• I want to see spikes mouth?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • How can I get high without drugs?

    I used to use numeg but don't like it anymore
    I used to use numeg but don't like it anymore
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do you feel after a run?

    Best answer: Yes I feel that too. Plus I feel I accomplished something and a bit satisfied. Plus tired.
    Best answer: Yes I feel that too. Plus I feel I accomplished something and a bit satisfied. Plus tired.
    5 answers · 5 days ago
  • Could any one help I have a running nose all day not in the night I have tried several sprays?

    Best answer: Try taking Dr. Dahl’s cold chasers and emerg n C to fight the cold and end your runny nose problem.
    Best answer: Try taking Dr. Dahl’s cold chasers and emerg n C to fight the cold and end your runny nose problem.
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • Do athletes exercise running by binding bags on their legs?

    Best answer: Running with weights is a pretty reliable way to injure your joints. If you want stronger leg muscles to help you run better, you build them with weight training, and run without weights on your legs. (Some runners carry weight in their hands when they run, though.)
    Best answer: Running with weights is a pretty reliable way to injure your joints. If you want stronger leg muscles to help you run better, you build them with weight training, and run without weights on your legs. (Some runners carry weight in their hands when they run, though.)
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Hello can someone tell me how could the government run out of money when we make the money are the machines breaking down? Confused.?

    Best answer: If you are talking about the US government shutdown(s), people SAY they're due to running out of money, but that's not exactly what is happening. See, the US Congress holds the purse-strings for the government. They don't have the ability to just magically make US Dollars, even though the federal... show more
    Best answer: If you are talking about the US government shutdown(s), people SAY they're due to running out of money, but that's not exactly what is happening. See, the US Congress holds the purse-strings for the government. They don't have the ability to just magically make US Dollars, even though the federal government runs the Dollar printing press. They are limited by how much revenue the federal government can collect or borrow, and by how much they credit they can "give" themselves. (If they give themselves too much credit, the Dollars they print will be worth less and less to trading partners outside the US, which will eventually effect how much they are worth INSIDE the US, too. So Congress has limitations on how much they can spend, even though the federal government actually prints the Dollar bills, and could (theoretically) just leave the printing presses running all night.)

    Now, Congress determines during their budgeting process just how much revenue they expect to collect or borrow, and based on that, it determines how much it will spend. But it wants to control that spending, so it doesn't authorize the executive departments (like Agriculture, Energy, Justice, etc) to spend their entire two years' budgets all at once. It might authorize expenditure of a quarter- or a half-year at a time. During periods when Congress is fighting internally over something like this "Immigration" issue, one side or the other has the ability to insist that these limited authorizations only go a few months or even just a few weeks unless an agreement on the disputed issue is reached. So, essentially, they are holding their permission to spend as a hostage, to try to force the terms they want to achieve on the disputed issue (in this case, immigration).

    So, basically, due to in-fighting, Congress has left the executive branch authorized to only spend what they were budgeted for, for two more days. It's not that the money doesn't exist. It's that the departments are not authorized to spend it. So they will send their employees home without paychecks, and close their offices, and put their contracts on hold - to the extent that they can. Obviously, they have to keep their police and fire protection on the job - and a million other functions that can't just stop - like the US military, or the operation of dams and locks on US rivers. The money to maintain those things WILL be spent, whether it is authorized or not. (When Congress finally gets around to some sort of agreement, they will simply write a paragraph into their next authorization that retro-actively approves all those expenditures.)

    So no, the machines aren't breaking down. What has broken down is the voters' will to hold individual Congressmen accountable for reducing the federal government to chaos in order to continue behaving like spoiled brats, instead of responsibly crafting a compromise.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it weird to use a nike golf drawstring bag for another sport?

    Best answer: Not sure exactly how someone is supposed to know it is for golf. The simple question is does it serve its purpose. If you wore golf shoes instead of track shoes and won the race, I don't know how THAT would be a problem for you.
    Best answer: Not sure exactly how someone is supposed to know it is for golf. The simple question is does it serve its purpose. If you wore golf shoes instead of track shoes and won the race, I don't know how THAT would be a problem for you.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Running with vs without Music I run with ear buds but I heard running without music is better is that true?

    Best answer: It's a personal choice. I run with music but I only use one ear bud. I can hear what's going on around me and still enjoy my music.
    Best answer: It's a personal choice. I run with music but I only use one ear bud. I can hear what's going on around me and still enjoy my music.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I join Track and Field? Please answer ASAP?

    Hey I just turned 15 and I am a freshman in high school. I wanna do track but don’t know if I should. Do you guys think I should do track? I have never done any other sports besides soccer when I was a kid. And if so do you guys know any training excersises I should do? I currently run a 6:55 mile.
    Hey I just turned 15 and I am a freshman in high school. I wanna do track but don’t know if I should. Do you guys think I should do track? I have never done any other sports besides soccer when I was a kid. And if so do you guys know any training excersises I should do? I currently run a 6:55 mile.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it wrong to hate a certain race?

    I'm doing a marathon and I want to do the 3k but my friends want to do the 5k and I really hate the 5k.
    I'm doing a marathon and I want to do the 3k but my friends want to do the 5k and I really hate the 5k.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How to make a treadmill work?

    I recently just bought a treadmill, i plugged it in the wall, and it appeared to be working for a couple of seconds, and then it just shut off...and now all of the outlets in the entire room does not work... How do fix this problem? a. how to fix the outlets in the wall b. how to make the treadmill work
    I recently just bought a treadmill, i plugged it in the wall, and it appeared to be working for a couple of seconds, and then it just shut off...and now all of the outlets in the entire room does not work... How do fix this problem? a. how to fix the outlets in the wall b. how to make the treadmill work
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What should I bring with me to track practices/meets?

    I already plan to put hair ties and lotion in my bag, but what else?
    I already plan to put hair ties and lotion in my bag, but what else?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Do I have shin splints?

    This semester I have gym and it’s every other day and we run a lot. I’m not used to running that much and my legs hurt the day after. I know it’s common for legs to hurt after you run but I have one day of no running until I have to run again which doesn’t help to rest my legs. Just in general when I walk it hurts... show more
    This semester I have gym and it’s every other day and we run a lot. I’m not used to running that much and my legs hurt the day after. I know it’s common for legs to hurt after you run but I have one day of no running until I have to run again which doesn’t help to rest my legs. Just in general when I walk it hurts really bad on my shins and when I go up stairs. When I point or flex my feet it hurts bad too and it never did before. I don’t want it to get worse since I don’t really get a break from running. And if I don’t have it now since we just started this semester a couple weeks ago, could I get them in the future?
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • My shin splints aren't going away?

    Best answer: See a doctor, and try to get a referral to a physical therapist. They can evaluate you and tell you what you're doing wrong. I know someone who was a soccer player in high school and college and had similar issues. She finally saw a physical therapist, who said the problem was with how she was running. She... show more
    Best answer: See a doctor, and try to get a referral to a physical therapist. They can evaluate you and tell you what you're doing wrong. I know someone who was a soccer player in high school and college and had similar issues. She finally saw a physical therapist, who said the problem was with how she was running. She had to learn to do it differently, and her problems went away.
    3 answers · 3 weeks ago