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Sherry Hewins says
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Debbie Carey says
This is very true. I hadn't thought of it that way. This is why I asked the question - to learn! By interacting quickly, you let them know sooner that you appreciate the work. Thanks for sharing!
DS Duby says
This is a great point. I often only go on computer once ot twice a week... But read from phone often. My errors on the phone are awful! (Or I take forever, as with this comment, trying not to make errors!)
carol stanley says
Carol, As a writer I want people to stop and think. If I write mindless posts, I think it is time to stop posting. So I don't mind if people stop and think and also choose to do so myself.
Thanks for responding bankscottage. This is what I expect most people will say, as I usually see a good amount of time between posts on others' Hubtivity. Whereas on mine, they are usually one right after the other because of my practice.
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A.E. Williams says
I totally understand this comment! Thanks for sharing. Our little ones always know the right time to need us to help them, don't they?!
Lori J Latimer says
That is a great idea, to only follow the comments when you are interested in seeing what others have to say! I typically always follow comments because I like to support Hubbers who engage with their fans and will read/comment on other hubs of theirs
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James Bowden says
I am happy to see another Hubber who reads a few before commenting! My boat was getting lonely. I am interested in the many comments. Thank you for sharing!
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Barrington Nixon says
I am not sure what you mean about the question being closed, but thank you for your sentiments on thought.
What i mean if you should post a question and then decide to close the question , the question cannot be answered or commented on. The question will be seen by others but cannot be commented on or answered.
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