Should Hubpages change policy not to allow
people who ask questions to delete comments & answers? Just like in the forums? Can you name a hubber who regularly does this and therefore you gave up trying to use logic and discourse in the question/answer format?
ptosis, you either put a rude photo with your comment, and your comment is personal, rude, and hardly ever addresses the question.
The question is there for an answer, not to personally attack the person.
I don't care if people del my comments, but at least I try to answer their question. You on the other hand hand out fish, or go off on a rant.
All you have to do is try and answer the question without name calling, personal attacks on the questioner, or go on a rant.
Why should anyone have to be your abuse dart board?
Do you think that your behavior in attacking, name calling and abuse is OK?
You even made this ? a personal attack.
del if u wish.
Chuck is looking pretty old and pathetic in your picture.
Explain how a policy change suggestion is "a personal attack". You can't. Insulting Chuck is not answering the Q. You have merely exposed yourself doing the odious practice of censorship.
"Can you name a hubber who regularly does this and therefore you gave up trying to use logic and discourse in the question/answer format? "
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