which is more popular among business men? The 3 button or 4 button suit?
by John Connor 7 years ago
Why isn't my personally favorite tasting vegetable (parsnips) more popular with everyone?The parsnip ( Pastinaca sativa) is my favorite tasting of all vegetables. I enjoy them raw or cooked or for that matter burned to a crisp on our grill. Yet it is one of the least favorite vegetables and can be...
by Holle Abee 12 years ago
According to today's Gallup Poll, the favorable impression of democrats is the lowest in 18 years, with 41%. Republicans aren't doing much better, but they have edged out the democrats, with an approval of 42%.http://www.gallup.com/home.aspx
by scorpio777 12 years ago
why cricket becomes most popular.most of the people in different countries are saying they only watch cricket than any other game .is it good for other sports
by Peter Messerschmidt 9 years ago
Why are "meaningless" questions so much more popular than "real" questions?It seems to me that HP questions that actually have some "meat on their bones," and are asked to seek genuinely useful or important information often end up with four reads and no answers......
by Bill Russo 9 years ago
Is Google five times more popular than Bing or Yahoo?I noticed that in my recent Hub traffic, 1131 hits came from Google. Bing delivered only 186 and Yahoo trailed with 154. Based upon this, it does seem that Google is at least five times more popular than either of the other two search...
by prettydarkhorse 9 years ago
Can soccer become popular in the US? What should be done for it to reach the masses?Love for a particular sports is affected by lots of factors. It can be cultural. Do you think Americans will appreciate soccer more or they will never like it? What should soccer stakeholders need to do in...
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