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Re: Is the rental market downtown crazy slow?
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Usually it says something in the lease but I believe they need to give you a specified time of notice, like 48 hours. I think that owners have the right to show it if you still live there but I'm not 100% sure.

Usually they start showing 30 days before the lease is up, but if the market is really bad maybe your landlord is trying to push it.

Posted on: 2009/4/7 20:13
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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I just stick to my metrocard. WOrks on PATH, subway and busses. So easy.

Posted on: 2009/1/20 18:49
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Re: Heights: Car break-ins in Western Slope
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West of Kennedy. North of JSQ

Posted on: 2009/1/16 16:41
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Re: $70,000 worth of jewelry swiped at New Year's Eve party; victim says family member likely stole it
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I smell insurance fraud.

What, she put the rings, etc., into a bag in her purse and was going to throw them on right at the stroke of midnight???? Who does that??

Posted on: 2009/1/5 21:09
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Re: Anyone disappointed with Abby's BBQ these days?
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??Quote:

corybraiterman wrote:

I obviously used my own napkins, or my keyboard would be dead by now due to grease. That isn't the point, however. When you get food from somewhere, they're supposed to provide you with what you need to eat it. Plastic forks/spoons/knives and napkins are standard. Very few places are that fraking cheap, and no place that serves something as inherently messy as ribs should fail to provide napkins.


I was just joking. But seriously, I have noticed that lately more and more places are skrimping on the extra stuff like plastic forks, napkins etc. Most people have that stuff at home and when they are delivering to a residence, prob they just assume you have it unless you ask for it.

Posted on: 2009/1/2 14:11
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Re: Anyone disappointed with Abby's BBQ these days?
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Why don't you have any napkins at your house?

Posted on: 2008/12/31 15:48
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Re: Unleashed Pit Bull attacks jogger in Lincoln Park -- Owner leaves woman bleeding
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Not for nothing, but I've never heard of a glass coffee table attacking when provoked or unprovoked.

Just sayin.

Posted on: 2008/12/16 22:06
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Re: Unleashed Pit Bull attacks jogger in Lincoln Park -- Owner leaves woman bleeding
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Greenvillechick wrote:
Your right, if there were more serious charges towards animal bites then people would think twice about letting there dogs run free. It shouldn't be about the breed but the irresponsible people who own them. Unfortunately a lot of pit-bulls get into the wrong hands and are trained to fight and be guard dogs. Case in point: An idiot co-worker bred his pit-bull and ended up having 11 puppies.... He brought in a 4 week old puppy to show all the other co workers and was going to leave it in the warehouse all day, he specifically told everyone dont show it to me cause I will pick it up and he wants it to be a guard dog.... the dog was shaking freezing and only 4 weeks old but I wasn't supposed to show it any kind of love or affection because he was going to be his guard dog... I later learned that he sold almost half of the puppies at 4 weeks old. Just terrible evil people out there, and then there are the ones who truely care about their dogs and if their is an aggression issue they rehabiliate them, train them out of their bad habits... it is possible.


This story is very upsetting.

Posted on: 2008/12/15 22:23
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Re: Unleashed Pit Bull attacks jogger in Lincoln Park -- Owner leaves woman bleeding
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I want to start by saying I don't think pitt bulls in general are bad dogs but I think they have issues.


That being said, I have spent a lot of time with pit bulls. My best friend had one for years but the dog for some reason attacked her little brother breaking his hand (among other things) so they put him down. He had some behavioral issues and so did his father. The father dog was my roommates dog. He attacked my dog (1/2 chow 1/2 german) and my dog had to have have major surgery on his leg. He almost had to have it amputated. This same pit also killed at least 7 cats over time and tore himself free from a chain to attack a husky dog that was also chained up.

One question also. If there are a lot of other kinds of dogs that can do this type of damage, why does it seem like people are only useing pits for this? Just a question.

Posted on: 2008/12/11 22:27
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Re: Unleashed Pit Bull attacks jogger in Lincoln Park -- Owner leaves woman bleeding
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I agree with Brewster.

I am a HUGE animal lover and love big dogs but pitt bulls have so many problems. From the irresponsible owners, to their huge jaws to their brute strength and to some bad breeders.

It is just a simple fact that pitts are one of the dogs (there are quite a few) that are able to cause the most damage to another dog or a person. The strength they have in their jaws and necks makes it so they can really tear a person or another dog apart. Are their other dogs that can do this? Yes, but they aren't nearly as popular as pitts are.

Just take a look at the shelters. Why are so many people abandoning their dogs. I would say a great majority of shelters are full of pitts.

It is a very sad thing, but some breeds really shouldn't be legal in busy cities/areas where there are so many people.

Posted on: 2008/12/11 22:13
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Re: Skinner's Loft... delish!
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We went here last night.

Food was good and the service was great.

They screwed up my order but fixed it really quickly and comped one of my martini's.

Atmosphere was mellow and the place wan't very busy but it was early on a Sunday evening.

We will definately go back again.

Posted on: 2008/12/8 20:12
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Re: Homeless to eat, thanks to boy
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Are they donating the canned goods to soup kitchens? I don't think many homeless carry around can openers. Maybe they should also have a can opener drive.

Posted on: 2008/12/3 20:38
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Re: Sales tax head-scratcher
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Well that make no sense since they didn't charge tax on wheat thins, bannana yogurt or mayo

Posted on: 2008/12/3 14:18
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A Good Vet in JC
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I know there was a thread on this before but I searched and it didn't come up.

If anyone finds it can you post it here?

Otherwise, I need a vet recommendation for my 2 cats. Anywhere in JC is fine.

Thanks to anyone who responds!

Posted on: 2008/12/2 15:25
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Re: [Grove and Bay Street] Parked car - hit and run
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Good luck finding this person. I really hope you do. This type of stuff infuriates me. My husband was a hit and run victim in Brooklyn last year. His car was totaled and he had to get stitches in his head. The guy didn't even slow down.

I don't know what is wrong with people these days. Zero accountability.

Posted on: 2008/11/10 19:08
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Re: Heights: Jersey City teen beaten by driver after car is scratched, cops say
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While I absolutely do not agree with beating an unarmed person with a tire iron, especially in the head, I tend to believe these kids were not exactly stellar citizens and more than likely did not accidentally scratch a car.

Yes, it could happen but come on...kids out late at night heading over to the housing projects are probably not your basic wide eyed types.

I certainly wasn't riding my bike around in a big city at midnight when I was 14.

Posted on: 2008/10/29 17:56
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Re: RUDE UPS deliveryman
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+1
My UPS guy comes around 7pm so it's great timing for us. So far if they leave a yellow slip they do attempt to redeliver the next day. I haven't had any problems yet. I do usually get stuff delivered to my office if it's small enough to lug home on the path.

Posted on: 2008/10/24 14:32
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Re: Greenville: 3 Shooting Incidents Hours Apart
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When Greenville said the cops should have to live where they work. That's absurd, but I wasn't only referencing this thread nor was I quoting you on anything, it wasn't directed at you. However, in the other Greenville shooting thread there was a sense there that some people felt the cop was to blame.

Posted on: 2008/9/19 16:13
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Re: Greenville: 3 Shooting Incidents Hours Apart
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Greeneville -

according to Lynn we should be making citizens arrests...

WTF??

I never said anything about citizens arrests. I said that the people who live in Greenville need to start stepping up and taking some responsibility of the sh*t that happens there.
Stop making excuses and blaming the cops.

Posted on: 2008/9/19 16:07
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Re: Greenville: 3 Shooting Incidents Hours Apart
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greenville wrote:
This happen in the second hottest spot for drugs in the city. There's no way any of the people in Greenville can do anything without a badge and a gun. The city should require cops to "live where they work" so that they could serve as a deterrent against crime, much like what Hoboken is now doing in the projects.


This is BS there are plenty of communities in plenty of cities/states that have taken control of their neighborhoods and helped to clean them up.

What are you saying? Are the majority of people who live in Greenville thugs and drug dealers? If not, wouldn't the majority of citizens want these types of people out??? Get off your arse and organize comunity watch programs.

The people of Greenville shouldn't be relying on police to get it's population under control, they should be doing it themselves.

Posted on: 2008/9/19 14:59
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Re: Greenville: 3 Shooting Incidents Hours Apart
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Yeah, Greenville isn't so bad.

Posted on: 2008/9/19 13:27
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Re: Credit Score for "Good" tenants?
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How could it be dangerous? A former tenant that didn't pay their rent on time wouldn't use that landlord as a reference for a new place they were trying to get into.

You don't give people you screwed over as references, so how could it be dangerous if you only give people you had good history with???

Posted on: 2008/9/8 20:06
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Re: Jiffen Box in Journal Square
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I saw this too.

WTF is a Jiffin Box anyway?

Posted on: 2008/9/4 15:19
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Re: Car Inspection
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I know everything works fine on the truck, the only thing is that it has a bent axle that we just found out about. I guess it happened before we bought it. Anyway, we just had the breaks done and since the axle is broken the breaks are wearing uneavenly and it makes a squeek when we are driving, kind of like a rubbing sound. The mechanic said it is fine and we are going to replace the axle when we can get a used one, but I am wondering if that would cause it to fail?

My husband took it to Secaucus and since he only had his temporary insurance card they said he would fail just for that. Now we have the perm ones so I guess we will go back again and see what happens.

Thanks for everyone's quick responses!

Posted on: 2008/8/28 1:33
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Car Inspection
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Hi,

Does anyone have a good recommendation for a car inspection place? I live in the heights but any place that someone can recommend. I am being honest here. We have an old car, but everything works on it. I know it will pass emissions brakes, all the usual stuff, but we are originally from NYC so we aren't sure what kind of stuff they knit pick about in NJ. Thanks for any suggestions.

Posted on: 2008/8/27 23:59
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Re: September start for Powerhouse District's first condos -- Developers "remain bullish" on Downtown
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crist! Sometimes even home OWNERS get pushed out when property taxes go out of control!

Posted on: 2008/8/26 19:19
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Re: JCPD checkpoint on Washington northbound below Pavonia
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West wrote:
I drove by it last night.

I believe they're doing it because that strip on Washington has become a popular drag spot.

This is true, I've seen quite a few transvestites hanging around that area lately.


lol

Posted on: 2008/8/23 14:41
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Re: An Open Letter to You, My PATH Nemesis
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Capital letters man.

Posted on: 2008/8/21 14:15
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Re: An Open Letter to You, My PATH Nemesis
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Do you take the NJ transit bus or the $2.50 van? I may try taking the van and see if it's better than the path. Just always wonder how the traffic is and how long it takes.

Posted on: 2008/8/20 12:49
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Re: Journal Square: Stricter cab rules in motion
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Seems to be charging 2 full fares is the norm. Also makes it clear why you need to share a cab!

Posted on: 2008/8/19 19:59
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