• Where am I from?

    I moved from Washington when I was 10 now I live in New York I'm 18 and I'm moving back to Washington so if someone asked me where I'm from what should I say? Or what should I say in general
    I moved from Washington when I was 10 now I live in New York I'm 18 and I'm moving back to Washington so if someone asked me where I'm from what should I say? Or what should I say in general
    3 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why is Washington, DC such a dump?

    Best answer: Lib democrat government ..................................
    Best answer: Lib democrat government ..................................
    5 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • I’m turning 15 in July, and I’m looking for jobs/internships in the Washington DC area?

    Best answer: You need to be at least 16 to get a job. Interships are usually for students in college. Or recent grads. You are not getting a job or internship in police work unless you are in college. At 15 you will be lucky to find any place that will hire you Why not join JROTC in high school if you are interested in... show more
    Best answer: You need to be at least 16 to get a job.
    Interships are usually for students in college. Or recent grads.
    You are not getting a job or internship in police work unless you are in college.
    At 15 you will be lucky to find any place that will hire you
    Why not join JROTC in high school if you are interested in possible police work
    5 answers · 2 months ago
  • Washington DC Parking, Metro and Tour's.?

    I want to know what's the best p[lace to park my car in DC so I can travel and see around the Lincoln memorial, white house, etc.
    I want to know what's the best p[lace to park my car in DC so I can travel and see around the Lincoln memorial, white house, etc.
    6 answers · 3 months ago
  • Is the East Coast insect infested in the Summer?

    My mom was telling me about her trip to the East Coast 20 years ago, and she said that when she was in Washington D.C., Virginia, New York, and Maryland, during the summer, the sidewalks were completely brown color because of all the beetles, Roaches, Locusts, Grasshoppers, and Cicadas that were crawling around,... show more
    My mom was telling me about her trip to the East Coast 20 years ago, and she said that when she was in Washington D.C., Virginia, New York, and Maryland, during the summer, the sidewalks were completely brown color because of all the beetles, Roaches, Locusts, Grasshoppers, and Cicadas that were crawling around, and that every time that she took a step, all she would hear was the crunching sound of insects being squished. Also, she said that the air is filled with them and you swallow them while walking. She said it is like that every single summer. Is the East Coast like that during the summer? If it is like that in those areas every single summer, who would want to live in those areas? I read about something online mentioning Cicadas coming out en masse, like every 14 years, or something like that, so maybe she just hit that event.
    9 answers · 3 months ago
  • Washington DC Union Station to IAD?

    I need to travel from Baltimore, MD to the Dulles Airport to make a Sunday flight at 6am. I understand that I ll have to take the amtrak train from Baltimore to get to the DC union station. This will get me to the Union Station at 2:40am. But I m having a hard time figuring out if I can get to the IAD by bus or the... show more
    I need to travel from Baltimore, MD to the Dulles Airport to make a Sunday flight at 6am. I understand that I ll have to take the amtrak train from Baltimore to get to the DC union station. This will get me to the Union Station at 2:40am. But I m having a hard time figuring out if I can get to the IAD by bus or the shuttle in time for my flight. Otherwise I ll plan for an uber/lyft. Any help will be appreciated. :)
    4 answers · 4 months ago
  • What is the most popular beach for Washington, DC residents to vacation at in the summer?

    Best answer: Ocean City, MD is the most popular, followed by the Delaware beaches (particularly Rehobeth) and then Virginia Beach, VA.

    To an extent, it's a matter of distance. Given decent traffic conditions, you can be at Ocean City in about 2.5 hours. For Virginia Beach, you're looking at about 3.5 hours.
    Best answer: Ocean City, MD is the most popular, followed by the Delaware beaches (particularly Rehobeth) and then Virginia Beach, VA.

    To an extent, it's a matter of distance. Given decent traffic conditions, you can be at Ocean City in about 2.5 hours. For Virginia Beach, you're looking at about 3.5 hours.
    5 answers · 5 months ago
  • What is causing fresh left wing riots in Washington DC...what is shut down?

    Best answer: There were two large marches in Washington, DC last weekend. On Friday was the annual March for Life, whose participants can mostly be described as conservative in their views. On Saturday was a Women's March, whose participants can mostly be described as liberal in their views. Both marches were extremely... show more
    Best answer: There were two large marches in Washington, DC last weekend. On Friday was the annual March for Life, whose participants can mostly be described as conservative in their views. On Saturday was a Women's March, whose participants can mostly be described as liberal in their views. Both marches were extremely peaceful and there were no arrests or signs of "rioting".

    Non-essential US Government services have been shut down due to a lapse in government funding until Congress agrees on a funding measure that the President is willing to sign.
    4 answers · 7 months ago
  • I over heard a 16 yr old say, "There is no hood here" while talking on his cell. What does hood mean?

    Best answer: in your example, "hood" used to be slang for "neighborhood (ghetto)" … think the term has evolved and also could portray meaning "gang-bangers" or similar.

    as to what the schmuck meant … i couldn't begin to imagine.
    Best answer: in your example, "hood" used to be slang for "neighborhood (ghetto)" … think the term has evolved and also could portray meaning "gang-bangers" or similar.

    as to what the schmuck meant … i couldn't begin to imagine.
    4 answers · 8 months ago
  • Places to check out in Washington DC?

    5 answers · 10 months ago
  • How early in the morning do the security lines open at Dulles Washington D.C?

    No sense in standing in line for an hour if they aren't yet open.
    No sense in standing in line for an hour if they aren't yet open.
    5 answers · 10 months ago
  • Cost of living in washington dc?

    Its very probable well go to washington dc, so whats the cost of living in washington dc for 4 people (considering well be making about 50000 a year)?
    Its very probable well go to washington dc, so whats the cost of living in washington dc for 4 people (considering well be making about 50000 a year)?
    5 answers · 10 months ago
  • Things to do in Washington DC?

    Best answer: National Mall: A national stop in downtown. Gets roughly 24 million guests every year. Incorporates ranges that are a piece of West Potomac Park and Constitution Gardens. Ofen alludes to the whole zone between the Lincoln Memorial and the US Capitol. Joined States Capitol: The seat of the US Congress, the... show more
    Best answer: National Mall: A national stop in downtown. Gets roughly 24 million guests every year. Incorporates ranges that are a piece of West Potomac Park and Constitution Gardens. Ofen alludes to the whole zone between the Lincoln Memorial and the US Capitol.

    Joined States Capitol: The seat of the US Congress, the authoritative branch of the U.S. central government, finished in the year 1800. Worked in an unmistakable neoclassical style and has a white outside. The starting point time when the District's four quadrants meet.

    White House : The official living arrangement and key working environment of the President of the US. Has been the habitation of each U.S. president since John Adams in 1800. Worked in the vicinity of 1792 and 1800 of white-painted Aquia Creek sandstone in the Neoclassical style.

    National Museum of Natural History : A characteristic history gallery. More than 126 million examples of plants, creatures, fossils, minerals, rocks, shooting stars, and human social relics. Established in 1846. Worked in only 15 months at a cost of $310,000. Opened in March 1881.

    National Zoological Park :One of the most seasoned zoos in the US. Established in 1889. Contain 2,000 creatures of 400 unique species. Open each day of the year aside from December 25. Does not charge affirmation. Has two grounds: a urban stop and a non-open office.

    Korean War Veterans Memorial : Celebrates the individuals who served in the Korean War. The primary dedication is as a triangle meeting a circle.

    Madame Tussauds DC : A wax exhibition hall. Principle attractions: Presidents Gallery - meet every one of the forty-four U.S.

    Joined States Botanic Garden : A botanic garden on the grounds of the United States Capitol. Open each day of the year, including government occasions. The most seasoned persistently working botanic garden in US. Free admission to all greenhouses. Center is open 10am to 5pm.

    Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool : The biggest of the many reflecting pools in the city. It is lined by strolling ways and shade trees on the two sides. Mirrors the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Mall's trees, or potentially the sweeping sky.

    National Air and Space Museum : Holds the biggest accumulation of notable airplane and shuttle on the planet in 161,145 square feet (14,970.9 m2) of display floor space. Was built up in 1946, as the National Air Museum and opened its primary working in 1976.
    6 answers · 11 months ago