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Re: Trump Our New President
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Another amazing speech by PRESIDENT Trump!!!

Just so happy he won and will take our country in the direction we desperately need to take. Time to start Making America Great Again!!!


You were going to say this regardless of how his speech went, though.

Posted on: 1/20 12:45
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Re: Montreal Bans New Pit Bull Ownership After Deadly Mauling
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But I don't think other dogs presently matches the killer instinct of the pit bull.


Not even hot dogs?


As usual dtjcview, you are mocking the seriously of the deaths caused by pit bulls.

This point was illustrated when Emmett Till's family had an open coffin when he was lynched. They wanted the world to see the effects of lynching. The public should see the effects of a mauled body by a pit bull.


And you are mocking the deaths caused by hot dogs.

Posted on: 1/19 17:44
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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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I think the working poor of Greenville, taking the bus, would be behind stop and frisk. What say you?


You have a real pulse on Greenville, eh? What's your secret?

Posted on: 1/18 15:09
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Re: Montreal Bans New Pit Bull Ownership After Deadly Mauling
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If we just ban these this won't happen.

http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/lehig ... orted_in_n_whitehall.html


If we ban cars, accidents won't happen either.

Posted on: 1/18 14:50
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Re: LeFrak joins Trump administration
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What's not to like? Want to get something built, deal with people who build things. I'll bet there will be shovels in the ground this time, unlike the bogus Obama claims that got nothing built.


Infrastructure is great. But take off your Republican hat off for a second, can you look someone in the eyes and say that LeFrak delivers quality buildings?

Posted on: 1/18 10:27
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Re: J.C. Police Sucker-Punched During Infraction
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What kind of pussy cops are these? Must be women.


Internet tough guy alert.

Posted on: 1/14 12:41
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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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"not taxed" != "abatement"

"Abatement is a reduction in the level of taxation faced by an individual or company. Examples of an abatement include a tax decrease, a reduction in penalties or a rebate. If an individual or business overpays its taxes or receives a tax bill that is too high, it can request an abatement from the tax authorities."
Abatement Definition | Investopedia
www.investopedia.com/terms/a/abatement.asp



Ralph, you are ignoring the fact that the county does not include tax abated property, or pilots in the formula when the county strikes the budget. If they did then the ratable base would be high and our tax bill would be much lower. I don't make this up, I do call the people who work on our budget in the county.



You're not very smart, yeah?

Posted on: 1/13 17:07
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Re: Jersey City mayor-elect orders end to citywide reval
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Jersey City's taxes will definitely be below 2% post-reval, but this has nothing to do with the reval so much as it does the increase in Jersey City's Equalized Valuation.

JC's EV is now $24 billion and will be even higher after the reval is completed.

JC's all-in tax levy is now $448.7 million. That rate will increase too, but not in proportion to the increase in the Equalized Valuation.

$448.7 million / $24 billion = 1.87%.

The tax rate will fall farther once the new EV is computed.





The reval will not increase or lower tax revenue for the city. It will simply re-allocate the tax bill among property owners.

Posted on: 1/11 19:14
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Re: How do you feel about Traffic Safety in JC? We want to know!
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Another person run down in the street today. Box truck driver hits pedestrian, now in critical condition. Newark Ave. & Tonnelle Ave., in Little India.

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Anyone who's driven in Little India can tell you, it's a shit show of jaywalkers (and aggressive drivers).

Posted on: 1/11 17:21
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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"I didn't choose to become President, I was born that way."

Posted on: 1/11 15:38
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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Yvonne wrote:
Florist arrangements or creating a wedding cake is part of an art form. How many artists refused to participate in Trump’s inauguration? Shouldn’t Trump sue because those artists discriminated against him? He is in an unique classification as president so he has a case. An artist also said on tv that he refused to design Mrs. Trump dress, isn't that another discrimination case?


Are you calling Trump gay?

Posted on: 1/11 13:39
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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Christians are pedophiles.


Nah, just the Church.

Posted on: 1/10 13:48
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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The anti Christian animus (and ignorance) exhibited by Brewster et al is, I think, the type of "soft persecution" of Christianity that the study means. It is is a bit of a stretch in a way- Christians in America certainly are not being beheaded as in Islamic countries, or put in internment camps as in Marxist states (N. Korea, China, Cuba, Venezuela). But the Enlighten critique of Christianity in many forms is now a sort of base prejudice.
The sexual abuse scandal is particularly interesting. While a few of the cases occurred under the pre Vatican II Church where a few notorious pedophiles flew under the radar and, as pedophiles do, were outsmarted based on institutional weaknesses, the overwhelming number of victims occurred in the new Church of Vatican II which largely tries to ape the larger world and accept its values. Chastity, virginity, penance- were forgotten and our shared values of concern for the poor, downtrodden, forgotten etc became all rather than only a part of the religion. Half celibates left for marriage. A certain portion that remained holy orders started watching TV and there were no longer any regulations- they could dress like laymen, travel on vacations etc. The habits of monks were denigrated. Is it any wonder that religious began acting out sexually?
In the early 1970s, the Catholic Traditionalist press, e.g. The Remnant, was apoplectic that certain priests were predatory homosexuals seeking to seduce adolescent boys. Cardinals and bishops were implicated, e.g. Cardinal Bernadine, Bishop Hubbard, etc. Letter writing campaigns were organized. Press conferences were called. Nothing happened! Instead, the press lionized these churchman who were all arch liberals. That is why Spotlight, the movie, and the like, is such BS. Yes, the Times did a service bringing light to the victims- but it was after years of being complicit in the cover-up. Moreover, when people began to put 2 + 2 together so that they saw that this was a homosexual phenomenon, not a pedophile phenomenon, the NY Times et al, got very defensive and skittish.
This continues today. Pope Francis is an enable of predatory homosexual priests of the first order. These degenerate men are now in power all throughout the Church and are engaged in a Stalinist campaign to destroy anyone who tries to stop them.
Francis ' household is run by Monsignor Ricca a convicted predatory homosexual and patron of gigolos. The famous "who am I to judge" statement of the Pope was made when reporters asked how he could have such a man run his household. Think of it. Ricca controls everyone who comes and goes at the Casa Marta. He is also in charge of the Vatican Bank. Other high profile predatory homosexuals (or protectors of same) include Cardinals McCarrick, Daneels, Mahoney, Kasper, Marx. LOL, Cardinal Daneels is on video tape haranguing a young man for the temerity to bring criminal charges against his uncle who as bishop had sodomized him as a teenager! The MSM will not talk about this because all of these church men deny Christ and everything Christ means. They are the trojan horse that has destroyed the church.
Penultimately, just for context, Stalinism killed many times more people than were victims of any Christian persecution. http://waitbutwhy.com/2013/08/the-dea ... comparison-breakdown.html

A respected estimate of the vicitms of the Spanish Inquisition is 30,000. His work on The Spanish Inquisition is published by Yale University Press (Fourth Edition, 2014). Kamen’s research has led him to conclude: “We can in all probability accept the estimate, made on the basis of available documentation, that a maximum of three thousand persons may have suffered death during the entire history of the tribunal” (p. 253). Kamen’s estimates may be too low, but they represent the general perspective of contemporary scholar. On the other hand, Stalin is estimate to have had 20 million victims. http://www.nytimes.com/1989/02/04/wor ... as-victims-of-stalin.html. Now the most recent stats I can find for Christians is 2013 1,123 Christians were reported to have been killed during the 12 months ending Oct. 31, 2013. https://www.worldwatchmonitor.org/2014/01/2935607/
Finally, on the sexual abuse of minors, it is all so curious. Our culture does all it can to destroy the innocence of children. The very idea of what psychologists used to call the latency period, or period after infantile sexual development and before adolescence is now ridiculed. Children, we are told, will decide their own sexual ethic and parameters among themselves. Along the way, they will be surrounded by hypersexualized models (Disney princesses) and play with dildos mandatged middle school sex ed. The age of consent is being lowered to 14!https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2 ... cia-hewitt-age-of-consent Our heads spin at homosexual sex scandal after scandal- from Sandusky (who actually was probably a true pedophile), to Canadian Youth Hockey, to pro football in England (soccer), to American Little League, etc.
Anyway, this is pissing into the wind because the antichristian have an incredible inability to admit their prejudice.
For anyone interested in more on the homosexual infiltration of the Catholic church consider Saint Damian's The Book of Gommorah, and, more recently, Randy Engel's Rites of Sodomy and Goodby Good Men by Michael Ros


What's your issue with paragraphs?

Posted on: 1/10 11:40
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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The best part about being a Christian is that you get to put yourself up on a cross, just like Jesus did.

Posted on: 1/10 11:39
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Re: Trump Our New President
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You can't say TRUMP isn't transparent ... he spews out what he feels, employs family and friends and displays (tweets / press conference) a genuine discontent with things that he isn't happy with. The presidency is going to be one big reality game show that will be a mixture of BIG BROTHER, THE APPRENTICE and SURVIVOR ... it's going to be one hell of a ride !


Think of it like winning the lottery.


If you blindly worship a politician as your personal hero and savior, then sure.

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Re: 25 miles up the Hudson River -- the Indian Point nuclear power plant will be shut down.
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Oh good, now we can burn more fossil fuels.


Too many accidents at this facility - plus they built it on a major earthquake fault. I'm glad it's closing.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Point_Energy_Center


Closing it before building a replacement facility?

Hope you like burning a lot more fossil fuel and paying more for energy.

Posted on: 1/9 22:58
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Re: 25 miles up the Hudson River -- the Indian Point nuclear power plant will be shut down.
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Oh good, now we can burn more fossil fuels.

Posted on: 1/9 22:33
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Re: Uber, Lyft, and traffic
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Anyway, I'm not really a fan of Lyft and Uber seems to be surging at times I need it or just generally expensive. My friend turned me on to Gett, a totally similar app except it gives you a flat rate. The promo code helps a lot - I took a late night ride from Ridgewood Queens to Downtown for $37.

http://invite.gett.com/code/GTXSRHD
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Surging when you need it? That's the point.

Without demand-based pricing, you won't have a car when you need it, either.

Posted on: 1/9 17:33
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Fiat/Chrysler to Trump-we believe you're going to make America great again! 1 billion of new investment in the USA, 2,000 manufacturing jobs!

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/article ... u-s-plants-for-jeeps-rams


Why isn't he saving Macy's? I mean, yeah, sales were down but all that new income he's gonna produce will help Macy's so why doesn't he save them?!


Macy's dumped Trump and his clothing line after Trump first starting running for office.

When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.


Put down the kool aid.. slowly.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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I assume you're being sarcastic. If so, they won't change the rate of technology growth.

Posted on: 1/9 13:12
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Why would we want to save retail jobs? Brick and mortar retail is dying. Online (Amazon) is the present and future.


Preach brother. Lets get rid of all those old fashioned manufacturing jobs as well. Automation (robots) is the present and future.



Whether we like it or not, it's true.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Fiat/Chrysler to Trump-we believe you're going to make America great again! 1 billion of new investment in the USA, 2,000 manufacturing jobs!

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/article ... u-s-plants-for-jeeps-rams


Great news but how is this attributable to Trump? This decision was made before the election (of course 1 billion dollar decisions aren't made overnight).

Also, 1 billion over 2,000 jobs is 500K per job. Which means more of an investment in automation than anything. Automation is the bigger threat to jobs than China or Mexico ever could be.
and don't forget who saved detroit's ass...also, why isn't scumbag trying to save retail jobs?


Why would we want to save retail jobs? Brick and mortar retail is dying. Online (Amazon) is the present and future.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Fiat/Chrysler to Trump-we believe you're going to make America great again! 1 billion of new investment in the USA, 2,000 manufacturing jobs!

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/article ... u-s-plants-for-jeeps-rams


Great news but how is this attributable to Trump? This decision was made before the election (of course 1 billion dollar decisions aren't made overnight).

Also, 1 billion over 2,000 jobs is 500K per job. Which means more of an investment in automation than anything. Automation is the bigger threat to jobs than China or Mexico ever could be.

Posted on: 1/9 12:04
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The paperwork is approved and being processed with the Australian Embassy and I'm looking for a rental in Melbourne Australia online - Looking forward to the adventure. Also looking for a realtor to find tenants for my two properties in JC and Bayonne


cool story bro, when does the movie come out?

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Re: There's a new approach for training Jersey City police recruits
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More minorities on the force.

Qualified applicants.

Pick one.


I don't see how these two options are mutually exclusive. Care to elaborate on your statement?


Really?

Posted on: 1/4 15:13
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Re: Something wrong with paying for new developments we can't afford | Morgan
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where is Earl Morgan wrong?

while the Croson study and our property tax inequity could be dismissed as inherited institutional racism, there is racial disparity in Jersey City and the city rather than stepping up to fix it only drags its feet and stalls at continued great expense.



Just because it's about money and classism doesn't mean it's about race.

Posted on: 1/3 21:11
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Re: Worthy causes
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We need much more info about what you're looking for..

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Re: Trump Our New President
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JUST IN: President-elect #Trump announces @Sprint will bring 5,000 jobs back to the U.S., and OneWeb will hire 3,000 people in the U.S.

https://twitter.com/FoxNews/status/814233863614382080


"Trump says..." So what? And I say I'm going to the gym every day in 2017. Talk is cheap and actions speak louder than words so let me know when it actually happens, not beforehand.

And if it eventually does, where's the evidence that shows it wasn't already in process?



Where is the evidence for something that has not yet happened?

Typical progressive logic... they are cheering hard for the future Trump Administration to fail... but they are prepared to take credit just in case his team is successful.

Remember " Successful Business Owner" you did not develop and build your business. The federal/state governments did that for you.


You're missing the point. If it hasn't happened yet, why does Trump announce it and pat himself on the back? Why do his supporters promote it like anything happened yet?

And I'm not a progressive - far from it. I just know that Actions > Words. Let's do something before we take credit for it, eh?


By this logic Obama should've not accepted the Nobel Peace Prize, lol.


I'm not an Obama fan nor was I referring to Obama. Do you have an actual counter-point to my logic?

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JUST IN: President-elect #Trump announces @Sprint will bring 5,000 jobs back to the U.S., and OneWeb will hire 3,000 people in the U.S.

https://twitter.com/FoxNews/status/814233863614382080


"Trump says..." So what? And I say I'm going to the gym every day in 2017. Talk is cheap and actions speak louder than words so let me know when it actually happens, not beforehand.

And if it eventually does, where's the evidence that shows it wasn't already in process?



Where is the evidence for something that has not yet happened?

Typical progressive logic... they are cheering hard for the future Trump Administration to fail... but they are prepared to take credit just in case his team is successful.

Remember " Successful Business Owner" you did not develop and build your business. The federal/state governments did that for you.


You're missing the point. If it hasn't happened yet, why does Trump announce it and pat himself on the back? Why do his supporters promote it like anything happened yet?

And I'm not a progressive - far from it. I just know that Actions > Words. Let's do something before we take credit for it, eh?

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