The new Ohio VHS ban prohibits the intrastate distribution of VHS susceptible fish, fish eggs or bait fish from along the Lake Erie shoreline north of Rt. 6 from Indiana to Fremont, Ohio, and north of I 90 from Fremont to Pennsylvania. The old rules covered only live fish and eggs shipped to other states..
How about if you don’t like something, keep your comment to yourself. Exactly what you said nobody is doing nothing because I’m not doing anything wrong, and at least I’m trying to help while people like you criticize. I might be new to Hubpages that doesn’t mean I haven’t been doing this for years?Where is the broken rule?OP suggests he is willing to help “critique” hubs Hubbers respond with links to hubs.This is exactly the type of thing that should be going on in HP forums.What could be a better use of this space?How one chooses to follow advice is a personal choice.If there is any rule that specifically disallows such a thing, it was broken when it was written.Hub Users have a particular unusual habit of supporting that which harms them.The spirit of this thread and the “self promotion” that the rule you allude to is intended to combat do not mesh.I don’t see the harm.A side note on meta descriptions in regards to ranking, since 2009 they are not factored.Their relevance is in regards to promoting clickthroughs.
However, after four months and 25 pounds lost, I found myself looking in the mirror and still seeing the same person I was months ago. I did not see myself as any different, nor did I feel any different. I was ashamed because I felt like I was a failure for not making enough progress, and even with the progress I had made, I still didn feel happier, which angered me.
Jennifer Holmgren has a pre trial conference hearing set for April 16th and a jury trial set for May 4th. She is a former special education teacher Tippecanoe School Corporation teacher who was fired in November of 2019 after police discovered sexual messages sent from her to a teenage student. The student told police he had sex with Holmgren multiple times from the time he was 9 years old..
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