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Re: towing at shoprite
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Ask to see Fred, the security guy at Shop Rite and he'll help you with surveillance footage.

Posted on: 2011/4/11 8:57
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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There are currently signs posted all over telephone poles and in the lobbies of buildings on Duncan, Fairview, Fairmont and JFK regarding a group of people who are photographing and filming people who are not picking up the poop. Their letters are a little on the ridiculous side (such as asking owners to only allow dogs to pee in the street and not in the grass or on tree stumps and sidewalks) but they claim that they will be forwarding their photos and videos to the police.

I placed a strand of bags in the alley way between 4th and 5th off of Jersey Ave last week and a considerable amount of them have been used and I'm stepping in less poop on my way home from the garage (plus my dog is finding less things to stop and sniff.) Hopefully this will make a few people who live in the ground level apartments in the alley a little happier.

Posted on: 2011/4/9 4:32
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Re: Injured Pigeon -- What to do?
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bodhipooh wrote:
UPDATE -- Took the pigeon to the Raptor Trust. Very friendly volunteer did the intake. We left the pigeon in their care. She might not make it, but we are hopeful.

To anyone who is interested, pay them a visit some day. Very friendly and welcoming, and their care and compassion for birds is quite evident.

Robin, we chose not to call Animal Control, as we have heard too many horror stories, and didn't want to wait around in the off-chance that someone may, or may not, come by.


raptor trust is great! had you called animal control today the bird would have gone to the vet first then to raptor trust.

Posted on: 2011/4/2 1:25
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Re: Pit bull rips part of scalp from skull of 12-year-old boy -- dog will be examined
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those dna tests can also be pretty bogus. check out some of the tests done on purebred animals. my dog's results came back as boston terrier/bulldog dominant with jack russell and saint bernard somewhere down the line. i'd love to buy it. i can see why your dog may have been mislabeled, but then again i've seen some dogs on petfinder labeled as "labrador mixes" when they are basically tan or all black pit bulls and show not a single lab trait aside from color.

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The simple reason why the Pit-Bull tops the cdc's list of top dangerous dogs lists, is that every unidentifiable mutt is classified a pit for the dramatic effect I've had so-called experts at LHS and other places get the id of dogs so totally wrong. I don't even own a pit. I thought I did, but a DNA test proved otherwise. Stop beating on the breed and start beating on the owners please.

Posted on: 2011/3/30 12:05
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Re: Rita & Joes kids menu
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I believe that's for catering. This has been my family's favorite restaurant for many years and we have had many parties in their back room. Kids always ate free when it was a catered event but never for regular dining. Hope that helps.

Posted on: 2011/3/28 6:04
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Re: Stolen Honda Civic (yes, another one)
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GrovePath wrote:
Top 10 rides least likely to be heisted for 2010:

1. Ford Freestyle - A.K.A.: Taurus X

2. Saturn Relay

3. Toyota Prius

4. Volvo V70

5. Ford Focus

6. Volkswagen New Beetle

7. Buick Terraza

8. Subaru Forrester

9. Buick Rainer

10. Mercedes E Class


Volkswagens are equipped with immobilizers so the likeliness of them being driven away is slim. Instead people just smash windows and look for presents in the glove boxes.

Posted on: 2011/3/28 5:58
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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Another reason people probably refrain from picking up their dog's poop, is the fact that there are hardly any public trashcans in Jersey City. I have been told by my landlord to NOT use our outdoor trashcans to dispose of my dog's poop bags (though I pay to live there). It is such a pain having to walk an extra few blocks to find a public trashcan late at night, when it is raining, when I am running late for work, etc. And, yes, I have brought this issue up with the city who could care less.

I really believe more public trashcans would help our rampant dog poop issue.


AGREED! i carry the poop bag home after parking my car and walking my dog home from the garage. it's only a block walk but if we had some cans on jersey ave that would help the people who actually pick up the poop (and throw their chip bags/pizza plates away.

Posted on: 2011/3/25 21:59
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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Kudos to the person who put a bag holder in the alley way between 4th & 4th/ Jersey & Coles. I will be filling it with fresh bags today. Nothing is worse than walking home from your garage late night and stepping in a soggy load.

Posted on: 2011/3/25 16:38
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Re: Lincoln Park Area: Woman used www.Hitmanforhire.com & then paid with paypal
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probably a "stolen" ex boyfriend who found someone new and ran off. looks like she would've been better off ordering a husband via paypal.

Posted on: 2011/3/23 15:58
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Re: Favorite Soup in JC
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any of the pho at nha trang place!

Posted on: 2011/3/22 0:58
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Re: Torico's Ice Cream
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I wish there was an alternative option to Torico's in town. They are way overpriced and super stingy on their cones. Ever have one of their milkshakes? Its pretty much 90% milk and 10% ice cream. Runniest shake I've ever had.


for many years i scooped ice cream and made cakes at magic fountain on the boulevard (which originally was a carvel.) an ice cream shop opened on india square (kwality ice cream i believe) and knocked us right out of business. everything we did was homemade so going to torico's reminds me of those days, just a bit pricier.

there's still amourville on central ave in the heights, but they seem to be more cake oriented than cones/shakes.

Posted on: 2011/3/19 21:06
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Re: $865 per month - Gracious Urban Living! WATERFRONT 1 bedroom CONDO!
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sounds like the awesome 1 bedroom i found in hamilton park for $950 and the "owner" lives conveniently in wisconsin, doing missionary work. right-o. i'll send him a western union or money gram immediately! lol

Posted on: 2011/3/2 8:05
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Re: Renting my condo; advice needed
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my current lease indicates "1 dog and two cats and nothing else."i think that's a good policy, or doing a pet deposit just in case.

like r_pinkowitz said, if people leave the place a wreck it is because they are pigs.

Posted on: 2011/2/12 14:15
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Re: Caution Dog Walkers
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The littlest one that follows behind the pack is about 15-16 years old from what I've heard around the neighborhood. She is very well known in the park.

Posted on: 2011/2/9 9:38
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Re: Registered Deed
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go to 595 newark ave with proof of the condo being paid off and all of your paperwork. i think they are on the first floor, room 104 maybe? i used to do deeds but only for the sheriff, so i'm not that informative on it but i used to have to send people upstairs all the time for non-foreclosure deeds.

Posted on: 2011/2/4 17:53
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Re: HELP: Looking for a 1 bedroom apt in Downtown Jersey City for less than $700 per month
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good luck with that one. the only places i was able to find anything under 800 were in greenville and bergen lafayette.

Posted on: 2011/1/23 20:07
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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i don't see much poop on 4th where i am but i see tons of it on jersey ave, and especially in the alley ways between jersey and coles where the parking garages are. so not cool having to pull your car out at night and stepping in a load.

Posted on: 2011/1/13 0:35
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Re: An Aldi store would be great for JC
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same company as trader joe's too. i hit up aldi anytime i'm near neptune or south plainfield.

Posted on: 2011/1/12 19:39
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Re: Seven students arrested in riot outside Dickinson High during lunch dismissal
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my car got hit with a few snowballs from ferris trash today. aside from it being wrong to throw anything at a vehicle, my high school would have expelled us for that kind of behavior.

Posted on: 2011/1/8 7:33
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Re: The Blizzard of '10 Awards
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I'd like to give an award to the person who pulled up behind me while I was unloading pieces of a large ikea book case into my hallway. I got back in the car, drove around the block to continue and they came behind me again as if there were going to be magical parking spots emptying out. Common sense people, there's nowhere to park. It took 5 trips around the block to get everything inside and then another hour to find a parking spot.

Posted on: 2010/12/30 4:02
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Re: Car Accident on 3rd & Erie - - Be Careful!
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i just spent almost the whole day driving in this mess all over jersey city taking care of my pet sitting clients who had their flights delayed until tomorrow evening....if you must go out, take the main streets that are clean:

newark ave
montgomery st.
grand/communipaw ave.
jfk boulevard
central ave
palisade ave


west side ave and all of the greenville side streets were a death trap.

erie i didn't even bother.

i'm up on tonnele right now, staying for the night and that was a mess just getting to canco lofts.

baldwin ave/webster was very slippery and people were generally not courteous of us slow drivers who actually want to keep our cars.

hopefully it's cleaned up by the morning. drive safe everyone!!!

Posted on: 2010/12/26 22:03
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Re: My car was stolen on Van Vorst St. in Paulus Hook
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most of my friends who had their cars stolen in jersey city eventually found them after they were repeatedly ticketed and booted. since it's a honda, your chances of getting it back with all of the expensive parts may be slim, but keep an eye out on pine st. and monitor st. in bergen lafayette. those were the streets a few friends cars were found on. also, keep calling the municipal court to see if any tickets have found their way onto your dashboard. they can probably help you out with the location of where it was ticketed if that's the case.

good luck to you. i've had all of my cars broken into but never stolen. i couldn't even imagine what it's like not knowing where your car is.

Posted on: 2010/12/17 19:39
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Re: Pet Supply Store
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Quote:

Ms_Taggart wrote:
Maybe a slight tangent....but I thought worth sharing.

We recently got a dog and I must say I am SHOCKED by how expensive the dog poo pickup bags are. I got my first set at Canis Minor, but even PetSmart ones aren't that cheap. After 20 minutes of searching, I found a "janitorial supplies" website and was able to order a set of 2,000 small trashbags for $16 (compared to 240 for $16 on Petsmart.com) That is savings of about $130. I'll let you guys know if they are sturdy enough or if I just threw away $16...


i buy bulk packs of them at walmart sometimes...a little cheaper. also, those bags that the newspapers and ads that conveniently end up the porch work well too. i use my shopping bags to scoop the cat litter, but i don't really like using them to pick up dog poop since they tend to have holes from transporting the bags and items that poke through them.

Posted on: 2010/12/11 5:51
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Re: Beware of Dog!!
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were both dogs leashed when this occurred?

Posted on: 2010/12/6 15:50
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Re: Jersey City Police Department lay offs and budget cuts
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why don't they cut some of the "ranks" out of the parking authority? is there a need for these guys to be riding in brand new suv's while boasting captain, lieutenant, sergeant, and officer ranks?

there is no reason these "officers" need these large and expensive vehicles when they are are only writing tickets and putting boots on cars. if anything, shouldn't they be riding in smart cars and scooters?

Posted on: 2010/12/2 23:39
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Re: Local Pet Care Provider Passed
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so sad :(

Posted on: 2010/11/9 23:59
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Re: Ducky's and Dumplings
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i go to tasty dumpling on mulberry pretty much any time i go to chinatown. if that's what these guys are cooking up, then it will definitely be a good spot to pick up some stuff to go.

Posted on: 2010/10/29 8:04
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Re: Wolves in Liberty State Park
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What color were they? I have seen packs of feral dogs there in the past few years.

Posted on: 2010/10/12 4:39
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Re: Mayor Healy’s daughter sworn in as Assistant Prosecutor…
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i grew up with catherine (and also her brother.) they were always good kids. so despite who her father is i wish her well.

Posted on: 2010/10/5 4:59
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Re: In need of a dog walker
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Maryann/Nelson and Nina get a tie vote from me :)

Posted on: 2010/9/29 18:14
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