Am I, a nonresident alien who is a "US resident for tax purposes", going to get the $600 US tax rebate check in 2008?
posted by tabulem
on Jan 24, 2008 -
Where would you visit in the lower 48 during the month of MARCH for a long weekend? Through an airline bungle, I have two tickets to use. The whole trip will be 4-5 days.
What events, conferences, shows, etc. are going on in MARCH that you would love to travel for? Alternatively, we could just do great "get away" spot that doesn't cost a fortune. Take me off the beaten path, folks. Show me the way.
Background re ticketholders: He is an Apple geek engineer with a Pruis, she is an art/history buff and foodie that works in the legal field. Both live in Northern California.
posted by ohjustsayso
on Jan 22, 2008 -
how many americans have died under individual U.S. presidents? (as a result of their actions, aka war - not natural causes) [more inside]
posted by krautland
on Aug 9, 2007 -
Lawfilter: Is there any actual law requiring Dual (US/Other) citizens to enter the United States as US citizens? [more inside]
posted by newatom
on Jun 19, 2007 -
I am looking for recipes that contain state names in their name. So far I have been able to come up with Baked Alaska, California Rolls and Mississippi Mud Pies. There have to be more, what am I missing?
posted by mailbox125
on Jun 11, 2007 -
I know ex-Presidents of the USA are still referred to as 'President' (presumably a courtesy term), so would a plane carrying a deceased ex-president still be referred to as 'Air Force One'?
posted by timpollard
on Jan 2, 2007 -
Two seemingly unrelated design/illustration questions:
1. What are some of the fonts that have associated with soft drink companies have used over the years? I realize those logos are hand-drawn, but some, like that for New Coke, seem to have clear typeface antecedents.
2. Where can I find vector-based maps of various states? Specifically, North Dakota. [more inside]
posted by blueshammer
on Feb 25, 2006 -
I am trying to find a list of cities that span two or more states (e.g. Kansas City MO/KS). Anyone?
posted by xmutex
on Aug 26, 2005 -
Can anyone help me find an internet puzzle or riddle involving the US states? [more inside]
posted by daninnj
on Aug 7, 2005 -
When the United States gets involved in litigation before the International Court of Justice, who makes all of the relevant litigation decisions? [more inside]
posted by willbaude
on Jun 21, 2005 -
What is the absolute minimum number of states required in a Turing Machine (that uses binary tape) for it to be able to serve as a Universal Turing Machine? [more inside]
posted by -harlequin-
on May 1, 2005 -
Does anyone remember the US States List puzzle? Was it ever resolved? (More inside, thank you please.) [more inside]
posted by kev23f
on Dec 6, 2004 -
I was looking at a spoof map showing the 'United States of Canada' and 'Jesusland'. In it, the 'blue' states were now part of Canada, and the 'red' states were what's left of the US. With the increasing divide between the two sides, what would happen if those 'blue' states seceded somehow. Don't they represent most of the economic prosperity in this country? And what does that fact say about the this country?
(I know this is not possible, but it is interesting to look at the relationship between economics and political leaning.)
posted by eas98
on Nov 5, 2004 -
Can someone please explain why a candidate gets all of the electoral votes in a given state if they have the majority of votes in that state?
Wouldn't it be more sensible and accurate to allow electoral votes to be distributed according to the percent of votes carried by each candidate in that state?
Am I missing something?
posted by fenriq
on Oct 8, 2004 -
Are there any good resources for searching United States Supreme Court Cases by which law was being challanged? Has the SC ever said a law banning interracial marriage is unconstitutional and on what grounds? (Hopefully an answers to the first question would allow me to answer the second on my own.)
posted by Apoch
on Aug 11, 2004 -
How many Generals or Admirals, 1-4 star, are in the US armed forces
posted by brent
on Mar 24, 2004 -