Adam had his own coat, Bill's hat, Chuck's gloves and Dan's cane.
Bill had Adam's gloves, his own coat, Chuck's cane and Dan's hat.
Chuck has Adam's cane, Bill's gloves, his own hat and Dan's coat.
Dan had Adam's hat, Bill's cane, Chuck's coat and his own gloves.
The son is 10 and the father is 40.
'I am lying'.
His horse is called Sunday!
Yes, because I love to waste my family's money on random things, and piss people off in the process.
It's not belief, it's exploring the possibility that there might be life outside of Earth. Similarly, there might not be, the scientists are just gathering evidence to put their belief one way or the other.
Only if the family feels that they cannot look after them or that they are a significant threat to society. My brother has autism and, although our family finds it very hard sometimes, in our current situation we would NEVER send him to live anywhere but with us. He has behavourial difficulties which have consequences but there is absolutely no need to take such severe measures and we would simply not do it.
Saying that, I've talked to people who have had children with such bad autism that they cannot function and put strain on their family every minute of the day and (although it is heartbreaking for them, and they visit often) they send their child/ren to live in a home. Although this must only be considered in the most serious situations, and should never happen when it is not needed, I completely understand some people's reasons for doing so. However, it should DEFINITELY not be the overall solution in treating people on the autistic spectrum.
I usually shave my legs every few days in the summer. In the winter, I only do it when the hair starts to annoy me, probably every two weeks or so.
We have people that aren't American and say 'mom' instead of 'mum' in the UK. People should be able to call their parents what they like (within reason) but personally it just annoys me and I wouldn't do it.
Nothing does not exist as there is not anything to exist. However, the concept of nothing exists, as there must be a way to describe it - nothing is something when describing the idea of it.
If you ate nothing for breakfast, that doesn't mean that you ate something, it just means you have a way to describe not having breakfast. Although we have created the idea of and a word for having nothing, which both exist, it doesn't stop nothing from not existing as an object.
Ok, reading this back is confusing me, sorry if it doesn't make any sense.