This is a little different than 'what hubbers do you have a crush on' and not so "putting you on the spot"lol
I will go later. I'm new
admire? 'k, that is different than like or have a crush on, so in that case i would say:
Darkside because he is a fount (font?) of knowledge and doesn't horde it but shares it freely, which says a lot about him personally.
i admire Sunforged for his meticulous research and sharing of information. he is very technical and knowledgable and i guess i could be that way too someday if i put the effort into it, which i don't, so i admire him for his obvious hard work and effort in that regard.
i also admire Marisa Wright because she is successful and considered a 'power hubber' and is well respected by the community but doesn't expect people to curtsey to her.
i admire Oli because he is also very successful but doesn't go around bragging about his success or feeling like he is better than others for it.
i admire Sufidreamer for his positivity and sweet nature.
i admire Winsome's formidable writing skill set.
i admire rebekeahELLE for following her own path and having confidence in her self and her writing.
and that wild and crazy guy, Adsense Strategies, who also gets my 'like' and 'crush' votes as well
i admire me! im number one here everybody, and you all competing second as far as im concerned. hahahaha!
I have a bit of a short attention span ,
but I have enjoyed these hubbers:
James A Watkins
I hang out in the Religious forum and I have come across many highly evolved souls there .
I like the way many write and I am bound to leave out a few names.
Twenty One Days
this is to name just a few good writers
Why because I have learned something from each and every one of them.
They have knowledge to share.
The biggest idiots who insist on writing rubbish
Cagsil takes the cake
I am guilty of trying to write too often at the moment and not seeing what and who else is out there doing all the wonderful stuff. It must be lovely to be admired in the community - respect from people who write so well is a great prize.
Thank you, this series of answers to your original question is really interesting.
I would say there are several.....
Honesty in their writing...
Each write from within themselves...(ironically, all women)
Thanks so much Cags I do admire you too.
What I admire about you especially is you say your thoughts in the forums, sometimes challenging, always direct, you do not fear to speak your mind, yet you are soft as a teddy inside, a true romantic soul.
You're welcome Blondepoet. I'm honored by your kind words as well. Thank you very much.
I agree with blondepoet though I didn't have the words, but I sensed something, and you are here in the forums ALOT! Welcoming newcomers but also I think it may help get new followers!!
I do truly admire a lot of the men and women here as well.
Hubpages has some of the most beautiful, handsome, great spirited people in the world here. Love them to death.
Too many to list them all, so I will only post 3, two of my favorites that I read everything they publish and one new Hubber that really deserves a look
BreakfastPop Great political opinion and satire everyday plus a terrific recipe http://hubpages.com/profile/breakfastpop
Sunflowerbucky for relaying a very funny outlook
DaveRaves Hub pages new comer
So many, so many it is hard to choose with attitude and gratitude I enjoy so many I can't pick just one.
Good heavens, this could be a very long list indeed but I'll try to keep it simple-
Carolina Muscle has some of the funniest hubs!
Pcunix keeps me entertained through his wit!
KPartin writes amazing hubs on very important topics.
Habee has a fantastic personality that shows in all her hubs.
Mega1 writes in such an engaging way that it's impossible to simply scan through any of her work.
GraceFaith writes beautifully about wonderful topics I love to read.
MightyMom, Pachua213, Isabella Snow, FrankiesGirl6, and others all feel the same pain I have and have found ways of transferring that to well written hubs that convey strength and survival.
Cagsil, Misha, Neil Sperling, Dave Mathews, RGNestle, Kangaroo Jase, Greek One, springboard, daniel carter, RedElf, Ghost23, and countless others give me plenty to ponder, laugh about, and enjoy.
I know that I'm not listing everybody but I have a deep respect for so many writers here!
Wow, CC! Thanks a bunch!
There are so manny hubbers on here that I like and admire for their writing skills, I'd be afraid to start listing.
Here Here , Thank you very much CC, I do believe I am *blushing*
Also since I still consider myself a *newbie* around these parts where people may mention 'ahhhhhh he's just finished being new, and the plastic wrapping is off', what do I do with all this plastic wrapping I have taken off?????? recycle?
You are all more than welcome! As far as being new, you either have it or you don't and it's usually pretty hard to get it if you don't already have it and you, my dear, certainly have it.
Do you mean "Hear, hear"?
My favourite hubber is Misha because he is very helpful and I like Russians.
Mine is Sufidreamer. Because he is so kind, and always stays true to himself. He doesn't lash out, I've never seen him lose control, he is an excellent hub writer, and an overall well-rounded HubPages.com member and friend.
Great hubber. http://hubpages.com/profile/Sufidreamer.
My second favorite is a toss up between Chuck, Patty Inglish and Mark Knowles.
Man! you've got me following sufidreamer lol
I'm newish here, but I have to give huge credit to SteveoMC and WryLit for the wonderful welcomes and fabulously detailed feedback they gave me. Really phenomenal, giving posters. Due respect.
I am new here but because of reccomending peoples hubs I really enjoy
Richieb799, Surabhi Kaura, kerry 43, cagsil and whover writes the very informative hubs about hubpages !
This is helpful for "newbie" hubbers! I am brand new and just started writing some articles. It is cool to know who here is admired!
I'm still pretty new but the Hubber's that I admire most of the one's I know are ...
Honestly, everyone that I have met here has been very helpful and supportive.
sheesh....I don't know...i haven't read a large portion of hubber's works...so..lots more reading to do....i'm careful about how many I follow so that I don't overload my email.....i do admire some for what they have to say in their posts...gives me insight into what they are all about....lots of good people here.
if you want to = you can get one email with all the new hubs by all hubbers each day instead of a separate email for each new hub! check out your profile page
Paraglider. An awesome mix of intellect, humor, writing ability and scope.
That's very kind of you guys. I was going to respond with a "stitching up an episiotomy" joke to mitigate my blush, but there's really no way to make that joke without being crude and sexist so I elected to skip it entirely.
my list would have to include a number of Huber's, not only for their ability to write, but their ability to support others around Hub Pages
blondepoet--kimberlyslyrics--shadesbreath--cagsil--saddlerider--mike lickteig--ken r abell--nadiaazhar--lorlie6--pam kennedy--misha--ann nonymous--internet writer62--samboiam--veronica allen--daniel carter--ralwus
Another list of fine hubbers who help others. Well done!
Thanks for the mention, H.C.-we do have a lot in common. I admire you very much as well, in addition to Shadesbreath, McHamlet, Mighty Mom, Duchess O'Blunt, mega1, ralwus and Stan Fletcher (and not just 'cause he's cute!)
Oh dear, though, this is another thread where we're bound to leave folks out...sooooo many more!
Thankyou so much H.C that means a lot. As I have told you many times you indeed are so beautiful, warm hearted and I love you to death.
Thanks IE and Cosette - you made me blush.
They are both hubbers worth reading - IE has a fascinating way of looking at religion and spirituality, and Cosette takes you on a wonderful trip through American pop culture.
There are many talented wordsmiths on Hubpages - Paraglider, Blondepoet and Shades have been mentioned. I would add
CJ Stone - A professional journalist and travel writer
Teresa McGurk - She can make you laugh and cry in a single sentence.
James Watkins - I love his writing voice
Aya Katz - Her work with Bow is a must read
D.A.L. - He is from my part of the world and always makes me feel a little homesick!
Ghost32 - Love his hubs about building his own home from sandbags
Hal Licino - I disagree with his political views, but I like the guy and he is a very engaging writer
Cris A - A good writer and creative with Photoshop, too.
LondonGirl - She is getting her own site up and running and is sadly missed, but writes wonderful Hubs about English history
There are many more, but these fine, entertaining writers are a great start
A great group of interesting and helpful hubbers in this list too! You guys rock! HI Sufi! I am a big fan of Hal's motorcycle hubs too.
Hi Earnest - we are doing well in Greece. It is very hot and sunny, but we hope to take a trip to the beach in the next couple of days.
How is life in the Greek colony known as Melbourne?
Hi Sufi. Glad to know all is well in Greece. Melbourne is going great, especially for many of my Greek friends who met the financial crisis cashed up!
3 of my Greek friends are making big money from the financial crisis. One in used cars, another in real estate and the third from plumbing.
Greek Australians are major survivors!
A lot of great ones have been mentioned-- but I'm going to have to second your list out of laziness and out of total agreement. with many of my favorite favorites. .. including sufi and more...
i admire myownworld the most..here hubs are thought provoking ..
Glad that life is treating you well.
Greeks certainly do know how to get through the bad times - Greek ingenuity and Aussie grit is always a good mix - one of my Aussie-Greek friends just built some boarding kennels for dogs and is doing very well.
I wish I had thought of it first!
I admire Mark Knowels because he is such a nice guy.
H.C. Porter becasue she is so lovable and suave..
Why - humor, class and consistency.
people who I admire are:
everyone of these are brilliant and Hp's is all the better for having them.
You, blushing? Beauty like yours how would one ever tell...
C/mon. You know you write great stuff here.
kmackey, for just being brilliant why else!
eh, there's too many to name to be honest, as im afraid i might leave a few out by accident. i'll just say that the hubbers i admire are all the people that follow me, and all the hubbers i follow. they know who they are, so that's all that matters.
although i will say, i do tend to model my style of critiquing films after Roger Ebert and Peter Travers a lot, as i incorporate different aspects of their style into my own. Like I love Roger Ebert's bluntness about ANY movie, and how he's not afraid to tell you if something sucks and he'll tell it like it is. Then there's Peter Travers that always seems to give a full analytical review and seems to do a lot of research on the movies he reviews. like if it's based off a novel or comic book (for instance), it always seems like he'll know exactly if the movie is true to the source or not. which leads me to believe he does a lot of research. hence, i try to incorporate that along with Ebert's bluntness into my style. of course, im no where near as good as they are. as i consider myself nothing more than a piss ant to them, but i do admire them though. lol. sorry, i didn't mean to hijack this forum. lol
i miss seeing Hokey. the list goes on, i admire everyone on hubpages because they are all here to be themselves and make each day more knowledgeable, brighter and better for everyone.
thanks cosette and kyriana, honored to be admired by such wonderful writers.
I really admire everyone I follow, and I follow people from everywhere, for that reason.. I think it's fascinating to read hubs written by people from different countries, continents, cultures. I've cried, laughed, felt comfort and sheer joy, just about every emotion while reading hubs and I do read many. I don't always comment, but I travel through Hubville finding treasures everywhere. this morning I actually went on an adventure with CJ Stone birdwatching along the Danube Delta into Romania. it is pure pleasure. :]
but I admire many more than I follow. someone will pop up on my newsfeed or in the forum, and I admire their voice.
HP is really a wonderful place on the web.
hi everyone it is 4.30 in da mornin..... i love all hubbers that take the time to interact.....
D.A.L. Is my inspiration at the moment, his photos are lovely...
Sufidreamer, don't forget me, i love that you are always mentioned in these kind of things.... I am from the same part of the world also. The centre of the universe.
Sandra Rinck, because of her openness and honesty that allow to observe a development of her wonderful personality
Ditto and you of course Earnest. Us Aussies have to stick together lol.
I am so glad this thread started to take off BP, it is a great place for new hubbers to see how it is done.
You are among the best BP, your humour lights this place up as well.
I know you admire BP Misha, good taste these Russians!
Thankyou dear Earnest you are such a dish,
Along with the charming, loveable Mish.
You guys are so sweet, like a mammoth choc sundae,
Thats why I love you from Monday to Sunday.
I admire Marisa Wright.
She was one of the first hubbers I really bumped into - for awhile I was too busy hubbing to ever look at the forums.
She's always helping out and answering questions!
Here's my list:
Sally's Trove, Sufidreamer, Carolina Muscle, Benjimester, Bard of Ely, Christoph Reilly, Feline Prophet, IzzyM, Stan Fletcher, Womannshadows, Micky Dee, Samboiam, Winsome, Shalini Kagal, Robie2, KCC Big Country, Muley84, Sabu Singh, RunAbstract, Blondepoet, James Watkins, Cagsil and Zsuzsy Bee.
I'm glad someone mentioned celiabeltran, who has some really good articles. Also, Zsuszy Bee, crmhaske...
dahoglund has some nice, nostalgia articles on Betty Boop, Shirley Temple and other notable personalities.
I'm suprised nobody has mentioned The Lost Dutchman yet.
BJBenson (mostly funny stuff - her "spin" on things)
I'm forgetting some really cool people but hopefully they'll be mentioned by others
OMG OMG ... nobody's mentioned me yet!!!
And they won't.
There's been a lot of good hubbers listed above. I won't write my list as I feel unworthy as a follower at the moment because
[a] I probably haven't clicked to follow my favourites yet (maybe forgot that day)
[b] I've not commented on their hubs shame on me
Loads of fab people here in hubs! Lots of nutters too ... sometimes the two groups interchange
Too many to mention but I'll name a few -
I love so many people here - this is just a few.
I dunno who my faves are here because I have only been here a few weeks. I know that some of the people I followed early on aren't worth reading and some of them are, but some of the ones I liked haven't published much, so how can they be a favorite if I'm not reading them constantly?
I'm sure there will be some thread just like this in six months or a year and by then I should know who is the bees knees in my book.
I admire Hubber: Art 4 Life.
Her tales of living on the mountain in a completely different culture are outstanding. She writes from personal experience & is blunt, as well as to the point. Her generosity is real. for what she's been through, & is going through now, she's risen above it all by allowing herself to have compassion on those who persecute her & using humor to deal with it.
Hats off to 'Art 4 Life'!!
There are to many to name and I ain't gonna name a select few for fear of leaving someone out.
So many but James Watkins, Tony and Londongirl. Just plain good writers and enjoy their stuff.
thx bgpappa and you do a fine job too. So many I like but I love AEvans she has always been so helpful early on, Breakfast Pop who had the most original format I have seen here and also myownworld has always been very thought provoking and her writing touches you on the inside as well. And also James Watkins too. Cris A , Ripplemaker and a bunch of others too !
All these hubbers deserve a mention: Rebekah, DoorMattnomore, Tantrum, Duchess O Blunt, Charanjeet, Paradise, LisaH, Cheeky Girl, Sage W, Blonde Poet, Prettydark, Shil1978, Rochelle, Cosette, PeggyW, Kimberly, Wrenfrost, Wavegirl, Mega1, Tatjana, Nellieana, Emievil, KCC, Tammy L, Pamela99, Izzy, Habee, Alekhouse, Fastfreta, A.E, trish, elayne, CMHypno, Polly C, Feline P, Shaz, Ladybird, MightyMom, SallyTrove, Kerryg, GlassSpider, Becca, Rafini, SusanaS, Katiem, Blackreign, Zsusy, Lorlie, MoneyGlitch, Donotfear, Redelf, Misty, Beth100, UW, Humming, wyanjen, SusanL, Anath, drb, rmcrayne, Valerie, MagicStar, Pinky, QuirkyP, Kadmiels,Terence.... and on and on....
And don't even get me started on the male hubbers!
@ Tony, thank you so much, the admiration is mutual!
I don't think you named enough females, MOW!
Thanks for including me in your list myownworld - I have also always enjoyed reading your hubs.
There are so many great hubbers but:
I think that Arthur Windermere has one of the most original outlooks on life on HubPages.
Hello, hello writes lots of interesting hubs and is great at writing comments on other Hubber's hubs.
Also Nell Rose, 2patricias and SandySpider
And for selling hubs, the best hubber has to be Nelle Hoxie, who is also so generous in sharing her knowledge
myownworld for sure...she the best out there and I am yet to discover anybody as good as her...with all due respect to the others though...
PCunix - he always makes me chuckle, whether reading his hubs or on the forums. I admire the fact that he is quite happy to just say what he thinks even his is the lone voice in the wind!
Nelle Hoxie (although she doesn't like me these days)
Dozens more, I hate doing these really, seeing as I miss people out.... I tend to lean towards the SEO and Affiliate marketers, or the people who use their talents in a highly commercial sense, rather than in a purely creative sense. I respect all types of hubbers however, but SEO and marketing has become my primary interest - particularly as my flair for writing is somewhat limited. I like to think that I have a half decent business head however.
Sufidreamer is the odd one out on that list, in that he has a great deal of talent but monetises in a different way - bidding for tenders.
I don't read too much if I am honest, not as much as I should, I couldn't name a single hubpage of many of the people that I enjoy talking to in the forum....
Justine76 - who isn't here anymore. I admire Justine's style and her willingness to share her life with us - if it weren't for Justine I probably wouldn't have shared so much of my life.
Qwark - his writing intrigues me, although I often don't agree with him.
Cagsil - he's always there and willing to help.
lmmartin - she willingly shares her knowledge on life and writing.
Shazwellyn - her gentle persuasion will never convince me, but I admire her spirit for trying.
Aficionada - her forum posts always sound well thought out and kind.
I admire every hubber who participates regularly in the forums - for sharing their knowledge, showing the rest of us how to have fun, being there to support another hubber as needed, and, for those who aren't easily offended - anyone who is patient enough to put up with me and my lack of understanding in the social department.
Forgive me if I am wrong, but surely Justine76 remains a Hubpages regular under a different username?
I was under the impression that she still posts on this forum under a different username on a near-daily basis?
could be, I don't know her that well so haven't seen her return.
Can't seem to spell the username correctly, but its Dormatore or Doormatore or something like that. With an avatar of an attractive young girl in a red top.... maybe I am going crazy, or thinking of somebody else, but I am sure that was once Justine76 before she had to do a runner...
Oh, wow. I'd thought I'd seen that avatar before! But I didn't think the face was familiar...maybe it was photoshopped?
ha ha ha!!! Door Matt no more....not letting people walk on me... Thank you guys. (Its the same pic, I have no clue how to do photoshopping.)
I am no good at lists, there are way too many hubbers I admire. If I follow you, I admire you, for one or another, and I am always finding new people to follow.
Okay, my "short list" would have to include SunForged, DarkSide, FrogDropping, Habee, Nelle Hoxie, Marisa Wright, Misha, EarnestHub, RyanKett, Mark Knowles, FrogDropping, Empress Felicity, ShadesBreath, Greek One, PCUnix, Thisisoli, Sufidreamer, UninvitedWriter, AidenRoberts, AEvans, Rochelle Frank, Red Elf, RMCrayne, Julie-Ann Amos, Emievel, Cosette, MrVoodoo, Lady E and others.
As a group, they are able to make money here at HP, stir up controversy, put out fires, educate others, provoke thought, provide encouragement and knowledge, and in some cases, even shut up the religionists.
I admire WryLilt for somehow managing to have over 150 hubs after only four months at HP.
There are tons of hubbers who I follow regularly and really enjoy , but it is a lesser known hubber that I truly adore.
Barkley Rosehill is a hubber who will go the extra mile to support fellow hubbers. When I comment on a hub of his, he returns the favor three-fold. We have a good relationship in exchanging relevant links with each other, and it has really been paying off. He is the type of guy that if you scratch his back...he'll scratch yours. Check him out at http://www.hubpages.com/profile/barkley+rosehill
for sure NOT
Mikel (where is that dude)
OK those for sure NOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
take not, there's more but that should make a big enough beware list for now
and I do repeat Ryankett ok?
What? A 'beware list?' Is this a blacklist, Kim? What's going on?
I bet its WayneT without the A and an extra T?
I think she's referring to 'waynet.'
Why stir everything up, K? Why not start a "What Hubwriters do you dislike and why" thread?
I find your post unkind, unnecessarily so. There are a lot of very good writers on your 'list' who don't need this McCarthy approach.
I can't believe I got called a wynett....in my part of town a winnet is a botty hair with a piece of dried turd on it....nooooooooooooooo!!!
Hahahaha yeah! dangleberries and all that jazz!!
I had to google botty. hahahahaa. I got it tho...
I bet you do lol hahahahahahahahahahah
or is that betty????
wow....I really should have realized what I just said there...
lol its the same up in our part of town too!!!!!!
Hey Kim- im a little confused? A Beware List? Alright?
Anyways, hope you are okay-sorry havent been around much lately-been going through some times and havent felt like doing much of anything. Shoot me an email when you get a chance...Do hope that you are feeling well and that the site is coming along, if you need any help-let me know.
who's stevven? is that me? or another steven something on here? the reason why i ask is because i think there was at least one other guy named steven mc or whatever on here; somebody else on this forum mentioned. don't worry, i won't be offended either way. i was just curious so i can say thanks if you are referring to me, OR just ignore it then if it's not. sorry. i just needed clarification on that.
Yep you should definitely all be very wary of me, I cannot be trusted any further than I can be thrown....
And you made the very top of the list, and the bottom too :-)
I cannot figure out what that list has in common to be disliked. I can certainly understand somebody not liking certain people, but that list seems so varied...
maybe she was having an opposite day...Im pretty sure she likes all those people alot.
I'm not sure if it is a joke or not? I suspect that I may be on the list for stating that I don't like her friend Cagsil.. although ironically I have grown to like him. I would find it most unusual if she held a grudge against that many people at once, that is a hefty list.
I can quite literally count on one finger the number of people that I genuinely dislike on this site, and that person had to send me threats of physical violence to achieve that classification.
Sure, there are a few that get right on my nerves. A few that I disagree with 95% of the time, a few with massively inflated egos, but it takes a lot for me to genuinely dislike somebody. However, it could be a joke
In fact I am pretty certain that it IS a joke, as Cagsil is on her list... a few days ago they still seemed to very much get on like a house on fire? Joke it is...
plus cagsil was on the list. Thats why I think it was a opposit-ish type of thingy. Or a reaaaaaaaaaly bad day and I hope its better now.
I'm sure it must be a joke. Kimberly does not seem like the kind of person who would dislike that many people.
And surely she wouldn't dislike you enough to mention it twice
OMG Ryan it was a total joke, it was who I admire, sorry you misunderstood me. I actually have only ran into 2 people I am not fond of. I fear you won't see this. Do you think I would dislike so many, and you of all people? Please, I am sorry.
did it again. :
myownworld , breakfastpop,prettydarkhorse,James Watkins , Stan Fletcher Cheeky Girl, Hal Lucino and probably 100 more.Lot's of good writers here.
This is a hard question as I admire many but here's a few I follow regularly ...
and many more but the list would be wayyyyyy tooooo long.
ummmm...why are we on E and C time still up? LoL!
I follow some really good writers. I enjoy them all except 5 or 6 of them that mostly write on topics that don't interest me after all.
Some that come to mind:
Wayne Brown, RNMSN, Wrylit,habee,James Watkins, Arkirchner,
doormatnomore,lil jen,billy austin dillon,wannabewestern,
pamela kinnaird,Fetty, coffeesnob,fifty caliber,heart4theword,putz ballard,
I am most intrigued by habee, who writes prolicficallyand interestingly, comments insightfully, and has a very congenial personality.
(and at least 10-15 more that because it's pass 2:00 a.m. skip my mind right now)
My list ,starting with wayne brown, is the writers I enjoy following.(ha! not the 5 or 6 I mentioned as uninteresting...just wanna clear that up!LOL!)
Jackie, girlfriend, you are awesome! LOVED your hub about deafness.
Ernesto, I think (and hope!) you're right!
Thanks and hugs habee! I meant every word! Love to read your stuff, and if I lived close enough, I would strongly (beg) hint to come to dinner, because of all those good recipes!Lucky Randy Godwin! BTW,I am officially retired and NOT teaching school!
You're always welcome at my table!
BTW, even though Randy has eaten many meals at my house, he doesn't need me - he has his mom, and she's an awesome cook! And Randy's wife is a great cook, too! Most Southern women are. I guess you can never have too many good cooks in your circle, though. lol
Thanks Jackie, I have always wanted to be on a goodie list.. I am honored.. My 1st mention.. Ahhhh
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