If you haven't had the 'pleasure' (and I use this term loosely) of meeting this Hubber, do give him a visit at http://stanfletcher.hubpages.com/. For some odd reason, he's been awol far too long and has now had the audacity to grace us with his questionable presence.
He's even started another one of his contests, so do exercise your right to be hysterical and join in!
http://stanfletcher.hubpages.com/hub/Th … b-Contest.
Stan is, in fact, THE man!
And I thought I was demented... I will have to coagulate on this...
Read Stan's latest hub and saw the contest. I'm glad he's back, but the contest is not my cup ot tea:)
Stan's humor is not for everyone, vocalcoach, but he's been quite the legend around here who's been off galavanting (actually doing post-grad work or something, can't exactly recall) and has now returned. ps-if you know Stan, SEO is not the point to the contest at all! Mr. Fletcher has had a number of writing contests that simply ask us to have a ball writing, drone on about whatever you choose to, and cast SEO to the wind. Just have fun. Someone will win...something...maybe.
I think rather than try to explain his honestly wonderful personality and humor, I'll see if he'd come here to the forums and help dig me out of this abyss!
I also thought there would be more of a response to this thread. Hopefully things will perk up tomorrow.
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