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Trading/sharing toys in public places?8Carry2017-11-30 09:49:22
Say your kids and some other kids are playing on one train track and they all have different trains. What if a kid wants to "trade trains" with your kid. Are you supposed to make your kid trade or does that kid just have to be happy he has a train?[View Answers]
MINECRAFT Pixel art ?0Khabo2012-11-06 08:43:16
Hi Ive Recently Started Playing Minecraft This Week, When I Realised .. Its Just Pixels ^.^ So Me And My Partner Spent A Few Hours Making Pictures.. Sevral Hours Later We Had 2 Pictures Took Ages... So My Qeustion Is A Two Parter... Does Any-One Have Any Pixel Art On There Maps? Would Any-One Be Willing To Share ? (By Share I Mean.. Trade Some Map Files ) .. I Have Made A "Sonic The Hedgehog", My Partner Made "Ash Ketchum" From Pokemon Yellow GBC Please Respond ...As Google Only Got Me "Bender" From Futurama =P[View Answers]
If China is the biggest military threat to the US. Y do we continue to trade & share technologies with China?1Bella C.2012-11-06 08:29:02
By Malcolm Moore in Shanghai Published: 4:53PM BST 09 Oct 2008 US told to increase nuclear arsenal as China threat looms The report said the US had allowed its nuclear stockpile to 'deteriorate' Photo: AP The International Security and Advisory Board (Isab), which reports to Condoleezza Rice, the US secretary of state, warned that "holding the US homeland hostage to missile attack is important to Chinese military goals". It claimed that China will have "in excess of 100 nuclear-armed missiles that could strike the United States" by 2015.[View Answers]
This is for my teacher. not asking?0MAMAbrown2012-11-06 08:20:28
By: Travis Anderson 6th hour The Mysteries Of Ancient Egypt The ancient Egyptians were very advanced for the period of time that they lived in. They build massive pyramids with only simple tools and brute strength. They carved out an empire the world would never forget. Society of Egypt was based almost solely around the gods they worshipped. They based their whole life around the afterlife and where they would end up in it. This is one similarity our society today has in common with the ancient Egyptians. We might not have the same gods but we share some of the same beliefs. (religion) The gods in Egypt were portrayed to having a men[View Answers]
Do you think George Soros is a dangerous man?0dheeraj2012-11-06 08:05:37
Soros was Obama's chief financial supporter. Soros bought the presidency for Obama. Soros also had the most to gain since he and Obama share a socialistic ideology. It makes no difference to me that he is an atheist who wants to legalize marijuana and supports assisted suicide. Those are his good qualities. His views on gun control and his insider trading activities are only a couple of his negative qualities. He has the money to be a player on the world stage and he exercises that ability to its fullest. The first link is a video from "The Manning Report". He explains how Soros in the puppet master and Obama is the puppet. http://www.break.com/usercontent/2009/1/[View Answers]
Why are protesters of "Occupy Wall Street" angry about corporate profits, considering they could buy stock?0 접속사 2012-11-06 07:04:56
I just don't understand why people would protest the profits of public companies. They could simply purchase stock (it would take 10 minutes on E-Trade, etc), and then share in the profits. So what are they mad about? By the way, I'm not a closed-minded right-winger that hates all protesters that question the status-quo. I'm simply trying to understand the mindset of these particular protesters because it makes zero sense to me. Thanks![View Answers]
Wash Sales -- Not trading a stock near end of the year?0ghost 2012-11-06 04:40:44
Filling out my returns, I have several wash sales that are causing headaches. However, for the securities with wash sales, I sold all the shares before the end of the year and haven't bought them back since then. (i.e. I traded in and out of XYZ back in May, triggering several wash sales, but sold the stock back then and haven't bought it since.) Since the result of these wash sales won't have an affect on my gains/losses in the 2007 tax year (none of the losses will be carried forward to this year) can I just report the transactions and not have to deal with figuring the wash sale amounts?[View Answers]
FREE TRADE AGREEMENT WITH THE US?0Makhmud2012-11-06 04:27:46
I have heard a fair share of opposition whenever certain countries wants to enter into agreement with the US regarding to a FTA, I have to admit my understanding of FTA is very limited, personally I always thought that FTA is a good thing, then again, I can only speak from my limited point of view. Can somebody please enlighten why is there so much opposition whenever the issue of FTA is raised, and what is its pro and cons?[View Answers]
What is the proedure for on line share trading?0riley1592012-11-06 01:41:41
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I really don't get how shares and equity work with private companies/LLCs and cooperatives?0fazilah edwin2012-11-06 00:32:18
Alright, there's a company that I know of that is organized as an LLC. Now, this company is ostensibly run as a cooperative, owned by its workers. I'm having trouble understanding how this can be possible, because when new members are brought in, it's not like you have to buy in or invest capital to get 'ownership' in this company, just after you work a certain number of hours, you allegedly become a co-owner. Also, apparently the founder/managing member owns 51% of the shares himself, so just how 'co-operative' it is, I don't know. I'm not even understanding how 'shares' really work with a company, especially a private company or an LLC. Are there a finite number of shares? Then how do companies seem to just keep selling shares? Like, look at publicly traded stock corporations. I can go invest money and buy as many shares in Wal-Mart or AT&T or Disney as I want, and it's not like they 'run out' of shares, is it? Is the company never completely 'owned', as in all of the shares? I just don't get the whole concept. Do they just keep splitting up the shares into smaller percentages to sell if they 'run out'? How do you determine who owns what percentage of the company, or even how much money a share is worth, or how many shares a company has total? Can the number of shares be arbitrarily increased/decreased? Wouldn't that affect the value of all the other shares? Anyway, to my original point, the workers (or "owners") aside from the one founder guy voted recently for a board of directors to handle things like profit distributions and such. Since the founder has 51% of the ownership, though, isn't it really a powerless override-able body? Or is the founder basically deferring his decision making power to them? Thanks. The whole concept of a worker cooperative, or at least a democratically governed private company intrigues me, especially for a smaller company, where the employees elect a board or council of some sort to manage the company on their behalf. I just don't get how actual ownership or equity investment plays into it, or even if a worker can even legitimately have a "say" in the company without buying or investing money into it.[View Answers]
Is this a good 9/11 story?0Cedquandra2012-11-05 23:54:27
As millions of people around the world took a moment of silence and bowed their heads to remember the tragic event of 9/11, so did all of the Strawberry Crest family. Eight years ago, on the morning of September 11, 19 Al-Qaeda terrorists hijacked four commercial jet airliners. The airliners were intentionally crashed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York. Within hours, both buildings collapsed killing thousands and destroying other nearby buildings. Hijackers crashed a third plane into the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C. The fourth plane crashed into a field in rural Pennsylvania. There were no survivors from any of the flights. Including the 19 hijackers, 2,993 people died in the planes and the World Trade Center. More than 90 countries lost citizens in the attacks on the World Trade Center. 411 emergency workers who responded to the scene died, risking their lives, in the attempt to rescue people and fight fires. Weeks after the attack the estimated death toll was over 6,000. To show that we remember, the football team and auxiliary team lined both sides of Gallagher Road, the main entrance to Strawberry Crest, and waved flags to honor those fallen heroes and citizens. Small Americans flags also lined the sidewalk on Gallagher Road all the way up to the school. Strawberry Crest lowered our flag to half mask to show our respect and sorrow. The most touching moment of the day was when the principal[View Answers]
Pokemon friend codes!?0Emad2012-11-05 23:02:43
Just wondering if any one whanted to share friend codes to trade pokemon? mine is 4811 4330 6686 and my name is Kaitlyn and was wondering if you could trade a level 70 charzard for a palika.[View Answers]
Sobering thoughts for UK / Irish feminists (see below) they are wrong?!?0Samatha Priest2012-11-05 20:10:26
Analysis of a recent police operation failed to find one woman who was forced into the Sex Trade By Kevin Myers Friday October 23 2009 IT has been an accepted "truth" over recent years that ruthless men have been trafficking helpless female sex-slaves into Ireland for prostitution. Why, even I believed it; and it's been a while since I was last invited into the feminist shower to share the soap. But a recent analysis of a nationwide police operation in Britain against sex-trafficking failed to find a single woman who had been forced into prostitution. Moreover, this absence of any suitable victims was effectively concealed in order to confirm the fiction of wholesale forcible trafficking. And the newspaper which revealed this was none other than the 'Guardian', which is not exactly famed for its Readers' Wives page. The British operation against sex traffickers, Operation Pentameter Two in which 528 people were arrested, was hailed by police and politicians as a great success. "Months of planning and intelligence-gathering from all the stakeholders involved" had, it was claimed, led to the break-up of major trafficking cartels: though anyone who could use "stakeholder" in such a context must be so deluded by the jargon of process and ideology as to utter any old rubbish. Which, as we now know, was the case. So of the 528 "arrests", 122 didn't happen. Someone either lied or got carried away. Moreover, nearly one-fifth of the 55 police forces participating in the British investigation arrested no one. Over half of the 406 arrests, 230, were of women -- so much for the ruthless male caricature -- and 106 of the 406 were released without charge. Some 200 of the 406 were cautioned or charged in connection with irrelevant, non-trafficking offences. Another 67 people were charged "in connection with trafficking", whatever that might mean: optics, probably. But even then, most of those charges simply vanished without trace in the bureaucratic maw. So, finally, 22 people were prosecuted -- including two women who had originally been "rescued" by police as victims of trafficking. Seven were acquitted. Of the 15 actually found guilty of bringing women into Britain to work as prostitutes, not one -- NOT ONE -- is known to have coerced anyone into selling sex. In other words, the imported girls chose to work as prostitutes. But thanks largely to the ideologically tainted data resulting from Operation Pentameter Two, the British parliament is passing a bill which will make it a criminal offence for a man to have sex with a prostitute who is "controlled for gain" even if he is ignorant of her condition. So if a man wants paid sex with a woman he will probably seek the services of a street walker, rather than a girl in a massage parlour. This could flush working girls on to the street, where they are more vulnerable to pimps and to violent sex offenders. But of course, the physical vulnerability of working girls is seldom high amongst the moral priorities of "reformers". The Irish support group for prostitutes, Ruhama, recently reported that more women in Ireland are working as prostitutes and blames the economic crisis. Which means, of course, that some women are choosing to make money through sex. Despite this, Ruhama wants men who use prostitutes to be criminalised -- which is rather like the Busworkers' Union demanding that passengers who pay bus fares should face imprisonment. Has Ruhama conducted a poll amongst the sex workers of Ireland about its policies? I suspect the girls would prefer the fuzz just left their punters alone. Simon Coveney TD put himself firmly on the side of the angels when he recently repeated the Rumaha demand. (Well, there's nothing really like imprisoning people and ruining their lives to make our self-appointed governesses feel better about themselves). HE declared that in Sweden the criminalisation of men who paid for sex had driven down the amount of prostitution. Where does that oft-repeated claim come from? If the sex trade has gone underground, how can the Sisters of Sweden confidently know how much illegal sex is going on? And might not the Mayor of Chicago have made the same claim about liquor in 1926? All gone; booze is history! Unsurprisingly, the National Women's Council here has never sought to defend the welfare and legal position of working girls, as working girls. For the feminist position on prostitution is predicated on a series of conjoined but contradictory intellectual principles, a fairly common phenomenon -- dare I say it -- within the female mind. One is that a) women are intrinsically victims, and b) women are intrinsically equal. Another bipolar twinset is that a) women's bodies are solely their own business, and b) women may not use their bodies for whatever purposes that feminists consider "degrading". There's nowhere you can logically go with that cerebral porridge so cut to the real agenda, the one that gives feminists goose-bumps of pleasure,[View Answers]
Free market theory 3 simple questions?0yamileth2012-11-05 18:06:09
If anyone would please tell me if I am right or wrong: After reading The Adventures of Jonathan Gullible these things came to my mind (note that I do NOT have economic education and therefore my remarks may be wrong): 1) Businessmen and economists forget that we have FINITE resources on this planet. A free-market society can only work for a few decades - before everyone realises the wastefullness and miseconomy of it. Due to competition, manufacturers are forced to lower the price also by using cheaper low-quality materials. What we get is a product that has a dramatically short lifespan and ends up at a junkyard. If they built things to last, with the best technology availible etc., the entire consumer cycle would stop and the economy would collapse. In short, creating something good destroys the economy. 2) Without a government, it would be a de-facto rule of the corporations. And since at the core of our wellbeing, in the capitalist society, lies profit, the owner wants the biggest share. Today we can see how huge corporations treat their employees - they fire hundreds from their jobs without remorse, saying how they are reducing outgoings, while the topmanagers continue to buy new cars and laptops every year. And those empoyees who do stay are forced to work thrice as hard for fear of losing their job. 4) Trading consumes much energy and resources. I see no sense in importing some fruit from another part of the world because it is cheaper than the one produced at home. Why the hell is price and profit everything we look at? When all the tries have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will we realise we can't eat money. Even today, the welfare of the whole society depends on the mercy of a select few 'investors' and such who decide where they want the economy to go. What's the use for electing politicians, anyway? Isn't politics meant to assure our welfare? Thank you[View Answers]
Rams lose and get Luck?0Regina2012-11-05 17:33:55
It shows on the nfl standings that the colts and rams share the leagues worst current record. It also has the Rams lower than the colts. Can somebody explain the tiebreaker, because I'm pretty sure the rams will lose this week and I'm rooting for st. Louis to get luck or let my redskins trade draft picks to get him[View Answers]
Freaky share sales worth pounds suddenly worth pennies?0OG2012-11-05 16:23:28
I hear their are a million share holders in one institution in Great Britain. Analogy, Lets say your house along with millions of other people was on average worth 10000pence for years and during a freaky set of conditions overnight people decided in the masses to put them on the market at lower and lower to an insane drop in prices to a value at 60pence. Why would everyone be so desperate to put such rapidly lowering price tag on their house ,Of course I am referring to the current share price of a well known institution and my question. Is there some legal compulsion to sell or trade when most people would just sit tight for a while and not trade, for example ,no one is buying or selling houses ?Any experts out there who has a light? cheer[View Answers]
I want to know everything about share market and trading.?0Ebby2012-11-05 14:42:36
Hello friends, I want to invest in share market, but i do not have much knowledge about different trends and terms relating to handling of shares. Please tell me about any website or book from which I can get complete knowledge about share market and trading in united states. please help.[View Answers]
How does the management of an exchange traded fund (ETF) make money when it is traded in the open market?0NEG 2012-11-05 13:09:41
For instance: If I bought a 100 shares of iShares Dow Jones US Real Estate (IYR) at $ 70.00 and sold at $75.00, how does iShares make money? I am paying the commision to my broker not iShares.[View Answers]
Mergers and acquisitions?0dolphino2012-11-05 12:55:42
a. are discouraged by the Federal Trade Commission b. are rare due to high merger costs c. provide the acquiring company instant market share d. all of the above [View Answers]
Has anyone used iweb to trade shares interested in experiences?0Charlotte Holmes2012-11-05 11:05:46
has anyone used iweb to trade shares interested in experiences Good or bad[View Answers]

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