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Went to hop some hubs and found all changed!
There is apparently no way of moving on to the next hub without rating the hub you are at. As I had no desire to rate the hub I was looking at, the only way forward was to back out of the hopper.
To my mind a retrograde step, not every reader has an opinion on every hub they read.
It has been discussed:
Ah, thanks RB, I did check but didn't find anything.
Obviously didn't look hard enough
Nobody wants to post there while we have what could be described as a troll on the loose.
Who, I might add, keeps stating that they are leaving and not going to return, then a little later pops back up again.
Maybe she should take her clue from "Elvis has left the room" and permanently leave. I mean, do what you're going to say, or (in her case) put up and shut up!
LOL! Sounds like a scene from my first marriage. Without the "I'm out of here!"
LOL! LOL ATTACK! And that's most of the men I dated! Ah, yes. This is what happens when someone has taken over TWO (count them, TWO) threads. Wouldn't it be easier to watch a talk show on the telly?
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