Disney retire movies for a period of 7 years and then re-release them for a time.
Can anyone tell me where I can find a list of those due to be released from the vault?
And those due to head into the vault?
Thanks in advance.3 AnswersComics & Animation1 decade ago
I am selling my record collection online and want to make sure I ask for a fair price... Is there anyway I can work out what they are worth. I think some are pretty good so want to make sure I do okay for myself without pricing myself out of the market.
Thanks for your help in advance!
May11 AnswersOther - Music1 decade ago
I started one recently and it's going pretty well but I would love some feed back from people who have more experience. Does my shop look ok? Any suggestions and tips?
Most of all has it worked for you and what have your experiences (positive and negative) been?
Thanks in advance...
May7 AnswersSmall Business1 decade ago
Is it normal to want to give up trying to do something when you only get criticism for you actions? If you constantly take feedback on something and try to better yourself but still only hear negatives (never balanced with positives) and are consistently penalised for not doing something correctly is it a natural reaction to just want to quit all together?
Surely if you feel that despite your best efforts you can never get something right in fact there is not even improvement and the feedback gets worse with time it is only a matter of time before you say "sod this for a laugh" and put your efforts into something you can do that has some positives for you?20 AnswersPsychology1 decade ago
When I was 19 I left home for the first time. I was going to study in America and I remember my father taking me to one side at the airport shortly before I went through to departures.
He said he had a useful gift for me, a tip to stand me in good stead and a word of advice I should consider.
The gift? Some compactable, handbag safe, nail scissors. I still have them and they really are quite useful.
The tip? Always warm the pot before making tea. He was right... it makes a difference!
The advice? If you see someone on a street corner moving as if dancing to new age music yet there is no music present. Someone who looks like they are dodging imaginary raindrops for no apparent reason. Someone who looks like they are morphing back from a dream sequence in that wavy way they did that special effect in old movies... Well, just remember, it could be God. After all he does move in mysterious ways.
Ok my dad had a sense of humour but....18 AnswersEtiquette1 decade ago
I spent pretty much the whole festive season on my own. I feel very alone anyway but it is somehow more opinion at that time of year. I have no family and have been told by someone that I should just expect to be alone in my situation. My friends seem to stand me up frequently and I just feel like an unnecessary add on in most peoples lives. The constant after thought. Never a plan always the last minute arrangement and fit in. I don't matter or make a difference to people and nothing ever changes.
This routine is doing my head in and if this is what to expect for the next 30 odd years then really what is the point? I know it seems very negative and maybe I really should just accept my situation but just because something 'is' doesn’t mean I have to like it but I don't know how to change it. Please, any suggestions of what I can or should do are welcome. I just want a slice of happiness.34 AnswersOther - Family & Relationships1 decade ago
She died just over 5 years ago and I want to do something nice to remember her. I always go to a church and light a candle for her and others I have lost but what is something else I can do to make the day feel special since I can no longer make her feel special?
Whatever it is it needs to be something I can do on my own as there is no one I can do this with. I usually have someone I can do a toast with or something but that isn't possible this year.
Thanks for your help... I am just feeling a extra emotional this year and can't seem to come up with anything I think is suitable.3 AnswersOther - Family & Relationships1 decade ago
Ok so I was out this evening with a few friends and this guy I have known for nearly a decade asked me out. It was quite out of the blue. I very recently ended a 'thing' with someone and I suppose I have always been involved with someone in some way which might be why he kept his distance in a romantic way. We are quite good friends and I would hate to ruin that but I now feel that whatever I say, the friendship will never be the same. He is a nice guy and I feel I should say yes (been with enough selfish idiots for a decent guy to be a refreshing change) but I have honestly never thought of him in that way.
I really don't know what to do! Help?5 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
Sorry I am really rubbish at these things. I think he is but need some additional input. It's a guy at work and I think he is cute but before I make it clear the feeling is mutual I want to make sure I am not barking up the wrong tree and thus save myself some embarrassment.
It started with really basic things like lots of smiling and him making the effort to say "Hi" and "Bye" every day... Then he twisted my arm into coming to our xmas party.
Then I did a work related favour for him and he made a big deal out of it... saying "I really owe you one... what's your favourite tipple... I'll buy you a drink" , etc.
Now he is going on about making sure there is Jack Daniels (the favourite tipple in question) at the office xmas do and how he is really looking forward to it.
He has taken to calling me "Babe" or "Darling" and moved to a desk closer to mine.
Recently he has started with touching me while talking. Today he walked past me and held my arm as he walked past.15 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
To be a friend?
To be a lover?
To be a girlfriend?
To be a wife?20 AnswersSingles & Dating1 decade ago
I have been seeing someone for three years (this week) and other than a possible friendship there is nothing else there. I enjoy their company on the very rare occasions I have it but I feel everything is pretty much one sided. He isn't a bad person but I just don't know if he is worth the effort I put in anymore. It's always me making time, making myself available to his time table, making things nice when we do get together and making any suggestions and initiating everything. I would be sad to give up on his friendship but is that just something I have to live with. Should I call it a day?35 AnswersOther - Family & Relationships1 decade ago
Please explain why you pick the answer you do.
Thanks!40 AnswersOther - Games & Recreation1 decade ago
Would love to hear your thoughts and comments on it if you are. If not switch over! It isnt about the musical!!!11 AnswersTelevision1 decade ago
If you have the latest Heat handy (7 - 13 October) flip to page 26. I am Christina from Camden Town.
Oh and I am not asking what you think of the fact that it got printed. I am asking what you think of the content.8 AnswersOther - Entertainment1 decade ago
My friends boyfriend has been visiting her. She lives in the USA and he lives in the UK at the moment. It's his last day and she wants to cook him a lovely meal. He doesn't like seafood and she can go shopping for anything required as long as it is available in a standard supermarket.
What would you suggest to make it special?29 AnswersEntertaining1 decade ago
... when you answer a question that you are knowledgeable about or maybe just make the effort to find the information and give an accurate answer... Only to find that the person asking the question isn't really interested in facts or the truth but just wants someone to validate the misconception that they started out with???
Like if I ask:
How do you spell Febuary (second month of the year)?
I get 50 answers correcting me and one that says the same as me so I pick that one as the best answer because they are equally thick...You learn nothing and what was the point of asking in the first place... Arghh don't get it!24 AnswersYahoo Answers1 decade ago