It makes expressing a topic more complex than "Obama=poop head" difficult.
You must be joking, right?
This Is A Really Long Title About A Hub That Will Attempt To Explain The Meaning Of Life, Mans Origin, Dec. 21, 2012
That Title is very close to the 120 character limit, 117 if I counted right.
Are you trying to write your hub in the Title field?
A longer title will be ignored by Google. As far as I know they only read a certain number of characters in a title.
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