• Jethro Tull vs Kansas winner is?

    Best answer: I never saw J.T., although I liked them. I saw Kansas in Detroit on 8 Dec. '77. They were supposed to front the Atlanta Rhythm Section. A.R.S. was snowed-in at Columbus, & couldn't make the show. Kansas played a set that was about 3 hrs. long, & no one cared that A.R.S. never showed. Kansas blew the stadium away. I... show more
    Best answer: I never saw J.T., although I liked them. I saw Kansas in Detroit on 8 Dec. '77. They were supposed to front the Atlanta Rhythm Section. A.R.S. was snowed-in at Columbus, & couldn't make the show. Kansas played a set that was about 3 hrs. long, & no one cared that A.R.S. never showed. Kansas blew the stadium away. I rank it as one of the Top Ten concerts I've ever seen.
    14 answers · Rock and Pop · 1 month ago
  • What other Nazis opposed Hitler?

    Best answer: When will stupid people figure out that only about 7% of the German population were ever a members of the N.S.D.A.P.? Do you assume every U.S. citizen you meet is a Republican? There was a wide resistance to the Nazi regime, but they weren't very effective at changing the situation.
    Best answer: When will stupid people figure out that only about 7% of the German population were ever a members of the N.S.D.A.P.? Do you assume every U.S. citizen you meet is a Republican? There was a wide resistance to the Nazi regime, but they weren't very effective at changing the situation.
    10 answers · History · 5 months ago
  • Can Obama collect unemployment benefits because he's essentially jobless right now, but he didn't quit nor fired from being the President?

    Best answer: No. He was a contracted employee. He served the term of the contract which, in this instance, is non-renewable by law. He was given sufficient compensation & pension to negate a need for unemployment benefits. This is similar to what happens for a professional athlete.
    Best answer: No. He was a contracted employee. He served the term of the contract which, in this instance, is non-renewable by law. He was given sufficient compensation & pension to negate a need for unemployment benefits. This is similar to what happens for a professional athlete.
    8 answers · Politics · 1 year ago
  • Is Gene Simmons of KISS the best bass player in all of rock history or what?

    Best answer: I wouldn't place him in the Top 1000. So many who were/are vastly superior to that ZERO that it's ludicrous to bother trying to list them.
    Best answer: I wouldn't place him in the Top 1000. So many who were/are vastly superior to that ZERO that it's ludicrous to bother trying to list them.
    21 answers · Rock and Pop · 4 months ago
  • Are fathers allowed to engage in sexual relationships with their daughters if she's an adult?

    Best answer: There's nothing illegal about it in any country I know of. That makes it allowed. Whether it will be accepted by most people in the society in which they live is questionable. If they didn't make the relationship obvious, no one would know. It's ultimately their choice.
    Best answer: There's nothing illegal about it in any country I know of. That makes it allowed. Whether it will be accepted by most people in the society in which they live is questionable. If they didn't make the relationship obvious, no one would know. It's ultimately their choice.
    3 answers · Singles & Dating · 1 year ago
  • Did Hitler trust the SS ? Did he ever worry if they betray him and get rid of him?

    Best answer: Hitler governed successfully by "divided & conquer." He readily let his primary henchmen create their own fiefdoms over which they had near-total authority. Himmler's Waffen-SS amassed 38 numbered divisions, but not all existed at once. Some never really achieved size larger than a brigade/regiment. However, the... show more
    Best answer: Hitler governed successfully by "divided & conquer." He readily let his primary henchmen create their own fiefdoms over which they had near-total authority. Himmler's Waffen-SS amassed 38 numbered divisions, but not all existed at once. Some never really achieved size larger than a brigade/regiment. However, the seven armoured & five armoured infantry divisions were among the absolute cream of the Nazi military. These were as much as twice the size of Army division, with 170 mm. (6 +11/16- inch) bore artillery guns while the Army had 150 mm. (5 + 29/32) guns. They were the "Nazi Foreign Legion", with almost 1 M foreign volunteers among their ranks. They were the Nazi "trouble boys", spearheading most attacks/counter-attacks, & sent as the "fire brigade" to rescue encircled troops, hold vital areas or seal enemy breakthroughs. The Luftwaffe was Goering's domain. He also created army-type units that equalled 38 divisions. Most of these were smaller & less-well equipped than regular Army divisions. There were 22 Luftwaffe "Field Divisions". These were created from Luftwaffe ground support , anti-aircraft & other "excess" personnel. Army Field Marshal Von Manstein argued they'd have been far more effective if used as replacement troops for depleted Army units, but Goering wouldn't hear of it. He also had 13 "Fallschirmjaeger" (lit. parachute hunter or light infantry) divisions. Some of these were never fully-formed & never saw action. All were smaller & less-well armed that Army infantry divisions. Most never had any parachute training. However, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, & 5th, especially, were probably the best infantry troops the Nazis had. Goering also created an elite armoured division that grew into a corps of two divisions. It, like its Waffen-SS counterparts, was lavishly outfitted. It made the final Nazi counterattack at Bautzen in April 1945. Because Hitler's minions were kept occupied with these & other projects, not even at the very end did they entertain overthrowing him.
    6 answers · History · 5 months ago
  • If you had a band, and both of these musicians auditioned to be in your band, VOCALLY, would you choose Lennon or McCartney?

    Best answer: I found McCartney had a greater range in his voice, & could really rip on songs needing a high-end vocal. So, overall, I'd choose him. But it would be a close competition. God, they sure kicked it together, didn't they? Some of the truly great duets in rock 'n' roll.
    Best answer: I found McCartney had a greater range in his voice, & could really rip on songs needing a high-end vocal. So, overall, I'd choose him. But it would be a close competition. God, they sure kicked it together, didn't they? Some of the truly great duets in rock 'n' roll.
    14 answers · Rock and Pop · 5 months ago
  • Which of the Beatles sang "Lady Madonna" ...was it John or Ringo?

    Best answer: It was a McCartney song, with lyrics mostly by him. He sang it in a way to imitate "Fats" Domino, as the song was in that style. It loosely emulates Domino's 1956 hit "Blue Monday", which notes the feelings of a working man across a week. In "Lady", a working, probably single mother's trials are... show more
    Best answer: It was a McCartney song, with lyrics mostly by him. He sang it in a way to imitate "Fats" Domino, as the song was in that style. It loosely emulates Domino's 1956 hit "Blue Monday", which notes the feelings of a working man across a week. In "Lady", a working, probably single mother's trials are described. If you see the video for the song, they were recording "Hey, Bulldog" while it was filmed. It was the last record The Beatles released on Parlophone (U.K.) & Capitol (N. America). All subsequent releases were on their own Apple label.
    8 answers · Rock and Pop · 6 months ago
  • What will I learn by traveling the world?

    Best answer: That it's a very beautiful & amazing place populated by many magnificent people & animals &, unfortunately, some true slime. You'll shed any of the "conservative" notions you may have been inculcated with & want to do what you can to help our world be an even more fantastic place to live in. show more
    Best answer: That it's a very beautiful & amazing place populated by many magnificent people & animals &, unfortunately, some true slime. You'll shed any of the "conservative" notions you may have been inculcated with & want to do what you can to help our world be an even more fantastic place to live in.
    5 answers · Polls & Surveys · 12 months ago
  • Trump's tariffs will cost the average family $80 per year while the tax cut gave them $60. Are we better off now?

    Best answer: Don't be hopeful about a change of heart among the CONvinced. I knew Germans who were ardent Nazis to their dying breath even 55-60 years after WWII, & Stalin is still referred to as "Dear Father" in Russia, 65 years after his death.
    Best answer: Don't be hopeful about a change of heart among the CONvinced. I knew Germans who were ardent Nazis to their dying breath even 55-60 years after WWII, & Stalin is still referred to as "Dear Father" in Russia, 65 years after his death.
    1 answer · Politics · 6 months ago
  • Is Bismarck viewed in Germany the same way Thatcher is viewed in Britain?

    Best answer: I don't know. How do you think Bismarck is allegedly viewed in Germany? How Thatcher in the U.K.? You'd have to know how most people in both countries think about those people. I know most Germans regard Bismarck as one of their truly great. The impression I get about Thatcher is very much less charitable. show more
    Best answer: I don't know. How do you think Bismarck is allegedly viewed in Germany? How Thatcher in the U.K.? You'd have to know how most people in both countries think about those people. I know most Germans regard Bismarck as one of their truly great. The impression I get about Thatcher is very much less charitable.
    6 answers · History · 7 months ago
  • Is it trye as,a consliracy theory, or reality that Hitler wanted to ship all the Jews to Israel after the war, and Himmler was the traitor?

    Best answer: Hitler didn't much care what happened to the Jews or other "untermenschen", just so long as they weren't in the his Grossdeutschland. As early is the mid-20's, he opined about sending them all to Madagascar, then a French possession, or to Palestine if the U.K. would act on its 1917 Balfour Declaration. By 1942,... show more
    Best answer: Hitler didn't much care what happened to the Jews or other "untermenschen", just so long as they weren't in the his Grossdeutschland. As early is the mid-20's, he opined about sending them all to Madagascar, then a French possession, or to Palestine if the U.K. would act on its 1917 Balfour Declaration. By 1942, when it looked as though the war was going to be a long haul, he passed the issue off to Himmler et al & took no interest in what they did. By then, he was too busy with the war. It turned out that Himmler, Heydrich, Eichmann etc. were even more fanatic than he was.
    11 answers · History · 7 months ago
  • Girls, make me your slave! ( if interested plz comment)?

    Best answer: I doubt that any girl would be interested in this. Try asking WOMEN.
    Best answer: I doubt that any girl would be interested in this. Try asking WOMEN.
    2 answers · Singles & Dating · 8 months ago
  • Royal family are a business, is it time for boardroom reshuffle to promote prince Harrys fiance Meghan Markle as Queen to increase profits?

    Best answer: The sooner the U.K. gets intelligent & abolishes its monarchy, perhaps then Canada will wise up & toss it too. As it is, we need the unanimous consent of our Parliament & every legislature to do so. Of course, that will never happen, courtesy of the Orangemen who populate central Ontario & that province on the west... show more
    Best answer: The sooner the U.K. gets intelligent & abolishes its monarchy, perhaps then Canada will wise up & toss it too. As it is, we need the unanimous consent of our Parliament & every legislature to do so. Of course, that will never happen, courtesy of the Orangemen who populate central Ontario & that province on the west coast called BRITISH Columbia.
    10 answers · Royalty · 9 months ago
  • Which guitarist do you prefer: Brian May or Eddie Van Halen?

    Best answer: May is far more creative (not to mention that he build his own guitar). I always found Van Halen to be just a flash in the pan - grossly overrated. Neither could hold a candle to Beck or Hendrix.
    Best answer: May is far more creative (not to mention that he build his own guitar). I always found Van Halen to be just a flash in the pan - grossly overrated. Neither could hold a candle to Beck or Hendrix.
    11 answers · Rock and Pop · 8 months ago
  • Why is it ok to draft 18 and 19 year olds to war, but not 16 or 17 year olds?

    Best answer: The modern excuse is that 18 is the age of majority. However, it was only around 1972 that the voting age was lowered to that from 21. In 1938, my father enlisted in the U.S. Army at age 17. He had to get a letter of permission from his mother (my paternal grandmother.) Then, when his service was complete, the U.S. still... show more
    Best answer: The modern excuse is that 18 is the age of majority. However, it was only around 1972 that the voting age was lowered to that from 21. In 1938, my father enlisted in the U.S. Army at age 17. He had to get a letter of permission from his mother (my paternal grandmother.) Then, when his service was complete, the U.S. still hadn't involved in WWII, so he came to Canada & joined the Canadian Army on 17 July 1941. He was 22 years old in 1943, & had been with the Canadian Army for two years when, while with the Army in the U.K., two U.S. Army M.P.'s came to the base he was at, wanting to arrest him as a "draft dodger." By the time that was sorted out, he was with 1 Canadian Corps in Italy. My Uncle Bill (mother's youngest brother) went the other way. After the Pearl Harbour attack in Dec. 41, when still 14, he hid on a freight train that went through the tunnel under the Detroit R. & entered the U.S. He enlisted in the Marines. At age 15, he was with them at Guadalcanal. He was injured by shrapnel in a Japanese mortar attack. Only then did they learn his true age. He was sent back to the U.S. & spent the rest of the war as a "sentry" at a recruitment office.
    24 answers · History · 9 months ago
  • My cat whiskers are turning white. What does it mean?

    Best answer: It's just aging. We had a cat was all black - even his skin. As he aged, he got a few flecks of white in his fur & some of his whiskers turned white.
    Best answer: It's just aging. We had a cat was all black - even his skin. As he aged, he got a few flecks of white in his fur & some of his whiskers turned white.
    3 answers · Cats · 2 years ago
  • Blue Oyster Cult vs Alice Cooper ?

    Best answer: An assault of the 'Cult is always a great time. I've seen them about 7 times, & they always blow the room & all its occupants away. Alice was good for a few singles.
    Best answer: An assault of the 'Cult is always a great time. I've seen them about 7 times, & they always blow the room & all its occupants away. Alice was good for a few singles.
    21 answers · Rock and Pop · 10 months ago
  • When Prisoners sleep do they sleep without or without socks? Or they can do both?

    Best answer: As a former corrections officer, I can tell you that it's entirely theri choice.
    Best answer: As a former corrections officer, I can tell you that it's entirely theri choice.
    6 answers · Polls & Surveys · 12 months ago
  • When Charles is King, will he reclaim France, Ireland and India for their rightful owners, the British Empire?

    Best answer: France was NEVER part of the British Empire. Both it & India are nuclear powers, so trying to tell them what to do may end in a mushroom cloud over London.
    Best answer: France was NEVER part of the British Empire. Both it & India are nuclear powers, so trying to tell them what to do may end in a mushroom cloud over London.
    17 answers · Royalty · 1 year ago