Here is my second hub after a few days and some critique from some friends and fellow hubbers I have taken some of their recommendations and tweaked it...let me know what you think...oh and Give it to me straight!
1. Move the picture beside the second text capsule and make the first text capsule big enough to allow your adsense block to appear top right, prime real estate for clicks.
2. "We might be thinking why did this happen I was the ONLY one in line!" maybe add the word 'when' or a comma.
3. I feel a bit like I'm reading a textbook and was bogged down. Break it up using some of the following methods:
-Put story examples in seperate paragraph and maybe highlight with bold or italics.
-Add some dot point lists.
Otherwise good job.
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