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Danny Dix

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G/day, I'm a warm hearted down-to-earth Australian guy. Actually I'm probably the very same guy your mom has always warned you not to fraternize with at church socials. I'm cursed with a seriously warped sense of humour that gets me in and out of trouble quite frequently. I love trying to find a funny angle to life and giving answers to make people smile, but sometimes I'm not totally politically correct, so those of you that carry a spare teabag to ensure safe-sux at tea breaks with strangers, feel free to gasp in indignant shock occasionally. If you like my stuff, feel free to come on board as a contact or fan and I'll do my best to brighten your day with my off the cuff trash I rabbit on with. However, if you don;t like my stuff, either choose not to take offence at my clumsily expressed remarks, as none are meant to hurt in any way, or go stick your finger down your throat and soon you'll feel much much better. But above all, have a nice day. Danny

  • How to get rid of old emails on an iPhone 5?

    Every time I try to send them to the bin, a sign pops up to say it can't.

    It's been going on for months and soon I'll need a tractor just to carry the weight of all those suckers. Help.

    2 AnswersCell Phones & Plans6 years ago
  • A moon question?

    I'm not an astronomer. Let's get that out of the way first.


    Here's the thing. Every night I take the dog for a walk before I turn in. (She's pretty old and either doesn't like the heat of daytime or she's a vampdog maybe)

    On those evening walks I've noticed that the face of the moon and the usual visible distinguishing markings on the moon aren't in the same position.

    They're there, but they appear to be rotating like they are on a clock face. I never noticed that before.

    Eg: A crater or sea visible near the edge of the sphere in the (let's say) twelve o clock position, then a week later it's positioned at the three o clock position, and some times I've seen the same detail at the six o clock position, then it's back up top again in the original spot some time later. What causes this. An someone explain? Thanks for any help.

    Ps: not drunk....haven't inadvertently tripped over.

    Pss. I looked at a few photos on the web but they always show the moon surface details in the same position. Not what I'm looking at right now.

    4 AnswersAstronomy & Space6 years ago
  • Anyone notice the moon lately?

    The moon is revolving in a clockwise direction. When did that start happening? Look at it over a few nights and you'll see what I mean. Can anyone explain? There is a rumour that a charge was detonated a few years ago to analyse the rocky substrate. Could that have started the motion?

    14 AnswersAstronomy & Space7 years ago
  • Apple email question......?

    Hi. I have an iPad 2 and would like to set up a few different files for email. Is this possible? Thanks for any help

    1 AnswerPDAs & Handhelds7 years ago
  • Gall bladder removed issue.?

    A friend recently had her gall bladder removed. She's recovering well but of course is sensitive to greasy oily food. The issue is that She has some arthritis and can't take fish oil capsules any more so is suffering from joint pain. I was wondering if there is anyone who could suggest an alternative to oil for some relief. Thanks in advance for any help....dan

    1 AnswerPain & Pain Management8 years ago
  • Hi. What does NASA call the day/night intersection line around planet earth?

    The line between day and night. Need a quick answer because there are vampires here.

    7 AnswersAstronomy & Space8 years ago
  • Anyone know a good rhyme or saying?

    Hi, I Bought some flowers for my girl because I need the brownie points and well.... she's lovely.

    I'm sitting here staring at the little card to go with the bunch and I have writers block.

    Can anyone help me out and think of something really nice to write on the card?

    5 AnswersPoetry8 years ago
  • Anyone know where the cupcakes lessons business is in Campbelltown NSW?

    I know its there somewhere but cant find it Aaaaagh please help

    1 AnswerCooking & Recipes8 years ago
  • It's 2012. Which disaster will get us first?

    The stuff I've heard about is:

    *Planet Nibiru/planet X is going to crash into us

    *The Yellowstone super volcano has lifted the whole town 9' and is going to pop, creating a ten year frozen winter.

    *Number four reactor in Fukushima will collapse into the nuclear fuel storage pond, releasing enough fallout to destroy all life on the planet except for cockroaches, leaches and maybe Julia gillard.

    *Cumbre Veja, an astro volcano on the Canary islands will collapse into the ocean. Scientists say this will create a 800 mtr wave that will provide excellent surfing opportunities around the planet. They have experienced more than 450 earthquakes there in the past two weeks by the way.

    What's your favorite to wipe us out?

    Feel free to add any other hazards that you think will get us.

    7 AnswersPolls & Surveys8 years ago
  • Is there a Geiger counter in Australia I could use to check foodstuff with?

    Maybe one that could work through an much should you expect to pay for a reasonable one?

    4 AnswersOther - Australia8 years ago
  • What is going to be done for the families of Japan?

    Four nuclear plants in the north with meltdown, a fire in a chemical plant now emitting radiation in the south....there's nowhere to run. As the rest of the world, what are we going to do? The silence is deafening. Japan have asked Russia to return the kurrill islands to the north of Japan, captured and annexured by russia at the end of the second world war. They have also asked china to take thirty million of their population. We really need to get the families out of the danger zone as quickly as possible. A check of children being relocated out of the cities close to the plants revealed that thirty percent already have thyroid lumps. How many homes across our planet are vacant right many many caravans and tents? much of a boost to your city would be created by importing the staff and management of Toyota, or hitachi, or Sony etc. let's pull our fingers out and help, world. Japan is going to be spoiled for hundreds of years. Give someone a chance. Will you help?

    1 AnswerPolls & Surveys8 years ago
  • a way to circumvent google advertising?

    Google changed their privacy terms. How can I surf in private so they don't snoop?

    2 AnswersGoogle9 years ago
  • Should Australia ban coal, iron ore and uranium?

    Russia, china, India and turkey have voted with their breaking of the EU/USA embargo on Iranian oil that they agree with a dis functional country going ahead against the wishes of virtually everyone else in financing irans drive to produce atomic weapons.

    Should Australia cease supplying coal and iron ore to china and uranium to India? You could imagine that India will now onsell our uranium to Iran.

    3 AnswersCurrent Events9 years ago
  • My friends kids have chickenpox. Can I pass that on to my wife?

    I travel in the car to work every day with my friend. He has had chickenpox already, and I have too, but my wife.....

    Can it be passed on to her through us?

    4 AnswersSTDs9 years ago
  • How do you get rid of these bugs?

    I have these tiny little bugs that invested my wardrobe at Xmas. Every night they sew my clothes a little tighter. My girl calls them callerys or something. Should I call the pest guy?

    3 AnswersCleaning & Laundry9 years ago
  • How the heck do you tie a Bowtie?

    I've tried heaps and just can't get it. I rang a friend and it took ages to get the resultant bowline loose from my neck and the bedpost. I rang my dad and he talked me through it, but I ended up with a Windsor knot and a promise to help him paint the house. Is there a fairy godfather out there because I need to get to the ball.

    3 AnswersFashion & Accessories9 years ago