I just came from the question about gun bans and saw an answer written about women's dresses. Makes no sense to me at all, but there is no way to flag it that I could find.
http://mazzybolero.hubpages.com/questio … swer551299 is where the question was asked.
too bad...guess that's why it's called 'spam'....your post gave me a laugh anyway SD!
You can flag the profile if he/she is a spammer
The question asker has the power to delete unrelated comments, but if you have an irresponsible person who just asks questions and then never pays any attention to what happens down the road, that sort of material will just linger.
That's right. It’s just like comments in your hubs. The one asking the question actually own it and its his/her responsibility to moderate the answers and comments to that particular question. If you don't, you may one day find yourself hosting text that is not acceptable for Adsense.
So far people have been kind with comments or I guess choose not to write them if they don't like the hub. It is a priviledge to be able to make comments, at least I think so.
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