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Re: Parking Ticket Issue
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i think the parking ticket guys are a little slow ,not retarded just a bit behind the rest of the crowd.kinda like they are on thorazine or some other hypnotic.dont blame them its the drugs that they are on.

Posted on: 2012/9/24 2:49
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Re: Jersey City police K9 Astro helps collar man with loaded gun, cops say
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showing off his gun to the crew?what a freaking moron.a small minded idiot

Posted on: 2012/8/13 2:52
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Re: Good cheese steak downtown?
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the secret to all sandwiches is the bread,I rarely find good bread in Jersey.Jersey bread is crap.I was at the Jersey state fair in the meadowlands and bought a cheese steak and the bread was rank.I go to the bakery on west side ave,near Virginia ave.for good bread.most supermarket bread and rolls are disgusting

Posted on: 2012/8/10 2:24
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Re: Georgia woman files theft charge against Jersey City moving company.
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a pure example of peoples addiction to crap.Ive counted the stuff I would take with me if I had to pick up and move,7 pieces of furniture,a box for the kitchen a box of utility and some tools,the rest wouldnt be worth moving.Ive seen tons of people move tons of crap into my building only to move all the crap out after a year and a half.5 thou to move my stuff?maybe I would rent a van and do it myself.what you own is just crap you hold onto while you pass thru life,its more important to work on yourself and your relationships[which is all you really have].she should fix the moving company and let them keep all the stuff,let the moving company worry about it.and by the way,I do have a badass kitchen table which I found in the garbage,I would def.take that too,plus some chairs I found in the garbage when I was living in weehawken,they were thrown out when the ''Club Mili''was closed in 1988,nice chairs,antiques real wood not pressed wood Ikea b.s.People throw out good stuff and buy new stuff made in china which is helping them become a superpower which could take over the united states but not really cause the chinese economy is G>D>P> govt pushed based which cannot possibly support itself for much longer.but anyway the stuff they do make is pretty much crap so...about the ladies stuff?I cannot say

Posted on: 2012/7/29 1:24
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Re: Flooding in Jersey City
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dam,Im glad I live on top of a hill.I could never deal with water in my basement,I guess we all suffer in our own ways,but sewage water in the basement could lead to hep a thru z my advice is to not go near the sewer water,I know the teptation is to go wade around in the turds,but dont,its not as much fun as it looks.and hep is no party either.hep hep horayyy!!! Im so much fun oooo eeee

Posted on: 2012/7/29 0:32
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Re: Another accident at Grove and Grand
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those buttons that you must hit are not connected to anything,they do nothing but amuse you.the walklights are sequenced and are not changed by hitting the button .hitting the buttons does nothing,check it out for yourselves

Posted on: 2012/7/29 0:24
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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i think you people are complaining far too much,Its public transportationand thats what you get,the public a bunch of selfish idiots that dont care about one another.

Posted on: 2012/7/27 16:46
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Re: Auto Repair Shop
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listen go to lopez on communipaw near pacific.its a little hand painted sign ,its there easy to miss,talk to the guy,he does nice work,cheap,he actually painted my bumper for free,all I paid him for was the 2 doors.hell work with you open your mouth hes a business man LOPEZ LOPEZ LOPEZ

Posted on: 2012/7/17 1:48
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Re: 'Winners' off-track betting facility set to open in Bayonne
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as if bayonne isnt trashy enuf..why dont they have camel races to accomodate all the folk that live there..akmed,ahmed,amad,mohommed,ali LOL LOL LOL achhh icchhh echhhh sorry im just bustin em,cant people take a joke?

Posted on: 2012/7/17 1:42
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Re: pseg "partners" asking to see my bill?
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call the cops???My block is self governing, especially my building the cops have better things to do than chase some buggers.and when they returned to their car,they were the one to call the cops,who promptly ticketed them for parking in the yellow zone..call the cops????no,I took care of it myself.no i didnt even think about calling the cops.the couldnt or wouldnt do anything anyway.dont rely on the cops

Posted on: 2012/7/17 1:33
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Re: pseg "partners" asking to see my bill?
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yea,they came around my way making such a racket in my lobby,I opened the door and told them it was a private building and that solicitors werent allowed.the go rilla and the she ape muttered some gutteral utterances and left the building not before knocking some decorations off my door.I chased them out to kennedy blvd,but they locked the door on their red jeep cherokee.the car wouldnt start,they stayed in it for about 20 minutes before abandoning it in a yellow zone.I waited about a half an hour before visiting the abandoned vehicle and then....Ill leave the rest of the story to your imagination.they wont be coming back my way

Posted on: 2012/7/17 0:48
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Re: NYTimes: Rents at all time high -"I did not move to New York City to live in Hoboken or Jersey City"
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I have a two bedroom and pay 12oo a month,I rent one bedroom for 500 a month ,I live with my wife in the other bedroom and living room.we pay 700 balance.I work sometimes and so does my wife,I have no kids no internet on my cellphone,no cable TV.I cook my own food,my hobbies are photography,and woodworking,I do not subscribe to empty materialism,I have little stress in my life.I feel good about my life

Posted on: 2012/4/24 0:09
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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my super put this stuff near the shrubs in front of my condo,he calls it chocolate,its actually rat poison,it looks and actually smells like chocolate.Animals eat it with gusto and it makes their stomach bleed to death it also works on other animals.it has reduced the amount of dog doo around my neighborhood.he cuts it in very small pieces so the dogs can swallow it quickly,when the trade towers were hit,exterminators placed 1 million pounds of rat poison in the basements and tunnels around WTC to control the amazing amounts of rats that were disturbed ,dogs are like rats

Posted on: 2012/4/23 23:44
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Re: Can Anyone Recommend an Urban Landscaper?
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why did you buy a house if you dont want to work on you own yard?
are you fat and lazy or just lazy?

Posted on: 2012/4/15 12:31
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Re: Jersey City holds hearing about Comcast's effort to take over channel 1
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my bitterness stems from the realization that television does nothing to serve the public interest or the greater good of our nation. Instead, TV is simply a video advertising display that panders to the lowest common standard in a effort to sell products for private commercial gain. Producers at TV networks are interested in making money, not upholding moral values or curing social injustices. Television treats its viewers as receptacles for commercial and consumer messages to increase the profits of the corporations involved.

Posted on: 2012/3/27 13:00
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Re: Jersey City holds hearing about Comcast's effort to take over channel 1
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guys ,netflix 8 bucks a month and verizon dsl thats the move,If you have time to watch sh!tty cable you have no life.do you need to see stupid football games,what the fck with this cable,never had it never will.waste your money on the empire.cable is for idiots,read a book

Posted on: 2012/3/27 12:54
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Re: Twin City Supermarket
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I thought twin city was on sip?is there also one on garfield?

Posted on: 2012/3/15 13:17
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Re: Autonomous Incinerator Authority hasn't been paying its trash bills, Jersey City Council told
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they should just throw the trash along westside ave.there is so much trash over there nobody would notice

Posted on: 2012/3/15 13:15
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Re: High-speed chase and crash at 2nd & Washington
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you cannot imagine the bill on fixing the front end after poping that curb,that just cost about 20 grand to put that front end back together,tie rods,ball joints,axel,housing struts upper and lower ,inner and outer stimsingers ,splavis rotator housing cuffs tranny boots whatchamacallit brackets.dupis support injector frekochmo sensors.satchmo connectors,hubid valve supports,over priced overpowered piece of overengineered garbage car,screw him and then hes gotta pay his legal bills ,and why you gotta problem with hudson county cops in jersey city?va fongool

Posted on: 2012/3/15 12:59
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Re: Jersey City has big plans for 100 acres on West Side along Hackensack River
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In 1982, a “green stream” and “yellowish-green plumes” were spotted in the surface water near the dump site. A year later, Honeywell officials observed yellow water discharging into the Hackensack River and said that the site was “extremely contaminated.” However, Honeywell did nothing to remedy the situation. In 1988, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) ordered Honeywell to clean up the site. While a permanent remedy was sought, Honeywell erected a temporary, plastic retaining cap over seventeen acres of the site, and used concrete and asphalt to cover the rest. These measures slowed the discharge rate, but did not prevent all toxic discharges from the site.

Posted on: 2012/3/1 14:02
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Re: 'Jersey Shore' Spin-Off in Jersey City
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snook dog is not italian shes ecuadorian believe it or not

Posted on: 2012/2/29 12:38
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Re: Did the NYPD Conduct A Widespread Surveillance of Jersey City Muslims?
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i shood

Posted on: 2012/2/29 12:33
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Re: Did the NYPD Conduct A Widespread Surveillance of Jersey City Muslims?
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first of all I hope there was a muslim inestigation in My jersey city.Remember the first terror bombing in 1991 was piloted out of journal square.With a muslim population as big as JC.s we need to be as cautious as possible in dealing with this potential threat,for the saftey of all our citizens.If there was an investigation,no one ever noticed.NYPD works silently,they are the most shrewed investigators around.I welcome the nypd to my J.C.as well as all law inforcement,they might be the ones who save your life

Posted on: 2012/2/28 11:29
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Re: 5-year old girl mauled by unleashed pit bull -- did not respond to owner's commands
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I would like to know about n.j. gun laws.I live in N.j. but I had a Ny drivers licence.In N.Y.it is almost impossible to get a pistol permit,but to get a shotgun or rifle is very easy,at least it was a few years ago.all I needed to buy a shotgun in new york was some type of I.D..like a state issued drivers licence.that was it I walked out of the store with a shotgun,it was all legal.this is only possible if you live outside of New york city.my licence was in ulster county N.Y.,The walmart near there had gunns,rifles and shotguns ,not pistols on display,the only requirements were to be 18 and have an official picture ID.Now my shotgun is at my moms house,my point is ,does anyone know if you can buy a shotgun in new york as easily as it used to be?also how about new jersey?can anyone buy a shotgun easily?use your imagination in connection with the pit bull story.I would hate to have to pay the 12 bucks to the GW Bridge go eat dinner at mommys house,I usually take the train,but it might appear suspicious to carry a shotgun on metro north train,anyway just thinking out loud boom boom bye bye poochie

Posted on: 2012/2/10 13:02
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Re: NYTIMES: Feeding the Rental Appetite -- New rentals include the 422-unit 18 Park in Jersey City
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are you new here?jeez

Posted on: 2012/2/5 10:59
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Re: parking ticket: motor vehicle nuisance? huh?
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You parked illegally and you got a ticket,tuff cookies,the reson for the red zone[and sometimes the yellow]is for emergency vehicles to swing aruond the tight corners of our city,these sre federally mandated and seriously enforced after 911.also federal funding could be jeopardised if these red and yellow zones are not complied with.A red zone meter spot is for you to use while shopping,not t o park for more than 20 minutes.high gas prices,strict parking laws,and high toll prices are designed to lessen traffic in the urban areas why not get out of your car and walk take a train or bus ?this is the way its gonna be,better get used to it,and by the way hows your car insurance doing?if Iran starts acting up gas prices will soar,better get ready

Posted on: 2012/2/5 10:46
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Re: baby born on PATH train
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the indians eat the placenta

Posted on: 2012/1/17 20:06
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Re: Best hotdogs
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you better stay away from hotdogs all together,blvd drinks is a disgusting place,filthy,how can anyone go there,the hotdogs are too salty,salt ruins your liver,watch your diet,hotdogs are full of cancer causing nitrates,plus the people who work there are rude and unkempt,this place is an assault on humanity,an insult to eateries.

Posted on: 2012/1/17 17:32
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Re: Opinions on Journal Square - Is it still up and coming?
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urban pioneering takes decades to realize.the property next to the path station was ready to go,to build 2 retail/residential towers,plus properties on sip ave have been cleared and prepped.financing caught a hangup and progress was halted.also property behind the old medical center[beacon]is schedueled to be developed,as to when nobody knows.propery was to be taken by eminent domain which met with much resistance with property owners.projects like this require lots of financing and investors are scared to make a move due to interest rates and this countries financial shenanegans.it will eventually happen but the timeline is very uncertain.so if you are waiting for something spectacular to happen,dont get your hopes up,it more than likely happen any time soon. my advice is to enjoy the fact that you live near new york and enjoy the funk of jersey.just watch your back brcause you are being watched by the street urchins that surround you.and if you want good chenese food ya gotta get on the path train

Posted on: 2012/1/17 17:22
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Re: What is it with the Restaurants in Newport?
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I dont think this has anything to do with downtown but the applebees on 440 has fake plants with dust on them,go look at the dust plants,that should tell you a lot about chain restaurants,its the little things that count plus the waiter there was wasted on coke,I know when someone is on coke,its easy to tell.It makes me irritable when someone around me is on coke.yup corporate america brings you dusty plants and coked up waiters ,Im not even going into the weak watered down drinks...also can you water down beer? I think they did

Posted on: 2012/1/15 16:15
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