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Re: Donald Trump Solidifies World Peace
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Good *lord* you guys are thirsty for a win, aren't you.


I don't see that. Been many wins so far, one after another. I think the lefty's are dying of thirst for an L".

Look no further than Bill Maher, praying for a Recession, acknowledging it will hurt millions, just to get rid of Trump.

Trump derangement syndrome is indeed real. I didn't vote for the clown, but I do appreciate his ability to bring out the absolute worst in the mouth breathing, frothing progs.


Bingo. This show started on Election Day, and has continued uninterrupted ever since. Demonstrates how deranged the far left is. Like a man said - if Trump cured cancer, they'd vilify him for putting oncologists out of work.

What they don't realize is that Americans, contrary to far left's belief, are not stupid, and will conclude that these clowns are deranged, detached from reality, and unelectable.

4 more years!

Posted on: 6/12 13:17
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Re: Donald Trump Solidifies World Peace
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DeNiro really went the white trash route with his comment at the Tony's.
Really pretty sad. While Trump is sitting down with Kim, did he need that kind of outburst?
Jeez.


Those unhinged, profane, hysterical outbursts by the far left are clear evidence that Trump is doing alright.

4 more years!

Posted on: 6/12 10:22
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Re: Donald Trump Solidifies World Peace
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Nobel Peace Prize for Trump, Dennis Rodman, and Kim Jong Un!

Y'all think this idea is too weird?

Has anyone seen the CNN interview of Chris Cuomo with Dennis Rodman?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAJLJRRJY3E

Pretty amazing stuff... If only the Nobel Committee had some balls.


Posted on: 6/12 9:35
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Re: New Amazon HQ
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Who knew there was a homeless crisis? The 8 years previous to January 2017 we never heard about such things. The people were living large with free cell phones, free rent and healthcare. If we could have only paid off everyone's tuition debt that would have been the cherry on the progressive agenda.



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But I thought there was so much winning going on that EVERYONE has a well paying job now?

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Actually.... my post was sarcastic in nature. I was hoping to get some of the left wing / progressive / communists on the site to respond? In typical fashion, they remain silent, because when one of their own (Bezos/WaPo) is caught in an issue wear facts challenge left wing agenda / dogma.


Ah, my bad, sarcasm doesn't travel well over text.


I was quite baffled by the post myself. The sarcasm may have been a little too cloaked. I missed it entirely.

The situation in Seattle and in Portland has gotten quite dire. Aggressive panhandling is quite common, drug addiction is rampant, and both cities have seemingly given up on a real solution to either problem. The previous mayor of Portland didn't even run for reelection. Both cities keep extending protections of the homeless population with policies and edicts that go against the best interests of businesses and other city residents. And, let's be clear, no one is arguing for either city to turn their back on the homeless population, just that it find better (and, effective) ways to address the issues.


Oh that's because this crisis is Trump's fault.

Posted on: 5/17 17:06
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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This is not about me nicky, although I do have a great deal of respect for the Polish people. I actually remember reading about St. Maximum Kolbe who gave his life for a Jewish man about to be executed by the Nazi. Kolbe was a Catholic priest who wrote articles condemning Nazis for rounding up Jewish people. When someone escaped from a Nazi camp, ten people was chosen to be executed, a Jewish man was in that list and cried because he had a wife and children. So Maximilian Kolbe volunteered to take his place. The Nazis went after the Jews but the Polish people did not fare well during the war. According to wikianswers, 3 million Catholic Polish people died under the Nazis regime.


How do you even post something like this?


And this for example - " There is a Holocaust memorial in Liberty State Park, also a prime location. If the park were to relocate this memorial, I am sure there would be outrage."

On Fulop's twitter feed the nazis and white power contingent used the same argument.

Yvonne feeds off anger, racism, fear, and misery. She's toxic.


No, you're toxic for regurgitating the old trope about twitter nazis and white power.

It was Fulop who first played the Holocaust card by calling the Polish Senator anti-semite and Holocaust denier, bringing the whole discourse to the gutter level.

Therefore, the hypothetical example of moving a Holocaust memorial is absolutely fair game, and a high-road one at that compared to the Fulop utterance.

Posted on: 5/15 12:54
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Re: Port Authority tests new security scanners at WTC PATH station
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Is it something like out of the movie Total Recall ('90s version)?






My thought exactly. Science fiction becomes reality if you wait long enough.. :)

Posted on: 5/11 10:17
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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"What is not up for debate is Fulops (sic) handling of the situation... outright bigotry on Twitter in the style of Trump.


For Fulop's tweets to be "bigotry", the opinions he's opposed to would have to be legitimate in your view. You're down with holocaust denial and anti-semitism?


Fulop is lying when he says that Speaker of the Polish Senate Stanislaw Karczewski is a Holocaust denier and an anti-semite.

Flat-out lie, meant to raise the stakes and piss everybody off even more.


Posted on: 5/9 23:12
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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I liked the idea of the tip of Morris Canal Park though. That's a dramatic setting for a dramatic statue.

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Tip of Morris Canal Park makes too much sense for it to happen.

If Fulop played it right, approached the community in the right way, explained the rationale, I bet the move to that location would have been accepted. Not to the fuking median and not because I told you so, and certainly not because Poles are anti-semites or whatever slur he used.

He handled it in the worst possible way.

His conduct does not give me any confidence in Senator Fulop or whatever political office he will be aspiring to.

Posted on: 5/9 8:55
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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I can't believe the sculptor goes by "Audrey".

Posted on: 5/8 20:44
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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My understanding is that local Poles still commemorate anniversaries of the Katyn massacre at the memorial. If Fulop moves it to the median, how the hell are they going to do that?

I say move it to the tip of the Morris Canal Park.

Posted on: 5/7 9:16
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Bayonne will take it.


In a twist, Bayonne Mayor Jimmy Davis Thursday evening offered to take the Katyn memorial if Jersey City doesn't want it.

"As mayor I would be proud to have it at one of our many of our wonderful parks, maybe at Rutkowski Park which is named in honor of one of Bayonne's most prominent Polish-American leaders," Davis said in a statement.

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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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This monument was not meant to be bizarre. If it is perceived that way just signifies that it is artistically bad, way too literal.

You don't create Holocaust memorials depicting corpses being loaded into ovens.

The sculptor here resorted to shock value because he had no better ideas to convey the tragedy of mass murder of Polish war prisoners by the Soviets.



it's actually the opposite of literal. it is figurative.
first, they died of machine-gun fire (not bayonettes).
the earliest victims of the massacre were Polish military officers who were instructed not to resist the Russians, and were rounded up and imprisoned for their efforts. it was a huge betrayal, in addition to being a war crime.
they were "stabbed in the back" in the figurative sense.


Do you understand expression "way too literal"?

It does not mean "literal".

"Way too literal" as in depicting murder.

In addition, they were not machine-gunned. They were shot from pistols in the back of the head.

Your point about "backstabbing" is valid. But also too literal to make the art powerful.

You want a powerful war crime (in this case Holocaust) memorial?

Check out the Berlin Holocaust memorial. Yes, different scale entirely, but no drastic sculptures there. They are not needed. The stelae say it all.

Posted on: 5/3 17:29
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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This monument was not meant to be bizarre. If it is perceived that way just signifies that it is artistically bad, way too literal.

You don't create Holocaust memorials depicting corpses being loaded into ovens.

The sculptor here resorted to shock value because he had no better ideas to convey the tragedy of mass murder of Polish war prisoners by the Soviets.
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(the last one is the irish hunger, not the holocaust)

look, just because you want life to be sunshine and roses doesn't mean it's a bad statue. It's a fantastic statue, and even if it moves, I hope it stays somewhere prominent. It's an icon of this city now, whether you like it or not.


The one that literally depicts murder (gassing with Zyklon B in Auschwitz) seem to be enclosed, so the public can make a choice to view them or not with their eyes wide open.

The others are striking (dead bodies, escapes, etc), but do not depict a graphic act of murder.






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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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This monument was not meant to be bizarre. If it is perceived that way just signifies that it is artistically bad, way too literal.

You don't create Holocaust memorials depicting corpses being loaded into ovens.

The sculptor here resorted to shock value because he had no better ideas to convey the tragedy of mass murder of Polish war prisoners by the Soviets.




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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Bayonne will take it.

Posted on: 5/1 10:36
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Re: Democratic Party lobbyist Removed From Port Authority
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"From what I read". Is that the same as "people are saying"?




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This incident is noteworthy because it shows, in a nutshell, limousine liberals' attitude towards the "little people", including law enforcement.

From what I read Hillary Clinton behaved towards the Secret Service EXACTLY like Turner when she was in the White House. I bet $$ to donuts that Fauxcahontas is also like that, or even worse. She has that rabid look...

PS - I loved the elitist references to MIT and Yale PhD students...this tape should be part of the Limousine Liberalism 101 course that I encourage these fine institutions to establish, but doubt very much they will.




There was a couple of books by Secret Service agents saying the same thing.

Google it bitch.

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Re: Democratic Party lobbyist Removed From Port Authority
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This incident is noteworthy because it shows, in a nutshell, limousine liberals' attitude towards the "little people", including law enforcement.

From what I read Hillary Clinton behaved towards the Secret Service EXACTLY like Turner when she was in the White House. I bet $$ to donuts that Fauxcahontas is also like that, or even worse. She has that rabid look...

PS - I loved the elitist references to MIT and Yale PhD students...this tape should be part of the Limousine Liberalism 101 course that I encourage these fine institutions to establish, but doubt very much they will.






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Re: Democratic Party lobbyist Removed From Port Authority
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Looks like Turner arrived on the scene late, as they were almost done and about to tow the vehicle.

I bet her daughter called her and asked her to come over and bring her gold PA badge (which, btw, no PA non-law enforcement official ever uses and is largely ceremonial).

Clearly a deliberate attempt to improperly influence a police officer. Kudos to the officers for handling it well. What a lousy job...


Posted on: 4/25 17:41
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Re: Kushner in New Jersey unraveling
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I would not be surprised if Kushner were 100% correct. It would look bad on Fulop's Democratic resume going forward that he struck a deal with Kushner. In these Twitter-driven times it could be a kiss of death.

Posted on: 4/24 12:08
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Re: Costco comes to Hudson County
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I also heard good things about Costco fish and seafood quality. Do you guys concur? If so I'd be very happy.

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Re: Costco comes to Hudson County
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We go to the one in Clark, and we hit it for about $200 every couple of weeks. We have an Executive membership, so the rewards check we get at the end of the year pays for the membership.

Membership is worth it for organic milk, meats, cheeses, paper goods, snacks like almonds and protein bars, a lot of produce like bagged salads, tomatoes, cucumbers and berries, yogurt, seafood.

It makes feeding a family of five (us, our kid, and my in-laws) very reasonable.


Thx

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Re: Costco comes to Hudson County
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It's a store for goodness sake. Go somewhere else. Don't they charge you to be able to shop there??


Exactly. How much do you have to buy/week at Costco to make it worth the membership fee?

Posted on: 4/20 9:14
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Re: A lot more people in N.J. will be registered to vote soon.
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Does it mean non-citizens will able to vote?

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Re: N.J. city shuts down burlesque show, citing obscenity laws
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I am disappointed it was not Ms Bustle who was dressed as a part of the female anatomy.

I guess she does it every night so this time she let someone else run with it.

Posted on: 4/13 12:35
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Re: Group wants new highway leading to Jersey City Waterfront
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BeLa folks will get better access to the emergency services of Jersey City Medical Center. That is sorely needed, even more so with all the development going on there by the Light Rail Station.

Jersey Avenue extension connecting BeLa to DT is a no-brainer, no matter what DT nimbys say.


What? How so?? The distance to the JCMC ER via a theoretical LSP vehicular bridge is the same distance, or longer, from ANY point in BeLa.

And, the Communipaw (or , Johnston) to Pacific to Grand to JCMC route is all right turns, while any route via LSP would include two rail crossings in addition to multiple extra traffic lights and some left turns.


My bad, I thought BeLa extends east of Pacific Ave, where all the development is happening around the Light Rail station. I looked at the map and it seems this area (between Pacific and Turnpike) is not BeLa. Still, whatever the name, very soon this area will be densely developed.

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Re: Group wants new highway leading to Jersey City Waterfront
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BeLa folks will get better access to the emergency services of Jersey City Medical Center. That is sorely needed, even more so with all the development going on there by the Light Rail Station.

Jersey Avenue extension connecting BeLa to DT is a no-brainer, no matter what DT nimbys say.

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Re: Holi Hai at Exchange Place
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So I click on this thread looking for a brunch place, thinking that Holi Hai is some kind of a new restaurant at Exchange Place.

Instead I find user BeatrixKiddo as usual calling people names, this time over effin talcum powder.

I think I lost my appetite.

Posted on: 4/7 13:37
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Re: Tell Trader Joe's to come to Jersey City!
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how is the trader joe's in hoboken doing? is it mad buzy like the ones in manhattan?


Not as busy. It is nice. I hated the one at 72nd and Broadway. Effin madhouse.

I can always find parking in Hoboken TJ, and shopping there is a pleasure.

Posted on: 4/6 13:29
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Re: Latin supermarket
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Yes, we got our fill of the cruises. We may actually go the fourth time, but stay on Isabela, chill and maybe do some day trips (or not). Isabela feels like it is at the end of the world.

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Re: Latin supermarket
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We stayed at a place just opposite Malecon and hiked up to the top of the Barrio....on our way to the Galapagos last October. We considered going through Quito but didn't want to deal with the altitude. We enjoyed Guayaquil.


At considerable risk of being off-topic (but heck, I am the thread-starter so I am allowed;), it was our third Galapagos trip - twice via Quito and once via Guayaquil. Quito's historic center is on UNESCO's Heritage of Humanity list - def worth seeing unless one really is altitude-sensitive.

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