• What is something the Spanish royal family does different from the British royal family?

    Best answer: They follow different religions which brings with different customs. The British are Anglican/Church of England, the Spanish are Roman Catholic. Succession to the throne is now different. In Spain male-preference primogeniture means sons are ahead of daughters in the succession; Britain it is now absolute... show more
    Best answer: They follow different religions which brings with different customs. The British are Anglican/Church of England, the Spanish are Roman Catholic.
    Succession to the throne is now different. In Spain male-preference primogeniture means sons are ahead of daughters in the succession; Britain it is now absolute primogeniture by age rather than gender which is in line with most of the other European monarchies.
    In the UK if the Queen does not approve the potential spouse of someone in the succession they lose their place. In Spain, both the parliament and the king would both have to disapprove a match for that to happen.
    10 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why would anyone donate to charity $19 a month?

    Best answer: Exactly.
    Best answer: Exactly.
    5 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why do servers waste their time getting angry at people who don't tip?

    What if they're broke, lonely and need to get out of the house, that way you become like a soup kitchen volenteer, you volunteer your time helping someone who's broke lonely and needs to get out of the house, don't get angry, feel good about yourself
    What if they're broke, lonely and need to get out of the house, that way you become like a soup kitchen volenteer, you volunteer your time helping someone who's broke lonely and needs to get out of the house, don't get angry, feel good about yourself
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What to do if you hate working but, love volunteering?

    Best answer: I don't get the dirty sell out part but I understand not liking to work. For me it wasn't the working that bothered me but the politics of the workplace. I became self employed and it became easy to work 12 hour days because it was on my terms.
    Best answer: I don't get the dirty sell out part but I understand not liking to work. For me it wasn't the working that bothered me but the politics of the workplace. I became self employed and it became easy to work 12 hour days because it was on my terms.
    6 answers · 1 week ago
  • Christians how do you pray?

    As an atheist, I would find it uncomfortable just hand-mumbling to myself.
    As an atheist, I would find it uncomfortable just hand-mumbling to myself.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Homeless man says END of WORLD!?

    I was on my way to the bus stop and I saw this homeless man (at least i think hes homeless) in the bushes. He was just yelling to people passing by that the world is ending in a week. I told him "Dude that gag is so old". He just kept repeating the world is ending in a week. So I bought him a pizza from... show more
    I was on my way to the bus stop and I saw this homeless man (at least i think hes homeless) in the bushes. He was just yelling to people passing by that the world is ending in a week. I told him "Dude that gag is so old". He just kept repeating the world is ending in a week. So I bought him a pizza from Speedway. My question is, should i tell the cops or just go beat the crap out of him for wasting my time?
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can I please have at least $3,000?

    I know there is a lot of millionaire and billionaires out there these days. And I m trying so hard..& nothings working. Went to school I graduated and I m working so hard. I can t move. I feel stuck. Maybe it this small town but I have three daughters minimum wage. I can t aford to move out of this town. And... show more
    I know there is a lot of millionaire and billionaires out there these days. And I m trying so hard..& nothings working. Went to school I graduated and I m working so hard. I can t move. I feel stuck. Maybe it this small town but I have three daughters minimum wage. I can t aford to move out of this town. And really what I need money for is. A bed for my 2 year old so she don t have to sleep by me forever. We have no dressers. I can hardly afford my vehicle payments which is $380 mo (and it s only a 2005) I can stop paying that so I can get the things my family needs. they will take it away and won t have a way to get to work but..Bottom line I m stuggling really bad to make ends meet and it s not working. What s most important.... Is the fact that I m trying.. So hard. Ps.I know I m not the only one stuggling. And I don t mind if people criticize me for this. There is no harm in asking. What s the worst that can happen. Everyone says. And nothing has changed. Its okay.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why I STOPPED helping people.?

    I have helped people quite a lot. I always go out of my way to feel pity for people and help them by all means. Whenever I complete the task of helping them, what I get in return is rudeness, and most importantly the sense of them feeling annoyed with me once I finish helping them. I helped someone look for an... show more
    I have helped people quite a lot. I always go out of my way to feel pity for people and help them by all means. Whenever I complete the task of helping them, what I get in return is rudeness, and most importantly the sense of them feeling annoyed with me once I finish helping them. I helped someone look for an apartment, they called me every single day to look for an apartment for them and I finally did. When I found the place and told the person where it is and that we should go and view the apartment together, they said okay. When the day came to go view the apartments they ditched me and went by themselves. I felt like it was so unfair because I called so many apartments and look through so many places. Now that they have gotten the apartment, I have tried to call them to ask them if they could help me with something and they have been ignoring my calls. I never once did anything rude to them or even asked them for anything in return. This isn't the only incident with me trying to help people and receiving rudeness in return. Is my question have any of you guys helped someone and then received a sort of coldness from them? I feel like I always receive this kind of attitude after I finish helping people out and I don't understand why. I marked it on the wall that on this day going never am I going to help someone. EVEN if it makes me look SELFISH.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What’s your opinion of Prince Harry’s bride?

    Best answer: She's confident, self-assured, intelligent and more importantly, Harry loves her. I'm very happy for them.
    Best answer: She's confident, self-assured, intelligent and more importantly, Harry loves her. I'm very happy for them.
    16 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Where in scripture does it say being transgender and intersex are sins?

    Best answer: So because you've perceived this person as an evil liar, you're trying to use the fact that she's trans to get her kicked out? Just when I think christians can't get any lower, you reach a whole other level of scum. You don't have the first f*cking clue about what these people go through.... show more
    Best answer: So because you've perceived this person as an evil liar, you're trying to use the fact that she's trans to get her kicked out? Just when I think christians can't get any lower, you reach a whole other level of scum.

    You don't have the first f*cking clue about what these people go through. Daily. You have no idea how hard it is for someone like that, or anyone who isn't straight and 'normal', really, to even show up to your churches.

    I was always told that christians should love their neighbors, be kind, and turn the other cheek. One of the biggest reasons for me leaving your pathetic cult was realizing that NONE of you do this. You judge each other, you judge others for things beyond their control, you condemn total strangers to eternal torment, HAPPILY, and then claim to have the moral highground.

    Dealing with you people literally makes me nauseous. It's like, for every somewhat decent thing your cult drives you to do, you find a way to invalidate it with bigoted sh*t like this.

    I honestly cannot wait until your cult dies off. Please, keep treating people looking for your god like this. You're only killing yourselves faster. Good riddance.
    15 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Oh God please help?

    Oh, no... Is really bad.
    Oh, no... Is really bad.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which donation method would help the most animals?

    for example, if I wanted to donate $1,000, should I give it all to 1 animal charity or should I diversify and give it to multiple animal charities?
    for example, if I wanted to donate $1,000, should I give it all to 1 animal charity or should I diversify and give it to multiple animal charities?
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • The amount of food wastage in civilised nations appears to be a problem?

    Best answer: Yes it could, we would have to salt it, sugar it, package it, add preservatives, bag it, and then say "here, is some food that has been almost completely drained of any nutritional value. its what we eat in America. Now you can have high blood pressure and diabetes problems too"
    Best answer: Yes it could, we would have to salt it, sugar it, package it, add preservatives, bag it, and then say "here, is some food that has been almost completely drained of any nutritional value. its what we eat in America. Now you can have high blood pressure and diabetes problems too"
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Where did the Dowager Tsarina of Russia (mother of Tsar Nicholas) live out her life after she was able to escape Russia?

    Best answer: The dowager empress was known as Dagmar as a child--her sister was Queen Consort Great Britain, and both women were Danish-born. Maria Feodorovna did not set up a court, but lived in Denmark and made many visits to her sister, Alexandra, in... show more
    Best answer: The dowager empress was known as Dagmar as a child--her sister was Queen Consort Great Britain, and both women were Danish-born. Maria Feodorovna did not set up a court, but lived in Denmark and made many visits to her sister, Alexandra, in England.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Feodorovna_(Dagmar_of_Denmark)#Revolution_and_exile
    Despite the overthrow of the monarchy in 1917, the former Empress Dowager Maria at first refused to leave Russia. Only in 1919, at the urging of her sister, Queen Dowager Alexandra, did she begrudgingly depart, fleeing Crimea over the Black Sea to London. King George V sent the warship HMS Marlborough to retrieve his aunt. After a brief stay in the British base in Malta, she travelled to England, to stay with her sister, Alexandra. Although Queen Alexandra never treated her sister badly and they spent time together at Marlborough House in London and at Sandringham House in Norfolk, Maria, as a deposed empress dowager, felt that she was now "number two," in contrast to her sister, a popular queen dowager, and she eventually returned to her native Denmark. After living briefly with her nephew, King Christian X, in a wing of the Amalienborg Palace, she chose her holiday villa Hvidøre near Copenhagen as her new permanent home.

    There are many family members living--- Prince Philip offered his DNA to be used to identify all of the murdered Romanovs. The Romanov Family Association is an organization for descendants of the former Russian Imperial House. It was created in 1979 and official registrie in Switzerland. The current head of the organization is Princess Olga Andreevna.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romanov_Family_Association
    he Romanov Family Association (RFA) is an organization of legitimate male-line descendants of Emperor Nicholas I of Russia. While extensive, it by no means includes all of the House of Romanov or all Romanov descendants; Maria Vladimirovna has never joined and neither did her late father Vladimir Cyrillovich. The Association attributes the title of Prince or Princess of Russia to each of its members. Members of the Association now living are:

    Prince Dmitri Pavlovich Romanov-Ilynsky (b. 1954), grandson of Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich
    Princess Catherine Dmitrievna Romanov-Ilynsky (b. 1981), daughter of Prince Dmitri Pavlovich
    Princess Victoria Dmitrievna Romanov-Ilynsky (b. 1984), daughter of Prince Dmitri Pavlovich
    Princess Lela Dmitrievna Romanov-Ilynsky (b. 1986), daughter of Prince Dmitri Pavlovich
    Prince Michael Pavlovich Romanov-Ilynsky (b. 1960), grandson of Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich
    Princess Paula Pavlovna Romanov-Ilynsky (b. 1956), granddaughter of Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich
    Princess Anna Pavlovna Romanov-Ilynsky (b. 1959), granddaughter of Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich

    Princess Natalia Nikolaevna (b. 1952), granddaughter of Prince Roman Petrovich
    Princess Elizabeth Nikolaevna (b. 1956), granddaughter of Prince Roman Petrovich
    Princess Tatiana Nikolaevna (b. 1961), granddaughter of Prince Roman Petrovich

    Prince Andrew Andreevich (b. 1923), son of Prince Andrei Alexandrovich
    Prince Alexis Andreevich (b. 1953), grandson of Prince Andrei Alexandrovich
    Prince Peter Andreevich (b. 1961), grandson of Prince Andrei Alexandrovich
    Prince Andrew Andreevich (b. 1963), grandson of Prince Andrei Alexandrovich
    Princess Olga Andreevna (b. 1950), daughter of Prince Andrei Alexandrovich
    Prince Rostislav Rostislavich (b. 1985), grandson of Prince Rostislav Alexandrovich
    Prince Nikita Rostislavich (b. 1987), grandson of Prince Rostislav Alexandrovich
    Princess Stephena Rostislavna (b. 1963), granddaughter of Prince Rostislav Alexandrovich
    Princess Alexandra Rostislavna (b. 1983), granddaughter of Prince Rostislav Alexandrovich
    Princess Marina Vasilievna (b. 1940), daughter of Prince Vasili Alexandrovich

    The RFA also offers Associate Memberships to the children and grandchildren of Princesses and Grand Duchesses, widows and widowers of Princes and Princesses and Grand Dukes and Grand Duchesses, as well as people who have always shown close ties to the Romanovs. At the present there are five living Associate Members:

    Mrs Xenia Sfiris née Countess Sheremeteva (b. 1942), granddaughter of Princess Irina Alexandrovna
    Marquis Ivan Farace di Villaforesta (b. 1943), son of Princess Ekaterina Ioannovna of Russia
    Prince Michael of Greece and Denmark (b. 1939),[5] grandson of Grand Duchess Olga Constantinovna
    Prince Michael of Kent (b. 1942),[6] grandson of Grand Duchess Elena Vladimirovna
    Paul Edward Kulikovsky (b. 1961), great-grandson of Grand Duchess Olga Alexandrovna of Russia
    Princess Julia Romanov (b. 1930), widow of Prince Michael Andreevich of Russia
    Princess Maria Romanov (b. 1931), widow of Prince Alexander Nikitich of Russia

    http://www.romanovfamily.org/

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Line_of_succession_to_the_former_Russian_throne
    Maria Vladimirovna proclaimed herself the new Head of the Imperial House,[3] assuming the position of Head of the House and proclaiming her son George Mikhailovich the heir-apparent. Her son, who was born in 1981, was given the patronymic "Mikhailovich" because from 1976 until her divorce in 1985, Maria was married to His Royal Highness Prince Franz Wilhelm of Prussia, who was granted the title "His Imperial Highness Grand Duke Mikhail Pavlovich of Russia" by Vladimir. Maria styles herself "Her Imperial Highness Grand Duchess Maria Vladimirovna of Russia" as her title of pretension, and her son styles himself "His Imperial Highness Grand Duke Georgi Mikhailovich of Russia" as his title of pretension.

    The line of succession to Prince Andrew Romanov based on descent from Emperor Nicholas I of Russia is:

    Simple silver crown.svg Emperor Nicholas I (1796–1855)
    Simple silver crown.svg Emperor Alexander II (1818–1881)
    Simple silver crown.svg Emperor Alexander III (1845–1894)
    Simple silver crown.svg Emperor Nicholas II (1868–1918)
    Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich of Russia (1847–1909)
    Cyril Vladimirovich, Grand Duke of Russia (1876–1938)
    Grand Duke Vladimir Kirillovich of Russia (1917–1992)
    Maria Vladimirovna, Grand Duchess of Russia (born 1953)
    Grand Duke George Mikhailovich of Russia (b. 1981)
    Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich (1860-1919)
    Grand Duke Dmitri Pavlovich (1891-1942)
    Prince Paul Dmitriievich Romanov-Ilyinsky (1928–2004)
    Prince Dimitri Pavlovich Romanov-Ilyinsky (b. 1954)
    Prince Michael Pavlovich Romanov-Ilyinsky (b. 1959)
    Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich of Russia (1831–1891)
    Grand Duke Peter Nikolaevich of Russia (1864–1931)
    Prince Roman Petrovich of Russia (1896–1978)
    Prince Nicholas Romanovich (1922-2014)
    Prince Dimitri Romanovich (1926-2016)
    Grand Duke Michael Nikolaevich of Russia (1832–1909)
    Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich of Russia (1866–1933)
    Prince Andrei Alexandrovich of Russia (1897–1981)
    Prince Andrew Andreevich (born 1923)
    (1) Prince Alexis Andreevich (b. 1953)
    (2) Prince Peter Andreevich (b. 1961)
    (3) Prince Andrew Andreevich (b. 1963)
    Prince Rostislav Alexandrovich of Russia (1902–1978)
    Prince Rostislav Rostislavovich (1938–1999)
    (4) Prince Rostislav Rostislavovich (b. 1985)
    (5) Prince Nikita Rostislavovich (b. 1987)
    Prince Nicholas Rostislavovich (1945–2000)
    (6) Prince Nicholas Christopher Nikolaievich (b. 1968)
    (7) Prince Daniel Joseph Nikolaievich (b. 1972)
    (8) Prince Jackson Daniel Danilovich (b. 2009)
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What plans for improvement do you have in 2018?

    Best answer: Those are the goals that matter. Mine are similar :-)
    Best answer: Those are the goals that matter. Mine are similar :-)
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago