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Re: What do the Kushners own in Jersey City?
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Re: 2017 Reval ~ Property Inspections
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This is one of the more egregious examples of a building being under assessed:

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And overpriced.

Posted on: 5/23 14:51
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Re: New York Times -- The Death and Life of Jersey City (5/5/17)
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huh as if JC is one of a kind with stuff like that. these are quite usual things. I'm not sayint they are normal, but there's nothing extraordinary about it and I can't see what's the problem


Exactly. It's not extraordinary. It's ordinary and boring. They should call Jersey City, Bay-yawn, Hobok-Like or Staten Try-land. A big opportunity was missed on the waterfront and Newark Ave. is unimaginative. Well, they got the puke and the extra drunk drivers they were craving.

Posted on: 5/11 18:27
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Re: Dog Shit
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There's a new dog/awful owner in town, and that shit is HUGE.

In recent weeks, in a three block radius around Erie/Jersey/2nd, enormous piles of poop are left behind on the daily.

If you know someone who just got a great dane, and who's a jerk, please hip him/her to the poop scoop protocol.

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Seems like your post and the post before yours might be the same guy?


How so? The previous guy is talking of shit over by the Embankment on Coles and 6th, and the other guy is talking about shit on 2nd between Erie and Jersey. Some dogs will poop two or three times in a walk, but not that far apart.

Most likely, you are just seeing young pups acquired during the holiday season growing into adult dogs and starting to poop more substantially. That, or perhaps newcomers in the immediate area. With luck, they will change. Otherwise, you are looking at a serious problem. One single bad dog owner unwilling to pick up after his dog will make a sidewalk nearly unusable in short time. We dealt with this some years ago in my previous neighborhood, where a single guy with a massive dog was refusing to pick up after his dog and, in a matter of weeks, the sidewalk was essentially covered from end to end, making it impossible to walk on it until heavy rains would wash it off.


He could be spreading the love? Maybe he goes to the embankment now because he feels it's less traveled and there are not as many prying eyes?

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Re: Dog Shit
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There's a new dog/awful owner in town, and that shit is HUGE.

In recent weeks, in a three block radius around Erie/Jersey/2nd, enormous piles of poop are left behind on the daily.

If you know someone who just got a great dane, and who's a jerk, please hip him/her to the poop scoop protocol.

Thanks!


Seems like your post and the post before yours might be the same guy?

Posted on: 5/11 11:11
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Re: New York Times -- The Death and Life of Jersey City (5/5/17)
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I love these cute articles about JC.

Here is what I experienced on Cinco de mayo living around Newark Ave.

I walked up through the pedestrian plaza around 9:30PM going to to Newark and Coles to check in on a cat. I was cat sitting. Already at that time there were drunks all over the pedestrian plaza.

On my way back to Mercer and Marin, where I live, I walked down Columbus hoping to avoid the drama on Newark Ave around 10:30pm. On Columbus, I ran into a woman, bursting out of her clothes, vomiting all over the sidewalk. Her boyfriend, or guy she was with, ran away from her and into traffic on Columbus and almost caused an accident. Great guy.

I get back to my apartment to find two guys in sombreros pissing on the side of my building. They could have gone into Krispy Kreme and urinated there into a proper toilet.

The neighborhood has become like a college town. I get that it was cinco de mayo and whatnot that night. But please... The drunks on Newark ave are spilling over into the surrounding areas. Now with Uber, these people are coming into town from all over the place and have no respect for the neighbors.

Things seem to be feeling more and more like Hoboken. I'm not trying to sound like a crotchey old F^&%, but I see way too much puke on the sidewalk these days when going to work!


This is what the newbie youngsters wanted. Well, they're not gonna be newbies and youngsters very much longer and they'll see the light when this sh*t affects their QoL. Congrats J.C. you've hit the big time. Ordinariness.

Posted on: 5/11 11:04
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Re: Man punched, robbed in Jersey City after night of drinking, cops say (Downtown)
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just think of all the Bro cred he'll get telling his Boken buddies about how he got robbed while hammered in Jersey City. "Dude I was so wasted I couldn't even tell the cops where it happened man..."

Sadly this story will serve as a case study for the JC hooligans showing how to rob drunk targets late night in DTJC...


You seem to have more of a problem with the victim the the attackers. I bet you're a great neighbor always keeping it real. Moron


99% this is black on white violent crime (robbery counts) and mfadam is a flaming "progressive," hence you see the blame the white guy victim strategy.


Where does it say that the attackers were black or that the victim was white?


Where does anyone state that the attacker was black?


Or that the victim was white?

Posted on: 5/7 18:45
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Re: Fulop: despite Trump, Jersey City remains 'welcoming' to immigrants
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Is anyone shocked that the activist CA judge was a campaign funding bundler for Obama who delivered hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations?

(The same judge also ruled against the group that released the Planned Parenthood baby parts selling video-while the judge's wife is a well known pro-abortion activist!).


$200,000 collected plus $30,000 of his own money in 2008. No one ever heard of his wife but wacko Neo-Con websites looked up every snippet of info on her including what videos she "liked" on Youtube. Stop being a hysterical Grandma.


The "judge" is a biased political hack who has no business being on the bench.

Like Monroe said, let's see what happens when these activist decisions get reviewed by a real court.


You two know nothing.

Posted on: 4/28 22:27
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Re: Fulop: despite Trump, Jersey City remains 'welcoming' to immigrants
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Is anyone shocked that the activist CA judge was a campaign funding bundler for Obama who delivered hundreds of thousands of dollars in donations?

(The same judge also ruled against the group that released the Planned Parenthood baby parts selling video-while the judge's wife is a well known pro-abortion activist!).


$200,000 collected plus $30,000 of his own money in 2008. No one ever heard of his wife but wacko Neo-Con websites looked up every snippet of info on her including what videos she "liked" on Youtube. Stop being a hysterical Grandma.

Posted on: 4/26 9:20
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Re: Heads Up - JCPD Driving Enforcement - Corner of 9th/Manila
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Why, of all people, would "JerseyMom" tip people off? Horrible drivers need to pay the price. Literally.

Posted on: 4/22 15:41
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Re: Hey Hipster Bikers (& Kids) - Wear Your Helmets!
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So many people waiting for organ donors. The more the merrier, in a variety of sizes.


You made this joke three times already. We get it.


It's not a joke.

Posted on: 4/21 6:42
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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I doubt that autism and learning disabilities etc. are on the rise. It's more about the lack of diagnosing and acknowledging such things back in the day. Adults and children with major issues were usually totally ignored and fell through the cracks of society into a hellish life or were locked away in institutions. Others who had mild symptoms simply adapted and survived doing whatever they fell into for what passed as a job. Some became world renowned scientists or writers or whatever.

Posted on: 4/18 20:28
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Re: Hey Hipster Bikers (& Kids) - Wear Your Helmets!
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So many people waiting for organ donors. The more the merrier, in a variety of sizes.

Posted on: 4/17 20:59
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Re: Hey Hipster Bikers (& Kids) - Wear Your Helmets!
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There are plenty of sick children waiting for organs too.

Posted on: 4/16 10:23
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Re: Hey Hipster Bikers (& Kids) - Wear Your Helmets!
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Just fill out your organ donor card.

Posted on: 4/15 23:22
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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No I am not dense, psyop. You live in denial. If a man commits adultery against his wife and has an affair in a motel, you blame the man, not the motel. Likewise, it was convenient to blame the church, yes, it does share some blame especially if this happened before. But you blame the gay priest who victimized the boy/teen. That aspect has been lost on attacking the church. Gay priests, not heterosexual priests committed these crimes. You are upset because I point out the truth.


That's the funniest goddamned thing ever!!

Posted on: 4/15 19:54
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Where are all the libtards now that Trump is bombing Syria?


Probably preparing the impeachment papers?

Posted on: 4/14 10:53
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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devilsadvocate, so the protection of children/women in public restrooms is not your concern. Apparently, you don't care that sexual perverts will use this including transgender women formerly men who rape, beat and kill. I guess you are a defender of rapists.

http://pix11.com/2015/04/14/woman-rap ... -at-manhattan-bar-police/

http://www.wboc.com/story/7864451/den ... rape-of-64-year-old-woman


Yeah, that's a reach as far as Transgender goes.

Posted on: 4/13 7:30
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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I think all these tough guy Rebubs should probably tell us what their real fears and issues are.

http://www.bluelight.org/vb/threads/7 ... I-feel-violated-and-raped

Posted on: 4/11 9:08
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Re: Journal Square towers - 808 Pavonia behind the Loew's Jersey Theatre
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Jersey City. When you wanna be cool like Brooklyn but just end up looking like Flushing.

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Posted on: 4/11 8:37
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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I just heard the news on News 12 NJ, Governor Christie has issued a challenged for politicans to give money to St. Anthony HS. While this is late and perhaps will not help, it is more that our mayor and city government did. At least Christie recognize this special school in our state.


Screw that! Let the alumni or, better yet, The Pope save them.

Posted on: 4/7 12:50
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Re: Another Dickinson Street Brawl - on Monday
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Cops have to start using flash-bang grenades to stun these punks and then arrest or move them along.

Posted on: 4/6 12:31
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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The only solution will be to restore ferry services. The PATH Train is doomed.

Did I miss something? Ferries still run. They cost $8 per ride, because they're privately operated.

You also have to get to them. That's easy for people in Newport and Paulus Hook; difficult for everyone else downtown; effectively worthless for the rest of JC.


On this, we agree... we do have ferry service. In fact, there are five ferry terminals from which people could hop onto a ferry: three are downtown, one is in LSP, and the other is in Port Liberté. But, I should note, Newport lost its ferry terminal after Sandy, and NY Waterway chose not to bring it back.


Exactly. If it is restored the walk to the ferry is maybe 2 extra minutes from the PATH station at Newport.

Posted on: 4/6 12:15
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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So basically, the "Church" is taking the money and running.

Rome: "Screw the kids!"

Priests: "Do you think we have time?"

http://www.hpnajc.org/News/4548492

Posted on: 4/6 12:10
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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St. Anthony High School had a national reputation for producing outstanding basketball players.


Thanks.


Yeah, we just assumed they liked tall students...

Posted on: 4/5 18:05
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Re: 1984 at the Loew's theatre
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I went to the showing of 1984 at the Loew's last night. It was a presentation with discussion to follow. All in all, an admirable attempt at a community gathering. As one of the speakers latter opined, there is a need for people to come out for this type of an event so that the arts can be supported from within by those who want to see them flourish.
Unfortunately there wasn't enough time for a lengthy back and forth between audience, moderator and the panel. Had it started an hour earlier I think that the public would have been better served. There was an interesting and enlightened group at the dais who could have given so much more if they had the time.
The film was shown in the right theater. When it comes to remembrance of a grand past reduced to border line squalor we were right at home. I know of what I speak having spent my boyhood years there a half century ago.
When will the "Friends" give over the place to an entity that can bring it back to more of a semblance of what it was. There is still so much grandeur that can be re-presented to the public.
As it stands, it is a downright embarrassment.
I have been attending vintage showings since the reopening of the theater, and I can't believe how little improvement has been accomplished. And yes, I know it was a Herculean effort just to get the place reopened and cleaned for habitation, but come on!!!

Every time I see that damned silly organ pop up and play the inane music that just wastes time I wonder why the funds weren't given over to an air filtration system or air conditioning for the building? No matter how I plead with my wife to accompany me to a showing (and she has in the past) she won't enter the place again because of the mustiness and the filth of the ages that has yet to be removed. Last night as I sat down I realized how right she is. As I gazed at the walls and the ceilings and the upper levels I realized that the dusty air within and the odor of decay cannot be allowed to linger if the theater ever wants to become a place of entertainment value.

I could go on and on, and yes, I appreciate the valor and fortitude in the effort of the volunteers in the comeback they are trying to efface there, but someone has to come to reason and see that filth must be removed from a public gathering place first for the enjoyment of the public.

That silly organ sure gleams though.


Ummmm. Grab a broom?

Posted on: 4/5 10:37
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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The only solution will be to restore ferry services. The PATH Train is doomed.

Posted on: 4/5 10:34
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Re: A piece of old Jersey City that might interest you
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Those guys really aren't old enough to be "pioneers". They seem more like enthusiasts who came along after the golden era.

Posted on: 4/4 10:43
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Re: Russell Maffei and Marie Tauro Killed by Hit & Run Driver
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Probably drunk. Just shoot the driver.

Posted on: 4/3 14:33
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Re: Chris Christie 'Suspiciously Connected' To Revenge Traffic Jam
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Unlike Hillary, our Governor didn't destroy 30,000 incriminating emails-in fact, he handed over every single email, text, paper communication to both State and Federal prosecutors, as well as the dog and pony Whizzy and Whiney 'investigators'.

And even Obama's Justice Department could find no evidence connecting our Governor to the traffic jam on the GWBridge access road.

If our Governor's innocence is good enough for President Obama and AG's Holder and Lynch it should be good enough for us. In any case, he's still our Governor-I remember some here were demanding a recall-how'd that work out?


As well as President Christie?

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