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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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If you are in fantastic shape for Over 40, will consider. But I think we won't entertain over 45 unless you played pro LOL. How old are you.

Posted on: 9/18 13:21
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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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College level plus or Euro / South American advanced club level.. we aren't talking former professionals, just someone who can make a difference, has good technical skill and understands passing and movement off the ball. It's a great group. Just need to refresh the team a bit. Thanks and sorry for the late response.

Posted on: 9/18 13:20
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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Dough comes out, is braided and risen, egg painted and baked. There's NOTHING like challah fresh out of the oven! Whenever we have guests for Shabbat they think we're gods for making fresh challah every week.


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laughed. out. loud.

but okay seriously, for we shiksas who believe that french toast should only be made with challah, where can we find it downtown? I'm using the brioche from the Korean on Bay Street, which is a fine substitute, but not perfect.

Posted on: 9/18 13:14
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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Nonsense. Hoboken Bagels kicks their big fluffy, nasty ass all over town. If someone gave me a bag of Wonder bagels I'd feed them to the ducks.


Those bagels in Hoboken are disgusting, Wonder bagel kicks their butt and that's coming from someone who grew up on the North shore of Long Island where they're superior

Posted on: 9/18 11:41
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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Why would you even ask? It goes great with the kielbasa, pierogi and stuffed cabbage purchased from the Polish store on Hutton Street.

Posted on: 9/18 10:04
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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135jc wrote:
Oh really? Please show me the results of this important race in print. For your info the police finally did exactly that and paused the runners but not until an hour had passed. If thats the case and these races should not be paused than the street should be shutdown and a propper detour be designed.


get over yourself, this is an annual event and you could have planned around it, you're just an entitled asshole

Posted on: 9/18 9:00
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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Agreed...! Last year the entire New York harbor was in the fog when we got in. This year a friend of mine had a heat stroke at mile 10 because of the humidity.


It’s sad that your friend suffered a heatstroke during the race. They can be very dangerous and can have lasting effects, if not treated immediately and efficiently.

Having said that, heatstrokes are 100% preventable with proper planning and conditioning. In order to suffer a heatstroke, one must be dehydrated, or overexerted, or both. Proper training is key, as well as awareness on race day to execute based on preparedness and current weather conditions.

I sincerely hope your friend is OK.

Posted on: 9/18 7:05
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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Agreed...! Last year the entire New York harbor was in the fog when we got in. This year a friend of mine had a heat stroke at mile 10 because of the humidity.

Posted on: 9/18 6:15
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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brewster wrote:
Dough comes out, is braided and risen, egg painted and baked. There's NOTHING like challah fresh out of the oven! Whenever we have guests for Shabbat they think we're gods for making fresh challah every week.


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Posted on: 9/17 22:19
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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They really need to push this race back about a month. The last three years (at least) have had temps in the mid to high 70s at the start and 80% to 100% humidity. If they did it mid-October, you'd almost certainly get much more favorable conditions.

Posted on: 9/17 21:52
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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GrovePath wrote:
Haha

Ok, so to change the topic - where around here can you get challah bread?


At home. We fill the breadmaker Friday morning timed to be ready to pull the dough when we get home before the machine can bake it. Dough comes out, is braided and risen, egg painted and baked. There's NOTHING like challah fresh out of the oven! Whenever we have guests for Shabbat they think we're gods for making fresh challah every week.

Posted on: 9/17 21:12
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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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how advanced are we talking here?

Posted on: 9/17 20:46
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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Haha

Ok, so to change the topic - where around here can you get challah bread?

Posted on: 9/17 20:22
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Re: Irish Festival - Today Sept 30th - Exchange Place
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Exchange Place was unavailable, and the Parade Committee rejected the area by Ferris HS under the Tpke. Instead there will be a Halfway To St Patrick's Day party at Keyhole Bar 242 Bay St on 9/29. Please visit the Facebook page of Jersey City Irish Festival on the Hudson Come Home For a Day for raffle details.

Posted on: 9/17 18:30
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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This is a RACE. By definition people are running on a course without obstacle during a specific time slot and aiming at their best time based on their abilities. You are lucking I did not do this race again this year, because if your car had been in front of me, or someone tried to pause me, I would not have been very kind.

That being said, my mom had the same reaction when we were stuck in Boston by the half, so I guess it is a misconception. I will let you PAUSE on that.

Posted on: 9/17 17:51
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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GrovePath wrote:
It's a wonder that you are able to find a bagel.


Umm, which "you" are you addressing? If it's me, the answer is that I suffer, I suffer so much. I've told me wife not to bring home leftover bagels from Kiddush because she doesn't eat them so I'm then sentenced to eat bagels I hate.

Posted on: 9/17 17:22
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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It's a wonder that you are able to find a bagel.

Posted on: 9/17 16:17
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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135jc wrote:
Oh really? Please show me the results of this important race in print. For your info the police finally did exactly that and paused the runners but not until an hour had passed. If thats the case and these races should not be paused than the street should be shutdown and a propper detour be designed.


Thousands of people have trained for 12, 16, 20 weeks but they all need to stop and wait for MEEEEEEE because mr mittens needs his cat treats from Target (or whatever that you were doing that was so important)

Posted on: 9/17 16:03
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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Oh really? Please show me the results of this important race in print. For your info the police finally did exactly that and paused the runners but not until an hour had passed. If thats the case and these races should not be paused than the street should be shutdown and a propper detour be designed.

Posted on: 9/17 15:30
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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Thank God you're not debating a Mohel who took a little too much off the top!

#cuttings

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rosember wrote:
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brewster wrote:
Apparently Hudson Bread has recently started making bagels, we ordered some for the Synagogue Break-fast on Wed, and we'll see. Their rolls are great, and their stuff is kosher.


Can you provide a link to the organization or Rabbi that certifies them as kosher?


Why don't you actually contact them and ask about their hechsher if that's a concern of yours???


I did, and one should be more careful about spouting out terms they minimally know about. You do understand there are standards, and different people may observe these standards differently, but to spout a general statement, making yourself a self proclaimed expert is irresponsible.

And a happy new year to you!

Posted on: 9/17 14:58
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Re: Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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players over 40 are a no go??

Posted on: 9/17 14:43
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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I did, and one should be more careful about spouting out terms they minimally know about. You do understand there are standards, and different people may observe these standards differently, but to spout a general statement, making yourself a self proclaimed expert is irresponsible.

And a happy new year to you!


What are you talking about? I said they're kosher, as in they have a hechsher, and that's all. When did I claim to be an expert (on anything but what's a great bagel)? I did not say who hechshered them, but the hechsher is good enough for United Synagogue of Hoboken Rabbi Sheinberg and my wife, and that's all that matters to me.

I will not go down the rabbit hole with you of all the different certification authorities that exist, but you're certainly free to pick the Mashgiach that you trust. There's always someone "holier than thou" that won't eat a piece of cold fruit in your kitchen, and that's simply a fact of Jewish life, but flings about other people being ignorant are not necessary just because they're not as anal as you are about who certifies their freaking bakery.

Posted on: 9/17 13:57
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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doesn't sounds like you're "all for" these events. cause if you were, you'd know that pausing runners for traffic is ridiculous.

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I am all for having these events. However i am currently stuck on Grand Street in gridlock now for 45 min. It is ridiculous that these runners cant be held at intersections to allow traffic to pass. All they need to do is pause runners on jersey ave and allow cars through.

Posted on: 9/17 13:45
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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brewster wrote:
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rosember wrote:
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brewster wrote:
Apparently Hudson Bread has recently started making bagels, we ordered some for the Synagogue Break-fast on Wed, and we'll see. Their rolls are great, and their stuff is kosher.


Can you provide a link to the organization or Rabbi that certifies them as kosher?


Why don't you actually contact them and ask about their hechsher if that's a concern of yours???


I did, and one should be more careful about spouting out terms they minimally know about. You do understand there are standards, and different people may observe these standards differently, but to spout a general statement, making yourself a self proclaimed expert is irresponsible.

And a happy new year to you!

Posted on: 9/17 13:33
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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These guys will always have a place in my heart for how they reached out to the cat rescue community when Cookie got evicted, and then threw a bagel party at Fussy Friends after Cookie's successful adoption.

They are good eggs, and I like their bagels, too.

(You can follow Cookie on Instagram: cookie_the_wonder_cat)

Posted on: 9/17 13:07
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Re: The best bagel shop in North Jersey is... WONDER BAGLES
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rosember wrote:
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brewster wrote:
Apparently Hudson Bread has recently started making bagels, we ordered some for the Synagogue Break-fast on Wed, and we'll see. Their rolls are great, and their stuff is kosher.


Can you provide a link to the organization or Rabbi that certifies them as kosher?


Why don't you actually contact them and ask about their hechsher if that's a concern of yours???

Posted on: 9/17 12:15
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Jersey City FC looking for soccer players age 30-40
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Message me if you are an advanced soccer player age 30-40 that can play Wednesday nights and Sunday mornings.

Posted on: 9/17 11:49
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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135jc wrote:
I am all for having these events. However i am currently stuck on Grand Street in gridlock now for 45 min. It is ridiculous that these runners cant be held at intersections to allow traffic to pass. All they need to do is pause runners on jersey ave and allow cars through.


It's only September, but this HAS TO BE a contender for dumbest, most pretentious post of the year.

When have you seen ANY race (not an event! a race...) that stops its participants to allow for traffic to go through!? That's definitely not how races work. Even Philadelphia, which just held a half marathon this weekend, essentially shuts down its city center, as well as the entire west side of the city up Kelly Dr and then back down on MLK Drive for about 4 hours. It's just how it works.

Posted on: 9/17 10:53
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Re: Newport Half Marathon Newbie
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135jc wrote:
I am all for having these events. However i am currently stuck on Grand Street in gridlock now for 45 min. It is ridiculous that these runners cant be held at intersections to allow traffic to pass. All they need to do is pause runners on jersey ave and allow cars through.


get over yourself.
that's not how any of that works.
Should they pause the NYC marathon at every intersection as well?

Posted on: 9/17 10:17
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water main break in newport area?
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Anyone have details on the water main break in newport area today? i just got an alert from work told us not to come to work as the office building (right on washington blvd in newport) are not accessible due to water main break. So it seems pretty bad but cant find any details.

Posted on: 9/17 8:52
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