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Re: Activists drape 'Refugees Welcome' banner on Statue of Liberty
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You're absolutely right Yvonne

Posted on: 2/22 11:22
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Re: Pediatricians
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Tribeca Pediatrics is owned and founded by Dr. Michael Cohen. His approach to childcare permeates the Tribeca Pediatrics practice. He is from France so the approach to children's healthcare is a little bit more "laissez-faire" than your typical practice in the U.S. That being said I wouldn't characterize it as "crunchy"
He wrote a book called "The New Basics: A-to-Z Baby; Child Care for the Modern Parent”. If you read a few pages of it you'll probably get a feel for the approach Tribeca Pediatric takes. I've been taking my 2 children there since they were born and they've done OK by me. My kids have been fully immunized like clock-work.

Posted on: 1/26 11:43
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Saved Detroit's ass???!!!

Detroit went bankrupt.

That's not saving. That's throwing in the towel.

Posted on: 1/9 14:30
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Re: Lights Out Around 9th Street?
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There's a crazy amount of fire trucks and emergency vehicles heading to the parking lot of the Holland motor inn at the Holland tunnel toll plaza. There is an electrical distribution shack in that parking lot.

Posted on: 2016/10/31 22:20
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Re: Lights Out Around 9th Street?
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I'm at 10th between jersey and Erie. Entire neighborhood is out.

Posted on: 2016/10/31 22:03
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Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
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This city can't even fund its own necessary city expenditures right now and it wants to impose a new tax to spend on the luxury of acquiring land unesssarily?? F that.
Just watch who they buy the properties from- developers and people that are cronies to the politicians. No thank you.

Posted on: 2016/10/18 14:23
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Re: Hillary Clinton Fundraiser in JC with Chelsea Clinton - Anyone Go?
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Back to the topic - did this event even exist? Seems like nobody wants to talk about it publicly or post pictures.


Posted on: 2016/10/17 16:25
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Re: Confederate Flag added to Liberty State Park
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Painfully technical indeed.

This issue is limited to the progressive thin skinned pussies who feel threatened by what a state flag looks like or represents to them.

Posted on: 2016/10/15 7:27
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Re: Fights, Drugs, Weapons @ JC Blue Apron Facility
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Wish I could say I'm surprised.

Posted on: 2016/10/11 16:33
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Re: Fulop won't run for governor, will back Murphy, sources say
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Good. Perhaps now he can turn his attention 100% to addressing Jersey City's issues without having his mind preoccupied by how every decision he makes affects his chances on higher democratic office.

Posted on: 2016/9/28 12:49
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Re: Odor
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Something was definitely out of the ordinary. I smelled it as soon as I stepped out onto 10th st at 8:15am and I noticed another 5 or 6 year old walking nearby holding his nose. Smelled like a loaded garbage truck.


Posted on: 2016/9/23 11:59
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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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Imported demographic ???!!!! Are you even listening to yourself? Better watch it now. There are a lot of different types of "imported demographics" that wouldn't take too kindly to being stigmatized like that. They will shame you to death if you're not careful.

Posted on: 2016/8/26 15:10
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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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I love listening to these ridiculous Jersey City liberals. They are all for change and diversity including when it comes to commercial establishments!!!*

* As long as it comports with their current progressive ideals and favored diversity demographic.

What a bunch of hypocrites.

Posted on: 2016/8/26 12:08
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Re: Cost of Day Care in the Downtown JC area
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I pay $1,616 per month for my 3 year old to attend full time at The Brunswick School. That's 5 days a week from 8:15am to 7:00pm each day. The school is year-round (no need to worry about summer break) and it has less holiday closures than is typical in most schools. The price also includes breakfast, lunch and snacks. No need to worry about packing a lunch everyday.

Posted on: 2016/8/23 11:22

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Re: Chick-fil-A Newport Mall
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If it wasn't for fast food poor people would have no enjoyable places to eat out. Not everybody can afford the latest avant-garde Jersey City restaurants for their dining pleasure. Besides there's nothing wrong with fast food enjoyed in moderation (like everything else).

Posted on: 2016/8/17 17:00
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Re: WAZE App showed me the rest of JC
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Jersey City is no different than any other city. Everyone is free to live - in their own separate sections.

But seriously, if the current dichotomy in Jersey City bothers you well you need look no further than the decades of increasingly progressive liberal government that has been overseeing the situation all along.

Posted on: 2016/8/16 14:23
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Re: Fulop: ‘We are leading every single economic metric in the State of New Jersey’
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Is there an economic metric that grades a city's ability to fund its own expenditures? Because I'd believe we'd fail that horribly. Especially in light of how much wealth has been brought into JC.

Posted on: 2016/7/9 20:55
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Re: Condo maintenance fee
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Quote:

bodhipooh wrote:
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Adonis wrote:
Mine will accept and place your packages inside your unit, same with dry cleaning, plus do other sundry tasks within reason such as check on a pet or open unit door for somebody that's forgotten keys, facilitate move ins or move outs, etc. It never ceases to amaze me the endless list of possible things certain people need help with when it comes to the most mundane daily tasks that they otherwise would have to do themselves.


Ha ha ha! Agreed, Adonis. I don't normally call on them for much, or anything. But, I have seen residents ask them to arrange for all kinds of things, including calling for a car/taxi pickup. On a couple of occasions in which I have left my keys inside, they have always graciously handled that for me And, totally agreed on more or less the same list of tasks: accept/handle packages, dry cleaning, newspaper deliveries, etc. They are also the doormen for the building and do so graciously about 99% of the time. On one occasion, they really came in really handy, when PSEG decided to do some unannounced ("emergency") repair work on the street and they had the police tow away cars from the area, and the concierge took the time to track me down, and call me, and I was able to get the car moved without it getting towed somewhere.



Agreed. I don't use our concierge for much of anything. But I do know that many times they are invaluable to other residents.

Posted on: 2016/6/21 12:24
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Re: Condo maintenance fee
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Mine will accept and place your packages inside your unit, same with dry cleaning, plus do other sundry tasks within reason such as check on a pet or open unit door for somebody that's forgotten keys, facilitate move ins or move outs, etc. It never ceases to amaze me the endless list of possible things certain people need help with when it comes to the most mundane daily tasks that they otherwise would have to do themselves.

Posted on: 2016/6/21 11:05
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Re: Condo maintenance fee
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My building is a 58-unit building in downtown that is almost 10 years old. The maintenance fee ranges from $4.74 per square foot per year to $5.32, depending upon what floor you are on. It's a 6 story building. The fee pays for a part-time concierge, a super and a porter for trash. The only real common amenity is a large roof deck with bbq grills, tables, chairs, landscaping, etc. Parking in the building is extra. We have a very healthy reserve fund which we have not had to tap into yet. One thing that has kept our finances pretty good is this: there is a policy written into the by-laws by the developer that requires a payment of 3-months common charges to be paid to our operating fund and a similar 3-months common charge payment to our reserve fund each time a unit is sold. The 2 separate payments are made by the new owner. These 2 payments are in addition the regular maintenance fees they are on the hook for once the sale closes. There are usually about 5 or 6 re-sales each year.

Posted on: 2016/6/20 14:46
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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump! Trump!

You guys live your lives in one big intelligentsia circle-jerk. In a few years you'll still be scratching your heads while Trump's face goes up on Mount Rushmore. Do yourselves and the rest of us a favor - follow Lena Dunham's lead and move out of the U.S. when he wins it all.


Posted on: 2016/6/10 14:01
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Re: Jersey City Muslims Unite Against Trump
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Trump!!!!!
Suck it all you haters. Over the last year he's shown y'all are wrong over and over again. But keep fighting him. It only makes him stronger.

Posted on: 2016/6/9 22:16
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Re: Dog Shit
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It's not free. We are all paying for those bags. We might as well pay for "free" leashes too so that we encourage people to leash their dogs because you know, personal responsibility went out the window years ago.

Posted on: 2016/4/29 10:55
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Re: Jersey City plan requiring 30-hour workweek minimum
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That's ridiculous. My condo building has 50 or more units. If we have to pay our part-time porter as if he is working 30-hours a week we will just fire him and have our current full-time super pick up the responsibilities and pay the Super a little more. Our part-time porter was doing this job as a source of supplemental income for his full-time job. Now he is SOL.

Posted on: 2016/4/28 10:09
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Re: Taxes cuts not spurring growth in Kansas
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"2. The Gamer
This fellow’s liberal arts education is finally starting to pay off—in the form of condescending, pseudo-intellectual rebukes straight out of his 100-level university rhetoric class.

Be careful, you’re dealing with a master debater—on a good day, he speaks eight words of Latin.
You know this guy. He fancies himself an elevated thinker and attempts to prove it by repeatedly parroting terms like “straw man” and “ad hominem,” no matter the context. Be careful, you’re dealing with a master debater—on a good day, he speaks eight words of Latin.

His profile pic is a CGI swordsman and his cover photo an homage to “Fallout 4,” which he’s already beaten despite its release just weeks ago. He’ll pwn you too if you insist on pointing out the obvious economic flaws in Obamacare because, even though he’s never paid a bill in his life, it’s allowed him to stay on his mother’s insurance for another two years while he finds himself. He’s feeling the Bern alright—universal healthcare means he may never have to move.

Use extreme caution around this one. Didn’t I tell you? He almost passed that rhetoric class. Still has the book, too, in case he needs to quickly reference a fallacy, or a coaster for his milk when his mom brings him more waffles.

But don’t let his unwarranted condescension and poorly formed logic derail you. Chances are your arguments are perfectly solid, unlike the gelatinous liquid swarming with flies in the piles of cereal bowls that litter his basement bedroom."


http://thefederalist.com/2016/04/15/h ... ng-social-media-personas/

Posted on: 2016/4/27 9:31
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Re: Exchange Place to become sixth SID in Jersey City
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Exactly. It's this type of insidious crap that makes it such a struggle to start a business.

Posted on: 2016/4/21 17:46
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Re: Exchange Place to become sixth SID in Jersey City
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I see. So it's just another instance of treating businesses as an open wallet for government spending. How nice.

Posted on: 2016/4/21 12:14
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Re: Taxes cuts not spurring growth in Kansas
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Why The Left And Others Fear Fundamental State Tax Reform

http://www.investors.com/politics/vie ... amental-state-tax-reform/

Posted on: 2016/4/21 12:11
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Re: Exchange Place to become sixth SID in Jersey City
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Somehow I don't think the "assessment" imposed on businesses within the SID is voluntary. It's another tax with purported benefits that may or may not materialize.

Posted on: 2016/4/21 11:59
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Re: Taxes cuts not spurring growth in Kansas
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Even if that's true it's still more money in the pockets for those that earned it which is always a good thing.

Posted on: 2016/4/19 13:31
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