Twas the night before Christmas and all through HP,
The hubbers were happy and writing with glee.
The hubs were all ranking in Google so high,
In hopes that some buyers would soon venture by.
The trolls were nestled all snug in their beds,
While visions of thread-hijacking danced in their heads.
And Maddie in her kerchief and Paul in his cap,
Had just settled down to weed out some crap.
When out on Google there arose such a clatter,
They both ran to see just what was the matter.
They rushed to their browsers and checked all their stats,
Just to discover a few stealing rats.
The copyright laws for our hubs did appear,
That made them feel better and calmed all our fears.
When what to Paul's wondering eyes did appear,
But a big throng of hubbers all drinking a beer.
With a little old leader who looked oh so sane,
He knew in an instant it must be rmcrayne.
More rapid than eagles the forum posts flew,
As she whistled and shouted and said "Come on you!
On Relache! On Misha! On Frogdropping too!
Let's hurry it up, I've got things to do!
To the top of the rankings, to the top of it all,
Now hub away, hub away, hub away all!"
What a hoot! And I was thinking you were buried with work and Christmas prep. Good to see you took some time for something just plain fun! Happy Holidays!
Merry, merry, merry.
Thanks for the happy images and thoughts....
great job~ hubbers will love it!
that's you and mcrane, relache, misha and frogdropping.
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