• Is the phrase 'hell hath no fury, than a woman scorned' from the Bible? If it is, doesn't it make the Bible a little sexist?

    How many times have you heard of men who kill their ex-girlfriends/wives because she has ended her relationship with him? yet you rarely ever hear of women who do something similar
    How many times have you heard of men who kill their ex-girlfriends/wives because she has ended her relationship with him? yet you rarely ever hear of women who do something similar
    6 answers · 12 hours ago
  • 'For women, the best aphrodisiacs are words. The G-spot is in the ears. He who looks for it below there is wasting his time'.?

    'Write what should not be forgotten' 'I can promise you that women working together - linked, informed and educated - can bring peace and prosperity to this forsaken planet'. do you know who wrote these quotes and what do you think?
    'Write what should not be forgotten' 'I can promise you that women working together - linked, informed and educated - can bring peace and prosperity to this forsaken planet'. do you know who wrote these quotes and what do you think?
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • What did Seneca mean by "we must neither fear death too much, nor love life too much?"?

    What did Seneca mean by "we must neither fear death too much, nor love life too much?"?

    Best answer: I'm making a wild guess here - fearing death too much may cripple us, and loving life too would make death a very costly loss, which would also cripple us. I know philosophy likes talking in circles so here I am trying to draw circles LOL. My reading is probably inaccurate though. It's best to study a... show more
    Best answer: I'm making a wild guess here - fearing death too much may cripple us, and loving life too would make death a very costly loss, which would also cripple us. I know philosophy likes talking in circles so here I am trying to draw circles LOL.

    My reading is probably inaccurate though. It's best to study a quote in context(in this case, within the dialogue).
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • What is you favorite quote?

    Best answer: "Payday is Every Friday"
    Best answer: "Payday is Every Friday"
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What’s the Meaning of this Quote.....The sky is full of stars and he is was staring at her.?

    Best answer: Well
    The night sky is a very impressive sight.
    But it comes a very poor second to a pretty girl

    And to state the obvious
    A man is far more interested in a pretty girl than all the stars in the night sky.
    Best answer: Well
    The night sky is a very impressive sight.
    But it comes a very poor second to a pretty girl

    And to state the obvious
    A man is far more interested in a pretty girl than all the stars in the night sky.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • What should my senior quote be?

    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Hi guys! What's the meaning of this quote ? " I would prefer a sunflower over a dozen roses any day"?

    Best answer: Sunflowers symbolize adoration, loyalty, and longevity. Roses (red) symbolize love, romance, and passion. I would think the meaning is that the person feels that a gesture to symbolize adoration, loyalty, and longevity is more important and meaningful to them.
    Best answer: Sunflowers symbolize adoration, loyalty, and longevity. Roses (red) symbolize love, romance, and passion. I would think the meaning is that the person feels that a gesture to symbolize adoration, loyalty, and longevity is more important and meaningful to them.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What is the meaning of the quote below?

    Best answer: 'angel mother' aka DEAD Mother.
    Sure, it is merely verbal chrome of the day.
    Best answer: 'angel mother' aka DEAD Mother.
    Sure, it is merely verbal chrome of the day.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can you recite any famous "Shakespearean" quote out loud?

    Best answer: "To be or not to be."
    Best answer: "To be or not to be."
    9 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do you agree with the quote "Everybody around you is not your friend"?

    Best answer: That’s a huge big yes
    Best answer: That’s a huge big yes
    11 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why is there a listed ip address of the person i was chatting with on instagram?

    I was chatting with this person who says their from oklahoma. The ip address listed under their picture i found comes from cambridge Massachusetts institute of technology.
    I was chatting with this person who says their from oklahoma. The ip address listed under their picture i found comes from cambridge Massachusetts institute of technology.
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • What does Benjamin Franklin mean by "...since you are not sure of a minute, throw not away an hour"?

    Best answer: By "you are not sure of a minute", I think he means that nobody has any guarantee of any time remaining to them. It's a recognition that life is very uncertain. Every minute could literally be our last.
    Best answer: By "you are not sure of a minute", I think he means that nobody has any guarantee of any time remaining to them. It's a recognition that life is very uncertain. Every minute could literally be our last.
    4 answers · 1 month ago
  • What does this quote means: "Put me in a room with the same people who talk sh*t about me and watch how friendly they become."?

    Best answer: It implies that some people are two-faced -- that they will talk negatively about you, but will not say the same things TO you.
    Best answer: It implies that some people are two-faced -- that they will talk negatively about you, but will not say the same things TO you.
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Can you help with this famous air force quote?

    Best answer: dr. heimlich....

    the full quote was "ze air force ze stucken fooden-chunken out of ze craw..."
    Best answer: dr. heimlich....

    the full quote was "ze air force ze stucken fooden-chunken out of ze craw..."
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • Can someone give me the basic (most simplest) meaning of the quote "The Law must be stable yet it must not stand still"?

    Best answer: Being stable and not standing still are not mutually exclusive. We, for example, are quite capable of walking forward while remaining stable on our feet. Laws must be stable, meaning citizens must understand what the law requires of them and what happens when they break the law. This is the purpose of the... show more
    Best answer: Being stable and not standing still are not mutually exclusive. We, for example, are quite capable of walking forward while remaining stable on our feet.

    Laws must be stable, meaning citizens must understand what the law requires of them and what happens when they break the law. This is the purpose of the Constitution's Fifth Amendment guarantee of due process as well as the Eight Amendment guarantee against cruel and unusual punishment. If the law is arbitrarily, the law and justice become unstable and then so does order. People revolt when law becomes unstable and chaos ensures. The stability of law is what creates order.

    The law, however, must not stand still. That means that as society evolves, so too must the law. As societal norms and expectations change, including what a society deems unacceptable and minimally acceptable as well as other changes, like changes in culture, technology, etc., the law must be able to adapt so as to not become archaic and lose support of the masses.

    An example is the national speed limit. The law was stable, there were speed limits nationwide determined by states and everyone knew what to expect if they caught speeding. However, in the 1970's, due to the oil crisis when OPEC cut the US off from its oil supply and higher fuel consumption when cars drive faster speeds and due to an extremely high fatality rate in car accidents taking place at speeds over 60 mph, the law did not stand still but adapted. A national speed limit of 55 mph was enacted. Everyone knew what the speed limit was. Everyone knew the punishment for breaking the new speed limit. The law was stable. However, over the following two decades, as the United States secured its oil supply, even creating a national oil reserve so as to never be at the whim of OPEC again, and as technology improved such that cars became both much more fuel efficient, able to operate with equal efficiency at speeds of 70 mph as at 50 mph, and much safer with the advents of things like crumple zones, antilock brakes, airbags, etc., the reasons for enacting the 55 mph speed became less relevant and became superseded by a need for citizens to travel quickly and efficiently, so much so that citizens began speeding en masse, at one point the average speed on highways reaching 11 mph over the speed limit. Owing to that, the law again did not stand still and legislators raised the national speed limit to 70 mph in the mid-90's, creating a new stability.
    4 answers · 1 month ago