a few weeks ago, in a forum about Xomba, I had mentioned that someone posted a Xomblurb using my article and we went back and forth, most of you saying that it was ok....just to let you know, that it is against Xomba's policy that you post other peoples stuff, so I complained and they removed the person and banned her. I was hesitant to do this, as it has been on the first page of google since I wrote it for Sexy Women's Corsets, and xomba was why, although hubpages and digg helped as well. So, when hers got deleted, I just replaced it w/ my own and it is still there on google'f first page...yeaht. just an FYI about that discussion we were all having about this.
Is it only me that gets really annoyed when my post is the ONLY one not answered,.,,,,,or does anyone else ever feel this way.
My sweetheart, I was going to write something, but I didn't remember what the deal was with that xamba, so I just stayed away
This may sound strange, but sometimes I don't see a forum post until HOURS after it's been made.
It doesn't happen all the time, just occasionally.
This being one of those times.
by PurpleOne 8 years ago
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