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This hub has all the right ingredients for a fun, light, and laugh out loud read. It's true, it's unique, and the narrative voice is delightful. Have fun.
Thank you for putting this link on forums. What a hoot and something we've all experience at one time or another. Just a great hub!
Thank you Shades for posting this. Really funny. Good to read hubs by talented writers such as Stan.
That was a great hub to read It sounds like a something that everyone goes through,but not everyone can put into such great words.
He's a great writer and I laughed til I cried! Thanks for posting this link SB.
Thanks everybody. Especially you, Shades. I really appreciate it.
you will be getting lots more followers, it looks like, too tired to read now, i will come back to you tomorrow.
My pleasure. Something that funny has to be seen, and nobody will be Googling it.
Frankly, I'm still working on figuring out how to make a more reader friendly suggestion to HP. HubHopping is interesting. But there has to be some algorithm that could tabulate word count to time spent on page, then factor in comments and thumbs up... all done by hub category... to create a reading list or something so that gems like this one don't sink so quickly into the sea of marketing stuff. I see written all the time by the big earners not to worry about hubpage views. "It's search engines that count."
And that's great. But, what it ignores is that there ARE hubpage readers, so if we could find a way to index the reader friendly stuff FOR people who DO come to HP to read, then we (HP) could present a more reader friendly face that not only generates HP readership, but members and, therefore hubs. Imagine a writing site that actually values content that READERS like and not just spiders. Just a thought.
Not sure how it would work. Maybe they'll hire me and put me to it.
Thanks, Shades and Stan. A very good way to start the morning, by reading something like that hub.
thanks for posting this link. loved it!!
we've all felt the same way, haven't we?!
I shared with my followers and posted to facebook.
Thanks for the recommendation Shadesbreath! I have been a follower of Stan for awhile, but just haven't been keeping up with my reading of hubs lately. It was a fantistic hub! I'll have to keep up more with Stan.
He just published a new one and I was the first one there to comment. LOL
It earned a blog post from me. Wow that is really funny. Thank-you Shades for sharing.
It's a great hub, Shades - thx for bringing it to our attention. I made sure to comment and "up" it, for sure.
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