• Since "Bowsette" is a fan-made Mario character that has become a worldwide phenomenon, what's the likelihood...?

    Nintendo will feature this character in a future Mario series game? Hi. I am just a little curious about this. There are certain fandoms for video games, and some people create fan-made characters, but it's a bit mind-boggling to me how ONE fan-made Mario character became SO popular. The story behind the character is... show more
    Nintendo will feature this character in a future Mario series game? Hi. I am just a little curious about this. There are certain fandoms for video games, and some people create fan-made characters, but it's a bit mind-boggling to me how ONE fan-made Mario character became SO popular. The story behind the character is here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bowsette An artist created "Bowsette" for an online comic strip which he posted on social media. Apparently MANY people took notice of "Bowsette" and the character took off like wildfire. Nintendo got wind of the character and refused to comment about her when the character was brought to their attention: https://www.thegamer.com/nintendo-bowset... I am guessing they don't want to hurt their family-friendly image, considering the fact that a LOT of art based on the character is solely pornographic. Porn artwork aside, what's the likelihood that Nintendo would feature "Bowsette" in an upcoming Mario series game? I'd like to think they would tone down her sex appeal and make her more modest if they do decide to make her canon. If they are so concerned about hurting their family-friendly image, why are they refusing to comment on "Bowsette" when they've sensualized Peach and Daisy in their Mario soccer games? I think they've done that to Peach and Daisy AND to Rosalina in some of their other Mario sports games too to an extent. Please help. Thank you.
    2 answers · Video & Online Games · 17 hours ago
  • Can you transfer or forward messages, pics and URL links from "WhatsApp" to "Messages" on a ZTE Tempo X smartphone...?

    And if so, how do I do that? Hi. I have a ZTE Tempo X smartphone, powered by Boost Mobile. I am running out of space on my phone. I want to get rid of "WhatsApp" which is taking up 59 MB. The phone has a capacity of 8 GB, and I only have 162 MB of free space available. I have to free up some space on the phone- I kept getting warning... show more
    And if so, how do I do that? Hi. I have a ZTE Tempo X smartphone, powered by Boost Mobile. I am running out of space on my phone. I want to get rid of "WhatsApp" which is taking up 59 MB. The phone has a capacity of 8 GB, and I only have 162 MB of free space available. I have to free up some space on the phone- I kept getting warning messages that state I was running out of space. If all of the space gets used up the functionality of the phone will be affected. I already can't use "Sound Recorder" on it- there's not enough space to make and save recordings in it. Before I uninstall "WhatsApp" I would like to know if I can you transfer or forward messages, pics and URL links from "WhatsApp" to "Messages" on my phone, and if so, how do I do that? Please help- thank you.
    Cell Phones & Plans · 22 hours ago
  • Which ideology has the bigger cult following: "Flat Earth" or "Electric Universe"?

    Hi. I'm curious about this. I know a guy who claims to be a Christian, yet believes in the Flat Earth ideology. Flat-earthers believe that the world's a flat disk or plane. They think NASA lied about the world being round and their other scientific claims. FE'ers refuse to believe the world is round, despite there being photos taken of... show more
    Hi. I'm curious about this. I know a guy who claims to be a Christian, yet believes in the Flat Earth ideology. Flat-earthers believe that the world's a flat disk or plane. They think NASA lied about the world being round and their other scientific claims. FE'ers refuse to believe the world is round, despite there being photos taken of Earth from space and that it's been proven time and time again for CENTURIES that the world is round. They think photos taken of Earth from space are fake, and that NASA has some hidden agenda they are trying to suppress from the general public. Adherents of the Electric Universe theory believe that electricity plays an important part in the formation of the universe. Electric currents that flow along plasma filaments shape and power galaxies. The currents stream into stars, powering them like fluorescent bulbs. They induce the births of planets. Craters on those planets come from electrical arcs, like lightning bolts, that sear the surfaces. Which ideology has a bigger cult following: "Flat Earth" or "Electric Science"? My "friend" actually believes the earth is flat, because the Bible uses phrases like "corners (Rev. 1, Ezekiel 7:2, Isaiah 11:12)", "ends (Isaiah 41:5, Job 37:3 and 38:13)" and "edges of the earth (Job 38:13)." Isaiah 40:22 says "circle of the Earth". I told him about this, and he argues that a flat disc can be round. I think he's a Fundamentalist- he's taking Scriptures literally. Please help- thank you.
    2 answers · Astronomy & Space · 2 days ago
  • Poll: What's the most racist thing you've learned about recently?

    Hi. I recently saw this: http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/07/09/mexican.comic/index.html# I didn't know such a racially-offensive comic book/strip character existed, in this day and age. I am not really surprised- people down in Latin America don't see anything wrong with depicting African Americans this way. I have seen some doc on TV showing... show more
    Hi. I recently saw this: http://www.cnn.com/2008/US/07/09/mexican... I didn't know such a racially-offensive comic book/strip character existed, in this day and age. I am not really surprised- people down in Latin America don't see anything wrong with depicting African Americans this way. I have seen some doc on TV showing how Latin Americans depict African Americans in their entertainment- some of their depictions are VERY racist. In some circles in some Asian countries Blacks are depicted in a similar manner. I am African American and I am a little offended by the character and the character's mother. I am glad the American store who was carrying merch based on this character recalled all of it. Doesn't really bother me THAT much though. I am a Christian and a cartoonist. I would probably be more offended if some American depicted African Americans in such a racist manner. Honestly, I thought that was some monkey character from some comic when I first saw it in the article. I kid you not. I am glad African American activists saw the character and the character's mother and spoke up about it. What about you? What's the most racist thing you've learned about recently? Please help- thank you.
    4 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 days ago
  • Which ideology has the bigger cult following: "Flat Earth" or "Electric Universe"?

    Hi. I'm curious about this. I know a guy who claims to be a Christian, yet believes in the Flat Earth ideology. Flat-earthers believe that the world's a flat disk or plane. They think NASA lied about the world being round and their other scientific claims. FE'ers refuse to believe the world is round, despite there being photos taken of... show more
    Hi. I'm curious about this. I know a guy who claims to be a Christian, yet believes in the Flat Earth ideology. Flat-earthers believe that the world's a flat disk or plane. They think NASA lied about the world being round and their other scientific claims. FE'ers refuse to believe the world is round, despite there being photos taken of Earth from space and that it's been proven time and time again for CENTURIES that the world is round. They think photos taken of Earth from space are fake, and that NASA has some hidden agenda they are trying to suppress from the general public. Adherents of the Electric Universe theory believe that electricity plays an important part in the formation of the universe. Electric currents that flow along plasma filaments shape and power galaxies. The currents stream into stars, powering them like fluorescent bulbs. They induce the births of planets. Craters on those planets come from electrical arcs, like lightning bolts, that sear the surfaces. Which ideology has a bigger cult following: "Flat Earth" or "Electric Science"? My "friend" actually believes the earth is flat, because the Bible uses phrases like "corners (Rev. 1, Ezekiel 7:2, Isaiah 11:12)", "ends (Isaiah 41:5, Job 37:3 and 38:13)" and "edges of the earth (Job 38:13)." Isiah 40:22 says "circle of the Earth". I told him about this, and he argues that a flat disc can be round. I think he's a Fundamentalist- he's taking Scriptures literally. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago
  • Which ideology has the bigger cult following: "Flat Earth" or "Electric Science"?

    Hi. I am curious about this. I know a guy who claims to be a Christian, yet believes in the Flat Earth ideology. Flat-earthers believe that the world is a flat disk or plane. They think NASA lied to people about the world being round and their other scientific claims. FE'ers refuse to believe the world is round, despite there being photos taken... show more
    Hi. I am curious about this. I know a guy who claims to be a Christian, yet believes in the Flat Earth ideology. Flat-earthers believe that the world is a flat disk or plane. They think NASA lied to people about the world being round and their other scientific claims. FE'ers refuse to believe the world is round, despite there being photos taken of Earth from space and that it's been proven time and time again for CENTURIES that the world is round. They think photos taken of Earth from space are fake, and that NASA has some hidden agenda they are trying to suppress from the general public. Adherents of the Electric Universe theory believe that electricity plays an important part in the formation of the universe. Electric currents that flow along plasma filaments shape and power galaxies. The currents stream into stars, powering them like fluorescent bulbs. They induce the births of planets. Craters on those planets come from electrical arcs, like lightning bolts, that sear the surfaces. Which ideology has a bigger cult following: "Flat Earth" or "Electric Science"? My "friend" actually believes the earth is flat, because the Bible uses phrases like "corners (Rev. 1, Ezekiel 7:2, Isaiah 11:12)", "ends (Isaiah 41:5, Job 37:3 and 38:13)" and "edges of the earth (Job 38:13)." Isiah 40:22 says "circle of the Earth". I told him about this, and he argues that a flat disc can be round. I think he's a Fundamentalist. He's taking Scriptures literally. Please help- thank you.
    4 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 days ago
  • Is it appropriate to put titles of large works in quotes when you CAN'T italicize them?

    Hi. I am kind of a stickler for correct punctuation and grammar. According to what I found online: Italics are used for large works, names of vehicles, and movie and television show titles. Quotation marks are reserved for sections of works, like the titles of chapters, magazine articles, poems, and short stories. Use italics for titles such... show more
    Hi. I am kind of a stickler for correct punctuation and grammar. According to what I found online: Italics are used for large works, names of vehicles, and movie and television show titles. Quotation marks are reserved for sections of works, like the titles of chapters, magazine articles, poems, and short stories. Use italics for titles such as: books & novels. magazines, journals & newspapers. book-length poems, collections, and anthologies. CDs, albums, ballets, operas, and classical music compositions. television series, plays, movies & films, and video games. websites. works of art and art exhibits. There IS no italicization function in Yahoo! Answers, and Ctrl+1 does not work in here either. I would like to index the titles of things like TV show shows and movies and video games in questions on here. You aren't supposed to put them in quotes. The rules for quotation marks around titles vary depending on which style guide you follow. In general, you should italicize the titles of long works, like books, movies, or record albums. Use quotation marks for the titles of shorter pieces of work: poems, articles, book chapters, songs, T.V. episodes, etc. How are you supposed to index certain titles of works on Yahoo! Answers when you AREN'T supposed to use quotes and you CAN'T italicize them? Please help- thank you.
    Yahoo Answers · 4 days ago
  • Is it appropriate to put titles of large works in quotes when you CAN'T italicize them?

    Hi. I am kind of a stickler for correct punctuation and grammar. According to what I found online: Italics are used for large works, names of vehicles, and movie and television show titles. Quotation marks are reserved for sections of works, like the titles of chapters, magazine articles, poems, and short stories. Use italics for titles such... show more
    Hi. I am kind of a stickler for correct punctuation and grammar. According to what I found online: Italics are used for large works, names of vehicles, and movie and television show titles. Quotation marks are reserved for sections of works, like the titles of chapters, magazine articles, poems, and short stories. Use italics for titles such as: books & novels. magazines, journals & newspapers. book-length poems, collections, and anthologies. CDs, albums, ballets, operas, and classical music compositions. television series, plays, movies & films, and video games. websites. works of art and art exhibits. There IS no italicization function in Yahoo! Answers, and Ctrl+1 does not work in here either. I would like to index the titles of things like TV show shows and movies and video games in questions on here. You aren't supposed to put them in quotes. The rules for quotation marks around titles vary depending on which style guide you follow. In general, you should italicize the titles of long works, like books, movies, or record albums. Use quotation marks for the titles of shorter pieces of work: poems, articles, book chapters, songs, T.V. episodes, etc. How are you supposed to index certain titles of works on Yahoo! Answers when you AREN'T supposed to use quotes and you CAN'T italicize them? Please help- thank you.
    Languages · 4 days ago
  • Poll: What was the weirdest thing you've experienced recently?

    One night, a few weeks ago, I was outside in the plaza parking lot when I had finished my grocery shopping for the evening, after the supermarket I usually shop in had closed. I was in the lot just about to leave and go home, and I turned my head when I heard and saw the supermarket employes burst of the vestibule that leads to the entry of the... show more
    One night, a few weeks ago, I was outside in the plaza parking lot when I had finished my grocery shopping for the evening, after the supermarket I usually shop in had closed. I was in the lot just about to leave and go home, and I turned my head when I heard and saw the supermarket employes burst of the vestibule that leads to the entry of the supermarket and stand around chatting in front of the supermarket. I overheard them talk about the new Aquaman movie that just came out, then they disappeared back into the store, and I got my pushcart full of groceries and left the lot to go home. That was weird, because I wasn't expecting THOSE people to come out of the store and talk about some pop culture thing. Sometimes they stand around the front of the store chatting when the store is closed, but that was a first for me- I have never seen and/or heard them do that before. That's probably no different than the time I was at a Walmart or Target store in a nearby town one night a few years ago, grocery shopping, and overhearing store employees talk about some recent Star Wars film that came out at the time. What about you? What was the weirdest thing you've experienced recently? Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Polls & Surveys · 4 days ago
  • How are you supposed to index certain titles of works on Yahoo! Answers when you AREN'T supposed to use quotes and you CAN'T italicize them?

    Hi. I am kind of a stickle for correct punctuation and grammar. According to what I found online: Italics are used for large works, names of vehicles, and movie and television show titles. Quotation marks are reserved for sections of works, like the titles of chapters, magazine articles, poems, and short stories. Use italics for titles such... show more
    Hi. I am kind of a stickle for correct punctuation and grammar. According to what I found online: Italics are used for large works, names of vehicles, and movie and television show titles. Quotation marks are reserved for sections of works, like the titles of chapters, magazine articles, poems, and short stories. Use italics for titles such as: books & novels. magazines, journals & newspapers. book-length poems, collections, and anthologies. CDs, albums, ballets, operas, and classical music compositions. television series, plays, movies & films, and video games. websites. works of art and art exhibits. There IS no italicization function in Yahoo! Answers, and Ctrl+1 does not work in here either. I would like to index the titles of things like TV show shows and movies and video games in questions on here. You aren't supposed to put them in quotes. The rules for quotation marks around titles vary depending on which style guide you follow. In general, you should italicize the titles of long works, like books, movies, or record albums. Use quotation marks for the titles of shorter pieces of work: poems, articles, book chapters, songs, T.V. episodes, etc. How are you supposed to index certain titles of works on Yahoo! Answers when you AREN'T supposed to use quotes and you CAN'T italicize them? Please help- thank you.
    6 answers · Yahoo Answers · 4 days ago
  • What are/were Stan Lee's best and worst, and most and least memorable non-Marvel comics-related projects?

    Stan Lee, of Marvel Comics fame, passed away around mid-November 2018. In light of this, I am a little surprised no one else thought, as far as I know, to ask this question on here. Even though Lee retired from Marvel in the '90s and remained a public figurehead for Marvel since then and became Chairman Emeritus for Marvel, which meant he took... show more
    Stan Lee, of Marvel Comics fame, passed away around mid-November 2018. In light of this, I am a little surprised no one else thought, as far as I know, to ask this question on here. Even though Lee retired from Marvel in the '90s and remained a public figurehead for Marvel since then and became Chairman Emeritus for Marvel, which meant he took on an advisoral/consultory role for the people at Marvel, Lee still continued to work in the comics industry on projects outside of Marvel. There's a handful of non-Marvel comics-related projects Lee worked on: http://sciencefiction.com/2018/11/23/10-... https://www.cbr.com/stan-lee-15-non-marv... There's a few non-Marvel comics-related projects I can think of off-hand I know Lee created: The Stripperella series, which starred Pamela Anderson: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stripperel... The Just Imagine... series Lee did for DC Comics: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Just_Imagine... in which Lee reinvented a number of DC's superheroes in a series of one-shots. The Guardians Project, which was a team of superheroes Lee created to represent each team in the NHL: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Guardian_Project_(comics) I'm a little surprised the first two links I posted don't mention this project. What are/were Stan Lee's best and worst, and most and least memorable non-Marvel comics-related projects? Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Comics & Animation · 6 days ago
  • Poll: What's the creepiest video game you've played recently?

    Hi. I just recently discovered the Candy Crush Soda app on my smartphone and I decided to play Candy Crush Soda to pass the time. I kind of like it, but the male voiceover in the game just seems a bit unsettling to me. The game is supposed to be kid-friendly or all-ages but the voiceover has a Barry White-like vibe about it. What about you? What... show more
    Hi. I just recently discovered the Candy Crush Soda app on my smartphone and I decided to play Candy Crush Soda to pass the time. I kind of like it, but the male voiceover in the game just seems a bit unsettling to me. The game is supposed to be kid-friendly or all-ages but the voiceover has a Barry White-like vibe about it. What about you? What do you think is the creepiest video game you've played lately? I am curious- please help. Thank you.
    2 answers · Polls & Surveys · 7 days ago
  • Do they have voice modifiers for voice actors that can modify your voice to sound sound like anyone you want?

    Hi. People who create voices for fictional characters can do this a number of ways. I know many professional voice actors are capable of voicing multiple characters and making their voices all sound different, but sometimes voices are created articiducaly. For example, when Mel Blanc voiced Daffy Duck and Sylvester, He did the Sylvester one and this... show more
    Hi. People who create voices for fictional characters can do this a number of ways. I know many professional voice actors are capable of voicing multiple characters and making their voices all sound different, but sometimes voices are created articiducaly. For example, when Mel Blanc voiced Daffy Duck and Sylvester, He did the Sylvester one and this voice was sped up for the Daffy one. Normal people's voices were sped up for both Disney's chipmunks and for Alvin and the Chipmunks. There's probably other ways people can create character voices, by tweaking and other means, but I'm not an expert on this. Do they have voice modifiers that can make you sound like anyone you want to? Any type of character voice you want? If I wanted to create a girl's voice, do they have a voice modifier that would make me sound like one? I would like to create some voices for some animated projects. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Software · 1 week ago
  • What percent of African Americans in this day and age wear Afros?

    Hi. I'm just curious. I'm an African American. I have been wearing my hair in an Afro for years. For decades. People I know have criticized me, because I still wear my hair in Afro in this day and age. I know of a few African American celebs who wear their hair in Afros in this day and age- Reggie Watts, Lenny Kravitz, Questlove and... show more
    Hi. I'm just curious. I'm an African American. I have been wearing my hair in an Afro for years. For decades. People I know have criticized me, because I still wear my hair in Afro in this day and age. I know of a few African American celebs who wear their hair in Afros in this day and age- Reggie Watts, Lenny Kravitz, Questlove and Redfoo. I saw an African American woman with an Afro on an episode of a court show recently. I am just curious- please help. Thank you.
    4 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 1 week ago
  • Can you trace or copy and scan animation hand drawings into Flash? Can you still make Flash animations using paper some kind of way?

    Hi. I don't know that much about Adobe Flash, but I'd like to get it. I know people use it in conjunction with a (WACOM) stylus pad - people draw freehand on the stylus pad. I would like to make drawings on animation paper, and then trace them on my stylus pad into Flash, or copy and scan the animation hand drawings into Flash. Can I do... show more
    Hi. I don't know that much about Adobe Flash, but I'd like to get it. I know people use it in conjunction with a (WACOM) stylus pad - people draw freehand on the stylus pad. I would like to make drawings on animation paper, and then trace them on my stylus pad into Flash, or copy and scan the animation hand drawings into Flash. Can I do that? If I can copy and scan the drawings into Flash, how do I do that? Can you still make Flash animations using paper some kind of way? Please help. Thank you.
    2 answers · Software · 1 week ago
  • Is royalty-free, or public domain or generic music the SAME thing (I'm referring to music that doesn't involve copyrights)?

    Hi. I asked in another question where do people get the generic music they use when making and uploading web videos (on YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.): https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20181201200817AAMFTNS By "generic" music I meant non-copyrighted music, but is this the same thing as Is royalty-free music or public... show more
    Hi. I asked in another question where do people get the generic music they use when making and uploading web videos (on YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.): https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index... By "generic" music I meant non-copyrighted music, but is this the same thing as Is royalty-free music or public domain music? I am perhaps getting myself a little confused over the terminology being used here. I just want to know if these terms all mean the same thing. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Other - Music · 1 week ago
  • Is royalty-free, or public domain or generic music the SAME thing (I'm referring to music that doesn't involve copyrights)?

    Hi. I asked in another question where do people get the generic music they use when making and uploading web videos (on YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.): https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20181201200817AAMFTNS By "generic" music I meant non-copyrighted music, but is this the same thing as Is royalty-free music or public... show more
    Hi. I asked in another question where do people get the generic music they use when making and uploading web videos (on YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.): https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index... By "generic" music I meant non-copyrighted music, but is this the same thing as Is royalty-free music or public domain music? I am perhaps getting myself a little confused over the terminology being used here. I just want to know if these terms all mean the same thing. Please help- thank you.
    1 answer · Law & Ethics · 1 week ago
  • Is royalty-free, or public domain or generic music the SAME thing (I'm referring to music that doesn't involve copyrights)?

    Hi. I asked in another question where do people get the generic music they use when making and uploading web videos (on YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.): https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20181201200817AAMFTNS By "generic" music I meant non-copyrighted music, but is this the same thing as Is royalty-free music or public... show more
    Hi. I asked in another question where do people get the generic music they use when making and uploading web videos (on YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.): https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index... By "generic" music I meant non-copyrighted music, but is this the same thing as Is royalty-free music or public domain music? I am perhaps getting myself a little confused over the terminology being used here. I just want to know if these terms all mean the same thing. Please help- thank you.
    2 answers · Other - Music · 1 week ago
  • Is Hollywood and the animation industry doing anything special to pay tribute to Spongebob's creator who just passed?

    Stephen Hillenburg, the man who created Spongebob Squarepants, passed recently, on 11/26/18. Is Hollywood and the animation community doing anything special to pay tribute to him? I am curious- please help. Thank you.
    Stephen Hillenburg, the man who created Spongebob Squarepants, passed recently, on 11/26/18. Is Hollywood and the animation community doing anything special to pay tribute to him? I am curious- please help. Thank you.
    1 answer · Comics & Animation · 2 weeks ago
  • Where do people get the generic music they use when making and uploading web videos (on YouTube, Dailymotion, Metacafe, etc.)?

    Hi. I have noticed on video sites like YouTube, Dailymotion and Metacafe, people upload videos that use generic music, but where do people get their music from? Do they have people create the music for them, or do they get their music from some public domain library or from some online source, or elsewhere? I was told if you use copyrighted music... show more
    Hi. I have noticed on video sites like YouTube, Dailymotion and Metacafe, people upload videos that use generic music, but where do people get their music from? Do they have people create the music for them, or do they get their music from some public domain library or from some online source, or elsewhere? I was told if you use copyrighted music without permission on YouTube, and I presume also on Dailymotion, and Metacafe and other web video sites, you can get in trouble. I would like to produce some animated videos and comics videos on these sites and I would like to use generic music. I just want to know where people get the generic music from when they make their videos. Please help- thank you.
    3 answers · Other - Internet · 2 weeks ago