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Re: Our Lady of Czestochowa Downtown Sex Abuse...
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Let's not forget who created Satan.

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Re: Diesel&Duke, 389 Monmouth
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DouglasReynholm wrote:
Went last night. Burger was decent so was poutine. I would eat again, but it's not crazy good like Burger Joint (Le Parker Meridien) - Bub's Burgers (Carmel, Indiana) or New Park Tavern good. ... but better than Left Bank.


The only one of those I've had is Burger Joint, which I wasn't too impressed by.

We've been to D&D 3-4 times so far. It's more towards Shake Shack (which we love), it's not quite as good as that but it's a block away from our apt and you can't beat that. Agreed it is better than Left Bank.

Posted on: Yesterday 20:38
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Re: One of the state's oldest buildings is on the market
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Volga2112 wrote:
I feel stupid now. I've spent the first 23 years of my life regularily walking pretty much every day in front of that building, and I knew it was old, but not that old.

.. am I a prime example of the "ignorant American" all Europeans are laughing about?


Nah, at some point in the past the owners decided to rip the original front of the building off and replace it with that blunt stucco facing. The building lost its historical integrity a long time ago, like most old things around here.

Posted on: Yesterday 19:08
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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MDM wrote:
and of course my sump pump decided to have an issue...

crap... these pumps aren't made as well as they were in the past. This will be the 3rd time in two years I have to swap it out.


What brand is it?

Posted on: Yesterday 19:04
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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Bayonne firefighters rescue nearly a dozen people from cars, chief says
Updated 4:10 PM; Posted 4:00 PM
By Corey W. McDonald cmcdonald@jjournal.com

The Jersey Journal

BAYONNE -- Firefighters responded to roughly 70 calls for assistance in a three-hour period Tuesday, rescuing 11 people from stranded cars amid a torrent of heavy flooding, fire Chief Keith Weaver said.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... e.html#incart_river_index


Posted on: Yesterday 16:46
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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and of course my sump pump decided to have an issue...

crap... these pumps aren't made as well as they were in the past. This will be the 3rd time in two years I have to swap it out.

Posted on: Yesterday 16:42
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Re: Diesel&Duke, 389 Monmouth
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Went last night. Burger was decent so was poutine. I would eat again, but it's not crazy good like Burger Joint (Le Parker Meridien) - Bub's Burgers (Carmel, Indiana) or New Park Tavern good. ... but better than Left Bank.

Posted on: Yesterday 16:34
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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Eyewitness News 4:00 PM is reporting from Bayonne what a mess.

Posted on: Yesterday 16:23
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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jerseymom wrote:
Anyone know how downtown is by the Mall and ACME area?


Amazingly, Marin by the train tracks only flooded with a few inches for a brief time. I didn't see anything else and my sump pit is totally dry. Downtown dodged this one.

Posted on: Yesterday 15:34
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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No one is saying "get rid of it." Just move it 200 feet to an equally prominent space that will be accompanied by additional parks.

Posted on: Yesterday 14:41
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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(mostly Bayonne pictures as of 2 pm maybe they will add more later..wow)

From North Bergen to Bayonne, Hudson tries to stay above water
Updated 1:38 PM; Posted 1:37 PM

By Ron Zeitlinger The Jersey Journal

From North Bergen to Bayonne, the heavy rain is wreaking havoc on Hudson County Tuesday.

Parking lots and roadways are flooded, stranding motorists, bringing traffic to a standstill and stretching police and fire departments thin as perform dozens of rescues.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y.html#incart_river_index


JJ added more pictures they are up to 39 now ...has Lincoln Highway Bridge toward Communipaw Avenue in JC.

Posted on: Yesterday 14:35
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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(mostly Bayonne pictures as of 2 pm maybe they will add more later..wow)

From North Bergen to Bayonne, Hudson tries to stay above water
Updated 1:38 PM; Posted 1:37 PM

By Ron Zeitlinger The Jersey Journal

From North Bergen to Bayonne, the heavy rain is wreaking havoc on Hudson County Tuesday.

Parking lots and roadways are flooded, stranding motorists, bringing traffic to a standstill and stretching police and fire departments thin as perform dozens of rescues.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y.html#incart_river_index

Posted on: Yesterday 14:06
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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Anyone know how downtown is by the Mall and ACME area?

Posted on: Yesterday 13:44
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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PS - no cars stuck in water near rt 440/Kellogg but one white van is stuck in the mud he tried to cut over curb/grass into the ACME lot and got stuck.

Posted on: Yesterday 13:42
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Re: (9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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Looking out of the office now. route 3 eastbound lanes are flooded with a couple of cars half submerged.

Posted on: Yesterday 13:12
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(9/25/2018) Storm causes flooding across Hudson County
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Rt 440 by Kellogg in front of the La Mexicana (former Colonette) is flooded. All lanes closed. I will back track on what I posted to Yvonne on the 4/16/2018 flood thread. Still not covering cars and not a threat to Bayfront project but very high.

Posted on: Yesterday 12:55
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Re: Newark Avenue Pedestrian Plaza Expansion
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Eh, it may be annoying, but if the pedestrian plaza's expanding, it means that it's thriving, and if it's thriving, it means that Newark's economy is. I mean, it's by checking out the pedestrian-oriented street retail sector that you get the pulse of a city's economic health, let's start with a striking example, Athens in crisis-ridden Greece : article here

Why is that? Well, if the retail street's thriving, it means that shops are opening there, and if shops are opening, it means that 1) expensive commercial real estate is being bought and that 2) the people can buy stuff there.

Posted on: Yesterday 12:31
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Re: One of the state's oldest buildings is on the market
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I feel stupid now. I've spent the first 23 years of my life regularily walking pretty much every day in front of that building, and I knew it was old, but not that old.

.. am I a prime example of the "ignorant American" all Europeans are laughing about?

Posted on: Yesterday 12:27
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Eh, it does look grotesque, but I feel that it's somehow appropriate. I mean, it catches one's attention and looks as violent as what it's commemorating.

If I were to choose, I'd let the monument be. Some people don't like it ; tough shit, some people didn't like the Eiffel Tower and wanted it gone as well.

Posted on: Yesterday 12:22
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Re: Our Lady of Czestochowa Downtown Sex Abuse...
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Now, I feel that "catholic church" and "pedo sex abuse" are a little bit like clouds and rain, or like burgers and fries... I'm glad that I've left this shameful institution.

But it's like if every religion had its burden to carry. Catholicism has this, Protestantism has the super rich televangelists and a cult of money in general, Orthodoxy has corruption and political power abuse, Islam has terrorism, Judaism has violent zionism...

I was going to say that Atheism doesn't, but then I remembered about Communist repressions. I'm beginning to think that if there's a God, he isn't the one who created mankind, but that Satan did...

Posted on: Yesterday 12:18
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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1) JC List is supposed to be a forum where people can express their opinions.
2) Name calling in no way supports your opinion, makes your argument more substantial or helps in any way to get your point across, and actually makes you look stupid and childish.
3) If you have a problem with someone you have the power to close your eyes, click on another window...etc.
4) Very few new people bother with JC List anymore. I've been on it for about 10 years and now I just check it mostly because it's like a train wreck and I can't seem to look away for long.
5) I don't know any of you and have no vested interest in anyone "winning" an argument. Truthfully I'm over all of you. I'm just expressing an opinon.
6) And again a forum doesn't necessarily need to devolve into an argument.


Posted on: Yesterday 11:20
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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Yvonne wrote:
Are you a property owner nicky? Because if you are not, then you have no skin in the game. Lawsuits against the city results in settlements in which taxpayers foot the bill. So tell me, do you have skin the game?


FYI I am an owner, so I have "skin in game" you slobbering mongrel. You have a lot of nerve saying renters, who pay those same taxes through their rents and still shop here and contribute to the economy have no say.


As usual, you go for nasty names, I can only guess, your parents did a poor job of raising you. How sad.

Posted on: Yesterday 10:55
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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Quote:

dr_nick_riviera wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:
Are you a property owner nicky? Because if you are not, then you have no skin in the game. Lawsuits against the city results in settlements in which taxpayers foot the bill. So tell me, do you have skin the game?


FYI I am an owner, so I have "skin in game" you slobbering mongrel. You have a lot of nerve saying renters, who pay those same taxes through their rents and still shop here and contribute to the economy have no say.


As usual, you go for nasty names, I can only guess, your parents did a poor job of raising you. How sad.

Posted on: Yesterday 10:55
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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Yvonne wrote:
Part of the reason why there are accidents in JC has to do with the traffic lights. Unlike other cities, our lights are not uniform. One block is green but the next is red. So many cars including buses rush through because they know they would have to wait. These things cause accidents but the city put them in order to slow down traffic but drivers who know the game try to rush before the lights change. Other cities have continuous lights of green or red which eliminate the need to rush plus our streets are very narrow unlike NYC. You only need one accident at these parklets which will result in a massive lawsuit. One thing for sure, I would not sit in one.


It takes a special kind of mind to blame the parklet for getting flattened by a bus. I don't mean this rhetorically: don't you think the city would be better with speed bumps, narrower streets, etc., and giving over more public space for use by the public?

Posted on: Yesterday 10:39
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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Yvonne wrote:
Are you a property owner nicky? Because if you are not, then you have no skin in the game. Lawsuits against the city results in settlements in which taxpayers foot the bill. So tell me, do you have skin the game?


FYI I am an owner, so I have "skin in game" you slobbering mongrel. You have a lot of nerve saying renters, who pay those same taxes through their rents and still shop here and contribute to the economy have no say.

Posted on: Yesterday 10:18
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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Part of the reason why there are accidents in JC has to do with the traffic lights. Unlike other cities, our lights are not uniform. One block is green but the next is red. So many cars including buses rush through because they know they would have to wait. These things cause accidents but the city put them in order to slow down traffic but drivers who know the game try to rush before the lights change. Other cities have continuous lights of green or red which eliminate the need to rush plus our streets are very narrow unlike NYC. You only need one accident at these parklets which will result in a massive lawsuit. One thing for sure, I would not sit in one.

Posted on: Yesterday 9:53
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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Quote:

Yvonne wrote:
Are you a property owner nicky? Because if you are not, then you have no skin in the game. Lawsuits against the city results in settlements in which taxpayers foot the bill. So tell me, do you have skin the game?


I'm a property owner and I support parklets. If buses can't control themselves on city streets and end up crushing our parklets, the solution is to slow and reduce traffic on city streets, not surrender public spaces to vehicles.

Posted on: Yesterday 8:49
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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Are you a property owner nicky? Because if you are not, then you have no skin in the game. Lawsuits against the city results in settlements in which taxpayers foot the bill. So tell me, do you have skin the game?

Posted on: Yesterday 7:31
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Re: Help Nimbus Commemorate Meredith Lippman
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A beautifully curated exhibit. If you have a chance to stop by before Saturday's purchase pickup.... you will be glad you did.

Posted on: Yesterday 7:15
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Re: Jersey City Transforms Parking Spots into Parklets
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Yvonne wrote:
JC has turnpike traffic, the Holland Tunnel Traffic, 1&9 Traffic, 139 Traffic plus people coming here from Bayonne and North Hudson. You cannot compare the traffic and besides, you do not know what San Francisco has unless you speak to an insurance agent. You can banned all cars in JC and the cars coming from the outside will still clog the city.


Yvonne the snowflake and her minions are upset simply because of the loss of her precious parking spaces. We should just repurpose all green space in the city into parking lots.

Posted on: 9/24 23:55
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