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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Ha ha ha! You are so pitiful sometimes... 6 links to accidents over a 20 year span. Meanwhile, EVERY DAY there are car accidents, and often serious injuries and even deaths from those accidents. Where is your rage at the carnage heaped upon innocent victims and unsuspecting drivers, cyclists, pedestrians, motorcyclists, etc at the hands of careless drivers, drunks, etc?? Why not ban any and all motor vehicles?

Your irrational fear of a minuscule risk is downright laughable.

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Re: Good Thai Food
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From :Nana Thai on Central Ave

Gang Paa Curry (Jungle Curry) - One of the spiciest southern Thai curries.

Food is worth a try and they will accommodate dishes not on the menu like "Pad Sator"


Mmmm, looks good, making my mouth water. Maybe I'll raid my stash of MAMA brand Shrimp flavor Tom Yum ramen. Thin sliced onions, an egg, and fresh cilantro make it shine. Best soup is the one you've got in front of you...

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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They have to ban joy riding small planes and helicopters from the dense urban areas - this was a flight school -- and Airshows are even worse


Instances like this cause an overaction. For 40 yrs prior to 9-11 guns were permitted in the cockpits of planes. Then they weren't and everyone knows what happened next

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Manhattan Plane Crash Kills Yankee Pitcher

Okay, and...?

That's one small-plane crash over 10 years ago. That sounds like the definition of "rare."

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Manhattan Plane Crash Kills Yankee Pitcher

New York Times
OCT. 12, 2006

Firefighters looked at the wreckage of the plane that crashed into a building on East 72nd Street, rattling nerves all over the Upper East Side with unwelcome reminders of other planes and other buildings.

A single-engine plane carrying the Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle smashed into a 42-story building on the Upper East Side yesterday, killing Mr. Lidle and his flight instructor, the authorities said.

The afternoon crash beneath overcast skies sent debris clattering hundreds of feet to the sidewalk and started a fire that destroyed several apartments and left a charred smudge on the face of the building.

Fourteen firefighters and four people in the building were injured, officials said, including a woman who had been in an apartment hit squarely by the plane and escaped the inferno, suffering burns.

The plane left Teterboro, in Bergen County, at 2:29 p.m., officials said.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/12/nyregion/12crash.html

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2006 lol

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Re: Piper PA-28 Plane was type that crashed in Bayonne
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A small single -engine plane identified by the FAA as Piper PA-28 aircraft crashed at around 10am on a beautiful Sunday morning in Bayonne, NJ.

http://riverviewobserver.net/2017/02/ ... -e-in-bayonne-new-jersey/


Newsboi, Newsboi, Newsboi,

You need to put these articles in the thread that is already started on this subject. You don't start a new thread each time the Riverview Observer publishes a story. I know there's a learning curve here, but can you try a little harder, please?

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Manhattan Plane Crash Kills Yankee Pitcher

New York Times
OCT. 12, 2006

Firefighters looked at the wreckage of the plane that crashed into a building on East 72nd Street, rattling nerves all over the Upper East Side with unwelcome reminders of other planes and other buildings.

A single-engine plane carrying the Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle smashed into a 42-story building on the Upper East Side yesterday, killing Mr. Lidle and his flight instructor, the authorities said.

The afternoon crash beneath overcast skies sent debris clattering hundreds of feet to the sidewalk and started a fire that destroyed several apartments and left a charred smudge on the face of the building.

Fourteen firefighters and four people in the building were injured, officials said, including a woman who had been in an apartment hit squarely by the plane and escaped the inferno, suffering burns.

The plane left Teterboro, in Bergen County, at 2:29 p.m., officials said.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/10/12/nyregion/12crash.html

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Re: Is Street Sweeping back this Presidents Day - Monday 2/20/17
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ASP rules are suspended, but garbage pickup is on a regular schedule.

https://twitter.com/JCParking/status/833436158109556736

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Piper PA-28 Plane was type that crashed in Bayonne
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A small single -engine plane identified by the FAA as Piper PA-28 aircraft crashed at around 10am on a beautiful Sunday morning in Bayonne, NJ.

http://riverviewobserver.net/2017/02/ ... -e-in-bayonne-new-jersey/

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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They have to ban joy riding small planes and helicopters from the dense urban areas - this was a flight school -- and Airshows are even worse


You are the biggest Chicken Little on JClist. Shit happens and you freak out whether it's statistically significant or not.

Do you ever ride an in a car? Cars are many times more dangerous than flying. Where's your movement to ban cars?

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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They have to ban joy riding small planes and helicopters from the dense urban areas - this was a flight school -- and Airshows are even worse

Yeah... no

Crashes in urban areas are exceedingly rare. Small planes are not a serious threat to safety.

I mean, really. Before this, when was the last time a small private plane crashed in Hudson County?

We can do more to make private flights safer, but banning flights over urban areas is completely unrealistic, and not a helpful suggestion.


Luckily, smarter people with more command of common sense and logic are actually in charge and people like GrovePath will continue to whine and complain to no avail.

General aviation has a long, rich history, and it is one of the great privileges of our country. it is also a very important cog in local and regional economies.

It is unfortunate that an accident happened, but it was just that: an accident. Those who call for planes and helicopters to be banned because of the potential risk of accidents are the ultimate hypocrites: cars (and their drivers) are much more likely to be involved in accidents, and do cause daily damage and losses, of both property and life. By their logic, all cars should be banned.

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Re: Good Thai Food
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From :Nana Thai on Central Ave

Gang Paa Curry (Jungle Curry) - One of the spiciest southern Thai curries.

Food is worth a try and they will accommodate dishes not on the menu like "Pad Sator"

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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They have to ban joy riding small planes and helicopters from the dense urban areas - this was a flight school -- and Airshows are even worse

Yeah... no

Crashes in urban areas are exceedingly rare. Small planes are not a serious threat to safety.

I mean, really. Before this, when was the last time a small private plane crashed in Hudson County?

We can do more to make private flights safer, but banning flights over urban areas is completely unrealistic, and not a helpful suggestion.

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2 Shot - Bergen & Clendenny 6pm 2/19
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By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on February 19, 2017 at 7:43 PM, updated February 19, 2017 at 8:19 PM

Two people were injured in a shooting on Bergen Avenue Sunday evening.

The shooting was reported at about 6 p.m. near Clendenny Avenue. Both victims, a man and woman in their 20s, were transported to Jersey City Medical Center for treatment, according to police sources with knowledge of the investigation.

It's unclear the extent of their injuries. Officials could not immediately provide information.

At the scene, detectives canvassed the area with at least eight evidence markers lining the sidewalk outside a home.

More

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Re: Gardeners in Jersey City, I have questions...
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They always say to plant your peas on St. Patrick's Day...usually works for me. I think our last frost date is supposedly mid-April, although I second what one of the other responders said in that climate change may have wrecked havoc with the dates we have usually used.


When I tried it they rotted in the ground. I haven't tried again as early but I've also chitted them since, soaked them then planted as they start to sprout. I've never tried a fall crop but keep meaning to.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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President Trump ripped into the fake news media and invited a huge supporter on stage. Very high energy rally!!


The guy is a liar yet says "fake news" anytime he hears something he doesn't like. Keep defending everything he does, it's hilarious.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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President Trump ripped into the fake news media and invited a huge supporter on stage. Very high energy rally!!


LOL

You're so pathetic and sad.

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Re: Gardeners in Jersey City, I have questions...
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They always say to plant your peas on St. Patrick's Day...usually works for me. I think our last frost date is supposedly mid-April, although I second what one of the other responders said in that climate change may have wrecked havoc with the dates we have usually used.

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Small plane crashes on Avenue E Bayonne photos
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A small plane crashed on a beautiful Sunday morning in Bayonne, NJ.

The pilot unidentified at this time told officials he began experiencing problems and losing control of the plane near the Statue of Liberty while flying North he decided to try and land the aircraft on Avenue E in Bayonne.
http://riverviewobserver.net/2017/02/ ... -e-in-bayonne-new-jersey/

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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They have to ban joy riding small planes and helicopters from the dense urban areas - this was a flight school -- and Airshows are even worse

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Re: One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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nj.com photos and story links.....wow

Small plane crashes in Bayonne neighborhood

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... 2box_nj-homepage-featured

Residents flock to scene of small aircraft crash in Bayonne (PHOTOS)

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ne.html#incart_river_home

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Re: Required in unit building inspection notices around 07302, what gives?
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Curious - Are there any exemptions, i.e., for smaller (2 or 3-unit) condos?

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One of those sightseeing planes crashed in Bayonne today.
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I watched the all of the presidental debates. I wanted to see if the media would bring up questions concerning statements made by Clinton on religion. None of the debates asked the question on faith considering Clinton said in April 2015 that people have to stop believing in their religion, it is bias. That question should been asked by Clinton on what she means by bias. I saw the video when she was speaking. I feel the media was covering up for her. I had no problem with them attacking Trump, so yes, the media does have a bias.


Melania started tonight's rally by reciting the Lord's Prayer. Think Hillary would have ever done that?[/quote


8 yrs ago she would have. Not today

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Is Street Sweeping back this Presidents Day - Monday 2/20/17
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I can't find it on the web -- anyone know if Street Sweeping is back this Presidents Day - Monday 2/20/17

Thanks

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Re: Good Thai Food
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brewster wrote:

Lucky you! My wife has tried but can't quite nail it.


My wife likes Isaan (eastern region of Thailand) food, which tends to be too spicy for many Westerners. We generally go out for it as she doesn't know how to make it. There is a place in Manhattan she likes called 'Larb Ubol'. Another she heard is good is called 'Somtum Der' around Avenue A.

Some of the best Thai food I got is when I went took her and her family to South Thailand. The family ordered traditional Southern Thai off the menu. Incredibly rich and spicy dishes. We also stopped at a place in Surat Thani that had incredible seafood.


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Re: Required in unit building inspection notices around 07302, what gives?
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Do you have a backyard light?


No exterior violations. I have a high pressure sodium light on a photocell for the back (lights up the parking area).

Unfortunately, I got called into the office by my project manager so I wasn't there for the walk-thru. I am going to have to write to Dept. of Community Affairs to get an explanation.

I think one of the light 'violations' is for having a florescent tube light fixture in one apartment that doesn't have a cover. The tenant has never cared about it and it doesn't cause any harm. I can't get a cover for it (not made anymore), so I was planning to put in a new fixture when the tenant moves out. Looks like I might have to do that sooner.

The tile thing annoys me because now I have to replace it with tiles that won't match.

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Re: Good Thai Food
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If any of you plebs actually want to try some real deal:




Khao Gang

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Re: Good Thai Food
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MDM wrote:
I am lucky in this regard. If I want authentic Thai food I just let my wife cook. She makes a really good Pad Thai and fried pork belly.


Lucky you! My wife has tried but can't quite nail it. I think she's reluctant to use enough fish sauce and lime. I've nailed a great Thai recipe for steamed fish with cilantro, jalapeno, garlic, ginger, fish sauce and lime. Just thinking of it makes my mouth water.

Bad as some of the Thai is around here, it's better than most of the country. I had a Nur Yum in Oregon that was so pathetic. My gold standard was the place at Bayard & Baxter where it was real sliced steak.

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