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Re: Democratic Convention
#26
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“Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,” Trump said. “I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”

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Another example of how far left the media is. They had a field day with the above Trump comment as did the DNC. Funny though in most reports they left out the 30,000 emails part. (gee why did Clinton delete them?) They twisted it into Trump saying how he asked the Russians to hack our systems. That he committed treason. Amazing.

Also funny about the reporting of the poll numbers. Right after the GOP convention Trump got a big bounce. In some polls as high as 6 points. Yet you didn’t read too many reports about it. Watch how much press there is about Clinton’s after election bounce. (if she gets one that is..lol)

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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
#27
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Oh, and get prequalified immediately, if you haven't already.

Posted on: Yesterday 17:09
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
#28
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ErieStreet4Life wrote:
Anywhere from $250-$300/$325....

If you haven't used it already, Zillow is your friend. You can punch in your price range, and see some listings. From there, I'd ask people here about some specifics.

I don't see anything downtown at all in that range. I assume Heights are out, so you're mostly looking SW of JSQ.

The Beacon has a few 1BR units in your price range.

There's also a listing for 72 Gaultier Ave for $300k. 4BR, near Lincoln Park, new hardwood floors, yard. The park is kind of small, but pleasant. I think that area is OK, although I'm not an expert on that part of town.

I concur with Getz, inventory in JC is very tight. I wouldn't bid on something you don't like, but be prepared to move very fast if you see something you do like....

Posted on: Yesterday 17:08
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Re: Democratic Convention
#29
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Atsushi wrote:
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TheBigGuy wrote:
Why do I have to keep repeating the most important questions you conveniently ignore... Please explain to the readers why your candidate HRC who according to Obama is the most qualified presidential candidate EVER, or some such nonsense, is not dominating Trump? Hmmm, can't play the race card here... sexism, of course. Guys, can we add Sexism and variations to our Drink Game words Racism, Hitler/Nazi and Fascists. DRINK!!!


Because a sizable portion of electorate is stupid?

Also you need to wait until the end of summer for a clear trend to emerge. If by then, Clinton isn't comfortably leading, I would be a bit worried.


You should be worried because people in the know with Wikileaks say they have damaging information about Crooked Hillary that will end her campaign.

I can't wait!

https://mobile.twitter.com/KimDotcom/status/757421624555560962

Posted on: Yesterday 17:04
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Re: SYRIAN REFUGEE FAMILIES IN JERSEY CITY HIGHLIGHT GROWING MIGRANT CRISIS
#30
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From Facebook:

Church World Service- Jersey City

CWS Jersey City is currently looking for volunteers and donors to help set up three apartments over the coming weeks! We will be having a move-in day on August 6th and are looking for a number of furniture items and home supplies as well as volunteers. If you or anyone you know is interested in getting involved, please email mjohnson@cwsglobal.org.

https://www.facebook.com/CWSJerseyCity


Posted on: Yesterday 17:03
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Re: JC monopoly mural on/in newark pedestrian plaza
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DanL wrote:

and in tv news -

http://pix11.com/2016/07/27/jersey-ci ... TE6Lb7LYME2VCdnkNZB_gf9B3

sorry this cannot be imbedded.


Love the censored graffiti.

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Posted on: Yesterday 16:41
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Re: Democratic Convention
#32
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I guess I would start with the author's name on this opinion... I actually forgot that Ted Kennedy (The Liberal Lion of the Senate) approached the Russians running against Jimmy Carter. The Russians at the time were deeply involved in Afghanistan and America was boycotting the Olympics.

Kristofer L. Harrison was a Defense and State Department official in the George W. Bush administration and is a foreign policy adviser to Senator Ted Cruz. His views here are his own. You can view his LinkedIn profile here - See more at: https://www.conservativereview.com/com ... ment#sthash.CuWRljQ8.dpuf

KLH has no plans to return to the government teet under the Trump Administration?

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Atsushi wrote:
https://www.conservativereview.com/com ... and-the-gop-establishment

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This week, Donald Trump joined hands with Kremlin trolls to excuse Vladimir Putin for interfering in our election. The ultimate establishmentarian, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, threw his own wrong answer into the hat. Donald Trump’s GOP is willing to abet Putin tarnishing our elections, our most fundamental institution, for the sake of defeating Hillary Clinton.

This is how a political party loses its soul.

There was a presidential way to handle this. The minute those emails leaked

Trump should have used his outdoor voice to denounce Putin interfering in our elections. “Hillary may be a crook but she’s my crook. This is my election. Stay out, Vlad.” Our gormless Secretary of State even happened to be with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Wednesday as things unfolded. Sec. Kerry did not stand up for the country but radiated weakness (shocking). Obama, Kerry and Clinton, herself, own the blame for this. The moment groaned for criticism. Yet, instead of taking a shot at the easy target, Trump defended the virulently anti-American tin pot authoritarian Putin, saying: "The new joke in town is that Russia leaked the disastrous DNC e-mails, which should never have been written (stupid), because Putin likes me."

I have held off my criticism in the expectation (hope?) that the GOP would reverse course, criticize President Obama and Hillary Clinton for cracking the door to Putin — and tell Putin to butt out. Instead, Trump doubled down. “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing.” Hear any complaints from the GOP establishment about a presidential candidate inviting a foreign power to meddle in our elections? How about the self-aggrandizing foreign policy expert and recent Trump endorser, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. who once called Putin a “gangster?” Me neither.

This is not the first time a presidential candidate turned to Moscow for help unseating an opponent. In 1982 Sen. Teddy Kennedy approached Soviet Premier Yuri Andropov for help defeating Ronald Reagan. Unlike Trump, Kennedy had enough shame to keep his approach secret. Unfortunately for him, the Soviet Union ended and Western researchers found the memo.

The GOP establishment wants all aboard the Trump train even if it means selling American democracy down the river.

Until this week, Kennedy owned the most shameful act of servitude in modern U.S. politics. Yet Trump, like Kennedy, put himself above the Constitution. Trump, like Kennedy, did not believe he could alone convince the American voters of his message… so he begged Moscow for help. Trump does not even know enough about the Constitution to know he has done a bad thing… but the (silent) GOP leaders do. Or at least they did.

During Trump’s first serious speech on foreign policy he quoted Alexander Hamilton (incorrectly) on trade. As noted by John Avalon, Hamilton also wrote George Washington’s Farewell Address. In it Washington explicitly warns, that “foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government.” If our first president understood this point how is it that someone vying to become the 45th does not? The answer is Hillary Clinton.

The GOP has now cast everything aside to beat Hillary Clinton. Everything. Don’t get me wrong; she deserves opprobrium. But my dislike of Hillary does not trump core principles, to say nothing about core defense of the Constitution. What good is it if, in our desire to cast her aside, we put forward a bozo who thinks there are 12 articles in the Constitution? True, Trump brings together traditional RINOs and crackpot conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones to fight Clinton but to what end? The GOP establishment wants all aboard the Trump train even if it means selling American democracy down the river.

Wednesday, the controversy turned to whether Trump is Putin’s plant. Give me a break. Putin is no mastermind. Trump is Putin’s useful idiot and this episode is nothing but an attempt to make hash of our elections. Because Trump is stuck in character we need someone else to speak in defense of the Constitution. The party that claims to be the protector of the Constitution should brim with people who can make this point. Apparently not today.

Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan put out a tepid statemtent. Embarrassing. Priebus whined, “The Russians didn't write the emails.” Non Sequitur. Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Trump’s running mate, mealy mouthed, "If it is Russia and they are interfering in our elections” they would face consequences. C’mon. No serious person questions that the Russians did this.

Gov. Pence, if you really doubt it, you can follow the rabbit down the hole here, here, here, here, here, here. Either that, or Google it.

Trump typically thunders that Obama’s America does get respect abroad. True. Obama is weak. But how much respect does Trump think he will get as president after undermining his own Constitution for the sake of beating a candidate that nobody likes? Trump tells everyone who listens that he wants a good relationship with Putin. That sounds vaguely familiar. Presidents Bush and Obama learned the hard way that flattery gets you nowhere with Putin. Donald Trump believes himself to be awesome. He has fooled a great many people. I can assure you Vladimir Putin is not one of them.


I didn't think I would ever post an article from Conservative Review. But I would love to know how Trump fans defend what he did.

Posted on: Yesterday 16:17
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
#33
Just can't stay away
Just can't stay away


Check out Lafayette - I've lived here eight years and love it. There's a great feeling of community and, despite what's often suggested in this forum, safety hasn't been an issue for anyone I know. (As anywhere, there are occasional annoyances, of course.) But maybe it's those perceptions that are keeping it from being "overrun by insane people" as you said?

As mentioned earlier, inventory here is a problem, but that may ease soonish as more projects come online.

I'm not a fan of the Foundry, but it currently offers units that are in both your price and size range, and is right on the Light Rail. And, although I believe all units are now spoken for, the long-delayed renovation of Saints Lofts seems to be nearing completion (http://www.saintlofts.com/). I looked at a beautiful ~800 sq. ft. loft there when it was available out of curiosity, and it was going for about $260K. It gives you a sense of what you can get out here!

Posted on: Yesterday 16:15
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Re: Democratic Convention
#34
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Quote:

TheBigGuy wrote:
Why do I have to keep repeating the most important questions you conveniently ignore... Please explain to the readers why your candidate HRC who according to Obama is the most qualified presidential candidate EVER, or some such nonsense, is not dominating Trump? Hmmm, can't play the race card here... sexism, of course. Guys, can we add Sexism and variations to our Drink Game words Racism, Hitler/Nazi and Fascists. DRINK!!!


Because a sizable portion of electorate is stupid?

Also you need to wait until the end of summer for a clear trend to emerge. If by then, Clinton isn't comfortably leading, I would be a bit worried.

Posted on: Yesterday 16:12
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Who is JerseyCityFirst?
#35
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Not too shy to talk


Hello, JCListers!

I don't know if you've been following the WNYC piece on the Monopoly board mural or the comment fields below it:

http://www.wnyc.org/story/jersey-city ... -complaints/#commentsForm

It seems like someone invested in the Mural project is smearing both Mr. Abillity and Amy Wilson anonymously there. Anyone recognize the handle JerseyCityFirst or the writing style? They must also comment here on JCList. I found some 2013 posts around the election on nj.com

https://www.google.com/#q=%22jerseycityfirst%22

Let me know what you dig up, JCListers. If someone at City Hall is retaliating against critics of the administration they should not work for Jersey City. Brooke Hansson should accept responsibility for how this situation was mishandled. I have e-mailed Mayor Fulop and will let you know what I hear.

--Jim


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Re: JC monopoly mural on/in newark pedestrian plaza
#36
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Quite a regular


@caj11 - you aren't very smart.

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Re: Democratic Convention
#37
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Why do I have to keep repeating the most important questions you conveniently ignore... Please explain to the readers why your candidate HRC who according to Obama is the most qualified presidential candidate EVER, or some such nonsense, is not dominating Trump? Hmmm, can't play the race card here... sexism, of course. Guys, can we add Sexism and variations to our Drink Game words Racism, Hitler/Nazi and Fascists. DRINK!!!


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Pebble wrote:
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TheBigGuy wrote:
I assume you are referring to Paul MANAFORT. I have noticed you repeatedly make that mistake over the last several weeks. Very good... conspiracy theories now... you should try that one out on Coast to Coast Overnight. Mention the Loch Ness Monster, Obama the Kenyan, Bilderberg, Illuminati, Rothschild and Reptilians and you will get extra time to spout you nonsense.

Thank you for the spellcheck.

I do like that you included "Obama the Kenyan" as that is something Trump still talks about along with Ted Cruz's father killing JFK...

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TheBigGuy wrote:Thanks for linking to a WAPO Poll one day after the convention in July ends.... HRC should be cleaning Trump's clock and it is not happening. Why is that?

Did you miss the date on that article? It is from July 25th. That is before the convention started.


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TheBigGuy wrote: Now put your tin hat back on, crawl into your safe space and don't come out till you can makeup with some more credible bro'mance stories about Putin and Trump.. something with Pirates would nice!

I love irony...

Posted on: Yesterday 16:02
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Re: Democratic Convention
#38
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https://www.conservativereview.com/com ... and-the-gop-establishment

Quote:

This week, Donald Trump joined hands with Kremlin trolls to excuse Vladimir Putin for interfering in our election. The ultimate establishmentarian, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, threw his own wrong answer into the hat. Donald Trump’s GOP is willing to abet Putin tarnishing our elections, our most fundamental institution, for the sake of defeating Hillary Clinton.

This is how a political party loses its soul.

There was a presidential way to handle this. The minute those emails leaked

Trump should have used his outdoor voice to denounce Putin interfering in our elections. “Hillary may be a crook but she’s my crook. This is my election. Stay out, Vlad.” Our gormless Secretary of State even happened to be with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Wednesday as things unfolded. Sec. Kerry did not stand up for the country but radiated weakness (shocking). Obama, Kerry and Clinton, herself, own the blame for this. The moment groaned for criticism. Yet, instead of taking a shot at the easy target, Trump defended the virulently anti-American tin pot authoritarian Putin, saying: "The new joke in town is that Russia leaked the disastrous DNC e-mails, which should never have been written (stupid), because Putin likes me."

I have held off my criticism in the expectation (hope?) that the GOP would reverse course, criticize President Obama and Hillary Clinton for cracking the door to Putin — and tell Putin to butt out. Instead, Trump doubled down. “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing.” Hear any complaints from the GOP establishment about a presidential candidate inviting a foreign power to meddle in our elections? How about the self-aggrandizing foreign policy expert and recent Trump endorser, Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla. who once called Putin a “gangster?” Me neither.

This is not the first time a presidential candidate turned to Moscow for help unseating an opponent. In 1982 Sen. Teddy Kennedy approached Soviet Premier Yuri Andropov for help defeating Ronald Reagan. Unlike Trump, Kennedy had enough shame to keep his approach secret. Unfortunately for him, the Soviet Union ended and Western researchers found the memo.

The GOP establishment wants all aboard the Trump train even if it means selling American democracy down the river.

Until this week, Kennedy owned the most shameful act of servitude in modern U.S. politics. Yet Trump, like Kennedy, put himself above the Constitution. Trump, like Kennedy, did not believe he could alone convince the American voters of his message… so he begged Moscow for help. Trump does not even know enough about the Constitution to know he has done a bad thing… but the (silent) GOP leaders do. Or at least they did.

During Trump’s first serious speech on foreign policy he quoted Alexander Hamilton (incorrectly) on trade. As noted by John Avalon, Hamilton also wrote George Washington’s Farewell Address. In it Washington explicitly warns, that “foreign influence is one of the most baneful foes of republican government.” If our first president understood this point how is it that someone vying to become the 45th does not? The answer is Hillary Clinton.

The GOP has now cast everything aside to beat Hillary Clinton. Everything. Don’t get me wrong; she deserves opprobrium. But my dislike of Hillary does not trump core principles, to say nothing about core defense of the Constitution. What good is it if, in our desire to cast her aside, we put forward a bozo who thinks there are 12 articles in the Constitution? True, Trump brings together traditional RINOs and crackpot conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones to fight Clinton but to what end? The GOP establishment wants all aboard the Trump train even if it means selling American democracy down the river.

Wednesday, the controversy turned to whether Trump is Putin’s plant. Give me a break. Putin is no mastermind. Trump is Putin’s useful idiot and this episode is nothing but an attempt to make hash of our elections. Because Trump is stuck in character we need someone else to speak in defense of the Constitution. The party that claims to be the protector of the Constitution should brim with people who can make this point. Apparently not today.

Wednesday, House Speaker Paul Ryan put out a tepid statemtent. Embarrassing. Priebus whined, “The Russians didn't write the emails.” Non Sequitur. Indiana Governor Mike Pence, Trump’s running mate, mealy mouthed, "If it is Russia and they are interfering in our elections” they would face consequences. C’mon. No serious person questions that the Russians did this.

Gov. Pence, if you really doubt it, you can follow the rabbit down the hole here, here, here, here, here, here. Either that, or Google it.

Trump typically thunders that Obama’s America does get respect abroad. True. Obama is weak. But how much respect does Trump think he will get as president after undermining his own Constitution for the sake of beating a candidate that nobody likes? Trump tells everyone who listens that he wants a good relationship with Putin. That sounds vaguely familiar. Presidents Bush and Obama learned the hard way that flattery gets you nowhere with Putin. Donald Trump believes himself to be awesome. He has fooled a great many people. I can assure you Vladimir Putin is not one of them.


I didn't think I would ever post an article from Conservative Review. But I would love to know how Trump fans defend what he did.

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Re: Democratic Convention
#39
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Quote:

TheBigGuy wrote:
I assume you are referring to Paul MANAFORT. I have noticed you repeatedly make that mistake over the last several weeks. Very good... conspiracy theories now... you should try that one out on Coast to Coast Overnight. Mention the Loch Ness Monster, Obama the Kenyan, Bilderberg, Illuminati, Rothschild and Reptilians and you will get extra time to spout you nonsense.

Thank you for the spellcheck.

I do like that you included "Obama the Kenyan" as that is something Trump still talks about along with Ted Cruz's father killing JFK...

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TheBigGuy wrote:Thanks for linking to a WAPO Poll one day after the convention in July ends.... HRC should be cleaning Trump's clock and it is not happening. Why is that?

Did you miss the date on that article? It is from July 25th. That is before the convention started.


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TheBigGuy wrote: Now put your tin hat back on, crawl into your safe space and don't come out till you can makeup with some more credible bro'mance stories about Putin and Trump.. something with Pirates would nice!

I love irony...

Posted on: Yesterday 15:51
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Re: Democratic Convention
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If you will listen even closer, Trump is asking The Russians to produce the 30000 emails that HRC and her staff deleted. I love how the democrats are so interested in data security. Hillary already said she "wiped the server clean" with a cloth.... and it was secure in her basement because the Secret Service were there at the house.... about as credible as her saying on 60 minutes that she had no idea what the DNC hacking story was about?

This indignation by democrats about Russians being our enemy is laughable considering they offered no support tearing down the Iron Curtain.



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Atsushi wrote:
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TheBigGuy wrote:
Try to focus... the democrats say that Treasonous Trump is colluding with the Russians.... where is the EVIDENCE. If it exists, wouldn't the arrests start in the Trump campaign???

Please cite your measurable sources that HRC has recaptured the Bernie Vote?

And no comment about a white southern male as VP?



Didn't you hear he say, "Russia, if you are listening..." He is encouraging Russia--America's adversary--to commit international espionage! (for what? To benefit him!)

That's not a statement any person who runs or is to run the U.S. government NEVER, ever should make. Him being a presidential candidate makes it even worse.

Posted on: Yesterday 15:49
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
#41
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I really appreciate the information. Thank you.

Quote:

Pebble wrote:
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ErieStreet4Life wrote:
Thanks. I'm asking more about areas that are affordable and habitable...not overrun by the insane people moving to Jersey City and not full of brutalist high rises.

I'm a bit biased, but I love living in the Bergen Hill area. However, I also love the Lafayette section. There is a lot of fun stuff happening in these places. The reval shouldn't affect these spots too much as Downtown should take the majority of the hit.

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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
#42
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Anywhere from $250-$300/$325

I guess I'm willing to be far enough but not far enough that the getting to the PATH adds an additional commuting expense.

I'd live near any PATH station, to be honest. I am not wedded to any area of JC anymore.

Unsafe is a broad term. I don't want to die, and I also don't want to displace a ton of people moving to a new area. Maybe that is unavoidable though.

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Dolomiti wrote:
It's difficult, if not impossible, to make a recommendation without knowing....

a) Your price range

b) How far you're willing to live from a PATH station

c) Which PATH stations you're willing to live near

d) Your tolerance for potentially unsafe neighborhoods

And as always, consult a good "Rent Or Buy" calculator.
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/20 ... rent-calculator.html?_r=0

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Re: JC monopoly mural on/in newark pedestrian plaza
#43
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It's a shame our state tax dollars (the funds came from a state grant) had to pay for this tacky mural, painted by someone who was arrested for painting graffiti in Jersey City before, yet still got paid a stipend for this (again, from our state tax dollars), and a shame our local tax dollars had to pay to cover it up.

Tax dollars hard at work people! While I suppose some tax dollars spent on artistic projects like these murals is fine, we should not be rewarding people who have vandalized the city. There are a lot of starving artists in Jersey City that are much more deserving of doing this work and getting a stipend for it than somebody who previously broke the law. If he wants to paint so badly he can work for a construction company and paint walls, just one color, with a paintbrush for a fair wage.

Posted on: Yesterday 15:47
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
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Thank you for the insight. I'm sure it's quite apparent that I am JUST dipping my toe into looking, but I wanted to start by asking around. Cheers.

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Re: Democratic Convention
#45
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I assume you are referring to Paul MANAFORT. I have noticed you repeatedly make that mistake over the last several weeks. Very good... conspiracy theories now... you should try that one out on Coast to Coast Overnight. Mention the Loch Ness Monster, Obama the Kenyan, Bilderberg, Illuminati, Rothschild and Reptilians and you will get extra time to spout your nonsense.

Thanks for linking to a WAPO Poll one day after the convention in July ends.... HRC should be cleaning Trump's clock and it is not happening. Why is that?

Now put your tin hat back on, crawl into your safe space and don't come out till you can makeup with some more credible bro'mance stories about Putin and Trump.. something with Pirates would nice!

Quote:

Pebble wrote:
Quote:

TheBigGuy wrote:
Try to focus... the democrats say that Treasonous Trump is colluding with the Russians.... where is the EVIDENCE. If it exists, wouldn't the arrests start in the Trump campaign???

You don't find it odd that Paul Maniford spent years lobbying for Russian causes and is now Trump's campaign manager? You don't find it odd that Tump forced comments about Ukraine and Russia removed from the Republican Party platform? You don't find it odd that Trump asked Russia to hack the DNC and Hillary's emails?

Nope... no connection between the two at all.

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TheBigGuy wrote:
Please cite your measurable sources that HRC has recaptured the Bernie Vote?

Here's a link for you with all the poll numbers:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/th ... the-democratic-base-isnt/

You should turn off Fox News once in a while. You might learn something...

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TheBigGuy wrote:
And no comment about a white southern male as VP?

What comment needs to be made?

Posted on: Yesterday 15:41
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
#46
Home away from home
Home away from home


It's difficult, if not impossible, to make a recommendation without knowing....

a) Your price range

b) How far you're willing to live from a PATH station

c) Which PATH stations you're willing to live near

d) Your tolerance for potentially unsafe neighborhoods

And as always, consult a good "Rent Or Buy" calculator.
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/20 ... rent-calculator.html?_r=0

Posted on: Yesterday 15:36
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
#47
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

ErieStreet4Life wrote:
Thanks. I'm asking more about areas that are affordable and habitable...not overrun by the insane people moving to Jersey City and not full of brutalist high rises.

I'm a bit biased, but I love living in the Bergen Hill area. However, I also love the Lafayette section. There is a lot of fun stuff happening in these places. The reval shouldn't affect these spots too much as Downtown should take the majority of the hit.

Posted on: Yesterday 15:31
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
#48
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The situation right now in my experience.
Downtown: gentrified and overpriced
Heights: gentrified and overpriced
Greenville: overpriced if it's not a foreclosure, lots of competition if it is, and crime is still a problem for many of the parts east of Jfk.
Journal Square: Buy now if for the right price will only increase in value.
McGinley square: buy now if the price is right, will only increase in value.
Bergen Lafayette: buy now if the price is right, crime a problem in certain areas, low inventory in the good parts.

Posted on: Yesterday 15:24
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
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Thanks. I'm asking more about areas that are affordable and habitable...not overrun by the insane people moving to Jersey City and not full of brutalist high rises.

Posted on: Yesterday 15:19
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Re: Democratic Convention
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Quote:

TheBigGuy wrote:
Try to focus... the democrats say that Treasonous Trump is colluding with the Russians.... where is the EVIDENCE. If it exists, wouldn't the arrests start in the Trump campaign???

Please cite your measurable sources that HRC has recaptured the Bernie Vote?

And no comment about a white southern male as VP?



Didn't you hear he say, "Russia, if you are listening..." He is encouraging Russia--America's adversary--to commit international espionage! (for what? To benefit him!)

That's not a statement any person who runs or is to run the U.S. government NEVER, ever should make. Him being a presidential candidate makes it even worse.

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Re: Democratic Convention
#51
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Quote:

TheBigGuy wrote:
Try to focus... the democrats say that Treasonous Trump is colluding with the Russians.... where is the EVIDENCE. If it exists, wouldn't the arrests start in the Trump campaign???

You don't find it odd that Paul Maniford spent years lobbying for Russian causes and is now Trump's campaign manager? You don't find it odd that Tump forced comments about Ukraine and Russia removed from the Republican Party platform? You don't find it odd that Trump asked Russia to hack the DNC and Hillary's emails?

Nope... no connection between the two at all.

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TheBigGuy wrote:
Please cite your measurable sources that HRC has recaptured the Bernie Vote?

Here's a link for you with all the poll numbers:
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/th ... the-democratic-base-isnt/

You should turn off Fox News once in a while. You might learn something...

Quote:

TheBigGuy wrote:
And no comment about a white southern male as VP?

What comment needs to be made?

Posted on: Yesterday 15:16
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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(really down Marion but close enough)

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Plan would bring nearly 500 units to old Puccini's site in Jersey City
By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal

on July 29, 2016 at 3:05 PM

JERSEY CITY — A new artist's rendering shows how the site of a former industrial plant and iconic Jersey City eatery will be remade into a nearly 500-unit residential development a half-mile from the Journal Square PATH hub.

Avenir, located at Broadway and West Side Avenue, would include 486 units of market-rate residential housing and over 25,000 square feet of retail space in five buildings ranging from three to eight stories, plus 384 parking spaces. The planning board gave final approval to some of the site last week.

The development will be located on a four-acre site in the city's Marion section that once included Puccini's Restaurant, a West Side mainstay and political hangout for 31 years before closing last year to make way for Avenir.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... c.html#incart_river_index

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Re: Democratic Convention
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TheBigGuy wrote:
Try to focus... the democrats say that Treasonous Trump is colluding with the Russians.... where is the EVIDENCE. If it exists, wouldn't the arrests start in the Trump campaign???

Please cite your measurable sources that HRC has recaptured the Bernie Vote?

And no comment about a white southern male as VP?


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Pebble wrote:
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TheBigGuy wrote:
Was that the same democrat message that lulled Wild Bill Clinton to sleep???

Where is the evidence that Trump and the Russians are in collusion outside of wild statements by democrats embarrassed by the Wiki leaks disclosures? And apparently The FBI knows who did the hacking and they are withholding a formal announcement of arrests or indictments?

The left base is fractured and Bernie has retired to his dacha in Vermont. The millennial support / vote is now questionable and HRC picked a paunchy gray haired southern white male who is the antithesis of the 21st century democrat socialist profile. Other than that I would agree that the democrat convention was a complete success.

You're not writing anything based on facts here.

The FBI stated that they believe it was Russia that hacked it. Why would their be arrests happening? Who would they arrest? It was international espionage and you believe that Russia would turn these people over?! That's absurd logic!

As for the base being fractured... Hillary has taken on nearly 85% of Sanders supporters by all measurable numbers. You arguing otherwise simply means you're ignore facts.

You should start with things that are less factual, like how the Earth is flat...
i'd rather talk about all the comapanies that donald the dunce ushered into chapter 11 (business acumen?) or all the contractors, investors, employees that he shortchanged!

Posted on: Yesterday 15:11
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Re: Longish-time JC resident interested in buying...somewhere
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The best time is to buy after reval. Unfortunately some people will not be able to pay their new taxes. So you buy then appeal the tax assessment. You will pay less and receive a lower tax rate.

Posted on: Yesterday 15:08
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Re: Democratic Convention
#55
Home away from home
Home away from home


Try to focus... the democrats say that Treasonous Trump is colluding with the Russians.... where is the EVIDENCE. If it exists, wouldn't the arrests start in the Trump campaign???

Please cite your measurable sources that HRC has recaptured the Bernie Vote?

And no comment about a white southern male as VP?


Quote:

Pebble wrote:
Quote:

TheBigGuy wrote:
Was that the same democrat message that lulled Wild Bill Clinton to sleep???

Where is the evidence that Trump and the Russians are in collusion outside of wild statements by democrats embarrassed by the Wiki leaks disclosures? And apparently The FBI knows who did the hacking and they are withholding a formal announcement of arrests or indictments?

The left base is fractured and Bernie has retired to his dacha in Vermont. The millennial support / vote is now questionable and HRC picked a paunchy gray haired southern white male who is the antithesis of the 21st century democrat socialist profile. Other than that I would agree that the democrat convention was a complete success.

You're not writing anything based on facts here.

The FBI stated that they believe it was Russia that hacked it. Why would their be arrests happening? Who would they arrest? It was international espionage and you believe that Russia would turn these people over?! That's absurd logic!

As for the base being fractured... Hillary has taken on nearly 85% of Sanders supporters by all measurable numbers. You arguing otherwise simply means you're ignore facts.

You should start with things that are less factual, like how the Earth is flat...

Posted on: Yesterday 14:54
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