• The Jews killed Kennedy. True or false and why?

    In 1960 and early 1961, before Oswald met his future wife, Marina Prusakova, the people who inhabited his world were mostly Jews. Oswald wanted to be a Jews, he was a Jew. Even though their Jewishness had been attenuated and warped by their Soviet experience, it flickered on. It was, in fact, unmistakable. Their... show more
    In 1960 and early 1961, before Oswald met his future wife, Marina Prusakova, the people who inhabited his world were mostly Jews. Oswald wanted to be a Jews, he was a Jew. Even though their Jewishness had been attenuated and warped by their Soviet experience, it flickered on. It was, in fact, unmistakable. Their religious identity colored their thinking about the Soviet Union, communism, the war, the West, God and man. Read more: https://forward.com/culture/185293/lee-h...
    27 answers · History · 22 hours ago
  • Why would you want to be somewhere other than where you already are?

    You might thing this is silly question, for there are numerous reason, as to why someone would like to BE somewhere else, but at least give it a thought, to see if you can find a reason to stand opposed numerous ones that urging you constantly to be somewhere you are not!
    You might thing this is silly question, for there are numerous reason, as to why someone would like to BE somewhere else, but at least give it a thought, to see if you can find a reason to stand opposed numerous ones that urging you constantly to be somewhere you are not!
    16 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • Is life fake?

    25 answers · Philosophy · 2 days ago
  • If I was born in the USA?

    but my parents were born in Asia would i consider to be an American or American citizen, because I thought only African Americans and Caucasian people were Americans
    but my parents were born in Asia would i consider to be an American or American citizen, because I thought only African Americans and Caucasian people were Americans
    20 answers · History · 1 day ago
  • Was declaring war on Germany in 1914 also among the single greatest mistakes in British history?

    Best answer: Biggest mistake was not rape and pillage the stupid colonials in the 1750s to control them hicks
    Best answer: Biggest mistake was not rape and pillage the stupid colonials in the 1750s to control them hicks
    24 answers · History · 2 days ago
  • What do you think of mr.Obama?

    17 answers · History · 1 day ago
  • Martin Luther King Jr wasn't a Christian?

    Best answer: If he didn't believe those things, he would not be a Christian, but I'll leave that Judgment to God.
    Best answer: If he didn't believe those things, he would not be a Christian, but I'll leave that Judgment to God.
    28 answers · History · 3 days ago
  • Please could you recommend me some books?

    Best answer: If you're fourteen, there's no such thing as a book with inappropriate content. The whole of human literature is open to you - I urge you to explore it. A lot of the answers here seem to be pointing you towards juvenile literature. There's nothing wrong with reading Harry Potter or the Hunger Games -... show more
    Best answer: If you're fourteen, there's no such thing as a book with inappropriate content. The whole of human literature is open to you - I urge you to explore it.

    A lot of the answers here seem to be pointing you towards juvenile literature. There's nothing wrong with reading Harry Potter or the Hunger Games - but it would be a waste if these books were the whole of your reading. Don't neglect the classics. If a book is still attracting readers a hundred or two hundred or three hundred years after its first publication, there's a reason. A few suggestions -

    Jane Eyre - Charlotte Bronte
    Oliver Twist - Charles Dickens
    The Count of Monte Cristo - Alexandre Dumas
    1984 - George Orwell
    To Kill a Mockingbird - Harper Lee
    Catch-22 - Joseph Heller
    The Jungle Books - Rudyard Kipling
    Les Miserables - Victor Hugo
    Don Quixote - Miguel de Cervantes
    Gulliver's Travels - Jonathan Swift

    Read non-fiction books as well. They broaden the mind and can make you THINK - which is always a good thing.
    22 answers · Books & Authors · 3 days ago
  • Why do Trump supporters think that MLK was a president?
  • Could somebody please critique this poem?

    In Space They call it "O," the point they make, extending thence six segments straight of which three plus directions take called forward, right or up; create their opposites - back, left or down - which they are styling "negative," then stretch the ends past edge of town - each duple axis,... show more
    In Space They call it "O," the point they make, extending thence six segments straight of which three plus directions take called forward, right or up; create their opposites - back, left or down - which they are styling "negative," then stretch the ends past edge of town - each duple axis, positive and minus, perpendicular to plane where other two may live. These map-makers then go too far, three signed coordinates t'assign, three distances from ev'ry point to get to any axis line. What omnipresent powers annoint these heads that feign to compass all of space? They fear no vanity nor reckon hearts of poetry can sing their own geometry where most ingenious pride must fall, can rhyme how technocratic men colleague in Mother Earth's disgrace. Let reason's evil graphing then in its cartesian plane or space be closed in mirror pentagons or by dodecahedrons bound that center on the origins of weapons formuls we've found, derived by fiends who view 'til late their cursed, fallen, broken state - contracting them nigh unto death. The rest of space can take a breath, its denisens no more play rubes all sliced and diced in squares and cubes. Despite each migit-devil's jibe, a huge icosohedral room then let some poets circumscribe about each moaning jail-tomb so now imps view, at their release, on each triangular bulkhead old bards portrayed who've found surcease from diabolic plottings dread, or angels framed in trinities who do with hellions what they please.
    11 answers · Poetry · 2 days ago
  • Is flute a real instrument?

    obviously I know it's real in that it's not imaginary...but my sister is going to take violin next year and I want to do flute she says it's not a real instrument like violin or piano and is being very snarky about it
    obviously I know it's real in that it's not imaginary...but my sister is going to take violin next year and I want to do flute she says it's not a real instrument like violin or piano and is being very snarky about it
    12 answers · Performing Arts · 23 hours ago
  • Feedback, please?

    when in a dark place and you lose your way alcohol and drugs don't erase the sufferings of the day when betrayal befalls our hearts we encase but tear down the walls welcome a warm embrace when unhappy in life don't reach for a bottle the pain cuts like a knife but face it, full throttle don't allow... show more
    when in a dark place and you lose your way alcohol and drugs don't erase the sufferings of the day when betrayal befalls our hearts we encase but tear down the walls welcome a warm embrace when unhappy in life don't reach for a bottle the pain cuts like a knife but face it, full throttle don't allow it destroy you or capture your soul others are lost without you pray for strength to let it go find comfort in other ways reach out for a loving hand and in confidence displays their will to understand if all else fails, do not despair look to Him for love and care
    8 answers · Poetry · 2 days ago
  • How did WWI lead to WWII?

    Best answer: Well, Germany lost to England, France and the United States. Against the advice or President Woodrow Wilson, the other allies wanted what was probably a severe level of financial reparations (payments, etc) from Germany to pay for their losses during the war. Germany was therefore financially overwhelmed and... show more
    Best answer: Well, Germany lost to England, France and the United States. Against the advice or President Woodrow Wilson, the other allies wanted what was probably a severe level of financial reparations (payments, etc) from Germany to pay for their losses during the war. Germany was therefore financially overwhelmed and doing very poorly. Hitler and Goering, sidekicks in hate, were veterans of WW I. They blamed the Jews for their loss of World War I and hated the allies for their losses (of course). Hitler used this resentment, hate and scapegoating as a way to stir up the German people. He wanted Germany to have a military again, against the treaty made after World War One, etc.

    Those are just some of the major issues.
    11 answers · History · 20 hours ago
  • How did life begin?

    12 answers · History · 1 day ago
  • USA was more racist than Hitler - true o false? Black troops were treated like crap and in ww2 were prevented from landing on DDay while?

    Southern whites enjoyed the privilige of experienced the MG42 bullets ripping into their pasty Virginia flesh.
    Southern whites enjoyed the privilige of experienced the MG42 bullets ripping into their pasty Virginia flesh.
    14 answers · History · 2 days ago