[EDIT: Just to be clear, I don't mean the comments YOU are making, but rather the comments on YOUR hubs! ]
Okay, this is getting silly. I'm writing in-depth articles on Greek mythology and culture, some of them with footnotes, most angled towards Joe Q. Public. It doesn't seem to matter. Most of my commenters can't put together a complete sentence, let alone a thought!
hi i am Some One and that is my real name so live with it
i think Athena is the coolest goddess ever and you should have more info. on her so .........................................................................bye
i think that Some One's comment is true and i like Athena too so i think you should have more info one Athena
my BFF wants to say something too so here is Thing....
Yeah she is sooooooooo totally right, maybe i should kick all ur butts right here, jkjk jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjk ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~squigle or as my BFF would
(there was a lot more in that style)
I dont kare
needs to have when it was posted
Evidently I haven't understood what hubpages were for. I thought that one purpose was to share original articles, photos and information about a subject, supplemented with links to other good websites on the same subject. I'm not sharing info about how to make money or SEO, but good grief, why click on a hub called "the Greek myth of so-and-so" if you don't like Greek mythology?
A lot of 12-year-old girls Google "goddess" on a regular basis.
You have completely understood what hubpages is for. Obviously you are attracting a particular kind of nutter. It happens to all of us. Just ask Jimmy the jock or Isabella snow. They have their own sort - you have found a new one - congratulations, you get to name it
Sounds like the ramblings of a bunch of young teens that were recently banned from another forum that we both frequent.
I reckon this is something you just have to live with, but at least you can "deny" the comments when they appear.
At any rate, you have got yourself a new Fan!
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