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Re: Trump Our New President
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This is what I picture many "progressives" on this board to be like.

http://youtu.be/q2R2btO4MEo



How does an androgynous PUKE like that even make it thru life.

Hilarious to See The Weak Hillary Supporters Melt Down Like This


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Re: Trump Our New President
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Anyone notice the scowl on Michelle's face ?

#WTF ?


Posted on: Today 12:56
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Re: New CCTV cameras being installed in Jersey City
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Nice 1

High res digital modern cameras that will thwart crime in the problem areas or at least get clear images of the savages who commit them.

Next will be allowing stop and frisk policies to keep that area safe - keeping the decent folk who live there some sense of security.

All good in the Da Hood.....

#fornow

Posted on: Today 12:55
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Trump says he may find a job for Pig Face Gov. Christie
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Posted on: 1/17 19:12
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Re: St Peter's Prep Condos
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Possibly but the original now vacant schoolhouse with all the scaffolding around it would need to come down along with the very low rise cafeteria - very decent size plot in a prime area.


The athletic building has somthing very non kosher about it (straying from the proposed architectural diagrams) with a ton of floors going up above it with what look like apartment /condos - anyone got the skinny on this fat ?







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I think the rumor has always been they are going to build condos/apts above the cafeteria (ex church) building at Grand and Van Vorst across from the Fire House.

Posted on: 1/17 17:54
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Re: Vogue Cafe - new French cafe on York & Marin
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Taste is fantastic but the sticker shock is real and has set in for me.

They make an awesome brie and chicken sandwich on a small baquette that along with a coffee was around $20 eat in.

Next visit grabbed 2 ham and cheese croissants to go and I was hit with a $14 charge.

Maybe it's just geared for people who are willing to spend that much for something that generally costs less elsewhere.





Posted on: 1/17 15:08
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St Peter's Prep Condos
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http://spprep.org/node/1649

Anyone have purchase / price info on the condos being built above their new athletic center on Van Vorst ?





Posted on: 1/17 14:47
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Re: Mural Spotlight (David Bowie / Jersey City Wave)
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This is a rather impressive mural.


Bowie was LEGEND

(he jammed with Bing!)

Posted on: 1/13 21:56
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Re: Any recommendations for reupholstering of sofa cushions?
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J. Jammal Upholstery & Decor

(201) 659-3676

647 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306

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they are up by the JSQ end of Newark Ave

no idea what costs are but it's what they do

stay away from downtown prices

Posted on: 1/13 21:55
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Your Cashless Society
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Get ready for every transaction to leave a paper trail (or better yet incur interest).

Seems India was the whipping dog to experiment with this
not so distant future reality.


OUR NEW CASHLESS SOCIETY

Posted on: 1/12 22:25
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Re: Door to Door Organics - Anyone Try them Yet?
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Update on the Sour Diesel once it arrives.

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I just got a mailer from Door to Door Organics which promises all sorts of organic and natural goodness delivered weekly to my door. Anyone try it yet?

Use offer code HealthHappy to get 50% off and free delivery on your first Bitty produce box.

DoortoDoorOrganics.com

Posted on: 1/6 21:31
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Re: Jersey City to settle firefighter's gender bias lawsuit for $50K
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Any chick named Constance is a hoe.

Yet she made it (bumped up) to Capt. and is still freakin looking for some handouts.

she ain't earned jackshit on merit alone.



Posted on: 1/6 18:27
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Re: Steam Heat
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So what is the issue with your steam heat ?


these are very common in JC.


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It's time to bring in the pros. Does anyone out there have a good steam heat specialist. The yelps and the fix-stuff sites aren't offering enough info so..... why not ask the people. I can't be the only jclister with an old ass house with two pipe steam heat can I? Any responses appreciated.

Posted on: 1/4 21:32
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Re: There's a new approach for training Jersey City police recruits
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The approach is to lower the standards and recruit and push through morons who should never be police.

Posted on: 1/3 19:15
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Traffic Lights in JC Are All Out of Sync
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Might help the flow of traffic around the city if every other traffic light was somewhat in sync with each other.



Posted on: 1/3 19:14
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Re: Something wrong with paying for new developments we can't afford | Morgan
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Good Lord What A Racist Mutherfker !


These Jim Crow policies have excluded them from sharing in the benefits of these new developments -- and they are being segregated from the bounty their tax dollars helped produce.



Posted on: 1/3 12:38
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Re: Car stolen from front of my house on York St.
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It will be in a shipping container in Port of Elizabeth soon on the way to Nigeria.

Nice ride Fam.


Welcome to JC





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I'm still in shock to wake up with my black Acura MDX stolen (license UVP22K) which was parked in front of my home on York btw Jersey and Varick. I've heard of cars broken into but out right theft of the vehicle? Anyway, I know it's a long shot however if anyone sees the vehicle abandoned in your neighborhood, please let me or police know ASAP. Happy New Year!

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Re: Party Sub?
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bodhipooh wrote:
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iGreg wrote:
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cj_bells wrote:
Any recommendations on where I could order a 6-foot party sub in/around JC?


2nd Street Deli is delish

order early and doubt you'd get this for a New Years bash.


Whenever I have ordered sandwich trays, they have told me that all they need is prior day notice. On one occasion, I placed an order Friday afternoon for pickup the next day, and it was no problem at all.


Agreed, but not during New Years end as they do close early and often during holidays.


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Re: Party Sub?
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cj_bells wrote:
Any recommendations on where I could order a 6-foot party sub in/around JC?


2nd Street Deli is delish

order early and doubt you'd get this for a New Years bash.


Try the Nutella bombs they do as well.


Posted on: 12/28 10:55
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RIP George Michael
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Posted on: 12/25 19:59
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Re: Naloxone Now Available w/o Prescription at NJ Walgreens ($40/Dose)
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A lot of good and bad with this.

Junkies keeping it on hand so they don't die.

Junkies keeping it on hand to they can push the limits
of dying......


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Posted on: 12/22 18:17
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Re: Good physicians / opthalmologist
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Posted on: 12/21 16:54
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Re: Who is "Yvonne"? Please be respectful...
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I actually do visit the Confessional - was there last Tuesday and I hope you do the same. Also have a Merry Christmas and leave the judging to God.



Bet they could write a hot and steamy novel about all your sins.


I've actually gotten kicked out of a confessional booth on more than one occasion.

#666


Posted on: 12/18 11:26
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Re: Judge orders Fulop to hand over some emails, texts
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hero69 wrote:
Eventually, a man reaches a point where he is no longer soiling his clothes, his clothes are soiling him



Good Lord!


A poliical scat reference....


#depends

Posted on: 12/16 9:47
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Re: Complete Streets - Bike JC's Grand Street Vision
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*Reality Check, complete streets are away from DTJC.

Kennedy Blvd needs a bike lane.

CCD has a bike path already so whining about Grand Street is
superfluous.



Posted on: 12/14 23:22
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Re: White Manna
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AlexC wrote:

tripping on purple microdots,


Knee Gah what u know bout that ?


Posted on: 12/14 23:20
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Re: 25-year tax break on tap for new Downtown Jersey City tower
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The abatement could save the developers as much as $71 million over the course of 25 years.





Maybe DTJC really needs another big apt building.


Fuk development in Greenville, West Side Ave, Central Ave et al

Posted on: 12/9 21:15
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Re: Tractor trailer crashes into gazebo in Hamilton Park
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Scary this type of person is behind the wheel of such a heavy and dangerous vehicle.

Had to been high as a kite or drunk as a dog to pull a jack move like that.





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Stringer wrote:

Tractor trailer crashes into gazebo in Jersey City park

By Terrence T. McDonald | The Jersey Journal
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on December 09, 2016 at 12:35 AM, updated December 09, 2016 at 12:38 AM

A truck driver drove into Hamilton Park in Downtown Jersey City Thursday night, slamming into the park's gazebo and causing unknown damage.

Witnesses say the driver was headed south on Jersey Avenue, which ends at the park at Ninth Street, at about 10 p.m. Instead of turning onto Ninth Street, the driver continued straight into the park and plowed into the gazebo.

Read more:  http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... _in_jersey_city_park.html


Posted on: 12/9 8:44
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Re: Buy this beauty - and pray the reval never happens!
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DTJC will end up with tax levies that are double what they pay now.



As they well should.

Time to pay up

Posted on: 12/8 23:48
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Re: Battle against the "Bayonne Box" in The Heights
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JCGuys wrote:
At the minimum we can ask for flexibility. The current zoning allows these two unit boxes. It can be tweaked to allow 4 units with a more interesting design, like the R5 zoning did downtown. 4 units with a more interesting design is more profitable than a two unit Bayonne Box.


This is a the right direction, how to lever people without taking away their rights. If you allow more units if it conforms to some sort of aesthetic review, it's win win. We don't necessarily want to create what the conservators call "fake historic", but to create some guidelines to work within, like conform to the facade setback of the neighbors and have similar roofline. There's plenty of DT & Hoboken infill that has modern elements yet fits in to the streetscape.

Here's a question: Is the 4th st house below better or worse than a brickfaced BB for our streetscape? It wasn't cheap.

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Passed this house when being built and it's no way framed out or built on the same template the Bayonne Boxes are.

It is actually very modern looking and interesting. Sure as shit cost hella more than the 250k you can slap a Bayonne Box up for.

#coolstorybro

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