What was the 1980's children's show that starred a pirate with a greasy mustache that would stop and ask questions to the children watching from home?
This has been bothering me for years! From what I've found, it was called I-Land Treasure. This link (http://www.gearbits.com/archives/2003/11/lost_forgotten.html) is to a message board, but if you ctrl+f for "i-land," you'll find it. I'm going to assume a woman whose mother was Lady Speakwell (the woman on the TV show) would remember the name of the show.
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What if your friend said she watches Pokemon and you asked her questions and she saidok ok you don't watch Pokemon And you watch Pokemon how do you stop her from copying you?
Really does it matter or not if she is watching the show.... She may just want to be cool and envious of you - she may not purposely be "copying" you but even if she is you sh…ould be flattered as she looks up to you. Its not that bad of a thing if she wants to be interested in the same things as you but if you find it bothers you tell her how this makes you feel - if your friends you should be able to talk about things. . shes just copyin ya cuz she looks up to ya! you dont own pokemon and neither does she, but if u make up something about it and its YOUR idea, then tell her, ask next timw before u copy me
Children ask many things about the Antarctic. Some of these are:"do bears live there?", "Do penguins live there?", and "Are theretrees there?".
Santa usually asks children what they want for Christmas and if they have been good all year.
because they are very curious about life
by putting a full stop on the end instead of a question mark like this how do you stop asking questions. or you could re-word it to say: tell me how to stop asking …questions. then you are getting the info you need without asking a question
What was the 1980's children's show about a dad and two children one girl and a boy named Jonah who would fly in on a float plane at the beginning of the show and rescue animals and do good?
What are questions people may ask you when you are watching The Rocky Horror Picture Show in the theater?
Have you seen The Rocky Horror Picture Show in a theater before? if not, you're considered a rhps "virgin" and may be asked to participate in a "virgin ritual". speaking from… experience, it's all in good fun. and it makes it more memorable. Who is your favorite character from Rocky Horror? hint hint- i would refrain from saying Brad. haha you can say Janet, but that just means you like sluts. =D How many times have you seen the movie on DVD/VHS? Just be Honest. personally, I've seen it a little more than 200 times on DVD. Best. Movie. Ever.
If you're having it built for you by a contractor (custom), I would make sure to ask the following: - How long in business and can I have a list of 5 current references? …- Are you licensed to build new homes in this state? - May I see a copy of the contract and have my lawyer review it? - Do you provide the blueprints or do I have to hire an architect? - Will you provide a completion schedule for the job and adhere to a penalty clause for late completion? - May I have copies of your liability and workman's compensation insurance certificates? These are the major questions that all homeowners should ask contractors before signing a contract or giving the contractor any money. There are others that are certainly helpful, but these are primary.
There is an old book called, "Questions Children Ask". It was written by Edith and Ernest Bonhivert.
There is a gland right at the back of children's heads that make them just keep wanting to know more! As you grow up the gland shrinks until when you are 80 it disappears comp…letely (why do you think adults never ask questions?) -What? Is that true, man? What is this "gland" called, Dude?
Never, ever stop asking questions . . .. unless somebody will smack you for asking them.
There are many questions parents will ask you about your child care qualifications - What kind of experience you have working with children. - If you have taken any child ca…re courses in child development, cpr, mandatory child abuse training, etc. - Your family background These are just a few of the questions parents have asked me over the past 30 years....
Ask a question isn't a question
Aaron will not ask questions when he is given the right answer!
The aboriginal children did chores in the kitchen.