When I told my friend to take a look at a little blurb I posted on bubblews, she commented that there were derogatory comments. I don't see them on my postings. Can there be comments that are hidden so that the writer doesn't see? I logged out and searched for my little postings anonymously, and didn't see derogatory comments, but maybe the cache still holds my information and automatically knows that it still is me on my computer. (I think I'm getting a bit paranoid here! ) My friend might have meant derogatory comments in general, but hasn't replied to my question as yet, and now I'm wondering. What have you been experiencing in relation to derogatory comments on bubblews?
Just the usual. I should think one in ten, maybe one in two suggests I have no father and that my breath smells. Most of them just say my stuff is crap. Some of the nicer ones report me.
Mark, what would we do without you here to keep us smiling? I've taken the plunge with Bubblews too, but have to try to make them shorter. I always go on too much!
How did they know you have smelly breathe? Did they see you at McDs with your nightie flapping around?
Billie what's your name on B? I like stalking. I mean, I...er might connect with you.
by Whitney 11 years ago
Ok. Yesterday, I received a very derogatory comment on one of my hubs. The reader pinpointed one comment, an alternative, that I mentioned, and disregarded the entire article. I did approve the comment, and made my own, should I have just deleted it?Here's the hub. Your suggestions...
by Clive Williams 4 years ago
I would love a feature where if a another hub-page writer comments on any of your hub, instead of you writing the hub-page author name, you click on it while in comments and it places the name of the author you are responding to in the comment box. The author name placed in the comment box can then...
by Glenda Motsavage 4 years ago
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by Kristen Burns-Darling 4 years ago
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by HSanAlim 5 years ago
In response to a challenge from Hubber Buildreps I wrote my latest hub. He challenged my existence as a true hubber, just because it has been a while since I posted. I wrote the post that he, and one other person requested and put the link to my post in his comments. What does he do but delete my...
by Thomas Swan 4 years ago
I have some questions for the experienced bloggers here.I used to have a Bubblews account that I deleted when their dishonest practices became clear to me. I was careful to copy my 70 posts into a word document to use another time. The posts are reasonably well written, original, evergreen, and...
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