Not one of my favorite hubbers has a score over 94. Hubbers with higher scores are like sissy pants who just write without impact. I know, as soon as I write this my score will go up above 94. And there are great writers whose score goes above. But the are Melvin Milktoasts
Ok I just pulled the number out of thin air. But I am trying to make a point here. The higher the hubber score the more plain Jane recipe writing that you will find. Or travel pieces about some place the writer has never been or How To pieces.
Does anyone see my point?
If your point was to insult a whole bunch of Hubbers, then yes. I see your point.
Signed: ~ Melvin "Sissypants" Milktoast
I'm a plain Jane recipe person and how to's. I don't travel so none of those. I'm so dumb I don't really see your point but that's ok. If it's about scores going up and down we never know why we end up with the score we have.
Darn - there's a lot of Sissypant writers on here! I managed just to sneak under the line!
I am at a a new low which means I am actually superior to the rest of you. I like this new spin. If and when my score goes back up, I will find a way to be superior again and forget this thread ever happened.
I'm at one of my low-end scores right now, so I'll count myself among those at whom the insult was aimed. Sorry - I go for insight and decent grammar when at all possible, not impact. I got rid of any Hubs that had impact. They apparently don't do all that well scores-wise these days.
Being a Melvin suits me better anyway, apparently.
My score continues to plummet without reason... I am so good it's scary.
Everything happens for a reason. Perhaps you're so awesome you're creating some sort of gravity well in the universe that's slowly sucking your Hubber score in?
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