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Re: Joaquin could impact N.J., pose biggest threat since Sandy
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They are extremely involved mathematical models. You'd need to have a really advanced understanding of mathematics to understand the assumptions. I'm not saying you don't have that, just that you'd need it to even understand it. I briefly studied weather modeling and it's very complex. And as MDM said, it's a chaotic system. So one tiny change can have huge effects and vice versa.

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How are the models different in approach/methodology?


That I can't answer. I imagine that since they are trying to model a chaotic system, the models themselves are pretty involved.

Posted on: 2015/10/1 19:45
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Re: Finally - a fish market
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Posted on: 2015/9/18 17:14
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Re: Kid friendly restaurant
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Thanks everyone!

Posted on: 2015/8/31 13:57
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Re: Kid friendly restaurant
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Thx!!

Posted on: 2015/8/29 17:17
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Re: Kid friendly restaurant
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Awesome, thanks!

Posted on: 2015/8/29 15:38
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Kid friendly restaurant
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Hi Everyone,

I'm sure this has been asked but I can't find it. I have a friend visiting with her two young children - probably 6 and 8-ish. Any recs for family friendly lunch options downtown? Type of cuisine unimportant - they eat anything. I just have no clue which restaurants are good for kids. Thanks in advance.

Posted on: 2015/8/29 13:52
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Re: Sailing in New York Harbor
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Hey, bodhipooh,

Is this the place you were thinking of? http://www.sailny.org/cms/index.php?m ... _id=10&MMN_position=33:33
Not free but definitely pretty cheap.

Posted on: 2015/8/26 20:09
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Re: Sailing in New York Harbor
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Damn, that would be awesome!! I will look too and if I find anything, I'll let you know.

Posted on: 2015/8/24 20:58
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Re: Sailing in New York Harbor
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Nice! I had never sailed before, and they helped me to pass the ASA certification exam with a score of 99. If I can do it, I'd say almost anyone can!

Let me know if you take the class and/or join their sailing club. Maybe we can crew together sometime.

Posted on: 2015/8/24 17:35
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Re: Sailing in New York Harbor
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I just took the sailing 101 class at True North Sailing School: http://sailtruenorth.com/
It was a blast and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in sailing.

Posted on: 2015/8/24 17:00
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Re: Inspired by Tron, Hoboken entrepreneur starts line of 'stylishly safe' reflective gear
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The response was what I had a feeling it would be: limited production of the women's line due to lower demand. His exact words were:

"Ah well, the women's products are very low stock, and we will not be doing another production for them since the demand isn't as high."

Probably all the women just bought the men's jacket or vest. That's what I'd do if I were going to buy one.

Posted on: 2015/8/10 23:25
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Re: Inspired by Tron, Hoboken entrepreneur starts line of 'stylishly safe' reflective gear
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Me too. Very curious what he'll say.

And I love your reflective tape solution!

Posted on: 2015/8/10 20:07
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Re: Inspired by Tron, Hoboken entrepreneur starts line of 'stylishly safe' reflective gear
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I just emailed him asking why there's a price differential. Will report back if I get a response.

Posted on: 2015/8/10 19:03
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Re: Inspired by Tron, Hoboken entrepreneur starts line of 'stylishly safe' reflective gear
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You need to use twice the amount of fabric to cover boobs? The women's vest is almost twice as expensive than the men's. Also, most men are bigger than most women, so doesn't that kind of even out the amount of fabric used?

Posted on: 2015/8/10 17:21
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Re: Sandy Hook on saturday - what time to get there?
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I don't know when the parking lots fill up at Sandy Hook, but we usually leave around 7:30 or 8:00 and there is very little traffic. It's a breeze to get into the park and get parking.

Posted on: 2015/7/31 13:43
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Re: Fares going up on NYWaterway April 1
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I ride the ferry somewhat frequently because I often commute to Manhattan by bike, and I can take my bike on the ferry at rush hour. I love it, but it is pricey. If I buy the monthly pass - right now - it's only about $25 more than a monthly pass on both PATH and MTA. But then if there are days I don't ride the ferry and have to buy a fare for both PATH and MTA, it really starts to add up.

Posted on: 2015/7/23 16:09
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Re: Credit Advice
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Exactly what JCman24 said. Read this also: http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/debt-validation.html

Plus, look up your credit report online. This should have evidence the debt was settled IF it was reported accurately. https://www.annualcreditreport.com/index.action

Good luck.

Posted on: 2015/7/22 19:30
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Re: Dinner/Bar-hopping advice
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I can only assume Irish is joking, and obviously it didn't go over very well. But I, for one, appreciated his reference to one of the most enjoyable movies ever.

Enjoy your night out, OP.

Posted on: 2015/7/16 18:44
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Re: Jersey City bicyclist in serious condition in hit and run: cops
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Thanks for posting this. I recently started commuting by bike - which I was terrified to do - and have found I feel quite safe and the drivers are far more aware than I expected. This makes me feel even better.


Maybe you can tell that to the woman who flew past me on her bike on Warren Street - on the sidewalk - at 7 am this morning shouting "GET OUT OF THE WAY!".


That, right there, is COMPLETELY wrong. I hate (HATE!) all these cyclists riding on sidewalks JUST BECAUSE. We have had this discussion here many times, and it is actually mind boggling to see so many people to try and justify and rationalize the riding of bikes on sidewalks. Any asshat (female or male) riding on a sidewalk, at full speed, and yelling at people to get out of their way, should get a little (much deserved) street justice in the form or a push or shove. I once had two guys riding abreast fly past me on a sidewalk over by Newport, and they almost clipped my daughter. I had to contain myself to keep from shoving them. Next time, I may not be able to show so much self restraint.


Yes, of course, I completely agree with this. I can't even understand the mindset of someone who does that. I'm not sure what to do about jerks like that, whether car drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians, what have you. Please realize most of us are not like that, and I'm sorry you had that experience. Reminds me of when I lived in Brooklyn and a guy was riding really fast on the sidewalk weaving in out of pedestrians, and then fell off his bike. Everyone on the sidewalk applauded.

Posted on: 2015/6/24 16:22
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Re: Jersey City bicyclist in serious condition in hit and run: cops
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Thanks for posting this. I recently started commuting by bike - which I was terrified to do - and have found I feel quite safe and the drivers are far more aware than I expected. This makes me feel even better.

Posted on: 2015/6/24 15:10
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Re: Injured feral cat
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Thank you, Istabraq! I am going to try to take him there once I trap him. Really appreciate it.

Posted on: 2015/5/13 14:00
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Re: Injured feral cat
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Carol, thank you for your help! Will be sure to let you know how it goes.

Posted on: 2015/5/12 14:45
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Re: Injured feral cat
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Great idea - thank you! I didn't even think of that.

Posted on: 2015/5/12 0:31
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Injured feral cat
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There's a feral cat who hangs out in our back garden. He's had a limp for about a month and it's getting worse. Does anyone know where I can take him for treatment? People for Animals, where I've taken many cats to be spayed/neutered, only offers specific services. I'm going to call my vet tomorrow, but I'm not sure they'll be keen on treating a feral. I thought someone might have a recommendation (Carol McNichol? Anyone?). I have a trap and can trap him, I just don't know which vets are feral friendly. Any ideas appreciated. Thank you!

Posted on: 2015/5/12 0:07
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Re: Missing black cat - Paulus Hook area
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Fantastic news!

Posted on: 2015/5/9 13:01
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Re: Excellent Buffalo Wings- Where can I find them?
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Awesome news! And I'm dead serious about being there when you are at Lincoln Park. Your wings are excellent. Thank you!

Posted on: 2015/5/7 14:40
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Re: Excellent Buffalo Wings- Where can I find them?
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I also went tonight specifically to get wings. I agree that they were crispy - almost airy - good sauce to wing ratio, and very tasty. Probably the best I've had in the area. No, definitely the best I've had in the area. I'm very excited they'll be at the Lincoln Park Farmers market every 1st & 3rd Sunday. You can count on me being there every time you're there.

Only MINOR criticism: I ordered the "hot" and I didn't think they were hot at all. Admittedly, I eat extremely spicy food, so perhaps I'm desensitized, but if those "hot" wings were hot, then WTF do the traditional taste like? I mean, they were very flavorful and I'll eat them anytime I can, but I didn't find them even remotely hot.

Oh, the blue cheese dressing was good. I am not a fan of blue cheese dressing but I tried this since it's homemade, and it was really tasty.

Posted on: 2015/5/7 0:06
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Re: Excellent Buffalo Wings- Where can I find them?
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Wow, thanks!!!
I'm looking forward to it.

Posted on: 2015/5/5 13:56
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Re: Excellent Buffalo Wings- Where can I find them?
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Oh and if you're in city on the East side, Blue Moon Saloon will even ask you if you want them done the proper Buffalo way...


I can't find any mention of a Blue Moon Saloon in Manhattan. Are you sure that's the name? Thanks.

Posted on: 2015/5/4 19:41
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Re: Excellent Buffalo Wings- Where can I find them?
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Well I'm excited. How late will you be there?

By the way, Wednesday is 5/6, not 5/4. Not trying to be pedantic, just don't want people to be confused.

Posted on: 2015/5/4 18:07
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