I am hoping this question is easily understood. I have written and posted a number of questions on Hubpages, some questions and supporting information is better on some questions than others. On most questions instead of getting a straight answer with a short explanation, I get advice whether I want it or not. While I accept most advice I am given, there are times where I am just looking for a simple yes or no with a brief reason why the respondent has made their choice. The only things worse than advice are people who try to make you look bad and/or embarrass you with rudeness and sarcasm
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Thank you jewels and Web Examiner for your responses. Here are two excellent responses to this question that may promote further discussion. Can anyone tell the difference between these two responses?
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