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Re: Newark ave new lane marking near cemetary entrance
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It's incredible confusing having to take a really wide swing like that, and I think it was irresponsible of the city to paint it without putting up stanchions or a divider of some kind. You're right that someone is going to get into a head-on collision soon. I imagine they did it to reduce the speed of people going down Newark Ave, but that huge left swing is very strange.

Posted on: 2017/12/5 11:07
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Re: Confucius Asian Bistro in Newport -- Closed
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well, the only Chinese in the Newport area is Panda Express in the mall, correct? Unless I'm missing something.

Posted on: 11/26 22:43
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Re: Anyone know what happened to Jack Miller's Pub near JSQ?
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Closed down over the summer iircQuote:

Chris_NJ wrote:
so what neighborhood old time bars still exist?

Park Tavern, Astor Bar...anything else?

Grapevine

Posted on: 11/23 9:58
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Re: Man Found Stabbed in the Chest in Jersey City (Newark ave between Grove and Erie)
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Probably because it would be bad press for them and unless they're involved at all it's not really relevant. If someone gets stabbed outside a residence, should they mention who lives at the residence?

Posted on: 11/20 22:40
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Re: Tripping Over Tombstones
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is it more disrespectful than an abandoned cemetery overgrown with weeds and infested with groundhogs burrowing into the burial sites?

Posted on: 11/14 23:35
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Re: I Wonder Why Bill Matsikoudis' website fails to mention
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Obviously it's a gigantic conspiracy, as we all know, mid-level workers at JP Morgan are where the real power lies.

Posted on: 10/23 15:15
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Re: New owner/landlord isn't cashing rent checks
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do you think I'm stupid? You want him to pay me after I leave the property?
chill out dude, this is a common thing. You would have the landlord put the money into escrow and sign an agreement to essentially buy you out of the apartment. If they're going to boot you out or make your life hell, might be a better option to take payment to leave. Lol at $22,000 not being shit and demanding $100,000 to leave. If $22,000 is small change for you then why are you living in such a cheap apartment? Damn dude. You're being extremely hostile to people that are offering advice.

There's not much you can do really except establish a paper trail of mail with receipts showing the checks have been delivered, along with a record of your phone calls and emails. If the landlord continues not to pay I would definitely recommend an escrow account or other account so you don't accidentally spend it.

If they try to evict you for non-payment of rent, the judge will
A: ask you if you have the rent at the time of the court meeting, at which point you'll be allowed to pay it (generally you only have until 4:30PM of the court day) and they will deny the eviction proceeding.
B: tell the landlord to fuck off for trying to pull this.

So long as you keep the money handy and available, you can not be evicted. You'll be fine.

Posted on: 10/10 23:57
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Re: How to get back rent from a tenant who was evicted?
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Yes I read the thread. None of this is a simple process and involves a fair amount of time and hassle. If it's 15k in back rent it's hardly worth it. If it's significantly more then perhaps. But you'll still have to go through the process of obtaining a judgment, executing on the judgment, etc. We don't know much info, but if a tenant skipped on rent for as long as the poster implied they may not have stable employment.
whoo boy $15k in rent that's no slim pickings. I assume you missed a decimal point.

This is my first time dealing with eviction so I'm trying to learn as much as possible about it now. They will end up owing a few thousand, which if it ends up taking half a day or a full day in court could be worth it to me. Really depends on how much effort it is, but a part of me wants to go through the process anyway to learn for the future.

Posted on: 9/25 23:32
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Re: How to get back rent from a tenant who was evicted?
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I'll report back if we go that route. Hopefully they will just make payments without dragging it out, but I doubt it considering what's been going on. I know for a fact that a couple of them are currently employed so wage garnishment seems like the best route, and from what I've read it shouldn't be too difficult.

Posted on: 9/25 15:10
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Re: How to get back rent from a tenant who was evicted?
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Thanks for the info. Does that mean I'm going to have to go back to court with this guy, or is it just filling out some paperwork? And do you know how difficult it is to garnish their wages? I have a feeling they would just ignore the debt otherwise.

Posted on: 9/25 9:13
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How to get back rent from a tenant who was evicted?
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Was wondering if anyone has experience with this? Tenant is about to be evicted for non-payment of rent, and I'm wondering what my options are for getting the owed rent paid to us, as it's a significant amount and I kinda have to pay the mortgage. Since we have a court judgement in our favor, can I ask the state to garnish their wages? Should I just look up a collections agency and have them handle it?

Posted on: 9/24 23:13
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Re: Cop protest escalates feud between Jersey City police union, mayor
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The hostile relationship between Fulop and the JCPOBA became public in June when the mayor called for the termination of police officers involved in a high-speed pursuit that ended when officers kicked a man who turned out to be an innocent crash victim, an episode caught on video by a witness.


Cops pick the most inappropriate hills to die on. That was the most irresponsible policework ever, and everyone involved should be fired. I can't believe they are defending cops that got involved in a high speed chase, were shooting guns out of their cars during the chase, and then beat up an innocent man on fire.

Posted on: 9/14 13:33
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Re: Construction permits
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what's the reasoning behind requiring a permit for putting up cabinets, if there's no electric or plumbing work being done?

Posted on: 7/25 11:53
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Re: Fulop foe loses tax appeal targeting mayor's home
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You can never rely on Fulop to do the right thing. That is, unless it happens to be aligned with his own self-serving interests. In my book, he is a scumbag.


I wouldn't go as far as you with my take on him, but I understand that for many he has been a huge disappointment. Incredibly, I still think he is SO MUCH better than the alternative. Do you want Healy back? Or, someone else from the HCDO machine? I feel like we finally turned a page some years ago, so while this administration may not be perfect, I feel it is better than what we had.
my thoughts on Fulop exactly. I'm very disappointed in some of the things he's done, but I'll take him over Healy or Matsikoudis or any of the other HCDO stooges any day.

Posted on: 7/22 10:20
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Re: Jersey City Project Eat -Eat-Drink-Enjoy-Repeat
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I'm going to start my own condo / festival space soon. The slogan is going to be:
Live
Laugh
Love
Think
Study
Learn
Breathe
Bathe
Move
Walk
Run
Stay
Work
Play
Eat
Drink
Enjoy
Stop
Go
Repeat

Posted on: 6/22 11:10
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Second, their hatred stems from pure emotion, not rationality. Trump does indeed support more liberal positions than any Republican president in modern history, but because they've already been calling him Hitler and a bigoted xenophobic rapist for months if not years, they're too far down the rabbit hole to turn back now.

They are a lost cause and they aren't worth even reaching out to. Instead, reach out to the moderates, who are more connected with reality.

lol. As if anyone that supports Trump is connected to reality.

And I don't believe for a second that Trump supports more liberal positions than any Republican president in modern history, for the simple fact that Trump will support anything and everything at any point in time depending on who he is talking to.

"I don't stand by anything" is perhaps the most telling thing Trump has ever said. That and "I might lie to you."

He will say anything to get approval from people, and then completely deny it or refuse to support it, and then say something completely opposite the next day, and then turn around and do something else entirely. Trying to predict what Trump supports or doesn't support is a gamble depending on what he last watched on FOX News.

Posted on: 5/31 16:59
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Re: Jersey City mulls law targeting puppy mill pet stores
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I don't discount the possibility you are right, particularly about #3 (increasing awareness, and perhaps deriving some other benefits as a result of that) but with regards to #2, my impression has always been that most of the puppy mills from which animals originate were usually found in PA (that was until some state laws curtailed those operations) and from OH and some Southern states (KY, TN).

In any case, I am now genuinely curious as to whether we even have pet stores in town that sell dogs, or cats.
I don't think there's a single pet store in JC or anywhere nearby that sells cats and dogs now. They all do small pets like fish, lizards, birds, hamsters, etc. I think in part because cats and dogs take up so much space/maintenance, but also because people are going to shelters and adoption events.

Anyway, I'm glad they rejected the bill as written, it really should allow for breeders to sell dogs and cats.

Posted on: 5/26 12:34
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Re: Dog Shit
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So what should I do about a neighbor that leaves piles of dog shit in his yard all week so it stinks to hell on a hot day? I'm thinking of just going to ask him nicely but I have a sneaking suspicion that the kind of person that leaves tons of dog shit in their yard isn't going to be the most personable guy.

Is this something that I can report to the department of housing, or health, or something? We're about to enter Summer and I'm not looking forward to the smell of dog feces wafting into my apartment every day.

Posted on: 5/23 18:24
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Re: Controversy swirls around Jersey City synagogue
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Wow. A little broad don't you think? Lets try it with some substitutions and see how it sounds when referring to the behavior of a small segment of a different population.

Classic deflection technique for anyone criticizing the blacks. Racist! White supremacists! No, just against a community that has shown time and again that they view everyone else as crime victims and will engage in violent behavior to enrich themselves at the detriment of others.

Comfortable with that?

Don't be ridiculous. By "Orthodox Jewish community" we're not talking about "Jewish people." You can't compare the small and insular Orthodox community that actually works together in concerted efforts to a population of tens of millions of people spread across the entire country that make up no more of a community than Jersey City does with Cleveland.

In contrast, the Orthodox Jewish community is banded together in small areas, in tight-knit groups with private police forces, that ostracize members that leave the community, cover up crimes, run sham charities (Kars4Kids), use intimidating real estate tactics, skirt tax law, and take over township school boards to ruin public education for gentiles and secular Jews. Plus there's the harassment in Israel to more secular Jews, or the outrageous way they push Palestinians out of their land for settlements. It is not anti-semitic to be opposed to the Orthodox Jewish community. The problem with them isn't the fact that they're Jewish, it's that they're a bunch of assholes that band together to ruin the lives of other people. Ask the residents of Lakewood, and Ramapo, and anyone in Israel that has to deal with them. Or anyone who has lived in Brooklyn and has been regularly harassed or propositioned for sex, or been beaten up by the Shomrim (their private police force). Ask all the Orthodox Jewish children with diseases and deformities because of incestuous arranged marriages, or the Jewish children with genital herpes from having a rabbi perform oral sex on them.

Again, none of this is about them being Jewish. Secular Jews have just as many problems with the Orthodox. If they were Mormons or Scientologists or Jehovah's Witnesses doing all this, I'd be just as angry.

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Re: Controversy swirls around Jersey City synagogue
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A bunch of Nazis in this thread. A church/communuty center should be allowed to open anywhere. But i disagree with the property tax exemption.
classic deflection technique for anyone criticizing the Orthodox Jews. Nazis! Anti-semitism! No, just against a community that has shown time and again that they view everyone else as subhuman and will engage in gross behavior to enrich themselves at the detriment of others.

Posted on: 5/11 13:12
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Re: Jersey City Residents Decry Offensive Murals Commissioned by the City
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The law requires people to call Jesus a liar on marriage. Jesus said, "A man leaves his father and mother and clings to his wife and the two will be one flesh." Religion does not stop when you leave your house of worship. Granted this is another topic. The Supreme Court also said Dred Scott was not a citizen. So why is the Supreme Court right now?
wtf are you even talking about? How is the law requiring you to call Jesus a liar? What about that statement has anything to do with the law or lying? That a man doesn't have to leave his father and mother and can live at home with them? I can't understand the nonsense rattling around in your noggin without a crazy translator.

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Re: Jersey City Residents Decry Offensive Murals Commissioned by the City
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What hyprocrites, people say no censorship but there is censorship with the ban on chain stores downtown. Why is one fine but not the other?


To point out the obvious, one (art) is protected by the first amendment. The other (stores) is not.


Funny, how liberals ignore the First Amendment on other matters like the florists and bakers who do not want to cater a same sex wedding. Religion falls under the First Amendment before speech , assembly, etc. Returning to the subject, it is still mediocre art.
The law isn't stopping you from being a Catholic. It's just stopping you from treating other people like subhumans. Your arguments are identical to the ones made against interracial marriage, desegregation, and abolition, fyi.

Your concern trolling about the Constitution would make a lot more sense if you had the vaguest understanding of how it works, and if you weren't constantly harping on about nonsense like tiger murals scaring awful drivers.

Posted on: 5/10 15:21
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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.
wtf? Way to take this thread on a complete 180. Could you knock it off with blaming liberals for everything wrong in your life for one freaking day?

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Re: Jersey City Residents Decry Offensive Murals Commissioned by the City
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It is about time someone commented on these murals. The one near White Castle on Newark Avenue nearly caused car crashes when it was put up. Drivers were startled by the image of the tiger.
lol what? What kind of moron is started enough by a mural of a tiger that they nearly crash?

I hope the city ignores the crybaby that is whining about this mural. Hopefully they learned their lesson from the Monopoly board debacle that there will always be someone complaining about something. If it isn't a patronizing social justice white person getting offended on the behalf of minorities, it will be a right-wing religious nut with a persecution complex complaining about tigers or God knows what else.

In this very thread we have two great examples. Yvonne represents the latter. And this Sarah Ordway person represents the former. I'm seriously sick of self-righteous white people deciding that they need to get offended on behalf of minorities. It's incredibly patronizing and honestly offensive. Not much different than the thinking of old that white people had to "steward" the "noble savages" and other races that were somehow incapable of looking after themselves.

Best to just ignore everyone and let the artist do what they want, so long as it's not obscene.

Posted on: 5/6 12:22
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Re: The Lutze Biergarten - Harborside
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Apparently you have never seen any international football matches between Netherlands and Germany. They are very distinct societies. But you are right about who arrived first.




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I know this is irrelevant, but I can't get over the fact that they say JC was founded by the Germans. No, it was the Dutch. I know they're similar and all, but it's just not correct.....

As for their food, I'm withholding judgment. It's not the kind of place I'd go regardless, so far be it for me to trash them.


Agreed, they're distinct and I think they'd each be happy to give a litany of reasons. But I would still say similar. I think we agree on the point. ;)
There's a reason the Dutch are called Swamp Germans.

Posted on: 5/4 14:13
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Re: Landlords: You Cannot Say "NO SECTION 8" in Your Rental Ads
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I really hate this liberal garbage.

At least in this case, it's very easy to get around it, as other posters have said.
liberals are the worst, always trying to prevent discrimination against people. Terrible!

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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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Or, those "people in the know" can report possible violators.
http://www.jerseycitynj.gov/hedc.aspx?id=1180


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Property owners around Journal Square/India Square have been complaining for many years starting under the Healy administration continuing into the Fulop administration.

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It is a disaster waiting to happen and when it does a slick lawyer is going to request the complaint logs from JC’s help desk and sue the city for inaction.


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They're federal employees. Not spies for the Division of Housing Code Enforcement.

What about satellite dish installers? Is 6+ per house a bit much? Is a permit needed to install a dish?


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lol what? You know they just stack up new satellite dishes any time a new tenant opens service right? I see two-family homes with actually only two families in them that have 8 satellite dishes on them. There's a 4 unit building near me with an incredible 12 sattelite dishes on it.

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Re: another fulop protected slum burns down
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Stubbed my toe this morning. Is there no end to Fulop's cruelty?

Posted on: 4/24 23:12
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Re: h1b racket in jersey city about to crash
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H1-B abuse is getting out of hand. Will be glad to see the use of these visa curtailed.

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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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1) In 1987, Congress made it impossible to sue the Pharma companies related to vaccine injuries. That's when Pharma realized that they could make huge profits from vaccines because there is no longer any downside risk from costly lawsuits. As a result, the number of vaccines kids receive today has gone from 16 shots thru age 18 to 67 shots thru age 18 from 1987 to 2017. Coincidence? I think not.

2) In addition, vaccines are not subjected to the same testing/scrutiny as medicine. They do not have use double placebo testing and the length of time to get a vaccine to the market is a lot shorter. As a result, vaccines require less R&D expense and thus another reason why vaccines are very profitable to pharma companies

3) Two wrongs don't make a right. In life, that's true. In science, that's true. Do you know the ingredients in a typical vaccine? Most vaccines contain aluminum, thimerosal (aka mercury) and glyphosate (aka the carcinogetic toxin found in Monsanto's Round Up). These are toxins folks and it is being injected straight into the blood stream. There is a possibility of it getting into the brain and cause a lot of havoc. And don't get me started about "trace amounts". It's going straight into the blood stream. Your body has no defense to that.

4) 75 cents of each vaccine administered goes into a vaccine trust fund. When someone is harmed by a vaccine, they go to vaccine court. Thus far, $3.6 billion has been paid out. The MMR can contribute to causing Autism. The effects are even more magnified in baby boys (especially african american). If a parent gives their baby, baby tylenol after the MMR to fight the fever, the Acetaminophen, the toxins in vaccine along with the baby's testosterone magnify the effects and increase the chances of speech delay, auto immune disorders and autism.

5) Peditricians main money maker is vaccines. Big pharmas pay out big bonuses to doctors who follow their vaccine schedules. Without vaccines, it is very difficult for peditricians to be profitable. The peditricians don't have your interest in check. There is a clear conflict of interest.

6) Big pharmas and CDC are not indepedent. Employees of the CDC routinely get lucrative job offers from Big Pharma companies such as Merck to join their team. CDC is essentially a marketing vehicle to promote vaccines so that the Big pharmas sell as many vaccines as possible.

7) The CDC cherry picks scientific data to suit their needs to make vaccines effective. What does "effective" even mean? It just means that the body has to produce anti-bodies when the vaccine is administered. The anti-bodies don't even have to prevent the flu/measles/mumps from happening. The very definition of "effective" is a joke.

8) All vaccines are tested independently. There have been no studies that research if two or three vaccines are given at once. There has been no tests if a flu vaccine and a hepitasis vaccine are given at the same time. Are there any synergistic effects? We don't know because no study has been conducted. Why? Because they know that the greater amount of toxins administered at one time, the greater the chances of bad results happening so why go there. Sometimes 3 to 4 vaccines are administered at one time. It doesn't make sense. No one falls victim to two diseases at one time. The combination of these vaccines are probably confusing the immune system and only bad outcomes can result.

You can scare me all you want. I agree that some vaccines are fine. But there are way too many and given way too close together and way too early in life. The truth doesn't come out because it is being suppressed by the very people who are supposed to protect your baby. There is no replacement for good nutrition. Your body is meant to fight off these diseases. If you are healthy and develop a strong immune system, you should not be afraid.

These vaccines can cause irrepairable damage to your precious child. It is irreversible. Your kid may never have a normal life, and your life will never be normal again.

I've done the risk reward analysis. Don't take your doctor's word. Don't take the CDC's word. Research the ingredients in your vaccine. They are hard to find. Ask you peditrician, what's in the vaccine? He probably does not even know. That's a problem.

Search the internet for the truth. When you hear the other side of the story, you may change your mind.

I have just tipped the ice berg on the facts. There is a ton more proof out there.
Almost everything about this is wrong. I have to leave now but I will come back and refute each point as best I can. For now though:

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#3Do you know the ingredients in a typical vaccine? Most vaccines contain aluminum, thimerosal (aka mercury) and glyphosate (aka the carcinogetic toxin found in Monsanto's Round Up). These are toxins folks and it is being injected straight into the blood stream.
WRONG WRONG WRONG. Thimerosal is NOT "aka" mercury. It contains mercury in a compound. See my above post. Thimerosal is NOT dangerous like elemental mercury is. Did you know you ingest Chlorine on a daily basis? OH MY GOD! Sodium Chloride. Ever used an antacid? That has aluminum in it. Aspirin? Aluminum in that. Loads of food additives have aluminum in it. Ever eaten an almond? You've been eating CYANIDE DEAR GOD! Eaten a poppy seed bagel? Congratulations, you're ingesting OPIUM. Ever drank water? Did you know you've been ingesting HYDROGEN which is a DEADLY EXPLOSIVE GAS THAT CAN POISON YOUR BLOODSTREAM????

All of these things are about the form it's in and how much you consume. Water can be deadly in certain levels. Salt can be too. The boogyman of aluminum and thimerosal, etc in vaccines is absurd. And all of that ignores that THIMEROSAL HASN'T BEEN USED IN VACCINES SINCE 2001 BECAUSE IDIOTS LIKE YOU SCARED EVERYONE AWAY FROM IT.

Also, the ONE "study" that found trace amounts of glyphosate in a few vaccines was funded by an anti-vaccine group. No other group has ever been able to recreate their results. It's a complete and utter bunk conspiracy. It doesn't even make sense that it would make its way into vaccines as its used solely as a pesticide.


Like I said, I will try to refute the rest as best I can, but I fear it's a losing battle because you will just plug your ears and say "yeah but that's what BIG PHARMA wants you to hear. It's all a conspiracy! How can I trust the CDC? Instead I trust NatureBlogVaccineReviewConspiracy.com"

Posted on: 4/18 12:45
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