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Re: ****JERMAINE ROBINSON****
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MDM wrote:
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tern wrote:
Looks like he is trying to chase after someone outside and she is holding him back.

Robin.


To me it looked like he was having arguments with multiple imaginary people. He is looking past her in multiple directions and yelling and pointing.


Other people are there out of camera view. About four seconds into the video you can see a hand pop up just above the bar in the bottom right of the screen.

Posted on: 7/30 22:00
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Re: Did You Know These Movies Were Filmed in Hudson County -Jersey City
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First of all, please correct YOUR, to, YOU'RE.

Second, c'mon, there's got to be more than two movies shot here.

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Posted on: 7/30 20:56
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Re: Did You Know These Movies Were Filmed in Hudson County -Jersey City
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The list consists of two locations.

Loew's Theater for Joker and 1970s Liberty State Park for Godfather.

Posted on: 7/30 20:47
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Re: Beer Gardens in Jersey City
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JCFam just like to spam his site.

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Posted on: 7/30 20:43
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Re: Beer Gardens in Jersey City
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Fascinating. Of 6 listed, only 2 are actually open, biergartens and in JC. Good going, great journalism!

Posted on: 7/30 18:03
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Beer Gardens in Jersey City
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Sometimes there is nothing like sitting outside, drinking a beer, and enjoying an awesome view on a warm summer day or evening. Luckily, we have quite a few Beer Gardens in Jersey City to choose from. Each has some great beer, delicious foods, and most are even kid and family-friendly!

https://jcfamilies.com/beer-gardens-in-jersey-city/

Posted on: 7/30 17:28
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Did You Know These Movies Were Filmed in Hudson County -Jersey City
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Your sitting down in your favorite easy chair watching your big screen TV and watching a movie, when suddenly a location comes on the screen and you think to yourself-I know that place.
That's in Jersey City...

http://riverviewobserver.net/2020/07/ ... Ik4D9Djgvc4wWwMbwF6T154LY

Posted on: 7/30 2:32
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Re: CERC Building Being Sold (180 9th St) - Community Programs at Risk
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K-Lo2 wrote:
https://www.njspotlight.com/2010/05/10-0523-1629/

Way back in the late 90s, my sons went to LCCS, which was then renting space in the recently demolished Boys and Girls Club. We were all might envious of this new space.


Yup. And while I guess there's been some community stuff in there, they were more interested in rent paying programs like St Anthonys to pay off the debt. I recall attending a 'planning ideas' meeting before it was built, and suggesting that they create storage space in the gym area for community theater to have flats for sets. A flat NO. Has there ever been community theater in there? And while I don't have the facts handy, most of what Yvonne says is true AFAIK. Schundler played fast and loose with the money to forward his charter agenda in a way pretty antithetical to the whole charter idea.

Posted on: 7/29 23:33
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Re: Broken Piece of Plastic Looks Very Much Like the State of New Jersey
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Why did you do that to my time? It was just an innocent bystander.

Posted on: 7/29 17:37
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Broken Piece of Plastic Looks Very Much Like the State of New Jersey
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They say if you look down when you walk there is no telling what you will find. On a recent stroll in Bayonne, our River View Observer citizen contributor looked down and found this broken piece of plastic that looks like an exact replica of the shape of the State of New Jersey.
What do you think?

http://riverviewobserver.net/2020/07/ ... -the-state-of-new-jersey/

Posted on: 7/29 16:52
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Re: Cool off at a waterpark!
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IN JERSEY CITY. YOU NEED YOUR HEAD EXAMINED "PAL" !!!!!!

Posted on: 7/29 12:03
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JERMAINE ROBINSON STEP DOWN NOW !!!!!!!!!
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JERMAINE ROBINSON STEP DOWN. STEP DOWN NOW !!!!!!!!!

Posted on: 7/29 12:01
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Cool off at a waterpark!
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For these hot summer days, cool off at a waterpark near Jersey City!!

https://jcfamilies.com/outdoor-swimmin ... opening-near-jersey-city/

Posted on: 7/28 19:14
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Famers Markets in JC
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Have you been to a local farmers market in Jersey City? Get your fresh produce and local foods now!

https://jcfamilies.com/farmers-markets-opening-in-jersey-city/

Posted on: 7/27 19:02
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Re: CERC Building Being Sold (180 9th St) - Community Programs at Risk
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https://www.njspotlight.com/2010/05/10-0523-1629/

Way back in the late 90s, my sons went to LCCS, which was then renting space in the recently demolished Boys and Girls Club. We were all might envious of this new space.

Posted on: 7/27 12:26
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Re: CERC Building Being Sold (180 9th St) - Community Programs at Risk
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Hi Everyone,

We're grateful if you've already signed our petition. We reached 550 signatures as of this morning, but we still have work to do.

Please help us get our goal reached of reopening the gym this fall.

Sign our petition or visit our new site at OpenCerc.com to see what else you can do to help.

Thank you, Coach Alex

P.S: Help us spread the word - please repost this to your social media platforms/JC Reddits/etc with our thanks!

Posted on: 7/27 12:24
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Re: CERC Building Being Sold (180 9th St) - Community Programs at Risk
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Do your homework, ask the city clerk for copy of the bond issued during the Schundler administration or read old copies of the Jersey Journal which did a story on this. Part of the headline was the fact that Schundler had senior citizens pack City Hall, they thought this was for them, instead, they learned the building was for is Golden Door Charter School which later moved to Journal Square. Before that, it was the site of Betz Brewery. Don't be lazy. If you want proof, dig for it.

Posted on: 7/27 2:20
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Re: CERC Building Being Sold (180 9th St) - Community Programs at Risk
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What you say is interesting, now prove it.
"I am sure" is bullcrap, if you are going to say things like that back it up or shut the f up.


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Yvonne wrote:
Taxpayers spent $5 million under the Schundler administration to create a "public space," also referred to as a community center. I am sure we are still paying that bond but the building was used for JC first charter school. As usual, the public was taken, Ward F still has their community center for public events.

Posted on: 7/27 0:49
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Re: CERC Building Being Sold (180 9th St) - Community Programs at Risk
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Taxpayers spent $5 million under the Schundler administration to create a "public space," also referred to as a community center. I am sure we are still paying that bond but the building was used for JC first charter school. As usual, the public was taken, Ward F still has their community center for public events.

Posted on: 7/25 15:07
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CERC Building Being Sold (180 9th St) - Community Programs at Risk
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Hi folks,

I'm asking for your help today. The CERC building at 180 9th Street is being sold by the JCRA to the County of Hudson. While the contract has been signed, the closing has been put on hold indefinitely because of the pandemic.

No new leases are being signed for any recreational program that operates out of the community center gym - including me, Bob Hurley's basketball clinics, martial arts, Hoopsville basketball, etc.

Once the sale is complete, there is also no guarantee that we will be allowed to run our community programs again from the site.

We've put together a petition to ask the JCRA to provide interim leases to our programs so we can start in September and have the county provide some guarantee that the community center will be available for our activities - programs that serve up to 800 kids and adults each week.

Please sign the petition and forward the link on to your contacts. Now more than ever we need safe recreational programs like the ones offered at the CERC gym.

Thank you!

Coach Alex, The Soccer Learning Center
SoccerLearningCenter.com
Providing Professional Coaching Since 2002
Petition Link: http://chng.it/sMWmsmGp

Posted on: 7/25 14:48
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Re: Another demo explosion 7/24/2020 around 5:45 AM
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Has a picture ….

Jersey City residents rocked by implosion at closed PSEG plant near Hackensack River

Updated 3:23 PM; Today 12:43 PM

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/07/jers ... ear-hackensack-river.html

Posted on: 7/24 19:33
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Re: Another demo explosion 7/24/2020 around 5:45 AM
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Posted on: 7/24 16:18
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Re: Another demo explosion 7/24/2020 around 5:45 AM
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Is that confirmed as being from demolition? I was also wide awake and it was LOUD, like some of the local thunder we had around here Wednesday evening, and that's what I had guessed it was-

Posted on: 7/24 15:52
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Re: Another demo explosion 7/24/2020 around 5:45 AM
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I was wondering what that explosion was. I was awake and heard it loud a clear. I was like WTF? I knew something blew up. Something big. But didn't know what.

Posted on: 7/24 14:59
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Another demo explosion 7/24/2020 around 5:45 AM
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.
Looks...err..I mean sounds like there was another demo explosion at the old Hudson Generating Station 110 VAN KEUREN AVE. last one was in March.

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These 2 retired coal plant sites in N.J. were just sold and will be transformed by a developer

Posted Jan 10, 2019

https://www.nj.com/news/2019/01/these- ... ormed-by-a-developer.html

Posted on: 7/24 11:37
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Re: Last night's thunderstorms
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All good here in HP. Did not see water coming out of pipes sneaking out of some properties by my place like I did during Fay so I assume the system did not reach capacity at least here - I have to say though, that I did not criss cross the neighborhood to check that trend. A friend of mine lost power for a short while close to the revolutionary cemetery. Let's hope we do not get a do over triple cream tonight.

Posted on: 7/23 22:12
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Drive-Through Zoo’s On The East Coast
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If you are interested in a fun socially distanced activity for the kiddos, drive through zoos would be perfect. The kids would totally enjoy this animal-filled experience with keeping safety in mind.

https://jcfamilies.com/drive-through-zoos-on-the-east-coast/

Posted on: 7/23 19:24
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Re: ****JERMAINE ROBINSON****
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Quote:

tern wrote:
Looks like he is trying to chase after someone outside and she is holding him back.

Robin.


To me it looked like he was having arguments with multiple imaginary people. He is looking past her in multiple directions and yelling and pointing.

Posted on: 7/23 19:17
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Re: ****JERMAINE ROBINSON****
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Looks like he is trying to chase after someone outside and she is holding him back.

Robin.

Posted on: 7/23 17:15
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Re: ****JERMAINE ROBINSON****
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Posted on: 7/23 15:50
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