I think it is because you "view" them when you are editing them and stuff.
It's the view gremlins. They were accidentally released around the same time as Godzilla. They had a disagreement with the King of the Monsters about ripping down power lines and eating commuter trains so they left to pursue a life of di-a-bo-lik-allll sa-bo-ta-geee.
And if you get that last reference, you win a geek point.
yep can view before publishing
i figured it was me looking at the hubs that was causing the views.
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