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Questions – Tough Questions About How-To

Answers to the Tough Questions People Asked

Question – Who…

I decided to ask some questions. Well, the beginning of some questions, partial ones, you might say. First, let me explain. Growing up, my parents always taught me to ask who, what, why, where, and when. It has always been a kind of golden mantra of discerning the details and facts of a situation or story. I looked up those questions on the site Answer The Public.

Answer The Public is a search engine that helps users find answers to some questions. Answer The Public is a search engine that helps users find answers to some questions.

I have compiled some of the more interesting or coherent results below and have attempted to answer them. Keep checking back, as the list is extremely long. It will take quite some time to work through. Even with a separate post for each word.

  • Please feel free to weigh in with your comments and have your say.

Question -Are Who and Me Pronouns?

  • A word can be both a noun and a pronoun. Who is a relative pronoun, meaning it’s like this other word ‘who’ in sentences? Me, is an objective personal pronoun, meaning it’s like this other word ‘me’ in sentences.

Question -Are Who and Whom Interchangeable.

  • There are two different words that sound the same but have different meanings. One word is who and one word is whom. For example, if someone says, The lady who I hired, “ then they should use whom instead of who, because who is being used as the object of the verb hired. I personally would say, the lady that I hired!

Question – Can the Word Who Be a Subject

  • Some people think that “who” can be a subject, but other people don’t think so. It all depends on whom you, are asking what day of the week it is, and which way the wind is blowing when they are answering your question. Sometimes words change their meanings over time, too, so we don’t really know if this answer will still be true later on.

Questions – Can Animals Be Referred to as Who?

  • Animals that have names should be referred to as who, while animals without names should be referred to like that or which. I would go one step further and always refer to the animal by name if they have one. That is just me, and yes, if I had a dog, it would sleep in the house and probably in bed with me and be part of the family.

Question – Who Is the Richest Person in the World

  • Most people think that Bill Gates is the richest person in the world, but there are many others. One of these people is Elon Musk. He has been recognized for making an enormous amount of money from founding Tesla and SpaceX. He was also listed as one of the most influential inventors by Intellectual Property Magazine for his work on electrical vehicles and solar power technology.
  • Some might say that his best work came from coming up with PayPal back when he was still working at Zip2 Inc., which he co-founded back in 1995. According to Forbes, Elon Musk is the richest person alive with a net worth of $219 billion. His fortune does not even include his recently acquired 9.2% equity stake in Twitter. Jeff Bezos comes in second place.

Question – When Was the Who Established

  • The WHO (World Health Organization) came into force on 7 April 1948. We celebrate that day every year as World Health Day. It came about after diplomats from the United Nations met in 1945. One of the things they discussed was setting up a global health organization.

Question – Who Is the Oldest Person in the World

  • The oldest living person as verified by the Guinness Book of Records is Lucile Randon, from France. She was 118 years and 73 days old, as confirmed on 25 April 2022. She is also the record holder for ‘the oldest person living (female). Jeanne Calment from France had an age that was recorded to be 122 years and 164 days, making her the oldest verified woman ever.
  • The two people who were previously claimed to be contenders for this title – according to the Guinness Book of Records – are Sarah Knauss in Pennsylvania (USA), at 119 years; and Emma Morano-Martinuzzi in Italy, at 115 years. Both Ms. Knauss and Ms. Morano-Martinuzzi are now believed to have died some time ago, so they cannot retake their claim to being the world’s eldest individual.

Mini Feature – People Asked Who to Notify When Someone Dies UK

What Do I Need to Do Straight Away?

  • If someone dies at home, and their death is expected, as in the case of a terminal illness, find out who the family doctor and closest relative is and call them. If death is expected, for example, due to a terminal illness, in most cases, the doctor will issue a medical certificate of the cause of death, so the death can be registered at the Register Office. Once death has been confirmed, you will be issued a death certificate.
  • Having spoken with the GP practice and when you feel ready to do so, you can contact a funeral director. If someone dies at home unexpectedly. Call 111 immediately and ask for advice. In the event of an unexpected death, a coroner is typically required to conduct an investigation. Coroners are doctors or lawyers that specialize in this. They may want to do a post-mortemFpeople or inquest in order to find out what happened.
  • In the meantime, the funeral may need to be delayed. Upon death, a hospital will usually issue a medical certificate and an official notice of death. It will support you with the next steps that you need to take. The body typically stays in the hospital mortuary until either the funeral director or relatives arrange for a funeral, or the body is taken home. You have 5 days to register the death after it’s occurred.

Dealing With Body Collection

  • Handling a death is challenging enough, but when you have to handle a body that’s been dead for more than 24 hours, things get even more complicated. The first question is who should be notified. If you knew him or her, well, maybe it was you. If not, find out from relatives or colleagues who would be better placed to make an announcement. You need to inform all next of kin before anything else can happen.
  • There are a few questions people often ask when they’re handling a death, so here are some answers. When do I call someone? The main question people want to be answered is when they should start calling family and friends on behalf of their loved ones. Usually, you’ll want to wait until after a post-mortem has taken place (although there may be circumstances where family members insist on being informed earlier).
  • This will vary depending on what happened, but you can contact them within 48 hours of passing.

If a UK Citizen Dies Abroad

  • If you are traveling outside the UK and a family member dies, contact the nearest British embassy, High Commission, or consulate for advice on what to do. In the event that you are on a package holiday, you should tell the package organizer’s representative as soon as you can so that some sort of arrangements can be made.
  • Tour operators like this usually have some sort of welfare team that can help with these types of arrangements. Also, follow the laws of the country where they die.
  • Click HERE – Link to a Good Article From Citizens Advice UK

Dealing With Funeral Arrangements

  • When a loved one passes away, it can be difficult to know who to notify. This can be particularly tricky if you’re new to an area or don’t have many friends nearby. Here is a list of people who may need to be notified following a death. The deceased’s immediate family (spouse, children, and parents) Close relatives and friends (aunts, uncles, and cousins) Friends from work, neighbors, a doctor or nurse, a lawyer, an accountant, a priest, minister, rabbi, imam, etc.
  • The funeral director or mortician if you plan on holding a service at a funeral home. The coroner’s office will determine if the death was sudden or suspicious. If there is no immediate family, try contacting close friends of your parents who may be able to help with arrangements.
  • If there are no close family members or friends available, contact your local council as they will have information about organizations that can help you make arrangements for a simple burial.

Where Do I Register a Death?

  • There are death certificates and registrations of death to be done through the registry office. Be prepared. When you go to the registrar’s office, you will need to take with you the death certificate, certified by a doctor, which details the cause of death. If possible, you should also take with you the deceased’s birth certificate, NHS medical card or number, marriage or civil partnership certificate, driving license, and proof of their address.
  • You will need to share their full name, date, place of birth, date, and place of death. current address, and the name, occupation, and date of birth of their spouse or civil partner to complete this.

Dealing With Estate Administration

  • There are a lot of questions people have about dealing with estate administration, but one of the most frequent is: Who should be notified? There are strict guidelines for dealing with estate administration, and many people don’t want to make mistakes when it comes to notifying individuals.
  • This can be a sensitive topic for some families, so we’ve put together some guidelines for who should and shouldn’t be notified during estate administration.

Question – Who Are the Queens Children?

  • Queen Elizabeth II, The Queen of England, has four children. They are Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward.

Thorne1983, Prince Andrew at the National Memorial Arboretum, CC BY-SA 3.0

Northern Ireland Office, Prince Edward February 2015, CC BY 2.0

Who Bombed Pearl Harbor

  • Japan – One of the most significant attacks against America took place at Pearl Harbor. On December 7th, 1941, just before 8 am, hundreds of Japanese fighter planes descended on the base where they destroyed or damaged nearly 20 American naval vessels and over 300 airplanes.
  • This action killed 2,400 Americans – both civilians and military personnel – and left 1,000 people injured. One day later, President Franklin D. Roosevelt asked Congress to declare war on Japan. There was very little opposition to the bill.


Who Betrayed Jesus

People search for the term “Who Betrayed Jesus” 12,100 times per month based on US figures. If you enter the same term into Google, you will get around 37,600,000 results. Most people are familiar with the betrayal of Jesus by his disciple Judas, as is written in the book of Mathew in the New Testament. Matthew 26:14-16 (NIV)

Judas Agrees to Betray Jesus

14 Then one of the Twelve—the one called Judas Iscariot—went to the chief priests

15, and asked, “What are you willing to give me if I deliver him over to you?” So they counted out for him thirty pieces of silver.

16 From then on, Judas watched for an opportunity to hand him over.

Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John

The betrayal of Jesus is also referenced in the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. What is sometimes overlooked is the fact that Simon Peter also betrayed Jesus. Not a betrayal that led to his death, as was the case with Judas Iscariot. But we are told Peter denied Jesus 3 times.

Peter Disowns Jesus – Matthew 26:69-75 (NIV)

69 Now Peter was sitting out in the courtyard, and a servant girl came to him. “You also were with Jesus of Galilee,” she said.

70 But he denied it before them all. “I don’t know what you’re talking about,” he said.

71 Then he went out to the gateway, where another servant girl saw him, and said to the people there, “This fellow was with Jesus of Nazareth.”

72 He denied it again, with an oath: “I don’t know the man!”

73 After a little while, those standing there went up to Peter and said, “Surely you are one of them; your accent gives you away.”

74 Then he began to call down curses, and he swore to them, “I don’t know the man!” Immediately a rooster crowed.

75 Then Peter remembered the word Jesus had spoken: “Before the rooster crows, you will disown me three times.” And he went outside and wept bitterly.

Who to Notify When You Move?


Apple Maps
Transportation Apps – Uber, Google Maps, Lights, Lyft
Smart Home Apps – TV, Map Apps – Waze, Speakers, Thermostat


Alumni Association
Children’s Clubs, Schools, and Organizations
Schools/Colleges/University Etc.


Accountant / Tax Preparer
Banks, credit card issuers, and other financial institutions
Business associates
Charity organizations
Credit unions
Credit card companies and retail credit accounts
Customer loyalty programs
Ira/401(k) administrator
Loan companies
Mortgage company
Other financial agencies
Payment services – PayPal, stripe, Venmo, etc.
Premium bonds
Store cards

Government Agencies

Driver’s license
Firearm license
Hunting & fishing license/permit
Social security administration
Social security administration
Supplemental security income
Survivor benefits
TSA (transportation security administration) Precheck/global entry
Tax agencies
The BMV (bureau of motor vehicles)
The DMV (department of motor vehicles)
The IRS (internal revenue service)
The United States citizenship and immigration services – if applicable
The United States postal service
Vehicle registration
Veteran affairs
Voter registration


Advance directive
Disability insurance
Doctor, dentist, and other health specialists
Doctors and dentists
Flexible spending accounts
Health insurance
Living will
Living will
Other insurance providers


Daycare providers
Employers old and new
Long-term accounts
Magazine and newspaper subscriptions
Neighborhood association
People and animal care
Professional memberships
Religious institutions
Vehicle log book
Your employer


A durable power of attorney
Living will
Power of attorney


Car insurance
Health, dental, and life insurance
Homeowners’ or renter’s insurance
Insurance providers
Pet insurance
Travel insurance
Vehicle breakdown cover


Civic clubs/ organizations
Country club, social club
Family and friends
Health club/gym


Delivery services
Home delivery services
Home rental services
Home security system vendor/monitoring services
Individual service providers
Lawn/ garden service
Online services
Pest control service
Pool maintenance service
Streaming services


Cost clubs (Costco, Sam’s Club)
Membership clubs such as AAA, AARP, ACLU, etc.
Newspaper and magazine subscriptions
Online shopping sites
Retail clubs
Retail websites
Shopping websites


Cellphone provider
Garbage/recycling services
Internet, home, phone & cable, provider
Sewer utility
Other utilities
Gas and electric

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