Who is tolerant? Who is intolerant? Who? Whom?

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  1. cynthtggt profile image73
    cynthtggtposted 9 years ago

    Who is tolerant?  Who is intolerant?  Who? Whom?

    I have been answering and leaving comments a lot the last two days.  Not that I care - but my score dropped from 80 to 73 in just two days and need to know if the scores are based on subject material.  I need to know because I am experiencing interfence in all web activities too, including Facebook, where I cannot contact people - which is BIZARRE.  Truthfully, I had one other hubber try to contact me on Facebook - and he couldn't find me.  My blog http://targetedpatient.blogspot.com has no comments and it has been open for a year.  No comments from hubbers either.  Who? Whom?

  2. moonfroth profile image73
    moonfrothposted 9 years ago

    I must first ask another question--have you made appropriate enquities of technical personnel at both Facebook and Hubpages, to rule out any kind of bizarre techno problem?  I have no idea what such a glitch might be, but it needs to be eliminated as a cause.  If there are no technical problems whatever, then it seems ony two possibilities remain:  1) YOU are doing something wrong--not entering a URL correctly, incorrect password. . .you know what I mean?  If you're 100% satisfied there are no such problems, then it would seem 2)   some thing or some one is interfering with the in and out of your communications, which is certainly your RIGHT to engage in freely.  Could you perhaps get on to some sort of legal forum to find out what avenues might be available to you?.

    1. cynthtggt profile image73
      cynthtggtposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      There may be glitches, but I believe it is Google (for DOJ) all the way.  The day I posted my x-ray on my blog my phone rang but I missed the call.  The number was from Google.  My blog is the evidence though. My comments were all erased.

    2. moonfroth profile image73
      moonfrothposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Up here, there are free legal venues one can go to for opinions.  Why not track one down in your State, present your evidence, and get an opinion on what to do next?

    3. cynthtggt profile image73
      cynthtggtposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks moonfroth but I posted a request on my blog as well as on a facebook board that was writing about the same issue.  Hope I get a response.


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