Hi, I was wondering, are there ANY other kids here on hubpages?
(8(l) homer simpson
Considering that you're not supposed to make hubs if you're under 18, I hope there aren't too many kids.
"Once You register you may create a Hub to become a Author. Only adults (18 years and over) may become Authors."
Yea... rofl jk but yea it is a dumb rule... I mean, theres no adult content,or any bad things
http://hubpages.com/help/user_agreement is a dumb rule then?
I would like to hear from HP Team. Another issue in HP
I'm not saying it's a smart rule nor saying he should follow it. I was just pointing out that , since there technically is the rule, ideally there should not be other kids . I'm not trying to be mean to him or anything. If anything I think it's great an 11 year old is here. Kids do provide a certain insight into things that adults forget about.
I think it's cool to see you kids here too! You guys have different spirits than us adults!
My daughter has a HubPages account - I signed as the official "Author" on her behalf, and if you are running Adsense on your Hubs then the person whose Adsense ID is in your Affliate box is the official over-18 "publisher" of your Hubs.
My daughter hasn't made a new Hub in a while, though. I'll let her know you were asking after her, LOL. Maybe it will encourage her.
At first I was concerned about Sherwinboy writing here since he is under eighteen, but he has assured us all his dad is fine with this. His dad is also a writer here at Hubpages, so this is okay with his family. Hubpages is a better place for him to be hanging out than myspace or some other website, so it is good he is here .
I have, in the recent past, reported Hubbers who are under 18, including those whose parents falsify the registration information.
Really, it isn't that difficult to read and follow the Terms of Service and such for most websites.
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