My armadillo hub flunked. Another armadillo hub succeeded and is now featured.
Would you like to see what is featured?
I would like to talk about that.
How do you know that it is featured? Some people set their profiles to show hubs that are not featured.
And really I would much rather you didn't draw attention to certain parts of HP.
You have a point.
I am wandering around. Does his poem still exist?
OK. Finally closed. Fact that I did not link to that should be sufficient. LOL
I am just so tired...
Oh, what the hell... I need to post this final rant to get it out of my system.
My CW armadillo hub was flunked by HP and wasn't featured. It is now my #1 post in both Views and Likes on Bubblews. The critter has made me $3.58 so far.
Meanwhile, according to the author, HP featured this CW armadillo masterpiece without a problem. Here it is... http://poeticfailosophy.hubpages.com/hu … llo-Recipy
In the final analysis, based on my earnings from previous CW's I have posted here, I guess HP did me a favor. Then again, we will never really know...
This concludes my rant. I herewith promise to never mention it again (a sigh of relief ripples across the forums...).
@HP I am still fond of you.
Keep that traffic coming in!
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