Monthly Archives: January 2013

Your Questions About For Those About To Rock Tab

January 22, 2013

Mary asks…

songs to play on guitar?

I had my guitar about 2 months now and I am looking for good songs that I should be able to play? Also does anyone know where I can get the tabs for the song rock and roll train solo…the 100% right tabs?

admin answers:

Eddie money — take me home tonight

David asks…

Tell me about what YOU collect? even if your not too dedicated to it!?

I would really like to know! I love to collect things and would like to know some more interesting things that people collect.
I collect:
Pictures(Entire wall is a collage)
Movie stubs
Pop tabs
Makeup,Makeup brushes and Nail polish
Hair bands,headbands,hair clips etc.
Store bags(Victoria secret, Aeropostal,American eagle etc.)
Birthday Cards, drawings made for me,notes,receipts,gift cards,tickets,School papers,practically anything that has a memory that Id like to keep.
Phones,Any phone that I have ever owned.
Car emblems from the junkyard, Whenever I go with my dad we snatch up a couple.
And Diaries,lots of diaries of mine and lots that I haven’t used.

I Don’t mind if you state any of the things that I collect also, I’d just really like to know what other people collect :) Thank you.

admin answers:

Tea cups mostly, I love throwing tea parties so that I can get some use out of them
and antiques, mostly family ones, but any antique will do
History, I love learning about the past, especially about the US presidents, they’ve always interested me

Thomas asks…

Is my guitar teacher teaching me the right things?

I’ve been playing the guitar for 2 and a half years and I had a teacher before my current teacher who bailed on me. She was a woman and she taught me a few things for about 2 months but after awhile she stopped teaching me cuz she moved.

My current teacher has been teaching me for 2 years and doesn’t put focus on notes, but on tabs. He teaches me through songs and the scales he gives me are in tabs. He plays mostly rock songs and a few classical songs and is really good… bu the doesn’t teach me clasical songs.

He sort of forgets what he tells me the last week.

What are the basics that I should have known by now and what should I do if he’s not doing a good job?

I don’t wanna hurt his feelings and insult him…

Please help me so that I can become a good guitar player!!!

Oh yes, I also need suggestions on how often to practice…
I practice 2 hours every 4 days now…


admin answers:

Well, first of all, it depends on your learning speed. He probably is teaching you the right things, as the best way to learn is really to play other pieces of music, giving you a well rounded and experianced ability for guitar.

Whether or not to play actualy sheet music or tabs depends on your ability to read sheet music, and the style you play. If you can already read it at at least a moderate level, and prefer to play more classical music (or just music that is generally noted down with sheet music) then I would say mention it to him. One reason for it might be that he can’t read sheet music too well though.

If you prefer more popular music, or rock like you said he likes, then tabs would be the best and easiest way to learn. Also if you can’t read sheet music already then I would stick to tabs, because it really is way simpler and easier to understand.

By now you should probably know a few things, like the main open chords, aswell as the A and E shapes of barre chords with major, minor etc. And maybe some scales too. (I can’t be sure though, as i never had proper instruction).

If he forgets, don’t be afraid to remind him, he probably has many students and can’t keep track.

And finally, with the practicing, I wouldn’t stick to playing 2 hours a night, or any rigid schedule. As far as i’m concerned it should be easy and fun.

To be honest every four days probably isn’t enough to progress rapidly, so you could just do like an hour a night or even half an hour. Just spread it out.

You could sit and play for a while, and if you get bored, just whack on the TV and play softly over it.

Also, I would learn songs that relate to the lessons e.g. If you’re learning barre chords, play a song with various barre chords and lots of changes in between.

Sorry about the essay.

- Ali

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Your Questions About If You Choose To Accept This Mission

January 21, 2013

Michael asks…

Should i continue with this story?

In a story I want to write, there are 4 teens, with an epic mission, and a “chosen one” except the story will be written in the viewpoint of the friend of the chosen one- the sidekick, if you will. I realize this is a vague and cheesy description but I assure you the actual work will be better.

Well anyways this is a small scene I wrote. It’s the only thing I’ve written so far but here goes (oh and fyi, Demi is a witch, Ross is the narrator, Millie is the pretty love interest and Trey…well just read it):

“The savior,” Demi hisses, her eyes transfixed on her crystal ball, “is standing before us.”
What? Really? He’s here now?
I look across the room. It’s just the four of us. But who is this “savior”? I inspect the kids around me. Millie is biting her thumbnail, looking bored. Okay, she doesn’t even believe Demi, so not her. Trey isn’t nearly resourceful enough to save anyone, plus he can be pretty dense. So no to him. And Demi is the one telling the prophecy, so it can’t be her.
Which means….
My god! I know what this means! It means the savior, the chosen one, is…is…I feel a surge of self empowerment rush over me. I crack a smile and am about to accept my role as mankind’s redeemer, but a shriek from Millie cuts me off.
Jolted back into reality, I finally notice what the rest have already taken into account. There are a bunch of crazy, bright lights seeping out of Demi’s necklace, and floating across the room. The colors are overwhelming, and I’m not sure if I should be frightened or amazed. It’s as though the aurora borealis has somehow condensed and transported into this room.
However, that isn’t the only thing I notice. All the lights seem brighter in one spot of the room. In fact, it looks like they are all surrounding…Trey?
Oh no. You have got to be kidding me.
Trey is the chosen one?!

so, seem interesting enough? yay? nay? i admit, it can use improvement but do you like the writing style overall?
feedback is appreciated! thanks!
oh, one more thing. if you have any suggestions for the story, any at all…it’s still in its earliest stage. so if you have ideas for any epic missions or cool powers, feel free to share!

admin answers:

This is pretty interesting, and it’s refreshing to see it from the “sidekick’s” perspective. Also, your writing style is fine, and you don’t need much improvement.

As for epic mission ideas … Um, how about Trey losing his powers at one stage and Ross having to try and help/save him even though he hasn’t got any powers of his own. Or maybe you could have Millie do something really unexpected or heroic.

Hope this helped and good luck on your story :)

Maria asks…

Do you believe this amazing story?

Cardinal Nguyen Van Thuan (1928-2002): How faith survived in a Communist prison
Cardinal Francis Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan

The following are extracts from the late Cardinal Francis Xavier Nguyen Van Thuan’s address – “Experiencing God’s liberating power” – given at a religious education conference in Los Angeles prior to his death in 2002.
On 15 August 1975, on the Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady, I was invited to the Palace of Independence, the President’s Palace in Saigon, only to be arrested. The motive was that Pope Paul VI had transferred me from my diocese in Nha Trang where I had been bishop for eight years, between 1967 and 1975, to Saigon, to become Archbishop Coadjutor.
For the Communist Government this transfer, made one week before their arrival in Saigon, on 30 April 1975, was proof of a conspiracy between the Vatican and the “Imperialists”.
From the very first moment of my arrest, the words of Bishop John Walsh, who had been imprisoned for 12 years in Communist China, came to my mind. On the day of his liberation Bishop Walsh said, “I have spent half my life waiting.”
It is true. All prisoners, myself included, constantly wait to be let go. I decided then and there that my captivity would not be merely a time of resignation but a turning point in my life. I decided I would not wait. I would live the present moment and fill it with love. For if I wait, the things I wait for will never happen. The only thing that I can be sure of is that I am going to die.
No, I will not spend time waiting. I will live the present moment and fill it with love.
A straight line consists of millions of little points. Likewise, a lifetime consists of millions of seconds and minutes joined together. If every single point along the line is rightly set, the line will be straight. If every minute of a life is good, that life will be holy.
Alone in my prison cell, I continued to be tormented by the fact that I was forty-eight years old, in the prime of my life, that I had worked for eight years as a bishop and gained so much pastoral experience and there I was isolated, inactive and far from my people.
One night, from the depths of my heart I could hear a voice advising me: “Why torment yourself? You must discern between God and the works of God – everything you have done and desire to continue to do, pastoral visits, training seminarians, sisters and members of religious orders, building schools, evangelising non-Christians. All of that is excellent work, the work of God but it is not God! If God wants you to give it all up and put the work into his hands, do it and trust him. God will do the work infinitely better than you; he will entrust the work to others who are more able than you. You have only to choose God and not the works of God!”
This light totally changed my way of thinking. When the Communists put me in the hold of the boat, the Hai-Phong, along with 1500 other prisoners and moved us to the North, I said to myself, “Here is my cathedral, here are the people God has given me to care for, here is my mission: to ensure the presence of God among these, my despairing, miserable brothers. It is God’s will that I am here. I accept his will”. And from that minute onwards, a new peace filled my heart and stayed with me for thirteen years.
“Were you able to say Mass in prison?” is a question I have been asked many, many times. And when I say “Yes”, I can foretell the next question, “How did you get the bread and wine?”
I was taken to prison empty-handed. Later on, I was allowed to request the strict necessities like clothing, toothpaste, etc. I wrote home saying “Send me some wine as medication for stomach pains”. On the outside, the faithful understood what I meant.
They sent me a little bottle of Mass wine, with a label reading “medication for stomach pains”, as well as some hosts broken into small pieces.
The police asked me: “Do you have pains in your stomach?” “Yes.” “Here is some medicine for you!”
I will never be able to express the joy that was mine: each day, with three drops of wine, a drop of water in the palm of my hand, I celebrated my Mass.
The six Catholics in my group of 50 prisoners tried to stay together. We lined up the boards we were given as beds; they were about 20 inches wide. We slept close together in order to be able to pray during the night.
At 9.30 every evening when lights out rang everyone had to be lying down. I bent over my wooden board and celebrated Mass, by heart of course, and distributed Communion to my neighbours under their mosquito nets. We made tiny bags from cigarette paper to protect the Blessed Sacrament.
At night, the prisoners took turns and spent time in adoration. The Blessed Sacrament helped tremendously. Even Buddhists and other non-Christians were converted. The strength of the love of Jesus is irresistible. The darkness of the prison turned into light, the seed germinated silently in the storm.
One day I told a Communist cadre who was criticising the Church: “We have two different meanings for the same words. If you sincerely wish to understand the Church, to dialogue with Catholics, I propose to write an index of religious vocabulary in Latin, French, English, Italian, Spanish and Chinese with Vietnamese definitions. If you accept my offer, please give me some paper and a pen. He agreed and I began.
When the cadre returned, I explained a few words of the index to him, the meanings, the history and development of the Church, for instance, what is an abbot or what does monastical life involve, e.g., silence, poverty, obedience, chastity, fasting, manual work, pastoral and intellectual work, etc. His curiosity was aroused. Very slowly, I continued to explain the index, a kind of intensive catechism for Communist cadres! It was a way to dialogue in truth and love instead of debate and criticism.
I did the same with my guards who asked me to teach them foreign languages. They brought me French books. While teaching them French history, civilisation, literature and culture, I was able to explain the impact of the gospel on France and on European history and its culture.
When I began to discern between God and God’s works, when I chose God and His will and left everything else in His hands, and when I learned to love others, especially my enemies as Jesus loved me, I felt great peace in my heart. Deprived of freedom, of absolutely everything and living in extreme poverty in my dark cell, I was at peace because I could say, “My God and my all”. The peace that the world cannot give brought me great joy.
Prisoners held captive for very long periods, without trial and in oppressive conditions, retain bitter memories and sentiments of hate and vengeance. That’s a normal reaction. I was in prison for 13 years, nine of which were in solitary confinement. Two guards watched me but never spoke to me; just yes and no. But I knew that after all, they were my brothers and I had to be kind to them. I had no gift to offer as a prisoner I had nothing at all, nothing to please them. What to do?
One night, a thought came. “You are still very rich. You have the love of Christ in your heart. Love them as Jesus loves you“. The next day I set to work, first, by showing gladness and by smiling. I began to tell stories about my journeys in countries where people live in freedom and enjoy their culture and great technical progress. That stimulated their curiosity and they asked many, many questions. Slowly, very slowly, we became friends.
They wanted to learn foreign languages. My guards became my disciples! The atmosphere of the prison changed considerably.
At that time, in another part of the area, a group of twenty people were learning Latin to be able to read Church documents. Their teacher was a former catechist. One of my guards was in the Latin class and one day he asked me if I could teach him songs in Latin.
“There are so many “, I replied, “and they are all so beautiful”. “You sing and I’ll choose,” he retorted.
And so I sang Salve Regina, Salve Mater, Lauda Sion, Veni Creator, Ave Maris Stella. You‘ll never guess the song he chose. The Veni Creator! I can’t begin to tell you how moving it is to be in a Communist prison and hear your guard, coming down the stairs at seven every morning on his way to the gymnastics yard for physical exercises, singing the Veni Creator.
While at prison in Vinh-Quang in the mountains of North Vietnam, I was sawing wood one afternoon. I asked my ever-present guard, who had become my friend, if I could ask him for a favour. “What is it? I’ll help you.”
“I want to saw off a small piece of wood in the form of a cross.” “Don’t you know that’s strictly forbidden to have any sign of religion whatsoever?” “I promise to keep it hidden.” “But it would be extremely dangerous for the both of us.” “Close your eyes, I’ll do it right now and I’ll be very careful.”
He turned his back and left me alone. I sawed a small cross which I later hid in a piece of melted down soap. I have kept it always and had it mounted in a piece of metal and it has become my pectoral cross.
In another prison in Hanoi, I became friends with my guard and was able to request a piece of metal wire. He was terrified. “I studied in the University of Police that when someone wants electric wire he want is to kill himself!,” he cried.
I explained that Christians, and most of all priests, do not commit suicide.
“And so what are you going to do with electric wire?”, he asked.
“I need a chain to wear my cross.” “But how can you make a chain from wire?” “If you bring me two little pincers, I’ll show you.” “Much too dangerous!” “But we’re friends!”
He hesitated and finally said, “It’s too hard to refuse. Tonight at 7pm we’ll do it. But we have to finish before 11. I’ll have my companion take the evening off. If he knew, he’d denounce the both of us”. That evening, with the tools he brought, we cut and shaped and worked together to make my chain and we finished it before 11pm!
This cross and chain are not only my souvenir of captivity, as precious as that may seem. They are a constant reminder that only Christian charity can bring about a change of heart. Not arms, not threats, not the media. It was very hard for my guards to understand when I spoke about loving our enemies, reconciliation and forgiveness.
“Do you really love us?” “Yes, I really love you.” “Even when we cause you pain? When you suffer because you‘re in prison without trial?” “Look at all the years we’ve spent together. Of course, I love you!” “And when you get out, will you tell your people to find us and beat us and hurt our families?” “I’ll continue to love you even if you wish to kill me.” “But why?” “Because Jesus taught us to love always; if we don’t, we are no longer worthy to be called Christians.”
There is not enough time to tell you all the other moving stories which are proof of the liberating power of the love of Jesus.
The harsh years in prison pass very slowly. While suffering humiliation and abandonment, my only support and hope was the love of Mary, Our Blessed Mother. The wonderful servants of Mary – St Louis de Montfort, Don Bosco, Maximilian Kolbe – were my companions on the road of hope. They inspired me and gave me unwavering trust in the love of Mary, the Queen of the Apostles and Martyrs.
I said this prayer to Mary: “Mary, my Mother, if you know that I cannot be of any more use to the Church, grant me the grace to die here in prison and consummate my sacrifice. If you know that I can still be of use to the Church, grant me the grace of freedom on one of your feast days”.
In fact, on 21 November 1988, I was cooking my meal when I heard my guard being called to the phone. I had an idea it might be because of me. A few minutes after, the guard called to me. “Mr Thuan, have you finished eating?” “No, not yet.” “Right after your meal, go and see the chief – and good luck!” I was taken to meet the Minister of Police and after a brief conversation, he asked, “Do you wish to express any request?” “Yes, Mr Minister, I wish to be let free!” “When?” “Today!”
The Minister feigned surprise, but I knew the day had come. It was the Feast of the Presentation of Mary in the Temple and she was answering my prayer.
To counter the Minister’s surprise I replied, “You see, Mr Minister, I have been in prison for three pontificates: Paul VI, John Paul I, John Paul II. I have been here during the offices of four Secretary Generals of the Communist Party, Brezhnev, Andropov, Chernenko and Gorbachev.”
His eyes opened wide. “Yes”, that’s right. All right. Your request is granted. You are free.”
Reprinted from AD2000 Vol 16 No 4 (May 2003), p. 10

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admin answers:

Very nice story but a bit to long,when your in prison you cling to anything you can in order to get to the next day. 90% of prisoners turn to God. He was and is a very courageous man who was put through hell and back.

Robert asks…

Muslims I have a question for you about the Apostle Paul?

Contrary to popular Muslim belief, Paul never contradicted Jesus’ teachings. So why don’t you like Paul if the other Apostles accepted him and Jesus himself chose Paul.?

Here are things you need to know about Paul. None of these were written by PAUL:

*Paul heard a voice from Heaven. When He looked up, Jesus spoke to Him. The light from Heaven was so bright, it blinded Paul. He received his vision again 2 days later.
*He was accepted by the other Apostles
*Paul went on mission trips with other Apostles like Peter and Barnabas
*Paul was taught the teachings of Jesus by the 12 Apostles
*Once Paul converted, he was able to perform miracles just like the other Apostles.

Secondly, if you don’t like Paul’s teachings..DON’T READ THEM!
Muslims may not be aware of it, but Paul didn’t write the entire New Testament.

If you want to learn about things Jesus said from His original Apostles, then read:
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Here are some of the things Jesus said that were written by the Apostle John:

Jesus replied, “If I glorify myself, my glory means nothing. My Father, whom you claim as your God, is the one who glorifies me.”
(John 8:54)

“What about the one whom the Father set apart as his very own and sent into the world? Why then do you accuse me of blasphemy because I said, ‘I am God’s Son?”
(John 10:36)

“I and the Father are one”
(John 10:30)

THESE VERSES WERE NOT ADDED TO THE BIBLE!. If you can’t prove it, then don’t say it.

admin answers:


I don’t have any “problems or issues” with Apostle Paul (pbuh)…

A lot of Christians do… (my dad does for one)…

In fact… I happen to love the inspired words that he wrote in 1 Corinthians 13. They are some of the finest words ever written and they have helped me a lot in understanding love insha’Allah… And i am very grateful for them.

Wishing you well… Regards.

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Your Questions About An Impaired Immune System

January 20, 2013

Sharon asks…

If someone has full blown aids AND pneumonia, what are the chances for survival?

Also, what exactly is happening to the immune system with the addition of pneumonia?

admin answers:

The chances are low. The significance of pneumonia isn’t its effect on the immune system . The problem is that HIV impairs the immune enough that a person cannot get rid of pneumonia. Pneumonia easily becomes fatal.

Carol asks…

Does tooth extraction causes disruption in functioning of other parts of body?

Does it affects immune system of the body or other organs like kidney, liver, heart etc?

admin answers:

It affects the joint on your jaw which is also called Temporomandibular joint. When a permanent tooth is extracted other teeth will tend to take the space that it the extracted tooth left. And because teeth are moving the jaw will be affected causing pressure to the joint. Therefore theres a large possiblity that you will have TMJ disorder.

That is why TMJ dentists dont recommend much about extraction of teeth because of that.

“Disorders of the teeth can contribute to TMJ dysfunction.[13] Impaired tooth mobility and tooth loss can be caused by destruction of the supporting bone and by heavy forces being placed on teeth. The movement of the teeth affects how they contact one another when the mouth closes, and the overall relationship between the teeth, muscles, and joints can be altered. Pulpitis, inflammation of the dental pulp, is another symptom that may result from excessive surface erosion. Maybe the most important factor is the way the teeth meet together: the equilibration of forces of mastication and therefore the displacements of the condyle. Many report TMJ dysfunction after having their wisdom teeth extracted.” From Wikipedia Article for more information see my source

Betty asks…

Is there a pink eye doctor in the house?

i have pink eye and a prescription. i just want to know if pink eye is something that your immune system can build up against so you don’t get it again (like vaccines and some illnesses) or is it totally different?

admin answers:

No, you can’t build up an immunity to it.

Pink eye is either viral or bacterial. BOTH are highly contagious too. Here’s more from

Pinkeye (also called conjunctivitis) is redness and swelling of the conjunctiva, the mucous membrane that lines the eyelid and eye surface. The lining of the eye is usually clear. If irritation or infection occurs, the lining becomes red and swollen. See illustrations of a normal eye and one with conjunctivitis.

Pinkeye is very common. It usually is not serious and goes away in 7 to 10 days without medical treatment.

Common symptoms of pinkeye are:

Eye redness (hyperemia).
Swollen, red eyelids.
More tearing than usual.
Feeling as if something is in the eye (foreign-body sensation or keratoconjunctivitis).
An itching or burning feeling.
Mild sensitivity to light (photophobia).
Drainage from the eye.
Most cases of pinkeye are caused by:

Infections caused by viruses or bacteria.
Dry eyes from lack of tears or exposure to wind and sun.
Chemicals, fumes, or smoke (chemical conjunctivitis).
Viral and bacterial pinkeye are contagious and spread very easily. Since most pinkeye is caused by viruses for which there is usually no medical treatment, preventing its spread is important. Poor hand-washing is the main cause of the spread of pinkeye. Sharing an object, such as a washcloth or towel, with a person who has pinkeye can spread the infection. For tips on how to prevent the spread of pinkeye, see the Prevention section of this topic.

People with infectious pinkeye should not attend school or go to work until symptoms improve.

If the pinkeye is caused by a virus, the person can usually return to day care, school, or work when symptoms begin to improve, typically in 3 to 5 days. Medicines are not usually used to treat viral pinkeye, so it is important to prevent the spread of the infection. Pinkeye caused by a herpes virus, which is rare, can be treated with an antiviral medicine. Home treatment of viral pinkeye symptoms can help you feel more comfortable while the infection goes away.
If the pinkeye is caused by bacteria, the person can usually return to day care, school, or work 24 hours after an antibiotic has been started if symptoms have improved. Prescription antibiotic treatment usually kills the bacteria that cause pinkeye.
Pinkeye may be more serious if you:

Have a condition that decreases your body’s ability to fight infection (impaired immune system).
Have vision in only one eye.
Wear contact lenses.
Red eye
Red eye is a more general term that includes not only pinkeye but also many other problems that cause redness on or around the eye, not just the lining. Pinkeye is the main cause of red eye. Red eye has other causes, including:

Foreign bodies, such as dirt or bugs. For more information, go to the topic Objects in the Eye.
Scrapes, sores, or injury to or infection of deeper parts of the eye (for example, uveitis, iritis, or keratitis). For more information, go to the topic Eye Injuries.
Glaucoma. For more information, go to the topics Eye Problems, Noninjury or Glaucoma.
Infection of the eye socket and areas around the eye. For more information, go to the topic Eye Problems, Noninjury.
Swollen, red eyelids may also be caused by styes, a lump called a chalazion, inflammation of the eyelid (blepharitis), or tear deficiency (dry eyes). For more information, go to the topics Styes and Chalazia or Eyelid Problems (Blepharitis).

Review the Check Your Symptoms section to determine if and when you need to see a doctor.

You need to be on perscription eyedrops to get rid of the infection if it’s bacterial. If it’s viral, it will go away on its own.

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Your Questions About Google Images

January 19, 2013

Joseph asks…

How do I download a bunch of google images quickly?

How can I download all images from Google images? The original images that are linked from Google to other websites. Every time I try I end up at a site that seems to be malicious/full of popups.

Is there a way to download a bunch at once based on a search term or a program that does this for free?

admin answers:

Try Google Image Downloader.

Its free and lets you download up to 64 images at a time. You can add constraints like, Safe Filtering, Size, Color, Rights etc. Too!


“Google Image Downloader (GiD) allows you to download images by entering a search term. It then hits the internet and downloads the full sized images from all of the sites Google images returns. So what does this mean to you?”

There are other programs that do this but I don’t have any experience with them. GiD works well for me.

Betty asks…

What technique does the Chinese government use to make images in Google search not available?

Red crosses often show up during my searching on Google images search. These red crosses indicate image not available. Sometimes a whole search results page is full of red crosses, means 20 images are not available. I’ve heard that this is maybe due to network blockage since i’m in China. But how does the China government achieve this? What’s the technical details behind it? Lots of time my images search keywords are not in the black list, which means my keywords are not sensitive. What technique does the Chinese government use to make images in Google search not available?
It is not Google earth, it is Google images.

admin answers:

No technique really. They just send a list of areas they dont want google earth to display, and google doesnt show them.

Simple as that mate.

Sharon asks…

How to download multiple photos from google images at once?

Does anyone know how to download multiple images from the Google Images. I mean it takes so much time if you open each one and copy. Is there some method you can just get the large images by selecting their thumbnails. Is there some kind of software that really works or something?

admin answers:

A winner listens, a loser just waits until it is their turn to talk.

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Your Questions About If You Choose To Pull The Trigger

January 18, 2013

Mary asks…

Morality Test 2 – Oops(what if?)?

Hello humans, this is the second installment of our battery of test specifically selected to show the thought process of human-kind to our elders.

That being said, the information you are about to disclose is not subject to review or scrutiny by any official organization or government, human or otherwise.

Please keep the format of your answers to the given template, if you wish to add comments please indicate AFTER answering the question, to the best of your abilities

The following is a purely hypothetical situation and is in no way representative of your past and or future. Any similarities between said scenario and real-life incidents are pure coincidence and is not intended to expose your criminal nature.

There are no other possible answers other than the ones provided


You are walking down the street when a man with dark shades sitting by the sidewalk comes up to you, shoves you against the wall and holds a weapon to you. Luckily you are a 10th degree black belt in martial arts and are highly trained in the art of self-defense and within seconds, are able to escape and have your opponent in submission with the weapon under your control. Unfortunately your assailant’s struggle has caused you to lose control of the weapon and in an effort to reestablish your hold, you pull the trigger killing the your foe. As you sit there contemplating what you have done the police begin converge on the scene.

Do you?
A) Come clean, tell the whole story exactly as it happened and hope an eye-witness or security camera captures the incident
B) Come clean, turn yourself in and face the penalties for murder out of a guilty conscience
C) Flee the scene immediately and become a wanted fugitive, and move to another country
D) Shoot the officers
E) Shoot yourself

Please answer in the following format

I choose answer __, because __________, after ________, I plan to __________.


I choose answer C, because I have experience living outside the law, after I move out of the country, I plan to visit my family in South America and grow illegal substances for sale in the US.
Comments: Your superiority over the human species is far greater then comprehension. Bow down to the Ape Overlords. Now begins the New Age of wild behavior, homosexuality, violence, and AIDS….oh yeah, uhmmm Now begins the New Age of EVEN MORE wild behavior, homosexuality, violence and AIDS.

admin answers:

You really do not know much about the martial arts do you, because after taking the gun away from the stranger a martial artist wouldn’t even touch the gun to begin with. The gun would be knocked out of the hand and the assailant would end up on the ground knocked out, with no access to any gun.

Linda asks…

would you chance this…?

let’s say someone gave you an option… for one million bucks would you choose from 10 pistols laying on a table and you have to put one to your head and pull the trigger?(only one of the pistols has a bullet) if you pick one that doesn’t have the bullet you would win 1 million dollars would you do it?

my teacher was giving us random questions and i got this and i’m curious to wat you guys would do

i would not do it because with my luck i would choose the one with the bullet

admin answers:

I wouldn’t do it… And 1 million dollars isn’t near enough money…

Donald asks…

What would you do in a situation like this?

You wake up in a dark room, you cannot see anything. In your left hand you feel a phone, you can only move your thumb and it is positioned over the call button. In your right hand…
You feel the cold steel of a trigger and around it the pistol it is a part of.
Moving your head to the right you feel the barrel a centimeter from your head, positioned perfectly so that the bullet would travel right into your brain. You can only move your right index finger on the trigger, or your left thumb on the phone.
A light blares on to you, you can see that you are strapped into a chair and a gag is around your mouth, keeping you quiet.
You cannot hear the speaker as he says: “You have two choices. The phone in your hand is ready to be dialed, all you need to do is press the call button, it is the only button you can press. If you dial it, it will detonate a bomb on a plane, killing all aboard. It will also detonate a small charge inside the gun destroying the hammer. This call will also release the lock on a door and call the local authorities, they will come to you.
“On the other hand…you can pull the trigger of the gun and end your life, the sound will trigger a mechanism inside the phone, destroying it and saving the lives on the plane.
Choose, save yourself, or save the lives of those on a plane…”
The voice fades out…

What would you do? Assuming that this is all real and not some horrible nightmare?
This has nothing to do with hunting, I chose the category randomly.

If you do not do either in thirty minutes the gun and the phone will both go off killing you and everyone on the plane.

I’m not sure if it’s directly from a movie, but mostly it’s just from my brain

admin answers:

You’re supposed to turn off all cellular devices when on a plane. How is the bomb going to detonate, when the phone on the bomb is turned off?

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