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Re: St. Peter's Prep students stage 'die-in' protesting death of Eric Garner
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Are you asking people to repent before it's too late?

If so, too late for what? The post-racial lovey-dovey society you see coming?

Here's an alternative scenario - mass murder and sterilization of Black America? I only suggest this extreme alternative since it has happened before. Germany. Given the I don't give a f!!k attitude about recent CIA behavior has gotten me thinking about the possibility of an internal Gestopo. Sorry to share my doom and gloom thoughts on such a sunny Saturday morning.

Posted on: 2014/12/13 10:01
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Re: Students at Jersey City high school: Spate of violence is related to race
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You could probably dig up articles from December 1914 and the only major difference would be Jews, Italians, Poles, etc. instead of Blacks, Hispanics, etc. Maybe the weapons were less lethal, maybe not.

Posted on: 2014/12/11 6:59
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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Maybe if we sign a petition we can get a Buy N Large here. Someone I know knows someone who got something there.

Also, why an Apple store? Wouldn't a place that sold a wide variety of fuits and vegetables be preferable, and mightn't an Apple store keep doctors' offices away.

Posted on: 2014/12/10 18:04
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Re: Fugly parking podiums
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I wish all new developments, especially in very commercial areas, would be required to have like 75% of sidewalk facing space built for retail. It would make places like Exchange Place so much more vibrant. It's really bad.


Are there any requirements for retail at ground level?

Posted on: 2014/12/8 12:27
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Re: Supermarket delivery
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Posted on: 2014/12/6 10:38
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Re: Bakeries in downtown area
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I've never tried the frozen pies you find in supermarket, but maybe some are acceptable. Maybe whipped cream or ice cream would improve them too.

Posted on: 2014/12/6 6:15
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Re: Passenger says cabbie forced him to perform sex act in taxi: Jersey City police dispatches
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there must be more to this story. if i were in this situation, i would have used my teeth like i was sinking them into a nice juicy steak or something. why aim for an A or even a C, I'd would have aimed for an F-


Biting can result in blood in your mouth, not a good idea. I'm pretty certain you can catch more diseases, STDs and others, from blood than semen.

Posted on: 2014/12/4 7:53
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Re: Water out anywhere in DTJC?
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No problem in southern harsimus cove (SHACO).

Posted on: 2014/12/3 11:03
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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NYC mandates union labor. Dubai uses slave labor. That's how their building is only the fifth most expensive while ours is #1.


That is partially correct; PUBLIC projects are definitely union only. Private developers on private jobs are free to use open shop labor or union.

Burj Khalifa is a private project built by a private firm with private funding. Same with BoA. Even though it is in NYC, they can chose to use non union labor however most large companies do not as they do not want bad PR.


They don't want bad PR or they don't want their project sabatoged? I've heard plenty of instances of this happening.

Anyway the point is that the extreme difference in labor costs accounts for the total price difference. The article writer shouldn't be so shocked, especially for Dubai.


Can you give an example of a JC project sabotaged for not using union workers, I'm curious.

Union money is often part of a funding package, hence union workers.

Posted on: 2014/12/3 11:00
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Re: Passenger says cabbie forced him to perform sex act in taxi: Jersey City police dispatches
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Uber, yet again, is such a better option.
i hope he didn't have to pay on top of the indignity of having to do an oral for free.

Ironically, this is a situation where the passenger got the tip.

Posted on: 2014/12/3 7:54
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Re: Passenger says cabbie forced him to perform sex act in taxi: Jersey City police dispatches
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Uber, yet again, is such a better option.
i hope he didn't have to pay on top of the indignity of having to do an oral for free.

Ironically, this is a situation where the passenger got the tip.

Posted on: 2014/12/3 7:54
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Re: Mayor Healy and Councilman Fulop agree on requiring businesses to phase out single-use plastic bags
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Something I noticed while doing a project on my roof this summer. I had plastic components in bags:

Those store plastic bags, when exposed to sunlight, disintegrate fairly quickly. The paper bags actually outlasted them.


Oh, that's a know fact - those plastic bags are cheaper and pollute less than paper. And, of course, if they "phase them out" we will have to buy more trash bags instead.

But this is not about reason. This is about religion.
Bags must be phased out.
It's the Dogma


You seem to be circling a question I have. How is putting household garbage in supermarket bags environmentally different than using purchased bags? As far as bags on your roof vs bags in landfill, I suspect the roof gets more sun and rain. I'd also like proof that washing dishes is ecologically better than using disposible paper plates.

Posted on: 2014/12/3 7:51
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Posted on: 2014/12/3 7:33
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Re: R.I.P. Taco KING -- Future has killed Taco King! - No more cheap Mexican
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Where do you get Pizza Sheets? Are they made by Pratesi or Frette? Can you get them with anything other than pepperoni- some of my friends are vegetarian. Gluten-free? Whole grain? Tell me they come packed in a real cardboard pizza box and my day will be made.

Posted on: 2014/12/2 18:22
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Re: R.I.P. Taco KING -- Future has killed Taco King! - No more cheap Mexican
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On a happy note, the young fellow with the glasses and nice smile is back from China.

Maybe if we all protested outside the restaurant with salsa colored umbrellas they would reconsider.

Posted on: 2014/12/2 17:26
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Re: Jersey City prepares for decision on Ferguson indictment
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Posted on: 2014/12/2 8:04
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Re: New Asian Market
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Also don't understand why they don't open up one of those supermarkets in downtown jersey city, most of the people who are shopping there are from downtown jc anyway.

Good store, horrible location.


The current Target in Newport was an enormous Asian Market. Not sure why it closed but one rumor (not substantiated) is that Lefrak wanted to discourage Asians from moving into his project.

How can you tell where people come from? Is there some sort of DTJCdar?


Posted on: 2014/11/30 12:37
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Re: New Asian Market
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There are 2 other Mira fruit markets in JC West Side and JSQ


Do I understand that this new place will also be called Mira Fruit Market but will be an Asian grocery? Since I only get to the one on 440 when my neighbor moves his car at 10ish, and we go for a spin, most of the fish and prepared foods are not ready. Looking forward to a place near a light rail station.

Posted on: 2014/11/30 9:59
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Re: Jersey City residents fight plan to turn community garden into oil-change station
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Avehicular since 1993 so excuse the dumb question - what's an oil change station? Anything more than a place where vehicules get their oil changed (which is horrible enough).

Posted on: 2014/11/29 9:07
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Re: Grove St. Christmas Tree
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SRhia wrote:
Oh, I like that one too!

I wonder if it's there all year around, or they just put there during xmas.

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My favorite tree is the one in the PATH tunnel. It gets lit tomorrow or Friday. As I recall it can be seen right before the train gets to Newport from the left windows if you are facing the direction the train is moving. I have named that portion of track Lefrakefeller Centre.


If you look carefully you'll see the tree stays there, it is just not lit.

Posted on: 2014/11/26 14:03
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Re: Grove St. Christmas Tree
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My favorite tree is the one in the PATH tunnel. It gets lit tomorrow or Friday. As I recall it can be seen right before the train gets to Newport from the left windows if you are facing the direction the train is moving. I have named that portion of track Lefrakefeller Centre.

Posted on: 2014/11/26 12:13
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Re: 8th Street Armed robbery
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Sucks about the brownies


You think it was their childhoods?

Posted on: 2014/11/26 8:26
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Re: Jersey City prepares for decision on Ferguson indictment
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Were there any disturbances in JC last night?

Posted on: 2014/11/25 9:16
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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MDM wrote:
Anyone know where I can get Andouille and Boudin sausage?


D'Artagnan makes andouille. I have seen it at both Key Food and Shop-Rite. I don't know what American Boudin is, but if it is like Boudin Blanc, a German Weisswurst is a good substitute.

Posted on: 2014/11/24 7:24
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Re: NY TIMES: Jersey City: A Flower Blossoming as a New Colossus
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Wow. The NY Times giving an actual, non-backhanded compliment to Jersey City. Didn't think it was possible, but it's good to see.

I was starting to think the Times couldn't publish a supposedly positive article about Jersey City's ascension without beginning it with something like: "Long considered the armpit of the universe..."


Steve spends a lot of money and calls in a lot of favors from his I Banking days to get these articles written, Ya know....


No I didn't, but so what? Good publicity for JC, not just DTJC. Had Healy called on his friends where would a similar article appear - AA Newsletter? The Journal of Naked Step Sitting?

Posted on: 2014/11/23 10:34
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Re: What's going there?
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Posted on: 2014/11/22 16:11
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Re: Historic Downtown Jersey City among nation's most expensive neighborhoods for renters: report
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You know, if DTJC split off from the rest of JC it would really be an awesome little town. Truly one of the best around.


Rather than create yet another municipality why not leave JC and join with Hoboken? We could build a wall around DTJC and just leave one opening for people in the rest of the city to enter. Let's call that Checkpoint Stevie.


Count me in, though I'd like to kick out all the public housing and homeless shelters to beyond "Checkpoint Stevie."


Au contraire - as a firm believer in noblesse oblige I would allow Hope House to stay.

Posted on: 2014/11/22 10:51
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Re: Historic Downtown Jersey City among nation's most expensive neighborhoods for renters: report
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You know, if DTJC split off from the rest of JC it would really be an awesome little town. Truly one of the best around.


Rather than create yet another municipality why not leave JC and join with Hoboken? We could build a wall around DTJC and just leave one opening for people in the rest of the city to enter. Let's call that Checkpoint Stevie.

Posted on: 2014/11/21 12:57
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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If a Jewish congegation bought a deconsecrated Catholic Church, would anyone object to their removing the Christian iconography?

Posted on: 2014/11/19 9:33
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Re: Lions of Judah being removed from church/synagogue/mosque on Grove?
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If a Jewish congegation bought a deconsecrated Catholic Church, would anyone object to their removing the Christian iconography?

Posted on: 2014/11/19 9:33
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