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Re: Jersey City to restructure police department for first time in two decades
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Keeping it classy, as usual! :)


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JCman24 wrote:
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rescuelife wrote:
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JCman24 wrote:
Can there be just one thread on this site that isn't immediately taken wildly off topic by the local wingnuts? Just one? Please?


not until she is committed unfortunately. Although father time is not exactly on her side.


I was mostly talking about Monroe, but Yvonne seems to have outdone him. I hope Monroe's actuarials are similar though.

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Re: Jersey City to restructure police department for first time in two decades
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rescuelife wrote:
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JCman24 wrote:
Can there be just one thread on this site that isn't immediately taken wildly off topic by the local wingnuts? Just one? Please?


not until she is committed unfortunately. Although father time is not exactly on her side.


I was mostly talking about Monroe, but Yvonne seems to have outdone him. I hope Monroe's actuarials are similar though.

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Re: Halloween 2014... What's happening where?
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kimmygo wrote:
Related, but unrelated. What time does trick or treating usually start in JC? It's my first year with a kid.
since it's a weekday, most will be out starting at 5, but some will get an early start. If it were a weekend, it would start at noon, which is kind of a bummer for the kids that wait until sundown, because there's often no candy left by then.

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Re: Halloween 2014... What's happening where?
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On_The_3rd wrote:
For those of you who have gone to The Ghost of Uncle Joe Fundraiser, what is the setup like?

Do the bands perform inside or outside?

Is there food/beer available?

I checked out the FB page but couldn't find a whole lot of details other than it looks to draw a pretty decent sized crowd.
It's in the cemetery, and it's an outdoor stage (there's no "inside" at the cemetery). There is food and beer, and it's always an awesome time, I definitely recommend going! And lots of people wear costumes but it's not required.

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Re: CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in US
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Old-Skool-JC wrote:
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nyrgravey9 wrote:

Monroe, you so stoopit. Ebola is whitey's plot to make up for what crack didn't accomplish. Duh!

(Psst, to the sensitive types...that's a joke!)


I see you are now pre-emptively labelling your inanity a joke after I owned you into pretending your similar comments on the Newark Ave building thread were in jest.


If that paltry asinine rebuttal you had back then makes you happy, run with it. My comments are a direct reflection of your stupidity in these discussions (I'm rubber, your glue, blah blah blah).

If you're too stupid to see and recognize sarcasm, you really should just go play in traffic now, Mr. Kill Whitey.

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Re: Jersey City to restructure police department for first time in two decades
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JCman24 wrote:
Can there be just one thread on this site that isn't immediately taken wildly off topic by the local wingnuts? Just one? Please?


not until she is committed unfortunately. Although father time is not exactly on her side.

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Re: Halloween 2014... What's happening where?
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For those of you who have gone to The Ghost of Uncle Joe Fundraiser, what is the setup like?

Do the bands perform inside or outside?

Is there food/beer available?

I checked out the FB page but couldn't find a whole lot of details other than it looks to draw a pretty decent sized crowd.

Posted on: Today 13:43
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Re: Jersey City to restructure police department for first time in two decades
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The discussion of salaries was part of Shea's remarks, it should have been in the story. What I am hearing, let's attack the messenger. By the way, the caucus meeting will eventually be on the city's web site.

Posted on: Today 13:29
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Re: Muhammed Akil, All white people have a little Hilter in them
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Old-Skool-JC wrote:
...I too would have posted twice in my giddy, smug, inconsequential point-scoring delight.



Actually, can we get webbie to start a karma point score on here? that would be fun. I'd love to be able to upvote and downvote some posts here.

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Re: Medical records of 40,000 patients stolen from Jersey City doctor's office, police say
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user1111 wrote:
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user1111 wrote:


Quraishi told police the majority of the records contained personal information, including social security numbers, dates of birth, home addresses and medical histories of each patient, according to the report.

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Why would you give your SS# to the doctor? I have never done that.


http://patients.about.com/od/costscon ... /f/doctorsrequestssns.htm

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Re: Medical records of 40,000 patients stolen from Jersey City doctor's office, police say
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cheap ass should have paid up and stored the records in a secure site.

Posted on: Today 13:19
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Hundreds wait on line for chance at low-income housing in Hoboken...
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Kathryn Brenzel | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com

HOBOKEN — Hundreds of people lined up in Hoboken Wednesday morning, some having stayed overnight, for a chance to get low-income housing in the city and in Weehawken.

City police estimated that roughly 800 to 1000 people were waiting outside the Hoboken Elks Club on Wednesday morning to apply for the Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, a rental assistance program available to certain low-income families. Applied Housing Management Co. on Wednesday opened up its waiting list for housing in privately owned buildings in Weehawken and Hoboken.

The line started at 1005 Washington Street, curved down 11th Street and then along Hudson Street, where it looped back up toward 10th Street. Some people had been waiting in line since Tuesday afternoon, braving the rain and the cold overnight to get on the company's waiting list.

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Re: Medical records of 40,000 patients stolen from Jersey City doctor's office, police say
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user1111 wrote:


Quraishi told police the majority of the records contained personal information, including social security numbers, dates of birth, home addresses and medical histories of each patient, according to the report.

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Why would you give your SS# to the doctor? I have never done that.

Posted on: Today 13:14
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Medical records of 40,000 patients stolen from Jersey City doctor's office, police say
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Patrick Villanova | The Jersey Journal

Thousands of patients of a Jersey City doctor are vulnerable to identity theft after police say their medical records were stolen from a storage shed at the doctor's office earlier this week.

Dr. Nisar A. Quraishi, an internist with an office at 1 Chopin Court, told police Tuesday night that he was contacted by a resident of the neighborhood and notified that his storage shed door was open, according to a police report.

Quraishi arrived at his office at 5 p.m. Tuesday and found that both latches on the shed door had been cut with an unknown cutting tool. When he entered the shed, Quraishi immediately noticed all of the medical records of patients he had treated between 1982 and 2009 -- and may still be treating -- had been stolen, the report stated.

Quraishi told police the majority of the records contained personal information, including social security numbers, dates of birth, home addresses and medical histories of each patient, according to the report.

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Re: CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in US
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nyrgravey9 wrote:

Monroe, you so stoopit. Ebola is whitey's plot to make up for what crack didn't accomplish. Duh!

(Psst, to the sensitive types...that's a joke!)


I see you are now pre-emptively labelling your inanity a joke after I owned you into pretending your similar comments on the Newark Ave building thread were in jest.

Posted on: Today 12:43
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Re: Jersey City, Conrail reach deal transform ugly trestle graffiti into 'welcome to' murals
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neverleft wrote:
There is an unbelievable mural painted on the cement railroad trestle at Barbara Place and Grand Street. (towards Center St) Saw it this morning and was blown away.

It is a painting of an Indian Chief on a black background. The painter is named SUE.

Go check it out or maybe someone can post a picture of it here.

If anyone tags their name on that work of art they are not human. That’s goes for you “D-BAG”.


Sick! One of the hottest I seen.

Posted on: Today 12:16
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Re: Jersey City, Conrail reach deal transform ugly trestle graffiti into 'welcome to' murals
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This City of Jersey City press release (pdf) has a drawing of the mural I mentioned in the below post by Sue One. It looks great in person.

http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/uploa ... ses/Trestles%20Murals.pdf

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Posted on: Today 12:08
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Re: Vendors/Artists wanted! OctoberPHest Street Festival - 10/25
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Filipino BBQ Shish Kabobs, Bubble tea, break dancers, arts, crafts, and, of course, the cool stores of the Downtown SID!

Posted on: Today 12:00
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Re: possible to get prepaid bus tickets on jitneys?
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CantUseMy wrote:
They sell the discounted tickets at Port Authority at the window. Right when you go up the stairs from Gate 51, to your left, the very last window. It has limited hours.

Tickets are $2.50, non-refundable and are good for two weeks. They can be used on the Gate 51 buses only.


That is $2.50 per trip, about the same as NJT. Unlike NJT monthly passes, which can be used on any NJT bus, you are limited to only the Gate 51 busses. They do not issue transfers should you need to make a connection nor do they offer senior discounts. The buses are dirty & many fail on the spot inspections for little things like brakes, insurance, improperly licensed drivers. But to each his own.


You are lumping a legitimate licensed transportation company that operates out of Port Authority in with people who buy a van and drive around picking up fares.

The Gate 51 buses are all Community Lines buses and are all properly insured, inspected, etc. Port Authority would not allow them to operate from the building otherwise.

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Re: Tenant's Rights
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It's a CALENDAR month notice in NJ, not 30 days.

30 days is a banking or business month, which is why you don't pay less rent in February (28 or 29 days) or more in December (31 days) than you do in April (30 days).

An October 1st notice would have given you a November 1st vacate date. A October 2nd or later notice would have given you a November 30th vacate date if he or she wants to be a stickler.

The landlord must make a good faith effort to re-rent the apartment. If he takes a few days to repaint or make a couple of repairs it won't count against him, but there is nothing stopping him from advertising the apartment before and during that time. He doesn't get to sit back and not do anything to mitigate his potential loss. If he fails to do that, it will count against him with a residential tenant. Commercial tenants, it depends, but residential tenants ... absolutely.

Take lots of photos when you move out to prove the condition of the apartment.


Posted on: Today 11:17
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Re: CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in US
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Nah, since ebola doesn't discriminate it should properly be set up in the most diverse city in NJ!

Posted on: Today 11:17
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Montclair woman is carjacked outside iconic Jersey City Heights eatery
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Ron Zeitlinger | The Jersey Journal

A Montclair woman who had stopped at a popular Jersey City fast food joint Monday night was carjacked, authorities said.

The 41-year-old woman had just come out of the White Mana diner at Tonnelle and Manhattan avenues at 10:30 p.m. when she was approached by a man in the parking lot, a Jersey City police report said.

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Posted on: Today 11:16
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Re: CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in US
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Old-Skool-JC wrote:
Maybe Christie should close New Jersey's borders.


I'd rather see NJ open a dedicated infectious diseases unit away from densely populated areas. How about a quarantine center in Milburn or Short Hills?

Posted on: Today 11:00
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Re: Jersey City to restructure police department for first time in two decades
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JCman24 wrote:
Can there be just one thread on this site that isn't immediately taken wildly off topic by the local wingnuts? Just one? Please?

No.

Posted on: Today 10:39
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Re: CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in US
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At no point was the bridge closed, and besides, after millions of taxpayer money wasted by Whizzy and Whiney, there is no proof but the truth he didn't know anything about the couple of orange cones anyway.

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Old-Skool-JC wrote:
I think he does, or his close buddies at PA can. They shut a bridge for him.
It doesn't matter anyway, there's no way this guy has Ebola. Nobody is at risk, but people are making money from it, just like post 9-11 security, the prison industry and Y2k. They distract you with phantom enemies and rob your pockets.

Posted on: Today 10:32
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Re: Free Daffodils for JC residents from the Jersey City Parks Coalition-Big Dig 2014
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gutloo wrote:
Hello Parkman,

Hope you're doing well. I got 50 bulbs on Sunday & I wanted to know if I can get any help or advice on planting them. I saw the info & video in the BIGDIG email & googled about daffodils but given the plethora of info & options, I'm confused about where I should plant the bulbs.

I wanted to plant them next a tree outside the apartment but I'm unsure if that's a good idea. Will continuous dog pee kill the bulbs & flowers? How can I determine if the soil will be a good match for the daffodil bulbs? I'm afraid I'm running out of time & so I was just thinking of buying pots for the bulbs but then again I'm unsure about the pot dimensions, material,soil type, fertilizer, number of bulbs in each pot. But then I'm concerned that if I pot them then they won't "bloom for years" & maybe there's a better chance of them blooming if I plant them in the ground?

I'm sorry if my questions sound really stupid. I just want to do this right. Can't wait to plant the bulbs & see them bloom into flowers!
Hi Gutloo,

First of all, thank you for participating in the Jersey City Park Coalition’s fourth annual “Big Dig “ event. It’s not too late for others to join as well as we have about 15,000 bulbs left of 91,000 to give away free this Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday. Please check out our home page at www. jcparks.org for locations and times.

To answer your question, these bulbs are of very high quality and are a “naturalizing” variety, which means they will come back each year if planted and maintained properly…they will also multiply. They will do best in the ground, in a deep planter or window box, small pots are not adequate. Any good soil will work; they are not fussy about light (though not complete shade), and with average watering, They may be planted in a tree pit as long as you can get enough room around the tree’s roots….we did this on the perimeter of Van Vorst Park. I you do use a tree pit, I suggest that you plant away from the curb in order to avoid the salt from the street during winter. Unless dog pee is the only source of liquid the bulbs get, that shouldn’t be a problem, although it would be better without that kind of moisture.

In order to have them come back strong each year and help them multiply, you must remove the seed head after flowering, which will direct the energy of the plant back into the bulb instead of the seedpod. Do not remove the leaves until they start to turn yellow, which may be a month or so, then cut them to the ground.

Hope this is not too much info, but if you follow the above you’ll have years of healthy daffodils. Thanks for adding to our 138,000 already in the ground, and for helping to make Jersey City a little more beautiful in the spring.

parkman

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Re: CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in US
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Monroe wrote:
He doesn't have the ability to close down international airports, otherwise he'd be smart to do so for people who have visited the western Africa countries afflicted with Ebola.


Monroe, you so stoopit. Ebola is whitey's plot to make up for what crack didn't accomplish. Duh!

(Psst, to the sensitive types...that's a joke!)

Posted on: Today 10:12
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Re: Muhammed Akil, All white people have a little Hilter in them
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Crickets from you regarding how you gave Fulop two checks and 4 months into his term registered the name sameastheoldboss, then waited a year to post.

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sameastheoldboss wrote:
Crickets

Posted on: Today 10:04
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Re: CDC confirms first Ebola case diagnosed in US
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I think he does, or his close buddies at PA can. They shut a bridge for him.
It doesn't matter anyway, there's no way this guy has Ebola. Nobody is at risk, but people are making money from it, just like post 9-11 security, the prison industry and Y2k. They distract you with phantom enemies and rob your pockets.

Posted on: Today 10:00
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Re: Jersey City to restructure police department for first time in two decades
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Maise wrote:
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Yvonne wrote:
I went to the caucus meeting when Shea presented his organization plan. The starting salaries for new hires will drop to $37,000 but in ten years, they will be making $100,000. There are officers on the payroll at 20 years service who makes that now. I wish that information was in the JJ story.


Your comment is meaningless without context. What is the total salary of a typical officer (in terms of, pension, benefits and base pay) over the expected employment period in the new structure and the older structure? Who cares what an officer is making 10 years into their job. I care about what they will cost the city over their entire career, including pension.

Is this information available anywhere?


Shea did not give me the same paper info that he gave the council. But the pubic can hear comments, those were his comments at the caucus. The city is at fault for not making that information public. I am not the city. I mention this because, it was not in the reporter's story. Your argument is not with me, it is with the city. Ask them to make that information public.

Posted on: Today 9:17
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