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Re: The loud motorcycle tearing through Downtown this morning
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Yeah, riding a loud motorcycle at 3-4 am, while not illegal, is truly tasteless and extremely inconsiderate.

Regular city noise (sirens, etc) doesn't bother me much, but inconsiderate and unnecessary city noise bothers me, like people who have their dogs in the dog park at 2 am, and allow the dogs to bark loudly. Motorcycle riding at 4 am would also fit into this category.

Posted on: 2011/6/6 9:56
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Re: Sean Connors
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DanL wrote:
Hoboken Councilman At-Large Rhavi Bhalla is running as an independent Democrat (off the HCDO line) in the 33rd District against Detective Connors.

Rhavi has a \"reformer\" record, worked on campaign finance reform and strong on policy and issues. He is committed to marriage equality as the leading civil rights issue right now and will continue to push it forward in NJ.

please learn more about his campaign here - http://bhallaforassembly.com/

also running in the primary election on June 7th are more than a hundred independent democratic party committee seat candidates also running off the HCDO line - many for the first time who need the support of their neighbors.

while primary elections in Hudson County usually appear to be a quid pro quo, this year you have a viable choice(s) in effort to make the local Democratic party work for local democrats.


Vote 6am to 8pm tomorrow.. Column D for committee persons supporting Councilman Fulop as Committee persons=\"Democrats for Jersey City\". We are running to be more active in our districts[I am running with Taryn Boland in Ward E, District 14 at Grace Church to help with your concerns, problems & suggestions. reach me at brightmoments@gmail.com]and to replace JCDO & HCDO members.

Posted on: 2011/6/6 9:53
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Re: The loud motorcycle tearing through Downtown this morning
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Jmiz, I find your view of suburbs vs city disturbing. So, in the suburbs people can complain if others do not respect others, but in the city we can't?
I have lived here for going on 10 years. I live on a very busy street. I do not complain about, and have gotten used to, the police sirens, ambulance sirens, garbage trucks, etc that cause city noise at night. In fact, I find it hard to sleep to silence now.
However, this is different.
In a city we should (and obviously this would be in an ideal situation) learn to live together, tolerate eachother and respect eachother due to our close quarters. I know this is not always possible, but I do believe in calling those out who do not.
One douchebag on this bike at 3:40 in the morning is different than regular city noise and should not be excused.
Perhaps suggest that the biker move to the suburbs instead, as he is not evolved enough to be aware of those around him and therefore unfit for city living.

Posted on: 2011/6/6 9:43
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Re: Park & Sixth Comfort Food on Grove Street
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Posted on: 2011/6/6 9:22
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Re: The loud motorcycle tearing through Downtown this morning
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Let's get this out of the way immediately...

Move to the suburbs!

Posted on: 2011/6/6 8:45
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The loud motorcycle tearing through Downtown this morning
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Like many downtowners, I was woken up at 3:40 this morning by an incredibly LOUD motorcycle tearing its way through the downtown streets! This happens so often and always around the same time. Its so inconsiderate! Its a horrible way to wake up and now I am sleeping in my coffee!
I tried to get a look at the dude as he idled at the corner of Monmouth and Bright for a VERY long time, but I couldn't see him. Anyone know any deets? Anyone want to unite on this?
Needless to say I am a little angry this morning...

Posted on: 2011/6/6 7:28
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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Beachguy wrote:
Wait. Bill O'Reilly ended the clip with saying she can be "tutored." In basic American History? When she learns to put a "g" at the end of every verb that ends with "ing" she might sound a little more credible....but I doubt it.





Yes it looks like she can be "tutored" to reach the stage of idiot at some distant point in time.




Posted on: 2011/6/6 0:42
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Re: Bike Tour of JC June 4
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VanVorster wrote:
Did they ever let the little girl finish riding who made it as far as Dickinson High School?


is that the little girl wearing an I-heart-Mama shirt, who fell off her pink bike? I saw her at the after-party, fully mended.

Posted on: 2011/6/6 0:34
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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Vigilante wrote:
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borisp wrote:
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Let me remind you the first statement made by Palin:

"...[Revere] warned the British that they wont going to be taking away our arms..."

Do you admit that this statement is true?



Okay, here goes. You are either really stupid or something is getting lost in translation. Perhaps if you are Russian then it is the latter. You are now desperately trying to put "lipstick on a pig" and you are failing miserably. Your attempts at gotcha with my statements are the funniest reach I've seen in a long time as you seem to have zero reading comprehension. I would suggest we all sit back and watch your screams of protest from a distance. It's getting sad really. I can see you now hopping up and down in front of your computer. "I'M RIGHT!!! I'M RIGHT!!!"


Yes, I know, I am an idiot. And a miserable failure.

Now, with that out of the way, I do not ask for much. You make statements, you should support them. And part of supporting is answering questions of your opponent.

My questions are 100% legitimate and reasonable, - if you claim that Palin was wrong, you should be able to indicate which part of her statement contains falsity. There is no gotchas in this question, there is no logical traps.

So, could you please answer two small simple questions. Consider statement: "...[Revere] warned the British that they wont going to be taking away our arms..."

1. Is this statement true or not?
2. If it is not true, what exactly is wrong in this statement.

Posted on: 2011/6/6 0:14
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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I'm not pro nor anti-Palin. The mainstream media, both republican (eg FOX) and democrat (Eg:CNN), paint Sarah Palin as part of the lunatic fringe of politics.

Palin has done nothing for me to prove FOX or CNN are wrong.

Posted on: 2011/6/5 22:59
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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You know what, I started writing a reply to many of boris' statements, but V, I think you nailed it. It wouldn't make a difference. All we would get is capitalized DAMN and BURN and whatnot comments.

To each their own and there is a reason for my signature line.

Posted on: 2011/6/5 22:53
- Never argue with an idiot. They bring you down to their level and then beat you with experience.
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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borisp wrote:
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Vigilante wrote:

Let me make it simple for you boris so you understand.


Translation: You finally realized that Paul Revere DID warn the British.

Good.

Now, before we move on to Revere's motivations, let's finish with what he did.

Let me remind you the first statement made by Palin:

"...[Revere] warned the British that they wont going to be taking away our arms..."

Do you admit that this statement is true?

If not, I would like an explanation of what is wrong with THIS statement.

P.S. If it helps you, you may call me names, and you may sound all superior like "hey, stupid boris, let me make it simple". It is ok. I understand. However, I would really like if you answer the question - about THIS statement. Not something else.


Okay, here goes. You are either really stupid or something is getting lost in translation. Perhaps if you are Russian then it is the latter. You are now desperately trying to put "lipstick on a pig" and you are failing miserably. Your attempts at gotcha with my statements are the funniest reach I've seen in a long time as you seem to have zero reading comprehension. I would suggest we all sit back and watch your screams of protest from a distance. It's getting sad really. I can see you now hopping up and down in front of your computer. "I'M RIGHT!!! I'M RIGHT!!!"

Posted on: 2011/6/5 22:38
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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brewster wrote:

V, give it up. There's simply no reasoning with a clown who's willing to say ""Earth revolves around the Sun" is only true in the system of reference tied to the Sun. In the system of reference tied to the Earth, it is the other way around."



THIS ! IS ! SO ! COOL !

Posted on: 2011/6/5 22:37
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Re: Bike Tour of JC June 4
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Yes many thanks to the organizers. I had an awesome time. Great weather, great organization, nice pace, good crowd. And my post ride lunch at the Krave Truck was great. Looking forward to more rides.

P.S. Did they ever let the little girl finish riding who made it as far as Dickinson High School?

Posted on: 2011/6/5 22:35
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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Quote:

Vigilante wrote:

Let me make it simple for you boris so you understand.


Translation: You finally realized that Paul Revere DID warn the British.

Good.

Now, before we move on to Revere's motivations, let's finish with what he did.

Let me remind you the first statement made by Palin:

"...[Revere] warned the British that they wont going to be taking away our arms..."

Do you admit that this statement is true?

If not, I would like an explanation of what is wrong with THIS statement.

P.S. If it helps you, you may call me names, and you may sound all superior like "hey, stupid boris, let me make it simple". It is ok. I understand. However, I would really like if you answer the question - about THIS statement. Not something else.

Posted on: 2011/6/5 22:26
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Re: Does anyone know about a recent sighting of a Loch Ness monster type of creature in New York Harbor?
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megan2681 wrote:
Myself, daughter and later some friends saw an aquatic bird that swims near the marina in Paulus Hook - he was all black with a long beak. He would swim underwater for at least 20 - 30 seconds (I think to get away from us).


Cormorant. Great fishers. West coast natives would put a ring around their neck so they couldn't swallow fish and train the birds to fish for them.

Your daughter might enjoy the book Island of the Blue Dolphins

Posted on: 2011/6/5 21:52
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Re: To the Douche who stole my flowers
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What block of Coles does this sociopath call home?

Posted on: 2011/6/5 21:46
"Someday a book will be written on how this city can be broke in the midst of all this development." ---Brewster

Oh, wait, there is one: The Jersey Sting.
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Re: To the Douche who stole my flowers
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I've never seen her but she like daisies a lot, and tall plants in particular. She doesn't take petunias, marigolds or snapdragons. Makes me want to sow my planters with fish hooks.

The only thing worse was when someone raided our peach trees before we had a gate and stole every last one. People suck.

Posted on: 2011/6/5 21:45
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Re: Does anyone know about a recent sighting of a Loch Ness monster type of creature in New York Harbor?
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Myself, daughter and later some friends saw an aquatic bird that swims near the marina in Paulus Hook - he was all black with a long beak. He would swim underwater for at least 20 - 30 seconds (I think to get away from us).

Posted on: 2011/6/5 21:34
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Contractor needed for deck rust
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Can anyone recommend a contractor for rust repair and painting of metal deck. 4 floor condo.

Thanks
J

Posted on: 2011/6/5 21:33
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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Vigilante wrote:
Palin was wrong and so you should really stop defending her stupidity because it drags you down with her.


V, give it up. There's simply no reasoning with a clown who's willing to say ""Earth revolves around the Sun" is only true in the system of reference tied to the Sun. In the system of reference tied to the Earth, it is the other way around."

This person is so immersed in the moral relativism of supporting an idiot with the politics he likes that he can't even see the absurdity, nay obscenity, of trying to apply the same to science. It would be hysterical if it wasn't so accepted by the right that truth is whatever they say it it (or are told it is), whether it's global warming or Obama's birthplace. It's a concerted campaign of dumbing down any discussion. Saying that whether the earth revolves around the sun is relative is little more than a crime against human enlightenment,and something that Jefferson, who Boris admires, would have roundly condemned. What next, let's round Pi to 3?

I just despair sometimes....

Posted on: 2011/6/5 21:24
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Re: JC Wine Shops
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I've walked into Madame Claude twice and was completely ignored. I heart Buy Rite. There is a woman who works the wine aisles who is so damn helpful. The prices there just cannot be beat.

Posted on: 2011/6/5 20:42
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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borisp wrote:
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Vigilante wrote:
Palin quoted from Foxnews today:

"Part of his ride was to warn the British that were already there. That, hey, you're not going to succeed. You're not going to take American arms. You are not going to beat our own well-armed persons, individual, private militia that we have," she added. "He did warn the British."


Wow, she even messed up the GOP designed defense of her original f**k up!!


Nope, there was no "original f**k up". Her original statement was factually true, as we saw confirmed by none other than Paul Revere himself.

Moreover, I asked anyone who thinks it was wrong, - to explain how exactly she was mistaken, - and you can't do that! With all your intellectual superiority, - you do not even know how to argue it!

Palin may be mistaken that warning the British was one of the goals of the ride. I've seen no indication that it was.

Even so, you are not the ones to criticize her.

She may not remember it perfectly, - but at least she did read more than any of you and learned that Paul Revere tried to warn the British off. You guys closed the book in the 4th grade and never ever read anything else.


P.S. Now you can again jump up and down and scream, and call her names, - but the facts remain facts.


Let me make it simple for you boris so you understand. Just for an example lets say you are in a gang. You find out that the rival gang is coming to beat your gang's ass. Your job is to go out and warn and rouse your fellow gang members but as you are doing so you run into some of the rival gang members. Very good chance they are now going to beat your ass so what do you do? A quick thinker might say something like "don't get any ideas fellas because my boys are about to come from around that corner". Might work and might buy you some time to escape. That is what Revere basically did. Do you understand? He was not out and about to intentionally warn the Brits. He was in deep sh^t so he tried a ploy. Palin was wrong and so you should really stop defending her stupidity because it drags you down with her.

Posted on: 2011/6/5 20:26
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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Wait. Bill O'Reilly ended the clip with saying she can be "tutored." In basic American History? When she learns to put a "g" at the end of every verb that ends with "ing" she might sound a little more credible....but I doubt it.

Posted on: 2011/6/5 20:03
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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Vigilante wrote:
Palin quoted from Foxnews today:

"Part of his ride was to warn the British that were already there. That, hey, you're not going to succeed. You're not going to take American arms. You are not going to beat our own well-armed persons, individual, private militia that we have," she added. "He did warn the British."


Wow, she even messed up the GOP designed defense of her original f**k up!!


Nope, there was no "original f**k up". Her original statement was factually true, as we saw confirmed by none other than Paul Revere himself.

Moreover, I asked anyone who thinks it was wrong, - to explain how exactly she was mistaken, - and you can't do that! With all your intellectual superiority, - you do not even know how to argue it!

Palin may be mistaken that warning the British was one of the goals of the ride. I've seen no indication that it was.

Even so, you are not the ones to criticize her.

She may not remember it perfectly, - but at least she did read more than any of you and learned that Paul Revere tried to warn the British off. You guys closed the book in the 4th grade and never ever read anything else.


P.S. Now you can again jump up and down and scream, and call her names, - but the facts remain facts.

Posted on: 2011/6/5 19:51
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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ENOUGH! Mr. Webmaster, please kill this thread!

Posted on: 2011/6/5 19:20
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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Since reading about Sarah and her slip ups, apparently she is still a hit with many, now even her current employer is fed up.




Posted on: 2011/6/5 18:04
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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Palin quoted from Foxnews today:

"Part of his ride was to warn the British that were already there. That, hey, you're not going to succeed. You're not going to take American arms. You are not going to beat our own well-armed persons, individual, private militia that we have," she added. "He did warn the British."


Wow, she even messed up the GOP designed defense of her original f**k up!!

Posted on: 2011/6/5 17:57
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Re: Street signage paving and lines
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Email your councilman. I also recommend contacting Steve Fulop - he is a great resource to help with this sort of request.

http://www.cityofjerseycity.com/citycouncil.aspx?id=864

Posted on: 2011/6/5 17:13
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Re: Sarah Palin in Jersey City?!?
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GrovePath wrote:
Hey Boris -- did you write a song about Sarah Palin?



If I did it, it would have been funny.

You guys are quite phenomenal - I mean, how boring your lives must be if you keep joking the same joke for three years now?

P.S. Just in case, you DO know that this is Tina Fey's joke, not the real Palin, right? And, while we are on the subject, you do know that these two idiots are not Russian, yes?

Posted on: 2011/6/5 16:52
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