats paid a British agent to collect (false) information from the Russians, used it to get a FISA warrant to bug the Trump campaign, and leaked the Russian information to the press, all in an attempt to influence the election. Doing such would have been an impeachable offense, except that Hillary lost the election so she can not be impeached.
    15 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • Why did humans invent 'God' for and who/what was the very first 'God' invented by racy and confused ancient human minds?

    That is like asking who first invented addition. No one invented addition. They discovered addition, such is a real thing. Now, it took them more than one try to understand addition. They had to figure out "place value" before addition was easy to do. They had to figure out what to do with negative numbers. Or how to do multiple... show more
    That is like asking who first invented addition. No one invented addition. They discovered addition, such is a real thing. Now, it took them more than one try to understand addition. They had to figure out "place value" before addition was easy to do. They had to figure out what to do with negative numbers. Or how to do multiple additions of the same number (called multiplication.) But none of those things were "inventions". They were discoveries. No one invented "God" as he is a real being. People did discover him. And that discovery seems to go back as far as the human race has existed. No one has a clue who first discovered God, just as we do not know who discover fire, the wheel or addition. But we can see that they went through multiple attempts to understand God, just as they went through multiple attempts to understand math. Things like believing that there were many gods who each controlled one things. But no one "invented" God since he is a real being.
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Does "subleasing" mean you're selling or buying?

    Subleasing does not mean you are buying or selling. Subleasing refers to you "leasing" space from someone in a building that they are "leasing" from someone else. The owner leasing a building to person "A". "A" is not the owner of the building, nor is he purchasing or able to sell it. Person... show more
    Subleasing does not mean you are buying or selling. Subleasing refers to you "leasing" space from someone in a building that they are "leasing" from someone else. The owner leasing a building to person "A". "A" is not the owner of the building, nor is he purchasing or able to sell it. Person "A" then turns around and leases you space in the same building. That is a "sub-lease". (Note that most leases to NOT allow you to sub-lease.) The person sub-leasing the building is not purchasing it. He is only renting space for a limited period in the building. (It is possible to sub-lease a whole building.) A person who is 'subleasing" is renting and not selling or buying the property
    11 answers · Words & Wordplay · 2 weeks ago
  • Whats the difference between religion and God.?

    God is a person/force/being. Religion is a set of doctrines and rituals often related to a "god". However it is possible to have a non-theist religion. Buddhism is a prime example of a non-theist religion. Also atheism, since is it a set of doctrines related to a deity (i.e., that he does not exist) it is a religion - but one that... show more
    God is a person/force/being. Religion is a set of doctrines and rituals often related to a "god". However it is possible to have a non-theist religion. Buddhism is a prime example of a non-theist religion. Also atheism, since is it a set of doctrines related to a deity (i.e., that he does not exist) it is a religion - but one that lacks any rituals.
    31 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • What Calendar Jesus used? Gregorian calendar??

    Jesus probably made use of two different calendars. The Jews had their own calendar which has been around since before the days of Moses (or about 1500 years at that time.) It is a lunar calendar that is closely linked to the cycles of the moon, so they days of the year "move" based on the phases of the moon. It had 360 days a year and... show more
    Jesus probably made use of two different calendars. The Jews had their own calendar which has been around since before the days of Moses (or about 1500 years at that time.) It is a lunar calendar that is closely linked to the cycles of the moon, so they days of the year "move" based on the phases of the moon. It had 360 days a year and added "leap months" at certain times to correct the calendar to match the seasons. All the Jews religions and cultural dates would have been based on that calendar. But they also used the Julian calendar, which was the official calendar for the Roman Empire. It would have been used for business and anything "official." The Julian calendar was revised in the 1500's to give us the Gregorian calendar, named for Pope Gregory XIII who authorized the changes. That calendar did not exist when Jesus lived.
    16 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Is there any proof Jesus existed?

    If you ignore the four accounts of his life (three of which are quoted in other works as soon as 25 years after his lifetime), you might be able to claim there is no proof. But you have to ignore them. If you ignore that the Jewish historian Josephus wrote about Jesus in three of his books - and also gives give a biography of John the Baptist and... show more
    If you ignore the four accounts of his life (three of which are quoted in other works as soon as 25 years after his lifetime), you might be able to claim there is no proof. But you have to ignore them. If you ignore that the Jewish historian Josephus wrote about Jesus in three of his books - and also gives give a biography of John the Baptist and James the brother of Jesus (who he claimed to know) - then there is not a lot of evidence If you ignore the Babylonian Talmud - a collection of writings compile in 70 AD from earlier sources, by the opponents of Jesus, who stated that he was a teacher, healer and miracle worker who was killed by the Romans and whose body disappeared with his disciples claiming he had risen from the dead.- then the evidence of his existence become slimmer yet. You can ignore the historians who blame the Christians for the burning of Rome in 60 AD. They also say that these people followed someone called "Christ" and not "Jesus". So again this is not evidence of Jesus. If you ignore the writings of the Syrian historian Tallus in the 50s AD who wrote about and tried to explain the darkness that covered the land during the crucifixion of Jesus, there is even less evidence that Jesus existed. If you ignore the writings of Roman historians Pliny and Tacitus, there is even less evidence of the existence of Jesus. Yes, if you want to ignore all the evidence, then there is no reason to believe that Jesus was a real person. Next we can figure out how to ignore all the evidence that dinosaurs existed. It takes about the same amount of dishonesty as trying to ignore all that evidence as it does to ignore the evidence of Jesus.
    70 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Car hasn't been towed why?

    they can not just come and take the car. They have to file an action with the court and get permission. Depending on how hard they press it it could take them several weeks (or months) to get such an order. If you really want it out of your driveway, drive ite bank or finance company the load is with. Park it in their parking lot. Go inside and... show more
    they can not just come and take the car. They have to file an action with the court and get permission. Depending on how hard they press it it could take them several weeks (or months) to get such an order. If you really want it out of your driveway, drive ite bank or finance company the load is with. Park it in their parking lot. Go inside and handle them the keys. Leave. They will then have motivate to get something done with the car as they will want it out of their parking lot.
    4 answers · Law & Ethics · 1 month ago
  • After Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II dies, how long will it take for them to put King Charles on the 100th Birthday Cards messages?

    If a person were to get such a card, they would probably be smart enough to realize that it was processed before her passing. They should save it because a card like that issued in error after her death has the potential to become a collector's item and be worth money. How long will it take them to change over the process for cards? Depends... show more
    If a person were to get such a card, they would probably be smart enough to realize that it was processed before her passing. They should save it because a card like that issued in error after her death has the potential to become a collector's item and be worth money. How long will it take them to change over the process for cards? Depends on how fast the people charged with doing it make the change. But odds are they already have a process in place for making such a change. There are probably auto-signed cards with Charles signature on them waiting in a box for the day they are needed.
    12 answers · Royalty · 1 month ago
  • What if I, as a Christian, want to bake a cake for a gay couple?

    Then you could bake a cake for gay people. You have the right to follow your religion as you understand and believe it.
    Then you could bake a cake for gay people. You have the right to follow your religion as you understand and believe it.
    19 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • In what month was Jesus born?

    As the Bible does not give a month, or even a season of the year, there is no reason to believe that he was NOT born in December. It has the same odds as any other month for being his birth month. Any other months is just as much a guess as December.
    As the Bible does not give a month, or even a season of the year, there is no reason to believe that he was NOT born in December. It has the same odds as any other month for being his birth month. Any other months is just as much a guess as December.
    36 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • Do non-Christians celebrate Christmas?

    The celebrate on December 25th and may refer to the day as "Christmas", but if they do not partake of the Christ Mass on that day, they are nor celebrating Christmas
    The celebrate on December 25th and may refer to the day as "Christmas", but if they do not partake of the Christ Mass on that day, they are nor celebrating Christmas
    10 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • What's the name of the Angel God sent attacked Egyptian first born sons?

    The Bible does not gie us the name of the angel involved in this. There are actually only two angels in the entire Bible for which we are given names, They are Michael in the Old Testament and Gabriel in the New.
    The Bible does not gie us the name of the angel involved in this. There are actually only two angels in the entire Bible for which we are given names, They are Michael in the Old Testament and Gabriel in the New.
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago