• What do you think would happen to the story if Little Red Riding Hood was a boy?

    Best answer: Boys are more aggressive, and less likely to be in precarious situations. The whole point of the story was that a vulnerable person was put in a surprising dangerous situation. So now the character is less vulnerable, so there's less dramatic effect. Now you would have to explain why the boy was overpowered by... show more
    Best answer: Boys are more aggressive, and less likely to be in precarious situations. The whole point of the story was that a vulnerable person was put in a surprising dangerous situation. So now the character is less vulnerable, so there's less dramatic effect. Now you would have to explain why the boy was overpowered by the wolf. I think it overall lessens the story. The outcome would be less believable if the boy was eaten, and predictable if the boy wins against the wolf. You'd have to have a very young boy for it to work at all, I think. What's the point of this? Is it some sort of assignment? Or are you just curious?
    6 answers · 23 hours ago
  • Is every person an individual?

    Best answer: Yes, every person is.
    Best answer: Yes, every person is.
    22 answers · 4 days ago
  • Whites are only good at stealing ideas?

    12 answers · 2 days ago
  • Does it shock you that there are Westerners still adhering to religion?

    How utterly embarrassing and debasing. God(s) is/are not real. If he/they were, he/they would have presented himself/themselves to the world by now. Religion is all fake superstitious nonsense invented by very primitive people to control other people for their own ends. Religion has been a very stagnating and... show more
    How utterly embarrassing and debasing. God(s) is/are not real. If he/they were, he/they would have presented himself/themselves to the world by now. Religion is all fake superstitious nonsense invented by very primitive people to control other people for their own ends. Religion has been a very stagnating and unnecessarily divisive force throughout history and continues to be one today. There exists not a single creationist argument that has not been debunked. Religion has been a motivating factor for a grossly massive number of pointless atrocities, societal conflicts and wars that have claimed the lives of many people throughout the centuries, racially eligible and not. ​ Many religions also promote notions like universal togetherness (leads to racial and ethnic heterogeneity) and unreasonable expectations of forgiveness, so it is detrimental from the perspective of survival. A potentially dangerous element. Are you seriously telling me that all of those people in the Medieval era and before were correct?! There are loads of denominations and sects of religion (numbering in the thousands). Which one is the correct one?!
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why do we exist?

    7 answers · 2 hours ago
  • Are good and evil people physically the same?

    Best answer: Physically yes, mentally no.
    Best answer: Physically yes, mentally no.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do people still always say the age-old cliche 'Be Yourself'?

    The fact of the matter is telling someone to be there self is actually bad advice. You don't need to copy others, but simply learn from them and become someone else. Yeah I said it, you wanna become someone else! You really need to ask yourself, what do these quaint common sayings even mean nowadays? Every time... show more
    The fact of the matter is telling someone to be there self is actually bad advice. You don't need to copy others, but simply learn from them and become someone else. Yeah I said it, you wanna become someone else! You really need to ask yourself, what do these quaint common sayings even mean nowadays? Every time I hear these age-old cliches that the masses agree with, I really start to question the validity of them. Sure, they sound nice and sugary. But is that saying really true? Do you really wanna be yourself? I'm a pretty well-off guy with a pretty successful business, and if I was to honestly reassess my life, if I went about things with the advice of 'being myself', I'd be lazy and broke. I think we're all meant to be a lot more than what we're pretending to be right now. So look, you gotta become someone else before you discover who you really are. The real you: I don't think you really know that person yet. I promise you this is true. He/she's been over educated or under educated. You didn't get the right information to actually become who you really are because the school systems don't teach you how to find and discover the real you. Think about it, how many times have you heard "Just be yourself"? Has it really helped you? I'd love to hear your comments.
    7 answers · 59 mins ago
  • Is it morally acceptable to try to prop up a self serving lie?

    Best answer: No. It's much more important to be yourself ,good or not so good. Integrity and honesty says a lot about a person.
    Best answer: No. It's much more important to be yourself ,good or not so good. Integrity and honesty says a lot about a person.
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Did You All Know That All Existence And All Nonexistence Are Supposed To Do My Will,Help Me,And Benefit Me?

    I'm Edmond Jewell Dabbs
    I'm Edmond Jewell Dabbs
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • Ethical relativism correct ?

    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Are entering another Dark Age?

    Best answer: Maybe, but you really need to look up the definition of "Dark Agents."
    Best answer: Maybe, but you really need to look up the definition of "Dark Agents."
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Culture Rot Alert: Another Mass School Shooting in White Minority Texas! When is America going to abandon the leftist Religion of Progress?

    Best answer: I think Paul Joseph Watson is right. The mainstream media really needs to stop publicising these mass murdering scumbags and giving them the attention and notoriety they so obviously crave. The media should have a blackout on the personal information of the perpetrator and instead focus on the victims who have... show more
    Best answer: I think Paul Joseph Watson is right. The mainstream media really needs to stop publicising these mass murdering scumbags and giving them the attention and notoriety they so obviously crave.

    The media should have a blackout on the personal information of the perpetrator and instead focus on the victims who have been slaughtered. These scum carry out shootings so they can become infamous. They know their faces and names will be plastered all over the media and so will their kill tally, they know there will be documentaries made and books written about them.

    It won't prevent details of the perpetrator getting out and being known on the internet, but it will heavily limit their exposure. I'm for freedom of expression and freedom of the press, but I really wonder if this kind of thing should be the exception to the rule, just like military and police operations are. Saving children's lives is a lot more important than placating the morbid curiosity of the public.

    As for gun control, the genie is out of the bottle in America.
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • "I think everyone needs a mentor. I don't think any of us know the answers without a little bit of wisdom. if you aren't willing to be?

    ..humble enough to seek wisdom from other people, I think you're missing a lot of really incredible opportunities to build a certain amount of depth and value in your life that you wouldn't have if you didn't have somebody to help guide you". (former actress Allison Mack,... show more
    ..humble enough to seek wisdom from other people, I think you're missing a lot of really incredible opportunities to build a certain amount of depth and value in your life that you wouldn't have if you didn't have somebody to help guide you". (former actress Allison Mack, "smallville") True, or not? philosophically true ?
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • What if we all live for no reason?

    I personally believe their is like real more once we die. Like Fr y’all, y’all know I’m sayin? I believe that energy can never be destroyed and we part of the universe, so we will forever be here once our bodies “die” right? What if we are so small and everything is made to happen and then to die. I’m only 20 and... show more
    I personally believe their is like real more once we die. Like Fr y’all, y’all know I’m sayin? I believe that energy can never be destroyed and we part of the universe, so we will forever be here once our bodies “die” right? What if we are so small and everything is made to happen and then to die. I’m only 20 and I’m not afraid of death. I’m kinda depressed sometimes hard, and I fear that if I ever did take my life only my mom would care in general. Do you think that there is more? I respect everybody’s religion but I’m not religious, I want peoples opinions that are scientific and theory’s. Is this a first life? I know we are not alone in the universe fax, and we are being visited by off world extraterrestrials. 👽 That’s my belief and there are secrets people know if they are “awake.” What if we are an experiment for them? What if we live to be reincarnated again? Shlt crazy. Like word
    23 answers · 1 week ago