Um, are you the type that reads directions on everything or
Do you not go by the book- at least not at first- and go directly to your "mechanical insticts"
(As in putting simple furniture together
or assembling something etc)
Like on hubpages- I don't read everything- I learn little by little
If you do that, then you open yourself up for things like character attack?
It is always wise to read first, before acting. It is difficult to do, when some things can be done without needing to read, however, on HubPages, at least some sort of professional atmosphere would be nice.
HubPages is not a social networking site, like Facebook.
Just a thought.
What about it?
(a) it's an interesting topic
(b) I have reported to HubPages Staff and most likely, they will do as I've asked them to do- move it to the correct category, which would be Hubber's Hangout.
It really doesn't pertain to anything relevant on HubPages, therefore it didn't belong in the category you put it into. That would be one reason I told you to delete the other thread. There was no reason for it.
The people who make a fuss out of other people opening threads in the wrong category are just nit-picking details and truly want a professional attitude. However, HubPages has a report button and under that button, if something is mis-categorized, then Hubbers can inform Staff and they will move the thread to the appropriate category. I am constantly reporting thread to be move, because many are on HubPages, for some reason think it is a social networking site.
Other than that- I have no problem with the thread.
ty so much, i didn't know you could delete!
you're the best
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