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Link Posted: 10/31/2020 8:07:23 PM EST
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Originally Posted By laxman09:


Niiiiiice

Btw the avatar change throws me off big time.
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Originally Posted By OverScoped:

Well I went to cool spring first, then up to my buds cabin somewhere up between st Mary's and benezette.



Niiiiiice

Btw the avatar change throws me off big time.


That's just till Thanksgiving
Link Posted: 11/1/2020 8:52:11 AM EST
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Originally Posted By laxman09:
Pittsburgh pre-election check in everyone.

How's yinz areas looking? Lots of Joe/Ho out here in my neck of BeavCo
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Allegheny county will go blue as usual.
Link Posted: 11/1/2020 9:44:30 AM EST
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Are you in PA17?
Link Posted: 11/1/2020 9:54:22 AM EST
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Allegheny county will go blue as usual.
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Originally Posted By laxman09:
Pittsburgh pre-election check in everyone.

How's yinz areas looking? Lots of Joe/Ho out here in my neck of BeavCo


Allegheny county will go blue as usual.
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.
Link Posted: 11/1/2020 10:48:30 AM EST
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Originally Posted By OverScoped:
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.
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Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Originally Posted By laxman09:
Pittsburgh pre-election check in everyone.

How's yinz areas looking? Lots of Joe/Ho out here in my neck of BeavCo


Allegheny county will go blue as usual.
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.

Bizzaro world, for sure!
Link Posted: 11/2/2020 1:22:56 AM EST
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Originally Posted By JK_Pyre:

Bizzaro world, for sure!
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Originally Posted By OverScoped:
Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Originally Posted By laxman09:
Pittsburgh pre-election check in everyone.

How's yinz areas looking? Lots of Joe/Ho out here in my neck of BeavCo


Allegheny county will go blue as usual.
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.

Bizzaro world, for sure!

This is HUGE. HUGE. Tell your undecided friends & family.
Link Posted: 11/2/2020 7:42:11 AM EST
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Originally Posted By OverScoped:
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.
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Well, damn.
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Well, damn.
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Originally Posted By OverScoped:
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.


Well, damn.


Holy shit!
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Holy shit!
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Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Originally Posted By OverScoped:
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.


Well, damn.


Holy shit!


Biden's response: drive-in "rally" with Lady Gaga [sic] at Heinz Field tonight. Hope he gets to hear some MAGA love

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Bizzaro world, for sure!
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Originally Posted By OverScoped:
Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Originally Posted By laxman09:
Pittsburgh pre-election check in everyone.

How's yinz areas looking? Lots of Joe/Ho out here in my neck of BeavCo


Allegheny county will go blue as usual.
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.

Bizzaro world, for sure!


Sure is.
And the Tribune Review, which once used to be a very conservative newspaper, is lately left leaning with nearly illiterate writers.  It’s just poorly written and unresearched  trash anymore, and is only printed maybe twice a week now.
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Sure is.
And the Tribune Review, which once used to be a very conservative newspaper, is lately left leaning with nearly illiterate writers.  It’s just poorly written and unresearched  trash anymore, and is only printed maybe twice a week now.
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Yep, I used to follow the Trib online for local news. I got tired of their leftist bullshit articles and just in the last month or so gave up on it entirely.
Link Posted: 11/2/2020 10:02:03 PM EST
Wife found this on FB and sent it to me

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Wife found this on FB and sent it to me

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Holy shit...

Any idea if that's just that particular store or was it a Giant Eagle corporate decision?

I just came from GE an hour ago. I'm going back in the morning; if I see a sign like that it's going to be a jihad against that store.
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Holy shit...

Any idea if that's just that particular store or was it a Giant Eagle corporate decision?

I just came from GE an hour ago. I'm going back in the morning; if I see a sign like that it's going to be a jihad against that store.
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No clue, she just forwarded it on to me from someone that sent it to her.
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No clue, she just forwarded it on to me from someone that sent it to her.
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Originally Posted By PA452:


Holy shit...

Any idea if that's just that particular store or was it a Giant Eagle corporate decision?

I just came from GE an hour ago. I'm going back in the morning; if I see a sign like that it's going to be a jihad against that store.


No clue, she just forwarded it on to me from someone that sent it to her.

It's true, but it's from last summer. tl;dr: Giant Eagle is super woke, don't spend your money there.

https://www.wtae.com/article/giant-eagle-stops-selling-post-gazette/32830869#

Updated: 9:36 AM EDT Jun 11, 2020

Giant Eagle will no longer sell the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "due to recent actions by the publication," the president and CEO of Giant Eagle said Wednesday night.

"It is critical that we uphold the values that have defined Giant Eagle for nearly 90 years," Giant Eagle president and CEO Laura Shapira Karet said in a social media post. "These measures will remain in place until the publication demonstrates an equal commitment to all those in the communities it serves."

An African American reporter says the PG removed her from covering local protests -- an action that the newspaper's union has urged management to reverse -- after she tweeted about damage caused by protesters juxtaposed with pictures from the aftermath of a Kenny Chesney concert tailgate.

In its social media post, Giant Eagle also said that the supermarket chain and the Giant Eagle Foundation are pledging $350,000 to support social justice causes.



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Originally Posted By EastcARstle:

It's true, but it's from last summer. tl;dr: Giant Eagle is super woke, don't spend your money there.

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I found those while searching. The sign says "temporarily" though; have they been steadily not selling it since June and just still have the "temporarily" signs up?
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Originally Posted By JQ66:


Sure is.
And the Tribune Review, which once used to be a very conservative newspaper, is lately left leaning with nearly illiterate writers.  It’s just poorly written and unresearched  trash anymore, and is only printed maybe twice a week now.
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Originally Posted By laxman09:
Pittsburgh pre-election check in everyone.

How's yinz areas looking? Lots of Joe/Ho out here in my neck of BeavCo


Allegheny county will go blue as usual.
maybe not.  the post gazette endorsed Trump this morning.

Under Donald Trump the economy, pre-COVID, boomed, like no time since the 1950s. Look at your 401(k) over the past three years.

Unemployment for Black Americans is lower than it has ever been, under any president of either party.

Under Mr. Trump, our trade relationships have vastly improved and our trade deals have been rewritten. Thanks to him, middle America is on the map again and the Appalachian and hourly worker has some hope.

Has Mr. Trump done enough for these struggling fellow citizens? No. But he recognized them. Maybe he was not articulate, but he recognized their pain.

No one ever asked the American people, or the people in "flyover," country, if they wanted to send their jobs abroad  until Mr. Trump. He has moved the debate, in both parties, from free trade, totally unfettered, to managed, or fair, trade. He has put America first, just as he said he would.

He also kept his promise to appoint originalists to the Supreme Court of the United States. His third appointment, Amy Coney Barrett, is the best of all  a jurist whose mind and character and scholarship ARE first class. We hope she stands against both judicial and executive excess.

Finally, let's talk about one of the most important concerns in this region  energy. Under Mr. Trump the United States achieved energy independence for the first time in the lifetimes of most of us. Where would Western Pennsylvania be without the Shell Petrochemical Complex (the "cracker plant")?

Donald Trump is not Churchill, to be sure, but he gets things done.

He is not a unifier. He often acts like the president of his base, not the whole country. He has done nothing to lessen our divisions and has, in fact, often deepened them. The convictions and intellect of all Americans should be respected by ALL Americans, especially the president.

Has Mr. Trump handled the pandemic perfectly? No. But no one masters a pandemic. And the president was and is right that we must not cower before the disease and we have to keep America open and working.

He has not listened well to people who could have helped him. He has not learned government, or shown interest in doing so.

But the Biden-Harris ticket offers us higher taxes and a nanny state that will bow to the bullies and the woke who would tear down history rather than learning from history and building up the country.

It offers an end to fracking and other Cuckoo California dreams that will cost the economy and the people who most need work right now. "Good-paying green jobs" are probably not jobs for Pittsburgh, or Cleveland, or Toledo, or Youngstown.

It offers softness on China, which Mr. Trump understands is our enemy.

Mr. Biden is too old for the job, and fragile. There is a very real chance he will not make it through the term. Mr. Trump is also too old but seemingly robust. But in Mike Pence, Mr. Trump has a vice president ready to take over, if need be. He is a safe pair of hands. Sen. Kamala Harris gives no evidence of being ready to be president.

This newspaper has not supported a Republican for president since 1972. But we believe Mr. Trump, for all his faults, is the better choice this year. We respect and understand those who feel otherwise. We wish that we could be more enthusiastic and we hope the president can become more dignified and statesmanlike. Each American must make up his or her own mind and do what he or she thinks is best for the community and the republic. Vote your conscience. And, whatever happens, believe in the country.

Bizzaro world, for sure!


Sure is.
And the Tribune Review, which once used to be a very conservative newspaper, is lately left leaning with nearly illiterate writers.  It’s just poorly written and unresearched  trash anymore, and is only printed maybe twice a week now.

Yeah, you're right on that.
Link Posted: 11/3/2020 7:19:59 AM EST
Well sorry if its DisInfo, I dont FB but my wife knew Id want to share it here with yinz guys
Link Posted: 11/3/2020 8:49:50 AM EST
I've driven past three polling places so far this morning 2 in Washington County and 1 in Allegheny County.

The one in Allegheny County had about 10 cars in the parking lot in about six people standing in line outside in downtown Coraopolis.

The two in Washington County has hundreds of cars parked in the parking lot and lines around the building.

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I've driven past three polling places so far this morning 2 in Washington County and 1 in Allegheny County.

The one in Allegheny County had about 10 cars in the parking lot in about six people standing in line outside in downtown Coraopolis.

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I find the term "downtown" funny considering how small Coraopolis is.
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I've driven past three polling places so far this morning 2 in Washington County and 1 in Allegheny County.

The one in Allegheny County had about 10 cars in the parking lot in about six people standing in line outside in downtown Coraopolis.

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The VFD in S McMurray, near the old mini golf, & the church next to the 519 on-ramp had lines doubling back and forth.

The vocational school on 519 near Mark West had 0 lines
Link Posted: 11/3/2020 4:06:33 PM EST
No line out here in the ghetto of Beaver County. +2 for Trump and Parnell.
Link Posted: 11/3/2020 4:28:34 PM EST
Voted around 930 this morning. Fairly long line for that time of day. It moved fast though, only waited maybe 15 minutes.
Link Posted: 11/3/2020 5:46:47 PM EST
Dumb question:

How are they matching ballots with voters?

I voted this morning and asked if I needed to sign anything and they said no.
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Dumb question:

How are they matching ballots with voters?

I voted this morning and asked if I needed to sign anything and they said no.
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they aren't other than signing your name in the ballot book.  I asked the same questions....
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Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Dumb question:

How are they matching ballots with voters?

I voted this morning and asked if I needed to sign anything and they said no.
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You should have signed the voter roll book. Your ballot isn't tied to your name. Just if you voted or not.
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Originally Posted By laxman09:

You should have signed the voter roll book. Your ballot isn't tied to your name. Just if you voted or not.
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Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Dumb question:

How are they matching ballots with voters?

I voted this morning and asked if I needed to sign anything and they said no.

You should have signed the voter roll book. Your ballot isn't tied to your name. Just if you voted or not.


So technically I could go vote again?
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Originally Posted By EastcARstle:

It's true, but it's from last summer. tl;dr: Giant Eagle is super woke, don't spend your money there.

https://www.wtae.com/article/giant-eagle-stops-selling-post-gazette/32830869#




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Originally Posted By EastcARstle:
Originally Posted By laxman09:
Originally Posted By PA452:


Holy shit...

Any idea if that's just that particular store or was it a Giant Eagle corporate decision?

I just came from GE an hour ago. I'm going back in the morning; if I see a sign like that it's going to be a jihad against that store.


No clue, she just forwarded it on to me from someone that sent it to her.

It's true, but it's from last summer. tl;dr: Giant Eagle is super woke, don't spend your money there.

https://www.wtae.com/article/giant-eagle-stops-selling-post-gazette/32830869#

Updated: 9:36 AM EDT Jun 11, 2020

Giant Eagle will no longer sell the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "due to recent actions by the publication," the president and CEO of Giant Eagle said Wednesday night.

"It is critical that we uphold the values that have defined Giant Eagle for nearly 90 years," Giant Eagle president and CEO Laura Shapira Karet said in a social media post. "These measures will remain in place until the publication demonstrates an equal commitment to all those in the communities it serves."

An African American reporter says the PG removed her from covering local protests -- an action that the newspaper's union has urged management to reverse -- after she tweeted about damage caused by protesters juxtaposed with pictures from the aftermath of a Kenny Chesney concert tailgate.

In its social media post, Giant Eagle also said that the supermarket chain and the Giant Eagle Foundation are pledging $350,000 to support social justice causes.





Except for some old people, who buys a daily paper anyways?
The trib is only printed maybe 2-3 days a week since the last couple years, and I thought the PG moved to exclusively on line before the trib did

At least for the trib, access to just about everything on line is still free.  The PG limits you to so many article views a month or year, without a digital subscription
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So technically I could go vote again?
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Originally Posted By laxman09:
Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Dumb question:

How are they matching ballots with voters?

I voted this morning and asked if I needed to sign anything and they said no.

You should have signed the voter roll book. Your ballot isn't tied to your name. Just if you voted or not.


So technically I could go vote again?

You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?
Link Posted: 11/3/2020 8:33:45 PM EST
Wanting to get a ruger 10-22 charger soon.  GB if I have to, but local would be better.   Anyone know of any gun shops in SW Pa that has one in the counter?
Rather not just go driving all over , too much work to be done outside in the next couple months, cutting down trees and pulling out logs from the property, before the gas company comes in.  They bought a right of way on the edge of the property to dig a new line for a Utica well going in next door, more or less.  At least should have a line going under the place this time.   We missed out on a Marcellus well because of the commie neighbors.
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Wanting to get a ruger 10-22 charger soon.  GB if I have to, but local would be better.   Anyone know of any gun shops in SW Pa that has one in the counter?
Rather not just go driving all over , too much work to be done outside in the next couple months, cutting down trees and pulling out logs from the property, before the gas company comes in.  They bought a right of way on the edge of the property to dig a new line for a Utica well going in next door, more or less.  At least should have a line going under the place this time.   We missed out on a Marcellus well because of the commie neighbors.
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Utica will produce more gas for your check...


Usually when they buy a right away and clear it they leave the timber for you or they purchase the Timber and leave you the scraps.
Link Posted: 11/3/2020 10:49:51 PM EST
There wasn’t a lot of good trees in that strip, mostly red maples.  But some of those were really good sap producers for making syrup.
Some red oaks and one or two black walnuts, not real big.
They are paying for the timber, but I am keeping what I want.   The rest will likely get shredded,  
Link Posted: 11/4/2020 5:42:01 AM EST
The pipeline behind me....cut all big trees, delimbed them and stacked them on the side. Shred everything under 6 inches.
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No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.
Link Posted: 11/4/2020 10:11:44 AM EST
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No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.

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You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



That means someone else can now vote in your name... and I am sure already has... You need to report that to the election fraud hotline and the Trump campaign.


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Wanting to get a ruger 10-22 charger soon.  GB if I have to, but local would be better.   Anyone know of any gun shops in SW Pa that has one in the counter?
Rather not just go driving all over , too much work to be done outside in the next couple months, cutting down trees and pulling out logs from the property, before the gas company comes in.  They bought a right of way on the edge of the property to dig a new line for a Utica well going in next door, more or less.  At least should have a line going under the place this time.   We missed out on a Marcellus well because of the commie neighbors.
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Rural King sometimes has them. Call the Monaca store and ask.
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That means someone else can now vote in your name... and I am sure already has... You need to report that to the election fraud hotline and the Trump campaign.
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This
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That means someone else can now vote in your name... and I am sure already has... You need to report that to the election fraud hotline and the Trump campaign.


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Originally Posted By OverScoped:

You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



That means someone else can now vote in your name... and I am sure already has... You need to report that to the election fraud hotline and the Trump campaign.



Yeah, she wrote your name down so she can use you later.
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No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.

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You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



What county and district?
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What county and district?
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Originally Posted By OverScoped:

You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



What county and district?

Did she write your name down in a numbered list of voters book?
They write everyone's name in it. There are two of them.
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What county and district?
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You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



What county and district?


Allegheny 18th, and as mentioned above I sent out some emails today but don’t expect to hear anything.
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Did she write your name down in a numbered list of voters book?
They write everyone's name in it. There are two of them.
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Originally Posted By PA452:
Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Originally Posted By OverScoped:

You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



What county and district?

Did she write your name down in a numbered list of voters book?
They write everyone's name in it. There are two of them.


It was a note pad, I was #10.
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It was a note pad, I was #10.
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Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Originally Posted By OverScoped:

You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



What county and district?

Did she write your name down in a numbered list of voters book?
They write everyone's name in it. There are two of them.


It was a note pad, I was #10.


There are two identical books that the poll worker have to write your name in generally it's one lady at one and one lady at another one .
right after you sign in they put your name in that book.. it seems odd one of those ladies would want to write your name down a third time.
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There are two identical books that the poll worker have to write your name in generally it's one lady at one and one lady at another one .
right after you sign in they put your name in that book.. it seems odd one of those ladies would want to write your name down a third time.
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You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



What county and district?

Did she write your name down in a numbered list of voters book?
They write everyone's name in it. There are two of them.


It was a note pad, I was #10.


There are two identical books that the poll worker have to write your name in generally it's one lady at one and one lady at another one .
right after you sign in they put your name in that book.. it seems odd one of those ladies would want to write your name down a third time.


One goes with the minority clerk/inspector to be kept for a year.  The other goes back with the main poll book to the county.  The minority clerk basically keeps a record of the votes and everything that happened at that precinct during the election away from the county.  It was part of my job this election.

The minority clerk also should go with the judge of elections for the precinct when the ballots/machine tapes are turned in to the county.

ETA: There were some retards at other precincts doing stuff wrong.  Honestly, the county's (Allegheny's) directions are clear and logical and provide for accountability if followed.  There were four precincts where I voted and one, run by some bitter older lady, had zero clue and she had been doing this for years.  Read the book lady!
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One goes with the minority clerk/inspector to be kept for a year.  The other goes back with the main poll book to the county.  The minority clerk basically keeps a record of the votes and everything that happened at that precinct during the election away from the county.  It was part of my job this election.

The minority clerk also should go with the judge of elections for the precinct when the ballots/machine tapes are turned in to the county.

ETA: There were some retards at other precincts doing stuff wrong.  Honestly, the county's (Allegheny's) directions are clear and logical and provide for accountability if followed.  There were four precincts where I voted and one, run by some bitter older lady, had zero clue and she had been doing this for years.  Read the book lady!
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Originally Posted By Hill_monkey:
Originally Posted By OverScoped:

You didnt sign the pad in front of the poll worker?


No and when I asked if I needed to the lady said no. She did write my name down on a separate piece of paper though.



What county and district?

Did she write your name down in a numbered list of voters book?
They write everyone's name in it. There are two of them.


It was a note pad, I was #10.


There are two identical books that the poll worker have to write your name in generally it's one lady at one and one lady at another one .
right after you sign in they put your name in that book.. it seems odd one of those ladies would want to write your name down a third time.


One goes with the minority clerk/inspector to be kept for a year.  The other goes back with the main poll book to the county.  The minority clerk basically keeps a record of the votes and everything that happened at that precinct during the election away from the county.  It was part of my job this election.

The minority clerk also should go with the judge of elections for the precinct when the ballots/machine tapes are turned in to the county.

ETA: There were some retards at other precincts doing stuff wrong.  Honestly, the county's (Allegheny's) directions are clear and logical and provide for accountability if followed.  There were four precincts where I voted and one, run by some bitter older lady, had zero clue and she had been doing this for years.  Read the book lady!


Thanks for your service.

My wife has been doing it for years and I get to hear all about it......That's why I think it's odd that they wrote his name down 3 times. I wanted him to clarify if that actually happened, or is the notepad actually the book.
Link Posted: 11/8/2020 12:15:27 PM EST
I started digging around PGH's DSA chapter site because I was curious how their messaging was. I found out I was acquainted with one of them, and this knowledge didn't surprise me. What did surprise me is how overtly Marxist they are. The DSA's mission1 is word salad because they are smart enough to be aware of the optics, but their 2calendar and 3resources tell a different story. They're garden variety reds, with ID-pol and Critical Race Theory mixed in. There'd be no reason for a supposedly democratic group to be teaching political interpretations of Marx, unless of course they're being sly.

1https://pghdsa.org/about-us/
2https://pghdsa.org/calendar/general/
3https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1SzdeOGfJ2hFHQZTr1FnWvISHCW38H7BD7Wr0NGq01y8/edit#gid=2021446270

This is interesting, the strategy is right there:
In the present, we are building a visible socialist presence within the broad democratic left. In the long run, we hope to build a majority movement capable of making democratic socialism a reality in the United States.
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I come from the old world and I find this pretty sad. People should know better by now.

Link Posted: 11/9/2020 10:24:13 PM EST
So nothing has ever changed with respect to Pittsburgh
I finally read through this email a couple days ago
Always has  had more than its share of shitty people, so it seems



During the Revolutionary War, Pittsburgh was a place of constant political and economic intrigue, double-dealing, subversion, back-stabbing, disloyalty, and treachery. One of the earliest and most jaw-droppingly ambitious plans to secure the city for the British came from the mind of Dr. John Connolly.[1] Word of his “plot” spread widely across the colonies in 1775 and came to symbolize the lengths to which Loyalists were willing to go to foil the American Revolution.

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https://allthingsliberty.com/2020/10/the-connolly-plot/
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Originally Posted By JQ66:
There wasn’t a lot of good trees in that strip, mostly red maples.  But some of those were really good sap producers for making syrup.
Some red oaks and one or two black walnuts, not real big.
They are paying for the timber, but I am keeping what I want.   The rest will likely get shredded,  
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I shot you an IM on the lumber. Figured make my wife more mad if i can find more trees to mill 🤘that goes for anyone on the thread lol
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