I was wondering whether or not your picture is you. If it is not real photo you should not use human's sense. If it is a real photo I am sorry.
No comment is made on the validity of the profile picture that is in compliance with writing for hubpages because of the offensive nature of the comment.(The perceived analogy here is the beauty and brain negation) However short of this comment being flagged, the substance that is read has no bearing on the author's photos. Read the comments on the profile page for an indept analysis about the writer's competence.
by Dennis L. Page 16 months ago
Have republicans lost their sense of humor?Jimmy Kimmel’s performance last evening during the Academy Awards was absolutely hysterical. However, the internet trolls hated his comedy routine and claim he made the show more about politics. We live in a political world now and satire is normally a...
by Genna East 4 years ago
I was curious if any hub members have experienced these “ghosts” on HP. These are individuals who register with HP, but do not enter any information in their profile or publish any hubs. They register to follow only one hubber's activity (yours), but do not post any comments to your...
by madeline crow 9 years ago
I just joined Hubpages and I have no idea how this works. I need help and I'm willing to take any constructive critism offerd me. Please don't be cruel. I'm just another writer trying to get my voice heard.
by Dr Mark 3 months ago
Now that Q&A answers have ads we should be getting paid for them. I have well over 20,000 page views for my Q&A so far so I would like to know if they are added to our total page views and if they are added to the total impressions. How is the program set up now that it is no longer a trial?
by Stephanie Henkel 6 years ago
How do you react to hubs with comments disabled?As a hub reader, how important is it to you to be able to comment? Does it frustrate you when you are not allowed to comment on a hub? Will you still vote on that hub? Will you follow an author who disables comments? I wonder if disabling comments...
by Glenn Stok 4 years ago
I just had a comment in one of my hubs with a self-promotional link, which is against HubPages' terms of service. Of course I denied the comment. But then I went to that Hubber's profile and checked his activity. He had posted similar comments in dozens of other Hubber's Hubs. When I looked at...
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