To my friend who would never Snub: Anti-Valentine...and to all the times Asher Kade was Snubbed on his E-mail...and just 'cause I know Tantrum will surely reply to this...
"I Say "No" to Snubs on Hubs! No, No, No!"
Are there any Hubbers that are Snubbers...Time to Mend Your Ways!
note: definition of a snub on a hub would be when you make a comment on someones hub and they by-pass you when mentioning all the other people that commented!
I hate snubs as much as snobs ! Which in some way is the same class of stupidity. I also hate snubs and snobs in the forum. Many times I've been snub. But I can't care less ,as I'm here only 4 fun. If people don't have a life and acts meanly in this virtual world, I can't care less
That picture of yours does look very snobby and snubby, manlypoetryman.
Yes...To All That Hath Snubbed...and to those who only just thought about doing it...I mean..one tiny itsy little bit...
Go Forth And Snub No More!
I say... Go on snubbing.! In the end verybody's going to notice what 'poor little things' they are !
Your nick should have been manlypreacherman!
Hey...I think you got sum-thing der'...AV!
A lot of people in the forums just call me A-V, AV, or Anti.
But speaking of the profile image I have, I do sometimes call myself the Grim Hubber.
I liked deadtime too, sort of.
I am grim sometimes, but I can also be bloody funny as well. You'll catch me making comments in other threads sometimes, but the snubbers don't get it.
Yeah, it is kind of catchy. I like Megadeth's music you see, and that image is their mascot, Vic Rattlehead, which is also a cool name.
Good lord. It looks like he's trying to let out a fart or something, but doesn't want it to make a sound on the leather couch! .
And the file name is farting preacher. I was right!
Ok...I Just had to let that one go!
by Susan Ream 10 years ago
Do you think it is important to comment on a hub if you have read it?I've read that some hubber's read hubs but do not leave comments. On person said be assured I read your hubs even when I don't comment. I don't get it. I think it is courtesy to comment if you read someone's...
by hazelwood4 11 years ago
Does it bother you when you put tons of work into a Hub and nobody comments on it?
by RunningDeer 10 years ago
Should one include a copyright on each hub?Sometimes I see them on peoples hubs and sometimes not. I've also seen them on pictures too. Is this something I should include on my own work?
by Mary Craig 10 years ago
How high are your not featured hubs numbers?It seems like my unfeatured hubs are multiplying rapidly, exponentially...is anyone else experiencing this recent phenomenon?
by Lena Kovadlo 10 years ago
If a hub is not featured does that mean that it doesn't get any search engine traffic from Google or other search engines?
by Kate Swanson 10 years ago
Right now, while a Hub is pending, it doesn't show ads, it has a "no follow" tag etc. However our followers get notified and they may share the Hub during that time. It would be nice if that notification could be delayed, too.
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