The culprits are never identified. How are moderators supposed to take action basd on that? Are they supposed to plough through every thread on every forum in hopes of spotting the behaviour you’re referring to?Unless some of you are prepared to be specific and name names, whether in public or in private via email, I can’t see how HubPages can take any action at all.Jayne Lancerposted 3 years agoin reply to thisThat other thread is called ‘Have You Ever Noticed?’ People who have noticed describe the sort of bad behavior they’ve encountered on the forums, and later, in spite of many attempts to derail the thread by people who say they have never noticed, consider whether there is a way to prevent such behavior. That thread is not addressing moderators to take action against individuals Dale just asks if anyone else has noticed.
Fired Tier 1 group. Suddenly we are doing basic Tier 1 level things, tasks that are significantly below what we were brought in to do. The new manager still expected us to cover all other tasks when the reality was because of the Tier 1 firing we are barely keeping our heads above water..
A statement released by Nike Inc. Said the company “is concerned by the serious and highly disturbing allegations made against Michael Vick, and we consider any cruelty to animals inhumane and abhorrent. We do believe that Michael Vick should be afforded the same due process as any citizen; therefore, we have not terminated our relationship.”.
I personally have a hard time recommending 205 to any one as a recruiting camp. I think it is misleading to use that name and then sign up an essentially infinite number of kids. Kids would do better to play on their club team in a name team tournament if those are the kinds of conditions they are going to play in, much less pay >$600 for and get absolutely nothing in swag other than a lame penny.
Unfortunately for the Highlanders, who seek to record their fourth consecutive victory, Cal’s defense has so far proven to be well organized and reliable. The Bears displayed a solid defensive effort against highly touted No. 4 North Carolina and then No.
Words can be fleeting they can at times be like the wind, but images often sear into our memory. To start the visual thinking process, it’s helpful to capture thoughts not just in words but also by simple pictures. Stick people and basic shapes are your biggest allies in this stage of transforming yourself to become a more visual communicator and we should never allow our fear of “drawing” get in the way.