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Re: Man shot dead in Jersey City, marking second fatal shooting this week
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buddyboy wrote:
What excuse is Fulop going to use for this act of violence?
He blamed the last murder on bail reform. Maybe his propaganda
minister Jen Morill will come up with something better.


After she [Ms. Mor__ ] is done calling Child Protective Services ?? OOPS...getting confused trying to keep up, Victim being over 18yrs. old doesn't Qualify.

There is always the Old Standby of Warmer than Usual WEATHER Conditions ....

OtherWise Engaged hasn't been claimed yet.

Posted on: Today 2:17

Edited by light12v on 2017/3/30 2:33:35
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Re: Man shot dead in Jersey City, marking second fatal shooting this week
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Quote:

buddyboy wrote:
What excuse is Fulop going to use for this act of violence?
He blamed the last murder on bail reform. Maybe his propaganda minister Jen Morill will come up with something better.


They need to address the gang problem. We are currently at 36 shooting victims (I am only counting victims, actual shootings are 40+) with 2 days left in March. Previous years have averaged 22/23 victims January to April. At this pace we might double that before hitting May and shootings already have been up the last couple years in a row.

These mini gang wars have been popping up more and more frequently, those involved have been getting younger and the time the shootings occur have been getting earlier with less time passing between retaliation. I'm sure I'm not the only one that has noticed this.

Posted on: Today 1:52
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Re: Man shot dead in Jersey City, marking second fatal shooting this week
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Mayor Fulop [b]w/ City Paid Minions in Tow are way TOO BUSY
either
attending Kelly Conway-born in NJ, 'Deflection PlayBook' Re-Fresher Workshops
or
making HIS Public Appearances Around Town SAFE....

-while he Hijacks Slumlord JCTogether Rally TO LEAD THE MARCH, bearing Citations by the 100,s ..after 3-1/2 yrs. of being MIA
-Grandstands 4 Election Year Photo-Ops, TAKING CREDIT for OPW [Other People's Work-Product],
-Delivers SIX [6] State of the City UNI_Directional 'Infomercial' Addresses instead of ONE....[A Case Study in HOW TO Campaign at Taxpayer Expense as An 'Incumbent Perk' Home Advantage]
or
-simply diverts City Workers from their Critical Job Functions & Higher Priorities
to Populate the Rooms of his Fundraisers...& other Public Appearances

-& particular to City Councilpersons, truncates Caucus Meetings causing the 6+ Hour Runaway Train Chaos 2nd reading 3/22/17 of 16 Acres Land-Give-Away [shown here Un-Edited ::: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-1a8kBaHCo

-& Particular to JCPD to ensure that his Executive Order Transgender City Hall Bathroom usage mandate is complied with !

THESE ARE BUSY TIMES IN Fulop's POLITICAL TIMELINE/QUEST 4 RE-ELECTION In Our City's 1ST NATIONAL/MUNICIPAL Hybrid November Election
[.... Got to GetIn UNDER THE REVAL WIRE & Secure HimSELF 4 More Years to Reign, before Voter's/JC Constituents receive WRITTEN CONFIRMATION of Their Personal POST-Reval PROPERTY TAX OBLIGATIONS. & have a Rude Awakening.]

Doing ALL this Tough Work of CONTROLLING the NARRATIVE to cover one's 'Alternative Facts' tracks must be a Never-Ending, Time-Consuming Endeavor.

Posted on: Today 1:35
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Re: 260+ in JC to Lose Jobs when Amazon's Quidsi's Closes in June
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tictaktoe wrote:
what about my diapers.com gift cards?


I asked Diapers.com your question and this was their verbatim response. Better cash those in while you still can;

Hello,

Thank you for contacting Diapers.com regrading your inquiry about Quidsi gift cards.

I regret to confirm that we are finally coming off to an end. Quidsi gift cards are still valid, however, there is no given time frame as to when the Quidsi-affiliated sites will go offline. As long as the company is still running, all Quidsi gift cards can still be used in any of our sites.

I hope the information that I provided helps.

If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to reach us at customercare@diapers.com or 1-800-342-7377. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Sincerely,

Mary Ann S.
Customer Care
Diapers.com

Posted on: Today 0:21
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Re: Man shot dead in Jersey City, marking second fatal shooting this week
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Not too shy to talk


What excuse is Fulop going to use for this act of violence? He blamed the last murder on bail reform. Maybe his propaganda minister Jen Morill will come up with something better.

Posted on: Today 0:04
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Re: FSBO 1Bd @ GullsCove South Facing
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gullscove1018 wrote:
Thats the comps actually ... the last unit in my line just sold for $680K without parking... Prices have gone up... Phase 2 is over $950 a sq/ft (was raised over the weekend) -- and thats for a North Facing Unit... so my South Facing unit @ $869/sqft is a bargain. I have done my research :)


If you are talking about your line (18), the one on 11th floor (1118) went for $655K (or ~$840 psf) last month, and it included parking. Your listing price looks like a good place to start with, and see the best that you can get from there. Your floor should anyways be above $640K (based on Nov'16 sale, 780 sq ft, 917, no parking)

Posted on: Yesterday 23:52
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Re: Door recommendation for open Den area
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MDM wrote:
My wife picked those sliding barn doors for the master bedroom (currently being worked on). They look pretty slick, but some are kind of pricey.


Please let us know how they turn out inside a condo with a pic! I'll probably spend some time looking for a nice barn door.

Posted on: Yesterday 23:18
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Re: FSBO 1Bd @ GullsCove South Facing
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Quite a regular


Holy cow! I read the comments below on $869 psf aint crazy. And I am not even mad. If this goes through that means ~ 20% appreciation in not even one year! May the force be with you.

On pictures, I found that increasing the brightness and exposure usually make them look like much more professional and better-looking pictures. Happy clicking!

Posted on: Yesterday 23:15
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Re: 260+ in JC to Lose Jobs when Amazon's Quidsi's Closes in June
#9
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Quite a regular


what about my diapers.com gift cards?

Posted on: Yesterday 23:10
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Re: Homeowner's Insurance
#10
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Home away from home


@MDM: are there good books, blogs or discussion forums that you recommend for wanna-be future real estate moguls?

I'm very new to real estate / landlord thing, but want to read more about it to educate myself - so one day when I do have the capital, I can invest - and do it right!!!

You sound like a pro - can you recommend a few learning resources for newbies???

TIA!

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MDM wrote:
NJ Manufacturer's insures homes up to 2 family in size. I had them when I lived in a 2 unit. No issues and very comprehensive coverage.

I use them for "renters" insurance since I technically rent from my LLC. They even give me earthquake coverage.

Posted on: Yesterday 22:43
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Re: Where and how do I get my dog a license in JC?
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Newbie


Bodhipooh - Thanks! Very helpful! Much appreciated.

Posted on: Yesterday 22:11
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Re: Where and how do I get my dog a license in JC?
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KMont484 wrote:
I actually feel stupid asking this but I can't find info online. How do I get my dog a license?


For a neutered dog, the license fees are: $10 for year, or $25 for three years. The fees for intact dogs are twice that ($20, and $50.)

Licenses are issued through the Animal Control Department. Here is the official information in the city's website: http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/animalcontrol/

Here is a link to the dog license application: http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/uploadedFiles/DogLicense2016.pdf

Posted on: Yesterday 22:05
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Re: Homeowner's Insurance
#13
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Home away from home


NJ Manufacturer's insures homes up to 2 family in size. I had them when I lived in a 2 unit. No issues and very comprehensive coverage.

I use them for "renters" insurance since I technically rent from my LLC. They even give me earthquake coverage.

Posted on: Yesterday 21:20
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Re: Homeowner's Insurance
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HamiltonParker wrote:
I too live in a Circa Abraham Lincoln, flat roof house and received homeowner's insurance through Chubb, who holds all of our other policies. It's pricey, for sure, but when we've had claims with them in the past (frozen water pipes) and everything was handled with remarkable speed. They're known as the *white glove* choice but the premium paid for their services was quickly forgotten when bad things happened.


I Agree about Chubb being the best, for all of the reasons that you stated.

My premiums have not increased to any significant degree since signing up for my Historic Home in 2006.
[but I must give credit to my agent at Muller who is on top of her game & the best I have ever seen in 40+years.]

Posted on: Yesterday 21:14
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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mfadam wrote:
what a stand up guy Christie is letting his staff take the fall...


He was a stand up guy when he fired everyone he could once he found out he was lied to about the traffic jam.

Posted on: Yesterday 21:13
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Re: Homeowner's Insurance
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Quote:

heights wrote:
I wish I had a friend in the insurance business then I would not have to give out my name, rank, and serial number just to get a quote. I bet those in the industry could get and give a ball park figure anytime.


IMHO::::Best in the Business for all of my properties, residential/commercial/mixed-use buildings w/ all kinds of roofs [who became a friend of over 17yrs.] is Donna Stokes at MULLER INSURANCE , 930 Washington St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: (201) 659-2403

Posted on: Yesterday 21:06
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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what a stand up guy Christie is letting his staff take the fall...

Posted on: Yesterday 20:59
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Re: When the city ignores landlord issues
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OneSkirt wrote:
Awful. Take this higher - to the Director Anthony Cruz and also the RRC Director Althea Bernheim. Copy the Mayor (not kidding!). Also, let Terrence McDonald know.


You might want to check your info, as I was told that Althea Bernheim is no longer RCC Director.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:54
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Where and how do I get my dog a license in JC?
#19
Newbie
Newbie


I actually feel stupid asking this but I can't find info online. How do I get my dog a license?

Posted on: Yesterday 20:47
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Donation of Knitted Premie Hats
#20
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My very talented mother knitted a basket of 8 beautiful hats that would fit very small or premature babies. Does anyone know where they could be donated to? I'd be happy to mail them to a deserving family or organization (or local nurse/midwife) if you provide the address in a PM. I tried JCMC but couldn't find any easy contact information.

Thanks!

Posted on: Yesterday 20:01
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Quote:

Monroe wrote:
Final takeaway-after umpteem millions spent by NJ and Federal prosecutors, no connection was ever established that tied Governor Christie to the traffic jam on the approach road to the GW Bridge.


BENGHAZI!!!

Posted on: Yesterday 19:35
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260+ in JC to Lose Jobs when Amazon's Quidsi's Closes in June
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Amazon.com Inc. is closing Diapers.com, Soap.com and other sites it purchased for about $545 million in 2011 to eliminate a dogged competitor and gain e-commerce customers.

The online retailer said it’s shutting Quidsi, the unit that ran the websites, because it couldn’t make a profit. But e-commerce analysts said Amazon probably intended to eliminate the sites as stand-alone businesses at some point, and the company’s renewed grocery push is an ideal time to consolidate brands.

“They sucked out any knowledge that team had and now they’ll put it behind the Amazon brand and steamroll those categories,” said Allen Adamson, founder of Brand Simple Consulting in New York.

More than 260 employees at Quidsi’s Jersey City, New Jersey, headquarters and customer service operation will lose their jobs in June, according to a notification sent to the New Jersey Department of Labor. Some of them will be able to apply for other Amazon jobs, according to the notice. Quidsi also has warehouses in Kansas and Nevada.

More

Posted on: Yesterday 19:23
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Final takeaway-after umpteem millions spent by NJ and Federal prosecutors, no connection was ever established that tied Governor Christie to the traffic jam on the approach road to the GW Bridge.

Posted on: Yesterday 19:20
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Re: SCITECH City
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justJC wrote:
Ready, set, discuss!

Why did these docs have to be OPRA'ed?

Did the Council members read them?

What's a science specialty hotel?

And there's this: Bleeding edge technology is a category of technologies so new that they could have a high risk of being unreliable and lead adopters to incur greater expense in order to make use of them. So has City leadership adequately protected JC with this land hand-off?

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-wndxx3kEacX2t3NnUwN2xQR3M/view

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-wndxx3kEacLXUzd2tyZ0hGVXc/view

1] "Why did these docs have to be OPRA'ed?"
because they were withheld, not made available to the public for the asking from the city clerk's office, or distributed by any method in advance of council meeting 2nd reading/vote.

2] "Did the Council members read them?"
councilpersons that i have spoken with stated that they were not currently provided these [in 2017] & cannot recall seeing them before -- in 2016 or 2015.
be reminded that several councilpersons were not sitting back in 2015, which is the year that these documents were penned.

3] "What's a science specialty hotel?"
anyone's guess. i have not been able to verify any concrete meaning from hospitality experts or accredited dictionary.

4] " So has City leadership adequately protected JC with this land hand-off?"
no. this bum rushed transfer of 16 acres of UN-appraised real property [12 Jersey City proper + 4 MUA] Literally takes away any control over this project from the city council [elected by the people] & places Total Control in the hands of JCRA [a board Appointed by & serving at the Mayor's discretion]

Posted on: Yesterday 19:18
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Re: Jersey City company launches pet products site
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Amazon to shut down Diapers.com and other Quidsi sites

TechCrunch - Posted 1 hour ago by

Amazon will shut down Diapers.com and the other websites operated by its Quidsi division, the company confirmed to Bloomberg today, citing the division’s lack of profitability as the reason behind the decision. Quidsi’s acquisition by Amazon for $545 million was announced back in November 2010, and included the flagship Diapers.com brand, as well as the other one- to two-word domains like Soap.com and BeautyBar.com.

According to Bloomberg, more than 260 employees will lose their jobs in Quidsi’s Jersey City headquarters as a result of the shutdown, but some portion of those will be able to apply for other Amazon jobs, a New Jersey Department of Labor notice said.

https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/29/amaz ... m-and-other-quidsi-sites/


Posted on: Yesterday 19:17
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Big Brother is watching: '1984' returns to theaters
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Big Brother is watching: '1984' returns to theaters

By Amy Kuperinsky | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
Email the author | Follow on Twitter
on March 29, 2017 at 5:22 PM, updated March 29, 2017 at 5:34 PM

George Orwell's "1984" became a best-seller once again in January 2017, right around the time of President Donald Trump's inauguration and his counselor Kellyanne Conway's use of the term "alternative facts." 

The 1949 novel imagines a dystopian society where critical thought is discouraged in favor of the anti-expressive "newspeak" and unconditional love of authority, which is represented by a symbolic figure called "Big Brother."

Both the Highland Park Outdoor Movie Theater (municipal parking lot between Second and Third avenues on Raritan Avenue) and Landmark Loew's Jersey in Jersey City (54 Journal Square Plaza) will screen the film on April 4.

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


Posted on: Yesterday 19:12
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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Quote:

Mao wrote:
https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1/#inbox/15b16bbeb4dfba06

Above is the link to the Memorandum of Understanding. Esther Winter went through the trouble (FOIA request) and expense (over $200) to get a copy of it. Guess what? She got it after the vote. So much for transparency.

Although personally, a fan of Charter Schools, why did the Council act coy, to say it as politely as possible, and say it was undetermined whether the school was to be a Charter or a regular public shool?

Also, the hotel is described in terms that suggest it will also assert non profit status (provide lodging for science visitors etc). Corp. Counsel Jeremy said that it would be for profit.

So this new entity will have one member and owner, namely the Science Center. An LLC with only one member is treated as an entity disregarded as separate from its owner for income tax purposes (but as a separate entity for purposes of employment tax and certain excise taxes), unless it files Form 8832 and affirmatively elects to be treated as a corporation.

this link takes me to my own g-mail account. can you please check it on your end & correct if necessary ? thanks

Posted on: Yesterday 18:53
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Man shot dead in Jersey City, marking second fatal shooting this week
#28
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By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on March 29, 2017 at 6:44 PM, updated March 29, 2017 at 6:45 PM

JERSEY CITY -- A man was fatally shot on Van Horne Street Wednesday evening near a city elementary school, sources say.

The victim, who is believed to be in his 20s, was shot multiple times between Lafayette and Maple Streets just before 6 p.m. He was brought to Jersey City Medical Center were he was pronounced dead, sources said.

A spokesman for the Hudson County Prosecutor's Office confirmed the department is investigating a fatal shooting.

This is the second daylight fatal shooting in Jersey City in less than 36 hours.
Just before noon on Tuesday, 19-year-old DaJour Riley was shot multiple times on Union Street near Garfield Avenue. He died about three hours later at the hospital, authorities said.

The fatal shootings also come on the heels of a violent weekend in Jersey City, with five people shot in 36 hours. Police arrested eight men and recovered five guns.

Posted on: Yesterday 18:52
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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caj11 wrote:
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light12v wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:
Several months ago, when the city council created the redevelopment plan I spoke against this. Councilman Boggiano said the city told him this land was worthless at that meeting. His comments were picked up by Al Sullivan for the Jersey City Reporter. I don't remember the issue but I am sure you can still find it.

CITY COUNCIL DID NOT CREATE LIBERTY HARBOR REDEVELOPMENT PLAN A COUPLE OF MONTHS AGO.
THEY MERELY AMENDED IT FROM IT'S 1973 CREATION TO PAVE THE WAY FOR FULOP'S VISION OF SCITECH CITY 2015,, AFTER DOING NOTHING FOR 2 YEARS ,, AND PUSHED IT THROUGH ON 01/25/17...WITHOUT DUE PROCESS SUPPORTED WITH ONLY SLOPPY PLANNING DIVISION WORK/MAPS & RENDERINGS.... IN A BUMS RUSH TO MEET FULOP'S ELECTION YEAR TIMELINE REQUIREMENTS.


As relevant as your comments are, I suggest that you TURN OFF THE CAPS LOCK ON YOUR KEYBOARD! It's annoying.

my bad. sorry, no yelling intended. [will do ee cummings lower case in the future, as i was never trained as a typist]

Posted on: Yesterday 18:40
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Re: Fatal Shooting - Garfield & Union - this Afternoon
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Much of the violence on the streets has been the same families and gangs for years. Most of these shootings are gang related. You can just do minimal research through the articles released in the past to see the connections.

As I'm typing this another person was recently shot on Van Horne that has life threatening injuries.

https://www.rlsmedia.com/article/break ... ctim-jersey-city-shooting

Posted on: Yesterday 18:40
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