Why can't certain "hubbers" choose to use the correct topic in which to place their questions?
For example, under the topic are sub-categories to choose from and in that sub-category a statement of purpose for the forum is clearly stated.
If the question or statement you are making does not correspond with that category, kindly find the correct one so that others do not have to waste their time reading responses and declarations that have absolutely nothing to do with the topic at hand.
For example, let's take a look at Philosophy and Religion. Go ahead hit the cursor on that topic.
Where does it take you? Well it should take you to sub-categories under this topic.
Let's say you choose the sub category entitled: Christianity, the Bible and Jesus
You will be able to see underneath this sub-category the purpose for writing under this specific category. Hub pages has clearly stated that the purpose is for: Articles about living a Christian life, the meaning of the Bible, Jesus and His teachings, worshiping God, and other topics of interest to Christians
Okay if "hubbers" follow guidelines set by Hub Pages then articles, questions, statements or declarations placed in this forum should only have the corresponding articles. These corresponding writings should only contain articles about living a Christian life, the meaning of the Bible in a Christian perspective, acceptance of Jesus and His teachings, worshiping God, and other topics that are uplifting and of interest to Christians.
If your statement, declaration, question or writings do not correspond with the initial purpose of the category then kindly refrain from placing it under this heading and do the right thing and place it under the correct category.
I mean, come on people let's get with the program. Stop using this forum to rant and rave about evil God, evil Christians, non-existent of God, stupid Christianity, Atheist are not possessed ... ad infinitum.
Like Meg Ryan said in "French Kiss" use the corresponding faces with the corresponding emotion. Smile when happy; frown when sad.
Don't try to be deceptive. Be sincere in your writings.
After all, how difficult can it be to follow simple guidelines?
Why don't hubbers respect the purpose of the category and simply follow the instruction given by Hub Pages?
So I guess I am asking those "hubbers" who misuse the original purpose why can't or won't you follow the guidelines?
Oh and BTW I only want answers to my simple question. Nothing more and nothing less. Okay?
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