Nico Indigo has a song called Disaster and I can't find the name of the sample. It sounds like it's from the 90's.
Does anyone know? Here's a link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-AxbO1Jmz0Lyrics2 months ago
In an episode of Family Guy titled "We Love You, Conrad," there's a scene that cuts to old footage from the A-Team. Does anyone know what episode that clip is from?
Here's a video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpwXXJ5YF7I
It's not "Waste 'Em," that's only where the car is from. The music and the clip of Hannibal looking through binoculars are from a different episode.Drama4 months ago
Are they really efficient? Trying to get info on them that's not from my own echo chamber.
From what I can tell, they're somewhat useless besides propping up fossil fuels industry. Are they really the future for green energy? Why rely on them over hydro-electricity?
Same could be asked about solar panels, which also fry birds and disrupt habitats.
Again trying to get pro-wind opinions cuz I've only heard pro-[anything else] ones so I put some zest in here, I'm not sorry if it offends you and I know it'll lead to people getting upset and flaming me but in the heat of that I should get some good answers.8 AnswersVideo & Online Games6 months ago
Looking for a techno song where someone says "reach for the moon." Those are the only lyrics I could make out.Lyrics7 months ago
What are the downsides to hydrogen fuel cell-powered cars? Are there any other kinds of 0-emissions cars?
Electric cars seem to be all the rage. But the lithium mining for their batteries is very harmful to the environment, and the electricity used to charge those batteries comes mostly from coal. Since most of the developed world wants to remove all nuclear power or anything that can generate electricity that isn't solar, wind, coal, or fossil fuels, that means that the gains from switching to electric cars might be undercut by further dependence on fossil fuels, bringing us back to square one.
Fuel cell cars on the other hand seem to be cleaner, but their issue seems to be that hydrogen is extremely volatile and prone to exploding (or so I've heard; I'm not a chemical engineer). Will fuel cell cars ever pick up in popularity like electric cars?
Also, what other kinds of zero-emission cars could work on a massive scale? Asking out of curiosity.3 AnswersAlternative Fuel Vehicles9 months ago
I bought a 2018 Toyota Camry with the 8-speed transmission and it's having issues, should I trade it in?
It has minor shifting issues. Mainly, if you slow it down and then even lightly tap the gas the transmission will jerk the car forward. It works fine otherwise.
It has about $4,000 of negative equity. The new Camrys don't seem to be holding onto their value due to the transmission issue.
I'm financially illiterate. So my question is, should I attempt to trade it in (I would like to get a previous gen Camry, with the 6-speed transmission, used), or should I just keep it and pay it off?7 AnswersToyota11 months ago
It's ridiculous. I was charged $290 for an X-Ray and then another $290 for someone to READ that X-Ray.
Right now I have an ingrown toenail and I would never in a million years seek treatment, even if I had insurance because they "don't cover" everything. And the doctor won't tell you if something is or isn't cover.
AND clinics always charge you a $50 "copay" if you "sign in." I await the day when you'll be charged $100 for breathing air in a clinic.
Why is American healthcare so expensive? How did we let this happen, exactly?7 AnswersOther - General Health Care12 months ago
I bought a jug of distilled water from Walmart a month ago and I leave it on the counter. I always put the cap back on the jug when I'm done using it.
Today I noticed it smelled like rotten eggs when pouring it. What happened? Does distilled water spoil?4 AnswersNon-Alcoholic Drinks1 year ago
I understand popularity and how it influences demand, but this is sort of ridiculous.
If you look for a 90s/early 00 Jeep Cherokee XJ or Toyota 4Runner, the seller is usually asking for $5000 and up even if the SUV has 200,000+ miles on it. At that point the only person willing to buy it would be a collector, because it's really only worth around $1,000.
Are people drag racing them or something? Why are they so expensive?8 AnswersBuying & Selling1 year ago
It's the Christian position on relationships. What is the origin of the sin, and why is it sinful?15 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 year ago
In one part of the episode, a giant bell falls on Spike's head and Tom rings it and it makes a mesmerizing sound?
Does anyone know the name of that episode?Comics & Animation1 year ago
It's strange. Talk to any mainstream environmentalist and when you bring up nuclear, they'll begin parroting Oil & Gas talking points. Isn't it also weird that Big Oil supports "renewable" energy too? You ever be protesting and your enemy shows up next to you with the same picket signs?
They also keep admitting that solar and wind are unreliable but don't provide any alternatives to them, all the while slapping down nuclear as an option.
So why are people so averse to Nuclear? Why do so many people cling to archaic, unreasonable fears rooted in what they see in cartoons and other fictional media?10 AnswersPolitics1 year ago
I'm looking for the name of the beat that plays at 1:10 in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i1EDPQUqEK4
It's by a YouTuber named Zosh who doesn't credit any of the music he uses. Does anyone know the name of this beat?1 AnswerRap and Hip-Hop1 year ago
I keep hearing that grains and refined carbohydrates like pasta and rice absolutely lower testosterone in men. However, whenever I watch "bulking" videos on YouTube, pasta is one of the most commonly bought groceries for people building muscle.
I keep looking online for answers but I never get any. It's always someone's opinion and they're just promoting a fad diet.
Is this true? Do pasta and rice lower testosterone? What does the research say?3 AnswersDiet & Fitness1 year ago
As many of you might be aware, media and big tech are heavily biased towards the left. The main culprits are YouTube, Google, Facebook, and Twitter.
Conservatives are being censored, and in a not-so-subtle way. They're finally starting to talk about breaking up big tech, but how do they plan on doing so?
If you request the government to do it, that will set a dangerous precedent that could hurt their presence on the radio and the little presence they have on cable news. So how do you break up a monopoly/oligopoly without the government? Or how to you use government efficiently enough that it won't bite you in the butt later?5 AnswersPolitics1 year ago
Can I microwave almond milk for 3-5 minutes with my oatmeal? Or will it destroy the calcium in the almond milk?3 AnswersCooking & Recipes2 years ago
I heard it in Raley's and nobody can name it, nobody can even name the radio station on which it played.
Part of its lyrics are "It's christmas time" (I think it was in the chorus) and it sounded like a British guy (sounded a lot like Damon Albarn).
At the end of the song, the beat goes on while a child starts talking. I think they were talking about meeting Santa or what they wanted from him.
Does anyone know the name of this song?1 AnswerLyrics2 years ago