How does it work writing a autobiography using real names of people and places?
What can be done and what can t? what do you need permission for and what not?
also names of movies, famous people, famous restaurants and real people and where they live?
wasn't it won by the British and Russians?
Juliet, Aurora, Malia, Hope, Ophelia, Mabel, Alexa, Jane, or Delia? I’ve been leaning towards Ophelia or Juliet. (It’s for a character in my story, I’m not naming a baby so feel free to simply say if they’re bad names :p). The character is a superhero, with a - of course - tragic backstory. She is a blonde teen...
Give people easy access to guns and the fact that most Americans are thick, it will keep happening.
Yes, every person is.
How utterly embarrassing and debasing.
God(s) is/are not real. If he/they were, he/they would have presented himself/themselves to the world by now. Religion is all fake superstitious nonsense invented by very primitive people to control other people for their own ends. Religion has been a very stagnating and...
America already had decent cars, decent housing conditions, central heating, decent clothes yet Britain didn't have any of these until a lot later. Britain was seriously the laughing stock of the world back then.
Other European countries were starting to get back on their feet again yet Britain looked as...
Because with A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) all the main cast were nominated, and nearly all won
Vivien Leigh won Best Actress, Karl Malden won Best Supporting Actor and Kim Hunter won Best Supporting Actress.
The only actor to not win an Oscar was Marlon Brando, and he was gay
It is a bit of a...
Im writing a book, and without going into two much detail it has two main nations and I need a good reason those nations split into multiple countries, I need them to make sense in this fantasy scenario and be realistic.
Nazi Germany: A country freed from international Jewry, that fought to the death to defend itself.
Soviet Union: A government run by the Jews, responsible for the murder of millions of Russians.
After the first few hours of the collision of forces north and west of Gettysburg, no. After that it was simply that Meade held interior lines and all he had to do was wait for Lees attack, time was on his side not Lees. Meade had the only high ground around, he also had Lee outnumbered. So the outcome was a...