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Re: J.C. Police Sucker-Punched During Infraction
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What kind of pussy cops are these? Must be women.


Are you on something? That's a new low, even for you, which is saying something.



Not a surprising comment given his adoration for Trump.

Posted on: 1/14 11:16
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Re: Uber, Lyft, and traffic
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Well looks like Uber is screwing itself too.
Yes, you’re reading this right: Uber is projected to lose $3 billion in 2016


Nah... Uber is playing the long game. They can afford to operate at a loss because of their very deep pockets that have benefitted from massive capital backing. They will continue to push into the autonomous car segment pushing research and innovation, while also battling Lyft and other competitors. Amazon ran major deficits for well over a decade, almost 20 years really, and it has done just fine.


That's Amazon, but Uber will go bankrupt. The investors will get screwed but the people who run the company won't as they are setting this to happen so that the company goes under, eliminates its debts, then they buy back the stock at a low price, and Uber is then bought by another company and moves into driveless cars. Oh thanks to all you who tip, since you will get 5 stars from the drivers it's always faster for you to get a ride due to your customer rating.


Oh, yeah... I forgot you are the former Uber driver with an axe to grind.

Nice (conspiracy) theory you got there, buddy. Despite the fantasy you are selling here, the story behind Uber and its cash reserves is well documented. With over $15 billion cash on hand, they can continue to lose 3 - 4 billion a year and make it past 2020 without problems.

NY Times article on their cash reserves and future plans: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/21/bus ... eps-raising-billions.html


You're citing the NY Times? LoL! Look at this fine piece by them.
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/20 ... -polls-forecast.html?_r=0
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You cite the Washington Post and then poke fun a NY Times for overestimating Hillary Clinton.
Yet, the Washington Post also overestimated in favor of Hillary by similar margin.

I'm not sure what point you're trying to make. Do you not believe that many companies favor growth over profit, as part of their strategy??

Posted on: 1/8 19:52
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Hey... it took Obama 4 years (2012) to earn The Time Person of the Year designation... this is hugggge that Trump did it as President Elect.

Can't wait for Trump to win the Noble Peace Prize in his first 6 months in office... just like Obama did.


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Obama was named Time Person of the Year in 2008 (as president elect). He named person of the year again in 2012.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_Person_of_the_Year

Posted on: 12/13 14:23
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Re: 18 charged in Jersey City-based credit card fraud ring that stole $200 million
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$200 million divide by 18 = about 1.1 million each with some having to repay $400,000 leaving 700,000 each at the cost of 2 years prison or home detention

That's 350,000 a year to sit in prison .... where do I sign up!


Imagine how much more impressed you would be if you had done the math correctly: it is 19 people (not 18) and since the total amount scammed was 200 MM, the per person share would 10.5 MM, not 1.1 MM. And, he only has to repay 400K, which means he gets to enjoy the other 10 MM. That's 5 MM per year to sit in prison (or, at home) which is a GREAT deal. As you said, where do I sign up??


Where does it say that each culprit had to pay $400K? The article only says this dude had to pay $400K. Not event that "some had to pay 400K". I also doubt they divided the pie evenly.

Posted on: 12/1 17:47
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Re: Trump Our New President
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... and seeing all the degenerates that occupy the left cry and whine is one of the best experiences of my life.


I agree, the right kept their mouths shut for the entire Obama presidency, and now the left starts complaining the second something doesn't go their way? What a bunch of grabbed pussies.


Let's be fair, the Tea baggers were a whiney bunch.

Posted on: 2016/11/11 13:53
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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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Any bars or restaurants gonna show this debate on their big screen TV ?



LOL... the smart ones will have the NFL game on. Who would serve alcohol to any crowd with that mudfest on their tv.


For real, why are they going up against Monday Night Football?

The dates for these debates were set before the NFL setup this year's schedule and before Clinton and Trump became the nominees.


Huh? When is there *not* a Monday Night Football telecast in a late September Monday??


I agree, they should have it on a Tuesday. But it wasn't scheduled on this date, because the system is "rigged", as Trump claims,
http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/n ... have-shared-stage-n620821

Posted on: 2016/9/26 10:44
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Re: 9/26/2016: Presidential Debate (Hofstra)
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I hope Hillary does not suffer from vertigo... that first step up and onto her podium might be difficult? Maybe they will put railings on it?

http://newsbuss.com/clintons-debate-p ... arger-than-trumps-report/


Oh hilarious, especially coming from such a big guy

Posted on: 2016/9/25 22:31
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Re: Parking Issues Around Hamilton Park
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Has nobody ever asked the city why we can't implement something like Cars2Go or the car sharing thing Hoboken did?

http://www.hobokennj.org/departments/ ... tion-parking/corner-cars/

For whatever reason, there is a dearth of ZipCar lots in the city and this seems like something that could work out well for getting some people in the brownstone areas to ditch their cars. The only catch is that the city may have to commandeer street parking space for their use.


I 1000% agree, and I suggested the same about Hoboken corner zip cars in a previous thread: http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=409477

My friends in Hoboken use it often.

Posted on: 2016/9/22 21:34
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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Lima 17, you are the classic example of a liberal.


I'm fiscally conservative. I don't care who or what your fucking on your own time. I'm also okay with gun ownership, as long as their are background checks. I'm fine with immigration, as long as they follow the rules. Am I still a classic liberal?

Posted on: 2016/9/21 16:36
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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Lima 17, you are the classic example of a liberal. They are just as dangerous as the terrorist themselves because they lack common sense to protect America from harm. Even former Jimmy Carter had the common sense to stop immigration from Iran during the hostage crisis.


If there is a common sense answer to this problem, then please provide it to us. You say ban immigrants associated with ISIS. Then which are these "associated" with ISIS countries? Is it all countries who have had ISIS cells? Maybe the answer isn't as simple, as some simpleton's might think. So please define for us, which countries should be considered to be “associated” with ISIS”.
But you won’t.

Posted on: 2016/9/21 16:26
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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I doubt they will watch this.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NlVyaIS20PU

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Don't bother Bill. Most on this board won't watch it, and if they do they'll say every religion is bad. That's their answer.

Pathetic.


Did that preacher say to kill anyone who did not believe? That is a stretch to compare a belief to killing non-believers that is professed by ISIS and followers of Bin Laden.


What's your definition of a "country associated with ISIS"? Any country that has had an ISIS cell?

Posted on: 2016/9/21 14:51
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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No you do not ban all immigration but you ban immigration from countries that want to harm you. President Carter banned immigration from Iran in the hostage crisis. Common sense, you do not allow people in who plans on killing you.


Please tell us what are the countries you would ban immigration from.


Any country associated with ISIS.


What's your definition of a "country associated with ISIS"? Any country that has had an ISIS cell? So you want to ban immigration from most of Europe??

Posted on: 2016/9/21 13:54
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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I am a baby boomer, as a very young child, I had European immigrants in my classes. Their mothers and father survived World War 2. I remember them well due to their strong accents. Later in high school a large number of Cubans left Cuban and some were also in my classes. The one thing the European and Cuban immigrants have in common, they did not place bombs in this country and terrorize citizens in their new country. This country is not against immigrants, we are against people who want to kill us. You cannot tell the difference between a Syrian and a member of ISIS. Some of ISIS also immigrated to Europe with disastrous results. I cannot believe the leftist talk here.



And not one of these people have expressed any concern about the civil right to life of the victims of these radical Muslim inspired atrocities, anywhere in the world. Who speaks for the dead and the maimed survivors, their families and friends who have suffered a tragic loss. Their loved ones innocently living their lives, enjoying a night out dancing in Orlando or a rock concert in Paris.

I really would love to see these some of these defenders of unvetted mass immigration explain their foolish and dangerous justifications to the terror attack survivors in rehab learning how to walk again or recovering from brain concussions.

The suffering of you and your family is a sacrifice Americans must make to ensure the proper assimilation of people from a culture whose values are diametrically opposite of our own American value system. You will learn to love Sharia Law.


I don't think anybody on this board is defending mass immigration without vetting? Actually, there is a already a lot vetting in the current immigration process. Could it be better? I guess but I don't know enough to judge.

I am an immigrant and I went though the process. After more than 16 years legally in the country, I am actually still going through it...


You followed the rules. Following the rules is the harder path. That is why many do not. The argument here is there are many who believe all that made it here are entitled to stay.


What make you think that refugees are not following the rules?


Whomever follows the legal process IS entitled to stay.


So that settles the Syrian refugees conversation then. As long as they follow the process, they should be welcomed.


Haha, absolutely not. Not until there is a 100% way of vetting them, which we currently don't have. Until then President Trump can set the level he is comfortable with, which may be none for the time being.


Since 100% vetting is impossible, with that logic we should ban immigration all together. Because they don't have to be Syrian to be an Isis terrorist. Ha.

Posted on: 2016/9/20 23:28
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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People on this blog know more than the Nato commander about ISIS. "Nato commander: Isis ‘spreading like cancer’ among refugees."
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016 ... nato-commander-terrorists


Thanks for providing a link that nobody is debating about. Who here is denying that ISIS is trying to take advantage of the refugee crisis? Nobody is. That's what any smart terrorist would do.

What we are disussing here is what to do about it. What's your proposed solution? Ban all immigrants from Syria, including christians? Ban immigrants from all Muslim countries? Ban Muslim regardless of country? Please old wise one, share your knowledge

Posted on: 2016/9/20 23:19
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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135jc - I agree. Follow the rules. But sticking to the topic, excluding someone solely on thier God preference, is silly and unenforceable. So let's not make that a rule.

Posted on: 2016/9/20 22:34
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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I am a baby boomer, as a very young child, I had European immigrants in my classes. Their mothers and father survived World War 2. I remember them well due to their strong accents. Later in high school a large number of Cubans left Cuban and some were also in my classes. The one thing the European and Cuban immigrants have in common, they did not place bombs in this country and terrorize citizens in their new country. This country is not against immigrants, we are against people who want to kill us. You cannot tell the difference between a Syrian and a member of ISIS. Some of ISIS also immigrated to Europe with disastrous results. I cannot believe the leftist talk here.



And not one of these people have expressed any concern about the civil right to life of the victims of these radical Muslim inspired atrocities, anywhere in the world. Who speaks for the dead and the maimed survivors, their families and friends who have suffered a tragic loss. Their loved ones innocently living their lives, enjoying a night out dancing in Orlando or a rock concert in Paris.

I really would love to see these some of these defenders of unvetted mass immigration explain their foolish and dangerous justifications to the terror attack survivors in rehab learning how to walk again or recovering from brain concussions.

The suffering of you and your family is a sacrifice Americans must make to ensure the proper assimilation of people from a culture whose values are diametrically opposite of our own American value system. You will learn to love Sharia Law.


Nobody is in favor of "unvetted" immigration! Of course you need vetting. But vetting based on religion would not work and is a waste of fucking time. I'd feel less safe if "extreme vetting" meant asking someone what there religion was. Any terrorist should be able to figure out a way around that!

Posted on: 2016/9/20 22:10
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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I am a baby boomer, as a very young child, I had European immigrants in my classes. Their mothers and father survived World War 2. I remember them well due to their strong accents. Later in high school a large number of Cubans left Cuban and some were also in my classes. The one thing the European and Cuban immigrants have in common, they did not place bombs in this country and terrorize citizens in their new country. This country is not against immigrants, we are against people who want to kill us. You cannot tell the difference between a Syrian and a member of ISIS. Some of ISIS also immigrated to Europe with disastrous results. I cannot believe the leftist talk here.


Sorry, not all non-Muslim immigrants have been friendlies. Some immigrants from Europe, Cuba, and others have spied on the US. You could argue espionage is a bigger threat than terrorism. Who knows what that damage that has caused.

Are you against non-Muslim Syrians immigranting?

Are you against Muslims from immigrating from Europe?

What's your faith test to root out the potential terrorists?

Posted on: 2016/9/20 21:46
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Re: Large Explosion in Chelsea - 135 W. 23rd - Dumpster Destroyed
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A Houston man is set appear before a federal magistrate Monday afternoon on charges he participated in a bomb plot, trying to transport deadly explosives, according to a news release from U.S. Attorney Kenneth Magidson.
Cary Lee Ogborn, 50, was arrested late Friday after retrieving a package he thought contained explosives powerful enough to maim or kill people or destroy buildings.

And the beat goes on...



Great job DOJ... wish they could arrest some of these Muslim terrorists before they detonate their bombs.



They do. Many examples, some a little controversial:
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_o ... e_United_States_post-9/11

Posted on: 2016/9/20 7:39
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Re: Jersey City circus ban given final OK
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Circus animals today are breed, they cannot be released into the wild. These animals cost money to feed, there are also veterinarian bills. If these animals cannot produce economically, then they would be destroyed.


It looks like clown show's are still permissible

Posted on: 2016/9/15 12:20
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Re: 9/12/16: Man shot dead in Jersey City
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Haha, reforming him already. Suppose that explains why the instagram account suddenly disappeared. The victim's facebook memorial page mentions the kid charged was high on something at the time.


The Instagram account is still there
https://www.instagram.com/childishjackub/

Posted on: 2016/9/14 12:43
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Re: iPhone Glass Repair
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YU Fixit. 3 locations in JC. I've used the Downtown location many times for phone repairs and laptop screen replacements for my clients when I didn't have time to do it myself.

iPhone screen replacement takes about 10 minutes and I recall the cost being $85 or so.

(There was a similar thread topic here maybe a month ago...)

http://www.yufixit.com/contact/


Similar thread
http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?topic_id=36056

Posted on: 2016/8/21 10:59
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Re: All 4 tires taken from 2016 Honda in Jersey City, police say
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I saw a car on blocks this morning on Steuben Street (Between Warren & Washington). Police and tow truck were on the scene

Posted on: 2016/7/22 8:22
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Re: Assault last night @ Varick & Barrow
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not sure that meets the criteria for assault. any actual legal types care to cite a statute?


I'm not a lawyer, but pretty sure these incidents would amount to sexual assault.


I agree...it sounds like this woman was groped.

Sexual Assault Definition "can range from sexual groping or assault/battery, to attempted rape."
http://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal- ... ual-assault-overview.html

Posted on: 2016/6/15 13:10
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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service was altered this weekend - no direct service to Hoboken on the 33rd street line - and once again, passengers on the platform were left in the dark.

no signage. no PA announcements. just the occasional announcement from whichever conductor felt like letting people know.


They could've done a better job, but they had the service change announced on PATH Alerts. Due to their lousy communication, I usually check Path Alerts before I head to the station.

Posted on: 2016/6/13 14:37
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Re: What's with Paulus Hook Park?
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What is going on with Paulus Hook Park on Washington and Grand? It's a strange park with most of it locked up so no one can use it except for some privileged few who seem to have keys to get into it. For the last few years, within the three sections of Paulus Hook Park, have been destroying the park by making it into a community garden and using it like their own back yard.
These raised beds, containers and barrels should be removed. It looks like the homeless are moving in. Looks like a garbage dump.


This site has info on the park and the redesign effort:
http://www.paulushook.org/

Posted on: 2016/6/2 12:14
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Re: TALDE JERSEY CITY
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Rumor is Starr is eying the Bell & Grey space.


White Star? According to the link below, they're opening "Mathew's Downtown" around the corner in the La Conguita's old space.

http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?post_id=402255

Posted on: 2016/6/2 11:21
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Re: Latham House
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No opening day info, but here is the facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Latham- ... /1704879549765197?fref=ts

Posted on: 2016/5/23 10:57
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Man arrested for videotapping in women's restroom.
http://theavtimes.com/2013/05/14/palm ... aping-in-womens-bathroom/


Three years ago, dummy.


Today, he would not be arrested. He would get away with this by saying his rights are violated. Then the public would see their love ones on youtube on the toilet.


Have you found videos like this on YouTube?

Posted on: 2016/5/19 11:42
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Re: Parking Lots and Garages Downtown
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Other than the garage at Grove Pointe, where do you recommend your visitors park, when they don't want to circle the neighborhood for an hour?

Specifically, someplace open til around midnight.

I'm hosting an event for 40+ people, and many of them will be coming in from the suburbs.

I found this handy list, but everything is clustered along the waterfront: http://nycparking.spplus.com/nj-jersey-city-parking.html


This is another similar site, but I thought I'd share
http://en.parkopedia.com

Posted on: 2016/5/11 20:46
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Re: Extended Meter times
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The founding fathers demanded meter-free Sundays in their letters to King George. Every state in the Confederacy mentioned the right to enforce metered parking on Sundays as part of their declarations of secession.


This is a fact, Yvonne was there.

Posted on: 2016/5/11 15:51
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