It is what you seem to be doing non-stop in various threads that you started yourself, about 30 seconds of self examination should be enough.
How many hubs have you ever published recommend1? What do you use HubPages for? To spread this type of ghetto-statements?
...Is Maito-dog working well with schizophrenia? Uh...ah..she can't use her account anymore..ah...she feels shame to use her picture..uh!
A Hubber named "Tanmoy Acharya" was really sarcastic and mean and.....
recommend1 posted 3 weeks ago in reply to this
"You are a very naughty boy !"
uthurbanposted 3 weeks ago in reply to this
"Here is another Sock Puppet in the guise of Panda..... Calling Evolution Guy a naughty boy..... ha ha ha ha!!!!!!!!! Yuan is getting down....and the anti-dumping duty is going to be ON.... Be Alert!!"
...Someone is saying that you are a sockpuppet of Evolution Guy. What's that recommend1?
Yes, that one was one of the Award Winner of idiots to stop by the forums.
And obviously the person saying this doesn't know either one of the other two people they are talking about. Recommend1 and Evolution Guy are not the same person and neither one of them is sock puppet for the other.
Wouldn't it be interesting to find out that the OP is also a sock puppet... Maybe of another account that was started around the same time...
And that both were sock puppets of an older account?
I have been accused of being LiveLonger's sock puppet before... of course LL is just another's alter-ego.
"Wouldn't it be interesting to find out that the OP is also a sock puppet" - Drop
LMAO, because I'm not a sock puppet... this is my only account on HP (although my hubby has one too amazingly, both accounts share the same IP.)
I realize that you are both a troll and a SP. However, I am bored so I'll play with you
Did I say this to you ever?-
A lady who can say IDGAF in public does not deserve much attention from me. What is that 'F' in IDGAF? Is that a very civilized internet slang? Do you think people don't understand what you mean?
What is IDGAF- http://onlineslangdictionary.com/meaning-of/idgaf
Where did you go away recommend1?
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I do not fully understand this statement, can anyone please clarify?
HP can do anything it wants to with author content (as opposed to hub content) as long as it is in connection with HP.
You cannot remove author content and you can't charge HP for using it.
So this is concerning forum posts and Q and A. Not our hubs?
as long as you keep the hubs published...that right goes.
If I understand your meaning, that is incorrect. Author content has nothing to do with hubs, you can't remove it and the license granted HP is irrevocable.
Hub content is different; it can be removed from HP and the license granted to HP is much more limited.
You are correct wilderness.
To remove author content at author's request would cause a discontinuity to threads, comments, etc.
I'm sure that is the reason. That photos are considered author content is a little harder to see, although somewhere I picked up the idea that it would be difficult to remove them from the database. I don't see why, but then I didn't write the program, either.
So, my brother-in -law is a photagrapher. If he allows me to use his photos and I place them in a hub they become property of HP?
That does not seem right? As the photos were never mine to begin with.
I'm not sure about that one wilderness, I know next to nothing about the way databases work on a large scale.
I'm wondering though, if two authors share the same photo (public domain photos are reused alot) are there two copies of the photo in the database, or do both hubbers share the same photo file? (Did that make sense?)
Without knowing for sure, I believe you will a copy of that PD photo under both authors.
If you go to the photos in "my account" you will find all the photos you have uploaded and none from anyone else. You have your own private database, so to speak. While an individual photo file could carry a tag saying it belonged in two databases easily enough, to check every photo as it is uploaded and make sure that it doesn't match any other photo anywhere in all the databases, down to each individual digital bit, would be difficult. Possible, but difficult and time consuming.
It's not a real problem for me because I mainly use PD photos. The few pictures I've used that are my own I'm not overly concerned about (I'm not a photographer by any means). Now my hubby is, and he's got a few on the site and will probably have more as he writes new hubs.
LMAO, a reciprocal thread hijack. This could be the coolest thing EVER!
What is that F , you said in IDGAF ? - such a civilized and religious-minded lady...shah...you have a sinner!
LMAO, aren't you cute? You haven't even cut your troll baby teeth yet.
Moral character is the most valuable thing to a person
You are truly the master.
Does ROTFLMFAO mean this? -
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.p … fid=210272
After Tanmaya Acharya chaos, this one is the best thing ever happened to HP.
You can still request HP to remove forum posts, questions and hubs from your account. They did that many times. Another way to delete entire account is - BAN.
There was a forum discussion on the topic of Author Content a few months ago. Some of those comments may be helpful here. It's a short thread.
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by PhenomWriter 8 years ago
I am very interested to figure out the psychosis that creates this thing called sockpuppeting. Do you have any idea. In case you don't know that there are laws that prevent it - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sockpuppet_(Internet)
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