Are you allowed to write a Hub in an answer to your own question ?
Oops - This may have been asked before in a similiar vein (athough it would still be nice to see some answers regarding this question)- does anyone know how can I remove this question (and answers) ?
If you want to know how to delete your answer to your question well they may delete it because that is what happen to me.
You can do it through the new Q&A tab at the upper left of your account page. Then click on the question and see the delete option appear at the top.
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