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Re: Jersey City deputy police chief helps nab three people who had gun, police say
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Dahood wrote:
Some parts of Newark, and the Oranges should be just bulldozed and they should start over. Just too many criminals live there.


So then where would the criminals live if we bulldoze thier homes? Would they then stop being criminals? Or did you mean to bulldoze them along with the homes?


Posted on: 2013/8/29 11:35
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Re: The Beacon
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I would love to buy something in the Beacon with a nice view, but the common charges are high!


I think you meant astronomical!

Posted on: 2013/8/28 11:47
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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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Arcy...word of advice. If you see a guy in the park with black, skin tight tights and a black cape, sorta Batman-ish, that's Vigilante.

He has a special relationship with JCPD where he busts the real baddies so watch out.

Ok, jokes over. Don't get too wrapped up with what this clown says. Learn to ignore him like the rest of us do.



Said the dog fetishist about the guy who actually put people in jail.


Honestly, you both come off like dicks with your constant whining at each other. NYR slightly moreso.

Posted on: 2013/8/23 13:26
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Re: Jersey City seeking to recruit minorities to join police ranks
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God help the backlash if anyone ever advertised that they were looking for whites.....

Posted on: 2013/8/19 18:17
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Re: An open letter to the Dog Owners of DTJC (brace yourselves)
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Where I believe the abuse / fraud of the ADA is occuring is with those that use a psychiatic disability (where there might not be one) to have a certified 'service dog'. The link I provide shows how easy it is to get your dog certified which is then impossible for the authories to confirm. I'm not suggesting that store owners have the power to check the validity of a service dog owner condition as it would also be a privacy issue, but rather how do the authories check to confirm a persons need for a service dog - Its a huge grey area with no checks and balances.

If I had a dog, I could fill in the application on the link I provided, then take my dog everywhere I go and falsely claim I have a mental health issue and my 'service dog' helps keep me calm, gives me the opportunity or courage to venture outside my property plus helps reduce my anxierty in public. This then also exempts me from having my dog on a leash when its time for poop as its trained not to poop on leach.

The 'service dog' certification can be exploited and like disabled parking permits there seems to be a need to have checks and balances for authories to fall back on, then just the word of the dog owner!


There is a difference between a "service animal" and a "companion animal". A companion animal is not given the same rights as a service animal. But you obviously already know that. I mean, I'm sure you've done your research on the subject. You don't seem at all to be the type to go off half-cocked without all the information.

Oh, right. I forgot, you're basically just a know-nothing jerk-off.

Posted on: 2013/8/16 15:02
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Re: Can't get Parking Permit?
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Bottom line, cant get a parking permit? Thanks Obama.


WTF does Obama have to do with JC Parking Permits??

Posted on: 2013/8/16 14:37
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Re: Jersey City Using GPS Devices to Track City Vehicles, Cut Down on Abuse, & Increase Accountability
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What's the bet some of these guys were employed through the felon program of re-employment!


The sad part is, that even where there are people in Public Works that actually may WANT to work, the senior guys who drive the trucks can and do actually prevent that because they themselves are lazy. I used to work in the DPW in the shore town where I used to live, and this happened ALL the time. I can't imagine it being any different here.

Posted on: 2013/8/15 13:24
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Re: Cop causing havoc on the Blvd
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So running a red light without lights and siren is fine with you as long as there is a good reason behind it?

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So when a cop breaks driving laws it causes other drives to adhere to driving laws?


It does when he does what is necessary to catch the lawbreakers and issue summonses.


Actually, yes. How do you know what the reasoning is? Oh right, you don't. I suppose by your logic, police shouldn't carry guns, because bad people carry guns and the police shouldn't be able to do anything the bad guys do.

Posted on: 2013/8/8 21:11
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Re: Cop causing havoc on the Blvd
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So when a cop breaks driving laws it causes other drives to adhere to driving laws?


It does when he does what is necessary to catch the lawbreakers and issue summonses.

Posted on: 2013/8/8 20:10
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Re: Jersey City Shootings
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The only way the shooting will subside is to compensate the shooters before the shooting, as to curb the attitude of the shooters; positively. Another words, the do gooders are worthless and weak, good luck predicting the future, and welcome to the rest of your fuc'in lives.

As in

Nice to meet you, I'm life, I didn't get you're name? What's that? O wait you're on a different planet than me. You don't exist.

zzz,


What planet are you from?


Apparently not a planet that speaks English.

Posted on: 2013/7/17 11:21
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Re: Anyone bring their pets to MetroVet?
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ANY vet is better and cheaper than the one on 1st Street.


They ARE expensive, but I wouldn't say they are bad.

Posted on: 2013/7/8 20:47
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Re: Any information on the razing of the Lincoln Park Golf Range?
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Hyatt Hills looks good. I've played Ash Brook a few times, and that's really nice. Was looking to stay closer if possible.

Posted on: 2013/7/5 20:06
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Re: Any information on the razing of the Lincoln Park Golf Range?
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On a (somewhat) related note: can anyone recommend some good public courses that don't require any township/county residence cards to reserve tee times?

Anywhere in the Hudson, Bergen, Essex counties would do. Possibly even Union County.

Posted on: 2013/7/5 14:13
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Re: New York Ave-Heights-Construction
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I'm not sure how long a project like this should take, but I've seen workers there every day since it began. I saw Fulop on-site earlier this week.


Understandable, but seeing workers there and the workers actually WORKING and the project progressing aren't always one and the same.

Posted on: 2013/6/21 13:35
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Re: New York Ave-Heights-Construction
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This is taking entirely too long, and there doesn't appear to be much work going on.

Posted on: 2013/6/12 13:20
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Re: Blood trail on Ogden btw Cuneo/Wood?
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Wow thats a pretty long trail spanning many blocks. Being in front of a public park has the health department been notified ?


No, its actually just one block.

Posted on: 2013/4/24 15:49
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Blood trail on Ogden btw Cuneo/Wood?
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Has anyone else in the Heights noticed the trail of what looks like blood on Ogden Ave? It starts at just about the southernmost end across from Janet Moore park, and end in a pretty big spot in front of one of the houses behind the Supremo lot. It's on the Eastern side of the street.

Posted on: 2013/4/23 11:47
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Re: New York Ave-Heights-Construction
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So they are expected to finish by the election, but what is the plan? They had previously removed the guardrails and fencing along the side of the road, not necessarily something they would do for a simple repaving.

Posted on: 2013/4/11 14:38
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Re: Hoboken mayor at forefront of flooding issues
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This is the truth.

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Brewster a monkey knows that something needs to be done about future storms and flooding. But if you look at her entire tenure...you will see that Hoboken is being run into the ground by Zimmer.

Just check out Hoboken 411. They have done a better job of keeping tabs on the politics than most of our local papers. Or better yet just walk around Hoboken and see the disrepair it is in and this was the case before all the storms we have had endured.


Posted on: 2013/3/5 20:31
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Re: J.C. man, 96, conned out of $7,800 for 'special' car chip: cops
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This is a pretty low-down stunt. On the other hand, should a 96 year old really be driving?

Posted on: 2013/1/9 19:40
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Re: Trees getting removed all over Downtown
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vindication15 wrote:

As ALWAYS ian, you raise good points. I now withdraw my observation that high winds can down trees onto homes....

Why would I ever question the logic of your great mind...


Although you are correct that high winds can down trees onto homes, I have to agree with Ianma: You do have a way of coming across like an idiot most times.

Posted on: 2013/1/4 14:49
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Re: Dogs in Laundromat
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DTNJC wrote:
Wow, that is disgusting. I would never go there again.


Good. Less wait for the rest of us.

Posted on: 2012/12/31 15:58
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Re: Whats opening on 298 Newark Ave where Woolpunk Studios was?
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kitten wrote:
I just looked at their facebook page. What on earth did you find disturbing? Was it the photo of their little toy dog, or the pic of the gumball machine at Helen's pizza?


He was obviously trying to get people to look at the Facebook and Twitter accounts of the business. Looks like it worked.

Posted on: 2012/10/19 16:00
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Re: Georgia woman files theft charge against Jersey City moving company.
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The concept of paragraphs is lost on you.

Posted on: 2012/7/24 18:04
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Re: Flooding on Grove Street
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If you dumped several hundred thousand dollars on a property without doing all the necessary reasearch, I don't particularly feel bad for you. Why would you rely on a realtor, who has a vested interest in you purchasing the property, to inform you of all its flaws? It's akin to you being upset that the guy you bought a used car from didn't let you know that it has a bad muffler bearing.

Posted on: 2012/7/19 12:53
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Re: New Heights Spot- Trolley House Bar and Grill
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Tonight was the first chance I had to try this place. I was really excited for it to open, seeing as how I could throw a rock and hit it from my apt.

What a f'in disappointment:

I went with my girl for a bite to eat. She ordered the burger with a coke, and I ordered the wings with a beer. The wings were listed as 10 for $9. The burger was seasoned, and quite strongly at that. The fries that came with it were like eating a mouthful of the seasoning they used, it was that strong. They were undercooked and limp and WAY overseasoned. She said the soda was mostly syrup, and we had to ask her to give us one in a clean glass. There was a distinct lipstick mark on the first glass she gave us. And $3. For a fountain soda. $3.

The wings came out overcooked. The order, which was supposed to be 10, came out with 7 on the plate. Not a huge deal, but when I mentioned it, the bartender looked like she didn't have a clue what to do. She asked if I wanted the other 3, but we were pretty much done at that point. She went in the back, and came out and said he ran out, that was all they had left. How about a heads up instead of just trying to sneak one past the customer. She then offered me a discount, which I accepted. When I got the bill, she took a whole $1 off the bill. WOW.

I was really hoping for more from this place. This area needs a good bar with decent food. It looks like a pretty cool place to grab a beer and watch a game, and the backyard area looks great. Just do yourself a favor and skip the food.

Posted on: 2012/7/10 2:08
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Re: Newark Avenue (Little India) issues
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They probable could, but don't because then someone would complain that they are "picking on the Indian Community".

Posted on: 2012/6/6 18:26
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Re: Totally unauthorized political parade/convoy yesterday?
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It was up and down Palisade all afternoon Sunday. Music was BLARING. Pretty ridiculous.

Posted on: 2012/5/15 11:39
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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Perhaps you need to re-evaluate whether or not city living is for you. Make allowances or move to Ohio.


Wise words, Poo Bronson. Wise words indeed.


Allowances for city noise does not include self-indulgent ass-bags revving the engine on their straight pipe Harleys unnecessarily. I do not complain about city noise.

Posted on: 2012/4/30 15:13
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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The fact that Harley riders routinely blast up and down the streets with their loud pipes (only because they save lives, of course) disrupting other people, and then this toolbox complains because an old man forgot a poopbag and complains that it is encroaching on his well being.

The whole pot/kettle situation.

Posted on: 2012/4/28 12:56
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