Yes, if the question is inapropriate or has generated a discussion. They will recommend the forums if the question leads to ongoing discussions and comments.
Because they can. It's HP's site, not mine, and not yours. I believe Ari is in charge of Q and A. He seems a nice enough guy, and you could always ask him whenever you question that happening to your question. I'd spell you his last name. . . . .but I'd screw it up.
by Jennifer Arnett4 years ago
Why would HubPages delete this question?How do you feel about your children attending online public school? It's not inappropriate. I don't understand why they crossed it out and took it away.
by Peter Freeman7 years ago
I'm not a big fan of getting into controversial discussions in the forums. I prefer to read than write here, but this has been bothering me for a long time. There are some deep questions that I want to ask. When I talk...
by timorous7 years ago
Here's yet another pointless, time-wasting game fo' ya! **For each 'post', a question that starts with "Why does..." shall be posted. **The next person shall provide an answer.**This answer can be...
by Disappearinghead3 years ago
Why do some people ask a question then delete the answers they don't like?A number of times I've gone back to look at an answer I gave and the questioner has deleted it. Do they wish to embrace censorship or silence the...
by Jacqui18 months ago
There is a hubber (or two) who seems to follow particular questions, and posts incessently about the Bible, every comment, every answer, PARTICULARLY on questions that may pertain to something their faith disagrees...
by Julianna10 months ago
Why does God give children to those who abuse them? This has been a question that I have been trying to find an answer for. Discussing this through the years I honestly am looking for a true understanding of why? There...
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