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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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If JC sidewalks are to become a public forum of sorts, spread the good word <3
Quran (3:56) – “As to those who reject faith, I will punish them with terrible agony in this world and in the Hereafter, nor will they have anyone to help.”



ooh! ooh! i have one too!

1 Peter 2:18: "Slaves, submit yourselves to your masters with all respect, not only to the good and gentle but also to the cruel."

these books... they really teach love and compassion!


this sounds exactly like how Dear Leader got elected. Millions of disenchanted poor white folk, tricked into voting against their own best interest because emails and brown people.

Posted on: 5/9 9:50
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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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someone has too much time on their hands, and is hell-bent on letting us all know it. 'resist' and "impeach" writtten inside chalk hearts, as if suggesting it's colorfully cute to upend our government's leadership, during a time of heightened political tensions, simply because the other crooked candidate didn't win.


should we all start writing our feelings all over the city sidewalks in chalk as well, particularly those who don't necessarily feel the same way as this person does? is that cool, or only if it's what the majority think they think, according to what the tv has told them should be their opinion? just curious. not really feeling having someone try to tell me how think constantly every time i look at the ground. most of us have more than enough to worry about during our day to day grind, living here and now. this person needs a job and / or some time-consuming hobbies.



you should post a Yelp review about it

Posted on: 5/8 16:52
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Re: no motorcycles or scooters in jersey city?
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thanks all. useful info for sure!

also thanks jcneighbor, that was actually incredibly useful, especially with the parking/locking info. i think my only option now is to do permit parking on the street. honestly i wonder if crime is even bad still in DT JC?



Just because people are willing to pay 2500/mo plus broker fee for a 1br, doesn't mean your ride is safe. Still see lots of street diamonds downtown.

Posted on: 5/1 14:56
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Re: 99 Ranch Market Grand Opening on 4/21 at 9am - 420 Grand Street
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brewster wrote:
That shop needs to get better soy sauce packets and have chili oil, rather than the shit takeout stuff they provide. The ramen shop does much better.


Agreed. I was surprised that they had the typical yi Pian take out packets instead of the real deal.

Posted on: 4/26 10:31
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Re: Heads Up - JCPD Driving Enforcement - Corner of 9th/Manila
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here's a heads up: Be careful out there.
I almost got hit last night, along with a driver making a legal right turn on CC and Varick by a driver running a red light doing at least 40.

Posted on: 4/20 13:05
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Re: Bayonne man steals $3K bike in Jersey City burglary spree, cops say (Downtown)
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I wanted to see the actual bike, rather than his picture. It's great that he's been caught and everything but $ 3000 for a bike? Is it made of silver or something?

For that kind of money, the bike should pedal itself.



Many bikes are massive ripoffs.


"You're out of your element Donnie."

Go back to bitching about snowflakes.

Posted on: 3/10 10:13
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Re: Brick Haus Gym
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Does anyone know what will be going into the space?


I heard rumors of a multi room/theme club

Posted on: 3/7 10:17
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Re: Jersey City mulls changes to pedestrian plaza to address rowdy bar-goers
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They wanted Hoboken, they got Hoboken.
Cant wait until the first "'con" bar crawl to pop up downtown. ha!

Posted on: 3/7 10:15
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Re: Trump Our New President
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is sessions gonna charge himself with lying to congress


How did he lie? He testified he had no contact with any Rooskies outside his job as Senator on Senate business. Both of the meetings he did have with the Russian Ambassador were open and above board. Now if someone found them having coffee together unannounced, or doing vodka shots you'd have a point. But that's just wishful thinking.


you guys really go through some contortions to make reality fit your alternative facts

Posted on: 3/2 14:40
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Re: Activists drape 'Refugees Welcome' banner on Statue of Liberty
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Melania Trump was paid more than $20,000 for "modeling work" in the United States before she was actually legally allowed to work in the country, according to the Associated Press.


That report is unproven, and in any case it also was reported there was a gap of a few weeks before her paperwork was cleared. All of this was noted before the election, and no-once cared, and still don't.


And if it were European models and not Mexicans picking your fruit, bussing your tables and washing your dishes, you wouldn't care about the current situation either.

Posted on: 2/22 10:23
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Re: Woman dies falling off escalator inside famed World Trade Center Oculus while reaching to grab hat
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Serious question: If no one cosigned and she's dead, what does her debt matter? Are they going to go after her sister, parents?


In some cases, yes - and the collection efforts are aggressive.

Christie did sign a law last year covering some student debts.

When my little brother passed away in 2002, I remember Gateway wanted me (his executrix and caregiver) to ship back his computer that he had financed. They were very aggressive in their tactics. I told them to basically f off. The computer sits in my closet to this very day.


Sorry for your loss and for bringing that memory back. Thanks for the reply and information.

Posted on: 2/16 10:16
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Re: Woman dies falling off escalator inside famed World Trade Center Oculus while reaching to grab hat
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Serious question: If no one cosigned and she's dead, what does her debt matter? Are they going to go after her sister, parents?

Posted on: 2/15 10:43
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Chicago was ignored for one of 2 reasons.

1. Obama didn't want to make Emanuel look bad.

2. As long as the gangbangers are generally only killing each other, the authorities are looking the other way.


I think you are right on both counts, but I'm not sure what the federal government can do to curtail gang violence short of ending the war on drugs.


never gonna happen. too much money to be made off of prisons. and too easy for them to keep their thumb on black america.

Posted on: 1/25 14:17
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Re: Trump Our New President
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And President Trump's choice for UN rep, Indian/American Nikki Haskell, sails through the confirmation process!


Nikki Haley.

I know they're hard to keep track of, but you're getting Trump's rich, celebrity pals confused.

Posted on: 1/25 9:54
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Good god you people can't go two seconds without lying to make up for Trump's shortcomings.


"Lying" is a conscious effort to deceive other people, but this phenomenon looks like an unconscious effort among Mr. Trump's supporters to deceive themselves.


I don't think it's "deception" if they honestly believe the alternate "reality" that is being fed them.

Posted on: 1/24 10:00
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Re: How do you feel about Traffic Safety in JC? We want to know!
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Development brings people and people brings cars. This administration wants to beat Newark in population. The goal of beating Newark adds to the problem in addition all new buildings now are under Redevelopment plans which ignores traffic studies.


Not necessarily more cars, though that can happen. Development brings increased density of humans. Humans need to get around and into/out of the city. Ensuring we/they can do that safely is crucial. Better planning, improved engineering and offering more/better public transit and walkability and bikeability are all pieces of that. I definitely agree this whole topic of safe people circulation has not been well-thought out or holistically managed as our city seeks to build build build. That's why we formed Safe Streets JC.


It will take multi billions of dollars to have a system that gets JC folks around JC. No one will invest that kind of funds. The more you build, the more you will have cars.


"multi billions" hahaha

Space X can launch a rocket for less than 60 million and you're quoting billions to put some safe bike paths in and a trolley or two?
wow.


The lite rail cost is nearly $70 million per mile. http://www.publicpurpose.com/ut-lrt00capcost.htm


Jesus. I stand corrected.

Posted on: 1/17 11:53
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Re: How do you feel about Traffic Safety in JC? We want to know!
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Development brings people and people brings cars. This administration wants to beat Newark in population. The goal of beating Newark adds to the problem in addition all new buildings now are under Redevelopment plans which ignores traffic studies.


Not necessarily more cars, though that can happen. Development brings increased density of humans. Humans need to get around and into/out of the city. Ensuring we/they can do that safely is crucial. Better planning, improved engineering and offering more/better public transit and walkability and bikeability are all pieces of that. I definitely agree this whole topic of safe people circulation has not been well-thought out or holistically managed as our city seeks to build build build. That's why we formed Safe Streets JC.


It will take multi billions of dollars to have a system that gets JC folks around JC. No one will invest that kind of funds. The more you build, the more you will have cars.


"multi billions" hahaha

Space X can launch a rocket for less than 60 million and you're quoting billions to put some safe bike paths in and a trolley or two?
wow.

Posted on: 1/17 10:32
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Re: Anti-gentrification activist
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I think our "activist" is back on the anti-gentrification warpath.

Today Curbed featured a bland profile of (mostly downtown) JC's best-kept secrets offered up by a Barcade employee who has lived in town for three years.

It's much the same as several other puff pieces in recent years selling the merits of DTJC to the Curbed readership on the other side of the river - certainly nothing offensive in her observations.

Nonetheless, scroll on down to the comment section and take a read of the screed written by "RealJCNative1". Reads like the shrill ranting of the "JC Take it Back" girl that started this thread a few years back. And of course, she's still furious about the "colonizers" taking over her town.

Yawn.



Ugh. "gingerbread delights"
And this is the problem with DT. It attracts the kind of person that would use this turn of phrase.

Posted on: 1/13 10:17
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Re: Trump Our New President
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JCMan8 wrote:
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Macy's dumped Trump and his clothing line after Trump first starting running for office.

When a business takes a disgraceful stance like that, they receive punishment.


Holy Christ man. I know you'be been busy trying to figure out the optimal tip-to-tip efficiency for Trump and Putin, but you sound like you're already living in a dictatorship. You speak up against our dear leader, or do something to anger him? Time for your punishment.


You are the one who brought up Macy's and implied that Trump let them down because they are now a failing business.

I explained that they took a controversial political stance and were punished by hardworking Americans (who stopped shopping there) as a result. So things are going just fine.


Wasn't me that brought up Macy's. You're a smart person, I presume, soni know you can't believe everything Trump says. I mean this is a guy who has publicly stated he has never been sick a day in his life, and that he has the greatest immune system. I'm curious what percentage you believe. 50%? 75%?


There is a saying that Trump supporters take him seriously but not literally, while haters take him literally but not seriously.

You illustrated this nicely with the example you just used. I see that quote and his obvious point is that he rarely gets sick/is in good health. I believe this to be true.

Liberals will get one of their partisan "fact checking" websites, such as Politifact (operated by reporters from the Tampa Bay Times, which strongly endorsed Hillary), which will find one time he was sick, and then conclude:LIE!! FOUR PINOCCHIOS!!!!! Without really discussing his main point (he's never really sick).

Then people like you will read and it will confirm your belief of what a liar Trump is and how stupid his supporters must be to believe him. And people like me will read and say this is just another example of our dishonest media misleading their readers.



This is a great explanation, and might be your best, most helpful post ever. Strong.


Posted on: 1/10 11:40
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Re: Trump Our New President
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still unclear. is there a definition or is it anyone that is sad that trump won?

Posted on: 1/6 12:42
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The snowflake tears as the moving trucks are at the White House are especially delicious today.


whats a "snowflake tear"?

Posted on: 1/6 11:40
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Re: There's a new approach for training Jersey City police recruits
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JCMan8 wrote:
More minorities on the force.

Qualified applicants.

Pick one.


hahaha.
When's the next Klan meeting?

Posted on: 1/4 9:28
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Re: dermatologist downtown?
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After trying a few in JC and not being satisfied, I recently switched to Schweiger Dermatology in Hoboken at 2 Hudson Place, right outside the PATH. They run on time, modern office (text & email reminders, web registration for intake paperwork,etc.) and good care. Also, they have Saturday, and some weekdays they are there 7am-7pm so very convenient to schedule without missing work. Lots of schedule options.


Thanks. This is perfect.

Posted on: 12/22 9:58
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dermatologist downtown?
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Looking for a Dr to take a look at a couple dark spots I've noticed.
I used to have access to free melanoma screening but not anymore.

thanks

Posted on: 12/21 17:19
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Re: Grocery shopping
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I'm surprised no one mentioned Eataly since they're now conveniently located in the WTC. I've only been there once (the Flatiron store) and they didn't pass my banana test, a very scientific barometer of prices, haha. They had the highest prices I've encountered anywhere for bananas $1.29/lb or about 79 cents for a medium banana. I'm going to be at WTC today and will check out their fish.


dude, would you buy truffles from a bodega? Why are you looking at bananas at Eataly?

Posted on: 12/21 10:32
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Re: Wayne Street Issues
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I have been there for almost 15 years and it has changed a lot. There are still some regular day drinkers and dealers, but I have never felt unsafe. Everyone keeps to themselves.

But for the new stroller crowd moving in: please don't come here wanting it to be the burbs!


and please dont bring your giant strollers into the tiny bodegas. thanks

Posted on: 12/20 10:13
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Re: Amazon US Post office delivery issues
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Last night I got a 'your delivery is delayed' alert. That became 'failed delivery' about 7:45 this morning. Again, no ticket in the mailbox.


I've had this email notification a couple times. Haven't yet figured out why. Once the package was "lost" and the other time it ended up getting dropped off at an access point a few days later. No slip either time.

Posted on: 2016/11/29 10:08
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Re: STARBUCKS: HOMELESS SHELTER (Grove)
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"premium table"

Posted on: 2016/11/21 10:52
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Sexiness of First Ladies aside, Michelle Obama seemed to be a figure that all Americans, regardless of party, respected. Her passion to decrease childhood obesity contributed to that respect. I wonder what Melania's mission will be...


Lots of people called Michelle horrible things. So let's not be so quick to say all Americans respected her.

Melania has said her platform will be fighting cyber bullying, unless that has changed already.

Posted on: 2016/11/10 9:55
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Re: If you found the wallet this morning at Hamilton Park...
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Cool. Doesn't matter what John's race is, this Corksucker said:

Someone who understands statistics, and does not allow my hysterical emotions to cloud my sense of reality.

Simply look to the crime statistics and it will reveal what the most likely perpetuator looks like. If these statistics upset you, perhaps certain demographics should stop committing these crimes so they aren't grossly over represented in the crime statistics.


What do YOU say Corksucker?
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John is black btw


The statistics don't cover people returning wallets. So they have no bearing on, if a wallet is stolen, what groups of people overwhelmingly are likely to be the culprits.

The implication in the OP was that the person stole the wallet. I'm happy this turned out not to be the case.

And I'm not the one who originally asked, but that poster was right. When you make a post about someone who took a wallet, you should give as many descriptive details as possible, including race.


I don't know why I keep coming back here and letting your shit get me worked up.
Dude, you're a fuckign racist and I honestly hope it bites you in the ass.

Posted on: 2016/11/3 10:27
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