I wrote a commentary on "Nurse Jackie" episode 2. I received a not so nice comment from outside Hubpages which have responeded to three times in my hub. None of the comments I wrote have been posted to the hub. Why? They are not derogatory in any way.
Why do you think you've been flagged?
I just read your hub and enjoyed the commentary. And quite frankly reading the rebuttal. It made for a good thoughtful debate. I do want to watch the show now.
I don't know why your comment isn't showing.
I just made a comment on your hub, and I believe that it's showing. Want to try again?
If your hub is flagged to the extent that admin looks at it and decides there is a problem, you will be contacted.
Thank you Nellie. I just don't know why my response to the viewer is not appearing. I do agree, her comment is interesting, but she was not open to what I was saying about nursing in general. Tried three times throughout the day to respond and it would not show up. Thank you for your response though. It is on the hub.....
Reality is, the show demonstrates some of the classic symptoms of nurse "Burn-out". I agree, that the main character would either be terminated or in corrective action. It television and entertainment!!!! Thanks
I thought that perhaps your comments might be automatically denied for some reason, so I took a look, but I don't see a record of you making any comments to that hub in the first place, so I'm bringing it to Paul's attention. Could be a bug.
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