I understand a lot of people love Jesus and hate Obama, but does every forum thread have to be about these things. I miss the days of edgy forum topics that allowed everyone to supply meaningful input. Even when we argued, something was accomplished. I have had my mind changed many times. I don't know about anyone else, but I miss the meaningful debate. Where have all the hot blooded debaters gone?
I'm here but I've stuck to my guns as of late and decided to create hubs about those issues instead of being bloodied in the forums and creating enemies. Since I'm new and all
by Len Cannon3 years ago
Ten dollars, do you hear me HubPages? I have a crisp Sawbuck if you can let me block politics/religion/whatever other god awful subforum is spamming the HP forums with all the leftover comments CNN.com. All I want is to...
by PR_am6 years ago
I understand that Sandpit is "good place for long meaningless threads" Yeah, a good place to unwind. All works and no play... Yes all that but why are more than half of forum topics games and plays? Don't get...
by WeddingConsultant8 years ago
case in point
by Laura Brown3 years ago
Could we have the option to set some sections of the forum as not visible for ourselves? I'd like to be able to find the posts I would like to read rather than spending time filtering through a lot of posts from forum...
by DuqueDupre8 years ago
I guess the title says it all- I have a few published hubs and a few in the workds that I believe are well written and interesting to read, but I can't see many people finding them through google, what are some other...
by sunstreeks7 years ago
I believe this has been addressed before but can we please revisit it. I have very little interest in the religion and political forum threads yet they seem to occupy 75%+ of the latest activity. It's an inconvenience...
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