As you all know well, I regularly take inspiration by viewing the 'success stories' page. I checked that page today; something is wrong there, because the link still exists, but the wonderful folks who used to make like $3800, or $2600 per month, are all gone, vanished!
It seems those profiles and their respective images have been pulled down from the site. *Cough*, er, I mean, why? They were all beautiful.
For anyone who visits this thread; this person is a troll. Notice the age of her account and see her previous posts to see what I mean.
If no one responds, then we take the wind of her sails and this thread dies and eventually she moves on, defeated.
So no one respond, no matter how frustrated she might make you.
You've earned a 'hate-speech report'. I'm a legitimate hubber, as legitimate as you are and as everyone else is.
Apart from that, your behavior on this thread is a perfect example of the ways of a troll desperate to disrupt a sincere forum thread.
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