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Re: Carpenter to repair antique dining room chairs
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Hudson drapery on Franklin Street opposite Stop & Shop

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Re: its official: entire heights must buy resident parking permit
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Sam112 wrote:
So will residents who do not have cars be able to get a yearly pass for use when renting vehicles?


If a resident Leases a car they will be able to get a yearly pass.

Posted on: 7/28 19:22
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Re: 4th of July in JC @ Exchange Place - Featuring Snoop Dog
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Heights, no one gives two flying fickled fingers of fate about what you think. No one ever has and no one ever will but keep posting, you do give us all a laugh.

Posted on: 7/12 10:43
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Re: 9/11/16: 1 dead, multiple injured in Jersey City shooting
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Rome burns and where's King Steve - thinking about Trenton.


And what would you have him do? The miscreants that are on the streets have no respect for anything & no amount of police, etc will stop the bullshit until WE man up & take charge in instilling ethics or morals. But it is too much to ask the very sector that created this monster to take responsibility for it, it is far easier to blame someone else.

Posted on: 2016/9/11 14:56
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Re: When did the parking meter times change in the Heights?
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Yvonne wrote:
If you pay a meter for parking it is not free, psyop, but not providing parking for business is an anti-business. Unfortunately, a lot of my money goes where there is parking and I am not the only one in JC who patronize business where parking is not a hassle. This does not help the local economy. A friend told me recently, she decided not to patronize the beauty shop she normally goes to because her car got a ticket. She is now going to Bayonne where parking is not a hassle. You live in denial. It is not worth having your car ticketed and booted while you are spending your money. If JC had a municipal sales tax, of course, they would figure out a way to find parking so the money would stay in JC.


Parking? Bayonne? You must mean Bayonne, France. Parking is metered & is just about as big a problem there as here. And if you (or your little friend) really knew anything about the people who live in Bayonne you would be very aware of their peculiar little habit of lining up the middle of their vehicles with the meter, thereby taking up 2 spaces & paying for one.

But then that wouldn't fit into your agenda of all that is wrong with Jersey City.

Posted on: 2016/9/6 20:51
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Re: When did the parking meter times change in the Heights?
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Yvonne wrote:
Really, people plan wedding showers and important events at Burger King? Let's not confuse a 3 year old activities with adults events.


Did it ever occur to you that maybe, just maybe, something significant to the couple took place at a Burger King? That would make the venue something special. People with a sense of fun would do this. People who have a life would do this. I mean, not everyone can afford the Waldorf, Sardi's or the Russian Tea Room.

Posted on: 2016/9/4 16:39
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Re: Uptight Newark ave cop
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Poncho11 wrote:
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LoKo498 wrote:
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If I had an altercation with him I would have taken his name, but I was in the car and couldn't read his name and no reason to take his name at that time. So that makes your observation useless.

And this is being posted why? Did I miss something?


I was pointing out the attitude of this cop.to speak to someone this way. Git it ? Would you accept a cop speaking to you in this manner ? You sound like you would.


Had similar run in with a po-po from Union City. Solution was very simple, especially in this day & age. Couldn't see name or badge number because he had a traffic vest over it. BUT he couldn't hide his face from my cellphone camera, which I then sent to the Chief of Police with an explanation of the incident.


Both of you pointing out an incident means nothing because you have basically said nothing but that the mean policeman yelled at you.


Unlike your unlikely story, we were only bringing out the lousy attitude of the cop. Your brave cop story seems a little weak.


Call up Brian Stack & ask him. This incident took place during Sandy when I asked the officer a simple question & got a smart ass answer. I blew his answer off as him just being a jerk but when he started up again after several minutes later, I smiled took the picture & contacted Stack's office. Stack put me in touch with, then, Chief Barrett & the rest as they say is history.

Quite frankly, I don't give two hoots & a holler if you believe me or not, I know what happened. You two can't even tell anyone what your offenders look like much less call them to task for what you say was unprofessional behaviour. Both your stories are a tad weak. BTW, if an officer EVER "F" bombed me, he would be in the basement filing room. The reason some police take these kinds of liberties is because of the people's failure to demand better from them as well as themselves. Think about it, your inaction, to a small thing, has empowered someone, an officer no less, to possibly fall into a behavioural pattern that benefits no one.

Good job in letting a policeman speak to you that way & not doing anything.

Posted on: 2016/7/25 21:20

Edited by HeightsBrat on 2016/7/25 21:46:42
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Re: Uptight Newark ave cop
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Poncho11 wrote:
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LoKo498 wrote:
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Poncho11 wrote:
If I had an altercation with him I would have taken his name, but I was in the car and couldn't read his name and no reason to take his name at that time. So that makes your observation useless.

And this is being posted why? Did I miss something?


I was pointing out the attitude of this cop.to speak to someone this way. Git it ? Would you accept a cop speaking to you in this manner ? You sound like you would.


Had similar run in with a po-po from Union City. Solution was very simple, especially in this day & age. Couldn't see name or badge number because he had a traffic vest over it. BUT he couldn't hide his face from my cellphone camera, which I then sent to the Chief of Police with an explanation of the incident.


Both of you pointing out an incident means nothing because you have basically said nothing but that the mean policeman yelled at you.

Posted on: 2016/7/24 19:24
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Double late fees
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Brother lives in Bayonne. Due to health and personal issues he was unable to pay June's rent on time. There is a $50 dollar late charge. Well, he paid the June rent, with late charge, just after July 4th and the property manager informed him that the late charge is now $100. I told my brother to get in touch with his local rent board because I do not think you can double up on late charges. There is nothing in the lease about adding late charges like this and I personally think it is illegal, I just can't seem to find the law covering this.

Any help.

Posted on: 2016/7/17 19:30
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Re: Anyone playing Pokemon Go?
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A co-worker has gone absolutely nuts for this game. He said he was at Hamilton Park the other night, along with another 15 or 20 people, looking for one of the little critters.

Crazy, but if your not hurting yourself or others & everyone is having a good time & a laugh, why not.

Posted on: 2016/7/12 20:00
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Re: Jersey City councilman to raise money for possible mayoral bid
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This is interesting. Rich Boggiano has also expressed an interest in the corner office. Funny, if you asked Yun's wife she would insist that all Mike wanted to be was a good councilman.

Posted on: 2016/6/7 20:54
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Re: Debating Sprint vs. Verizon vs. T-Mobile
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I had Sprint for years without any major issues but started having one customer service problem after another. After almost a year of fighting & haggling with a customer service that was not even based in this country, I abandoned the account. I have had Verizon for almost a year. So far, service, phone & otherwise, has been good. Hopefully it will remain so.

Posted on: 2016/6/5 15:08
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Re: Who replaces 'Chico' on Jersey City's council?
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Terrence - how much did Paul Bellan-Boyer pay you to mention him???


I got two abandoned puppies and a raccoon.


Not gonna happen. You can't hold 2 city positions at the same time & I don't see Bellan-Boyer giving up the big bucks that Animal Control is paying him.

Posted on: 2016/5/14 20:00
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Re: Strong winds wreak havoc in JC, force street closures (PHOTOS)
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Strong winds wreak havoc in Jersey City, force street closures (PHOTOS)

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... e.html#incart_2box_hudson



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Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal The Jersey Journal
on April 03, 2016 at 11:01 AM, updated April 03, 2016 at 11:21 AM
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JERSEY CITY -- Strong winds have been wreaking havoc across the state, with Hudson County taking its fair share of damage.

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The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Warning for Hudson County until 2 p.m. Winds are expected to gust up to 60 mph.

Downed trees have closed several streets in Downtown Jersey City, including a stretch of Montgomery Street near Bowers Street.


Great reporting Caitlin. It's pretty hard for two streets to be near each other when they are in two different sections of the city &, just to clarify, they both run east/west.

Maybe the JJ should invest in people who either know Jersey City or a map.

Posted on: 2016/4/3 12:06
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Re: Jersey City fired me for Facebook posts on Hillary Clinton, Muslims, man says
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Yvonne wrote:
".....Fulop has told our employees everything they do must represent Fulop in a positive light....."


This is SOP with every administration.

Posted on: 2016/3/13 11:32
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Re: Tragic Accident leads to Fatality
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A tragedy for family & friends alike

May this child rest in peace & may the good Lord bring solace to the family.

Posted on: 2016/1/31 9:45
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Re: NYTimes - The Hunt: In Jersey City, a Room of Her Own (Well with 2 sisters)
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She has got to be kidding. For what she is paying for space in the living room & sharing everything else with perfect strangers, she could find her own studio or small apartment in the Heights or any other up & coming area of Jersey City. And to do this on Craigslist? Puhleeze.

Posted on: 2016/1/24 10:49
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Re: Jersey City Buses
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JC182 wrote:
The a & c bus corp. Buses. For example the one that says society hill/journal sq.


A&C leases from NJTransit as does everyone else, except the shitneys. You will not find their info on the NJTransit website. Call them direct at 201-434-9875.

Posted on: 2016/1/24 10:41
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Re: Lewd act on the #80 Bus
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Azul_the_Cat wrote:
I'm calling Bravo Sierra on this. 1st post, name with xxx in it, and seemingly idiotic question.


+100

I hate the smell of troll.

Posted on: 2016/1/20 18:14
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Re: Jersey City tries out 'day lighting' to boost pedestrian safety
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Oh dear, I guess this puts a crimp in a former assemblyman's lifelong plan to increase parking by allowing people to park in bus stops over night.

Posted on: 2016/1/18 18:31
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Re: I-Team: Hospital Charges $17,000 to Stitch a 2-Inch Cut in Emergency Room
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JerseyCityFrankie wrote:
I was innocent of the exorbitant fees Care Point charges so I simply went with them when I had to pick a local General Practitioner. When I had an issue I walked blindly into their cynical exploitation of people seeking basic health care. My brief brush with Care Point cost my insurers a great deal of money yet the actual human interaction was as minimal as you could imagine and at no point did I feel that anyone I dealt with cared for my health at all. My physician had not even read the blood and urine test reports when I went in for the follow up, I had to point out to her that the lab had written on the report "we did not perform the urin test" she had not read the report but acted as if she had. What options do I have for avoiding Care Point? Next time I go in for whatever reason, am I allowed to say " I do not want Care Point to play any roll in my treatment"? Or do I have to just go where they tell me?


You are the patient, you do not have to put up with anything. Find out what hospitals your doctor is affiliated with. If it's a CarePoint hospital, nuf said. You can look for another physician. You don't have to start from the ground & work your way up, tell your doctor you want your records, it is your right. Good luck.

Posted on: 2016/1/10 18:49
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Re: I-Team: Hospital Charges $17,000 to Stitch a 2-Inch Cut in Emergency Room
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Let's add this to the SCUM that is the "Our wealth at the cost of your Health" group known as (We don't)CarePoint.

Because these bastards wanted it their way or the highway, Horizon Blue Cross/Blue Shield is no longer accepted at Christ Hospital. This happened in June 2015. That's okay they said, you can go to Hoboken (which is inaccessable by public transportation, not to mention parking) or you can go to Bayonne, which not only is the most expensive hospital in the country but about 5 miles away.

Their employee morale is not great & (We don't)CarePoint is starting to experience turnover.

Posted on: 2016/1/10 9:37
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Re: Hide, The FBI is on Newark Ave
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LoKo498 wrote:
Nice post anonymous_abc0123. Sounds like it was YOUR store which was involved espicially since this was your first & only post!


Here is something that makes you go Hmmmm…..

“Fishman said Ashu Jewels, Tanishq Jewels and Raja Jewels, all on the same block of Newark Avenue in Jersey City, participated in the ring. All three jewelry stores have been closed by federal authorities and a large amount of inventory has been seized. In April 2011, feds and Jersey City police raided the stores.”

And it just so happens that anonymous_abc0123’s profile reads…..

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Posted on: 2016/1/9 9:32
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Re: Baby Taken to Hospital After Shooting - Bergen & Harrison - 2:30pm
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heights wrote:
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HeightsBrat wrote:
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Monroe wrote:
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Monroe wrote:
Wasn't it last year that Torres, Fulop, and Baraka had a photo/video op where they were joining together to fight crime? Day after Christmas we have one shot and killed in Newark, two shot and killed in Paterson, and a 1 year old shot in Jersey City.

Great job, mayors!

http://www.northjersey.com/news/pater ... ayors-say-video-1.1058597

(edited to add that these three towns suck up a total of close to $1.8 BILLION dollars, each and ever year, in Abbott money alone!


No one knows what is in another person's mind & at best police are a deterrent to those who may be thinking of commiting a crime. A policeman for every person will not stop anything, slow it down but not stop a person who is hellbent on commiting some heinous act.

Okay so we get it, you hate Fulop, move on. Instead of being a broken record & droning on & on about what is wrong why don't you come up with a solution or are you like so many of the previous administration's faithful, mindless.

There are many in the community, particularly the south, trying their best to find a way to help turn their community around but it is obvious you are not one of them. Drone on Monroe & become as irrelavent as others on this board.


I don't 'hate' Fulop, I disagree (mostly) with his politics. But when three mayors join together to fight crime, and fail miserably, isn't it ok to make a comment about that failure of their goals? When they call a press conference to hype their goals, and fall flat on their faces, is it not ok to opine??


It is fine to have an opinion but unfortunately this is a subject for which no solution is easy. It is mostly a bandaid at best for those who want some kind of answer. That people are that willing to put everything in the hands of government & take every statement as gospel sets up a dangerous precedence on two fronts, one being the loss of personal freedom & the other to the moral breakdown of society in which you now divide society into a lawabiding & non lawabiding segments. The problem, imo, is societal. All too often witnesses & victims themselves are uncooperative because of the "snitches get stitches" mentality. This empowers the criminal element & makes those charged with our safety all but powerless. Crime will only falter when we take responsibility (& I am not talking about vigilantism) for our own behaviour & demand the same of others.

Mayor Fulop's response to this crime and every other crime based incident was the word "daunting" I think that says it all. You're in good company there Brat. Maybe you can take the reigns if Fulop seeks that higher office that he's been eyeing.


And tell us oh great one what would you do? Have you ever presented any plans or ideas to any one? Or do you sit at these captain's meetings that you so diligently post & cry about your neighbor putting out his garbage too early or the indigents or day laborers who almost ran you over on the sidewalk with their bicycles. Puhleeze, you talk like a big man but wasn't it you who once said you wouldn't ride down a certain street in Hoboken cause there was a "social" club there & you didn't want to invade their turf?

Posted on: 2016/1/5 19:13
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Re: Baby Taken to Hospital After Shooting - Bergen & Harrison - 2:30pm
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Monroe wrote:
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HeightsBrat wrote:
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Monroe wrote:
Wasn't it last year that Torres, Fulop, and Baraka had a photo/video op where they were joining together to fight crime? Day after Christmas we have one shot and killed in Newark, two shot and killed in Paterson, and a 1 year old shot in Jersey City.

Great job, mayors!

http://www.northjersey.com/news/pater ... ayors-say-video-1.1058597

(edited to add that these three towns suck up a total of close to $1.8 BILLION dollars, each and ever year, in Abbott money alone!


No one knows what is in another person's mind & at best police are a deterrent to those who may be thinking of commiting a crime. A policeman for every person will not stop anything, slow it down but not stop a person who is hellbent on commiting some heinous act.

Okay so we get it, you hate Fulop, move on. Instead of being a broken record & droning on & on about what is wrong why don't you come up with a solution or are you like so many of the previous administration's faithful, mindless.

There are many in the community, particularly the south, trying their best to find a way to help turn their community around but it is obvious you are not one of them. Drone on Monroe & become as irrelavent as others on this board.


I don't 'hate' Fulop, I disagree (mostly) with his politics. But when three mayors join together to fight crime, and fail miserably, isn't it ok to make a comment about that failure of their goals? When they call a press conference to hype their goals, and fall flat on their faces, is it not ok to opine??


It is fine to have an opinion but unfortunately this is a subject for which no solution is easy. It is mostly a bandaid at best for those who want some kind of answer. That people are that willing to put everything in the hands of government & take every statement as gospel sets up a dangerous precedence on two fronts, one being the loss of personal freedom & the other to the moral breakdown of society in which you now divide society into a lawabiding & non lawabiding segments. The problem, imo, is societal. All too often witnesses & victims themselves are uncooperative because of the "snitches get stitches" mentality. This empowers the criminal element & makes those charged with our safety all but powerless. Crime will only falter when we take responsibility (& I am not talking about vigilantism) for our own behaviour & demand the same of others.

Posted on: 2016/1/3 8:48
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Re: Baby Taken to Hospital After Shooting - Bergen & Harrison - 2:30pm
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HeightsBrat wrote:
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heights wrote:
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(In the comments to this story, a friend/family member states that this is the SECOND time that this guys car was . shot up in JC. And he's just quit his second job because he "fears for his life." Is there something connected to this?)

Reader comment:
Did most of you know he just got the car a month ago cause his last POS car was shot up in JC also due to gun violence, but he never reported it! SO YES he brought another car! AS FAR his quitting his 2nd job as a delivery man, hes fears for his life. Sorry, if you guys don't know the whole truth!

By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on December 31, 2015 at 11:27 AM, updated December 31, 2015 at 11:46 AM

The father of an 18-month-old boy who was struck in the face by a stray bullet last week wants out of Jersey City.

The boy survived, but Michel Beshay has since set up a fundraiser on GoFundMe.com to help move his wife and two kids out of Jersey City.

"I am going to move," Beshay told The Jersey Journal this morning. "I am 100 percent going to move."

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It take brass balls to start a GoFundMe page asking the public to donate so he can move. And he wants $25,000 to do it! Unbelievable.

You ungrateful xenophobic cheap skate.



HAHAHAHAHAHA!

So how much did you donate? I guarantee nothing. You do not even know what the word xenophobe means you dolt.

Oh webmaster, webmaster. heights is trying to defame me by using words he doesn't even know the meaning of. I think he should be censured for making silly statements & put on Santa's naughty list for nex year.




It's time you are put back in your cage, people of your caliber should be contained so you don't spew any more of your toxins. Hopefully the webmaster will see you for what you really are and end your silly rants on these threads. You're really not that bright.



And you know people of a different caliber? I don't think so. You are the reason I don't attend the Captain's meetings you post in hopes of meeting people, real live people. It is the dull & boring, like yourself who should be contained with your racist, xenophobic rants. I just like giving everyone a laugh at your expense. Now get on your Schwinn, peddle to your Yugo & find some trite little annoyance you can put us to sleep with.

You are repeating yourself as usual, can't think of anything new to spew huh? Well glad to see I have the talent to keep you away from concerned citizens once a month now if I could only figure out a way to extinguish you from these threads then my job is complete.


You are truly a sad person if you think it takes talent to keep people from participating in a public meeting with those charged with our safety. And you seek to “extinguish” me from a public forum where vitriol rules & the thin-skinned cry. You, who think people who are not like you should be confined to cages. You referred to a stylish dressed Indian woman as a “pimpette”; you also stated that affordable housing & mixed income neighborhoods have no business intermingling. And yes, I can reference the specific posts these reprehensible statements came from. They are only a few of many. And I bet you go to mass every week cause you’re a good little boy. Tsk, tsk, tsk.

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Re: Baby Taken to Hospital After Shooting - Bergen & Harrison - 2:30pm
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heights wrote:
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HeightsBrat wrote:
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heights wrote:
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HeightsBrat wrote:
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jerseymom wrote:
(In the comments to this story, a friend/family member states that this is the SECOND time that this guys car was shot up in JC. And he's just quit his second job because he "fears for his life." Is there something connected to this?)

Reader comment:
Did most of you know he just got the car a month ago cause his last POS car was shot up in JC also due to gun violence, but he never reported it! SO YES he brought another car! AS FAR his quitting his 2nd job as a delivery man, hes fears for his life. Sorry, if you guys don't know the whole truth!

By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on December 31, 2015 at 11:27 AM, updated December 31, 2015 at 11:46 AM

The father of an 18-month-old boy who was struck in the face by a stray bullet last week wants out of Jersey City.

The boy survived, but Michel Beshay has since set up a fundraiser on GoFundMe.com to help move his wife and two kids out of Jersey City.

"I am going to move," Beshay told The Jersey Journal this morning. "I am 100 percent going to move."

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It take brass balls to start a GoFundMe page asking the public to donate so he can move. And he wants $25,000 to do it! Unbelievable.

You ungrateful xenophobic cheap skate.



HAHAHAHAHAHA!

So how much did you donate? I guarantee nothing. You do not even know what the word xenophobe means you dolt.

Oh webmaster, webmaster. heights is trying to defame me by using words he doesn't even know the meaning of. I think he should be censured for making silly statements & put on Santa's naughty list for nex year.




It's time you are put back in your cage, people of your caliber should be contained so you don't spew any more of your toxins. Hopefully the webmaster will see you for what you really are and end your silly rants on these threads. You're really not that bright.



And you know people of a different caliber? I don't think so. You are the reason I don't attend the Captain's meetings you post in hopes of meeting people, real live people. It is the dull & boring, like yourself who should be contained with your racist, xenophobic rants. I just like giving everyone a laugh at your expense. Now get on your Schwinn, peddle to your Yugo & find some trite little annoyance you can put us to sleep with.

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Re: Baby Taken to Hospital After Shooting - Bergen & Harrison - 2:30pm
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heights wrote:
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HeightsBrat wrote:
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jerseymom wrote:
(In the comments to this story, a friend/family member states that this is the SECOND time that this guys car was shot up in JC. And he's just quit his second job because he "fears for his life." Is there something connected to this?)

Reader comment:
Did most of you know he just got the car a month ago cause his last POS car was shot up in JC also due to gun violence, but he never reported it! SO YES he brought another car! AS FAR his quitting his 2nd job as a delivery man, hes fears for his life. Sorry, if you guys don't know the whole truth!

By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on December 31, 2015 at 11:27 AM, updated December 31, 2015 at 11:46 AM

The father of an 18-month-old boy who was struck in the face by a stray bullet last week wants out of Jersey City.

The boy survived, but Michel Beshay has since set up a fundraiser on GoFundMe.com to help move his wife and two kids out of Jersey City.

"I am going to move," Beshay told The Jersey Journal this morning. "I am 100 percent going to move."

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It take brass balls to start a GoFundMe page asking the public to donate so he can move. And he wants $25,000 to do it! Unbelievable.

You ungrateful xenophobic cheap skate.



HAHAHAHAHAHA!

So how much did you donate? I guarantee nothing. You do not even know what the word xenophobe means you dolt.

Oh webmaster, webmaster. heights is trying to defame me by using words he doesn't even know the meaning of. I think he should be censured for making silly statements & put on Santa's naughty list for nex year.




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Re: Baby Taken to Hospital After Shooting - Bergen & Harrison - 2:30pm
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jerseymom wrote:
(In the comments to this story, a friend/family member states that this is the SECOND time that this guys car was shot up in JC. And he's just quit his second job because he "fears for his life." Is there something connected to this?)

Reader comment:
Did most of you know he just got the car a month ago cause his last POS car was shot up in JC also due to gun violence, but he never reported it! SO YES he brought another car! AS FAR his quitting his 2nd job as a delivery man, hes fears for his life. Sorry, if you guys don't know the whole truth!

By Caitlin Mota | The Jersey Journal
on December 31, 2015 at 11:27 AM, updated December 31, 2015 at 11:46 AM

The father of an 18-month-old boy who was struck in the face by a stray bullet last week wants out of Jersey City.

The boy survived, but Michel Beshay has since set up a fundraiser on GoFundMe.com to help move his wife and two kids out of Jersey City.

"I am going to move," Beshay told The Jersey Journal this morning. "I am 100 percent going to move."

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It take brass balls to start a GoFundMe page asking the public to donate so he can move. And he wants $25,000 to do it! Unbelievable.

Posted on: 2015/12/31 20:56
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Re: As the end of the year approaches, let's recap JC in 2015
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Home away from home
Home away from home


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tamard wrote:


The Kitchen didn't "Close" according their Facebook page updated yesterday. The Executive Chef/staff left and they are now regrouping & will open again in early 2016.

https://www.facebook.com/kitchenatgrovestation/?fref=ts



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bodhipooh wrote:

Closed / OOB: Carrino Provisions / Osteria / Bell & Gray, Lee Sim's, Thirty Acres, Powerhouse Lounge / 6th Boro Lounge, Sushi Tango, Box, Nu Bar, Azucar, The Kitchen.


Lee Sim's is still alive & kicking

Posted on: 2015/12/29 16:42
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