• POLL: Do you like the band Oasis?

    Thoroughly MEH.
    Thoroughly MEH.
    15 answers · Rock and Pop · 4 days ago
  • Is Donald Trump comparable to Justin Trudeau?

    Their last names start with the same three letters. Beyond that, they're a Universe apart. Trudeau isn't Jesus, but there's a very good chance that the Orange Fraud is the Anti-Christ.
    Their last names start with the same three letters. Beyond that, they're a Universe apart. Trudeau isn't Jesus, but there's a very good chance that the Orange Fraud is the Anti-Christ.
    17 answers · Politics · 6 days ago
  • If one pill makes you larger and one pill makes you small, what does the one mother gives you do for ya?

    S.F.A. - didn't you listen to the song, fool?
    S.F.A. - didn't you listen to the song, fool?
    13 answers · Rock and Pop · 6 days ago
  • Why do some people admire Adolph Hitler?

    He was Austrian by birth. In Austria & Bavaria, the name is spelled ADOLF. The "ph" suffix is common in the north & west German states. E.g.: Adolph Marx, who in 1911 legally changed his named to Arthur in 1911, in part because he disliked the name & in part to differentiate from Adolph Marks, a prominent show business... show more
    He was Austrian by birth. In Austria & Bavaria, the name is spelled ADOLF. The "ph" suffix is common in the north & west German states. E.g.: Adolph Marx, who in 1911 legally changed his named to Arthur in 1911, in part because he disliked the name & in part to differentiate from Adolph Marks, a prominent show business lawyer of the time. He's better known, of course, as "Harpo", one of the famous Marx Bros.
    18 answers · Politics · 1 week ago
  • What if the US lost WW2?

    Then right now you wouldn't have that Orange Fraud masquerading as president. That could only be a good thing.
    Then right now you wouldn't have that Orange Fraud masquerading as president. That could only be a good thing.
    30 answers · History · 2 weeks ago
  • Was Adolf Hitler actually a good person?

    The only way you can answer that question is to take the collective appraisals of the people he interacted with daily. Unanimously, they all saw him as a polite, decent & honest person. However, much the same was said about "Stalin" & is said about that despicable Orange Fraud who currently masquerades as the U.S. president. show more
    The only way you can answer that question is to take the collective appraisals of the people he interacted with daily. Unanimously, they all saw him as a polite, decent & honest person. However, much the same was said about "Stalin" & is said about that despicable Orange Fraud who currently masquerades as the U.S. president.
    35 answers · Israel · 2 weeks ago
  • Under Hillary Clinton what would the USA have been like?

    It might still have a scintilla of respect in the world community. After the Orange Fraud is gone, it'll take at least 20 years to restore its former position, if that's even possible.
    It might still have a scintilla of respect in the world community. After the Orange Fraud is gone, it'll take at least 20 years to restore its former position, if that's even possible.
    100 answers · Other - Politics & Government · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you think God that after all these years Trump was finally able to clean up the Democrats mess on NAFTA?

    EVERYBODY knows the Bush Geo. I gov't negotiated N.A.F.T.A. Before it was ratified, Clinton took over as the U.S. pres. & CHIN Mulroney's gov't got sacked in Canada. The new P.M. Chretien wanted to abrogate the whole deal. Clinton got Chretien to agree to keeping the deal, but had to accept the "side deal" Cooperation... show more
    EVERYBODY knows the Bush Geo. I gov't negotiated N.A.F.T.A. Before it was ratified, Clinton took over as the U.S. pres. & CHIN Mulroney's gov't got sacked in Canada. The new P.M. Chretien wanted to abrogate the whole deal. Clinton got Chretien to agree to keeping the deal, but had to accept the "side deal" Cooperation on Labour & Cooperation on the Environment that Chretien wanted. The deal worked quite well for all 3 countries. As ALWAYS, the Orange Fraud was completely divorced from reality about it. With his stupid big mouth & bombast, he had Canada seriously considering abrogating once more. After 14 months of grandstanding, he ended up getting no significant change vis-a-vis Canada, but has very seriously damaged relations between the two countries. That will prove to be a long-term loss for the U.S. Mexico must ratify it by December or risk having the new president abrogate. In the U.S., there's no way it can be ratified before the November elections. In them. the Democrats are virtually certain to regain the majority in the House & possibly in the Senate. Then, the fate of the new deal is in serious jeopardy. In Canada, it's nice that it's done, but ratification isn't a priority. We have bigger fish to fry. In regard of the profound enmity Canadians now have for O.F., our Parliament may just refuse it. Then what's O.F. going to do? This is what usually happens when some fool tries to "fix" what was never broken in the 1st place. People in the U.S. need to know that Canadians don't want your chemical & hormone-laden milk, no matter how cheaply it's priced. We see the myriad of you who are as bloated as blue whales waddling across the television screens, & don't want to be like that. We enjoy living those average 4.1 years longer.
    16 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • How would you describe Justin Trudeau in just two words?

    Excellent leader.
    Excellent leader.
    24 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • People power is back. Just not in Britain. Any thoughts?

    I think you're full of dung. This is just another backlash of the reactionary twits. These jokers don't listen to "the people" at all. They listen to & govern for ONLY that noisome minority that got them elected. Then they lie & propagandise & try to make the world believe that they are "populists." ... show more
    I think you're full of dung. This is just another backlash of the reactionary twits. These jokers don't listen to "the people" at all. They listen to & govern for ONLY that noisome minority that got them elected. Then they lie & propagandise & try to make the world believe that they are "populists." You blather on about The D.F. in Ontario, totally ignoring that his party was elected by the 40.5% of the 58% of eligible voters who dothered to vote of the 66% of the population that was eligible. That means he was elected by about 15.6% of the people of Ontario - about 2 in 13. You'd like to think that one in such a position might try governing in the interests of 100% of the people, rather than that tiny bit. Fools like him always seem to forget that people remember, & many whom his policies now urinate upon are youths. Many of them will be able to vote in the next election. He'll have a session of power in the legislature & then will fade away like a hangover.
    6 answers · Politics · 2 weeks ago
  • How come Justin Trudeau is such a twãt?

    Because, like ALL gutless coward "Anon." trolls, you're a witless loser who defecates in his Depends whenever he must encounter someone who's actually competent.
    Because, like ALL gutless coward "Anon." trolls, you're a witless loser who defecates in his Depends whenever he must encounter someone who's actually competent.
    13 answers · Politics · 4 weeks ago
  • What is your favorite 80s pop song (1980-1989)?

    1. The "80's" were from the 1st second of 1 Jan. 1981 to the last second of 31 Dec. 1990. NOWHERE in the world do we start counting at "0" (ZERO). 2. Now, re-frame your question.
    1. The "80's" were from the 1st second of 1 Jan. 1981 to the last second of 31 Dec. 1990. NOWHERE in the world do we start counting at "0" (ZERO). 2. Now, re-frame your question.
    24 answers · Rock and Pop · 4 weeks ago
  • What will happen if I steal Paul McCartney's guitar?

    George Harrison had a red Gibson Les Paul Standard (formerly owned by John Sebastian, then Rick Derringer, then Eric Clapton, who gave it to Harrison in Aug. '68. Clapton used it on 6 Sep. '68 to play the lead solos on Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps." Harrison named the guitar "Lucy" after Lucille Ball. ... show more
    George Harrison had a red Gibson Les Paul Standard (formerly owned by John Sebastian, then Rick Derringer, then Eric Clapton, who gave it to Harrison in Aug. '68. Clapton used it on 6 Sep. '68 to play the lead solos on Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps." Harrison named the guitar "Lucy" after Lucille Ball. In 1973, "Lucy" was stolen. It was sold to a shop in Hollywood which sold it (before the legal 30-day waiting period) to a guy in Mexico. When it appeared on a police stolen property report, the shop opened negotiations to recover "Lucy." Ultimately, Harrison was involved. He traded another Les Paul & a Fender Precision bass to get the guitar back. Harrison referred to the incident as a "kidnapping" & kept it until his 2001 death. McCartney is quite a miser, so I think if you took his guitar, he'd put a contact out on you. WHEN you were found, you'd sleep with the fishes.
    19 answers · Rock and Pop · 4 weeks ago
  • Given that Churchill, FDR, and Gandhi were the greatest statesmen of the 20th century, who were the greatest statesmen of the 19th century?

    Your "given" is complete rubbish.
    Your "given" is complete rubbish.
    25 answers · History · 1 month ago
  • Xxxtentacion, jimmy wopo, Mac miller, all gone. Who agrees this is the worst year for hip hop ?

    The worst year for "hip hop" was the year it was created. All subsequent years only add to the hideous misery that garbage subjects the rest of the world to.
    The worst year for "hip hop" was the year it was created. All subsequent years only add to the hideous misery that garbage subjects the rest of the world to.
    29 answers · Rap and Hip-Hop · 1 month ago
  • Where would Jimi Hendrix be if he didn't die in 1970?

    Probably still recording & touring, just like McCartney & Beck. He'd be 75.
    Probably still recording & touring, just like McCartney & Beck. He'd be 75.
    37 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 month ago
  • Was Mark Twain a racist?

    Absolutely NOT. He spent much of his time in his childhood & youth around blacks & had great respect for them. He was appalled by slavery & the injustices wreaked upon black people. "Huckleberry Finn" was perhaps the first novel written entirely in the U.S. vernacular of the time. In it. "Huck's" point of view... show more
    Absolutely NOT. He spent much of his time in his childhood & youth around blacks & had great respect for them. He was appalled by slavery & the injustices wreaked upon black people. "Huckleberry Finn" was perhaps the first novel written entirely in the U.S. vernacular of the time. In it. "Huck's" point of view changes as he has more experiences with, & learns more about Jim, the black slave who sought to be reunited with his wife & family. He saw the humanity in every person. Clemens tried to convey his own feelings through "Huck."
    40 answers · Books & Authors · 1 month ago
  • Did Adolf Hitler have Parkinson’s disease?

    All these screwball hypotheses by people who never met him. To my knowledge, at least, none are medical professionals. Use Ockham's Razor: The simplest solution is usually the correct one. The physical motion he displayed late in the war can be easily correlated with the 20 July 1944 assassination attempt. The blast caused bleeding in both... show more
    All these screwball hypotheses by people who never met him. To my knowledge, at least, none are medical professionals. Use Ockham's Razor: The simplest solution is usually the correct one. The physical motion he displayed late in the war can be easily correlated with the 20 July 1944 assassination attempt. The blast caused bleeding in both of his ears. It probably caused some permanent inner ear damage. This would have affected his hearing, balance &, to some degree, coordination. The hearing difficulty would be likely to affect his mood. He also likely suffered some muscle or nerve damage to one leg & one arm. So much for all the extreme speculations. His family tended to be short-lived. In part this was due to cancer (mother died at 47) & in part due to some sort of coronary problem that can only be speculated on.
    14 answers · History · 1 month ago
  • When will GNR release a new album?

    Who cares?
    Who cares?
    14 answers · Yahoo Music · 1 month ago
  • Why are Chrysler PT Cruisers hated?

    I just "enjoyed" one 5.5 years. I was NOT impressed with its fuel economy: I have a much larger V-6 Ford Taurus wagon that's just as economical. Not impressed with its acceleration: I used to have a 4-cyl. Dodge Aries wagon that would blow the door of the Cruiser, & also got better fuel economy. Not impressed with its very large... show more
    I just "enjoyed" one 5.5 years. I was NOT impressed with its fuel economy: I have a much larger V-6 Ford Taurus wagon that's just as economical. Not impressed with its acceleration: I used to have a 4-cyl. Dodge Aries wagon that would blow the door of the Cruiser, & also got better fuel economy. Not impressed with its very large turning circle: I had a much longer, larger 1959 Ford that could turn a smaller circle. Structurally weak. I'd never recommend one to anyone.
    10 answers · Chrysler · 1 month ago