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Here’s what I have:
Monster Mash- Bobby PickettPurple People Eater- Sheb WooleyThriller- Michael Jackson
Long Black Train- Josh Turner
Witchy Woman- Eagles
The Devil Went Down to Georgia- Charlie Daniels
Somebody’s Watching Me- Rockwell
Ol Red- Blake Shelton
Goodbye Earl- Dixie Chicks
The Devil Comes Back to Georgia- Mark O’Connor
Black Magic Woman- Santana
Hungry Like The Wolf- Duran Duran
Haunted Mansion Theme (“Grim Grinning Ghosts”)- Disney
Any other suggestions? (No rap, heavy metal, screamo, instrumental, kids, or super hard rock)
I did think of Witch Doctor, but I couldn’t find any singers except Alvin and the chipmunks.31 AnswersOther - Music1 day ago
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That is the way of things. The economy was in a nose dive when Obama was elected too, and while smart people see that he brought us out of it and created a strong economy to pass on to Trump, there are others who seem to think that you cannot look up historical numbers and blame Obama.
Historically, Republicans have been in office when recession hits, and Democrats have had to deal with it.14 AnswersPolitics15 hours ago
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My wife’s mother recently passed away after a long illness. My wife’s family is working on the funeral arrangements. My father-in-law and his late wife are/were in their 80’s. He’s been very good about planning her funeral. Cremation will be involved. He purchased two burial plots. But he is doing one thing that I think might ultimately hurt his family. He wants to delay burial of his wife’s ashes in the plot until he is able to travel 3,000 miles across the country to retrieve his parents’ ashes and bring them back in order to put his parents and his wife in the plots at the same time. He is a fine man and great father to his now adult children. He does, however, have a tendency to procrastinate and put things off a lot longer than he should. Couple this tendency with COVID-19 and traveling and her burial could be pushed off indefinitely. This is not right. Both of my parents are dead and are buried very close to where we live. I take great comfort in the fact that they are nearby and I often visit their grave. It helps me. My wife’s family deserves this too after all they have been through and I really want them to be able to do that right now. But if my father-in-law tried to carry out his plan, his family won’t have that. My wife wants me to say nothing to him but I can see it hurts her. Should I say something to her father? I was thinking of doing it casually because he and I have a good relationship and I think I could reason with him.9 AnswersFamily9 hours ago
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Trump is being blamed but was also criticized for banning most travel to and from China and Europe. Nancy Pelosi said “The Trump Administration’s expansion of its outrageous, un-American travel ban threatens our security, our values and the rule of law.” She also told people to visit Chinatown in San Francisco.
Whether there was one death or millions, Trump would get blamed either way.15 AnswersPolitics2 days ago
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As a neighbor south of the border, I know that Justin Trudeau is the prime minister of your country, but that's all I know because he was mentioned in SNL, Jimmy Kimmel and other talk shows.
But I have no idea what the parties are and what they represent.
Which party in Canada resembles the Republican Party in the US?
Which party in Canada resembles the Democratic Party in the US?
Which news network in Canada resembles CNN (I do NOT like this network - they are notorious for spreading disinformation about our president)
Which news network in Canada represents FOX? (They are more balanced)
What do Canadians think about President Trump?14 AnswersOther - Canada3 days ago
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The Conservatives are seething because he exposes what they are.
Racist nutjobs.15 AnswersPolitics1 day ago
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If people grow old and starve to death because they lack the money to eat, fine with me.... But is it fine with YOU?31 AnswersPolitics12 hours ago
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We've been married for only 2 years. It's too early to have problems and we dated 4 years before this whole marriage thing. I've known him for quite a while. The second year into our marriage, he changed. Hes more lazy now and depended on me to get everything done. We both work so I'm human as well but he doesn't see that. He literally rings my phone from the other room so I can come and get him something to eat while hes lazing around on his video games. We dont go out at all anymore, even before this pandemic, we stopped going out for some time. I miss going out and seeing the world. We use to go on long drives to different places. But now the only drives we go on is to the grocery store or McDonalds. Hes gained more than 15lbs this year and I'm scared for his health. I tried to talk to him but he just ignores me and tells me that I expect too much out of him. I dont have many friends and going out alone is boring. I moved to this town to be with him and now I'm longing to return home because I'm sick of it. He secretly doesn't want me to have any friends. He wants me all to himself and he gets jealous really easily. Even on our break days, there is no us time anymore. We dont get intimate anymore because I prefer to not do it with him. I'm sick of him and I just want to return home and get a divorce. I've been patient and thought things would get better and they never did. Talking doesn't help either. Am I expecting too much from him?13 AnswersMarriage & Divorce3 hours ago
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Because they've lost from it, twice. It's really that simple. What's more is that Abraham Lincoln won via this system once with a plurality of votes. It seems to have a pretty good track record of picking the right people. The founders didn't just make this system up for zero reason. Hillary, for example, a lunatic who spies on political opponents and commits espionage, was prevented from entering the white house. In other words, it worked perfectly, just like it's supposed to.27 AnswersPolitics6 hours ago
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