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Re: Crash on Jersey Ave, Friday Night Aug 5
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Another crash this morning, Jersey and 3rd.


Jersey City got lucky no pedestrians were injured in this accident, considering all the foot traffic generated by the grocery store, the laundromat and the Citibike rack all at that corner. It's time for the city to install a stop signs on Jersey Ave at 3rd to slow the drag race between Newark ave and the tunnel.


The State of NJ authorizes the installation of stop signs, not JC.

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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'Slow and steady' growth? Obama is the first POTUS to never have a 3% rise in the economy. Hillary would be more of the same. And Obama got those abysmal numbers by doubling he national debt accrued by every single preceding POTUS combined. Just imagine how the economy would be if he hadn't mortgaged our kids lives.


Thank you, Comrade Monroe! The Russian Federation approves of your comments!

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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'Slow and steady' growth? Obama is the first POTUS to never have a 3% rise in the economy. Hillary would be more of the same. And Obama got those abysmal numbers by doubling he national debt accrued by every single preceding POTUS combined. Just imagine how the economy would be if he hadn't mortgaged our kids lives.

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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For The First Time In Its 126-Year History, This Newspaper Endorsed A Democrat

The editorial also called out Trump for consistently making degrading comments toward women and minorities, which it said show “a stunning lack of human decency.”


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/a ... 24a52d2b7437?section=&%27

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Re: Crash on Jersey Ave, Friday Night Aug 5
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On_The_3rd wrote:
Another crash this morning, Jersey and 3rd.


Jersey City got lucky no pedestrians were injured in this accident, considering all the foot traffic generated by the grocery store, the laundromat and the Citibike rack all at that corner. It's time for the city to install a stop signs on Jersey Ave at 3rd to slow the drag race between Newark ave and the tunnel.

Posted on: Today 10:02
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Re: Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say
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Wow, if you have too much dirt to run as Gov of NJ, you know it must be bad.

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Re: Crash on Jersey Ave, Friday Night Aug 5
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Massive speed bumps. Not sure if it reduces speeding, but it will definitely reduce your car if you do.


On Columbus or Grand? No.


It would be hilarious, not to mention a boost to the local economy of your neighborhood auto shops.

As for police enforcement, it usually takes a tragedy for that to happen, like that piece of human garbage who mowed down two kids in Union City, JCPD did nothing on JFK in JC. Cops on Kennedy started ticketing for a few months then it's back to usual.


Hilarious indeed.


Sadly, not true in JC at all. The enforcement only ramped up in Union City, JCPD did nothing. We've been fighting for more enforcement on JC's JFK Blvd (which the CITY, not the County is indeed responsible for) for over FOUR YEARS now since our neighbor Steven Clifford was killed by an off duty cop going 60 mph, at JFK/Fairmount. NOTHING. Even Fulop, who committed to attend a public meeting about enforcement and around who's calendar we set the the meeting and the Freeholder arranged all this with him, STOOD US UP. No apology, no rescheduling, no sending any delegate in his place who could help.

We to get together city-wide as residents and PUSH him hard. I suggest we all tweet @stevenfulop anytime we see reckless driving or feel unsafe as pedestrians/cyclists and BE SURE to include #jcmakeityours in your tweet (and add #jcmakeitsafe if you have room left). Yes, we need to do way more than this and get organized, however, starting the public image pressure and keeping that up might help and its not hard to do.

Who's in?

Posted on: Today 9:55
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Re: Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say
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What will all the muppets around here parrot now that Fulop isn't running for governor?

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Re: HELP #Baonanas Banana Pudding Move Into A Better Kitchen!
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what does pudding have to do with Bao?

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Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say
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Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
on September 28, 2016 at 9:20 AM, updated September 28, 2016 at 9:29 AM

JERSEY CITY — Mayor Steve Fulop will announce this afternoon that he will not seek the Democratic nomination for governor next year, sources have told The Jersey Journal.

The sources also say Fulop will throw his support behind Phil Murphy, a former Goldman Sachs executive and former U.S. ambassador who announced his gubernatorial run in May.


http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... n.html#incart_2box_hudson

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Re: Crash on Jersey Ave, Friday Night Aug 5
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Another crash this morning, Jersey and 3rd.

Posted on: Today 9:10
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Re: General MD and Dermatologist Suggestions?
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Looking for a local dermatologist, either downtown or in Hoboken. I of course can see the list of providers on my insurance website but would love recommendations of who you are happy with.

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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Comrades/Trump supporters, the Russian Federation is ga ga over Trump. Trump won the online post debate poll 99-1!
http://www.pravdareport.com


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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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JCMan8 wrote:
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manu wrote:
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JCMan8 wrote:
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manu wrote:
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JCMan8 wrote:
Trump has raised more than $13 million since the debate.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/ ... ion-in-past-24-hours.html


Impressive number but he has raised this amount in the last 24 hours, not since the debate...
Is taking liberty with facts and exaggerations contagious among Trump supporters?


My fault, he's actually raised $18 million since the debate.

You might want to re-read the link, as it has been edited to provide the correct numbers.


Please. That was not the number when you quoted the article, prior to being updated.
Look at the name of the html file in the URL:trump-campaign-has-raised-more-than-13-million-in-past-24-hours.html

You have no shame...


You seem to have difficulty reading, so I will repeat what I said. The link was edited to reflect the most recent information.

And since you admitted $13 million was an impressive number, I'm sure you are even more impressed by the $18 million that he just raised.


Sure. As your initial post shows, I am clearly the one with reading comprehension...


Posted on: Today 7:49
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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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At least this thread has less racist comments than the others.

Ultimately, the debate showed us that one person is your typical stalwart politician to will protect the status quo and try to keep things on a slow and steady course, on that could be hampered by a downturn in the economy. The other person was shown to be someone with lofty ideas and with statements that truly aren't based in reality.

Partisan lines are set. There is no such thing as the "undecided voter." The only thing many are undecided enough is whether they can hold their nose and vote Hillary when they really don't want to. I don't think the debate settled that decision all that much. Trump won't win, but it'll remain close because of this.



Or vote for Trump... especially if your definition of status quo means protecting the democrat/republican Washington power base and more bad government.

Struggle as he did communicating his points to the uninformed voter, people see the impact of illegal migration, the bubble economy (inc, TPP which she will sign) and national security (FBI/HoS just testified yesterday, expect more terror attacks).

Let's wait and see how people react to the next email drops.

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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Agent orange sounded like he scored a huge bag of cocaine, on Ocean ave he never answered a question and he kept yelling and sniffing. Terrible candidate, just terrible.

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The reality is who do you want to see or hear for four years on your tube I think most Americans have already made that choice. I know I have.

Posted on: Today 7:31
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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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At least this thread has less racist comments than the others.

Ultimately, the debate showed us that one person is your typical stalwart politician to will protect the status quo and try to keep things on a slow and steady course, on that could be hampered by a downturn in the economy. The other person was shown to be someone with lofty ideas and with statements that truly aren't based in reality.

Partisan lines are set. There is no such thing as the "undecided voter." The only thing many are undecided enough is whether they can hold their nose and vote Hillary when they really don't want to. I don't think the debate settled that decision all that much. Trump won't win, but it'll remain close because of this.

Posted on: Today 7:18
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Blow to Jersey City Ordinance Requiring PLAs on Privately Funded Projects in Exchange for Abatements
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Third Circuit Deals Blow to Jersey City Ordinance Requiring PLAs on Privately Funded Projects in Exchange for Tax Abatements


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Re: Lead in Water - Replacing Lead Water Service Line
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Had our lead line replace last year by E & V Dirt Works, L.L.C. from Little Falls, NJ. Supply lines is all they do and they did a quick and good job. 6k or 7k and for near side of the street.

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Re: HELP #Baonanas Banana Pudding Move Into A Better Kitchen!
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There's always money in the banana stand.

Best of luck

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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manu wrote:
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JCMan8 wrote:
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manu wrote:
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JCMan8 wrote:
Trump has raised more than $13 million since the debate.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/ ... ion-in-past-24-hours.html


Impressive number but he has raised this amount in the last 24 hours, not since the debate...
Is taking liberty with facts and exaggerations contagious among Trump supporters?


My fault, he's actually raised $18 million since the debate.

You might want to re-read the link, as it has been edited to provide the correct numbers.


Please. That was not the number when you quoted the article, prior to being updated.
Look at the name of the html file in the URL:trump-campaign-has-raised-more-than-13-million-in-past-24-hours.html

You have no shame...


You seem to have difficulty reading, so I will repeat what I said. The link was edited to reflect the most recent information.

And since you admitted $13 million was an impressive number, I'm sure you are even more impressed by the $18 million that he just raised.

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Re: Roofer left job half-done. Not answering phone
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Get some insurance to protect your contents within the property ... At least then, your stuff is 'protected' if the tarp flies off or it starts to leak ... place your most expensive out of date electrical item on the floor directly under the tarp to get some new gear if the worst was to happen

Posted on: Yesterday 23:39
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Re: Roofer left job half-done. Not answering phone
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I don't know what other recourse you can have with S&S other than what people have already said, but my standard response to installer questions is to look at the big box stores. See what home depot and lowes quote you at - if they'll even do the work because skylights are somewhat a rarity that they may not even have services for it.

At least you know they aren't going out of business any time soon

Posted on: Yesterday 23:03
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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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AlexC wrote:
if Trump becomes POTUS, we'll be the laughingstock of the entire planet and lose all credibility as a nation. that's something you cannot get back


I think Obama has reached that milestone first.

Posted on: Yesterday 22:55
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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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JCMan8 wrote:
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manu wrote:
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JCMan8 wrote:
Trump has raised more than $13 million since the debate.

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/ ... ion-in-past-24-hours.html


Impressive number but he has raised this amount in the last 24 hours, not since the debate...
Is taking liberty with facts and exaggerations contagious among Trump supporters?


My fault, he's actually raised $18 million since the debate.

You might want to re-read the link, as it has been edited to provide the correct numbers.


Please. That was not the number when you quoted the article, prior to being updated.
Look at the name of the html file in the URL:trump-campaign-has-raised-more-than-13-million-in-past-24-hours.html

You have no shame...

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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AlexC wrote:
There is a real cost associated with this possibility. For one thing, the financial markets value stability, opinions matter and translate to decisions where institutions invest their money. Trump is unpredictable.


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135jc wrote:
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AlexC wrote:
if Trump becomes POTUS, we'll be the laughingstock of the entire planet and lose all credibility as a nation. that's something you cannot get back


America nedds to focus on its problems at home and not on what other countries think.


LOL, way to parrot what the oligarchs have signaled to scare people into keeping the corrupt status quo in place.

Interest rates have been set artificially low and will need to be raised soon anyway. That will have a bigger impact on the markets than Trump.

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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AlexC wrote:
There is a real cost associated with this possibility. For one thing, the financial markets value stability, opinions matter and translate to decisions where institutions invest their money. Trump is unpredictable.


Quote:

135jc wrote:
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AlexC wrote:
if Trump becomes POTUS, we'll be the laughingstock of the entire planet and lose all credibility as a nation. that's something you cannot get back


America nedds to focus on its problems at home and not on what other countries think.




The markets have been artificially supported by a low interest rates. This is not an accomplishment of the Obama administration. They need to be raised it is impossible to build wealth in this environment.

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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There is a real cost associated with this possibility. For one thing, the financial markets value stability, opinions matter and translate to decisions where institutions invest their money. Trump is unpredictable.


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135jc wrote:
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AlexC wrote:
if Trump becomes POTUS, we'll be the laughingstock of the entire planet and lose all credibility as a nation. that's something you cannot get back


America nedds to focus on its problems at home and not on what other countries think.

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Re: 9th and Coles Tavern closing. Last day party is Friday 9/30
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There was always some cause behind 9C, this is one of the reasons 9C has retained the community support. Whether it was the best business decision traffic wise, you can always argue about it. What matter is that Tony and Greg made their marks in the hearts of many in the Hamilton Park community and beyond, in the same way Maggie did with the Hamilton Pale House in her time. These friendships will endure. They will be missed for sure..., here. Their sanctuary is always open for a visit as part of a stay at their Wattle Inn in Broome near Middleburgh, and I look forward to get there for skying at Windham in the winter.

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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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Quote:

AlexC wrote:
if Trump becomes POTUS, we'll be the laughingstock of the entire planet and lose all credibility as a nation. that's something you cannot get back


America nedds to focus on its problems at home and not on what other countries think.

Posted on: Yesterday 21:59
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