On HubPages home page, on the right, there are questions, and when I click on "answer this question", both yesterday and today, it has only opened on a "ask a question" form.
Is there a mistake in the code or should I get better glasses?
It should allow you to accept it so you can write a hub about that question.
I see. But it said there were 4 answers. I could not see them either. Thank you anyway for your suggestion.
Now I am running around to find where I can "enter verification code". I was able to put you in as a fan without doing the ew-mail verification ritual, wasn't I? Well, can't anymore.
I just got it! I was able to verify my account. Jeez.
What a Sad Bird.... A Blue Parrot with Glasses
Don't get your tail feathers in a knot over this
Doesn't it really P you Off when people answer a question with a question?
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