Resolved Question: If Heaven exists what
Based off of the Questionnaire used by Bernard Pivot and now used by James Lipton on Inside the Actors Studio. Just curious.
Posted on 16 August 2011 | 11:22 pm
Resolved Question: English text from french
Hi, even if my text is in English, it is too ''frenchy'' for my. Can you change some words, expressions or sentences for my text seems to be more english. Merci.
This year, the Eté du livre of Metz moved in spring (previous editions sere held in june), and set up at the Républic square. The festival created in 1965 offers book-signing sessions and meetings with famous authors with a different theme for each edition. From 5 to 15 autors, the event has grown until receive near from 180 writers this year, including the guest of honour Jean d'Ormesson, Bernard Pivot or Irène Frain.
2011 edition was lauched on Thursday at Center Pompidou by Amélie Nothomb with the main theme ''association between literature and journalism''. The next day was devoted to many workshops for children to encourage reading. From April 15 to 17, public and writers were welcomed in a tent of 1500m ², but also at St-Pierre-aux-Nonnains chucrh for conferences and debates, at the Lorraine Superior School of Art for readings or meetings at the Arsenal. Besides the authors, many journalists were invited such as the founder of the news website Mediapart that met the public at the Arsenal, PatriceDuhamel, or the president of France Television Patrick de Carolis. In addition, 25 youth authors and illustrators dedicated their comics. Thus, for 3 days, nearly 45,000 people attended the Summer Book.
Posted on 16 April 2011 | 10:56 pm
Resolved Question: Need some help on a
Alright. So my essays topic is as follows:
Lady Macbeth is the most interesting and complex character in the play. She is, in fact, the point on which the action pivots: without her there is no play.
I need 3 topics on her to discuss throughout my essay, ( how she is the main contributer)
I have one already.. How she pushes macbeth into believing he is a weakling, and he turns on his morals.
2 more! PLEASE help.
Posted on 20 December 2010 | 12:58 pm
Resolved Question: Inside the Actors
A little Bernard Pivot ? I'd be very interested to know peoples answers, please answer all..
What is your favorite word ?
What is your least favorite word ?
What turns you on ?
What turns you off ?
What sound or noise do you love ?
What sound or noise do you hate ?
What is your favorite curse word ? (just put f,b,s or w/e)
What profession other than your own would you like to attempt ?
What profession would you not like to do ?
If Heaven exists, what would you like to hear God say when you arrive at the Pearly Gates ? if your still in school just put what profession your going to do and which you don't want to.
Posted on 27 November 2010 | 7:55 am
Resolved Question: Are Kobe and LeBron
Because in MJs era hand checking was allowed, hence makes it easier to defend... but Kobe and LeBron have to guard a player without hand checking but are still good defenders.
BQ: Which era in the NBA history was the hardest for defenders? If they didn't call fouls on defenders back then, doesn't than mean it was easier to guard players? Not just Jordan but any player can hit you and you don't get fouls...? I don't give TDs BTW. I know they will call a foul at some point, but it's still easier for guards... because there is no star treatment and you can just hustle harder. BTW, I think MJ drew fouls as much as Durant, Kobe and LeBron do (on the offensive side)... just sayin KING, I have always said Jordan is BY FAR the best scorer in the history. The only other candidate is Chamberlain but I still think Jordan is better. But On other areas, I don't think MJ is the best. He is great but his scoring is what I think is best.
Posted on 19 April 2010 | 3:58 am