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Re: Black Man Executes White Cop At Texas Gas Station
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Monroe wrote:
At least the mother of this dirtbag did the right thing and dropped a dime on him.


I read that earlier today, but the latest news says there still is a manhunt out, so I don't think they caught him. Haven't even seen a name released.

Posted on: Today 16:12
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Re: Black Man Executes White Cop At Texas Gas Station
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At least the mother of this dirtbag did the right thing and dropped a dime on him.

Posted on: Today 15:56
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Re: South House
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Christine wrote:
Hi, user1111 - I left you a PM regarding another topic.

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user1111 wrote:
This place was OK. Food was not interesting just high calorie shit. , the vibe was nice. I most likely wont be back.


Thanks! got it!

Posted on: Today 15:55
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A few things to do in Jersey City...
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Art House Productions Gallery “3: Patricia Dahlman, Robyn Ellenbogen, Julie McHargue.” Group show. Through Sept. 27. Sundays, noon to 3 p.m. and by appointment. Art House Productions Gallery, 136 Magnolia Avenue. 201-915-9911. arthouseproductions.org.

Liberty Science Center “Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Exploration.” Through Sept. 20. $11.75 to $21.75. Daily, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Liberty Science Center, 222 Jersey City Boulevard. 201-200-1000; lsc.org.

J Owen Grundy Pier at Exchange Place The NJCU Alumni Jazz Big Band pays tribute to the late Clark Terry, jazz concert featuring guest soloist Wynton Marsalis appearing with an all-star big band under the direction of Dick Lowenthal. Sept. 10 at 6:30 p.m. Free. J Owen Grundy Pier at Exchange Place, 908-832-1020; njcu.edu.

Posted on: Today 15:53
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Re: Jersey City has second most Ashley Madison accounts in NJ
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hero69 wrote:
i think a lot of these guys had an ashley madison account for research purposes, even dan loeb, the billionairee hedge fund manager, had one[/quote]

What makes you think it was for research purposes? Because "billionaire hedge fund manager" is synonymous with marital fidelity?

Posted on: Today 15:47
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Re: Please Help Prato Bakery
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I went this morning, and yes, I enjoy the bread very much, but enough is enough with the cheesy music blasting at 9 AM. I could not get out of there FAST enough. Why Why Why do they feel they need LOUD music, PRATO, please reply.

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Black Man Executes White Cop At Texas Gas Station
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Is it time for our society to recognize that the dangerous, anti-cop rhetoric has gotten out of control?

http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/mo ... e-killing-at-gas-station/

It is also notable that the group BlackLivesMatter called for the execution style killings of police officers just days before this happened.

http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2015/0 ... of-white-people-and-cops/

Posted on: Today 14:55
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Re: Bank of America Robbed Downtown - Suspect Caught
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jcguy05 wrote:
the article should not mentioned the tracking device placed in the money by the teller.



I don't think you need to worry about would-be bank robbers reading news articles - there's a reason they rob banks - dumb, stupid and unemployed are just a few.

Posted on: Today 14:20
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Re: South House
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Hi, user1111 - I left you a PM regarding another topic.

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user1111 wrote:
This place was OK. Food was not interesting just high calorie shit. , the vibe was nice. I most likely wont be back.

Posted on: Today 14:02
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Re: Kid friendly restaurant
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Thx!!

Posted on: Today 13:17
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Re: South House
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This place was OK. Food was not interesting just high calorie shit. , the vibe was nice. I most likely wont be back.

Posted on: Today 13:07
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Re: Coming Soon - Carvao BBQ in McGinly Square
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Went last night. Very disappointed, food was sub par, ribs and chicken were very dry with no discernible dry rub on the ribs (I could only taste salt on the undercooked chewy ribs). No bbq sauce except for store bought. Dry flavorless rice. Salmon was pretty good but overcooked and the fries were decent. Hopefully they can figure out how to do real open pit Portuguese bbq like they do in Newark. Also, it's very clear that no competent management is running the restaurant. Too bad as the place is nicely designed and with good food and better management it could be a great place.

Posted on: Today 13:04
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Re: Kid friendly restaurant
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The Brownstone.

Posted on: Today 12:36
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Re: Kid friendly restaurant
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Awesome, thanks!

Posted on: Today 11:38
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Downtown Abatement - Fulop's comments
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Posted on: Today 11:28
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Re: Kid friendly restaurant
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JC_Livin wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I'm sure this has been asked but I can't find it. I have a friend visiting with her two young children - probably 6 and 8-ish. Any recs for family friendly lunch options downtown? Type of cuisine unimportant - they eat anything. I just have no clue which restaurants are good for kids. Thanks in advance.


I've had lunch with friends accompanied by their 6 & 8 year old kids at Beachwood and they were very accommodating.

Posted on: Today 11:22
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Re: McGinley Square Pub - Purchased?
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thirstyquaker wrote:
Just stopped in a little earlier and it's nice cozy space with a decent beer selection. I really like the back lounge, though I'm not sure if making it smell like an old smoking parlour makes sense. A bit more food than just bar pies would be nice too, but maybe that will come in the future as business picks up. Digging the chess too. The whole place does feel a bit like you're going back in time, it's a great addition to the neighborhood.


+1

Posted on: Today 10:30
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Re: Buiding Implosion!
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Video here: I think this was taken from the top of The Beacon-

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... year-old_public_hous.html

It's was cooler to watch from Street level, about 2 blocks away...

Posted on: Today 9:54
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Kid friendly restaurant
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Hi Everyone,

I'm sure this has been asked but I can't find it. I have a friend visiting with her two young children - probably 6 and 8-ish. Any recs for family friendly lunch options downtown? Type of cuisine unimportant - they eat anything. I just have no clue which restaurants are good for kids. Thanks in advance.

Posted on: Today 9:52
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Re: Buiding Implosion!
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It was loud in Hamilton Park.

Robin.

Posted on: Today 9:25
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Re: Jersey City has second most Ashley Madison accounts in NJ
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slim26 wrote:
Ha.. I've seen the database... lists the addresses. They are all over the place here downtown. They are just wondering how long it'll take for someone to tell the spouse that they are on the list.

As the divorce lawyer vultures are all drooling.
i think a lot of these guys had an ashley madison account for research purposes, even dan loeb, the billionairee hedge fund manager, had one

Posted on: Today 9:17
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Re: Buiding Implosion!
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Oh what fun!

Posted on: Today 8:36
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Re: Buiding Implosion!
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Channel 4 is there. Looks like everyone is on top of the Beacon.


http://www.earthcam.net/projects/jerseycityimplosion/


Posted on: Today 8:32
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Re: Stopping Cigarette Smoke From Entering from an Adjoining Building
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What about creating some homeowner rules specific to your complex - no smoking in common areas or on balconies (allowing for 'in' apartment smoking only), no noise to be emitted after certain hours, playing of any ball games in the car park, displaying of flags or religious icons in public view (imagine if some knucklehead wants to display a Nazi flag or a flag with terrorist connections from their balcony or window - who plays if the building gets damaged as a result by protesters?)

It's worth generating some clear rules for a complex and via a simply AGM of homeowners to vote on ... it could mitigate many problems including a rule that stipulates on how many people can occupy a 1 bedroom condo and so on .... a simple ratio could apply to avoid apartments being occupied by a herd of people ... not to mention that most water bills are divided by the amount of units and not the occupants (many buildings don't have individual water meters)

Posted on: Today 7:02
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Re: Bank of America Robbed Downtown - Suspect Caught
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Police said in radio transmissions that the man, who appeared to be in his 20s, returned to the Marriott after the robbery and tried to catch a cab


I think it's pretty clear the guy is no criminal mastermind.

Posted on: Yesterday 21:01
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Re: Bank of America Robbed Downtown - Suspect Caught
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caj11 wrote:
How'd he pay for the $299/night hotel room, since he didn't rob the bank until after he checked out?


...and how did the gun find it's way back into the room.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:50
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Re: 6th St. Embankment Update-
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The Hymans probably wrote off the tax sale loss on the properties against their federal taxes. The City should had over the file to the IRS - it has the distinct smell of tax evasion.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:44
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Re: Bank of America Robbed Downtown - Suspect Caught
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This explains the flurry of cop cars I saw the other morning going off in every which way. It does not explain the crazy Elvis van I saw just moments prior to that though, with Elvis & Motown decorations and a loudspeaker up top blasting tunes from The King.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:32
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Re: McGinley Square Pub - Purchased?
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Just stopped in a little earlier and it's nice cozy space with a decent beer selection. I really like the back lounge, though I'm not sure if making it smell like an old smoking parlour makes sense. A bit more food than just bar pies would be nice too, but maybe that will come in the future as business picks up. Digging the chess too. The whole place does feel a bit like you're going back in time, it's a great addition to the neighborhood.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:29
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$4,600 in cash, jewelry stolen in Jersey City Heights home burglary: police
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Ron Zeitlinger | The Jersey Journal

A Jersey City Heights resident returned home Thursday after being away for nearly two weeks and found her home ransacked and $4,600 in cash and jewelry had been stolen, Jersey City police said.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... heights.html#incart_river

Posted on: Yesterday 19:28
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