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Name: Kathy Hinsman
Gender: Female
Hometown: Pittsburgh PA
Home country: USA
Current location: Pittsburgh
Member since: Sat Feb 18, 2017, 01:16 PM
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January 10 - Happy Birthday Senator Chris Van Hollen (D) MD




How Not to Embarass Yourself when Visiting Germany



There's a lot of good info here, and I'll admit I stole it from Facebook. The thing is that many/most Americans fail to study up on cultural differences before visiting foreign countries. I know I've made mistakes on my visits, but it's still worth the effort to learn these things. Germans especially, but really all European, have the impression that we Americans are too loud - like we think they're deaf or something. There should be an entire class on the etiquette of drinking and toasting beer with friends in Germany.

If you're so great at parking, why are you getting these angry messages?


Please do not breed!








Not sure if this guy is really a neighbor.




This is so polite, I'm pretty sure a woman wrote it.


Finally, somebody with a little class.




They gave away a condom?!

Please note: I found these on Instagram, none of these angry messages were left on MY car!


Rep. Conor Lamb endorses Joe Biden for president



Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
January 5, 2020
By Julian Routh

(link) https://www.post-gazette.com/news/politics-nation/2020/01/05/Conor-Lamb-endorses-Joe-Biden/stories/202001050160

U.S. Rep. Conor Lamb, a prominent Western Pennsylvania Democrat in a swing district carried by Donald Trump in 2016, endorsed Joe Biden for president Sunday, deeming him capable of unifying the country and sticking up for the working class.

In an interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Mr. Lamb said he made the decision to endorse the former vice president because he’s focused not only on who can beat Mr. Trump in 2020, but also who can get things done and govern while in the White House. His endorsement is not so much ideological, the freshman congressman from Mt. Lebanon said, as it is on behalf of working-class people in his district who are looking for immediate change.

“You know, they need help now and they can’t afford 10 years of debate over some of these high-flying proposals,” Mr. Lamb said, using language he’s used in the past about the more progressive candidates in the Democratic primary field. “They need someone who can run the ball over the goal line, and I think the vice president can do that.”

According to a Biden campaign official, Mr. Lamb will travel to New Hampshire next weekend to appear as a surrogate for Mr. Biden. No specific details were released.


- more at link -

I think this is a good move for Rep. Conor Lamb and it reflects the opinions of his mostly-moderate District.



If this has been posted before, it bears repeating




Oh really?!?!



(cross-posted from Facebook, originally from Twitter)

January 3 - Happy Birthday Rep. Marc Veasey (D) TX-33rd



January 3 - Happy Birthday Rep. Katie Porter (D) CA-45th



January 3 - Happy Birthday Governor Ned Lamont (D) CT



January 1 - Happy Birthday Rep. Derek Kilmer (D) WA-6th



My apologies for the late post, I was away from my computer yesterday.


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