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Re: Key Foods - Jersey & 3rd
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Who the hell eats 75 cent eggs?

Posted on: 2012/8/3 23:38
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Re: Tachair Bookstore on Newark Ave.
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What percentage of their stock is children's books?

Posted on: 2012/7/20 16:09
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Re: Some parent's what are you thinking!!!!!
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This thread reinforces our decision to remain childless. I will continue treating you people who think raising children in this city is a good idea as some sort of unsophisticated alien race.

Posted on: 2012/7/17 14:56
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Re: Revolutionary War Sites in Jersey City
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Quote:

jcgurl wrote:
I just published a blog post about the Battle of Paulus Hook for July 4th:

http://www.antiquarianation.com/2012/ ... ok-revolutionary-war.html


Thanks for posting that, it was very interesting. Did you know there used to be a drawbridge to Paulus Hook? You can sort of see it on the map, over Ditch Creek.

Posted on: 2012/7/6 20:40
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Re: What happened to the park they were supposed to build on 1st st? They built a house instead?
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The house replaces an abandoned structure that was torn down last summer. The park footprint remains the same. Construction needs to be completed before the park renovation can begin.

Posted on: 2012/6/25 17:45
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Re: Outrageously Noisy Neighbors on Third Street
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Third and what?

Posted on: 2012/6/20 21:34
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Re: Section 8 Tree Trimming....
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It's your responsibility. Usually you hear complaints going the other way, meaning people cutting trees that hang over their property when the roots are in another yard. You'll have to hire somebody to cut them if you don't want to do it yourself. Both of my neighbors have awful mulberry trees that drop hundreds of berries into my yard that wind up staining everything as they rot away. This year I got a 20 foot ladder and hacked away every single branch that was hanging over my yard regardless of how it might affect the trees' health.

Posted on: 2012/6/7 0:20
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Re: Newark Avenue (Little India) issues
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Dahood wrote:
Can the city do something about it?


I'm sure they'll get right on that.

Here's my secret trick for dealing with it (hope too many people don't read this): Stay away from Newark Avenue.

Posted on: 2012/6/6 18:35
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Re: Space Shuttle Enterprise in Jersey City today Monday, June 4th
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It's been moved to Wednesday because of the weather.

Posted on: 2012/6/4 17:59
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Re: What is the closest place to neuter a cat?
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There is a big discount for people on public assistance. Let me know if you need any info... We've been getting strays done on the cheap for a little while now.

Posted on: 2012/5/30 12:59
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Re: Toxic air in Jersey City
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Use 1-877-WARN-DEP instead. They'll route the call to the local health inspector's office.

Posted on: 2012/5/27 14:15
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Re: Anyone successfully rid themselves of these pesky little ants?
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What traps are you using? I've used the Terro brand traps several times. They've worked far better than any other I tried.

Posted on: 2012/5/21 13:10
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Re: RIP Henry Borowski (Paulus Hook)
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Yeah, that was Henry. He had a lot of great stories, if you took the time to listen.

Posted on: 2012/5/21 0:25
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Re: RIP Henry Borowski (Paulus Hook)
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RIP Henry. He was certainly entertaining to talk to, and put an impressive amount of work into keeping his block clean, putting the garbage out, sweeping up. He had been in the hospital for a few weeks but was out on the block again last week. He'll be missed.

Posted on: 2012/5/20 22:58
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Re: Sports Bar Coming to JC (Old Hudson Camera Newark Ave)
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No, we don't.

Posted on: 2012/5/14 3:40
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Re: Powerhouse Arts District developer wants to eliminate on-site affordable housing
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borisp wrote:
I wander what would any of you do, if the city mandated YOU to sell your house at the "affordable" price.

Have nobody read the Constitution lately? I've heard, there is something about Government being obliged to COMPENSATE people for taking over their property.


Do any of you idiots remember that the developer is being forced to supply the affordable units because HE ILLEGALLY TORE DOWN A BUILDING WHERE LOW INCOME PEOPLE WERE LIVING?

This neo-yuppie circle jerk is pathetic. It's become obvious to me that there's absolutely no correlation between income and intelligence.

Posted on: 2012/5/13 13:28
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Re: Jersey City mayor wants police chief formally named police director as well
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Let him have five jobs. There's enough of him to go around... heyyyyyyy

Posted on: 2012/5/9 2:12
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Re: Powerhouse Arts District developer wants to eliminate on-site affordable housing
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I'm just going along with those that don't want affordable housing in their nice buildings. What, you're going after me for having the balls to say what all the other snobs are merely hinting at?

Posted on: 2012/5/9 2:10
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Re: Powerhouse Arts District developer wants to eliminate on-site affordable housing
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Quote:

jcwalkingman wrote:

I think it would make more sense to have affordable housing in an area other than the most expensive part of the city. If it has to be downtown, how about the western edge?


I agree. Why stop at the western edge of downtown? Journal Square has a PATH station. Stick them up there. We all know what "affordable" means, and it doesn't mean "artists".

Posted on: 2012/5/9 0:01
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Re: 950 of 40,000 Jersey City properties are abandoned
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Is there a database that provides the actual addresses of all of these abandoned properties?

Posted on: 2012/5/8 19:56
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Re: 950 of 40,000 Jersey City properties are abandoned
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If there's anything good to be said about this website, it's that it keeps at least some percentage of the JC crazies at home.

Posted on: 2012/5/7 18:12
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Re: Jersey City set to swear in 13 new police officers...
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That's cute, one of the cops let his son wear the uniform to the ceremony.

Posted on: 2012/4/30 2:57
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Re: should Jersey City create and implement on-street bicycle lanes?
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Chief Comet announced that it is legal to walk (not ride) your bicycle over any car parked in the bike lanes, except for police cars. Those are usually parked in front of the hydrant anyway. I'm excited to see if anyone is going to try it out.

Posted on: 2012/4/30 2:55
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Re: 45 Story Tower Coming to LHN
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You're absolutely right. A gentleman in a top hat was telling me the other day that homeowners are on average 1000% smarter and cleaner than renters too. A guy I know who rents his place said the schools could burn down for all he cares, because they just make the local kids into smarter criminals. This is coming from a guy who killed his cats because they were cutting into his spare time, which he spends chopping down trees for sport and throwing his garbage into the planters at the local park.

I remember the day we closed on our place. The transformation was like night and day. Previously my mind had been completely fogged by the massive complexities of nuance and subtlety. No more! It's much easier to go on living day to day when things are a clear cut black and white.

Posted on: 2012/4/30 1:37
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Re: 45 Story Tower Coming to LHN
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I agree. I've found that the rich homeowners in Jersey City tend to be far more civilized, intelligent, neighborly, and highly non-judgmental compared to the filthy renters I've met in my time living here.

Posted on: 2012/4/29 16:17
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Re: An Arty Underground Supper Club in Jersey City
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I'm sure the health department and ABC would love to hear about this. Meat is murder.

Posted on: 2012/4/23 2:56
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Re: New York Bagel on Newark Avenue
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Took a sick (hangover) day today and thought I'd see if this place could do me any good. Got the peppermint rooibos for my stomach, which worked wonders for the gurgling. The cippolini onion bagel with clarified tahini and leek paste managed to stay down as well, and I didn't have to run home right away.

Posted on: 2012/4/20 19:48
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Re: New York Bagel on Newark Avenue
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Just got the basil pine nut bagel with parmesan cream cheese and a large yerba matte. Excellent again. I still can't believe it's actually a corporate chain! Everything is so human about the place.

Posted on: 2012/4/18 10:28
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Re: New bagel shop on Newark Ave.
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I went again today. Got the ginger bagel with citrus hoisin spread and a side of pickled veggies. It was amazing. I didn't think the bagel was dry at all.

Posted on: 2012/4/17 14:24
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Re: New bagel shop on Newark Ave.
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I was positive this was going to be a soulless corporate experience (the URL is just the store number?), but Jesus, I was wrong. The Kona with rice milk was unbelievable. Best coffee I've ever had outside of Switzerland. The whole grain rosemary-thyme bagel with sundried tomota artichoke hummus was delicious. I might just go here every day, forever.

Posted on: 2012/4/16 13:20
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