• Is being deaf a form of retardation?

    7 answers · 14 hours ago
  • How did Hitler lose the WW2 to Stalin?

    Best answer: His caster did a poor Horoscope, or Horoscopes are not scientific.
    The Great Patriotic War allowed Russia to loot the machinery and engineers/scientists from Germany as they advanced.
    also,
    Growing number of Insurrectionists.
    Depleted Resources, nonrenewable.
    Over engineering.
    Economic Isolation.
    Best answer: His caster did a poor Horoscope, or Horoscopes are not scientific.
    The Great Patriotic War allowed Russia to loot the machinery and engineers/scientists from Germany as they advanced.
    also,
    Growing number of Insurrectionists.
    Depleted Resources, nonrenewable.
    Over engineering.
    Economic Isolation.
    26 answers · 3 days ago
  • Does anyone else think Yahoo! is glitchy?

    At least for me, the site crashes, and the submit button does not work sometimes.
    At least for me, the site crashes, and the submit button does not work sometimes.
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do christians care more about actual truth, or just comfort?

    How do they not realize they havea world view based in fantasy? You seriously think everything always has a happy ending? The bad guys always get their comeuppance, and the good guys always win? Do you think we're living in a disney movie? No one ever said life was fair. Why should the afterlife be any... show more
    How do they not realize they havea world view based in fantasy? You seriously think everything always has a happy ending? The bad guys always get their comeuppance, and the good guys always win? Do you think we're living in a disney movie? No one ever said life was fair. Why should the afterlife be any different? You need to accept the fact that you exist and are alive, and then cease to be alive, and cease to experience anything at all. you need to understand that you will stop existing completely some day. Otherwise it will only be difficult for you, instead of being able to make peace with it before it happens.
    9 answers · 22 hours ago
  • 9/11 twoofers this is your fellow twoofer! I have discovered what happened to WTC7 and why it fell?

    Those dirty firemen who dedicate their lives to saving lives are actually slaves to Dick Cheney! Everything they have said was a LIE and we must immediately tell Alex Jones. Now twoofers!
    Those dirty firemen who dedicate their lives to saving lives are actually slaves to Dick Cheney! Everything they have said was a LIE and we must immediately tell Alex Jones. Now twoofers!
    4 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Leukemia symptoms since October 15, 2016: joint pain, muscle aches, fatigue. Normal CBC done March 17, 2017. Was leukemia missed?

    Best answer: There's a difference between acute leukemia and chronic leukemia. The term acute leukemia is where a person comes down with symptoms and if left untreated then they are demised within months. With regards to chronic leukemia a person can have it for years and not know it because it does not generate symptoms... show more
    Best answer: There's a difference between acute leukemia and chronic leukemia. The term acute leukemia is where a person comes down with symptoms and if left untreated then they are demised within months. With regards to chronic leukemia a person can have it for years and not know it because it does not generate symptoms until late stages.

    A normal CBC along with symptoms being present for many months rules out acute leukemia. The symptoms attributed are due to abnormalities in the CBC causing anemia or thrombocytopenia or infections.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • Could I be dyslexic ?

    I am a fourteen year old girl who has had trouble spelling and doing times tables all of my school life, it has gotten to the point where in year 9 at school I have spelt three letter words wrong multiple times. However, I am considered extremely bright as I get top grades in most subject areas, so no one has ever... show more
    I am a fourteen year old girl who has had trouble spelling and doing times tables all of my school life, it has gotten to the point where in year 9 at school I have spelt three letter words wrong multiple times. However, I am considered extremely bright as I get top grades in most subject areas, so no one has ever mentioned the possibility of dyslexia through school. I also do not struggle severely with reading or writing, although I do read extremely quickly, and often cross through lines by mistake (my parents call it skim reading) but I can t seem to read any other way. I do struggle with grammar sometimes but it has never been a huge issue, just lots of missing full stops and capital letters throughout school and still happening now Thank you -c xx
    4 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do so many people hate autistic people?

    Is it ignorance, stupidity or something else?
    Is it ignorance, stupidity or something else?
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can I get in trouble if an autistic kid at school gives me money?

    Basically I am in middle school, and last year I became friends with an Autistic boy, who would give me money on some occasions. I didn t like the idea of someone handing me money, but he would force me to take it. ( I still have the money, I would never spend it.) Now some kids have told the principal I scam him... show more
    Basically I am in middle school, and last year I became friends with an Autistic boy, who would give me money on some occasions. I didn t like the idea of someone handing me money, but he would force me to take it. ( I still have the money, I would never spend it.) Now some kids have told the principal I scam him and I am scared I will get in trouble. ( Would be my first time, I am a good student.) I would occasionally give him candy, so that was the reasoning of the scam. (I would be more than happy to give the money back.) Will I get in trouble???
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can an autistic person drive a car?

    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Does this boy sound autistic to you?

    I recently met a 19 year old boy who's very....different. Something's obviously wrong with him, but I don't know if it's autism or not and I'm obviously not going to be rude and ask. Here are some things that set him apart from other people: * His mother is ALWAYS with him, following him around... show more
    I recently met a 19 year old boy who's very....different. Something's obviously wrong with him, but I don't know if it's autism or not and I'm obviously not going to be rude and ask. Here are some things that set him apart from other people: * His mother is ALWAYS with him, following him around and treating him like a small child because that's what he acts like. She dresses him and makes all his meals. He can feed himself, but he's incapable of preparing any food. I'm not sure but I think she also has to bathe him....or at least help him bathe. * If he isn't comfortable or is in a bad mood, he'll just stare at people who talk to him and stay completely mute, even if they ask him a question. * I've seen him have breakdowns in public. He doesn't flail his hands around or hit himself like the typical autistic person, but he throws fits and starts hysterically screaming and crying. Sometimes he has to be grabbed and restrained until he calms down. * He's extremely naive — he has the mentality of a child. * If he talks to you, it's like talking to a 7 year old. He tells you things you don't care about and rambles on and on and on. Basically, like I've said several times, he's like a child. He isn't non functioning but he also isn't high functioning. Like a kid, he has to have help with nearly everything. Does this sound like autism or something else?
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • My solution to improve public education in inner city ghetto schools?

    Best answer: Better to try to teach them a trade or send them to the fields to replace the fruit picking beaners we deport.
    Best answer: Better to try to teach them a trade or send them to the fields to replace the fruit picking beaners we deport.
    4 answers · 1 month ago