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Re: any recommendations for in home euthanasia
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I used eleos for when it was time to say goodbye to my beloved cat. The doctor and the vet tech were wonderful, caring, and took their time and explained every part of the process to me. It wasn't cheap but it was well worth it.

http://www.eleosvet.com/index.html

Posted on: 2012/7/31 12:03
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Re: Vet boarding for old cat
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I second finding a cat sitter to administer fluids - much less stressful on kitty. I have a kitty with kidney disease too, and my pet sitter is just great and very experienced with administering the sub cutaneous fluids. I had been using her for years before the kidney problems though, so my cat already felt comfortable with her. Search 4 Paws Nanny Service or PM me for contact info. Downtown Vet also gave me the name of a former vet tech who makes house calls. You can call them and ask for her contact info. Good luck!

Posted on: 2011/10/26 0:30
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Re: Delenio's
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I had to chime it because I also find it hard to believe anyone had a bad experience with Delenio's. The owners are the sweetest people around. I like the pizza, but what brings me back (besides the nice service) is the pane cotto. They make a vegetarian version for me (sans chicken broth) that is so yummy.

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Walk_Idiot_Walk wrote:
We had a bad experience with this place. We thought we would give them a try. Ordered a pizza. Delivery was slow and when the pie was delivered the delivery guy had tipped the box allowing the cheese to run off the pizza. We called to complain and were hung up on. We brought the pie to the store to complain and after getting our money back were told to get the hell out.

I understand that anyone can have one bad experience with a pizza but the nasty attitude of the staff insured we would never return.

Posted on: 2011/9/21 0:23
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Re: Reverse commute from JC?
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I used to work in Parsippany and took Rt 7 to 280. There usually was a bit of a bottleneck at the bridge in Newark (as mentioned), but my commute was 35 to 40 minutes, so getting to East Orange should be well under that. It really wasn't a bad commute at all!

Posted on: 2011/2/24 2:05
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Re: Gingko Trees
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Poor female ginkgo tree.

http://www.nybg.org/plant-talk/2008/1 ... 99s-stinking-ginkgo-time/

"Though they smell terrible, the female cones, once harvested and processed, reveal seeds known as “white nuts” or “ginkgo nuts.” These seeds are a delicacy in Chinese and Japanese cooking, used in stuffing, soups, and even desserts. This treat is also nutritious, containing 13% protein and 3% fats. That is why female ginkgo trees are sought out at this time of year by those who envision making Bird’s Nest Soup and other traditional Asian dishes. Ginkgo seed hunters carry gloves and Ziploc bags while wearing shoes with soles that can be easily washed."

Posted on: 2010/11/22 16:54
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Re: Radar Speed Sign @ Stop Sign?
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I was speechless when I saw it the other day too. So glad my tax dollars are going to this.

Posted on: 2010/11/1 17:00
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Re: Which local downtown JC hospital is better for Emergencies?
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I had to go to the emergency room a few months ago on a weekday evening. The waiting room at JC Medical was packed - there was no where even to sit and a lot of people were standing outside on the sidewalk. I was told it would be a very long time before a doctor would be able to see me so my boyfriend drove me to Hoboken Medical Center. It was still a 2 hour wait in the emergency room, but overall I was pleased with the treatment and doctor who saw me. I would definitely go to Hoboken if I had an emergency again.

Posted on: 2010/10/25 12:45
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Re: Possible new tea house - would you go?
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I live near Hamilton Park and I would definitely go. I am still in mourning over Janam's closing.

Posted on: 2009/8/10 12:55
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Re: Heights: Destroy ton of mozzarella cheese as illegal garage plant is shut down
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I'm interested to know who he sold it to also!

Posted on: 2009/1/8 15:18
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Re: Skipping $1.90 Fare Sent Him On A Nightmare Ride Of His Life
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Oh my god - that is insane.

Posted on: 2008/9/21 14:12
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Re: ummm.. did I see horses?
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Yeah! I saw a guy on a horse ride down 8th street and trot around the park! Is this the new mode of transportation in JC?

Posted on: 2006/9/26 3:01
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