If I say they shouldn't allow such threads, then I am being a hypocrite for posting on a thread that I claim is inappropriate.
Hmmm - Should HubPages Allow answers which start with Should HubPages Answers?
Perhaps they should be referred to the Department of Redundancy Department at this point.
Okay, kiddies, have yer fun. I have a thick skin. I can take it.
I was wondering why you said this but then I noticed your thread.
I hadn't actually paid attention to the Original Posters of those threads, just that there was two in this sub-forum starting with "Should HubPages Allow..." and I like things that come in threes.
Should HubPages allow replies in such threads, or should HubPages allow us to choose whether to reply or write another "should HubPages allow" thread?
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