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Re: What location was your bike stolen from (time, type of lock, etc)?
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Soulman, Let me address:

It's 7 pm, still daylight. Your bike was stolen from in front of the ferry terminal, you turn around to walk home? Very believable reaction.

There are 2 bike racks that are directly across the ferry terminal, both in front of office buildings. Mine was attached to the closer one to the terminal building. I started to walk home towards the west and saw the individual with my bike as a did a quick scan of the area, and he was about 20 yards away.

Where was security?

what security? no.

Why didn't you call the police to report the theft immediately?

I called immediately

You turn around and see the thief, you pick out your bike at 60 yards while drunk, and then call the police?

20 yards as stated, easy to see a red bike.

You follow in stealth mode and happen to see the thief steal another bike?

Correct. These were some greedy kids. It was rather unbelievable when I saw them again.

The police release the "stolen bike" to a person who is drunk, claiming its his bike, with no proof other than the statement of a drunk.

Actually if you must know, the police gave me and the bike a ride to the juvenile precinct and I spoke to the detective. After, I took an Uber home with my bike. I was not fall down drunk.

Any thief would ride like the wind to avoid being caught. This whole account stinks. But it is a nice story.

He wasn't riding because he stopped to get another bike with his accomplice. PM me for a picture I got on my iPhone, it was really hilarious at the time. You can also get the report from the east district if you like.

Posted on: 2016/6/10 15:32
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Re: What location was your bike stolen from (time, type of lock, etc)?
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Caught in the act!

I was coming home off the pier 11 to Paulus Hook ferry last night at 7 PM and walked to the bike rack in front of building by the ferry terminal. My bike was stolen from the bike rack which I parked and locked it at.

Low and behold I turn around to start to walk home and see an individual with my bike, about 20 yards away. I am watching him walk on the waterfront path towards the back of the goldman building walking south with my bike. I called the east district police. Since I was half in the bag from a happy hour, this was pure entertainment.

They sent a car over to the area based on my description of the bike. Since the individual was walking south, I walked West in an effort to cut him off from the dead end that he would eventually hit. While I was walking I witnessed him and his partner trying to steal another bike, on the south side of 70 Greene St.

I kept my distance and called the police back and told them the exact location and that the theft was in progress. Since they were in the area, they were able to respond quickly and caught them in the act, hand in the cookie jar.

The criminals were 2 16 year old Latino juveniles, and were then booked at the Cator Ave youth bureau. The main guy was them about 5 ft tall and obese, hard to miss actually. I got my bike back. Despite the belief that cops don't care about petty stuff, they were pretty impressed in my drunken communication skills, and were happy I called them.

Posted on: 2016/6/10 13:50
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Re: Another Fatal Shooting - Clinton & Grand
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Lima17 wrote:

Regardless of distance, there is also a world of difference in terms of safety between Arlington Park and Van Vorst Park. The crime stats back it up. It’s not just an illusion, so quit the fear mongering.


Actually there is more larceny in the East (Hamilton Park, Van Vorst Park, Harsimus Cove and Paulus Hook) than any other district in Jersey City - not surprising as you steal from where the money is naturally.

And get this, there were 8 forcible entry burglaries, and 11 total in March alone. That's a break in once every 3 days. Total serious crimes numbered 90 for March, so 3 per day on average.

So yeh, go ahead and leave you windows unlocked.

See the March 2016 crime report here:
http://www.njjcpd.org/sites/default/files/Mar2016.pdf

Posted on: 2016/5/5 19:26
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Re: Another Fatal Shooting - Clinton & Grand
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EasyGibson wrote:
No, it's not.

Don't lock your windows, unlock them. Remove your roll gates.

You want a nicer neighborhood, make it a nicer neighborhood.


said the man with nothing to loose.

Its not about wanting a nicer neighborhood. My point is that you need to be aware of where you live, and there is a high crime element within a stones throw away. High rent does not equate to safety.

Posted on: 2016/5/5 18:16
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Re: Another Fatal Shooting - Clinton & Grand
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What a world of difference between Arlington Park and Van Vorst Park (for example) both economically and ethnically. A mere 1.5 miles away or a 5 minute drive if that.

Before you shell out money for high rents, always challenge the illusion of safety in your area. The murder rate is heating up, so lock your windows folks.

Posted on: 2016/5/5 15:20
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Re: Is Legal Beans closed?
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not for nothing but hamilton pork puts them to shame in my opinion. i couldnt even bring myself back to that place more than twice.

Posted on: 2016/4/11 11:14
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Re: PJ Ryan's has a new Chef/Menu (hello vegan options)
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changing the turkey burger recipe was stupid.

Posted on: 2016/2/11 0:25
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Re: Thirty Acres Restaurant- Jersey Avenue
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most over priced over hyped restaurant. That restaurant? Mi fa cagare!

Posted on: 2015/10/6 1:04
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Re: Lamp Post closing
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dreams of the comfort zone..drunkenly taking bites.. mmm

just a note on the music scene - I personally dont want any music here. I come home from working in nyc and want peace and quiet. Thats why many live here instead of nyc. its freakin quiet. I need some sleep, dammit.

Posted on: 2015/1/14 23:13
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Re: Fire near the Grove St PATH station
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i have a quart of the bolognese from 2 days ago in my fridge. im going to walk it over and put it as a memorial in the front of the storefront with a cross. after i eat most of it.

Posted on: 2013/11/28 16:19
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Re: Jersey City Shootings
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The only way the shooting will subside is to compensate the shooters before the shooting, as to curb the attitude of the shooters; positively. Another words, the do gooders are worthless and weak, good luck predicting the future, and welcome to the rest of your fuc'in lives.

As in

Nice to meet you, I'm life, I didn't get you're name? What's that? O wait you're on a different planet than me. You don't exist.

zzz,

Posted on: 2013/7/17 4:25
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Re: Fulop signs being placed on houses without owner consent
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Tony, I laud your equally inspiring commitment to freedom and personal expression. A grateful city thanks you.


Listen. I don't know if you are trying to be smart or what. I just don't want any kind of advertisements on my building. Its that simple. Its disgraceful of the amount of political advertising in this city and it my opinion that everyone would be a lot better off without it. after all its all garbage in a few days. do you really think someone is going to vote one way vs another because some numbnuts put up a poster? most people i know despise the practice.

At the end of the day there is not good candidate. who are we supposed to trust, the guy who's shoving a brick up your ass on the left, or the right. Either way that brick is getting shoved up there.

what the hell is that anyway, supporters running around putting up posters? it's 2013. its wasteful on many fronts, impractical, and outdated. its trash. its nothing. you're nothing.

Posted on: 2013/5/10 1:40
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Re: Fulop signs being placed on houses without owner consent
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Do you own that building? If not, you have ZERO right to do this. Building owners only have the right to chose what is posted on their property. Don't be an azz.


Now don't get your panties in a bunch scum, there are plenty of others who will stand with you in your grand quest of being the mayoral spam king.

In closing, never say to someone that they don't have rights. It makes them hate you.

Posted on: 2013/5/6 2:23
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Re: Fulop signs being placed on houses without owner consent
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I ripped a political sign off the building I live in today and trashed it. Actually I made a giant paper airplane with it, and then trashed it. It was irrelevant who was being advertised,

I don't tolerate the poster. Also, I don't believe in blind loyalty, because that's just mob mentality. I will answer with what's right for me, irregardless of some scum's propaganda.

Bottom line, should another sign appear, the plane will go farther this time because I have experience now, and would expect that the paper folds will be engineered to achieve a greater distance.

Posted on: 2013/5/6 1:46
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njmcdirect and jc court
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does anyone know whats up with njmcdirect.com or the 201.209.6700 court #?

The site is down for multiple days, and the # says to call back later and hangs up. did they finally fire everyone for their incompetence? thank the pope.

Posted on: 2013/3/14 14:59
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Re: Taqueria
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what are you kidding me? no movement in the joint today, yesterday, or anyday since the incinerator authority emptied it months ago. think about it. :puff

Posted on: 2013/2/16 1:57
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Re: Must eat places in the heights?
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Andrea Salumeria all bets are off, and rizzos for the pies. I gotta cash in a favor just to go to ginos - i dont know how adding a couple pieces of chicken on a slice means $2.50 more so forget them. donna bella has the most underrated dishes. podewitz is good and you can get liqueur while youre there. And la somethin or other has huge portion rice and chicken dishes next to ginos, feeds 4 for price of 1.

Posted on: 2013/1/26 2:01
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Re: Fun Times at Exchange Place this morning
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i dont know why but i kind of find that video hilarious. especially the people trying to run up it instead of turning around.

Posted on: 2013/1/8 3:33
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Re: Synergy Gym perhaps on the market?
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Synergy was my favorite gym solely based on price. Every other gym is more expensive in this area by a lot, even club metro and brick haus ($40 and $69 respectfully). This is truly disappointing.

I am so tired of paying a ridiculous fee for gyms that look nice. I'm not there for the environment, I'm there to use the treadmill. I considered it a great find when I signed up a year ago and now i'm back searching for a similar priced gym

any suggestions would be helpful mofo's. I know there is a $10 gym in Bayonne and in the heights as well, but would rather not drive to the gym.

Posted on: 2012/12/11 14:02
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Re: Parking Ticket Issue
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Your problem is probably a technical issue. Sounds like the portable machine was defective and printed twice and you should be able to resolve it by calling the court, and by slightly verbally abusing the person that picks up, hopefully they just make you pay the one.

My opinion now that I'm talking here: I lived next to the parking authority for 7 years in the heights and let me explain to you what you are dealing with. This is not the best and brightest of Jersey City. Its like the 3rd chance at life club over there.

I mean I talked to one guy the other day who seemed intoxicated, and another day some guy had a attitude problem in public, yelling loud enough to be considered embarrassing on the phone in his uniform, and later on that week a woman who was pressing the horn down on her traffic car as i watched a handicap woman trying to back into a parking space in front of her. This type of stuff is typical. I once saw an hunched over elderly woman get ticketed because she could reach the meter because of a snow bank, and they watched her leave, as I watched them do this.

The city pays minimum to get minimum quality. simple as that. They recently downsized, is it any wonder?

RE: parking there regularly and then suddenly getting a ticket. You will often find them working hard one day and not the next day because they think to themselves, I worked hard yesterday so I'm going to take it easy today. This accounts for the constantly changing rule enforcement.

Summary: They don't care at all. They are there to make money for the city. if you end up paying twice, just hassle the guy the next time you see him.
Tony

Posted on: 2012/9/24 2:01
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