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  • What kind of sandwich do you usually eat at Subway?

    I usually get chicken breast, but today I want to try something new. Any suggestions?

    BQ: Is the roast beef good?

    5 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • What are some good questions to ask a guy/girl on the first date?

    What's something you need to know up front?

    2 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • Do you like patent leather shoes?

    Are they too shiny?

    4 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • Dear Yahoo gods, Would you actually DETELE the deleted questions...?

    ...so the rest of us can comfortably click on "Show me another"? I'd like to keep it moving smoothly..

    Thanks

    1 AnswerPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • In your opinion, can a woman rape a man?

    There's a correct answer to this question, I just want to you what you think.

    20 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups1 decade ago
  • If I'm not having a good morning, should I still say "Good Morning" to others?

    Is there an alternative (other than ignoring passers-by)?

    12 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • Your child asks you "Who is God?" What is your answer?

    A young child.. Let's say 9 yrs old or younger.

    27 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Do most people have bad credit?

    I keep hearing that.

    2 AnswersOther - Cultures & Groups1 decade ago
  • Why do Christians need church buildings?

    If you have the power to collect money from a very large group of people, why not use that money to improve the neighborhood (and beyond), and have your gatherings in an auditorium... or in the park or something? The church isn't the building anyway, it's the people. Where I grew up, the schools look forsaken, the library is lacking, and the churches look like castles (I'm not exaggerating). People complain about paying taxes, yet willingly and religiously write checks to pay the preacher's salary and keep up the "building fund." As a former student, and as a future parent, I'd much rather increase the teacher's salary so she'd care a bit more about what she's teaching the youth. I just don't understand that. There's even a certain percent of your income that you're supposed to pay up front to the church (tithes).. Isn't that taking it a bit too far??

    This saddens me.

    And no, I'm not an Atheist. I'm spiritual. I believe you call it believing in "God"

    Why do religious people need church buildings?

    21 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Christians: How confident are you that you're going to heaven?

    If you're pretty confident that you're going, what reassurance do you have?

    Please share.

    25 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
  • Is it wrong that I wish to disown my older brother?

    He's 38, and he's a poor excuse for a man, a son, a brother, a father... all of those things. He refuses to get a job, regularly uses people, has no regard for whom he steals things from, and tries to hustle everyone he can... I could go on and on, really. At 24, I'm just tired of putting up with his childish ways... The only thing he can get from me is food that I have already cooked. It would be a shame if he really needed money for an emergency, because I would automatically say no.

    I'm ashamed to tell people he's my big brother. He's the true definition of "scum" or "gutter" and I absolutely hate his ways. He has NO decent clothes, and poor hygiene because of his "thug life" (yeah right). I love him, but I don't have room for him in my life anymore. It seems that if you can't do something for him, he doesn't have time for you. He has 5 children. 3 boys, 2 girls. Their ages are 21yrs , 8yrs, 6yrs (the first 3 all boys), and 21 months, and 6 months (the last 2 both girls). He does nothing for any of them. I am very attached to his children, and fortunately I'm able to help their mothers with them financially so they don't have total burden.

    We come from a good, stable family... well off, very loving and supportive.. Very well educated parents, and they gave us both the same opportunities to educate ourselves.. and made it so that we'd never want for anything in life. We have parents that are some of the most upstanding of citizens you'll find. I don't get it. Rotten apple?

    Anyway, I could ramble on and on about the subject, but I just wonder if people out there would think I'm wrong for wanting to disown him? I would never wish death on anyone, but sometimes I do wish he would just disappear. At least until he got his life straight. And most of all, I wish that his children had model fathers.

    6 AnswersFamily1 decade ago
  • Is it wrong that I wish to disown my older brother?

    He's 38, and he's a poor excuse for a man, a son, a brother, a father... all of those things. He refuses to get a job, regularly uses people, has no regard for whom he steals things from, and tries to hustle everyone he can... I could go on and on, really. At 24, I'm just tired of putting up with his childish ways... The only thing he can get from me is food that I have already cooked. It would be a shame if he really needed money for an emergency, because I would automatically say no.

    I'm ashamed to tell people he's my big brother. He's the true definition of "scum" or "gutter" and I absolutely hate his ways. He has NO decent clothes, and poor hygiene because of his "thug life" (yeah right). I love him, but I don't have room for him in my life anymore. It seems that if you can't do something for him, he doesn't have time for you. He has 5 children. 3 boys, 2 girls. Their ages are 21yrs , 8yrs, 6yrs (the first 3 all boys), and 21 months, and 6 months (the last 2 both girls). He does nothing for any of them. I am very attached to his children, and fortunately I'm able to help their mothers with them financially so they don't have total burden.

    We come from a good, stable family... well off, very loving and supportive.. Very well educated parents, and they gave us both the same opportunities to educate ourselves.. and made it so that we'd never want for anything in life. We have parents that are some of the most upstanding of citizens you'll find. I don't get it. Rotten apple?

    Anyway, I could ramble on and on about the subject, but I just wonder if people out there would think I'm wrong for wanting to disown him? I would never wish death on anyone, but sometimes I do wish he would just disappear. At least until he got his life straight. And most of all, I wish that his children had model fathers.

    6 AnswersPolls & Surveys1 decade ago
  • Is the world coming to an end?

    Or just life as we know it?

    9 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago