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Re: Historic Downtown Jersey City among nation's most expensive neighborhoods for renters: report
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Roommates, hardest working, 720 Sq. Ft. All this for thousands of dollars. Sounds like a shore house in July. A fool and their money soon part.

Posted on: Today 19:43
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Re: Child Falls Through Hole in Liberty State Park Walkway into River!
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They're okay - (according to the story) - thank goodness:

Excerpt:

"The mother and toddler were not injured but treated at the scene by Jersey City Medical Center EMS and paramedics, said Mark Rabson, a spokesman for Jersey City Medical Center.

This story will be updated when more information becomes available. "


Posted on: Today 19:43
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Re: Child Falls Through Hole in Liberty State Park Walkway into River!
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I guess I re-read it and noticed a mistake of my own: it is not clear whether the mom and baby are ok at this point, I hope so...

Posted on: Today 19:19
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Re: What's going there?
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Quote:

Conformist wrote:
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tommyc_37 wrote:
Does anybody have any intel on what's going into the ground floor of 18 Park?


The Boys and Girls Club is relocating there. Their current building will be knocked down.


They have already relocated to the new space. The rest of the ground floor will be various retail. When I spoke to the leasing office over the summer, they suggested that beechwood cafe would open up a second location at the corner of Marin and Morris.

Tbd in terms of progress or timing.


Posted on: Today 19:06
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Re: Wheels gone and car left on blocks in Jersey City
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Quote:

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Car on blocks today in Hamilton Park, 10th at Jersey. Honda Accord with paper dealership plates.

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Throwback Saturday.

Posted on: Today 19:03
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Re: Wheels gone and car left on blocks in Jersey City
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Car on blocks today in Hamilton Park, 10th at Jersey. Honda Accord with paper dealership plates.

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Posted on: Today 18:55
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Re: New Asian Market
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Has this place opened? Any updates?

Posted on: Today 18:51
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Re: Child Falls Through Hole in Liberty State Park Walkway into River!
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The article was pasted verbatim from the Jersey Journal. They made the mistake. The article links to the corrected story and includes a disclaimer/correction that the original story reported that the mother jumped into the river to save her child.


Posted on: Today 18:48
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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Anyone know where I can get Andouille and Boudin sausage?

Posted on: Today 18:33
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Re: How to get JC parking permit, if I am not an owner of the car?
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I guess they know better to accept cash, for obvious reasons.

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the parking authority should at least take credit card, even if they have to charge a fee

Posted on: Today 18:27
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Re: Child Falls Through Hole in Liberty State Park Walkway into River!
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Please correct the title. The article states that the toddler and mom did not fall into the river. From what I remember of the area running by, the water is on the other side. Glad everyone is ok.

Posted on: Today 18:08
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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Quote:

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I am sorry for your loss, but that article is mostly drivel, and the author a right wing asshole.

The whole thing about Muslims celebrating 9-11 is a myth and a lie, perpetrated by assholes like that author who have an agenda.

After 9-11 there was actually a huge outpouring among even our supposed enemies in sympathy for us, and against the tgragic loss of life through mass murder. But assholes like her, and a few on here for that matter, hijack teh event as a smear and blood libel.










Here are some actual reactions abroad right after 9-11 for you bigots to ponder..

http://floppingaces.net/2010/08/01/th ... rated-the-attacks-of-911/

http://groups.colgate.edu/aarislam/response.htm

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=44b_1359356589&comments=1

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reacti ... _the_September_11_attacks

But we instead get hateful amateur hour hit pieces by our resident crank Yvonne and idiot remarks by a few others.


I tried to keep to the subject, but you are wrong about the celebrations. There a small sentence in the Star-Ledger when 9/11 happened concerning Paterson Muslim community and the celebrations reported. I also understand it was reported in the final 9/11 report. Three people I know, a Van Vorst neighbor, a nun, I worked with, and a doctor in Bayonne, also told me they saw Muslim celebrating in NJ. These 3 people do not know each other. I am quite sure some Muslims were horrified at 9/11 attack. But don't whitewash what happened. I really preferred we stick to the subject of the building which is my concerned.

Posted on: Today 17:52
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Re: What to Know About New Executive Action on Immigration Reform
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Even though the program doesn't mandate health care, NY State is obligated to make Medicare open to anyone with legal status-which NY predicts will cost over 300 million dollars a year to provide it for these new 'legal' illegals. That's 3 billion over a decade, which will come from either higher taxes for the earners, or cutbacks in services that the earner's taxes pay for now.

In other words, Obama's illegal amnesty will hurt middle class New Yorker's and benefit illegal aliens.

Whose President is he?

Posted on: Today 16:55
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Child Falls Through Hole in Liberty State Park Walkway into River!
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A child fell into the Hudson River at Liberty State Park Saturday and then the mother jumped into the water to rescue her child, according to an eyewitness.

The child fell into the Hudson River around 10:30 a.m. through a hole in a walkway at the Jersey City park, according to an eyewitness. The mother immediately jumped into the river to save her child, according to the eyewitness.

Photos/Rest of Story - Jersey Journal

Posted on: Today 16:53
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Re: What's going there?
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Quote:

tommyc_37 wrote:
Does anybody have any intel on what's going into the ground floor of 18 Park?


The Boys and Girls Club is relocating there. Their current building will be knocked down.

Posted on: Today 16:39
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Odds are slim, but given how goddamn incompetent the PA is, anyone think they suspend the 33rd line before they reopen the WTC line on weekends?

Surely, they can't be THAT stupid. Right? RIGHT? Sh*t, I probably just gave them an idea.

Posted on: Today 16:34
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Is there word or confirmation if/when the WTC weekend service will be back? We've almost at the end of November, and I haven't seen anything.

Is it going to be back the 1st weekend of Jan 2015, or is it "Sometime" early 2015 (which may mean "anytime" 2015)?

Posted on: Today 16:20
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Re: What to Know About New Executive Action on Immigration Reform
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I don't think I said that Obama did the same thing as Bush and Reagan (at least I didn't mean to). My reference is that both events are an "amnesty".

Like I mentioned in an earlier post, I understand both sides of the argument. However, look at it this way. No matter what, people will be coming here illegally, thousands every day. No one can stop that. Many of them are children that are sent here by their parents, and many are brought here with their parents. Without amnesty, those children will never get a chance without a legal status (without fault of their own).

However, with the amnesty, they now get a chance to do something with their lives, and potentially live up to their parents dreams and hopes. Otherwise, they'll just live the rest of their lives in the shadow world.

I should probably have prefaced by saying that my family came through similar channels, and I feel a lot for these people: to give up everything you have in your life, and come to a world where you potentially don't even speak the language, and not know a single person. That takes a lot of courage and dedication. How many (real) Americans would do something like that for their own children? That's all I'm saying.

Posted on: Today 16:14
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Re: What's going there?
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Posted on: Today 16:11
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Re: What's going there?
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what's going on at 378 main? are they expanding arthouse? any renderings?

Posted on: Today 15:35
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Re: How to get JC parking permit, if I am not an owner of the car?
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the parking authority should at least take credit card, even if they have to charge a fee

Posted on: Today 15:21
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Re: How to get JC parking permit, if I am not an owner of the car?
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Quote:

tern wrote:
I have 11 one day visitor parking permits which expire at end of 2014 available free to anyone who wants them as I will not be able to use them.

PM me.

Robin.


Robin, I just messaged you

Posted on: Today 15:20
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Re: How to get JC parking permit, if I am not an owner of the car?
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I have 11 one day visitor parking permits which expire at end of 2014 available free to anyone who wants them as I will not be able to use them.

PM me.

Robin.

Posted on: Today 15:04
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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Cool.. And we killed tens of thousands of them in Iraq for no good reason.

Going to apologize for that?

Posted on: Today 14:51
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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Your cowardly rants have nothing to do with the topic either.

The facts are that many of the modern problems with extremism stem from these abhorrent cultural beliefs shared by a majority of adherents to that religion.

Just today, over 100 Muslim gunmen boarded a bus in Kenya, forced all bus riders to recite portions of the Koran, and killed everyone who could not do this.

They killed over 28 people.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/wor ... habab-attack-9877181.html

If you don't see a link between shared cultural values and extremism, you are naive. If you try to shout down those who do see a link as "bigots," you are an ignorant fascist.

Even in Norway, "moderate" Muslims believe some crazy shit. It is a global movement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpeIS25jhK4

Of course, on this topic, it sounds like the Mosque is located in a historical district and thus won't be able to remove the Lions. But since we have veered far off topic, some actual facts and education are appropriate.

Posted on: Today 14:48
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Posted on: Today 14:48
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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I am sorry for your loss, but that article is mostly drivel, and the author a right wing asshole.

The whole thing about Muslims celebrating 9-11 is a myth and a lie, perpetrated by assholes like that author who have an agenda.

After 9-11 there was actually a huge outpouring among even our supposed enemies in sympathy for us, and against the tgragic loss of life through mass murder. But assholes like her, and a few on here for that matter, hijack teh event as a smear and blood libel.

Here are some actual reactions abroad right after 9-11 for you bigots to ponder..

http://floppingaces.net/2010/08/01/th ... rated-the-attacks-of-911/

http://groups.colgate.edu/aarislam/response.htm

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=44b_1359356589&comments=1

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reacti ... _the_September_11_attacks

But we instead get hateful amateur hour hit pieces by our resident crank Yvonne and idiot remarks by a few others.

Posted on: Today 14:42
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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Quote:

07310 wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:
We are really off the topic, when we bring up people celebrating or dancing over tragedies. The issue is about saving the facade of the building or at least not having them destroyed. But since it was brought up. Here is an article about a former neighbor of Van Vorst Park who died on 9/11, written by his cousin. She brings up the issue of dancing and celebrating over this tragedy. I knew John well, so this is sad. http://www.debbieschlussel.com/41898/ ... ho-did-it-who-celebrated/




Thank you for the link to this article. Jon was a close friend we used to go camping and had many mutual friends. I still miss him and whenever I see his name on the memorial in JC across from the WTC site it still makes me sad.


Jon was a good neighbor, I prayed for his soul many times. May he rest in peace.

Posted on: Today 14:39
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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What does that have to to with the topic, bigot? We are in Jersey City, in the US, and not in a third world country run by a dictatorial junta that is pushing people into following religious zealots, as they are the ones running organizations that actually help the poor. I did not know the residents of Cairo had a say on the lions being removed.


Posted on: Today 14:38
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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Regardless of how you feel on the issue, people need to get their facts straight. It is not an issue of tarring and feathering an entire religion based on the actions of an extreme minority.

It is an issue of cultural values shared by the majority of adherents to that religion.

For example, a majority of Muslims in Egypt and Pakistan support the death penalty for leaving Islam.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/w ... enalty-for-leaving-islam/

Call it what you will, but that is just a fact.

Posted on: Today 14:16
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