hometagsloginregister

Ready to Participate?
Ready to Participate?
Get Started!
Log In

    earnshaw2002
  • Description:
  • Interests:
  • Located:
  • MSN:
  • AIM:
  • Homepage:
Avatar
earnshaw2002
- user joined since May 18, 2006
16 questions asked by this user
1063 answers given by this user

Questions

Did Jean Paul Sartre write a play called "In Camera"?
In Literature, Existentialism, Philosophy - asked by earnshaw2002 - 2 answers - 12 years ago
My Diplomas aren't showing! Should I be worried?
In Diplomas, IQ, Showing - asked by earnshaw2002 - 3 answers - 12 years ago
Wit and Wisdom!!
In General Knowledge, Culture - asked by earnshaw2002 - 2 answers - 12 years ago
Christmas and Ghosts seem to go together. Have you seen a Christmas Ghost, or have you heard tell of one?
In Christmas, Ghosts, Paranormal - asked by earnshaw2002 - 2 answers - 12 years ago
What was the best toy you ever got for Christmas and do you still have it?
In Christmas, General Interest - asked by earnshaw2002 - 2 answers - 12 years ago

Answers

What I can tell you is this:

"Also in Norfolk spitting on a seagull is not tolerated and punishable by law."

That's Norfolk, Virginia rather than Norfolk,UK but it may be worth bearing in mind.


Go To Question - asked by earnshaw2002 - 0 replies - 12 years ago

It's also short for "Canine" which is another word for "dog" of course!

Now, where was I? Oh, yes! Here is a list of the top ten highest mountains. It appears that Everest is still highest with K2 a close second...


http://www.infoplease.com/ipa/A0001771.html


Supplement from 01/30/2007 05:43am:

I think I rather lost the plot there and just repeated what everybody else had already said! It wasn't intentional.


Go To Question - asked by earnshaw2002 - 0 replies - 12 years ago

The original singer was Noel Harrison and the song, from the Faye Dunaway/Steve McQueen original, was called "Windmills Of Your Mind." I haven't seen the Pierce Brosnan remake so I'm not sure if it's the one you refer to.


Supplement from 12/31/2006 10:32am:

It begins, "Round, like a circle in a spiral,
Like a wheel within a wheel..."

If that's any help whatsover.


Supplement from 12/31/2006 10:35am:

A bit late this but I found this from Wikipedia:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Thomas_Crown_Affair_(1968_film)


Go To Question - asked by earnshaw2002 - 0 replies - 12 years ago

I've had expericence of a Freeview Box and a portable TV in a place where I once worked nights. Weather certainly affects the aerial and so, it seems, does the time of the evening. We would get a brilliant picture until 21.00 and then things would change drastically. Some nights, some channels would virtually disappear or be so fogged by interference as to make them unwatchable.


Go To Question - asked by earnshaw2002 - 0 replies - 12 years ago

I went to work! Considering I was just opposite Hyde Park it was extremely quiet. The only sign I had that anything was unusual was the London Eye changing colour. Didn't even hear or notice the fireworks! However, the morning was completey different. Never seen the centre of London so busy at 7 O'clock. People everywhere, not all of them entirely compos mentis.


Go To Question - asked by earnshaw2002 - 0 replies - 12 years ago