Do redheads have any unique traits?
I have stawberry-blonde hair and I have heard things about redheads having a high tolerance for narcotics and stuff like that. Is this true? Is there any other cool stuff about us redheads?
On CHILDREN of the CORN...who is the redhead?
It was Courtney Gains who played Malachai in the 1984 version of "Children of the Corn": http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087050/ Courtney Gains credits as Malachai: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0301381/ I will agree, The Exorcist scared the willies out of me too. Not just because it 'could' happen, but because of the way it's just done right. No startling pop-outs to make you jump. It had plenty of suspense, a great story line and good plot development. But one of my favorite scary movies when I was young was the original "13 Ghosts". It's an old B&W movie with the cheesiest of 'special effects'. But to a 10 year old, it was spooky enough to ruin a few nights of sleep. Here's a link where you watch it on-line. http://www.crackle.com/c/13_Ghosts/13_Gh... I hope you watch it.
Are redheads a turn off?
A lot of guys at my school always make fun of redheaded girls or "firecrotchs" and it really kills me a little bit at a time, Im a redhead, but I always feel like the blonde girls are outbeating me in looks, like it's some sort of competition. I don't think I am gorgeous or anything, but average looking, what do you think guys, are redheads turn offs? Heres a picture of me, what do you think? http://s264.photobucket.com/albums/ii188/megalegging/?action=view¤t=069.jpg
A man says he has three children. The product of their age is 36. The sum of their age represents the number of windows of his house. His oldest son has blue eyes. What is the sum of their age?
[ Note: The Question was re-worded since I asked it. There wasn't the "blue eyes" or "number of windows" as originally stated.]Usually when this problem is given, there's an additional clue. Here's an example:Igor: I forgot how old your three kids are.Pavel: The product of their ages is 36.Igor: I still don't know their ages.Pavel: The sum of their ages is the same as your house number.Igor: I still don't know their ages.Pavel: The oldest one has red hair.Igor: Now I know their ages!The factorizations of 36 are:1,1,36 sum = 381,2,18 sum = 211,3,12 sum = 161,4,9 sum = 141,6,6 sum = 132,2,9 sum = 132,3,6 sum = 113,3,4 sum = 10For the problem posed as above, we know the ages are 2, 2, and 9.Why? Because 13 is the only duplicate sum. Igor would know the ages if Pavel's house number were any other. Because he needed an additional fact, and we know he has an _oldest_ child, then it must be 2,2,9To answer the second part of the question: there's no formal way to solve problems like this. You would enumerate the factorizations and then, given the clues in the question, see if you can make one answer logically fit the story. In this case 2,2,9 is the best fit.
Should I be having sex with my baby's father after breaking u?
im very sorry for your situation but i admire you that being HIV positive hasn't brought you down & that you are so confident many other girls wouldn't be as strong as you! but i think you should move on for your baby you have a baby you need to breathe for & you should do everything that you can for your babys happiness & think that if you are not happy your baby will eventually began to sense that your baby needs a stable relationship between you & your ex it seems to me like he can't make up his mind & you're not going to be available just when he wants you to be its either you guys try it one more time for the baby or both of you move on because its not healthy to be sleeping with each other & not because of your medical conditions but because its going to hurt you more confuse you & eventually the baby as time goes on if he can't make up his mind then move on or if you guys just need time then allow him to visit the baby but don't have sex with him! if you guys agree to try it one more time let go of everything seek therapy & if you know theres not much to do to make things better for the two of you then just move on because im sure you'll find a man that really loves you for who you are & i really do admire you for deciding to keep the baby after knowing your medical condition good luck & i hope everything works out for you
At what age does a baby learn how to walk?
Most babies take their first steps sometime between 9 and 12 months and are walking well by the time they're 14 or 15 months old. Don't worry if your child takes a little longer, though. Some perfectly normal children don't walk until they're 16 or 17 months old. During her first year, your baby is busy developing coordination and muscle strength in every part of her body. She'll learn to sit, roll over, and crawl before moving on to pulling up and standing at about 9 months.From then on, it's a matter of gaining confidence and balance. One day your child's standing against the couch – maybe sliding along it – and the next she's tottering hesitantly into your waiting arms. Then she's off and running, leaving babyhood behind.How to help your baby walkAs your baby learns to pull himself up to a standing position, he may need some help figuring out how to get back down again. If he gets stuck and cries for you, don't just pick him up and plop him down. Show him how to bend his knees so he can sit down without toppling over, and let him give it a try himself.You can encourage your baby to walk by standing or kneeling in front of him and holding out your hands. Or you might hold both his hands and let him walk toward you. He'll probably also enjoy a toddle truck or push toy that he can hold on to as he walks. (Look for toddle toys that are stable and have a wide base of support.)Always make sure your baby has a soft, safe environment in which to hone his new skills. Follow standard childproofing guidelines, and never leave your baby unattended.baby walkerThe American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) strongly discourages the use of baby walkers. Because they make it so easy for your child to get around, walkers can prevent a baby's upper leg muscles from developing correctly. And because they make it possible for a baby to reach hot items or poisons that a child wouldn't normally be able to get to, they're less safe.
Should I worry about my girlfriend being obsessed with babies?
Women have hormones that tell them to have babies, so that could explain part of it. But she does sound a little weird. Make sure you're using a condom. Personally, I wouldn't trust that she wouldn't "accidentally" miss a pill or two.
Has there ever been a study about red hair and a correlation with autism?
What an interesting question. I happen to have red hair, blue eyes, freckles, and very fair (pale) skin, so this topic piqued my curiosity. I did a quick Google search and found an interesting article/page called Autism and Redheads: The Canaries in the Epidemic Part 1. I can’t say I agree with everything that’s posted in that article, but I definitely found the additional links and studies in the article fascinating. My father is also on the spectrum, and he has red hair. My children also have red hair and Autism. My paternal grandfather was also a redhead and had diagnostic criteria been available during him time, he would have been on the spectrum.Based on what I’ve read, there’s a lack of funding for formal studies such as this, though I would be interested in seeing one.
Tell me what you think about these baby names.?
Kennidy is just an illiterate spelling of a boy's name or really a surname - Kennedy. I don't understand why people think that if they 'feminize' a boyish name with the spelling that magically it's now a cute, feminine name - it's still boyish. Kennedy to me is a surname and a boyish one. I don't like it at all for a female and IMO unisex names just means boyish and unfeminine for a girl almost always. Kynnedi looks flat out ILLITERATE. It makes you look uneducated and she will forever have to spell her name for EVERYONE. Why do that to your child? Ugh. Airalee looks made up and again she will forever have to spell her name for everyone but at least this name is semi feminine. Please don't UNIQUELY spell this name - it's SELFISH. How would that in any way every help your child? It just makes her parents look like they can not spell and it makes her forever have to pronounce and spell her name which gets old. It's really SAD that you feel like you have to come up with a UNIQUE name that is boyish or ugly or downright made up to make your child unique - maybe, just MAYBE she can be unique based on her PERSONALITY. Someone named Olivia or Isabelle or Brittany can still be unique. Parents who saddle their kids with horrible made up names are selfish. It's never in the best interest of the child and if your main objective is to be UNIQUE!1!!11!1!!11! then that is A problem. Aaylnn? wow.