This hub has been a work in progress for over a year. Publishing it just now, I realize it has morphed from one subject to another so substantially that the link is now completely irrelevant. Can that be changed??
Also, it is quite long; gird your loins. Is it too big and rambling? Your honest opinions are welcome. Here is the link; I think. This is my first time requesting assistance
I think it is fine, but you should put in an introductory paragraph summarizing what the hub will cover.
Um so, it is still in QAP, but snips are being applied.
How does this make sense -there was a video of an exorcism in two parts. They snipped the first video but left the second one. In the article, I post where to slide to, to get at the beginning of the exorcism in video 1. The Catholic investigation of the possession may be interesting to some readers. Now that video is gone. Do we get to find out who is doing these edits and ask them directly what the reasoning is?
Certainly the people who write for WedMD are just writers, and I see them post some pretty irresponsible stuff. Like consuming tons of sugar does not contribute to diabetes. That was an article entitled, 10 Myths About Diabetes Debunked.
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