A lot of people in the community have been expressing concern about the reduced size of their hubscore recently. Or alternatively, they have been boasting about how big it is. I just wanted to say that there is nothing wrong with having a mediocre rating - in fact, I think those of us with non-exceptional scores should celebrate of our lack of extraordinariness and be proud!
YES!! A THREAD EXPRESSING A HEALTHY VIEW ABOUT HUBBER SCORE!
You have made my morning, PaulGoodman67! Thank you!!
I was in the eighties a couple of weeks ago. Obviously an oversight. And almost blotted from my consciousness, then and now.
Remember, 'M' is not for mediocrity.
I have seen the testing scores on the state tests, and compared to them 80% is downright genius!
Hey, Simone: Your Hubber score is slipping. Did you do something bad - besides resign, I mean?
Thanks for that. I didn't realize Beyonce was a singer. I thought it was something you pushed sharply into the Bosch before twisting and lifting.
I'm probably a little older than you.
I guess so cause I would have to google at least half of that sentence before I could respond appropriately.
You'd think he could have afforded a real horse.
That is Austro-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire! They don't work cheap. The Ottomans wanted Egypt for starters.
If you need a map, let me know.
Well... probably, but you'll have to bring it to my workplace. Ill be there till 9 pm my time. Subtract 6 hours if you need to know what time that is. Let me know if you'll need a calculater.
I was going to ask:
Who on earth starts work at 9 pm?
But midnight is here and that is that...
Vampires and Zombies both start work around that time
I said I worked til 9 pm. I started at 12:30 pm.
Yes, you did. I wasn't sure about the 6 hours reference though. Will is a Brit, but he resides in Thailand, as far I'm aware - I think they might be ahead in time, not behind the USA?
That wasn't me yesterday. That was a couple of glasses of Hong Tong. You were lucky I didn't start speaking in tongues.
It's ok, I have a terrible memory so I never remember anything, and a short attention span so I never read back. You could say just about anything to me and it probably wouldn't matter much 24 hours later. What's hong tong?
I think they brew up the slops from the distillery and throw in a few handfuls of regret.
I did wonder if you were on something, when you appeared to confuse an old slang name for the Germans (Boche) with a popular washing machine brand (Bosch)!
In my defense:
Pronounced [boʃ], boche is a term used in World War I, often collectively ("the Boche" meaning "the Germans"). A shortened form of the French slang portmanteau alboche, itself derived from Allemand ("German") and caboche ("head" or "cabbage"). Also spelled "Bosch" or "Bosche"
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_t … or_Germans
Stick with the "Regret light." fewer regrets, same great taste." Off to bed. Night.
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