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Re: Did the NYPD Conduct A Widespread Surveillance of Jersey City Muslims?
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Yesthe investigations were shut down and now the terrorists are free to bomb us.



Br6dR according to the NYPD's own admission no lead was generated nor information gathered led to any terror plot being foiled or stopped.

Only two things occurred a grave injustice done to millions of innocent people and millions and millions of dollars down the drain.

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Re: Best JC Breakfast Sandwich?
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Thanks UrbanRenewal I am familiar with the origns of "doubles" a co-worker years ago introduced them to me(she was from Guyana).

And to me personally, the bread of the doubles has a different consistency(thicker/dough) than Indian puri which are flaky and thinner.

And the taste is different as well but luv both traditions whether they are West Indian or East Indian.

Posted on: 4/7 16:50
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Re: Brooklyn Chef's Goods & Greens replaces DOCO Market in HP
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Real hipsters from Brooklyn would bake their own bread....just saying. ;)

Posted on: 4/7 16:46
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Re: Best JC Breakfast Sandwich?
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There was a Caribbean Restaurant called Lisa's Roti Shop(not sure if its still around) but they had something called doubles. They were freaking yum. It was two pieces of fried bread and in the center was chickpea/stew like filling. I am so craving that right now. Any one know of another place that sells those?

Posted on: 4/6 13:07
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Re: Legal to record passers-by?
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Not an attorney but it's probably legal, but for added protection the person using the camera should have a sign indicating its presence.

Posted on: 4/2 15:27
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Re: Another Whole Foods fake-out in Jersey City
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Just give us a Trader Joe's its affordable across most socio-economic lines. :)

Posted on: 4/2 15:19
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Re: Village Tropical closing this weekend
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I am no expert on snakes....but from my understanding most can go without food for long stretches. Although not a fan of reptiles but its nice to know people care about animals in general.

Posted on: 3/31 15:43
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Re: Light Rail
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Hi,

Feel free to correct me but I have just noticed that every time i stamp my HBLR ticket i only get about 50-54 minutes to ride.

Wasn't it 90 minutes? Is this a new policy? Were there notices that I just never saw or received?

I have to go down to Port Imperial and then transfer over to get to work.......and i barely have 2 minutes left on my ticket. There have been several occasions(20 mins past time stamp) where my ticket expired but i was still heading toward my destination.


Posted on: 3/27 9:33
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Re: Why are almost half of Fulop's meeting hidden?
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Here is the general macro answer: he is Healy light.....for now.

Posted on: 3/16 20:02
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Re: Anyone Here Ever Work For HopsScotch?
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Please Please file a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. So many people don't realize what a great resource they are........and its one of the few organizations that is run pretty well.

http://www.bbb.org/

Posted on: 2/7 17:57
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Re: Hot chocolate
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Grab your Swiss Miss packet add it to some heated mixture of cream and milk and enjoy knowing you need not go out in the terrible cold.

Posted on: 1/7 12:47
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Directions to Paramus
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Hi,

Anyone know some easy ways/directions to Paramus? Something came up last minute and i have to be there by 5:30.
Since i lack a car, I am using the HBLR and Buses. And I know, system wide cross-honoring is in effect but not sure if i got off the light rail whether the NJ trains would accept.

Sorry to ask but I am not familiar with Paramus via public transport. Thanks!

Posted on: 1/7 12:41
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Re: Rat feces, mold, fungus at Jersey City fish market, city officials say
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Is this a Chinese dude bringing China's 1890's standard of living to jersey City?


Don't be a douche. Not sure what their ethnic background has to do with anything when it comes to breaking the law.

And for your info their names suggest a Korean background. Educate yourself if you are going to assume and be a prick.

Posted on: 2013/11/22 16:53
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Just write up whatever questions/complaints you have for them on this thread here. I am going to present them with any feedback......and also let them know about this forum........so if they want they can come and see for themselves.

Posted on: 2013/10/22 21:09
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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I signed up for their Patron Advisory Committee(basically a way for commuters to get a better understanding of how the PA works). Tomorrow we have another session.

I would be happy to pass along any questions/complaints you guys have for them.

Posted on: 2013/10/22 8:22
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Re: Canning for money off 78 exit ramp
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Though I do keep track of how many times I am hit up for money, each time I add a dollar to the amount that I donate to a homeless charity at the end of the year.




VA2015, that is such an amazing and touching thing to do even if it's a small gesture. :)

Posted on: 2013/10/20 0:36
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Re: Gay marriage advocates lobby to override Christie's veto
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I don't really care about this topic/subject one way or another. As I joke to my friends who bring this up....lets all just go back into our perspective closets. ;)


I will say this....Yvonne has her views and beliefs......but she is not the one acting out of spite, hate or intolerance....rather surprisingly it is coming from those who claim that what they want is peace, tolerance, justice and understanding.


Unfortunately politics have made discussing this topic in a fair and responsible manner impossible. We should just let all states put this question to the ballot and let the results be the end of it.



Posted on: 2013/10/14 21:47
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Re: Jersey City tax abatements audit yields millions in uncollected taxes
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It boggles my mind how poorly abatement programs are run.


If a city provides incentives to a developer then it should demand tangible returns.

examples:

Certain amount of jobs for actual residents of said city.

Require a certain percentage of monies saved from the abatements can only be used by the developer for investment in the city.


There shouldn't be a need for expensive audits.....everything should be out in the open. Everything related to the project should be online.....so we the people have an idea of what's really going.

If, the developer reneges on these and other promises then the city should take over. Streamlining this process to avoid costly legal fees.

Posted on: 2013/10/14 12:59
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Re: Storefronts on Newark Ave
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I was in complete agreement with you, VanVorster, until you said Quote:
offers jazz
. Can't stand the stuff.


Posted on: 2013/10/14 12:42
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Re: PATH Train Robbery
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The PATH robs us everyday....yet nothing is done on that front.


I am glad these perps were caught.

Posted on: 2013/10/13 19:47
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Re: Friends visiting from Manhattan...
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16. Go on a tour of a bespoke meth factory.

17. Consider purchasing a time share in one of the many projects.


18. Put gang tags on the Statue of Liberty for a more authentic experience.

19. Dumpster dive only at restaurants with a plexi-glass, pay window.

20. Spend way too much money buying candy from 30 year old thugs so they have a chance to field their high school basketball, football, soccer, baseball, cricket, chess.....teams.

Posted on: 2013/10/13 11:53
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Re: Coming soon: Asian Fusion restaurant + Italian food
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Seagull according to the article they are still going to do a mash up of both cuisines.

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So combining these two types of food – Asian and Italian – gives us the opportunity to play with ingredients

Posted on: 2013/10/13 11:30
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Re: Coming soon: Asian Fusion restaurant + Italian food
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Ha! I am no professional cook but I have been mixing Italian recipes with middle eastern/indian spices for at least 15 years. My fusion lasagna has been a hit with all who have tried it.

I imagine most folks who are adventurous eaters have been mixing different cuisines at home for a long time.

Look forward to this restaurant.

Posted on: 2013/10/13 5:32
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Re: Friends visiting from Manhattan...
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It actually costs me MUCH more to live here than it did in Manhattan




Really? I have some magic beans that I would like to sell you.

Posted on: 2013/10/13 5:18
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Re: Friends visiting from Manhattan...
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The OP must not think much of JC either cause they posted it in Crime and Safety. Am I the only one who noticed that?

Second, use some common sense. Meet them at the Path and take them around....or provide them with directions....there are hundreds of map sites. Sheesh!

Posted on: 2013/10/10 20:03
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Re: Swap/Sell Jersey City Facebook Page
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It would be nice to be part of this but I don't do Facebook. Sigh.....

Posted on: 2013/10/10 0:13
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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I am very familiar with the area and that particular site...especially since i wrote an article for my university's school newspaper about development there.

I think its good for the city......and I am guessing that Wholefoods is in it for the long haul(and pretty sure they will get a nice abatement).

Maybe TJ's will stake a claim in JC/Bayonne. One can hope!

Also, i have spent lots of time in Newark.....it's a great city full of potential....and most of the people are decent. If you are going to highlight the bad about Newark don't forget to highlight all the good.


Posted on: 2013/10/9 23:59
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Re: JERSEY CITY VOICE - new free local paper!
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Backruptcy policy as we know it could be changed forever



I wish you luck error and all. ;)

Posted on: 2013/10/5 18:21
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Re: Christie or Buono? Democratic Jersey City mayor won't say
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As a Republican I do not intend to vote for Christie:

1. The toll increases that were rammed down our throats.
2. Not holding the PA accountable...and using it like everyone else as a patronage mill.
3. I don't believe he really did much when the NYPD decided to go rogue and violate the constitutional rights of an entire community on the Jersey side.

Posted on: 2013/9/26 16:46
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Newark/Blue Prints/building plan
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It's about that time of the year again where I am looking for a gift idea for my friend. And of course, I am always thinking kooky, odd things.

Out of the blue it occurred to me to get a copy of the floor plans of her old apartment in Newark and frame it.

My question basically is....is that possible? Can i go down to City Hall and request it??? I would ask the landlord but he is infirm and his kids who oversee his properties are rotten...so no dice.

Any and all suggestions will be appreciated. And yes, i could just call Newark....but i just do not want to come across as a doof. Thanks

Posted on: 2013/9/25 1:40
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