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Re: PAPD cadets jogging downtown
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I would like the retard that attacked me for calling PAPD cadets "turds" or "little shits" or whatever I said to apologize.

New Port Authority Police Go on Drunken Rampage After Graduation

http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140 ... -after-graduation-sources


Wow "retard" way to be resepectful. You are shit.


I apologize. Any number of other insults would have been more appropriate.

Posted on: 2014/9/4 15:45
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Re: PAPD cadets jogging downtown
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I would like the retard that attacked me for calling PAPD cadets "turds" or "little shits" or whatever I said to apologize.

New Port Authority Police Go on Drunken Rampage After Graduation

http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20140 ... -after-graduation-sources

Posted on: 2014/9/3 20:48
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Re: Nail Salons of Jersey City!
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Did it ever occur to you that people operate cash businesses for reasons other than just profits?

Posted on: 2014/9/1 22:34
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Re: Did you lose a parakeet? Found DTJC
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Yeah, those parakeets are expanding all over the country because they're amazingly adaptable to different climates. The ones in the entry gate to Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn are sort of a tourist attraction.


Did you know that the parakeets were allowed to colonize Green-Wood because their droppings don't damage the brownstone, unlike that of the pigeons they displaced?

Posted on: 2014/8/28 17:02
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Re: Black community responds to police shooting of unarmed black teenager by looting businesses
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This thread is still going? At least something is keeping you fucking coots off the street.

Posted on: 2014/8/27 23:38
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Re: Buying an apt with tenant in place
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they boast about how the state is pretty fair in terms not being pro-tenant like NYC.


How is that fair?

Posted on: 2014/8/27 18:48
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Re: Black community responds to police shooting of unarmed black teenager by looting businesses
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Has anyone put the crowds in Ferguson in touch with the geniuses on jclist? I'm sure we'll have this straightened out in no time. LOL.


Posted on: 2014/8/19 10:45
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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Yvonne wrote:
It means people at Grove can at least get on a train.


No it doesn't. This has been explained. As people are watching a train bypass the station and keep waiting for another train, more and more people will come down the stairs and make the platform even more crowded. The train will still be crowded!

Posted on: 2014/8/9 3:07
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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That is not true, you would be carrying passengers from Harrison and Newark, but the not the passengers from Bayonne and the rest of Jersey City who uses the Journal Square station. Just wait unit the 3 monster buildings, the KRE development gets on line in 2016. How do you think downtown riders are able to get on the train? Yes, there will be some additional riders from Marion but nothing compared to Journal Square. It is the reason I suggested the Journal Square train skipped Grove and go to Pavonia/Newport.


Are you brain dead? The math has been laid out for you several times. Your bonkers opinion does not undo concrete math.

Posted on: 2014/8/8 19:18
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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Hey JaeTea it is illegal to take pictures on PATH property unless you have a authorized permit.
not true


Sadly, it actually is true. This doesn't excuse heights from being a crybaby tattletale though.

Posted on: 2014/8/7 14:54
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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It also depends on the time of the day rush hour occurs. It is easier during summer when people are wearing thinner garments but come winter heavier coats adds to the crowded feeling. Also come September students from JC return to NYC private, Catholic, even some public schools, not including colleges. We need to address this problem before 25 Senate Place or the 3 KRE towers next to the PATH at Journal Square are occupied. Fulop said in one of his press release there are 17,000 units approve for construction. I am sure many will take the PATH.


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Posted on: 2014/8/7 2:12
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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It is difficult to get on the train during rush hour at Grove and Pavonia. The train is already packed from Journal Square riders who make up Bayonne, Greenville, Harrison and Newark. It is the reason I said a Marion station would go directly to Grove bypassing Journal Square. Personally, I like a little breathing room on the train.


Could you maybe respond to the points I took the time to outline?

Posted on: 2014/8/7 0:45
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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Very interesting.
What would happen if the path tunnel sprung a leak? What would stop the water from the Hudson flooding the path and pouring out at Grove st. It would be a disaster.


Didn't do so great in physics, did you? The tunnels already leak anyway.


Uh, sure Einstein.
If there was a big hole in the tunnel the pressure of the water above would turn the tunnels into virtual water mains.


Yeah, but how would it come pouring out at Grove Street? It's above sea level. What's to stop it from flowing up Newark Avenue and flooding Journal Square?

Posted on: 2014/8/6 21:12
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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When the Grove Path Station was being redone awhile back, I read somewhere they could not add more trains because some of the stations would not accommodate a longer train. I just don't remember which stations they referred. I know how difficult it is to get on the Path at Grove and Pavonia, the reason I suggested Marion station would go directly to Grove and and Journal Square would bypass Grove and go directly to Pavonia. My suggestion helps both Journal Square and downtown.



This plan is completely wrong. Here are some things to consider:

1. People take the train from JSQ to Grove Street.

2. People take the train from Grove Street to Pavonia, especially those that have to transfer there to go to Hoboken or possibly to the light rail system.

3. Making people wait while a train skips their station means that the platform is going to fill up even more during the next waiting interval, making the train more crowded anyway.

4. The infrastructure for platform extensions already exists. It is the space in the tunnels next to the platforms. It's a shame you can't remember where you read that it was impossible because I don't think that documentation exists, or you're remembering it incorrectly.

Please pick one topic to specialize in and work on that. There is a reason that the transportation professionals are only talking about signal upgrades and platform lengthening and not scenarios that overcomplicate a system without doing anything to alleviate the problem.

There is no reason we can't have both a new station at Marion and a platform lengthening project.

Posted on: 2014/8/6 21:03
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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Old-Skool-JC wrote:
Very interesting.
What would happen if the path tunnel sprung a leak? What would stop the water from the Hudson flooding the path and pouring out at Grove st. It would be a disaster.


Didn't do so great in physics, did you? The tunnels already leak anyway.

Posted on: 2014/8/6 16:50
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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The PATH tunnels were built before the Amtrak tunnels. How long do you think they have left?

Posted on: 2014/8/6 16:00
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Re: New PATH Station - Marion
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Yvonne wrote:
Adding a platform to a Marion station would be cheaper than digging underground at Grove or Pavonia to expand the station. The tracks are already there.


The longer platforms would accommodate longer trains that can hold more people. Adding a station would not solve that issue, but I don't see why we can't have both.

Posted on: 2014/8/5 22:39
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Re: Downtown JC car break-ins (5th Street)
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Would anyone mind saying what kind of car they have to see if there's a pattern? Perhaps someone is going around with a universal remote locking device that targets a specific make/model of car.

Posted on: 2014/7/31 18:23
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Re: Bright Street Community Garden
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Pat Byrne might be your guy.

https://twitter.com/1800patbyrne


Posted on: 2014/7/29 4:21
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Re: You can tell a lot about a person by the way he treats the waiter
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The real idiot is anyone getting involved in this bullshit thread.

Posted on: 2014/7/28 15:53
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Re: Oil Tank - How do I find out if property has one?
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A neighbor recently had their oil tank removed. How can I check to see if it was done legally?

Posted on: 2014/7/23 18:29
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Re: PAPD cadets jogging downtown
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Are you calling the PAPD "do nothings" and "turds"???
I dare you to approach them while they are working out and say that to them loud and clear that they are "turds".
If you cant, you are exactly what you appear in your profile picture.
Anyone who responds to the crap that 95% of society doesnt want to or cant deal with or scared to deal with can excersize whenever and wherever they want in my book!


You know I won't do that. Police routinely get away with massive abuses for smaller reasons than not being able to take an insult. Mindless defenders such as yourself are one of society's biggest problems.

Posted on: 2014/7/22 17:48
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Re: PAPD cadets jogging downtown
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Mall cops?? Really??

You're a jerkoff Steve Wilson, and apparently have no sympathy or respect for the tragedy of 9/11.

The PAPD protects our ports and airports in NY/NJ and as Heights mentioned, were first responders on 9/11. They gave their lives to help others and protect us from these Muslim scumbags.


Steve, why is it that we should care about you and your complaints. Isn't that the way you treat everyone else?
Can you imagine him calling you a Jerkoff !

Stay classy, son.


This is hard to decipher and appears to make little sense anyway. Have you seen the turds trying out to be $100k+/year do-nothings?

Posted on: 2014/7/22 0:36
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Re: BIKE LANES in Jersey City
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There are a lot more bike lanes popping up than were originally indicated by the city on the map posted above. Will there be an updated map at any point showing all of the lanes?

Posted on: 2014/7/18 16:21
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Re: A casino in Jersey City? Venture capitalist wants to make it happen
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not total BS boss. My dad dealt cards there for 25 years. He and many, many of his friends that were cooks and waiters in the hotels became dealers when they opened up the casinos.

Im born and raised and he's still there. He supported our family and put me through catholic grade school, high school and helped with college. Also paid off his house. Trust me, many dealers and other non "menial" workers at least started off in AC. Yes, many leave after they get their feet under them but some do stay.


Your anecdote is not enough evidence that this is in any way a good idea. How many dealers can they possibly have? Are they really getting paid the same rate they were 25 years ago?

Posted on: 2014/7/16 2:51
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Re: Jersey City cops placed on high alert for retaliation by Bloods
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Bloods should be officially labeled a terrorist organization, and each member should be identified and rewards put on each of their heads.


War on Terror.. How's that workin for ya?


Working about as well as it is for you.


Oooh, good one.

Posted on: 2014/7/16 1:55
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Re: Exciting News for Fans of Live Music
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I tried listening to that station once but only got static and figured I had bad reception. It turned out the static was the "song" they were playing.

Posted on: 2014/7/14 16:01
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Re: A casino in Jersey City? Venture capitalist wants to make it happen
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a stadium that will sit empty more than half the time...of course, there might not be much there now....but sometimes needs to do a REALISTIC cost benefit analysis. i like the ny times article about hartford rejecting a stadium that was only going to generate $500,000 in annual proceeds but would require $4,000,000 in annual bond payments from the city


What city bonds? I thought the $5 billion was private capital - with the city and state on the hook for tax incentives. You understand how project financing works?


I understood perfectly when McGreevey and Corzine said Xanadu would get zero public financing. I understood better when Christie came along and changed that.

Posted on: 2014/7/14 4:59
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Re: Jersey City police chief: Fulop devised 'illegal' operation to snarl traffic at Holland Tunnel
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Uhhh

Posted on: 2014/7/12 13:26
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Re: A casino in Jersey City? Venture capitalist wants to make it happen
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More residents = more property taxes = more money to hire municipal employees...and the reality is we probably don't need more employees but rather better philosophy in Greenville and BL.

And casinos don't always bring crime. How much crime is there around the casino in Montreal? Or Foxwoods? Crime was in AC before the casinos, probably worse so.


You seem to be under the impression that any development is a good development. Casinos decrease the quality of communities, especially low income ones. Motor sport stadiums have significant negative impacts on the environment. The only good place for one is in the middle of nowhere, if anywhere. I don't think we need new residents badly enough to allow any part of this project to succeed.

Posted on: 2014/7/11 16:09
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