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Offline Heinrich

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Need question ideas
« on: May 11, 2019, 11:43:19 PM »
I am a partner on Quora. I get paid to write questions. Seriously. But I want this to become an evangelization opportunity now. I have asked some good earning questions about education, travel, and general history. My recent question on violence towards pro lifers is getting the pro death crowd quite riled. I want to be true, but accurate and Charitable. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Please know that each question is itemized by earning. So any question used that I got from here that earned money would be donated to my parish or a pro life organization.


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Offline mikemac

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Re: Need question ideas
« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2019, 12:02:41 AM »
Question 1.

Have you seen the new movie 'Unplanned' yet?  It looks good.  Here's the official trailer.

Question 2.

If you have seen the new movie 'Unplanned' can you post a small review of it?
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