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Re: homeless outreach team banned from PATH hub in Jersey City
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I am not sure if it was the outreach team or the other religious charity that helps the homeless....but a couple of years ago....on a wickedly cold night....they approached me asking if i needed help or a place to stay.


It was so embarrassing...i was just waiting for the never on time number 10 bus. :(



Posted on: 2014/12/14 12:41
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Re: Morgan Fish Market & Restaurant
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I never got a chance to try the Afghan Kebab place....besides its been a year since i became a vegetarian, not sure if they had lots of non meat dishes.

Alas, i think they closed permanently. My last couple of times in JSQ they were closed.

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I love this place, especially their baba ghanoush. My boyfriend, who is usually less than enthusiastic about fish, says this is the best fish he's ever had.
Also try the Afghan kebab place a little closer to JSQ on the other side of JFK. Also delicious, and alcohol is not allowed there either.

Posted on: 2014/11/30 21:02
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Re: Morgan Fish Market & Restaurant
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Fraulein, you can ask them to sell you the fish raw...it can't hurt asking them.


To Bodhipooh...many muslims who are observant do not drink alcohol nor do any business related to it. So i could understand why they would not even allow a byob service.

Sharia law is something totally different....it would apply on a government/state level.


Posted on: 2014/11/30 14:39
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Re: Morgan Fish Market & Restaurant
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They basically make things from scratch so please be patient. Also, some times depending on the server there maybe a communication problem since English is not the first language spoken.

If you are in a hurry you can order a shrimp sandwich to go.


The food is definitely worth it.

Posted on: 11/29 20:20
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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They are not opening Dec 1. Because of red tape they might not open until spring.

I am really bummed especially since i donated through kickstarter...........was so looking forward to this place.

Posted on: 11/29 20:17
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Re: Tomorrow (Wed) weather, and travel via train
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I don't think the weather will be too bad. Try to leave early or even get an earlier train.

Happy travails and a safe trip.

Posted on: 11/25 20:54
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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by fat-ass-bike on 2014/11/24 17:41:48

Which country used chemical warfare, dropped the bomb, had slavery, continue to use the death sentence, caused untold number of civilian deaths in Iraqi or Afghanistan, tortured civilians and POW's, sent mercenaries to act as security but killed civilians, had civilians locked in Guantanamo for years without conviction, went to war over a bullsiht WMD claim ... the list goes on and on, plus more returned soldiers have committed suicide then died on the battlefield in Iraq and Afghanistan.

How this topic went off track, highlights to deep rooted racial and bigotry behavior some JClisters have and how ignorant they are. The topic is about some lions on a building being removed not war and peace bullsiht.



I don't always agree with your positions on JCLIST FAB....but your responses to this topic are so on point and even handed.......and rational. Kudos to you brave sir. :)!!!!!!!!

Posted on: 11/24 19:40
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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Did I miss the notice that JCLIST has now become a corollary to Stormfront.org????




Ps. Thanks to all the decent folks who are standing up to the bigots and trolls........especially papadage. KUDOS!

Posted on: 11/20 15:28
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Re: Fulop plans to gather top N.J. mayors for private dinner: The Auditor
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Come on guys. Give our over worked and underpaid politicians a break. These working dinners are pure torture...especially if they stretch into extra innings. Leave them alone!



Posted on: 11/13 9:59
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Re: Jersey City still No. 1 in NJ for LGBT community, report says
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I always thought that Montclair, Morristown or Maplewood be the most friendly.

Posted on: 11/12 22:48
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Re: Shia Muharram Procession in Jersey City
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I am glad you are not treating 1.6 billion people as one giant monolithic mass. Good thing you have studied well and understand all the nuances and complexities that compromise an individual or group of persons.

Good luck avoiding doctors, engineers, computer programmers, construction workers, lawyers, taxi drivers, teachers, retailers....etc...who are American(thanks for being a grammer nazi...and pointing out my unintentional mistake) but muslims....luckily you know which ones are the scary ones.

Posted on: 11/12 22:34
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Re: Shia Muharram Procession in Jersey City
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I admit reading the reaction from certain posters who wrote they were "alarmed or scared" made me want to say "get a life"...but with some thought....i came to this simple conclusion.

What do those posters know about other religions and cultures? Where are they getting there news and information? Do they know any american muslims? Lets face it people have a right to feel what ever rises up from their depths even if i think.....they might need to chill.

I just hope that those who did feel that way do some research on their own or get to know the "other". Most won't but hey that's life.


And Heights...as usual your just a wannabe Fuehrer. There is no hope for u.

Posted on: 11/12 13:35
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Leak On Roof
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My roof has a small leak. Normally, i would just call my landlord and have him deal with it........but he is away and dealing with a family emergency and won't return until first week of November. Sure, I could call him and all that jazz but he is always been an awesome landlord and not a slum lord that you hear about all the time....so i figure i could wait a bit.

The other tenants ceilings are fine and they even double checked. It's just my place that is cursed. I went up in the roof and checked it and observed it when it drizzled(these last two days) and found the small crack.

Is there anything i could do to seal it? Is there a salve that i can apply....even little old me who knows nothing about home repair??? And it only leaks when its a small drizzle or light rain.......that is just so odd.

Any info is appreciated.

Posted on: 10/22 23:37
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Re: Jersey City Board of Education Election- The Children First Team
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The raise seems really high. I would be more understanding if it was adjusted to the cost of living.........but anything more than that should be based on if test scores are up, graduation rates are up and college acceptance rates are up.

Posted on: 10/19 12:36
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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I was at TJs the other day in Edgewater and they had saffron. It looked amazing...i think for about 4 or 5 bucks. :)

Posted on: 10/19 12:31
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Re: St. Anthony High School Flea Market & Car Wash
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Bodhi all you had to do was ask how i came to my conclusion instead of sighting all those hypotheticals......which makes me to understand that you already believe that some how i wronged those upstanding young men.

It makes me not really want to answer your question....but here goes. And for your information, I won't reply to anything here after regarding this.


They said it themselves, out of their honest and truthful mouths. One went so far to relate how a week or two ago...he brought a ticket but had no intention of stamping it.......and a few stops later ...the fare inspectors boarded...he quickly ran out and stamped it. He went on and boasted how, "I ain't getting no ticket" over and over again.

My previous encounters with these boy scouts were the same. Although one of them did pick up an old ticket and stamped it many times hoping it would some how come back to life. See?! Never give up!

Bodhi isn't it funny how you didn't ask me how i knew they were football players? Did i make them do drills? Did i pull out a piece of paper and draw X's and O's and ask them what the pretty pictures meant?

I'll give you one more example. The other day 7 or 8 girls from Ferris were standing next to me on the platform having earlier emerged from Newport. They were screaming and harping and being as you surely would put it being "musical". One of them was hollering "Y all better get your tickets". At this point the train was 2 minutes away. Since the time of their emergence not one had bought a ticket at the machine nor stamped one. The leader of this angelic pack...warbled deafeningly, "I ain't buyin not tickets as she rudely jumped in front of me as the train pulled in and ran inside followed by the courteous herd" Could some of them had a pass? Sure. But that reality was quickly shattered....when they nervously looked about as we pulled into each station.......and some crowed that they were not getting no fine. Just to let u know how wonderful these angels were they took up the back of the car......and every time new passengers came they quickly retreated to another part of the train even though their were seats. Why? Because surely the notes coming from the mouths of these babes.........would make a cold heart break out in tears. Bless their kind hearts.


Oh i almost forgot. The leader of this band as the train was about to pull in had jumped down on the track and waited 5 or 6 seconds before jumping back up.....making the train driver screech his horn loudly as he was given the light to proceed into the station.

Posted on: 10/10 15:23
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Re: St. Anthony High School Flea Market & Car Wash
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I wonder if St Anthony High School helps teach their kids basic manners.

Several times coming from work i have been met with loud, rude st. Anthony Football players on the light rail. And of course none of them paid for their tickets.

The only school kids worse are kids from METS Charter school...followed by Ferris and close behind Lincoln.


Posted on: 10/9 15:22
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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Ok Asif, included in the possibles is tteokbokki, our favorite street food in Seoul.



Yippee skippee!

Posted on: 9/19 11:00
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Re: Iphone 6 at ATT Newport
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RadRyan03, i totally agree. The only pros of buying an iphone is the OS and all the apps that come in that environment and the screen and camera are really awesome.

Tmobile wanted me to pay for a new phone after my old Samsung Gravity started to malfunction. I convinced them to send me a new phone(it was like pulling teeth). I even told them to just send me a new(same model that i currently had) Gravity. I was happy with the phone didn't' care for anything fancy.

They sent me a 2013 Samsung Light for free and gave me free data without me having to resign a new contract. I still have no idea how to use it besides calls and texts but it does just about everything that new Iphone does. :)


Ps. I luv velcro shoes...and no i am not in a cult.

Posted on: 9/19 10:52
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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Please don't forget about the Tteokbokki ... pretty please

Posted on: 9/18 14:45
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Re: LIGHT RAIL EXTREMELY LOUD BELL SHOULD BE STOPPED
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The bells need to stay. As someone who rides the light rail all the time. I can't tell u how many people don't pay attention to an on coming train. This includes kids, to the old, young adults and yes....even people with baby strollers and young kids. (SMH)

Just this week, i have seen 3(one guy escaped injury by 2 or 3 feet) near misses. Also, many people are glued to their cell phones or headphones or other devices.......that NJ Transit needs those loud horns.

Oh the idiots my eyes behold. :(

Posted on: 9/11 9:23
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Re: LIGHT RAIL EXTREMELY LOUD BELL SHOULD BE STOPPED
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The bells need to stay. As someone who rides the light rail all the time. I can't tell u how many people don't pay attention to an on coming train. This includes kids, to the old, young adults and yes....even people with baby strollers and young kids. (SMH)

Just this week, i have seen 3(one guy escaped injury by 2 or 3 feet) near misses. Also, many people are glued to their cell phones or headphones or other devices.......that NJ Transit needs those loud horns.

Oh the idiots my eyes behold. :(

Posted on: 9/11 9:23
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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Im assuming that you guys have a shoe string marketing budget. Even though i have no doubt that you guys will make your kickstarter goal, it wouldn't hurt to maximize any additional funds raised beyond your goal.

After getting hooked on Kdramas, i wanted to try Korean food so bad. I looked around and found a blogger named Maangchi. I learned to maker her Tteokbokki recipe. Even my family who had no clue about Korean food luved it.

She basically luvs down home Korean cooking. And maybe she is willing to give you guys a shout out. She has a massive following and luvs to promote Korean Cuisine and culture.

Here is her contact info:

http://www.maangchi.com/contact



Ps. I hope am not being intrusive...i am sure you guys have your own plans and visions........and i have no doubt you will make it work.

Posted on: 9/2 20:26
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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THANKS! You are right. They had the BOOKFACE banner right over the form so i thought it was asking for that. I am actually making my contribution right now...now where did i put my debit....

Posted on: 9/2 13:25
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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So, i went to the Kickstarter page to contribute my 5000 dollars(hehehe okay not that much but a small contribution) to your campaign.

I selected my amount(really humble) and it then proceeded to ask for my Facebook Account. I don't have one. Is there another way to contribute? I am sorry that i don't do social media except Yahoo messenger(if that counts).


I really want you guys to succeed!

Thanks

Posted on: 9/2 13:21
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Re: Jitney bus crashes into four cars & two buildings on Kennedy Blvd --Passengers taken hospital
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Im kind of leaning towards Corey being spot on about HB concerning his particular post. Now pay close attention Heights( you little nazi...i kid, i kid ).

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These are people who do not want to learn the language or assimilate in any way shape or form. Therefore, they cannot improve their lot in life.


See what HB did there. He generalized and made sweeping generalizations. He doesn't know about the every day life of all those people. In my own experience, i have met some scary drivers and some who do not speak the language at all. I have met drivers that follow all the rules and spoke fine english. Also, I should mention these guys would not be out there if there was no money to be made. They do not get subsidized like NJ Transit or Amtrak or the Ferry. They either make money or they go out of business. Also, not all drivers are Spanish or Hispanic.


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And assimilation does not mean you lose your cultural identity but also embrace a new one. That is what made us, well, us.


Do you see what HB did there Heights? It's the classic trope lots of KKK, Neo Nazis and other hate groups use. The "us" vs. "them". Heck even the Republicans use that all the time in their politics.


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Re: Another Shooting - 21 Year Old on MLK & Wade - JJ
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Nah, you are just being an unthinking douche.


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BFD

Am I the only cold-hearted, uncaring SOB who doesn't give a damn about these shootings and stabbings?

Posted on: 8/28 18:29

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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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I might even contribute to the Kickstarter which i have never done before.......this is how much i want this place to open already!!!!


By the way, where do you go to eat when your in the mood for good Korean food(other than of course at home and family)? Any hidden gems or places nearby???

Posted on: 8/26 13:08
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Re: Doctor Recommendation in JC- takes Aetna
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Im still looking for a primary care doctor. Has any one gone to
Dr. Margarita Borghini MD? She has an office in JC. If you have any other recs please do post. Merci.

Posted on: 8/26 12:52
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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I CAN'T WAIT FOR THIS PLACE TO OPEN! Please include Tteokbokki. I am willing to pay a good price(please don't be nyc prices) and i look forward to visiting often!

Posted on: 8/19 19:51
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