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Grey Harmon commented
That is unreal. When I was on my way home from work one day (btw I'm in the muggy moonshine still riddled hills of Tennessee) and I got started by my phone buzzing on the passenger seat of my car and when I looked up, I was headed off the road. I over corrected and … Read more
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Grey Harmon answered Yin and Yang's question

Well, seeing as how you need a diploma or GED for most jobs, if someone hasn't gotten one of those yet, it can be really really tough to find someone to hire you.

My brother just started mowing lawns.  It's like working as a private contractor.  I do the same with computer repair and maintenance.  I … Read more

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Grey Harmon answered

Okay, the distance is 600 km.  But if I have it right, (haven't been doing enough math lately thisisembarrassing....) For you to find out the displacement, you need to know the starting and ending points of the car trip. 

The starting and ending points could be directional (S,W,N,E) or points (point X to point Y). … Read more

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Grey Harmon answered

Peacocks are like a mix between a swan and a chicken. 
Like the swan, they are much larger than a chicken and can fly quite a ways when frightened. 
Like a chicken,  they also can flog something that threatens them.  Both roosters and peacocks have spikes on their legs near their feet.  When flogging (attacking) … Read more

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Grey Harmon answered

1 an essential or distinctive characteristic, property, or attribute:

the chemical qualities of alcohol.


2 character or nature, as belonging to or distinguishing a thing:

the quality of a sound.