What is your name ..?
Each letter has it's numerical equivalent. Work out what the numbers/letters are, add them together = your name ruling number.
by Mark Knowles 10 years ago
Has anyone noticed hubpages' alexa ranking is currently 666Does the mean the atheists, I mean, communists, I mean darwinists, I mean, spaghetti eaters, I mean...
by Rhonda Elisha 6 years ago
The Riddle: The numbers: (666 and 616) In Scripture (Revelation 13:18) “The name of the man is in the number!” The information given is not that of my own wisdom and understanding but that which belongs to God the Lord Yeshua from the Holy Spirit. I boast only of that being of God...
by Marie Flint 4 years ago
I do a fair amount of suggesting editorial changes to hubbers when I feel these may be helpful. I despise the challenge prompts testing whether or not I'm a person. First of all, my vision isn't exactly eagle acute. Second, if one letter or number is wrong, the mail won't send.I appreciate that I...
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
What is the "breaking point" on your Hubpages numerical ratings when you decide to remove it?When cleaning up our Hubpages and removing old Hubpages that have not received much attention, do you use a numerical value that determines the breaking point? When it drops below 60 points more...
by Ms.Lavae 4 weeks ago
by Katherine Tyrrell 4 years ago
I've just exported the earnings report for September as a csv document - and then opened it in Excel and am absolutely dismayed to find that all the income reported is formatted as TEXT! Bottom Line: this means it is completely useless for manipulation when imported into Excel because the $ are not...
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