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How tall is the Incredible Hulk usually?

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The Incredible Hulk is 9'0 (9 foot, 0 inches)

Just as his appearance and personality have changed over the years, so has his height and weight. Here are some comparisons:

As Banner he is 5' 91/2" and 128lbs

As the Savage Hulk he was between 7' & 8' tall and weighed 1040-1400lbs.

As the grey Hulk he was 6' 6" tall and 900lbs

As the merged, intelligent Hulk he was 7' 6" and 1150lbs.

See: for full details of differing Hulk personalities.

Is Edward Furlong alive?

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No. Furlong's Quote I've always liked women. But I don't want somebody who likes me because I'm famous. I like girls who are intelligent and who are kind of quiet like me. -- IMDb Quotes: Edward Furlong

Did something bad happen to Beatrix Potter?

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yes she was slightly crazy. she would be known now as having a personality disorder. She also liked the odd affair or 2. Wrote cool books though!

How did Pete Wentz try to kill himself?

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=Back in 2005 Pete Wentz downed a hand of Atavan pills while sitting in a car in a parking lot. He called a friend who alerted his mother. This landed him in the hospital for about a week. He wrote the song 7 minutes in heaven(Atavan Heaven) about his suicide experience.==Additional songs he wrote from this experience include: I've got a dark alley and a bad idea that says you should shut your mouth(summer song), and hum hallelujah.=

What type of cancer did Bea Arthur die from?

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A family spokesman reported that Bea Arthur died of cancer, but did not specify what type. At this time, no further details have been released.

Is the metro a tabloid paper?

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Metro Magazine is a tabloid popular in the New York City area. It can be purchased from newspaper stands for 1 dollar every day of the week. The magazine is high quality and features more stories than in your traditional daily newspaper.

Did Beatrix Potter go to college?

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Beatrix Potter went to London University

How many copies of the End of Faith by Sam Harris have been sold?

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145000 copies have been sold (this number may be out dated) Answer The only way to answer your question accurately is to ask the publisher. Since, obviously you are a fan of Sam Harris, allow me to post some of his quotes. Sam Harris

American atheistic activist and author of Letter to a Christian Nation and The End of Faith Atheism is not a philosophy; it is not even a view of the world; it is simply an admission of the obvious. In fact, "atheism" is a term that should not even exist. No one ever needs to identify himself as a "non-astrologer" or a "non-alchemist." We do not have words for people who doubt that Elvis is still alive or that aliens have traversed the galaxy only to molest ranchers and their cattle. Atheism is nothing more than the noises reasonable people make in the presence of unjustified religious beliefs. An atheist is simply a person who believes that the 260 million Americans (87 percent of the population) claiming to "never doubt the extended of God" should be obliged to present evidence for his existence -- and, indeed, for his benevolence, given the relentless destruction of innocent human beings we witness in the world each day. An atheist is a person who believes that the murder of a single little girl -- once in a million years -- casts doubt upon the idea of a benevolent God.

-- Sam Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation pp 51-2 To speak plainly and truthfully about the state of our world -- to say, for instance, that the Bible and the Koran both contain mountains of life-destroying gibberish -- is antithetical to tolerance as moderates currently conceive it. But we can no longer afford the luxury of such political correctness. We must finally recognize the price we are paying to maintain the iconography of our ignorance.

-- Sam Harris, The End of Faith, excerpted in The Truthdig Interview (April 3, 2006) It is safe to say that almost every person living in New Orleans at the moment Hurricane Katrina struck shared your belief in an omnipotent, omniscient, and compassionate God. But what was God doing while Katrina laid waste to their city? Surely He heard the prayers of those elderly men and women who fled the rising waters for the safety of their attics, only to be slowly drowned there. These were people of faith. These were good men and women who had prayed throughout their lives. Do you have the courage to admit the obvious? These people died talking to an imaginary friend.

-- Sam Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation p 53 But the greatest problem with [Pascal's] wager -- and it is a problem that infects religious thinking generally -- is its suggestion that a rational person can knowingly will himself to believe a proposition for which he has no evidence. A person can profess any creed he likes, of course, but to really believe something, he must also believe that the belief under consideration is true. To believe that there is a God, for instance, is to believe that you are not just fooling rself; it is to believe that you stand in some relation to God's existence such that, if He didn't exist, you wouldn't believe in him. How does Pascal's wager fit into this scheme? It doesn't.

-- Sam Harris, "The Empty Wager" in On Faith [About] 120 million of us place the big bang 2,500 years after the Babylonians and Sumerians learned to brew beer. If our polls are to be trusted, nearly 230 million Americans believe that a book showing neither unity of style nor internal consistency was authored by an omniscient, omnipotent and omnipresent deity.

-- Sam Harris, The End of Faith, excerpted in The Truthdig Interview (April 3, 2006) Some ... sexist evil probably predates religion and can be ascribed to our biology, but there is no question that religion promulgates and renders sacrosanct attitudes toward women that would be unseemly in a brachiating ape.

-- Sam Harris, "God's Hostages" in On Faith Advance warning of Katrina's path was wrested from mute Nature by meteorological calculations and satellite imagery. God told no one of His plans. Had the residents of New Orleans been content to rely on the beneficence of God, they wouldn't have known that a killer hurricane was bearing down upon them until they felt the first gusts of wind on their faces. And yet, as will come as no surprise to you, a poll conducted by The Washington Post found that 80 percent of Katrina's survivors claim that the event only strengthened their faith in God.

-- Sam Harris, Letter to a Christian Nation p 53 While I heard many silly retorts to atheism at this conference, here is a list of those most in need of deflation by freethinkers:

1. Even though I'm an atheist, my friends are atheists, and we all get along fine without pretending to know that one of our books was written by the Creator of the universe, other people really do need religion. It is, therefore, wrong to criticize their faith.

2. People are not really motivated by religion. Religion is used as a rationale for other aims-political, economic, and social. Consequently, the specific content of religious doctrines is beside the point.

3. It is useless to argue against the veracity of religious doctrines, be¬cause religious people are not actually making claims about reality. Their claims are metaphorical or otherwise without real content. Hence, there is no conflict between religion and science.

4. Religion will always be with us. The idea that we might rid ourselves of it to any significant degree is quixotic, bordering on delusional. Dawkins and other strident opponents of religious faith are just wasting their time.

-- Sam Harris, "Beyond the Believers" in Free Inquiry (February-March, 2007) page 21

How did Beatrix Potter start writing?

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Beatrix potter written books such as -the tale of peter rabbit ,the tale of Timmy tiptoe,

the tale of the pie and the patty pan and the tale of johnny town mouse.

some of her stories where made in to films like the world of Beatrix potter

and all of these books where made for children!

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jade Merrick

When did bram stoker live?

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He was the author of the novel Dracula. Click on the 'Bram Stoker' link on this page to learn more about him.

What were the names of the actors and actresses in Charles Dickens' story A Christmas Carol?

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The film was a 1951 release and stared;

Alastair Sim ... Ebenezer Scrooge

Kathleen Harrison... Mrs. Dilber

Mervyn Johns ... Bob Cratchit

Hermione Baddeley ... Mrs. Cratchit

Michael Hordern ... Jacob Marley

George Cole ... Young Ebenezer Scrooge

John Charlesworth ... Peter Cratchit

Francis De Wolff ... Spirit of Christmas Present (as Francis de Wolff)

Rona Anderson ... Alice (Renamed from Belle)

Carol Marsh ... Fan Scrooge

Brian Worth ... Fred

Miles Malleson ... Old Joe

Ernest Thesiger ... The Undertaker

Glyn Dearman ... Tiny Tim

Michael Dolan ... Spirit of Christmas Past

Olga Edwardes ... Fred's Wife

Roddy Hughes ... Fezziwig

Hattie Jacques ... Mrs. Fezziwig

Eleanor Summerfield ...Miss Flora

Louise Hampton ... Laundress

Czeslaw Konarski ...

Spirit of Christmas Yet To Come

Eliot Makeham ... Mr. Snedrig

Peter Bull ... First Businessman, Narrator

Douglas Muir ... Second Businessman

Noel Howlett ... First Collector

Fred Johnson ... Second Collector

Henry Hewitt ... Mr. Rosehed

Hugh Dempster ... Mr. Groper

David Hannaford ... Boy Sent to Buy Turkey

Maire O'Neill ... Alice's Patient

Richard Pearson ... Mr. Tupper

Patrick Macnee ... Young Jacob Marley

Clifford Mollison ... Dick Wilkins

Jack Warner ... Mr. Jorkin

Rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Theresa Derrington ... Fred's Maid

Vi Kaley ... Old Lady Sitting By Stove At The Charity Hospital (uncredited)

Moiya Kelly ... Martha Cratchit (uncredited)

Lualle Kemp ... Mary Cratchit (uncredited)

Catherine Leach ... Belinda Cratchit (uncredited)

Derek Stephens ... Dancer at Fezziwig's (uncredited)

Tony Wager ... Fezziwig's Lad (uncredited)

Who is the smallest midget celebrity?

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Midgets "could be" taller. The term "dwarf" applies to a specific genetic condition that restricts the growth of the body as a whole. Unfortunately, the terms dwarf and midget are often used interchangably.

Is Dustin Keller married?

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not yet! he just got engaged last april, but see how long it lasts.....he has a wandering eye, and she has a shovel for gold

Who was the first person to appear on TIME Magazine's cover over 50 times?

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There have been many people that have appeared on the cover of Time magazine multiple times. Celebrities and powerful leaders or politicians have appeared on the cover more than once. For example, Richard Nixon appeared on the cover 55 times and Hillary Clinton has appeared on the cover 19 times. Others have appeared on the cover more than one time.

What movies has keira knightley been in?

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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

How relevant is Rachel Carson's 1962 book 'Silent Spring' today?

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As relevent as it was then. We live in a "Closed Environment" if we turn it into a "Sewer" we will be living in a "Sewer". And if the "Sewer" we create is not compatible with most of life on this planet, we are doomed. It's about as simple as that. Poke a big enough hole in the bottom of your boat and guess will sink ;-) TommyTrouble

What do poet laureates do?

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Government or institutions like Universities appoint poets to be poet laureate. In this way they become the official poet for that organization or body or nation, composing for special events. etc.

How do you be hulk?

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I'm sorry to tell you this, but in real life there is no one that can turn into the Hulk. That was purely a television show for the purpose of entertainment.

The conditions must be exactly right to turn into the hulk in real life

1...You must be a resident of a trailer park community...

2...You must be wearing a white wife beater t-shirt with BBQ stains on the front

3...Your first name must be a combination of 2 names such as Billy-Bubba, Henry-Joe, Jim-Bob,John-Jay or some other common hickish type double first name.

4..You must be severely intoxicated from drinking beer all day long..

5..You must assualt and batter your wife,girlfiend,sister,cousin or other type lover until the police are called..

6..Once Police are present and ordering you to go to the ground you then will have the power to turn into the hulk,your chest will puff up,your arms will flex and you begin walking like a monster all stiff legged towards the police as you begin to change into the hulk..

You must be very very quick to change into the hulk because if the police taze and pepper spray you before the transformation is complete you will revert back to a whining weak human rolling on the ground...

How much does Cartman weigh?

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South Park never confirms what Cartman's weight is.

It is estimated by fans of the show that he weighs at least 150 pounds.

What is Brendon Urie's favorite song?

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"In Your Eyes"- Peter Gabriel

How did Jacob Sartorius get famous?

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In 2014, when he was almost 12, he posted videos on YouTube, and lip-synching routines on, which led to actual singing performances.

What effect did pills have on Jonas and the other people who took them?

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The effect is that whenever they take the pills they forget a little memory of them like colors.

How old is KSI?

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He was born in 1993 so do the math.