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Re: Where to buy laptop charger?
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best buy has universal chargers, as does staples and walmart.

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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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135jc wrote:
Geez, walk up Christopher left on Grove. Up Montgomery across van vorst. Up bright And all told under 10 min. Or u can theorize with Google maps for an hour. Your choice


I lived on Bright and Varick. It's more than a 10 minute walk and will be close to 15 if carrying groceries.

Posted on: Today 10:34
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Pebble wrote:
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WhoElseCouldIBe wrote:
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Pebble wrote:
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WhoElseCouldIBe wrote:
So why not make all bathrooms unisex? This solves the problem in a cleaner way.

You've obviously not put much thought into what you've written.


It should be fairly easy to counter my point then.

indecent exposure laws... urinals... cost analysis... etc. Think.


Explain.

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Where to buy laptop charger?
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I stupidly left me cord charger at the office and need to pick up an HP cord charger today. Where can I pick one up locally?

Posted on: Today 10:18
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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So there is no transgender abusing children then.

These people are merely "claiming" to be "transgender."

So with or without bathroom law, they will be prosecuted.




Posted on: Today 9:57
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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TheBigGuy wrote:
Interesting comment challenging America's tolerance.... where exactly is the "rest of the civilized world" you propose we join... it certainly is not the Muslim Countries you are referring too? Being gay is minimally a prison sentence, if not death. Russia, China, The African continent? South America? It can't be Western Europe because that culture has contributed nothing but pain, repression, death and destruction from the crusades. So where is the civilized world? Please enlighten us?


Simply referring to the parts of the world that don't have their heads up their ass when it comes to the civil rights of people. These bathroom laws are an embarrassment. I thought the good 'ol U.S. of A had moved away from discriminating against people for things they can't control, but I guess I was wrong.

Posted on: Today 9:51
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Posted on: Today 9:41
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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JCMan8 wrote:

Many of these SJWs are sick people, but luckily the rise of Trump has shown that millions of people don't buy into their bullshit and are fighting back.


Yes, millions of people are fighting back. Ten, to be precise. So... 3% of the country (or around 6% to 8% of people eligible to vote.) In the end, Trump's biggest accomplishment will be that he was odious enough to get Clinton elected - and that is saying something.

Posted on: Today 9:22
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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The point is that shopping center has space. And parking!

Posted on: Today 9:11
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Re: Feel That Borscht SAT May 7 8PM
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Quote directly from Mr. Phil Rivos:

"For every bump of this thread on JCLIST between now and Saturday night, I will remove one article of clothing all the way to my under-carriage and hindquarters while onstage at FEEL THE BORSCHT."

Posted on: Today 9:03
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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135jc wrote:
Geez, walk up Christopher left on Grove. Up Montgomery across van vorst. Up bright And all told under 10 min. Or u can theorize with Google maps for an hour. Your choice


I used to make the walk from Grove PATH to that Pathmark plaza twice a week.

Google, crows, whatever. I can tell you, it's a real schlepp. (And I enjoy walking.)


Agreed. I used to live over in BeLa and used to do that walk all the time. Considering the ground distance, many turns, and intersections, no one is walking that distance in 10 minutes. And, come Summer, it gets worse because of the heat and humidity.

But, yeah, some people in here live in fantasy lands devoid of the laws of physics or logic. To think people would want to walk all the way there to then come back to DTJC to grab some groceries is just silly. With so many WF and TJ locations in NYC that are actually close to PATH stations, I am sure many potential customers would choose to pick up stuff over there and just bring it on the PATH with them to go straight home.

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Re: Does anyone know how much it costs to gut renovate a building downtown?
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Low end rennovation $250k. High end $500k

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Re: Kid Killer Prison Escapee from Jersey City
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Escaped form Ancora Psychiatric Hospital ... whatever he does or doesn't do will see him back there. Obviously any rehab or medication given to him over all those years while in their care hasn't worked!

Posted on: Today 2:33
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Re: Third Floor Walk up Condo non-elevator building
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Thanks for all the feedback.
Yes this place sold. I have just started looking(and not quite ready to buy for another 2-6 months (and I will certainly take the advice given in this thread into account)), but I am considering this neighborhood and this type of building seriously.
So I'm sure the same issues that come with this building will come with others I am looking to as well

Posted on: Today 2:30
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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135jc wrote:
Geez, walk up Christopher left on Grove. Up Montgomery across van vorst. Up bright And all told under 10 min. Or u can theorize with Google maps for an hour. Your choice


I used to make the walk from Grove PATH to that Pathmark plaza twice a week.

Google, crows, whatever. I can tell you, it's a real schlepp. (And I enjoy walking.)

Posted on: Today 2:28
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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Geez, walk up Christopher left on Grove. Up Montgomery across van vorst. Up bright And all told under 10 min. Or u can theorize with Google maps for an hour. Your choice

Posted on: Today 0:39
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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135jc wrote:
Old colony shopping center is 1/2 mile from the Grove St path. Hardly unwalkable.


Not true, unless you are talking about distance as the crow flies. The distance from Grove Street PATH station to Old Colony is just shy of a mile, which is why people are not going to be walking all the way there to then back track. Google Maps walking directions.

It is close to half a mile, it just has to with how you entered it in to Google Maps. From Columbus and Grove to Monmouth and Bright is .6 miles. Google Maps take you the long way. I doubt you would walk that way if you was getting off the Path and take Grand. 15 minutes give or take no matter how you get there isn't a long walk regardless.


You must be one of those people that, when asked about his commute, only considers the time traveling from station to station. Measuring from the intersections of Columbus/Grove to Bright/Monmouth completely misses the point: the PATH exit is further in, and the entrance of what was Pathmark was certainly not at the intersection of Bright and Monmouth. You got one thing right, it's about 15 minutes walking. How many people are coming back from work and wanting to schlep 15 minutes out of their way to grocery shop and then walk another 10 or 15 minutes back while carrying groceries? I would sooner walk 5 minutes from the TriBeCa or 7th Avenue locations to the WTC or 23rd stations.

Posted on: Today 0:34
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Kid Killer Prison Escapee from Jersey City
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Mr. Buckel was previously convicted of aggravated manslaughter in 1996 in the beating death of his girlfriend’s 10-month-old daughter in Jersey City.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/06/nyr ... child-killer-escaped.html

Posted on: Today 0:17
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Re: Chick-fil-A Newport Mall
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except it's not garbage, it's good.

going to eat chick fil-a exclusively now, de blasio sucks


You mean Warren Wilhelm.

Posted on: Today 0:14
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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TheBigGuy wrote:
Now this is explains the odd comments on this thread ....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcXczsp_Z2M


Many of these SJWs are sick people, but luckily the rise of Trump has shown that millions of people don't buy into their bullshit and are fighting back.

Posted on: Today 0:13
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Oh... wait George Carlin would like to weigh in now,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkhUivqzWv0

Posted on: Yesterday 23:27
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Re: Does anyone know how much it costs to gut renovate a building downtown?
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about tree fiddy.

Posted on: Yesterday 23:17
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Re: Feel That Borscht SAT May 7 8PM
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Saturday will be here before we know it. Get them tickets now.

Posted on: Yesterday 23:08
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Now this is explains the odd comments on this thread ....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JcXczsp_Z2M

Posted on: Yesterday 22:53
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Re: Does anyone know how much it costs to gut renovate a building downtown?
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corybraiterman wrote:
It depends completely on what needs to be done. Are you rewiring? Tearing out the plumbing? Putting up all new sheet rock throughout? What are you putting in it? Higher end products or cheap stuff?

Way too few details to give you a good answer


Please re-read my post. I don't need or want to do anything. This is for my homeowner's insurance policy. A ballpark figure is needed, cost per sq foot.

Posted on: Yesterday 22:42
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Your PC Principal is baaaaccckkk! Beware all you non conformists or he will kick your ass1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUPkgWSYjx0

Posted on: Yesterday 22:37
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Farmers Markets in Jersey City 2016
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When do farmers' markets start in N.J.? 136 options for summer 2016

By Amy Kuperinsky | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
May 05, 2016 at 12:02 PM

As the weather warms up, Jersey farmers' markets will start for the season, bringing all these and more. Up and down the state, these markets offer deals on fresh produce and are often open from spring through fall.

HUDSON COUNTY 

  • Van Vorst Park Farmers Market is already open from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays at Jersey Avenue and Montgomery Street in Jersey City; fvvp.or
  • Hamilton Park Farmers' Market in Jersey City is open Wednesdays from 3 to 7:30 p.m.; check Facebook for opening and closing dates. 
  • Historic Downtown Jersey City Farmers' Market is open from 4 to 8 p.m. on Mondays and Thursdays from May through December at the Grove Street PATH plaza; jcdowntown.org/events/farmers-market
  • Journal Square Farmers Market (Kennedy Boulevard at Journal Square in Jersey City) is traditionally open Wednesdays and Fridays from summer through fall; see Facebook for updates. 
  • Leonard Gordon Park's Farmers' Market is usually open 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays at Kennedy Boulevard and Hutton Street in Jersey City from late June through November. See Facebook for updates.
  • Farmers Market at Lincoln Park reopens on June 5 on West Side Avenue at Belmont Avenue in Jersey City. The market is usually open Sundays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. 
  • Riverview Farmers Market opens every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Riverview-Fisk Park, 1 Bowers St. in Jersey City and runs through the week before Thanksgiving; riverviewfarmersmarket.org

http://www.nj.com/entertainment/index ... farmers_markets_2016.html


Posted on: Yesterday 22:34
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Re: Taqueria Viva Mexico Kitchen Cafe - 133 Morris Street
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Was just there today for lunch. Very good place.

Posted on: Yesterday 22:33
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Re: Where to Watch the America’s Cup
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Extreme Sailing to Meet Extreme Urban Conditions in Hudson

Iain Murray gunned a speedy motorboat through the choppy waters of the Hudson River and spoke about the impressive catamarans set to race this weekend in an elite international competition.

They are wing-sailed, carbon-fiber beasts that appear to fly above the water and can reach speeds of nearly 40 miles per hour.

“They like flatter water, but this won’t bother them,” said Mr. Murray, 58, an accomplished skipper from Australia who, as the director of this weekend’s regatta, was on the river on Wednesday to plan the racecourse several hundred yards away from the skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan.

Holding a world-class sailing race, part of the America’s Cup series, off Battery Park City may make for spectacular shoreline viewing, but it is not easy for organizers or racers, who may prefer a location farther offshore with easier winds to navigate and little interference from other boat traffic.

The race poses daunting logistical challenges. There is the harbor traffic — ferries, tugboats, barges and other large vessels that ply the Hudson — that must be diverted, along with a designated area for the more than 700 personal recreational boats expected to anchor for the event.

Read more:  http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/06/nyr ... tions-in-hudson.html?_r=0


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Re: Where to Watch the America’s Cup
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races are from 2-3:30 both days.

Posted on: Yesterday 22:03
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