I have edited my first hub 4 times and no mater what I do to give the hub better qualtiy it just seems like its never enough for your "standard" mind you I can link you all to over 120 hub with grammar so bad its like a monkey pounded a keyboard yet its better than my work?
Is the spelling error on the title intentional? (menz = men)
Also, don't take offense, but only in the first two paragraphs I counted close to 10 grammar/syntax/punctuation errors. You just have to keep at it.
Also, from the get-go, the tone of the hub is antagonistic, so I don't know if that also plays a role in how the hub is classified.
I hope you can work it out. Good luck!
I can link you to a dozen hubs that have shit grammar that makes my intentional mistakes look like a dictionary. If you knew how to use Google or encountered a feminist you'd notice that hell did you miss the "quote" around menz? The word menz is feminist 'talk" used to make themselves distinct from the so call patriarchy.
Now you're on the defensive side, even though I tried to formulate my response to you in a polite and educated manner. My question about the spelling error on the title was real because I don't know if it was indeed intentional or a typo. After all, it was you the one who asked for ACTUAL help, not me. Anyway, good luck with your hub. Cheers!
A monkey pounding a keyboard would be unreadable. Your work is also unreadable, but with the inclusion of vitriol, so yes the straight monkey work is better because it, at least, is ONLY unreadable.
Not 100% sure it was what you are going for, but I did vote your hub as funny and got a few giggles from it. But what do I know, I wear a luchador mask and a $5 poncho.
If you find condescending insults coupled with facts about how society is kept running, aimed at feminist parasites then yes
The issue with me is that I had a problem taking the whole hub seriously. As satire I would find it brilliant. Also as mentioned there was a number of grammatical and spelling errors. Even if those were intentional, they would affect your overall quality rating.
Also it is possible that most of those that have rated your hubs were feminist and this was all apart of their plot to exterminate you.
Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit, good job aiming low at least you won't fail unless you fail at trying.
Are you an admin and did you even follow the links? If so this site has some rather low standards
No but she is a feminist and she is here to exterminate you. If you know what is good for you, you will shut up and obey. I did, and I am now more than happy to slave for my queen.
Oddly you seem to be mistaking thief12 for a woman, are you a trained monkey? As for Beth37 I don't remember asking her a god damn thing
I thought you asked Beth37 if she was admin, I am sorry if the question was directed at me. No the feminists that run this place would never allow me to be an admin. The green a that you see is short for a--hole. It is an easy mistake. Now I am going to go and eat some bananas.
I kinda thought maybe you had meant me. And don't think I don't appreciate it. But it's odd he/she knew who you meant. I only read the first paragraph of his/her hub. Were there any puns in it?
No, but reading it may of been considered a form of punishment.
Ah I see the problem. Unfortunately the site is run by women for women so you have no chance. That's mainly why I became a homosexual and started writing about cupcakes.
I know some good bars...
HP sent out a memo to all the raters specifically about you and all of your hubs.
They said that if we passed your hub that we would 1. Be disqualified from rating hubs 2. Have to forfeit ownership of our ovaries and 3. be drawn, quartered, shot, boiled in oil, forced to listen to Justin Beiber songs and have Miley Cyrus twerk on us while covered in peanut butter.
I have a peanut allergy.
Surely you see my dilemma.
Even without a peanut allergy I still choose 2).
It wasn't an "or" situation.
But so would I.
I'm done with them anyway.
I haven't looked at your hub but you are asking for help, so I think this is a good place to start. You really must pay attention to what you type - not just what you think you are typing.
Here's an example. On this thread you have written ...
"How about some acutal help
I have edited my first hub 4 times and no mater what I do to give the hub better qualtiy it just seems like its never enough for your "standard" mind you I can link you all to over 120 hub with grammar so bad its like a monkey pounded a keyboard yet its better than my work?"
If you had taken the time to read your words and edit them before publishing this thread, you'd have seen the following mistakes.
Acutal should read actual.
4 would be more correct if you'd written four, but that's the least of your worries.
Matter always has two t's, not one.
Qualtiy is not a word. Obviously you mean quality.
Its should be it's. The apostrophe indicates you mean 'it is'.
To make sense, this very long sentence should be divided into two, ending with "standard". Full stop.
Mind, therefore, should have a capital.
I will overlook the absence of a comma after Mind you.
Same mistake with its again.
Are you getting an idea of what your problem might be? All these mistakes in just one paragraph (which also happens to be just one sentence) suggests to me that you do, in fact, struggle with the actual process of writing - irrespective of what your hub might be about.
I suggest you take the time to concentrate on your writing technique if you want to be successful on HP. Don't worry about the dozen hubs you've found with poor grammar. It is highly unlikely that people visiting your hub will have previously visited the dozen you are referring to and say, "Gee, this is great compared to those others!"
Obviously you are capable of correct spelling. Your later comments on this thread include words like condescending. No problem with spelling condescending indicates to me that when you pay attention, you make fewer mistakes.
Please note, I'm not being condescending. I am just trying to provide actual help.
So out of obserbation. By your remarks. It sounds like another hubber. Always quick to judge, and put in snoody remarks. That your works is doomed better than anyone elses at all times. No matter what the writing is about, and its content errors.
If you ask for critizism, why do you shoot it down? That was the whole point of the questions, was it not? To find out why your hub was not published. Yet, when someone gives you an honest answer. It is made to be bad on their part.
Part of asking for opinions, is being able to take them. No amount of your opinion. You wanted advice, and thats what some are giving you. Take it with a grain of salt.
Hmm. So I notice Crimsonfalcon no longer exists.
That was probably a good move, formerly Crimsonfalcon. Take the time to write the best you can when you come back under another name.
I Just love these posts on the forums....
"Please help me I can't get my work published"
"Your work contains spelling and grammatical errors as well as making no sense.."
"How dare you!! My work is perfect and is better than the others I have looked at, how are you qualified to judge me?"
Please if you can't spell, write, think, take casual abuse and criticism do not descend into the pits of despair otherwise known as the HP forums...
He was nice enough to leave comments on a couple of my Hubs prior to being zapped, so he was OK by me.
That is because you are not one of the feminists. You don't want to get on the bad side of those feminists, or you will be zapped as well.
That user voluntarily chose to leave. That's what the "no longer exists" message indicates,
If you are involuntarily removed, it will say the user is banned.
hahahaahha these comments were awesome to read...thank goodness
That person perfectly illustrated one of my 10 most-common HubPages mistakes not to make: ask for help and then attack everyone who tries to help you.
Feminism advocates complete equality between men and women, it is not SUPPOSED to be a "man-hating" movement, but it is very often misinterpreted as such, and portrayed as such. Like any movement, there are extremists, but to apply a negative stigma to every single feminist is unfair and unhelpful for advocating equality. That user's comments and hubs were bursting with sexism, I'm not surprised he was reported/removed... hubpages does not allow discriminatory/prejudiced/hateful content. In the media, feminists are portrayed as ugly, man-hating, bitter old ladies. Just like women are portrayed as weak, skinny, gossiping little creatures, people of colour as shifty thieves and murderers, and scientists are eggheads with no social skills.
Obviously, these are horrendous generalizations and prejudices, and the same is true for feminists.
Oh, he chose to left? Well, I can't say I'll miss them...
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