Monday, December 5, 2011
Okay, first off, I'm very seldom right, so this is seriously bending me out of shape. This guy I'm dating told me that the little Dipper is comprised of some of the stars in the Orion constellation, and I said no, that Polaris (which is in Ursa Minor) was not part of Orion. Who is right? Please give me stats, not just "you're right", "he's right" Serious answers only, please.
Posted by Unknown at 10:43 PM
their just being teens. sounds like you need to get out of the house and relax. take a minute to calm down each time before you speak to/punish them. it will help you make a better decision on what to do with them.
Posted by Unknown at 10:17 PM
You should bring extra pants and shirts, sleeping bag and pillow, socks, if you have hiking boots bring those, I would go and get rain gear from like Walmart or something. A parka will also work but rain gear works the best.
Posted by Unknown at 10:05 PM
I am 66 yrs old, and have an old home. Am tearing out carpet the previous owner put in there; the concrete slab is 50 years old. Can i lay the self leveling material over the concrete slab before tiling; do I lay blue board before I put the tile down? Please help as much as possible with simple to understand instructions as I cannot afford to hire anyone to do this for me. Thank you so much
Posted by Unknown at 9:47 PM
Euphorbia lactea cristata subf. I think, I had to google the species name; it's a grafted cactus the bottom part is a different species. It's possibly because the roots on the top cactus are not very strong and grafting it gives a stronger faster growing root structure.
Posted by Unknown at 9:45 PM
the days in the arctic gradually shorten in late summer & autumn until there is perpetual darkness during the winter. The days closer to the equator shorten more gradually as the difference between day length in winter and summer is less pronounced. Therefore, there must be a day in spring and autumn where the day lenght is of roughly the same duration. When is it?
Posted by Unknown at 9:32 PM