Have you, found that the more thoughtful comments seem to come from folks with 65+ HP scores?
Demas, you do have a point. But that can come from several factors. One being the fact that a higher score shows more involvement on the hubs. Two has to do with the grades or number of hubs. Greg.
The really low score profiles are often spam profiles which exist purely to promote some junk nobody is ever truly interested in.
And when you see a profile where they've not even bothered to upload an avatar or image - it's almost a one hundred percent sure thing the profile exists for spam and spam purposes alone.
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