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Re: Candice Osborne running, Not running, running, Not running,
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Clearly, you're a shill for one of Candice's political opponents. It's laughably transparent.

Hmm, I wonder why your post count is so low? :)


sorry, but having a vagina does not qualify for jersey city council. needs brain.


and having a screen name doesn't qualify you for being a good troll. spend more time on 4chan first so you can see how it should be done.

Posted on: 4/19 17:22
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Re: h1b racket in jersey city about to crash
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What's the problem with this again?

Posted on: 4/19 14:45
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Re: Heads Up - JCPD Driving Enforcement - Corner of 9th/Manila
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There is a very active JCPD campaign to ticket drivers who are hitting that corner of 9th and Manila - not stopping; on cell phones; illegal turns, etc.

Be aware - and get off your cell phones!


why on Earth would you want to warn people of this crackdown, I want people to feel it in their wallet when they get busted for driving like a Masshole


If you warn people, they will driver safer overall. That's more important than nailing them with a ticket once.

Posted on: 4/19 13:10
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Re: Candice Osborne running, Not running, running, Not running,
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Well, now. What do we have here? Take a look at the post counts of those who are trashing Candice.

rcjcinsider (OP) - 4
earthling - 24
Bahlofsky - 5
tinydancer116 - 13

Hmm, some would say that it is particularly strange that all of these new posters came out of the woodwork to unite on this one particular issue eh? It almost seems intentional. :)

Try to be more discrete next time, guys. It's painfully transparent.


kandi runs on dismal record, a few point it out in a large city jc is, and conspiracy theory is born.

is she stupid or no, after all? i mean our kandi, not the tv one.


Your misogyny is palpable. If you want to criticize the councilwoman on her record, do so. But your continued personal attacks are offensive - and more of a reflection on you (and the candidates you support) than her.


she failed as many times over. she is so stupid she is unable to argue her point. just review council meetings on youtube. she is handed over task and told fetch. case in point is her ramming no parking in front of marriott at grove path. clearly shows who her masters are.


Clearly, you're a shill for one of Candice's political opponents. It's laughably transparent.

Hmm, I wonder why your post count is so low? :)

Posted on: 4/19 12:49
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Re: Hey Hipster Bikers (& Kids) - Wear Your Helmets!
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So many people waiting for organ donors. The more the merrier, in a variety of sizes.


You made this joke three times already. We get it.

Posted on: 4/17 21:48
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Re: Candice Osborne running, Not running, running, Not running,
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I agree. There are far better candidates more qualified and that will do a much better job for this community. We need someone with an open mind and heart. Her opinions are way too strong and close minded for our community. She's way too mouthy and not the kind of person I'd want representing JC. She doesn't seem confident or stable enough in my opinion....social media reveals a lot about a person just saying people need to do their research!


being opinionated is not bad. being opinionated and stupid, is.

she is truly kandi from two and a half men sitcom.

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


25 posts. Hmmmm :)

Posted on: 4/16 11:30
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Re: Candice Osborne running, Not running, running, Not running,
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Well, now. What do we have here? Take a look at the post counts of those who are trashing Candice.

rcjcinsider (OP) - 4
earthling - 24
Bahlofsky - 5
tinydancer116 - 13

Hmm, some would say that it is particularly strange that all of these new posters came out of the woodwork to unite on this one particular issue eh? It almost seems intentional. :)

Try to be more discrete next time, guys. It's painfully transparent.

Posted on: 4/15 22:02

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Re: Hey Hipster Bikers (& Kids) - Wear Your Helmets!
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Only hipsters do this? I see your point but your message will lose effectiveness if you talk down to people.

Posted on: 4/15 21:59
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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“Never argue with an idiot. They will only bring you down to their level and beat you with experience.”

? George Carlin


THIS. SO MUCH THIS.

Posted on: 4/14 17:21
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Re: $512K payout for top Jersey City cop renews call for reform
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It's unbelievable that anyone ever thought it would be a good idea to allow people to cash out days from 30 years ago at current salary rates. It's a giant retroactive raise.


Deferred compensation is a GREAT idea for government officials. By the time the bill needs to be paid, whoever kicked the can down the road is long and gone.

Posted on: 4/13 18:17
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Re: GoFundMe for Little Boy Who May Lose Ear to Pit Bull Attack on Ocean Ave
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I'm not quite sure what it will take for people to realize that there's no place in Jersey City for "aggressive" car drivers. Not only do they pose a serious threat to people and other cars, but they require the resources of our hospitals, police departments and lawyers when accidents occur. This is not to say that there aren't careful, defensive car drivers. There are. But, when they're not, they do much more damage than other car drivers. (I would grandfather in, those aggressive car drivers that are already here.)


You mean "distracted" driving? "aggressive" driving is very subjective...


Sure, that's fine

Posted on: 4/13 16:44
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Re: GoFundMe for Little Boy Who May Lose Ear to Pit Bull Attack on Ocean Ave
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Snarky and clever but, ultimately, an unserious response.


Not snarky or unserious. Unless you think car accidents aren't a serious problem. Just showing how your logic doesn't hold up.

Posted on: 4/13 16:36
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Re: GoFundMe for Little Boy Who May Lose Ear to Pit Bull Attack on Ocean Ave
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I'm not quite sure what it will take for people to realize that there's no place in Jersey City for "fighting" dog breeds. Not only do they pose a serious threat to people and other dogs, but they require the resources of our animal shelter when they are abandoned. This is not to say that there aren't loving, gentle pit-bulls. There are. But, when they're not, they do much more damage than other breeds. (I would grandfather in, those dogs that are already here.)


I'm not quite sure what it will take for people to realize that there's no place in Jersey City for "aggressive" car drivers. Not only do they pose a serious threat to people and other cars, but they require the resources of our hospitals, police departments and lawyers when accidents occur. This is not to say that there aren't careful, defensive car drivers. There are. But, when they're not, they do much more damage than other car drivers. (I would grandfather in, those aggressive car drivers that are already here.)

Posted on: 4/13 15:53
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Also, this will not be popular but I would be in favor of removing seats from the subway cars. Not an ideal situation but I'd rather stand on the PATH than wait on the platform. (You could still keep a few priority seats available for the truly disabled).

Strap hangers across the entire car would help too.


I don’t mind standing, but unlike the laborers and service workers I ride with, I sit on my cracker-butt most of the day and get paid more for it.

So you get paid more huh. Do you normally reveal your salary to strangers on the train ? And what makes you think they make less than you ? You'd be surprised at what people make based on their looks.


lulwut

Posted on: 4/7 16:51
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Also, this will not be popular but I would be in favor of removing seats from the subway cars. Not an ideal situation but I'd rather stand on the PATH than wait on the platform. (You could still keep a few priority seats available for the truly disabled).

Strap hangers across the entire car would help too.


This is an idea that I think is worthy of consideration. But, not sure why you present it as a binary choice. The PATH could set up trains that incorporate cars of different types. SRO cars could be identified by painting them with a different external color, or by some sort of special decal on the window. One or two such cars could help alleviate overcrowding. Instead of straps hanging from the roof, they could outfit the cars with horizontal bars placed in the middle of the car, making it easier for the vertically challenged to be able to ride safely.


Makes sense to me. And I never understood why the horizontal bars did not extend across the entire car. I always stay in the middle of the car just to make sure I am near them.

Posted on: 4/6 17:33
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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All else being equal (and I know JC Public Schools are not "equal"), I've always thought it was a waste for children to be taking religion classes instead of math, science, technology, history, language, etc.

And I went to Catholic schools. Could have learned so much more during that time.

Posted on: 4/6 16:47
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Also, this will not be popular but I would be in favor of removing seats from the subway cars. Not an ideal situation but I'd rather stand on the PATH than wait on the platform. (You could still keep a few priority seats available for the truly disabled).

Strap hangers across the entire car would help too.

Posted on: 4/6 16:27
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Here's a question/thought: I rode from Grove-33rd yesterday (not my usual route) and noted that very few people got off the train at Christopher, 9th, 14th or 23rd. Would it increase capacity to have "express" trains that skipped those stations and went direct to 33rd? This is a legit question, so there's no need to tell me what a dumbass I am.


Besides the one track issue, I think many people are getting off at 33rd now due to the NJTransit issues.

Posted on: 4/6 16:18
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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Doesn't Fulop call himself a progressive?

Guess that's limited to passing meaningless gestures, like mandating that every city building have gender neutral bathrooms. Making substantive contributions towards his ostensible cause, like saving this school because it would tremendously benefit underprivileged youth (or even trying to drum up fundraising support), is apparently too much to ask.


And how do you propose the city government go about saving a private religious institution? I see your posts. Many seem to be of the right of center, market rules variety. Now you want the government involved?

SMH


It's about priorities. Mandating that all city buildings have gender neutral bathrooms is grandstanding, a complete waste of money, and accomplishes absolutely nothing.

That money would be much better spent trying to save this school, and to help the underprivileged youth make something of themselves and stay off the streets. And as I said, the least the guy could do is try and gin up support for fundraising.

It's the difference between caring about looking good vs. actually doing good.


More like the difference between making a logical argument vs. slamming your political opponent.

I don't like Fulop either but your post is nonsensical.

Posted on: 4/5 19:32
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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St. Anthony High School had a national reputation for producing outstanding basketball players.


Thanks.

Posted on: 4/5 17:20
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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What if they go rid of some of the seats at the ends of the cars and made the seats priority only? (Elderly, pregnant, sick, etc).

Posted on: 4/4 21:29
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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So what happened on the PATH today? Track condition?

Posted on: 4/4 10:14
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Sleep—or a hassle-free morning commute.

Choose wisely


Or negotiate with your employer to come in later.


Hahaha. Cute.

Choose wisely


If you're valuable to the company, they will find a way.

Posted on: 4/3 18:47
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Re: Tab for public workers' unused sick days tops $2 billion
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I never understood why employers (private or public) should pay for sick days. The way sick days should work is if you're sick, you don't come to work and you're still paid your salary (or equivalent compensation). Paying people later for unused sick time is nonsensical.

Posted on: 4/3 11:54
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Re: Big Brother is watching: '1984' returns to theaters
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I thought they should have shown this when Obama was caught ramping up the NSA, spying on reporters, eavesdropping on foreign leaders like Germany's Merkel, surveilling Rooskies at Trump Tower, leaking sensitive information for political gain, that sort of thing. All those took place before last November as I recall.


When it comes to privacy rights, every President stands on the shoulders of previous Presidents.

I fully support criticizing these overreaches by Obama. But will you do the same when Trump follows suit? Based on your posting history, I doubt it. You support party over country.


Are you kidding? Most Republicans don't think President Trump IS Republican, lol. But please show me where you criticized Obama for his amping up the NSA and the like-I don't recall you getting wound up over this.


I criticized Bush and Obama then for their privacy overreaches and I still do now. Looking forward to you doing the same with Trump.

I've never been a fan of Democrats. Republicans either. They both suck. You root for your political party regardless of what they do, that's all.

Posted on: 4/2 19:01
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Re: Big Brother is watching: '1984' returns to theaters
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I thought they should have shown this when Obama was caught ramping up the NSA, spying on reporters, eavesdropping on foreign leaders like Germany's Merkel, surveilling Rooskies at Trump Tower, leaking sensitive information for political gain, that sort of thing. All those took place before last November as I recall.


When it comes to privacy rights, every President stands on the shoulders of previous Presidents.

I fully support criticizing these overreaches by Obama. But will you do the same when Trump follows suit? Based on your posting history, I doubt it. You support party over country.

Posted on: 4/2 15:38
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Frank_M wrote:
Sleep—or a hassle-free morning commute.

Choose wisely


Or negotiate with your employer to come in later. Newport at 9 am is fine.

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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Sleep—or a hassle-free morning commute.

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+1

I'm been getting to work earlier and avoiding the crowds. 8:30 is impossible on PATH. Just don't do it.

Oddly enough, the return home commute isn't as bad.


It doesn't seem odd to me, lots of people stay in NYC for dinner/happy hours

Posted on: 3/31 12:45
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Re: Teens, ages 13 and 15, shot early Sunday morning in JC (3:00 am)
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Forget the curfew law. Throw the parents in the can for child neglect. Why are a 13 and 15 year old out that late? Keeping track of teenagers is hard? Guess what, raising kids IS hard.


Yes, throw the kids in foster care, I'm sure that will do wonders for their development. -____-

Yes because it was obviously going so well.


And foster care is the solution?

Posted on: 3/27 23:24
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Re: Teens, ages 13 and 15, shot early Sunday morning in JC (3:00 am)
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Forget the curfew law. Throw the parents in the can for child neglect. Why are a 13 and 15 year old out that late? Keeping track of teenagers is hard? Guess what, raising kids IS hard.


Yes, throw the kids in foster care, I'm sure that will do wonders for their development. -____-

Posted on: 3/27 13:12
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