What ? has been asked too many times, and in too many variations this year?
Is there one ? or one theme of ?s that are just too numerous, so as to become annoying and non functional?
For me it's what do you plan to do with the millions of illegals in this country?
by G. Diane Nelson Trotter 4 years ago
If evolution is fact, why are there so many variations of the process?In response to a previous question 6 people gave six variations of evolution: Several theories involved fish and several did not. One person discussed migration of lions? If evolution is true, why don't all...
by Holly 7 years ago
My husband complains about my obsession with shoes- he says that there is no rational reason that I should have; at last count 162 pairs; of fabulous-expressive-conversation starter- shoes...I have boots of different styles/shades and heights-I have heals with straps some without- I have sneakers...
by Pamela N Red 13 months ago
Can you have too many tabs open on your computer and if so how many is too much?I usually end up with quite a few open at a time while writing due to marketing on social networking sites (that's my story and I'm sticking with it), email and of course HubPages. Most of the time I don't notice it...
by Dolores Monet 8 years ago
Will having too many comments posted on a hub be a cause for concern? Could too many comments make a hub less google worthy? I have one hub with over 200 and that seems excessive.
by Cindy Lawson 5 years ago
How many children do you think is too many to have?There is a woman on the island where I live who survives only on benefits and now has 14 children. She openly admitted she got jealous when her 16 year old daughter got pregnant last year. The Husband left her a couple of years back, and most of...
by David Livermore 5 years ago
How many cats is too many for one person to own?I currently own two cats and toying around with the idea of getting a third. But I don't want to be "that person". You know, the kind that people think are weird for owning too many cats. What do you think?
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