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There is also a humorous side of you and this I see, welcome to HubPages! Life is so serious it is nice to have some fun. Keep on writing. I am a team player, you can write about me.
I'd much prefer a review from someone who doesn't capitalise every word in his announcement and knows how to edit his own hubs.
...and someone who doesn't have quite so many grammar/spelling errors in only a few lines (whether in this thread or in a profile).
And I was supposedly the first victim of review. Go figure.
You were a great victim and it is nice that you took it so well.
And this could be seen as self promotion for your own Hubs, which is a no-no in the forums!
and like wow 4 hours experience on HP and 2 hubs - total expert!
Before you set yourself up as a reviewer of other people's work, don't you think that you should know how to use camel case appropriately?
And when you act as a Spelling and Grammar Nazi, your own spelling and grammar should be flawless.
Unfortunately your hub review about Cagsil is so full of spelling and grammatical errors that it's impossible to take you seriously.
by David Livermore 5 years ago
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by JSParker 7 years ago
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by xquisit1985 9 years ago
This time it was a 30 hubs in 30 days and you seem to have made that. Did you set a personal goal of 100 in 30?
by Steve 6 years ago
Why don't people check their spelling and grammar when they write and publish their Hubs?It is understandable when the person is not a native English speaker, but when the author is a native English speaker with some amount of education, it is quite sad.
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