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Rod Martin Jr says
Novel Treasure says
Absolutely. And the only ones I've deleted were made by hubbers who don't seem to agree with the idea of sharing knowledge. They want merely to disrupt and to abuse. When that happens, they get deleted. Disagreement is wonderful. Abuse isn't.
Healing Herbalist says
I agree deleting rational comments are a form of censorship. I have seen some people not only delete comments but also (remove) their hub or question if too many people disagreed with them! lol! A high number of views is the goal for most writers.
Joan King says
Md Tabrez Alam says
Relevance and civility are requirements, I think. Some people seem to be only all about disruption.
Miss Mimi says
Aren't hubs public once you publish them? I think some people can disagree, they might have good points or information that could be useful, I don't know . that's why i asked...
Anything that is posted on the Internet is not "private". Having said that I do know of some Hub writers which do not include a comment section to any of their hubs.
The reason some don't have a comment box is so you can have adverts there & nake more money .
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I stated if they weren't rude, they just didn't agree with your opinion. I have read many times that hubbers aren't approving answers because they are negative to their opinion. Noone should be insulted for their opinion.
But, there is no need to put negative ones on others hubs. This is just not polite. :)
People should be able to be polite but still disagree with certain things. T hey should be anyways. If someone is just being nasty mean or disgusting i can understand people not approving them. that is understandable. :)
But @JThomp42, a "negative" comment can merely be one in disagreement (not abusive). Disagreeing has nothing to do with politeness. Some hubbers seem to have thin skins, so I just steer clear of them, but others like to abuse others or to disrupt.
@ lone... Apparently you haven't been reading my Hubs, because I'm sure you would interject your opinion. lol What happened to "If you don't have something nice to say, don't say it at all"?
I believe it's possible to "nicely" disagree with someone without attacking them. If people can express themselves logically as to why they disagree it's not bad. However when they become "emotional" or resort to personal insults that is different.
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