Does anyone know why we have to have 'fans' that we would rather not have?
And is there any way of deleting them? I have asked the moderators this question but have had no reply.
For the first question: It's likely for one of the following reasons; 1.) The "fan" really loves your hubs, even if they disagree with them.
2.) The "fan" wants to leap out of the figurative bushes and attack.
3.)The "fan" is a glutton for punishment (masochist.)
For the second question: The best way is to politely ask the person to leave. Granted this won't stop them from looking at your hubs.
Thanks Sanctus - a great reply. I had not thought of those reasons!! Especially reason 3!!!
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