Oh the irony...how long must a hubpage be, because I only counted 57 words making it possibly the shortest around?
Give him a break!
A picture is worth a thousand words, everyone knows that.
Just as proof that no one's "above the law"...guess what I got in my inbox?
Holy Cow! This makes my remaining seven hubs in the April Hub Challenge a whole lot easier!
We've said a million times, just because something is currently published does not mean it's got our official seal of approval. The Hub in question was published before rules about length were in place. Of course, we do want to set a good example for Hubbers going forward, so the Hub in question has been unpublished. We've been very consistent about moderating Hubs like these under staff accounts, when they're brought to our attention.
Well, pictures are like a thousand words, yet in this case I think this one spoke thousands......
I agree with paradigmsearch. It's a nice Hub, and the art (and the sentiment expressed somewhere in the comments) is nice.
It's really too short to be a good Hub. I've told my mother I'll need more interesting material or it'll stay down.
Jason, Your welcome to use my format from the "artist interview series"
You could get some great info from her in under 20 minutes, or at least get some ideas.
Nice! I will ask her the questions on your list...except 32. She is my mother.
brave boy- do you not realise that mother always knows best
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