I've started a new series called 'WILD NEWS'
Even though it is a news sort of topic I do think that they aren't restricted to going out of date
It is semi-humour whilst getting the point across.
Here is the first topic, please check it out and let me know what you think
http://jakefrost.hubpages.com/hub/Human … -WILD-NEWS
Hi Jake welcome to HubPages. I don't think I'd want the 'greedy and stingy' to live forever to wreak havoc or .. more havoc on our planet I thought it was a interesting subject. It's good to add some humor, get interaction with your 'audience'. Maybe add a poll. It would be a wierd world altogether I'd think that this subject discusses.
Thanks for the feedback, I did add a question at the bottom for some audience interaction. To be honest I prefer comments than polls, it just increases interaction.
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