Can you blatantly lie about someone else in the comment section?
I am having a problem with a couple of people. The oddly are claiming over and over again I am three people. Well check this out. STEVIE/usjagoff...you belong in a mental hospital. American Tiger, thanks for your comments, I really appreciate it. Of course you know all about USJag/Terry/thatguy1987/steve8miller! He was nasty to you too. LOL..UsJag/ Terry/Steve8miller al the same guy..
I could go on and on. Hub after hub they are slandering me falsely. Can I flag their profiles for blatantly lying.The IP is in the comment section when you chose to approve or deny it they know what their doing
Sorry that should read. "They oddly" Messed up spelling on that.
They know what they are doing. They have actually taken followers from me somehow by lying. I do not care but it gets old. When they know they are lying. That makes hubpages another spamming, lying, illegitimate place if this is allowed.
Normally I would not even care. Cleaver propaganda, however people are actually believing them for some reason. magnoliazz and American Tiger have started these crazy rumors. magz is popular because of a fake picture of a hot girl. lol Seriously though this stuff is not cool at all. Anyone who agrees with me, must be me according to their argument. Anytime I attempt to tell people the truth they block my comments. You may laugh, but this is annoying. lol =0) whatdoya do?
Its the internet you get all types basically ignore them why get worked up over someone typing at you not like this is truly impacting anything you do think of it like high school where you got laughed at because you didnt have the new most fashionable outfit
by Audrey Hunt 20 months ago
I've come across a hub, now and then, without a comment section. Is this a choice made by the author? If so, why?
by David Stillwell 5 years ago
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by JR Mamerto 9 months ago
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by McKenna Meyers 5 months ago
How do you make changes in the comment section? I responded to a comment and spelled something wrong. I want to fix it but don't know how to do that. Thanks for your help!
by April Garner 4 years ago
Is it appropriate to point out typos in a hub in the comment section? I ask because I would want to know if anyone found typos in my stuff, but I'm not sure whether or not everyone appreciates that kind of thing, politely worded of course.
by Shyron E Shenko 3 years ago
Why does the Editbot show mistakes in the comment section of our hub, where we can't do corrections?
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