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Re: Teacher Protests Disturbing Neighborhood
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Small kids protesting for teachers? Somebody call the feds.

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Re: Today's Package Thief Alert
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Some have thought of using exploding dye packs. I would love to see that video.

Posted on: 12/29 12:49
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Re: 4k/UHD vs. LED TV's
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You probably won't notice the 'pop' going from 1080p to UHD unless you have a larger screen and fully working HDR. Once you do, you won't be going back and you will feel the pain in realizing not everything is UHD yet.

Posted on: 12/29 12:43
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Re: Police Pursuit ends in fiery crash in Jersey City Heights
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Oops, we beat up the wrong guy. Funny thing is, even if you beat up the 'right' guy, the city will still get sued and we all end up paying for it. Is it too much to ask for them to just do their jobs with composure? First rule of police work should be to not act like the thugs you are arresting. Is that too much to ask nowadays?

Posted on: 12/29 12:37
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Re: Today's Package Thief Alert
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I always felt a little more responsibility wouldn't hurt and a little vigilance goes a long way. If you aren't there to accept your package to the minute, then have it relocated to a safe box/depot. Or... you can go crazy and do/buy what this guy has.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=do3qhctywZs

Either way, it may be good for laughs or a visit from Homeland. Who knows, it may even start a shootout. Just don't forget to post it on youtube.

Posted on: 12/24 13:07
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Re: Lawsuit alleges ex-employee endured sexual assault, harassment at N.J. eatery (WB)
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So they literally gave up pussy a year ago? Case closed.

Posted on: 12/24 12:58
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Re: Rep. Albio Sires & Net Neutrality
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Congress can apparently countermand the FCC with a CRA (Congressional Review Act) so keep the pressure on Congress if you want net neutrality to survive.

Posted on: 12/14 13:31
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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Sensible reform is always welcome, but simply doing away with chain migration is ridiculous. The 'best and brightest' may not even want to come here if they can't bring their family over. My point is to not make bizarre conclusions because one jackass decided to terrorize subway riders. Politics has nothing to do with it, it is pure math.

As for changes to chain migration, sure. After going through all the background checks, the legal fees, etc. It would be nice to have less wait time. Some people wait decades. The system is capped yearly so lengthy waits are unavoidable but 20+ years? That's crazy.

Posted on: 12/14 12:12
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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Yeah, and discussing with insults and general lack of facts to back up your policies, let alone some statistical numbers is what? More like your kind of game? Not sure what conservatives are nowadays but they used to be smarter and more rational.

Nobody is justifying a crime here. I didn't cite illegal immigration out of thin air. It's a fact that it exists because the market exists. You want to bury your head in the sand, do it at your own thread. Let me know what is really wrong with chain immigration and why the work of one criminal suddenly invalidates decades of accepted practices where millions of productive lives have been brought into this country. Keep talking about your tribal nonsense as if that has any bearing to the facts.

Posted on: 12/12 23:18
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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Quote:

Monroe wrote:
We must admit we need limits and security re:immigration. Given that we can only assimilate X number of people lets insist on the best and the brightest, not another failed livery cab driver like the Bangladeshi subway bomber.


And as I have said, if 'we' ever did that, Donald Trump wouldn't even exist. A comforting thought but unrealistic. There is no one criteria for 'best and the brightest' and when it comes to realistic needs, we won't always have a need for those. More than ever, farmers have need for low skill labor. Do you plan on leaving your job to fill that void? I don't think so. There is a reason there is a market for illegal immigration in this country and it's not because we have a desperate need for the 'best and brightest.'

And here's the kicker. The vast majority of countries that chain migrants come from aren't from areas where jihadis live. Hell they're not even Muslim. Talk about a dumb knee jerk reaction.

Posted on: 12/12 22:46
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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Let me just add that, in place of chain migration, you sobs want a solely merit based migration? Ok, fine. Lets apply that to Mary Anne MacLeod. She's a migrant from Scotland with and 8th grade education. She wants to enter the US as a maid. I think she fails the merit test with such low prospects and more of a possible drain to the economy, right? While as tempting a prospect that would be for Trump haters, we wouldn't be the country we are now if such a system was in place decades ago. And yes, they were are more lax back then compared to now. Mary would have a hard time and a much longer wait with the current system. She may just miss out on Fred.

Posted on: 12/12 14:02
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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Destroyed because one out of 23 people ended up being a criminal? Hyperbole much? So what happens to the other 22 who happen to be non criminals and are otherwise leading quiet and productive lives? We know that in everything we do here in America, just like with legal immigration, there will be some bad apples. That doesn't mean Law Enforcement with a few dirty cops is suddenly destroying America. Or maybe it is, and you are just picking and choosing what suits your politics. I like to think that America is much stronger than the weak dumpster-fire that you and Trump like to portray.

Just for shits, why don't you tell me when the USA didn't have chain immigration and tell us just how lovely and so much greater it is to now? Because that's what you want right? Eliminate chain immigration?

Posted on: 12/12 13:26
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Re: Pipe Bomb went off in Port Authority in Mamhattan - only bomber injuried
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Spot on for what? Being an idiot as usual? Chain immigration has its problems, namely, it is already far too strict and lengthy process. Gone are the days when Italians can bring mama to the States before she croaked.

Lets focus on the crime here which is domestic terrorism. The guy has been here since 2011. So unless the FBI can prove the guy was some genius ISIS agent who took his sweet ass time to blow himself up in comical fashion then the stringent process of screening chain migrants worked just fine. Is the guy on a watch list? Nope. Seems to me, the guy got radicalized here, for whatever stupid reason one has for blowing himself and innocent people in the process.

Compared to other much worse domestic terrorists we've had lately, this guy is a joke but since he's Muslim and an immigrant, let's talk about immigration policy. /smh So are we done talking about guns control yet after that massacre in Las Vegas? No?

Posted on: 12/12 12:13
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Re: Child fatally struck by car in Jersey City, sources say
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Enough already. What else will it take for the city to take pedestrian safety seriously? And, for proper enforcement of existing laws? The streets all over JC are very, very dangerous and stressful. If I have to drive, I find myself heading out of town to run my errands just so I can try and avoid some of the craziness.


Sadly, it is usually when kids die and outrage boils over that something happens. Like what happened on Kennedy Blvd. last year.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... y_beefing_up_traffic.html

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Very sad... curious if the driver did the typical thing of pausing to let a group of people crossby to the plaza then stepping on the gas forward without regard to other new people stepping off the curb heading in the same direction.


I wouldn't be surprised. I see stuff like that happen in front of the pedestrian lanes between Newport Mall and the parking lot.

Posted on: 2017/10/29 9:40
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I see no statistical data to back up your claim. If we go all the way back in history, I can easily claim not only more cases but also a far more institutional practice that never gets public notice. It is a far more insidious but hardly ever mentioned because the rich and the powerful make it that way.

Affirmative action is not always invoked, race is only one of the many factors considered. On the other hand, legacy admission is by far the most arbitrary decision that can only be made by money and connections.

I think it's a no-brainer which is worse and should be dealt with first. When it actually becomes a true meritocracy that money can no longer buy, then you can take off affirmative action, not before.

Posted on: 2017/8/3 18:26
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Next? It's a far older practice than affirmative action! It should be first and foremost but it seems to be no big deal to you? They could even deal with it at the same time, but nooo, not even a mention. Affirmative action was a reaction to segregationist policies and white privilege practices like legacy admissions. I think it is only right to first remove the primary evil before removing the necessary evil.

Posted on: 2017/8/3 18:01
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Pitting one minority group against another is the best distraction the majority, especially the powerfully rich, can come up with to hide their BS. Asians should be just as pissed about the white privileged getting in through legacy admissions or any other but nooo, let's focus on the tiny scraps that other minorities get over them. I argue that there are just as many people aggrieved by affirmative action as by legacy admissions. I dare you to prove otherwise. I ask again, where is the Department of Justice on legacy admissions? Why are the Kushners and Trumps of the world getting ahead of the Jias? I think if we take away affirmative action, you will truly see how ugly legacy admissions really are.

Now back to Trump, "Grand jury issues subpoenas related to June 2016 Trump Tower meeting"

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/gra ... ng-report/article/2630570

Posted on: 2017/8/3 17:44
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I wish affirmative action doesn't have a racial component but since race is still very much tied to the socio-economic component which I think should be the deciding factor on who gets helped by this policy, then I don't have a problem with it. I wish affirmative action can help poor white kids of comparable academics scores or better to be admitted over the other white kids who got in easily because their daddy is a Trump, but sure, let's focus on the those minorities who 'stole' their spot. White people have been screwing each other all the time based on 'legacy' admissions but I don't see the Justice Dept investigating that any time soon.

Posted on: 2017/8/3 15:21
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Who knew Trump is a liar, a cheat, and a con-man? Everyone in New Jersey at the very least should know. I have no sympathy for anyone who voted for him in the Northeast. You might have had the unfortunate choice of voting between two douchebags but you still voted for the biggest one so congrats. The irony is, Trump must have been right because you have to be on some serious meds to have voted for him.

Posted on: 2017/8/3 13:27
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Re: Trump Our New President
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It just goes to show that Trump and his retard followers would do just about anything to distract from more Russia talk, including the hypocrisy of citing 'fake news.'

And once again, more useless 'policies' that will die in the courts. Just like the recent attempt to curb legal immigration which Congress wouldn't even look at. Please, anything but Russia talk and those sanctions I didn't want to sign!

Posted on: 2017/8/2 14:38
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Thankfully, we still have Bannon and his extraordinary abilities.

The question now is will the new guy be the next one out? I'm giving him about a month.

http://www.cnn.com/2017/07/31/politic ... one-call-angry/index.html

Posted on: 2017/7/31 15:00
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Forget his wife, what about all his old tweets?

Posted on: 2017/7/31 14:46
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Re: Trump Our New President
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You didn't know what he did? He was the Chief of ass-kissing until 'The Mooch' came along. His job became redundant and The Smooch was a much better ass-kisser and overall scumbag. Trump sure knows how to pick 'em.

Posted on: 2017/7/29 16:05
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Re: Trump Our New President
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From the same article:

Moreover, the Trump Justice Department, after dismissing former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara, subsequently settled a case for Veselnitskaya's client very much in their favor. That settlement earlier this spring is now highly suspicious, given this week's revelations. In my personal opinion, it's the most suspicious act to date in the whole panoply of much-denounced Trump behaviors with regard to Russia, perhaps even moreso than the firing of James Comey.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/dem ... an-lawyer/article/2628454

Thanks for pointing out more shady stuff from the Trumps! Maybe Trump Jr. didn't come out with nothing from that meeting. The Russian lawyer sure seems to have gotten a lot from it.

Posted on: 2017/7/16 10:16
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Re: Trump Our New President
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You have to be really dumb to think this was a simple hack. Podesta was targeted, do you know of any other person out there whose emails was outed by Russians directed by Putin? And as I've already stated, Podesta wasn't the only one hacked by the Russians. It's really quite amazing how Trumptards keep blaming victims in their efforts to deflect from all the lies and coverups committed by the Trumps. Don't worry, because no matter what you do the Trumps will continue to keep doing stupid stuff.

Reading comprehension? Maybe you should choose to think before you type nonsense like this: "Podesta turning over his password to the Russians"

And as it turns out, it wasn't even Podesta's fault.

http://thehill.com/policy/cybersecuri ... caused-podesta-email-hack

Posted on: 2017/7/16 9:08

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Re: Trump Our New President
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All this talk of Podesta is self serving nonsense. According tot he FBI, the Republicans were also hacked by the Russians but they obviously picked a side. You have to be the dumbest person on earth if you think Podesta colluded with the Russians to destroy his candidate. I mean seriously, where the hell do you get your information? Trump Jr? You do know the hacked emails were from a Google account, right? Try using simple passwords and see what happens.

Posted on: 2017/7/16 8:54
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Trump fans shouldn't be talking about emails and incompetence for that matter.

Posted on: 2017/7/15 19:59
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Sure, bring them all in. You can even have a double Chalupa. Bring in all the suspects, including the sitting President and Putin too. I'm sure we can get to the bottom of this once we have all the suspects.


Posted on: 2017/7/15 16:47
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Ukraine and Russian interference are equivalent? Sure, then by all means lets bring up Trump Jr., Manafort, Kushner and this Chalupa lady on charges of collusion. Seems like a fair deal to me!

Posted on: 2017/7/15 13:42
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I'm surprised you didn't say President Obama tried to kidnap a baby while you're at it with your fake crap. In the meantime, President Trump is getting hosed by his own idiot son's emails. No one really to blame here but themselves.

The Russians may have had an agenda but Trump Jr. took the meeting. End of story.

Posted on: 2017/7/11 14:25
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