I love going to the forums and seeing whats trending and learning from others, but just within the last 3-4 days I've come across so many negative questions or forums. Where is seems like the person starting the thread just wants to slam Hubpages and berate anyone who tries to offer help. I know no site is perfect, but I absolutely love Hubpages and the people I meet, and its always been such a positive environment.
People who hate hubpages, please don't stay. Negativity only spurns negativity. For people that need help, there are thousands of hubbers who are more than willing and capable to give you support and tips. Don't give up.
If you check it's probably the same person with different accounts.
what kind of #$%@$^#$!#^ opening post what that!?
Noveltreasure, keep fighting the good fight.
and GreekOne, get back in your f&^%(*& box we are all sick of all this negative f*&^%$(* sh&* you f**&^& ^*^*(^*( &*(%^*(^(*^*(^and *(^(*^(*^so if you dont like it go and get *&^%$%#$&*((*(^*(&^#&^#*()%&#*()&%#*(&%#(*&%#()*&%# the lot of you !!!!!!!!!!!
I just reread this post and you guys all made me laugh. Thank you for brightening my day.
P.S. it's good to know that sarcasm is not dead
NT, don't worry. A lot of this negativity is someone with a dumb grudge against HP who has created numerous sock puppet accounts to antagonize the users. In some cases, they've even stolen legitimate id's to do it. Don't respond to them. Eventually, the person will get bored and move on.
Or get arrested for cyber terrorism...lol
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