Is your primary goal to get attention with insults, foul language and pre-conceived ideas?
Or are you interested in a meaningful debate of an engineering problem?
by Jakipret 6 years ago
How can I make money on hub pages?...its not my primary goal but hey who doesn't want to make a buckHow can I make money on hub pages?...its not my primary goal but hey who doesn't want to make a buck,it would be really cool, i've seen people say how they make money when they blog.and check my...
by threekeys 12 months ago
What do you think needs to be humanity's primary goal?Lets have a little fun with this by-imagine if us 8 billion people on the planet were actually the body cells belonging to a giant being (male or female or neither), what kind of personality would this being have and what would be its major life...
by kknde 5 years ago
Which should be our primary goal in life?I think we have to have clear goals in order to be satisfied
by Rohan Jagtap 4 years ago
What is the Difference Between "At Afternoon" and "In the Afternoon"?English is not my primary language, so I find it very hard to understand. I am writing a blog post about the activity that I did today at (in the?) afternoon. I am not sure what should I use in the sentence? Do...
by ProCW 10 years ago
I assume that most of us live in the U.S.A., which entitles us to free speech; however... I've recently been coming across language from fellow hubbers that I find quite offensive for many people to read. Not only does this destroy the community (which most of us are trying to build) but it isn't...
by Erick Hernandez 13 months ago
Now that I have 4 hubs on vertical sites, it's time for the next step. Should I publish a hub in a book or another website?Yes, I know that Ive posted on the forums more than 20 times today, and the primary goal of Hubpages is to write hubs for fun and enjoyment, but could I actually publish my...
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