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Forum > Meeting Place > Radtour Juni
Radtour JuniMon 20 May 19 10:21
sebastian123
Leipzig
Germany
 
Hi. 
Ich bin 58 J alt und möchte eine Fahrradtour durch Hessen machen. Ich komme am
4.6. in FFM Hbf an und ca am 30.6. zurück. Ich würde gern eine oder 2 Nacht
bleiben. Ich habe Zelt und Schlafsack dabei. Ich mache gern FolkTanz und
Wandern.
Können Sie mir Tipps zum Radfahren oder FolkTanz geben?
Kann ich 1 oder 2 Nächte bei Ihnen schlafen?
Danke
MfG Sebastian
Hi, 
I am 58 y old and want to cycle ride around Hessen. I will arrive at 4.6. at
afternoon at Frankfurt main station and at arout 30.6. back again. I would like
to stay 1 or 2 nights at Yours. I have a tent and sleeping bag. I like hiking
and folk dancing.
Can You tell me about cycle riding or folkdancing?
Can I stay 1 or 2 nights at Yours?
Thanks Sebastian 
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourSat 30 Mar 19 0:59
euroturo
Fallbrook
United States of America
 
True, everyone knows he was born in Connecticut.
Right? Because that is where he Social security number is from.
I only hope that when the hoax is finally proven, the people who were so
in love with Barry, don't have a really bad case of cognitive dissonance:}
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourSat 02 Feb 19 16:16
kyrmyt
Philadelphia
United States of America
 
I hope that toniwalia's forward is NOT a joke! But why is Veit's name
misspelled???
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourSat 02 Feb 19 10:09
toniwalia
Warszawa
Poland
 
 GOOD NEWS  
Message from Viet. (Jan 2019)

 "Hospitality Club Relaunch - it's coming!

I have some exciting news - there will be a reborn Hospitality Club. Soon.

From now on, I'll make HC the main project in my life again and push forward to
a new app, new site, and then revive the community.

I need your help - HC has always, and will always be a volunteer project. And
one that lives from the enthusiasm of it's members.

The steps are clear:
- first: develop an app. The World has changed, and while our platform/website
was revolutionary in the early 2000s, now we need to get on phones. If you are
an app developer (or have friends who are), please get in touch with me
directly.
- second: develop a new site. It will be barebones at first, with basic
functionality (profiles, message sending, city/region/country pages, comments).
If you want to help with that, get in touch, too.

Both will be open source, of course! I've wanted HC to be open source since
years and years - can't wait to have the code out there, so it can be improved
constantly by enthusiastic programmers with new ideas from the community.

I *really* want HC to be the best hospitality exchange platform this planet has
ever seen. Again. With smart and innovative tools to solve the inherent
challenges of hospitality exchange. And of course, no message limitations or
verification schemes to drive profits ;)

Third step: after the technical side is done, a lot of help will be needed to
revive the community. Test the new app site, use it when you travel, update your
profiles, help the members around you get used to the new HC, organize meetings,
rebuild volunteer teams. This will be in some months, so I'll post again and
again til then, here and in HC.

So here we go. I know that many of you have been waiting for this for a long
time. Yes, it was painful to see HC lose activity, other, more profit-oriented
platforms take over. On the other hand, they have done a good job spreading
our/my idea around the planet, and I always knew HC would be back one day.

We live in times of rapid technological advances, huge ecological and social
challenges to our planet. But also times where more and more hatred between
cultures is being sown, powerful people play on the fear of the "'other".

Our idea of bringing people together is more relevant and needed than ever. It's
time to step back into the game and make hospitality exchange again what it
always was - a generous, fun, intercultural and ecological activity that
broadens people's minds and helps them understand each other better.

Are you in?

Love,

Veit
Hospitality Club Founder
P.S.: Feel free to share this post!
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourFri 01 Feb 19 13:37
euroturo
Fallbrook
United States of America
 
It probably was his education in a madrassa.
But speaking of jokes:)
Here's another:
The Clinton Foundation,
Oh wait, they folded the day after the election.
Well I guess there is something funny in that:)
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourThu 31 Jan 19 17:01
kyrmyt
Philadelphia
United States of America
 
Obama would have said "With who*m*?" The guy does speak English like a native...
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourWed 30 Jan 19 19:23
euroturo
Fallbrook
United States of America
 
Threatening violence is not a way forward.
What next, telling people there not welcome because of their faith.
It didnt work for the NSDAP. 
Lets keep it humorous!!!
OK. Another joke:
Obama,Merkel,and Macron are having a late night poker game at Davos.
The Swiss police break in and demand to know if the three were gambling.
Macron, thinks to himself "Zut Alor, I have enough problems with the yellow
jackets,
I have to preserve my presidency,so I"ll have to lie "No officer,I wasnt
gambling!
Next Merkel in a similar thought, I have to continue my humanitarian open
borders
policy. "Nein, I was not gambling!"
Finally they turn to Obama and ask, "Mr. President,were you gambling?"
Obama replies, "With who?"
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourWed 30 Jan 19 16:39
kyrmyt
Philadelphia
United States of America
 
Wait til you get hit with one of their hankies...
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourWed 30 Jan 19 10:18
euroturo
Fallbrook
United States of America
 
Have you heard why Morris dancers enjoy there hobby so much?
Because it feels SO good after they STOP hitting each other with sticks!
Forum > Meeting Place > A Little Humour >
RE:A Little Humour
A Little HumourFri 25 Jan 19 19:11
kyrmyt
Philadelphia
United States of America
 
Donald Trump!

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