Jerami will soon receive your message. I expected you make your question or comments explanatory. thanks
by G 4 years ago
True that people personally attack to receive a banable response???It seems as if I have been banned for responding (without malice) to "personally attacking" comments that are way worse in my opinion than my own comments. I do not "report" even the silliest or most...
by GlenR 3 months ago
I am still unsure of the etiquette/protocol regarding whether or not to respond to comments made on articles that I have written. On the one hand it seems rude not to acknowledge comments but, on the other hand, if there is nothing to write other than a thank you note it seems pointless. I think it...
by Sherri 8 years ago
I'm sure there are many reasons for and against responding to comments left by your readers. What do you think?
by FloraBreenRobison 7 years ago
I tried to post this in the answers section-where I think the question should be-but I kept being told the question had already been asked by someone else-not true-and I couldn't post it. This is directed only to hubbers who tend to respond to all comments left on their hub, rather than never...
by purpleangel47 8 years ago
When Jesus was alive was he walking around spouting affirmations of love, peace and brotherhood from a book? Or did his teachings come from his heart? While a book is a useful guide, it seems to me the heart is a much more reliable source.
by Wesman Todd Shaw 7 years ago
I got that message last night when trying to upload a photo to improve a hub. It's the next morning now, and I got the same message trying to upload a photo. I'm using XP and Chrome, but I have no idea if that is even relevant. Of course I'm working on new hubs, but I can't upload...
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