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Re: Reliable company for new windows
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Weehawken Glass is really cheap but you do have to speak Spanish. There is a lady who speaks English that will call you back. You will sava a few hundred buckaroos with them

Posted on: 2010/7/18 11:14
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Re: Woman slams another woman's head into bar at Downtown J.C. restaurant
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Let's be honest.a lot of shady things happen in places downtown where the thugs from the ghetto decide to go. In Boca Grande, I was told a story that someone boosted a $20 off the bar that someone left to pay the bartender. Someone put the money on tha bar to pay the bartender in a crowded bar. He was tapped on the shoulder. When he turned his head there was no on there.When he turned back around the money was gone. Crap like that happens in the ghetto.Yuppies think a lot higher than that. If they are going to steal it is going to be for a lot more than a $20.

For those of you who choose to make this a racial beef don't waste your time. There is just as much classless white trash in Jersey city as there are from other races. In whole it is a poor ref;ection of they way people who grew up in Jersey City act.

Posted on: 2010/7/10 7:35
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Re: Groom-to-be killed in horrific harbor boat crash near Statue of Liberty, boozed-up driver arrested
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This guy was hardly drunk. He blew a .006. Pull over anyone driving home from a Beergarden and they will have higher alcohol in their blood

Posted on: 2010/7/5 4:26
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Re: Jersey City says savings from canceling July 4 fireworks will ensure funding for other summer events
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They should make private organizations pay for the parades. For example, the Ancient Order of Hibernians in NYC actually is the org responsible for the St. Patrick's Day Parade in NYC. Of course, the city has to pay for all those cops

Posted on: 2010/7/5 3:57
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Re: SEC charges Goldman Sachs with fraud on CDO's tied to subprime mortgages
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Xerxes wrote:
I'm SHOCKED...SHOCKED I tell you that a fine upstanding company like Goldman Sachs woould be involved in any financial shenanigans.
Afer all, arent' they the company that has provided virtually ALL the regualtors of the past few decades.
It is obvious that their first and foremost care is for the health of the American economy.

After all, would GS alumni likr Robert Rubin, Henry Paulson, Robert Fowler, Jon Corzine ever put personal financial interests above that of the nation?

Like I said...SHOCKED!

Is NOTHING sacred?

What's next, hedge fund managers who don't have their clients' interest at heart. I don't think I could bear that.


Hedge funds don't have clients, they have investors. In other words, the hedge fund managers and the investors have the same interest.TO MAKE MONEY

Posted on: 2010/7/4 20:16
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Re: Gov. Christie vs. NJEA (Video)
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teacher wrote:
Christie for president. Top 1% of tax payers pay more that the bottom 95% combined. I just read this fact. Our founding fathers never imagined this. Unions killing the US.
I predict, wealthy will take a residence in Cuba in time.


And the top 1% also has about 40% of the nation's wealth. They can afford to pay a little more than everyone else.

Also the Founding Fathers imagined that black people should only count as 3/5 of a person. So maybe we shouldn't take everything they envisioned as gospel.


Just because they can afford to pay higher taxes doesn't mean they should. I think it would have been wise if the states never gave voting rights to all its citizens. Perhaps if only land owners had the right to vote, municipal budgets wouldn't be so large. For example, Jersey City's budget has grown tremendously in the last 10 years. Perhaps if only people who paid property taxes voted on such things like the education budget, people wouldn't be so quick to vote for large, bloated budgets. Why should someone who doesn't pay property taxes vote NO on a large budget. They aren't paying for it so why should they care

Posted on: 2010/7/4 16:14
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Re: New NJ Pension Study
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Politicians don't want to run on thisissue because there are so many gov't workers now.NJ was a small gov't state 20 years ago but now it is as bad as NY. Dems pander to the municipal and teachers unions and Republicans talk about cutting but it is only lip sevice and they never actually do it. NJ just might default on their bonds one day.

Posted on: 2010/7/4 15:11
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Re: NY DAILY NEWS: Jersey City madam busted by feds, boasted that she had former Olympian as a hooker
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$800 sounds pricey for a whore.What do they cost in Vegas?

Posted on: 2010/7/4 15:05
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Re: Did You Know Your Taxes Went Up Again Today???
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You got to be kidding me. These people have to go.Pieces of crap

Posted on: 2010/7/3 10:50
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