Okay Isn't it up to ME to delete comments or not on my hubs? I mean it is my hub and if I want to delete a comment for my reasons isn't that up to me?
I recieved a comment that I deleted then she had the nerve to go back onto my hub and post that she is disappointed that I deleted her comment. Uhhh last time I checked lady it's my hub and I can delete comments that I want.
Really sad that a hubber would be so rude as to recomment and be rude to me even though I deleted her comment.
i recently by accident double posted a comment and forgot to use the word too . meaning i felt as the hub writer did. fort got upset with my comment i think it was a misunderstanding i tryed to correct it but cant . i kinda wish she would delete it for me
yes you are the boss of your hubs and can deny any comment you wish. now that i know how to moderate comments, i will be doing that to all my new hubs. too much work to go back and do it for all my other hubs, unfortunately.
Deleting comments are the sole right of the Hubber whose Hub it is. If someone doesn't like that you deleted a comment and posts another comment, it can be deleted just as easily as the first one was. Hence, the second comment is irrelevant.
The second one was a reaction to your first action and not a big deal. Why you deleted the comment is also your exclusive right and doesn't have be known to anyone else.
I choose to help the sick and the dying... the only thing is, there is a lot more that has been allocated to me. It was better to have a mix of helping people to live and helping them to die, but the NHS criteria for transport has changed and they are all terminal with not long left. It is hard to keep upbeat with everyone that you touch is dying and without hope. I just try my best and take a deep breath and love x
she has nothing to do with hubpages so HA. actually that is why i never posted a pic of me an her together for my profile pic. she doesn't care if i'm on it but she said to leave her out of my internet life lol. so ther take THAT btw she new i wasn't watching if you recall, she just thought i was txting instead of posting on here!
heh they're pretty spam free thank god. and no negative comments. i hate those. i'm like 'hey go mess up your own hubs this is an angst-free zone'. pfft people are so weird sometimes. that's weird that she came back. i comment people then rarely, if ever, revisit the hub. that almost gives me chills
See, I do revisit Hubs, at which I've left comments. I am interested in seeing if they responded to my comment. It tells a lot about the writer, which is a whole other story.
However, I was also under the impression that the comment section was an area where other people can ask questions of the author? Abuse of this priviledge can be seen. I've multiple comments from the same person, as though, we were in a forum? And, my initial response was - Yikes! - that would seriously make for some long, long, long Hubs. If there are 1000 comments, that seriously make the page longer and even longer to get to the comment section.
So, as you can see, there are couple of different views about how the comment section is to be used? I don't think there is yet a universal code of ethics for leaving a comment. I know the Hubber Community has respect for one another, at least some do, and are honest when they do leave comments. I'm not judging anyone who leaves a comment, I just wanted to point the use of them in general. Not, everyone thinks they are used, as the community does. And, then you have some people who are just down-right nasty. Those are immediately distributed to the the trash bin.
I am unsure, if anything I just rambled is going to make sense, because I didn't reread what was typed before posting. Should you have questions, feel free.
But she does google stuff doesn't she...and I would title baconmidget did a bad bad thing to his gf...just to get her to look even if she doesn't know your nickname she might look or I could say something about babel in the title
NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.....................*screaming fades as bacon is running away from crazd*
Yeah, don't sweat the small stuff.....it's the big stuff that when it sweats that can be dangerous.....making a small women sweat will create a wild women in the bedroom, but the bigger ones....could be a health risk.
nervous and scared and excited. mom-in-law is flying out today...never met her only written letters back and forth and talked a few times on the phone. And I keep saying I am going to go color my hair nad have yet to do that
I just noticed that comments I delete from the 'comments' section on my accounts page are not being deleted from the actual hubs. One of my hubs gets spammed a lot by people posting links and email addresses for 'quack' healthcare. I have clicked the 'spam' button and then clicked...
I just recently went through my many hubs and came to realize that almost every hub I did involving youtube videos had broken links. So I went to go fix the links only to find that these hubs were lame. I started deleting all hubs that don't generate traffic or are just plain...
I hope Robin will come by and comment on this one. I have been going through all of my old comments and deleting any that don't add anything to the conversation, but some of my hubs have a ton of very useful and informative comments. I don't want to throw the baby out with the bathwater.What makes...
How often do you Deny comments from another HP member?If you do deny them is it because of profanity/insults, you don't like what they say because it goes against your hub, you are suppressing commentary, or another reason.
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