Well, folks. I've classed the hub up some more. And it has absolutely zero sarcasm. And it already has one first class, high quality answer. Hopefully, more will follow. I realize that it is an exceedingly difficult question; leastwise it is for me.
"Hello, sir or madam. Do you have a minute to talk about God? We've got this very good tract here. It's called the Watchtower, and for just a few dollars to cover our printing costs, you can use it to discover the true path to Heaven."
Just kidding, folks, but I figure old habits must die hard. I think the most welcome at the gates would be Pizza delivery people, which is why I intend to be buried in a Domino's uniform with a half dozen pizzas ready. Just in case.
And for those who can't take a joke, kindly shove it up your craw.
I just wanted to say thank you to everyone. Because of all your comments, I'm reasonably certain that the page word-count is now sufficient so that google won't classify this endeavor as a File 13 hub.
"Cheers to the freakin weekend I drink to that, yeah yeah Oh let the Jameson sink in I drink to that, yeah yeah Don't let the bastards get ya down Turn it around with another round There's a party at the bar everybody putcha glasses up And I drink to that I drink to thaaaaaaaat.
Life's too short to be sittin' round miserable People gon' talk whether you doing bad or good, yeah Got a drink on my mind and my mind on my money, yeah Looking so bomb, gonna find me a honeyyy Got my Ray-Bans on and I'm feelin' hella cool tonight, yeah Everybody's vibin' so don't nobody start a fight, yeah-ah-ah-ah -- Rihanna
"Well you finally got me, now open up and let me in!"
Hi Hubbers,I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Heaven's Gate ( what will you do when you get there?). What can I do to improve? Thanks!
I have written already some fifty hubs in the hub pages. Most of the hubs are viewed well but this hub has a extremeley low traffic. Can you point out why? I am open to strong but constructive criticism. ...