Your last change was on January 1, 1970?
I was just scrolling through Edit Profile settings and came across this intimation in red letters that "your last change was on January 1, 1970 below the settings for opting my hubs become eligible for "Editors Choice" and for being edited with "HubPro".
I am much astonished to see these intimations as I don't think that Hubpages existed in 1970. How could it be possible? Even the systems or software can't be of 1970 make.
Send 'em something telling them you were a child genius. You designed Hub Pages yourself when you were seven, or some such ridiculous statement and see if they have a sense of humour.
Fun and games at Hubpages. I had exactly 10 views in total in 6 days- that is for all the articles! Must be getting very sloppy in my writing. ) Now I have not had an update in 46 hours!
I thought there is a bunch of intelligent people here, so does Admin really think we believe all is well with the HP software?
Whether it is fun or rather too much disgusting, I do not know. Sometimes it makes me smile. At other times makes me very angry. I wanted to reply you and the button took me to hubpages feed. There I noticed a single hub shared 6 times by Jackie.
I opted in for editors choice when I first joined and have never changed it, but , me too, I have this wording written under mine.
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