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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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TonyTwoPoops wrote:
I like how JCMan8 and Monroe proudly admit they are okay with being lied to and cite sources notorious for spreading fake news.....and then whine and cry when no one takes their rantings on here seriously. You're a joke! No one trusts anything you have to say anymore- you've lost credibility and it's your own fault.

It's hilarious when you step away for awhile and come back to see that once JCMAN8 gets called on his bullshit he just becomes obsessed on who truly believes what message and goes in circles so he doesn't have to address what actually matters or reality. Just because Trump & co know that tactic works on people like you doesn't mean everyone else is as easily manipulated.


jc list is fake news. stop triggering me tony

Posted on: 5/9 12:16
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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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and here i am thinking those chalk drawings are just a place for my dog to pee

Posted on: 5/9 12:15
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Re: Jersey City Residents Decry Offensive Murals Commissioned by the City
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Yvonne wrote:
Most of the art here is mediocre and it shouldn't be. Yes, I know a few people who said they were startled while driving when they saw the tiger near White Castle. Art should not cause an accident, it should uplifting. The art should be telling the story of Jersey City which is very rich and its people. There are no tigers or zoos in JC.


If a driver gets so startled by a mural that it makes them lose control of their car then they shouldn't be driving -period.


When you use a period (.) you don't have to say "period"


When you end a sentence with "period" in quotation marks, you still have to use a period inside the quotation marks.


stop mansplaining at me

Posted on: 5/8 14:16
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Re: Jersey City Residents Decry Offensive Murals Commissioned by the City
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Yvonne wrote:
Most of the art here is mediocre and it shouldn't be. Yes, I know a few people who said they were startled while driving when they saw the tiger near White Castle. Art should not cause an accident, it should uplifting. The art should be telling the story of Jersey City which is very rich and its people. There are no tigers or zoos in JC.


If a driver gets so startled by a mural that it makes them lose control of their car then they shouldn't be driving -period.


When you use a period (.) you don't have to say "period"

Posted on: 5/8 11:00
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Re: Gun found at Jersey City middle school; 15-year-old charged, police say (Downtown)
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richieveal wrote:
Sad to see a 15 year old in middle school.


Many school districts put immigrant students behind in grades in order to learn the language. Several months ago, something similar happen when a 18 and 19 year old immigrants raped a 14 year old classmate. The officials said it is their practice to place older students with younger classmates who are immigrants.


there you go again blaming the immigrants

Posted on: 4/27 18:47
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Re: Candice Osborne running, Not running, running, Not running,
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For what its worth, I reached out to her in the past and received a surprisingly prompt reply. Granted, it was a small issue for her to handle, but still says something for her.

Posted on: 4/20 15:43
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Re: GoFundMe for Little Boy Who May Lose Ear to Pit Bull Attack on Ocean Ave
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bill wrote:
How about, because if you do this (even though it might make sense), it is not PC. Since JC is pretty liberal, the citizens will not support a law that may be seen to discriminate. First pit bulls, next certain ethnicities, religions, genders?


Bad argument. Three of those groups have constitutional and statutory protections; one doesn't. Can you guess which is which?


why is it a bad argument? just cause they might be protected, the idea behind it is the same...


because if they are protected, the law won't hold up.

Posted on: 4/14 14:38
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Re: Judge critical of JCPD over shooting of man near cop killer's memorial
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shooting someone in the back while he is running way is attempted murder. period.


You obviously know very little/nothing about the crime of attempted murder. Just stop.

More importantly, based on Royster's inflammatory comments after this incident (and after Santiago's murder), she shouldn't be allowed anywhere near these proceedings. "period."

Posted on: 4/14 14:37
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Re: GoFundMe for Little Boy Who May Lose Ear to Pit Bull Attack on Ocean Ave
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bill wrote:
How about, because if you do this (even though it might make sense), it is not PC. Since JC is pretty liberal, the citizens will not support a law that may be seen to discriminate. First pit bulls, next certain ethnicities, religions, genders?


Bad argument. Three of those groups have constitutional and statutory protections; one doesn't. Can you guess which is which?

Posted on: 4/14 14:14
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Re: A violent 36 hours in Jersey City: 5 shot and 8 arrested during gun investigations
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So were 5 people shot during the investigations?

Posted on: 3/27 12:58
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Re: 10 shares Fulop orders gender-neutral restrooms in city buildings
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richieveal wrote:
Write your councilman/woman.


don't you mean councilpersyn?

Posted on: 3/24 15:11
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Newport Mall
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I was at the Newport Mall late afternoon this Saturday and while on the way out saw a pretty big police response pulling in. Does anyone know what happened or if there's a way to find out?

We didn't stick around to see what it was, but I know the crowd can get pretty rowdy there. Seemed like too many police for a shoplifting or another one-off crime. The mall seems to have gotten nicer over the years but there's still an unsettling vibe like anything can happen at any time.

I feel like this happens somewhat frequently (lots of police cars showing up) and notwithstanding the mini precinct inside security is pretty scant.

Are there off duty cops assigned on weekends when lots of young groups are expected?

Posted on: 3/13 16:14
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Re: Dogs need fences
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and how flimsy is your fence?

Posted on: 3/8 10:40
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Re: Jersey City mulls changes to pedestrian plaza to address rowdy bar-goers
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They actually were from Penn State. Canning for THON 2017....raising money for pediatric cancer patients and family support.

http://www.collegian.psu.edu/news/cam ... e6-a89f-8b41fc0a2f94.html


Just because they claim a legitimate cause doesn't mean they can't be scammers.

Posted on: 3/8 10:37
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Re: Jersey City mulls changes to pedestrian plaza to address rowdy bar-goers
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Bars are responsible for people they serve alcohol to and then go on to show anti-social behavior? Really?


Yes. They get fined and sued all the time.

Posted on: 3/8 10:34
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Re: Required in unit building inspection notices around 07302, what gives?
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Curious - Are there any exemptions, i.e., for smaller (2 or 3-unit) condos?

Posted on: 2/19 13:28
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Re: Police or Fire Siren doesn't stop in Downtown
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I heard this too - was it around 4-5am near Hamilton Park area?

It was like a really loud police car siren but stationary and lasted like an hour or so. Maybe a building alarm system or something.

Posted on: 2/3 15:32
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Re: NJT Bus with 2 Dozen Passengers Struck by Bullets - MLK Near Bidwell
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No matter what you use to justify the policy, it's unconstitutional to stop people at random (or just because you happen to be a minority) and search them.

The end will never justify the means.


Where do you get this? Stop and frisk (aka a "Terry stop") is neither random nor unconstitutional.

Posted on: 1/18 16:16
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Re: How teachers unions drive Jersey’s pension crisis
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Killtown wrote:
States can't file for Bankruptcy, so it's apples to oranges.


(That was a reply to Yvonne)

Posted on: 12/6 6:43
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Re: How teachers unions drive Jersey’s pension crisis
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States can't file for Bankruptcy, so it's apples to oranges.

Posted on: 12/6 6:40
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Monroe wrote:
Can we say 'Attorney General Chris Christie'?


Secretary of the Dept of Transportation

Posted on: 2016/11/9 10:43
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Re: Pop icon David Bowie larger than life in Jersey City mural
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Wait -- I just came up with the best idea ever:

someone should do a mural of a Monopoly board but with names of places in Jersey City

Posted on: 2016/10/27 11:05
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Re: Plumber?
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owlie wrote:
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CCoon wrote:
Beware Carmine Aumenta. He tried to rip me off after Hurricane Sandy even through I was a paying customer for years before. He also bragged to others working on my building that he was overcharging due to the situation. This man is a snake.


There are laws which prevent contractors from gouging during a natural disaster. He should have been reported.


ditto on Carmine Aumenta is a snake

Posted on: 2016/10/21 14:14
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Re: Mathew's food & drink
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bodhipooh wrote:
What's the difference?

Ultimately, the point (which others in this thread back up) is that the place is not any more expensive that most other places in the neighborhood. Particularly given the quality of what you get in food and ambiance and overall experience.

As for the price of burgers, I think any decent burger (accompanied with fries) at a sit down restaurant in DTJC will set you back at least $10 - $15. That's just the going price point.


Wow, you confuse me. Sometimes you come across as intelligent, other times like this, it's like you're reading only what you want to think you read.

What's the difference between more expensive and most? I need to explain that? And then you qualify your argument with adding ambiance and overall experience?

After I show you that $14 is kinda expensive for a burger, you try to group that $14 with the $10 burgers which is 40% more?!?

The guy only asked if the food prices were reasonable. This is a guy who was looking for a 2BR < $1600

Give up man.


Look up what a mansplainer is- I bet anything that Bodipooh is a dude simply going by the bizarre need to give lengthy condescending opinions for every inane question someone asks on this board.


sounds like a word someone made up to prevent men from voicing opinions.

Posted on: 2016/10/18 13:10
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Re: Mathew's food & drink
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Mao wrote:
These are the same folks from White Star, are they not?


Yes. The owner's name is Mateusz (Mat) so not sure where the name Matthews comes from.


Mateusz
Matthews

You're really not sure where the name came from?


If your name is Mateusz
It's not spelled Matthew's

Pretty simple.


The restaurant isn't spelled Matthew's either

Posted on: 2016/10/18 12:20
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Re: Economic violence in JC ?
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RichMauro wrote:
I'd define economic violence as a disregard for others in the name of profit for oneself.



I'd define economic violence as something you made up to feel smart.

Posted on: 2016/9/29 10:48
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Re: Small Ignorant and Intolerant Minds Masquerading as Enlightened
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So, Rich, are the postings about FREE High Holiday services on 9/6, 9/9 and 9/15 acceptable to you? Clearly the poster (who apparently keeps adding details to keep the thread alive) only exists on JC list to push their religious services. What's that about?

Posted on: 2016/9/18 22:46
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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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Who else but a hipster doofus calls it "American Football" when we're in America?

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tern wrote:
So your complaint has changed from there being no places to watch American Football, to there being no places meeting your precise requirements at which to watch.

In addition to all the places previously listed, there is:
White Star (2 of them)
Hamilton Inn
Ninth and Coles
Keyhole
Healy's
Greene Hook
Light Horse
Markers
Chile's
Park and Ninth
Lisbon Two

As someone mentioned upthread, how many places can you name where you *can't* watch Giants games?

Robin.



Posted on: 2016/8/8 11:15
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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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OneSkirt wrote:

I'm pretty disgusted with what's happening in dtjc, as someone who's been here for 20 years.


"who's been [in DTJC]" or "who was in DTJC but isn't anymore"?


Posted on: 2016/8/8 11:01
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Re: Tender Shoot Farm Closing
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Damn. I like that place. I'll say P&K Fruit (Food?) Market on Newark/Bay is pretty good and not far.

Does anyone have any thoughts on what should or shouldn't replace it?

Posted on: 2016/7/1 12:23
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