• Do you agree that Obama was a great disappointment?

    Best answer: No. He was incompetent. He's now seeing how easily he could have been a very powerful president. He has to wake up everyday and see Trump fight more battles than Obama ever did and while doing so putting more people to work, generating more economic growth, creating record high tax receipts, and... show more
    Best answer: No. He was incompetent. He's now seeing how easily he could have been a very powerful president. He has to wake up everyday and see Trump fight more battles than Obama ever did and while doing so putting more people to work, generating more economic growth, creating record high tax receipts, and unprecedented economic growth as far as the eyes can see.

    I think Obama is very regretful that he spent 8 years using executive orders while doing everything to crush the American economy.
    94 answers · History · 3 days ago
  • Will things change in the future?

    156 answers · Philosophy · 4 days ago
  • Which plot choices and ending are the best?

    I'm writing a sad dramatic story set in the war period about a young guy who had an unlucky life and was tortured in prison. When he gets out he is a completely different person (detached, aloof and emotionless, he tries to forget what happened but the nightmares haunt him all the time). He flees and wants to... show more
    I'm writing a sad dramatic story set in the war period about a young guy who had an unlucky life and was tortured in prison. When he gets out he is a completely different person (detached, aloof and emotionless, he tries to forget what happened but the nightmares haunt him all the time). He flees and wants to go to Canada, but before that he goes to England to find out about his missing dad (who died years ago but he never actually knew he just imagined it). There he meets an Irish girl who falls for him, she's extremely clever and sensitive and feels like he's the one that understands her, because she's having a hard time at school (her classmates hate her because she's poor, she works too and she is more gifted than all the middle class and high society classmates she has there). She's outcast and lonely, even her family doesn't encourage her (her cousins are too focused on getting an english husband to keep her company or befriend her). He hides her lots of things and secrets and tries to push her away, because he feels like she deserves something better. Then she begs him to take her away and he helps her fleeing to canada but when they disembark the police finds him and forces him to go to first world war. She is pregnant with his child in a foreign country and cries all the time thinking something could happen to him. In the meantime he's having a hard time in war again, and he thinks of her all the time. I dont know how to make it end.
    8 answers · Books & Authors · 2 days ago
  • Did Trump beat Hillary?

    20 answers · History · 18 hours ago
  • What do you make of Leon Trotsky?

    17 answers · History · 16 hours ago
  • Why hasn't Harvard and other elite universities apologized for their racist past?

    anyone know why?
    anyone know why?
    15 answers · History · 13 hours ago
  • My husband wants to name our son Brayden, but I had my heart set on Jasper. What would be a good compromise/hybrid name?

    Best answer: My brain says Jayden but my heart says Brasperden
    Best answer: My brain says Jayden but my heart says Brasperden
    12 answers · Poetry · 13 hours ago
  • Why is life so ridiculously hard?

    Best answer: it is all uphill. while many people have succeeded in life, many more have succeeded in those things which are meaningful to them. i subscribe that "nothing is free in life", everything we do must be earned, and we frame our creation with those ideals we hold. if we build a house, then we need a frame,... show more
    Best answer: it is all uphill.
    while many people have succeeded in life, many more have succeeded in those things which are meaningful to them.
    i subscribe that "nothing is free in life", everything we do must be earned, and we frame our creation with those ideals we hold.
    if we build a house, then we need a frame, then we need a substance to fill it with for walls and roofs and foundation.
    the current belief that nature is a house that is eco-friendly, our own creations are somewhat conforming to our current human-ethos, and aided tremendously, by science.
    science makes our life easier, we do not have to make it harder.
    18 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Why do people believe in the simulation hypothesis?

    I just want your opinion on this why do you think people believe in this and make all of those videos online. Another thing I want your opinion on is how come all of these photos and videos started popping up at the start of last year like why now why would they come up at this time? One last thing a strange event... show more
    I just want your opinion on this why do you think people believe in this and make all of those videos online. Another thing I want your opinion on is how come all of these photos and videos started popping up at the start of last year like why now why would they come up at this time? One last thing a strange event happened on may 1 were regular people went on reddit and sayid that they were looking at stars then later they were gone then they came back and also the moon looked blurry then popped right back to normal on that night too. Regular people sayid this several times and this happened like right after all of these videos and pictures started to pop up so what would you make of that do you really think that’s just a coincidence or what?
    12 answers · Philosophy · 15 hours ago
  • What is the most beautifully written book you’ve ever read?

    Beautiful, not as in story, but as in the way the author structures and writes his sentences. For me it would have to be Lord of the Rings. What about you?
    Beautiful, not as in story, but as in the way the author structures and writes his sentences. For me it would have to be Lord of the Rings. What about you?
    63 answers · Books & Authors · 5 days ago
  • Why didn't the NAZI's crush Britain during WW2?

    Best answer: That wasn't the deal
    Best answer: That wasn't the deal
    24 answers · History · 3 days ago
  • What to buy a history lover/student?

    My friend is a history major and I want to get her something related to that. But im not sure what. I have gotten her a comedic biography of a famous dictator before, i have looked at historical fiction books but since I've never read any i don't know which would be good. Any ideas
    My friend is a history major and I want to get her something related to that. But im not sure what. I have gotten her a comedic biography of a famous dictator before, i have looked at historical fiction books but since I've never read any i don't know which would be good. Any ideas
    15 answers · Books & Authors · 3 days ago
  • Which country invented the airplane?

    Best answer: Otto Lilienthal of Germany developed heavier-than-air flight between 1867 and 1896. The first fully controllable, stable flight for a substantial period was accomplished by the Wright Brothers in 1905.
    Best answer: Otto Lilienthal of Germany developed heavier-than-air flight between 1867 and 1896. The first fully controllable, stable flight for a substantial period was accomplished by the Wright Brothers in 1905.
    13 answers · History · 23 hours ago
  • Why do people like modern art?

    Why do people like modern art?

    Best answer: I have never got it myself, though I would admit there is the odd picture I do appreciate 95% to me is crap. Impressionism, now you are talking. I was in paris at the beginning of June, if you are ever there you must visit the Musee d Orsay and the Orangerie( has Monet's largest canvasses) 2 of the most... show more
    Best answer: I have never got it myself, though I would admit there is the odd picture I do appreciate 95% to me is crap. Impressionism, now you are talking. I was in paris at the beginning of June, if you are ever there you must visit the Musee d Orsay and the Orangerie( has Monet's largest canvasses) 2 of the most amazing places I have been and been stunned by some of the artwork.
    9 answers · Painting · 2 days ago