an aerosol can; (and if you want me to include my comedy improv background, I'd have to equate 'not allowed' to cannot/impossible) and say something like "a yardstick," or "a fart." For I can see in my mind's eye a performance exchange of someone coming along with a yardstick and commanding someone else to "take this thing apart and see how it works." (This would probably be a spoof on stereotypical military boot camp pointless assigned tasks.)
Whether I agree with HP's new policies or not, I respect the site's right to set their own rules. However, I think one of the reasons Hubbers are getting upset isthey're getting warnings based on rules they don't know existExamples:1. I have "overly promotional" warnings on several...
Have you ever ripped a book apart because the ending was bad?I once read a book where the main character died, his wife was raped and died during childbirth, all of his fellow heroes died, and his kingdom was plunged into chaos. I tore the book in half and threw it against the wall. Have you ever...
So here's the historyIt always did wellYou did some snips (whatever that means). But you changed the photos. I put them back. I also added some writing.You did a professional edit.You totally removed all the photos. They were absolutely horrific, and you told me that they didn't fit in some...
Does social networking bring us closer together, or further apart?While sites like facebook and twitter enable us to share vast amounts of our lives with others in an instant, are our intereactions in fact becoming shallower?
Is it allowed to ask for feedback if we aren't new and our hubs have passed QAP, but our hubs are being rejected by the niche sites? I've seen hubbers get bashed by other hubbers for asking for feedback in the past and I'd like to avoid that, if possible. My most boring food hub was chosen for...
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