I have noticed an absence of a few Hubbers in the forums of recent times. Are people really busy gearing up for Christmas or have they been naughty and are in the forum ban sin bin again?
I think some folks don't like the weirdness that happens in the forums and have decided to steer clear, others may well have been banned too. Me I am trying to keep busy with a whole host of things so I only pop in from time to time when I am getting tired and want to mess about without it being work
Heya Travel, Kirsten and Klara,
Travel: Some of the usual suspects Mark, Misha, Earnest, Ryan, was gonna also say Oli, but seen a recent post from him and missing a couple of other regs (names escape me at the mo).
Klara: I think your guys beat Orlando, and ya got the Timberwolves next week.
Kirsten: Yeah, I usually come through the forums to either do a drive by funny (drop in a joke or funny comment and then leave the forum for that day)
Some are banned, I think - did you see that Facebook group created for them to gripe at?
Well......... it's become boring for a lot of us for numerous reasons
For me... the forums haven't been the same since The Moose stopped leaving her UFO here!
I left for awhile because of a personal thing I had to deal with.
Everything went to hell just after I jumped on board with the $100 Hub. Haven't written it even yet!
Anyway when I got back, I noticed lots of of MIA hubbers. Bummer.
Ha! mostly we all come into the forums these days to discuss who is MIA! so that got a little boring for me, and now I just read and move on without saying much - it seems most people's humor has abandoned them, except for Randy - "banned on the run!"
Banned On The Run - was definitely Paul McCartney and Wings
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