Last Thursday I rear ended someone in Boston. My car is mostly fine, but there was some damage to the bumper (mostly scratches) and a small imprint of my license plate in the bumper as well. We exchanged insurance information, but I am not sure if they are going to file the accident. How long does it usually take for your insurance company to call you? Am I in the clear after a week?4 AnswersInsurance & Registration1 decade ago
How far ahead of time would I have to order UFC 100 on DirecTV by phone to be able to watch the whole thing? Could I order it tomorrow?4 AnswersTiVO & DVRs1 decade ago
This is my thesis, is it a run on?
In the Merchant of Venice, a Jewish moneylender, Shylock, displays humanity and vulnerability as well as hypocrisy and cruelty at different stages of the play; his pleas for mercy are overshadowed by his unwillingness to give it, disallowing the audience to sympathize with him.7 AnswersWords & Wordplay1 decade ago
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I have taken up wrestling and through slamming my knees on the mat hundreds of times, the skin has scraped and scraped and now it bleeds when I hit the mat. What can I do about this? Will the skin build up and become stronger, or do I have to get better knee pads?4 AnswersOther - General Health Care1 decade ago
Realistically, in any takedown, the guy being taken down can at any point just grab onto your neck. I've had this happen to me often. I take my opponent down, just to have them squeeze my neck as hard as they possibly can. It doesn't hurt, but I can't get out and it keeps me from ground & pounding them. This doesn't happen often in professional bouts, and I was wondering why. It seems like a very easy way to defend in takedowns.11 AnswersMartial Arts1 decade ago