The duplicate alert appeared on top of my last hub, which analyses a painting of Caravaggio's. I wanted to place the pic in its biblical context and pasted the relevant verse from the Gospel of Luke.
That must have triggered the red alert, I think,as the hub is absolutely unique writing. Even my ideas are unique and nowhere on the net or elsewhere, as far as I know.
To be safe, I deleted that text capsule altogether.
Will the red alert be removed in 72 hours after review, or once tarnished, does the hub remain so, forever?
I believe thats its reviewed by humans and in your case why I your original wouldnt be allowed - remember computers are stupid!
Thanks Lissie, for that. It's rating has gone to the worst rating I ever received so far: 39!
Waiting for the review with bated breath.
I don't know if this will help, but I visited your hub and commented. I hope others will do the same to raise that number...by the way, it was at 40 when I checked. Keep the momentum going.
Ah, great, I have been granted an exception. Thank you, HubPages!
But my rating is still at 39. That can't be helped?
Anyway, Thank God and you for small mercies.
It will go up 1 point half an hour, something like that, until it hits the real score it should have. It can't be quickened. That is what happened to all my returnee hubs too.
A little patience. It's a grand hub and score will reflect that soon enough.
and yeah, the auto filter is automatic and it may take a day or so sometimes to check and approve, stuff that will easily pass (not exact page from somewhere else) but you just have to wait it out until they look.
Noooo! Who dared ruin the Caravaggio hub I've been waiting for!? There shall be an accounting...
Kenny, I don't see anything wrong with the hub at all. If you add in a pertinent bit of scripture, I don't see anything wrong with that either. There are other hubs out there that quote numerous slices of the Bible and aren't as thought provoking as that hub was.
Coming from a non-Christian, that's high praise!
Many hugs for you, my friend, and I hope to see more lovely hubs like that soon.
Thumbs upped it, by the way.
Hey, I used Digg for it in social bookmarking and marked it as a favorite there.
What did I do to deserve these hubbers, God?
This morning I wake up to see that the hub's score has shot up sky high! And scrolls of comments! Now I know, it's all your doing, my brothers and sisters in hubbing!
O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!
What's a hub without committed readers? It makes it all worthwhile.
Well, as an art fan I'm heading over right now to read your hub. By the comments it sounds amazing.
Kenny, I am very happy to have helped brighten your day by contributing to the lovely comments on your hub.
Thank you, Charlotte! Very kind of you.
This is an incredible collection of kind and beautiful people! Great comments by great hubbers!.
I must go see this before I go into Alice's nap!
I'm sure it is doing wonderfully.
Watch out grabbing stuff, next time, silly. Name the source or whatever.
I can't give advice, I don't know any. Betty Jo
I named it, Betty!
It's the Holy Book! I didn't know it was copyright,
Now I can laugh with you, Patty! Continue to snicker!
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