Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson answered HappyTwo BeHereTwo's question

I'm a goat with the ability to comprehend the English language, as well as [very small] fragments of other languages:

Où est le chapeau de fromage ?

Många potatisar, så många potatisar...

Enero, febrero, marzo, abril, mayo, junio, julio, agosto, septiembre, octubre, noviembre, diciembre... Estos son los doce meses del año, estos son los doceRead more

Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson thanked Ray Dart's answer

Radioactive isotopes are everywhere. The best-described is carbon-14 but that is only because it is useful (to understand) in other ways. And you have most of the naturally-occurring ones somewhere inside you to some lesser or greater extent. 

My "special power"? 

I'm sohh cool you could "keep a side of beef in me".

With apologies to Douglas Adams.

Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson thanked Gator Blu's answer

My first reaction is neither. I am happier where I am now than where I was 5 years ago. And my parents are getting older and have had some health issues pop up. I don't want to know if one or both are not going to be around in 5 years. With all that said … Read more

Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson answered Roy Roy's question

I would choose to go 5 years back into the past. As much as it would pain me to do so (to go back and relive some of the things that have happened) I would be able to avoid a lot of past conflicts, while retaining information that I have learnt in these 5 years, … Read more

Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson voted up Levi F.'s answer

"Imperfect" as a tense of other languages (it's not a term usually used in English grammar) is often translated as a past progressive in English: "I was walking down the street", "he was thinking about it", etc. It could also be translated with "would" or "used to" to indicate habitual action. "He would come here … Read more

Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson thanked Levi F.'s answer

"Imperfect" as a tense of other languages (it's not a term usually used in English grammar) is often translated as a past progressive in English: "I was walking down the street", "he was thinking about it", etc. It could also be translated with "would" or "used to" to indicate habitual action. "He would come here … Read more

Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson thanked HappyTwo BeHereTwo's answer

If you focus on the word "frequency,"  it helps.  When I rolled the dice, how "frequently" did I roll a 7? 

Understanding how to create a histogram is a prerequisite.  You have to record/chart the data before you can graph it.

http://onlinestatbook.com/2/graphing_distributions/histograms.html

Then:

http://onlinestatbook.com/2/graphing_distributions/freq_poly.html

This site has a Tutor Chat feature if … Read more

Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson thanked Deepak Suwalka's answer

Harry now  = x
Nick now =7x

Nick in 6 years = 7x+6
Harry in 6 years = x+6

Nick in 6 years = 5(Harry in 6 years)

7x+6 = 5(x+6)

So that's the one we want:  7x+6 = 5(x+6)

7x+6 = 5x+30

2x = 24

x =12

so Harry's age in 6 years will be … Read more

Goaty McSheepson
Goaty McSheepson voted up star gazing's answer

Nothing's wrong. Maybe society has made it feel somewhat shameful over all these decades, but there's a lot of people who question their sexuality too, and they're completely functioning and fit right in.

You need not feel pressure to tell anyone, because it's only your business and your S/O's.

Just take what comes and … Read more