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minx_24.nik
- user joined since April 26, 2006
22 questions asked by this user
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Is suet supposed to dissolve fully when making pastry?
In Cooking, suet, pastry - asked by minx_24.nik - 1 answer - 9 years ago
Do you think there are any downsides to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs?
In children, United Nations, needs - asked by minx_24.nik - 1 answer - 9 years ago
Why do Sikhs often celebrate Hindu festivals?
In Religions, Hinduism, Sikhism - asked by minx_24.nik - 2 answers - 9 years ago
When is Diwali?
In Sikhism, Sikhs, Religions - asked by minx_24.nik - 3 answers - 9 years ago
Where are these flies coming from?
In insects and plants, insects, flies - asked by minx_24.nik - 1 answer - 9 years ago

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I think you've raised a very good point. As we already eat the cow/sheep or whatever then it seems ok to use its skin for clothes etc. Personally i wouldn't wear a fur coat...the idea repulses me...yet i wear leather!! Maybe it's because the fur makes it seem more like an animal? People that kill and eat seals (eg: Eskimos/Inuits) genuinely have a need for seal skins as they live in such a harsh climate and shops are not easy to get to, plus money etc etc!! Also they dont waste any of the animal...every part of the animal is put to good use. What i don't agree with is killing an animal JUST for its skin...to make a fashion statement. Is it cos i'm female (or some other reason) that i think seals are just sooo cute? And hopefully soon there will be a suitable alternative to the skins that are used for the bearskins worn by many soldiers.


Go To Question - asked by minx_24.nik - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Personally i enjoy getting drunk!! I dont get drunk to the point of oblivion but did when i was a lot younger. Its the feeling of letting my hair down and losing some of my inhibitions that i enjoy!!!! I'm more confident(although i am a confident person anyway)and as long as i'm not causing anybody else any trouble then i dont see the harm in it :o)


Go To Question - asked by minx_24.nik - 0 replies - 9 years ago

It depends whether the person is genuinely sorry for what they have done. All too often i think people say they are sorry and go through the motions but its just a pack of lies. I dont believe in the death penalty but when it comes to prison sentences life should mean life. I think as taxpayers we are paying for a lot of the criminals to live in relative comfort and yes i do object to that, very strongly. If you go to prison you should not be living in comfort. It makes the punishment ineffectual. The punishment should fit the crime. If Chindamo has learnt his lesson/been rehabilitated etc and is sorry for what hes done then yes he has paid his debt to society but as Neko says he will never be able to redeem himself in the eyes of Philip Lawrence's loved ones.


Go To Question - asked by minx_24.nik - 0 replies - 9 years ago

Might be to do with sweat?


Go To Question - asked by minx_24.nik - 0 replies - 9 years ago

If they could afford it they went to dance lessons. These days it doesnt matter if someone cant dance thankfully(i'm rubbish at it!!)but years ago it was considered important and as part of somebodys status.


Go To Question - asked by minx_24.nik - 0 replies - 9 years ago