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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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Hi Captainoats,

They aren't fully opened yet. Just a permit or two away. But they are set for limited service as I understood. I am quite sure that they will cater to your desires for service tonight. Will likely even note on their paperwork that your kickstarter contrib was only half used. Hope you enjoy.

Posted on: 2015/4/9 15:15
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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Our review is nearly identical to the earlier post. We visited last night as we had contributed via kickstarter. The two owners were very friendly and eager to please. Very grateful for our contribution.

The atmosphere is very layed back. Ana, one owner, told us a great story about the wonderful large artwork on the wall. If you go, be sure to ask!

Her sister, Henna, is the primary cook. We ordered two entrees, a spicy seafood and a marinated rib-eye. Very generous portions. We carried out and were very pleased with both. Let's just say there were no leftovers.

Glad to have them here in the neighborhood. Wee'll return! Big thumb up?

Posted on: 2015/4/9 13:43
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Re: NJ W2 Tax Question
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I am a believer in the affordable tax services of Chris Johnson of CAJ Tax Solutions. They're located in Downtown JC and helped me out of quite a bind several years back. Professional, timely and thorough, Chris is also easy going and has a sense of humor. You can call him at 201-467-4-TAX. His email is cajtax@solutions4u.com.

BTW, in my experience, you can, if you insist, make a copy of one of your W-2s. So long as the states get theirs, they tend not to mind the "original" issue. Done it many times.

Posted on: 2015/1/31 6:24
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Re: To JC Bikers Who Ride on Sidewalks...
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This could and should be a helpful topic, but as usual, this forum descends into a kindergarten of oughts, shoulds, and agendas. My Gf and I bike. We follow the rules. We wear helmets because we are of a certain age and are no longer idiot enough to think that large metal boxes moving into us, won't hurt us. Or, that inconsiderate people on bikes, riding against the traffic, won't blindside us. Or that inconsiderate people typing away whilst looking down can't ran into us, whether or not we are obeying every rule or not....they can.

Similarly, we choose not to be the idiot on the bike who rides in a place that is designated for people on their feet, who are not obliged to be expectant of your two blurring wheels, or the rider who decides that going against traffic, because it is simpler, faster, cooler, safer, or just because he can. There are supposed to be guidelines and rules to allow for everyone's safety. Those who don't get this will...when they slam the bike into the baby stroller and get six broken bones I the face as well a s very well deserved lawsuit.

This forum should be above the tit for tat shit. None of us is perfect. We all err. But can't we agree that these rules are meant to protect us and not hurt? Let alone the conspiracies. Wasn't expecting that one at all!

Posted on: 2014/5/16 7:15
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Re: Condo painting/renovations/general contractor
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Do a simple search on the search engine on this forum for Basil McGregor. Many of us on here have used him and he is great by all accounts.

http://www.basilmcgregor.com

Posted on: 2014/4/2 21:06
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Re: Good place to buy a fairly large quantity of dry ice?
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Sorry but no before and after. This technique using the condensed air resulted in about an 85-90% improvement, I would estimate. I do believe that using actual dry ice, wrapped safely in a towel and while using gloves, would give even better results. It's much simpler to squire the air though!

There are several informing YouTube videos as well as how to's on the net. I just googled how to remove dents from stainless steel.

BTW, this process is arrears to be used widely in auto repair shops to get smaller to medium dents out of damaged cars.


Posted on: 2014/4/2 17:04
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Re: Group for Ukulele and Singing?
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Just read your post. I this sounds like it could be fun. I sing harmonies and have played guitar, bass,mike, mandolin for years, though my primary instrument is the guitar. Would be happy to chat about your post.

Posted on: 2014/4/2 12:01
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Re: Dry ice
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A stainless steel fridge. It has some dents in the door. If you heat the dents with a hair dryer, etc, then apply dry ice, the dents will "pop out". And it's true, although we ended up using a can of compressed duster air like you'd use to clean dust and debris from your computer keyboard.

Posted on: 2014/4/2 11:56
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Dry ice
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Does anyone know of a place nearby to pick up a little dry ice for a stainless steel appliance fix.

Posted on: 2014/3/28 22:47
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