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Re: Five Guys in JC
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agreed, 5 guys is pretty damn good, good burgers/dogs and they give a ton of fries on the side...

Posted on: 2009/7/30 18:05
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Re: Anyone ride MTB's?
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i always wanted to check out diablo (vids are sick)... i would be down to check it out, let me know if you get some other heads in on it...

Posted on: 2009/7/6 21:25
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Re: Parked car totaled in hit and run
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mdev - sorry to hear about your car...

same thing happened to my car last year, hit and run (my car was parked) on bay street between grove and erie... cost just over $10,000 in repairs... my neighbors saw the car that hit mine and took down their license plate number... the cop had it in the report, but didn't charge the car with any violations, so i actually had to go and file charges myself... i've been going to court since, trying to get the girls insurance company to pay for the damages - more importantly the deductible that i had to shell out...

there's a police precinct up the block on the corner of erie that should have had the car on tape... but similar situation as yours, they wouldn't even spend the time pulling/reviewing the tape, unless someone was seriously injured...

Posted on: 2009/6/15 17:09
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Re: Taxis at Grove
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+1 on Budget... My fiance and I used them last week - separate trips and we had no issues. Cars were okay, she had an SUV and I had a town car, service was good though.

Posted on: 2009/4/24 17:30
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Re: Taxis at Grove
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jc_dweller/saabconv - thnx for the info!

Posted on: 2009/4/13 21:41
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Re: Taxis at Grove
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does anyone know how much those cabs charge for a ride to the Newark airport?

Posted on: 2009/4/13 19:18
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Re: Public School--the store
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i stopped in a couple of weeks ago, thinking it was the clothing brand Public School - which is a higher end brand, but it wasn't... either way, the people who run the shop were chill and friendly...

Posted on: 2009/3/26 0:50
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Re: Top 10 Beer lists: In anticipation of Zeppelin Hall (beer garden)
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Quote:

garbygarbs wrote:
Ryanone and Mendezie - I definitely agree with Ommegang three philosophers. Great pick!


Yup, definitely a good beer, even better that they sell it right around the corner from me... pint version at the liquor store on grove street (between Newark and Bay St.) - east side of grove st... one of the better liquor stores w/ a good selection of beer - IMO... imported and microbrews...

Posted on: 2009/2/24 17:47
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Re: Top 10 Beer lists: In anticipation of Zeppelin Hall (beer garden)
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- Three Philosophers Belgian Style Blend (Quadrupel)
- Samichlaus Lager
- Brooklyn Local 1 or 2
- Six Point Express
- list goes on... most of which are microbreweries...

Posted on: 2009/2/24 1:10
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Re: Jersey City Graffiti artist KAWS on CBS Sunday Morning today
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props to kaws... he's been around for awhile... good to see him getting press for his skills and creativity... you can see his old graff art throughout jc... around dickinson and on marin/bay st at the old gas station...

Posted on: 2009/2/8 18:23
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Re: A tax-free reimbursement of $240 per year - just for riding your bike to work?
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Not being able to ride into the city direct from JC... sucks!!!

Posted on: 2009/1/5 3:38
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Re: De La Hoya vs Pacquiao Fight - where to watch?
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very surprising fight last night... congrats to pacquiao...

Posted on: 2008/12/7 17:40
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Re: [Grove and Bay Street] Parked car - hit and run
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plspaco, thanks for your reply, all your comments are valid...

agreed, it is a risk for parking in the street, but to take off like the driver did, imo - that's a bit slimey... but, there are slimey people in this world... there was more than one witness and the plate matched up with the make and model, and the address of a JC resident...

if sh!t hits the fan... there is a camera on the side of the precinct on Erie that faces the street... i've been trying to verify whether or not the tapes are archived and if they can be pulled... but i doubt the tapes would be pulled for this type of accident, but who knows...

Posted on: 2008/11/16 20:22
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Re: [Grove and Bay Street] Parked car - hit and run
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agreed, any PD should have a good filing system in order to keep track of records sufficiently...

just a quick update, sorry to bore everyone w/ this incident, but I still can't believe how things aren't done correctly... so, i pick up a copy of my police report this week and notice that there weren't any tickets issued on the report... i call of the PD, get transferred around to different apartments in order to confirm that no tickets were issued... it's stated clearly on the police report that the 2nd driver (the driver that hit my car) fled the scene of the accident... you would think that she would be charged with a hit and run or leaving the scene of an accident, since it is clearly written on the report... but no, i had to go to JC Municipal court on Summit in order to file a complaint... you would figure the officer would've issued the report...

the lady i spoke to at the court was even surprised that the officer didn't issue a ticket...

Posted on: 2008/11/16 18:29
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Re: Graffiti - Downtown
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i believe the first piece on the left is 'RATH' and the second piece is 'BARE'...

Posted on: 2008/11/12 17:49
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Re: [Grove and Bay Street] Parked car - hit and run
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wow, what nerve to charge for a 'copy'... it's interesting though because while i was talking to the police officer when he was filling out the police report, I asked him if I can get a copy... he mentioned that I would have to call in during the work week to get a copy... granted, the police report has to be filled out manually by the officer... you would think that the report would work like a receipt, 1. copy for the merchant/business (in this case for the police dept.) 2. another copy for the customer (in this case the one who files the police report)... all they would have to do is tear off the copy underneath the original... geezzz... ridiculous...

Posted on: 2008/11/10 21:03
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Re: [Grove and Bay Street] Parked car - hit and run
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all, thanks for the feedback, it is greatly appreciated...

Quote:

jillianp wrote:
Also, you have to pay for the damn thing...


Are you referring to the police report, are you serious?

Posted on: 2008/11/10 20:04
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Re: [Grove and Bay Street] Parked car - hit and run
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indeed it is, already spent about an hour on the phone w/ my insurance company... they were able to match the license plate to the make/model of the car... i'm trying to push the JCPD on the driver information to see if I can verify if they have insurance... called JCPD today and was notified that it takes about 3-5 business days to process the police reports (I filed the report on Saturday)... lmao... I thought the lady was joking, but unfortunately she was serious... was told to call back on Thursday...

Posted on: 2008/11/10 18:50
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Re: [Grove and Bay Street] Parked car - hit and run
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Brooklynboy, thanks for the reply... luckily one of our neighbors was able to jot down the license plate number... i'm going to call the precinct first thing tomorrow to follow up and see if they were able to pull any info...

Posted on: 2008/11/10 1:04
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[Grove and Bay Street] Parked car - hit and run
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So, yesterday around 11:30AM, my car was hit while parked on the street (Bay Street between Grove and Erie (south side of the block, right on the side of the parking lot for la conga and la conguita)). Nobody was hurt (not that I know of, maybe the driver of the car that hit ours), but basically someone driving down the street crashed into the right back end of the car, so the bumper and brake light/turn signal assemble pretty much tore off. Our car got pushed into the car parked in front of ours, but no real damage to theirs. The car that hit our car drove off, but luckily our neighbors saw what happen and took down the license plate and description of the car. I was at the gym at the time, but when my fiance got home one of our neighbors was waiting for us and notified us about what happened. Our insurance adjuster should be coming to asset the damage early this week. What a great start to the weekend ;)

Why would one drive off? Maybe they panicked or maybe they didn't have insurance, argh...

Please be on a look out for a white Honda Accord with front end damage, supposedly was a female driver, I may post the license plate. Filled out a police report with the officer that arrived (about 10-15 minutes after the call was made).

Posted on: 2008/11/9 16:52
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Re: Gang Initiation Tonight...Is this real?
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supposedly the drive by shootings in newark last week or so were part of a gang initiation but officials stated they weren't...

http://www.nj.com/newark/index.ssf/20 ... two_arrested_in_newa.html

Posted on: 2008/10/30 21:48
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Re: Path Alerts
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just got the PATH Alerts for the suspended service for Hoboken to WTC/33rd St... supposedly a car's wheels came off, and it's stuck on the tracks, there were no reported injuries based upon the news report... gotta love public transportation... ;) just in time for rush hour...

the PATH gotta have some balls, if they decide to raise fare any time soon...

Posted on: 2008/7/9 23:02
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Re: What Jersey City Restaurant Do You Miss the Most?
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odd fellows on montgomery... used to be where o'connels is now... was a fan of their crab cake po boy... but thats me ;)

i believe they have another location in hoboken... but always like avoiding that trip...

Posted on: 2008/6/9 17:57
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Re: New WTC Path exit
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i was there around 8:45 this morning and the new exit is complete horse sh!t... horrible planning... i stepped out of the exit, looked right to head up to church and it was backed up right to the exit doors... i had to walk out another block to make another right onto church to avoid the disaster...

Posted on: 2008/4/14 21:01
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Re: The Embankment Restaurant
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I had dinner at the Embankment over the weekend... well... i prefer Merchant ;)

Posted on: 2008/3/10 22:40
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Re: Who here really, really hates Comcast?
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Comcast sucks, but what can you do - since DSL depends on the area/demographics... sucks even more if your an Insight Customer transferring over to Comcast -

http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Co ... mers-With-Rate-Hike-92387

they even pay people to fill in seats at FCC meetings... (bastards)

http://www.digitaljournal.com/article ... Paid_People_to_Fill_Seats

hopefully, upgrading to DOCSIS 3.0 will ease the pain ;)

Posted on: 2008/3/6 2:36
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Re: Folding bicycles
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heights - sounds like you could ride in a blizzard w/ your gear ;)

Posted on: 2008/3/5 21:16
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Re: Folding bicycles
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there's always a track bike/fixed gear ;) less moving parts, in turn, less maintenance... and very light depending on components used...

however, this would depend on ones riding skills and physical stamina...

Posted on: 2008/3/4 3:38
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Re: can the success of downtown jersey city be measured by the number of sneaker boutiques?
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i do take my sneaker style seriously ;) but i don't think the success of a sneaker boutique will increase the success of JC... it would take more than that, higher boutiques in general as well as a good selection of bars, restaurants, lounges, etc... it seems that JC is on the move towards that and has been so for the past few years...

you also have to keep in mind that these sneaker boutiques can cause an increase in crime... the more people who rock high end sneakers, more towards the $250+ side, can cause jealousy to thugs who roam around JC and can rob you for those sneakers in a heart beat...

Posted on: 2008/3/3 19:44
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Re: This City Needs an Indie Movie Theater
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just watch the IFC on cable...

Posted on: 2008/2/26 22:48
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