• Why don't you help a homeless this Christmas?

    Best answer: Most homeless people are a greater threat to themselves than anyone else. At one time they could wonder off into the woods and live of the land and do so successfully, we called them pioneers in the past. Presently find a piece of land that someone doesn't have their name on and a place were the building code... show more
    Best answer: Most homeless people are a greater threat to themselves than anyone else.
    At one time they could wonder off into the woods and live of the land and do so successfully, we called them pioneers in the past.
    Presently find a piece of land that someone doesn't have their name on and a place were the building code will let you build a ramshackle shack to live in , seems you can only do that in the third world, hence many sleep on the streets.
    20 answers · 1 day ago
  • UK users: Will any of you visit the USA while Trump is President?

    Best answer: No, I don’t like Americans.
    Best answer: No, I don’t like Americans.
    19 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why do so many of the left-wingers have the mentality of spoiled teenage delinquents?

    Best answer: Millennials, the children of the baby boomers what ever you want to call them, majority are made up of young people with the false sense of entitlement. Welcome to the new era.
    Best answer: Millennials, the children of the baby boomers what ever you want to call them, majority are made up of young people with the false sense of entitlement. Welcome to the new era.
    19 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is Australia a better place to live than the UK?

    Besides Australia having better weather is it really all that better? I do hear that more Britons move to Australia, than Australians move to the UK.
    Besides Australia having better weather is it really all that better? I do hear that more Britons move to Australia, than Australians move to the UK.
    14 answers · 1 day ago
  • Civil war in Britain?

    Could there be a potential civil war if people try to stop brexit. MPs are trying there best to stop it or go for a soft brexit which means we will still be in the single market and customs union which would go against leaving the eu at all. God for bid if there is a second referendum or brexit stops happening... show more
    Could there be a potential civil war if people try to stop brexit. MPs are trying there best to stop it or go for a soft brexit which means we will still be in the single market and customs union which would go against leaving the eu at all. God for bid if there is a second referendum or brexit stops happening at all, would people be take up arms and causes a civil war in Britain??
    20 answers · 2 days ago
  • Do you think its kind of disgusting and unchristian that roy moores followers would rather vote a pedophile racist than a democrat?

    Best answer: Republicans have gone from being the family values party to being the party whose motto os "In Predators We Trust".
    Best answer: Republicans have gone from being the family values party to being the party whose motto os "In Predators We Trust".
    12 answers · 20 hours ago
  • If Brexiters had their way would UK become fascist dictatorship where talking down the holy brexit vote becomes a death sentence?

    'Tory MP who led Brexit rebellion against Theresa May receives death threats' http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/pol...
    'Tory MP who led Brexit rebellion against Theresa May receives death threats' http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/pol...
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • Has the Salford Arson Attack made world news?

    The slimeballs who did it killed 3 children - they are now under arrest.
    The slimeballs who did it killed 3 children - they are now under arrest.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is there so much anger in the world?

    Best answer: I doubt there is any more than usual, we just have to Internet to express all our petty frustrations and instant news to report every little thing.

    It's enough to turn you to a nice bottle of wine.
    Best answer: I doubt there is any more than usual, we just have to Internet to express all our petty frustrations and instant news to report every little thing.

    It's enough to turn you to a nice bottle of wine.
    13 answers · 1 day ago
  • What is your stance on Net Neutrality?

    This week could be a poignant moment in net neutrality. What are your beliefs?
    This week could be a poignant moment in net neutrality. What are your beliefs?
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • What do you think NASA's major announcement is going to be about?

    http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/nasa-announcement-today-latest-kepler-breakthrough-google-ai-artificial-intelligence-a8102966.html NASA is holding a major press conference after its planet-hunting telescope made a new breakthrough. The Kepler space telescope is operated by NASA to... show more
    http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/... NASA is holding a major press conference after its planet-hunting telescope made a new breakthrough. The Kepler space telescope is operated by NASA to discover other earths, some of which could support life. And its latest discovery is significant enough to bring with it a huge press conference.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • David Davis: "I don't have to be clever to do my job" Is he the Geoff Boycott of Brexit ?

    Best answer: There are different sorts of cleverness or talent, having an eye for the ball doesn't require a great intellect, look at Rooney or Gascoine. However, delicate negotiations about our economic survival, especially with clever people, does require pretty high cognitive skills. He might not have to be clever to do... show more
    Best answer: There are different sorts of cleverness or talent, having an eye for the ball doesn't require a great intellect, look at Rooney or Gascoine. However, delicate negotiations about our economic survival, especially with clever people, does require pretty high cognitive skills.

    He might not have to be clever to do his job, but if he was, he might make a better job of it.

    Being an MP is one of the few jobs you can get without any formal qualifications.
    9 answers · 2 days ago
  • So when will Trump destroy ISIS?

    He's been President for almost a year now and ISIS is still around
    He's been President for almost a year now and ISIS is still around
    24 answers · 4 days ago
  • Is Christmas bad?

    I see adverts depicting loneliness and debt at Christmas time. Does Xmas merely highlight an existing problem or is it, to a large extent, the cause?
    I see adverts depicting loneliness and debt at Christmas time. Does Xmas merely highlight an existing problem or is it, to a large extent, the cause?
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Serious questions. #1 - How did we end up being the world`s policeman? #2 - Should we continue being the world`s policeman? #3 -?

    Best answer: our "policing" the world is government propaganda. The truth is that almost every war since vietnam that the US has participated in has had some financial reason. The exception being the police action in Kosovo, though who knows what was going on behind the scenes there. Generally we invade to maintain... show more
    Best answer: our "policing" the world is government propaganda. The truth is that almost every war since vietnam that the US has participated in has had some financial reason. The exception being the police action in Kosovo, though who knows what was going on behind the scenes there. Generally we invade to maintain the petrodollar. Saddam was going to opt out of it and suddenly he "had weapons of mass destruction". Gaddafi, a brutal dictator enjoyed US support until he tried to do better for his country by selling oil for something other than dollars and suddenly the arab spring came up and rebel groups somehow got hold of weapons and overthrew him. Assad got in the way of a pipeline. If there wasn't a strong economic reason for our involvement it was generally left as a token force with no long term support like in somalia.
    1 So we were never really policemen unless you mean like cops in a ghetto ruling through fear and intimidation. 2 We can't continue since we never really were. 3 The world never wanted us in that position and would be happy if we stopped, however they would still try and fill the power vacuum if we were to back away. 4 the UN wasn't designed to seriously do so. To do so would require a larger military presence that the larger powers won't allow it to have as if it did it could remove their sovereignty in time.
    9 answers · 23 hours ago