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Re: chalk messages around downtown.
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EvilivE wrote:

if i go out there and start writing pro-trump slogans, you'll sooon see who all the snowflakes are...


Yes, those snowflakes... always getting worked up and offended over little things...

Posted on: 5/8 23:04
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Re: Yet another pit bull attack. Time for regulation of fighting dogs?
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Surprisingly, no one has commented on the 12-year-old 5th grader...


Because that's only a year off from the average age? You know nothing about the kid or their situation, creep.


I guess the sarcasm was lost in you... just a week ago there was a whole thread that derailed over the age of a kid mentioned in an article. And, btw, the average 5th grader is 10 years old.


And maybe you didn't pick up on my sarcasm...

No, I totally missed it. Giant whoosh right over my head.

Posted on: 5/3 20:39
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Re: Yet another pit bull attack. Time for regulation of fighting dogs?
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Surprisingly, no one has commented on the 12-year-old 5th grader...


Because that's only a year off from the average age? You know nothing about the kid or their situation, creep.

Posted on: 5/3 16:44
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Re: challenge to terrence mcdonald on earth day
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terrence, while you are not busy bashing president trump, or re-twitting singing dogs, count flying insects in any jc park.

we have cherry, oak, maple an other plants in full blossom, yet there are no insects to accompany at all. zilch.


Are you ok dude? You have a disconcerting obsession with a popular reporter. What are you doing?


according to you, kardashian sisters are more qualified then terrence mcdonald, then. apparently, they are.



What.

Posted on: 4/27 21:25
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Re: challenge to terrence mcdonald on earth day
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terrence, while you are not busy bashing president trump, or re-twitting singing dogs, count flying insects in any jc park.

we have cherry, oak, maple an other plants in full blossom, yet there are no insects to accompany at all. zilch.


Are you ok dude? You have a disconcerting obsession with a popular reporter. What are you doing?

Posted on: 4/24 21:40
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Re: Man Fatally Struck by Light Rail in JC
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psyop wrote:
Were you really a teacher?


Hopefully not an English teacher. Yikes.

Posted on: 4/23 21:05
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Re: Man Fatally Struck by Light Rail in JC
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You're so terrible at critical thinking but also so vocal that it's actually kind of fascinating. Are you actually Donald Trump?

Posted on: 4/23 1:03
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Re: Man Fatally Struck by Light Rail in JC
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psyop wrote:

For someone who constantly complains about spending either your motives are ingenuine or else you just don't understand reality.


It's Yvonne, which one do you think it is?

Posted on: 4/22 21:27
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Re: Man Fatally Struck by Light Rail in JC
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Yvonne wrote:
Yes, too bad no one listened. There has been many accidents all over JC with cars getting hit. Besides, it is difficult to jump in front of a train if it is elevated.


Those weren't accidents, they were due to driver negligence. How much more do you think an elevated train would have cost?

Posted on: 4/22 16:55
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Re: Man Fatally Struck by Light Rail in JC
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Can't believe nobody listened to Yvonne

As far as I can tell/remember, this is only the second person to be struck and killed by the light rail *since it opened*. The first one was ruled a suicide. This one appears to be an accident, or at least negligent on the unfortunte victim's behalf. This is an incredibly low rate, especially compared to car traffic in JC.

Posted on: 4/21 22:25
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Re: Hey Hipster Bikers (& Kids) - Wear Your Helmets!
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Yes kids, remember your ill-fitting foam hats or it is CERTAIN DEATH

Posted on: 4/17 13:27
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Re: BGT Enterprises bringing "peace & prosperity" by closing a business
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Tino wrote:
I walked past LL every night and rarely had any issues - especially since they did their large renovation a year or so ago - it was usually pretty quiet. I never actually went in there, but sad to see someone who invested in their business lose out and then be publicly shamed like that. Peace and prosperity followed by a year of construction noise to come? Come on BGT.

Now Indio's on the other hand... that place needs to clean the f up.


LOL... right, who could have possibly foreseen gentrification coming to that location!

Posted on: 4/10 19:44
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Re: BGT Enterprises bringing "peace & prosperity" by closing a business
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That's bullshit. Just because a bar was there first doesn't give its owners and patrons free range to violate noise ordinances, ignore parking laws, fight and scream in the streets, leave broken glass all over the block, and so on. Anybody who has lived on that street can you tell you what a nightmare it was. Anybody claiming racism is doing so because they don't have any valid arguments. I'm happy for my old block.


I lived on the block for five years and outside of cop cars on a handful of occasions, it wasn't particularly worse than any other bar. Lucky 7's , two blocks away, is just as loud and has more people standing outside of it and it doesn't get the flack that Latin Lounge got.


It should, I feel bad for the people on that corner too.

Posted on: 4/10 14:55
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Re: BGT Enterprises bringing "peace & prosperity" by closing a business
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As for the ongoing drama about the banner, well... it is well known in JC circles that lots of people had it in for Latin Lounge. People who *choose* to move next to a bar (or other commercial establishment) and then complain about the noise of said place get zero sympathy from me. The ones that take it a step further and actively seek to close the place are the worst, on my book.


That's bullshit. Just because a bar was there first doesn't give its owners and patrons free range to violate noise ordinances, ignore parking laws, fight and scream in the streets, leave broken glass all over the block, and so on. Anybody who has lived on that street can you tell you what a nightmare it was. Anybody claiming racism is doing so because they don't have any valid arguments. I'm happy for my old block.

Posted on: 4/10 13:40
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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Yvonne wrote:
One thing you missed RCResident, I never said to use public funds or public lands. I said the city could have done a fundraiser for them. There are so many negative things associated with inner youth in JC, St. Anthony was a positive thing. In the video on Showtime, you could see how much the youth loved their school. I am sorry it is not available for the next generation. Our youth needs direction and St. Anthony HS gave them that.


You are literally Jersey City's version of Donald Trump.

Posted on: 4/5 22:27
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Re: Gringos Taqueria - Coles Street
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It's only half a mile from the 8th street light rail station.

Posted on: 4/5 11:02
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Re: Commotion by Grove and Mercer Saturday Night
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... I came upon incident just as cops arrived. The group of teens, male and female, then took off on foot down Mercer. Appeared as if group had assaulted one individual.



Incidents like this that I've witnessed usually happen when the attacked individual (allegedly) messed with someone else's man/woman. Often baseball bats and/or bottles are used.


Fascinating bit of rampant speculation, thanks

Posted on: 4/2 23:29
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Re: Where to buy bulk garden soil
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There's Home Depot, or the local family-owned 14th Street Garden Center at 14th and Jersey:

https://www.14thstreetgardencenter.com/

Posted on: 3/31 21:54
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Re: Help regarding 28 Bright Street Construction
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Call a lawyer, duh.

Posted on: 3/27 23:49
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Re: Jersey City man charged with trying to stab resident during burglary (Downtown)
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Certain people are having a hard time coming to terms with the fact that the majority of crimes and terrorist attacks on US soil are committed by natural born citizens. It's sad.

Posted on: 3/20 13:38
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Re: ACME Monopoly Game
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TonyTwoPoops wrote:

I seriously wonder what inspires people to respond to threads in this manner. "I have nothing relevant to say because I don't shop there so instead I'm just going to give a rundown on where I do grocery shop for no apparent reason"


VIP syndrome? Trying to get their post count up?

I do shop at Acme, but I can't be bothered with the Monopoly game. I usually take the pieces though because I'm too polite / can't be bothered to explain.

Posted on: 3/9 20:51
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Re: ACME Monopoly Game
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MDM wrote:
Between Costco, internet orders, and patronizing some local places (Young's for veggies and Mahoney's for beef) I hardly buy anything in ACME (formerly A&P) these days. Same for the StopnShop in the Heights.


I hope more people stop by just to comment on whether or not they shop at Acme

Posted on: 3/9 14:57
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Re: Dogs need fences
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This is clearly and personal issue being publicized for maximum drama. If the dogs are damaging your fence, take the owner to small claims court.

Posted on: 3/2 12:37
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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Monroe wrote:
So the people were getting amped up over the 'Muslim registration list' that no one has, or would, suggest? Jeez, snowflakes, have some cocoa and calm down.


Can you explain why this isn't a Muslim ban?

Posted on: 1/30 23:35
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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Posted on: 1/30 23:05
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Re: Likelihood of Fulop Getting Reelected
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There have been a lot of high profile departures during his tenure and nothing has really changed in regards to the police or building departments, two major issues blocking Jersey City's progress as a (ahem) "world class city". JC Make It Yours and bankrolling Chicpea are just embarrassing. The parking authority dissolution has been a mild disaster. RCC is a propaganda tool. Who even knows how the JCMUA/JCIA is going. I'll take Chico as a barometer on that.

On the other hand, we have Healy's lawyer and a guy who I mostly know from this timeless article:

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... y_assemblyman_defend.html

who seems like an ok guy with the kind of funny, mostly harmless flaws we all have, and that's about all I can say about him. Is this the best we can get? (I ask that with all of the irony in the world during a Trump administration)

Posted on: 1/23 23:10
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Re: New CCTV cameras being installed in Jersey City
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Lots of special snowflakes in here who can't stand a little dissent! Sad.

Posted on: 1/20 16:33
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Re: Roberto Clemente Field Just Sold?
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TheBigGuy wrote:
Wow... 40 Story Building??? That baseball field will disappear. I am curious where the families that use that field will park.

It get pretty busy over there on weekends. Can't imagine what it will be like if that proposal goes through.


Where do they park now?

Posted on: 1/18 23:16
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Re: 25-year tax break on tap for new Downtown Jersey City tower
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and some people wonder how Donald Trump got elected....I am sick and tired of tax abatements in areas that do not need them. Maybe tulip needs to start looking for another job done he is not standing by his pledge to end stuff abatements

I'm sick of tax abatements myself, but I wonder what you think Donald Trump would do about this? On the business side, Trump would be eating up abatements like candy. On the government side, Trump would be doling them out like candy. If you doubt me, just look at the Carrier deal. He gave millions of dollars to a company that's moving a bunch of jobs to Mexico. Trump is exactly the problem that you're complaining about.

At least this abatement includes a new public school, so we're getting something out of it.


hero69 is right. This is why people voted for Trump: they're a bunch of idiots that don't know how the world works.

Posted on: 12/10 11:40
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Re: Controversy swirls around Jersey City synagogue
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JCGuys wrote:
There always seem to be a fine line between places of worship and community center. My solution you ask? Amend the zoning code so they're treated exactly the same. A small community center should be allowed anywhere a church is allowed and vice versa.

Don't shut it down. That's just salty.


Why is there a line at all? A nonprofit gathering place is just that, whether they worship Ganesh or basketball is immaterial.

These folks don't drive on the Sabbath, so they need a place in their neighborhood. Not accommodating that in some sensitive way will bring a shitstorm, there's storefront churches all over this town.


Not driving is a choice (dictated by their religion) just like it is also a choice where you reside. If having a place of worship close by is important, then it is incumbent upon each individual, or group of individuals, to make sure that where they are choosing to live can accommodate their needs, within the law. If the article is correct, the current zoning laws do not allow for a houses of worship on MLK. So, if the synagogue violates the law, why should it be allowed to continue operating as such? That's a slippery slope... what if someone opened a bar or club in a residential area? Should they be allowed to remain open because they already built it?


It's called applying for a variance, genius. Happens all the time.

Posted on: 12/2 21:56
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