by rutley 10 years ago
Do you open a door for others or just yourself? Be honest!Some folks let it slam right in your face!
by Tubble 12 years ago
Are front doors supposed to open inward or out and why?
by oldandwise 10 years ago
Many people like to leave their bedroom doors open at night. In the event of a fire, this could prove deadly. By keeping the door closed you will buy some time from heat, fire and smoke. If your excuse is small children, purchase monitors and close the doors. Keep in mind, the smoke will kill you...
by Kathryn L Hill 3 years ago
would include the freedom to GO OUT! Then, anyone in the USA could travel into Mexico, set up businesses for the trading of goods and services ... And all sorts of wheelings-and-dealings would commence! ... and if Canada's borders disappeared, freedom of commerce would be EXTENDED even...
by ronhi 11 years ago
Those shops that are open 24/7, why do they have doors?I mean, they will never close the door, so why bother having the doors in the first place?
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