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Re: Turntable repair
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Thanks for the response. It's the 701, a rare model - https://www.vinylengine.com/library/dual/701.shtml.

My cats went bonkers one day and knocked it onto the floor. My heart sank. The only thing noticeable is that the tonearm needs adjustment. I tried doing that but still can't get the tonearm to sit properly on records. It probably needs a thorough tune up after getting knocked over. I am far from mechanically inclined and wouldn't think of messing with it.

Of all the gear I own, the turntable is probably my most cherished piece. Do you think I can trust Danilo with it? If it needs any parts though, I'm probably out of luck.


Posted on: 1/15 12:52
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Turntable repair
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I have a refurbished 1970'ish top of the line Dual turntable in need of repair. It's irreplaceable to me and I have no desire to junk it for something new. Is there a reputable place in the area? I don't want to lug it to and from NYC. I don't have a car but can take Uber or use zipcar.

Posted on: 1/15 10:38
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Re: Any recommendations for reupholstering of sofa cushions?
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I second J Jammal. Tickatoe, I had similar work done to a cherished love seat and sofa 2 years ago. Jammal was ideal for the job in every respect, including reasonable price.

Posted on: 1/14 6:35
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Re: Trump Our New President
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"The man eats his steak well-done!" ~ Anthony Bourdain

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Re: Grocery shopping
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07310 / MikeyTBC - I defer to you guys, you're both correct. I had some time and spent about an hour in Eataly. I'm sure people spend lots more time browsing. This is not a place to go for anything but unusual or unique items. Prices are crazy not to mention there is no prepped fish. I could only find 1 item.

Although I've passed through the oculus dozens of time, today was the first time I took a look around at the stores. Nice stores, but the layout is crazy. I also stopped at Daniel Bouloud's Epicere, the cafe just after you exit the PATH. Pretentious and a ripoff. $4.54 for a small hot chocolate! I guess Westfield knows what they are doing, but it seems to me their target customer would be the commuter, not the tourist. Frankly, I take the old PATH hodgepodge of stores over this. I miss Sbarro! But I digress.

Posted on: 12/21 14:33
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Re: Grocery shopping
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I would probably be better off hiring a concierge to do my shopping considering the amount of time and money I spend. But then again, I'm beginning to think this is one of my sick joys in life.

I forgot to address jet.com. I ordered from them once. They screwed up my order like no one else has screwed up an order. I got part of my order and someone else's order. When I called, their customer service reps simply read from a script. They were unhelpful though polite. They further screwed up my order when they tried to fix it and did exactly the same thing again... sent part of my order and someone else's order. In the end, I got everything I ordered plus duplicates and triplicates (at no cost). I dread the thought of dealing with them again.

I'm surprised no one mentioned Eataly since they're now conveniently located in the WTC. I've only been there once (the Flatiron store) and they didn't pass my banana test, a very scientific barometer of prices, haha. They had the highest prices I've encountered anywhere for bananas $1.29/lb or about 79 cents for a medium banana. I'm going to be at WTC today and will check out their fish.

Posted on: 12/21 9:31
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Re: Grocery shopping
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A TJs pro tip: if you are already in line, and you realize you have forgotten something, you can ask any employee and they will gladly go fetch it for you.
Good luck with the shopping.


Wow, I had no idea! Thanks for that.

The farmers markets will end shortly - I did patronize them. 

I know my system is complicated but in the end, I guess I'm okay with it. I was frustrated today cuz I went to TJs and the JSQ PATH was suspended when I was ready to go home after my errands. In the end though, it's not such a big deal and am embarrassed to have revealed what a nut I am. ;)

I used to go to WF in Tribeca all the time. It's convenient and the nicest WF I've been to. [The worst is the one in Union Square.] But the prices at WF are too prohibitive, especially now that I have other options.


Posted on: 12/19 17:51
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Grocery shopping
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There’s been several discussions about grocery shopping in and around the area… hope this is not overly repetitive. I’ve been switching around stores quite a bit lately and am curious to see what others do in a similar situation to me. That is, I live alone and don’t have a car. I prepare most dinners from scratch and freeze them. I also buy 1 or 2 prepped fish meals per week. My experiences…

Shoprite Hoboken (delivery) – I gave up a while ago after about 5 deliveries. Delivery charges are excessive and they were always out of something which I wasn’t informed about until just before delivery. Quality was good or what you would expect from a decent supermarket.

Whole Foods – I mostly bought fruit, soups and prepped salads and prepped fish (for one person) and some miscellaneous stuff. I used to shop there weekly but now it’s rarely. I found their prices to be the most expensive, sometimes ridiculous. What I liked most about them was quality and choice of healthy and organic products. However, I’m limited to what I can fit in my backpack and carry on my bike since they don’t deliver here.

FreshDirect – my main source for 3 years now. I find they are very similar to WF, at least for the stuff I buy. However, their prices seem to be about 20% less and they offer delivery. I have never had a problem with delivery. I opt for Delivery Pass which is a discounted price for unlimited delivery. It pays if one orders regularly. The prepped fish is somewhat expensive and limited in choice though. Fortunately, I’m in Grand Central often enough and have found a great bargain in shopping at Pescatore – better quality, better prices.

AmazonFresh – I just started using them and have used them 5 times. I wasn’t looking to get involved with a service I had to pay a fee for, but there was a 30-day trial which tempted fate. I'm a prime member so the cost is "only" $15.99/mo. One reason I decided to use them was to supplement FreshDirect when they were out of something or didn’t carry what I wanted. They do not compare to WF or FD as far as organic and healthy items or prepped meals. However, they’re much cheaper and delivery is sometimes same day. However, I don’t think it makes economic sense to use 2 delivery services due to delivery charges (or monthly fee in Amazon’s case), but it’s good to have a backup.

Trader Joe’s – I must have been on Pluto and only started using them a few months ago. I’ve found some great products and great deals, but I also found some stuff on the opposite end of the spectrum. Like WF, I’m limited to what I can fit in my backpack. I shop at the store on 21st St. and 6th Ave. The first time I went in there, I walked out when I saw the line. However, the line is always ridiculous but it moves incredibly fast.

In summary, I currently shop weekly with FD, AF and TJ’s as well as fish purchases when I can at Pescatore. It seems a bit crazy to shop at so many places not to mention paying fees to both AF and FD. I’m curious what other people in similar situations do.

Posted on: 12/19 14:32
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Re: Complete Streets - Bike JC's Grand Street Vision
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What is your suggestion for riders who commute? Give it up?

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This is just an observation, but it would appear that bicycle riders take their lives in their hands while being two wheeled in Jersey City street traffic.
I can understand a desire to ride a bike both for utility and recreation, but given the state of mind of a lot of drivers on our roads today, is it really wise to be amongst them? No amount of enforcement can bring you back to life or health from a serious injury at the hands of distracted drivers we're seeing on the roads today
. If it's the joy of bicycle riding that you're pursuing wouldn't Lincoln park or Liberty State Park be a better place to safely enjoy yourself? Given what appears to be the norm for development in Jersey City a lot more cars than bicycles will be in the offing in the near future. I would think that associations seeking more safety measures to be implemented for rider safety look for more amenities to be created where the road needn't be shared with motor vehicles. Drivers simply can't be trusted with bike riders' safety regardless of how many laws are engaged and created in the effort.

Posted on: 12/1 17:04
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Re: Dolma Restaurant
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What is this phenomenon where every restaurant I want to go to is closed on that particular day? It's closed today :*


My route to and from the PATH takes me past Dolma and I've been wondering about that place for years. I've only seen it open a handful of times, unless they're open with the door closed and no sign indicating that. I wish them good luck but I've never seen such poor marketing in the way of signage or any marketing. I didn't even know it was a restaurant, let alone the type of cuisine, until I noticed a recent larger sign and the review. The sign must be recent. However, I could be wrong (and apologies in advance if so) as riding on my bike on the street of death keeps my mind occupied elsewhere.

Posted on: 2016/11/21 17:08
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Re: Uber, Lyft, and traffic
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Has anyone notice that the amount of Taxis has gone though the roof along with traffic during rush hour? These apps have made it extremly easy for someone to hail a ride but the traffic has become unbearable. The amount drivers has gone significantly since they reduce the vehicle age requirement to vehicles 2001 or newer instead of 2006 or newer before. The number of cars that can be out at the same time should be controlled because I'm tired of sitting in traffic looking at Uber cars. Open your app and see how many cars you have in your area during rush hour. I did a stint as a driver and stopped after I kept getting paid 3.71 per 25 minute ride and nobody tipped no matter if you gave them treats and excellent service. Enjoy the service but don't forget to tip, many drivers are making less than minimum wage after expenses.


You bring up 2 totally different subjects or maybe they're not so different as far as motives in posting. But that's another story.

I always tip Uber drivers. However, I don't blame anyone for not tipping because Uber gives the consumer the impression that the tip is included in the fare... up until recently but it's now ingrained in peoples' thinking. And even now, Uber doesn't overtly state or imply that tipping is suggested. I think Uber sucks for having such a duplicitous policy, and as stated, for not including a page to tip in their app like Lyft. However, your beef should be with Uber, not the consumer.

Posted on: 2016/11/21 16:15
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Re: Complete Streets - Bike JC's Grand Street Vision
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yes, I realize that as a city we have hard time just trying to tie our shoes, but one has to try and try everything.

a city has to do everything, do a good job protecting residents from crime, pollution, and flooding, educate most of our children, protecting our homes from crime and fire, clean our streets and provide sanitation, recreation and other cultural experiences, and of course economic growth and manage development/redevelopment. and all the while while providing a safe environment for car drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians

it can't do just one, it must do all. and Bike JC believes that a protected bike lane is another piece in the big puzzle to make Jersey City a good place to live, work, visit and invest.



Not to give you a hard time, but in the 2 years or so since the Grove St. bike lane experiment, things seem to be worse than ever as far as enforcement. What has been done? IMO, Grove St. is more dangerous with bike lanes - some motorists seem to feel that cyclists have their lanes and they have no right to be in the road even to go around double parked cars. Cops even double park on Grove when there's no apparent emergency. I'm more paranoid on my bike than ever. Grand St., JFK and probably other streets are like playing Russian roulette for cyclists and pedestrians.

Posted on: 2016/11/21 16:06
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Re: James Vincent Bicycles on Palisade closing to make way for yet another realtor
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Well this is terrible news. They are so much friendlier and have much better prices and turn around service than that crappy bike store downtown ever could. The jerks in the place downtown always have so much freaking attitude, oh I'm so cool. The folks at James Vincent were always nice you never felt like you were getting ripped off.


You should give them another try and deal with the owner, Rodney. I've bought 3 bikes from them and have been going there since they opened. I never had an issue with anyone there but the help does seem to turn over quickly. The one constant is Rodney who's always done right by me.

Posted on: 2016/10/25 17:18
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Re: James Vincent Bicycles on Palisade closing to make way for yet another realtor
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... Why was it necessary to close a viable business (and getting a boost from the fire at Grove Bikes) for another damn realtor storefront that pop up like mushrooms in the hot markets.


It seemed to me that Grove Street Bikes was doing business almost as usual from a temporary Newark Ave. spot. Is that no longer the case?

Posted on: 2016/10/25 12:55
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Re: Supermarket delivery
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Whoever wrote that article was not well informed: the previous cost of AmazonFresh was $200 on top of the $99 Amazon Prime membership. So, all in, it was $299 for the year of Amazon Prime + AmazonFresh. Now, you are looking at $279 all in. A whopping amount of $20 in savings. Any way you slice it, it is still a very expensive proposition ($180 / year) to order from AmazonFresh, unless you intend to order a lot of times. Compared to FD's $6 delivery fee, you would have to order from Amazon at least 30 times just to break even in delivery fees.


A couple of considerations if only looking at delivery cost.

-- how often one orders - I'm going to assume weekly, or 52 times a year. I order at least once per week.

-- if one is already an Amazon Prime member, the $99 membership fee should not be taken into consideration when calculating Amazon Fresh cost.

-- FD delivery pass costs $119 per year for unlimited deliveries, or about $2.30 per delivery if ordering once per week. Amazon costs $180 per year or $3.46 per delivery based on the same criteria.

Based on these considerations, the difference in delivery cost is not that significant. However, the cost of Amazon Fresh products seems to be considerably lower. I compared a few staple items that I order. In the end, the total cost would be less with Amazon.

However, there are the intangibles like quality and service. My guess is that FD has significantly superior quality while service is not as good as Amazon. These factors are impossible to measure, at least for me. For those reasons, I'm going to try Amazon.

Having said that, I was surprised to get a call yesterday from one of the directors at FD in response to my complaints. He said that it took him nearly an hour to review my records from inception - something he decided to do after the incredible screw-up with my last order. He said he was shocked, made no excuses and vowed to remedy the delivery issues. He gave me a full credit for my last order ($100) plus another $100 credit. Quite generous. More importantly to me, he gave me his cell number and email address.

Posted on: 2016/10/11 8:07
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Re: Supermarket delivery
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Amazon Fresh is now available in Jersey City. Haven't tried it out yet, but I will soon as I agree FD has gone downhill. Their delivery times are not consistent at all anymore.


I didn't know that; it must be a recent change. I am going to give Amazon a shot.

Posted on: 2016/10/10 11:08
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Re: 10/09/2016: Presidential Debate 2 (St. Louis)
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I loved the Town Hall style. The comment that Hillary has two positions on things, one public and one private hit home as to how phony politicians are.


It makes one realize how sleazy US politics is and it's not just Hillary.

Posted on: 2016/10/10 10:45
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Re: Supermarket delivery
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Can we address supermarket delivery again?

I've been using FreshDirect for 3+ years now. At the beginning, I thought they were fabulous for my purposes... that is, a single guy needing to order weekly. Recently though, things have gotten worse. They used to excel at customer service. No more. Customer service is not equipped to handle anything other than routine matters, which is understandable. However, on the rare occasion that I need to speak with someone higher up, I find it impossible. There is never a supervisor available and no one returns calls or emails. Delivery times used to be spot on. No more. I stopped buying fruit from them because the fruit is inconsistent. Still, I like their fresh products and organic offerings. But the negatives are starting to add up.

I tried Shoprite Hoboken several times. While their prices are much better, you get what you pay for. They're OK, but not on the same level as FD. Their delivery system seems amateurish though.

I never tried Peapods. I checked the site and delivery is only $2.99 for orders over $60. Are they a viable option to FD?

Posted on: 2016/10/7 14:55
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Re: Zipcar in Jersey City
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Karin Price Miller is a terrific consumer reporter for NJ.com....


Great, thx.

Posted on: 2016/10/2 15:06
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Re: Zipcar in Jersey City
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Apologies in advance and sorry for the rant - I don’t know where else to ask. I want to know if I have any recourse for the following…

I received notification a week or so ago from Zipcar that they paid a red light violation that occurred during my reservation 2.5 months ago. They included no details in the email or on their site except for the NYC violation number. The car was rented at LSP and the trip included Bklyn and Queens. The email also indicated that there are pending charges against my Zipcar account for $80.

I contacted Zipcar by email and phone to inquire about it. I received no response to my email. After a frustrating conversation with a CSR, I had a similarly frustrating conversation with a supervisor. I was told the ticket was $50 and the service charge was $30. In addition, I was told that if I paid the ticket on my own, there wouldn’t be a service charge. When I pointed out that I was given no notification or opportunity to pay the ticket, the supervisor seemingly shrugged his shoulders. When I asked for details regarding when and where the violation occurred, I was told to check with NYC. When I asked for a copy of the ticket, I was given an evasive answer, apparently since that was not in Zipcar’s script of how to respond. [After checking the ticket on the NYC site, it occurred in an area that I drove through in Queens.] When I asked to speak with someone higher up, I was told I had to leave a message.

That message was never returned. I left two messages on a recording at the NYC office, the office that oversees Jersey City. I left 2 messages with their headquarters in Boston. No messages were returned. I feel helpless.

As for the violation, it was either a mistake by the city or I am guilty and unknowingly ran a light. If anything, I am cautious to a fault when it comes to obeying traffic laws and driving safe. I haven’t gotten a ticket for 10+ years. If I had received the ticket directly, I assume I would have had an opportunity to fight it.

Still, I would suck it up and not fight the fine, but the $30 service charge irks me to no end. Then again, I’ve spent way too much time on this. It’s not the money at this point. Perhaps this is not the right term, but it seems I have no due course and have little choice but to accept Zipcar’s actions. Or, I can dispute the charge on my credit card and maybe win, but would probably lose my account with Zipcar.

If there was an alternative to Zipcar, I would drop them in a flash. Over the course of my 6-year membership, I have had my fights with them. The most egregious was when they suspended my account a few years ago due to damage to the car that they stated occurred during my rental. As it turned out, it occurred the day after my rental and someone hit the car while it was parked in the LSP lot.

Customer service is virtually non-existent. Up until a few years ago, I was able to call on the helpful manager of the NYC office to deal with their bureaucracy. He left the company and that is not the case any longer. After my suspension a few years ago, I found other ways to get around and have gone from using Zipcar weekly to once every few months or so.

In any event, any thoughts on what, if any recourse to take?

Posted on: 2016/10/2 8:19
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Re: FULOP, DEAL WITH PEDESTRIAN & BIKE SAFETY!!
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I complained to the city about a month ago about drivers routinely going through the stop sign at LSP, the corner of Phillip St. and Johnston. It's very dangerous for pedestrians/cyclists going into or out of the park. The employee said he would send a police car out to observe. I'm not clear what good that did or could do, but the situation is the same.

I also volunteered to take videos of drivers going through the stop sign. I was told that videos by the general public are not admissible.

However, if enough of us did this and posted it online and to Fulop - assuming it's legal, it may have an effect. Or maybe I have my rose-colored glasses on.

Posted on: 2016/9/30 18:33
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Re: Weekly flyers delivered to doorstep
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Circular deliveries are pests. Like cockroaches, they take a monumental effort to get rid of, and then some. As a condo board member some years ago, I was assigned to get rid of them. I forget the JC regulation, but it went something like you can opt out of delivery by informing the deliverer. I did so by phone, mail and certified mail. And I called the city, I forget whom. Nobody gave a dang. I gave up; it wasn't worth the effort.

Posted on: 2016/9/3 8:35
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Re: Property Management
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I cannot say enough BAD things about ARK Management in North Bergen, who manages my building.

It is impossible to get anyone to do anything and the Management company dimes and nickels the residents. It takes 3-8 weeks to get a new or replacement laundry card. It's been over 6 weeks and they still have not fixed my key fob. It just stopped working one day and every time I call they take a message and say they will get on it but I still am locked out. Every year they implement more ridiculous policies to make life difficult for residents... sheesh.


When I was on a condo Board we researched ARK and came up with all sorts of negative stuff. In any event, the management company acts on behalf of the Board of Directors. Where is the Board? I suggest taking up your grievance with them.

Posted on: 2016/8/10 8:33
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Re: Internet Connectivity only - what are my options?
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After seeing some of the comments here, it seems like I am significantly overpaying for Verizon FIOS. I have Internet, TV and phone.

First let me ask... I would be very happy with getting TV thru an antenna. Problem is, although I live right by the river, my apartment faces west and the building obstructs the signal, at least with the antennae I tried. Is there a particular kind of antenna that would work under such circumstances? It has to be an indoor antenna. If so I assume I could find a way to get non-local and premium channels through other means. Or possibly do without. I can live without the phone.

I'm paying about $175/mo. to Verizon. I have and want SHO and HBO and I had no choice but to get an expensive TV package. [I have TiVo and use a cable card instead of a Verizon box.] Internet is 50mb, the maximum possible for where I live.

Does this seem ridiculously high?

Posted on: 2016/7/22 12:06
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Re: Jersey City cop alleges retaliation for targeting deli 'connected' to police chief, mayor
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so wait, you're saying a cop actually issued a parking ticket?!


Right?!?!

So how is it ever ok or even legal in court that Police superiors told an officer NOT to ticket illegal parking/blocking of the roadway? How??


Guilty without trial? How do we know the cop isn't exaggerating? In any event, such a charge is incredibly hard to prove in court.

Personally, I tend to believe the cop since such a situation is rampant in many places. But what anyone personally believes is not evidence and won't hold up in court. A long forgotten gripe: I can verify that Gobagool on Jersey Avenue, the Italian place next to Melt and now Dames, had the same situation. One of the owners was a former (crooked) cop. Fire trucks and police cars used to double park in front of the store at lunch time every weekday.

Posted on: 2016/7/12 13:14
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Re: What location was your bike stolen from (time, type of lock, etc)?
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Agreed that "if they want it, they'll take it" is alive and well, but you really can't compare a krytonite u-lock to a kryptonite chain.

In any case, one advantage of buying a Kryptonite product is the automatic insurance that comes with it. Read the fine print (its namesake city is specifically excluded!) but the thresholds are fairly high (~4K) and would easily cover the replacement of most bikes.


Be careful to not let Kryptonite insurance lull you into a false sense of security. There are a large number of exclusions in the fine print.

I had the same lock and I lost the keys while it was parked at the grove street path. I didn't want to wait to get another key from Kryptonite so I borrowed a heavy duty saw. It took about 5 minutes to break it. It was noisy and sparks were flying. This was in broad daylight with tons of people around including a cop. No one questioned me.

Posted on: 2016/7/1 11:52
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Re: Underground Passageway linking PATH to Fulton Center Opens Today (May 26, 2016)
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Anyway, is there some sort of guide or map as to the exits and connections?


Yes. I got one from a PANY employee at the station. However, I found it too confusing.

Posted on: 2016/6/30 8:35
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Re: Farmers Markets in Jersey City 2016
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Kudos to the knife sharpener in VV. He spent 15 minutes or so sharpening and repairing my expensive knife which was damaged by another knife sharpener. And for an extremely reasonable fee.

Posted on: 2016/6/12 15:32
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Re: Debating Sprint vs. Verizon vs. T-Mobile
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I've been through AT&T, Verizon and currently have T-Mobile. I plan to switch back to AT&T after using T-Mobile for 2 years. The coverage isn't nearly as good as either Verizon or AT&T in the NYC or JC area.

If you decide on AT&T or T-Mobile, I highly recommend going through harbormobile.com. [They don't offer any other carriers.] I've been using them for 2 years and they're a pleasure to deal with, not to mention NJ based. I found their rates to be cheaper than going direct through the carriers.

Posted on: 2016/6/5 14:03
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Re: Jersey City to JFK and LGA
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Thanks for the responses.

Call me a wuss, but I have an innate fear of getting lost or confused with connecting to the airtrain or messing with busses. It's been 2 forevers since I lived in NYC and am no longer familiar with mass transit except for subways and some busses. My fear is that I'll miss the flight.

Otoh, I like the idea of taking the PATH to the city and then a taxi. Then again, the fare is fixed to JFK at $52 which means about $60 with tip.

I was hoping to find a convenient shuttle. Anyway, I think I'll book the best flight regardless of airports and hope to figure out the best way to get there without getting lost.

I could take EWR, but that means connecting flights and a minimum of 13 hours from A to B.

Posted on: 2016/6/3 6:44
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