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Re: Cars beat mass transit for Hudson commuters
#31
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Also doesn't help ridership when bus lines are being cut, basically cutting off an entire community from even reaching JSQ or Grove St. PATH stations.

Also, I usually commute into Newark and one of the reasons the PATH is so crowded in the morning is because at the Harrison Station, they are standing from the edge of the platform to the back of the wall packing into the trains before it even gets to JSQ or Grove st. Theres a huge parking lot there for everyone driving in from other parts of NJ and even Pennsylvania these days. When I visit family in PA, a 3 1/2 hour ride away, there are people on that bus commuting into NY everyday!!! Talk about a decline in quality of life when your roundtrip commute is as long as your day at work. WTF???

Posted on: 2008/3/21 7:18
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Re: Ideas to discourage gang activity?
#32
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Maybe we could borrow this for a while...

"It's no longer the stuff of science fiction: the Pentagon has a real-life ray gun! It's officially called the

"Active Denial System"

and it shoots out a 100,000 watt beam of invisible radio waves which stops a person in their tracks. "



http://60minutes.yahoo.com/segment/145/the_ray_gun

Posted on: 2008/3/6 3:34
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Re: Savas - Polish Cafeteria Opens on Grove Street
#33
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Kielbasa can be microwaved, it can even be eaten straight, its a cured meat. I like mine fried with ketchup...

Posted on: 2008/2/28 14:57
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Re: Bergen Lafayette: Dozen masked men wearing hoodies pump bullets into parked minivan Tues afternoon
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Have you ever noticed this, why is it that in many towns in America, streets named after Martin Luther King are often the most dangerous & run down streets in the city?

Posted on: 2008/2/28 14:42
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Re: To call the cops or not????
#35
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If you've lived (or currently live) in the Heights, you've probably had that neighbor too. I had this neighbor, a couple, who would fight late at night and mostly it was her, going on and on, everyother word began with the letter "F" and usually I would ignore it as much as possible, but they also had kids next door which didn't sit too well with me.

So one day during fighting she banged on my door, looking a wreck and drunk as heck and begged me to call the cops because her man was beating her & the kids. So I did. Then the cops came and she denied everything, cursed me out & cursed the cops out and slammed the door shut....now i live somewhere else and my neighbors are very peaceful...but i feel for you.

In the future, should you call the cops? Yeah, I'd do it again, I'd rather call and there be nothing wrong, than not call and then something bad happened that could have been prevented.

Posted on: 2008/1/29 2:40
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Re: "NEW MAGAZINE" on Jersey City & Hoboken
#36
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I really like the website Etsy. com, Thank you!!

Posted on: 2008/1/19 2:56
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Re: ''Vanessa'' vans, raicst? ignorant? or just plain stupid?
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You have to flag them down like a gypsy cab in NY .But you have to be in a real bus stop. And then after you get on, you have to yell out "Next Stop" before your stop. They don't automatically stop at every stop. Good luck.

Posted on: 2008/1/19 2:47
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Re: Need a laundry/grocery cart
#38
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saw the little ones at Target, but not with attached bag.

Posted on: 2008/1/7 23:45
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