Can you write a hub based on the answers from the question that YOU posted?
Now that the 'know it all contest' has ended, is it allowed to write a hub using your own Question?
I would think that you can. It would be like creating your own link, and allowing others to do the same. I haven't seen anything on the HP site that tells us not to do it.
I guess you could do so even during the contest just that you wouldn't be able to win
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