• Socialism has never worked, why do immature Millennials think it would work in the US?

    It's laughable how they try to borrow off the Nordic nations as their example. There's several traits that your typical liberal stronghold in the US lacks, that your successful city in Scandinavia doesn't. The three are largely homogeneous, share a common history, culture, customs, values, language,... show more
    It's laughable how they try to borrow off the Nordic nations as their example. There's several traits that your typical liberal stronghold in the US lacks, that your successful city in Scandinavia doesn't. The three are largely homogeneous, share a common history, culture, customs, values, language, have few minorities, low crime, a small manageable population with a much better work ethic than any run-of-the-mill liberal in the US will ever have. In fact there are no parallels between a city like LA or NYC vs. Oslo or Copenhagen, but the similarities become striking if you compare NYC or LA to Mexico City or Caracas. Liberals in the US are simply incapable of replicating what Nordic nations can pull off.
    11 answers · Politics · 5 days ago
  • What's the best city in Ukraine to visit, other than Kyiv? Preferably a city with lots of history.?
  • What score out of ten would you give each royal person.?

    Best answer: Nil, zero. nothing .
    Best answer: Nil, zero. nothing .
    9 answers · Royalty · 6 days ago
  • I downloaded a themes pack for windows 10 and this picture came up. Any idea what town this is?
  • Should people who are anti-monarchists be expected to pay for them.?

    Best answer: No. The people did not choose to have a royal family, so why should they pay for them?
    Best answer: No. The people did not choose to have a royal family, so why should they pay for them?
    7 answers · Royalty · 7 days ago
  • Is $5622 expensive for a two week Greek vacation for 4 people?

    Best answer: $1405 per person for two weeks all inclusive sounds like a really good deal. Especially as your flight will be transatlantic. Remember to pack light or the transfers will be a nightmare! Taxis are cheap in the Greek Islands especially for four and you can haggle too. Buses are frequent and cheap. My bet is it will... show more
    Best answer: $1405 per person for two weeks all inclusive sounds like a really good deal. Especially as your flight will be transatlantic. Remember to pack light or the transfers will be a nightmare! Taxis are cheap in the Greek Islands especially for four and you can haggle too. Buses are frequent and cheap. My bet is it will be a brilliant holiday. The Greeks are honest and hospitable. Try Greek food in the local Tavernas for real authenticity. Try Metaxa too. Yamas!
    8 answers · Greece · 1 week ago
  • Is Belgium a cool country?

    Best answer: Yes, it's an awesome country. The people are kind and there are so many beautiful towns and villages there.
    Best answer: Yes, it's an awesome country. The people are kind and there are so many beautiful towns and villages there.
    4 answers · Belgium · 7 days ago
  • Going to Lisbon tomorrow!?

    Best answer: I was hoping to give specifics, but ran out of time. (was called to duty). I hope this link helps. I have traveled a lot, but not Portugal. Buses usually are easy to use if you know the routes and where the stops are. EDIT: THIS IS THE MAIN INFO FOR YOU, I THINK: The journey to the statue requires a short ferry... show more
    Best answer: I was hoping to give specifics, but ran out of time. (was called to duty). I hope this link helps. I have traveled a lot, but not Portugal. Buses usually are easy to use if you know the routes and where the stops are.
    EDIT: THIS IS THE MAIN INFO FOR YOU, I THINK:
    The journey to the statue requires a short ferry ride and bus ride but the total travel time is less than an hour. The ferry ride is an enjoyable activity providing a different view of the Lisbon coastline. The ferry departs from Cais do Sodré train station and metro station (last stop on the green metro line). CONTINUE READING THE ARTICLE for a couple or three more paragraphs.
    IF YOU ARE good with maps, Google a Lisbon map and study the places. Find the bus, train, and ferry stops. Then you are a little prepared for finding it. Google a few words in Portuguese (left right, numbers, etc) but Portuguese PROBABLY speak English as most Europeans. (not EVERY but many young college age people).

    https://lisbonlisboaportugal.com/lisbon-sights/cristo-rei-christ-statue-lisbon.html
    2 answers · Portugal · 1 week ago
  • If you won a house in Siberia, Russia would you move there? with a high paying job?

    Best answer: In Tomsk, Tyumen, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Barnaul, etc, yes. Magadan MAY be a bit too remote. Except Magadan, I have been to all these cities. Siberia is quite big! I wouldn't even need the high-paying job as a perk.
    Best answer: In Tomsk, Tyumen, Novosibirsk, Omsk, Barnaul, etc, yes. Magadan MAY be a bit too remote. Except Magadan, I have been to all these cities. Siberia is quite big! I wouldn't even need the high-paying job as a perk.
    4 answers · Russia · 2 weeks ago
  • Are many "Russians" actually "Nordic people" from Scandinavia? which percentage probably are "Nordic" or at least mostly so?

    Best answer: Finns originated from Finno-Ugric, Russia's Ural peoples.
    " The original home of the Finno-Ugric peoples is generally believed to be west of the Ural Mountains, in the area of Udmurtia, Perm, Mordva and Mari-El. By 3000 BC, the Baltic-Finnic groups had migrated west to the shores of the Baltic Sea."
    Best answer: Finns originated from Finno-Ugric, Russia's Ural peoples.
    " The original home of the Finno-Ugric peoples is generally believed to be west of the Ural Mountains, in the area of Udmurtia, Perm, Mordva and Mari-El. By 3000 BC, the Baltic-Finnic groups had migrated west to the shores of the Baltic Sea."
    5 answers · Russia · 1 week ago
  • Best holiday destinations in Europe?

    Hi there, my boyfriend and I are wanting to book a holiday for this summer. We are both 21 and never gone away together before. We kinda just want a nice relaxing beach holiday. We can't decide between Greece, Cyprus or Spain (including the islands). The problem with this we can't decide which island to go... show more
    Hi there, my boyfriend and I are wanting to book a holiday for this summer. We are both 21 and never gone away together before. We kinda just want a nice relaxing beach holiday. We can't decide between Greece, Cyprus or Spain (including the islands). The problem with this we can't decide which island to go to especially greece as I've heard good and bad things about nearly all of them. I was looking into Zante (Zakynthos) and kafelonia. Please help. Thanks! :)
    6 answers · Greece · 1 week ago
  • Does Sweden have Medicare For All?

    12 answers · Other - Europe · 2 weeks ago
  • Turkish Airlines number in London?

    3 answers · Turkey · 2 weeks ago
  • 6 month European car insurance?

    Hi. Does anyone have knowledge of a good UK insurer for extended travel within Europe? A lot I have found say trip up to 90 days, but I would need it for a period of 180 days at a time. Thanks in advance
    Hi. Does anyone have knowledge of a good UK insurer for extended travel within Europe? A lot I have found say trip up to 90 days, but I would need it for a period of 180 days at a time. Thanks in advance
    6 answers · Other - Europe · 2 weeks ago