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Re: new band in JC looking to book local shows
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The only other place in JC I can think of is The Corkscrew on Congress St in The Heights.

Good Luck!

Posted on: 2011/1/19 21:49
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Re: new band in JC looking to book local shows
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Try this guy. He's got tons of booking opps at small clubs in the city.

Michael McHugh [newcenturybooking@yahoo.com]

Posted on: 2011/1/19 21:21
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Re: NJ Teachers Union gone wild
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Yeah, can we destroy the middle class once and for all!! I'm so sick and tired of these whiners bitching about the high cost of medical care, housing, schooling, etc etc etc... Enough! Get out of my America! Yer parasites! Take yer Social Security and shove it! You know, you never hear the rich moaning about how expensive it is to live the American Dream!

The bottomline is this: we need to make life much more comfortable for the rich. Don't you know what it's like to have to finance and maintain 5 houses??!! We must cut their taxes further. We must bail them out when they make bad business decisions. We must allow them greater influence on Capitol Hill so their can protect their monopolies and cartels while shutting down their competitors and giving consumers less choices. Who needs to waste time and money competing when you have Congress in yer pocket!!?? For the rich, it is their God-given right to amass as much wealth as possible through all necessary means. Grift is Good!

This is American Capitalism. Deal with it middle-class whiners!

Posted on: 2010/11/11 22:04
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Re: 50-pound bass in Hudson River near the George Washington Bridge
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That's an appetizer for the phat phuck Gov. El Gordo

Posted on: 2010/10/26 23:11
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Re: Woman Robbed at Knifepoint on Mercer St.
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As long as you have those bloody housing projects close to downtown, muggings and robberies will not drop off despite downtown becoming more populated and prosperous. These scumbags don\'t have to travel far to find their victims and to retreat back quickly to their crack dens.

Posted on: 2010/10/20 21:12
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Re: Christie Cancelling Trans Hudson ARC tunnel
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Looks like Republicans could care less about CREATING JOBS!!!

Posted on: 2010/10/7 22:12
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Re: Jersey City cop pulled gun when caught girlfriend in a parked car with another man
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anyone surprised??

Posted on: 2010/5/3 4:36
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Re: Downtown: Man stabbed and robbed on First and Brunswick going to bar
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The Beer Garden is about family, not frat boys. Stop making up stuff, moron

Posted on: 2010/4/10 7:01
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Re: does anyone know anything about the building called The Wave?
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It took 3 years to complete the building. From what I can tell, the builders didn't skimp. I was impressed with their use of large steel beams for the skeleton. They clearly want the building to be around for a long, long time.

I say that because that secton of Newark Ave is not the best place to live given the heavy traffic. The road narrows there near Monmouth -- and if you live along there, the vibrations from passing trucks and buses slaming into potholes. etcs, can be quite jarring.

Posted on: 2010/3/16 20:41
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Re: Holy flooding Batman....
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Got 6 inches in our basement on Brunswick. Basin tub is filling up with sewage.

Posted on: 2010/3/14 3:53
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Re: Downtown: Man stabbed and robbed on First and Brunswick going to bar
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Lamp Post is on 2nd Street.

It's time to shut down these discriminatory drug-dealing hubs in the neighborhood: Indios Place, Latin Lounge and Barge Inn.

You listening Mayor McDrunky?

Posted on: 2010/3/8 19:23
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Re: Gov. Christie Forcing NJTransit Service Cuts, Fare Hikes
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Repug Governor El Gordo sticks it to the middle-class! Remember, Repugs are the ENEMIES of the middle-class - have been and always will. Just a bunch of phuckintg corporate socialists! I can't believe working men and women would actually vote for these sociopaths. It's akin to roaches voting for Raid.

Posted on: 2010/3/8 19:17
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Re: HEALY SITTING TIGHT: Not accused, he says, after 100 person demo targeting mayor, Vega, Lopez
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The notoriously corrupt Chinese find kindered spirit ...

Wang Yang, a Communist Party secretary of China?s Guangdong province, commenting on a recent spate of high-level corruption cases there, ?pointed to the recent arrest of several mayors in New Jersey to argue that ?even mature economies like the U.S. are not immune from corruption.?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/07 ... fends-new-j_n_246866.html

Posted on: 2009/7/30 17:25
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Re: Downtown: Crooks in 'JCPD' Shirts, Hats with an Uzi -take $11G of Payroll from Sky High Construction
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Go one, Sam.

So yer telling us -- the hapless innocents -- that when we find ourselves confronted by one of JC's finest we can question the cop and demand to examine his badge, id, whatever if we think the cop is a phony?

Sounds like an invitation to get one's ass kicked or to get charged with resisting arrest.

And guess what? I've seen it happen several times.

This city, except for the fire department, is run by fools. Every bloody agency, department, whatever, is out for itself.

Damn the citizenry should be JC's motto.

Posted on: 2009/5/27 0:21
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Re: Stimulus to mean $$ for jobs and infrastructure - Healy wants to repair sewers, roads and more.
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Hey mayor, finish paving Brunswick! And thanks for the jack-hammers at 7 in the morning and that large taxpayer-financed road sign promoting you. Btw, you took up 2 parking spaces on Brunswick to make room for yer sign. Nice one.

Posted on: 2009/4/16 14:16
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Re: Commuting to lower Manhattan by bike
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Get a folding bike. You can bring it on the PATH during rush-hour. The ferries allow bikes.


http://www.dahon.com/

Posted on: 2009/3/16 15:26
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Re: 1 family, 4.6 million
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I remember reading an article -- I think in the NY Times -- a few years back that she paid around $600,000 for the blding ... Nice profit ...

Posted on: 2009/3/13 18:30
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Re: Elderly Female Tuxedo Cat Up For Adoption
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Hey, thanks for the info. I'm gonna give Nancy a call.

Posted on: 2009/2/25 18:16
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Elderly Female Tuxedo Cat Up For Adoption
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I'm looking for an individual or family who would be willing to adopt ``Bailey." She was abandoned by my ex more than a year ago. Unfortunately I have another younger cat that attacks her and steals her food - among other issues. It's not a good situation, as one could imagine. Bailey I estimate is around 20 years old. She's not frail or feeble; she can dart around, especially when the other cat chases her. She spends most of her time sleeping on a pillow in the bedroom. She can be affectionate and vocal at times but is easily spooked. If interested, please shoot me an email. I will throw in $200 as compensation. Please, no snarky or nasty comments. Thanks.

Posted on: 2009/2/25 17:07
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Re: Question on Safety of Brunswick Btwn 2/3rd
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I have lived on Brunswick near 3rd for 7 years. I can say the neighborhood has improved since then in terms of safety and appearance. I can't get over how many galleries have popped up. I've had no problems walking around late at night and several women I know who live in the area also have never been fearful at night. But that's not to say that the scumbags don't show up every now and then. Last year, teen thugs attacked an older man with a brick between 2nd and 3rd, smashing his face. This past summer I witnessed right in front of my building a severe beating a gang of 10 teens dished out on another teen. Interestingly, these crimes were committed in broad daylight.

Nevertheless, I have always felt the neighboor to be safe; it's the old Italian hood. I'd say the dangerous places downtown are around Monmouth, Coles, Erie, and Wayne. The problem is that Brunswick serves as the pathway between Newark Ave and the projects on the other side of Columbus Ave.

And if yer thinking of buying ... beware. The older row houses on Brunswick, like many in JC, were built on the cheap and atop swampland (infill). Basement flooding is frequent. Check out the foundations; some are settling. And the inground vibartions caused by the trucks and buses on Newark Ave. are weakening the buildings as well. Spend a few days in an apartment near Newark. You'll get the picture.

Good luck

Posted on: 2009/1/29 17:57
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Re: Webster Ave Murder Yesterday - Mother of 3
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Hey Fat Asshole, why don't you keep your highly insensitive snarky comments about this mother's tragic death to yourself, u freaking ghoul.

Posted on: 2008/8/13 21:42
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Re: Praise from Peter Mocco for 'mobster' who later copped plea
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Punk Mocco should be thrown in jail along with all of his loser mobster buddies ... and only the truly stupid would ever think of buying into Liberty Harbor. Think about it: a mobed-up construction company builds a massive development on top of land heavily contaminated with chromium and other toxins. Not only will you end up with a poorly made row house or condo, you'll probably end up with lung cancer, too!

Posted on: 2008/8/6 21:42
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Re: September start for Powerhouse District's first condos -- Developers "remain bullish" on Downtown
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Why should so-called `artists' get subsizied or set-aside housing? If you choose to go into a profession that keeps you impoverished, well, that's yer fault. Christ, anyone can claim to be an artist these days. Just look at most of today's art - IT SUCKS!

Posted on: 2008/8/1 22:39
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Re: Is being ignorant a requirement to work for the JC Parking Authority?
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welcome to the 3rd World ...

I can't image anyone buying property - let alone spending a half mill for some 500-sq-ft 1 bedroom - in this sh*thole of a city.

Posted on: 2008/7/25 17:35
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Re: Keeping Grove St. PATH clean!
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Jersey City DOES have trash cans -- the SEWERS.

Posted on: 2008/7/18 17:24
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Re: Folding bicycles
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Just bought a Dahon Speed 7 and I love it! It's no doubt made for smooth road surfaces -- so the likes of Newark Ave gives you a bit of bumpy ride. Other than that, I have no trouble making up the hill to Journal Square or gathering up a nice head of steam on a flat, well-paved straightaway.

Posted on: 2008/6/25 15:52
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Re: Newport, Waterfont, Downtown: Man Falls From Balcony In Jersey City --"Possibly pushed off."
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yeah, injcsince81, don't mourn their sad deaths -- just make fun of them! It figures you've been living in JC since 1981. You must be brain-damaged.

Posted on: 2008/5/2 22:00
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Re: Trenton...the next Next Hoboken or Jersey City?
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It's ridiculous to call Trenton the next Hoboken ... but give Trenton a break. It is not one big ghetto. I lived there for 2 years in the Chambersburg section 1995-97 when I worked at the Statehouse, and I loved it. Trenton has a thriving jazz scene (Try Joe's Mill Hill Saloon) and some of the best Italian restaurants/eateries, among others, in the Northeast. Little by little, Trenton, which got its arse kicked during the riots/white flight of the 60's, is coming back to life. In fact my good friend is very bullish on Trenton. A few years ago he purchased a rundown 3-story row house and garage near the renovated Broad Street Bank building. After months of rehab, he turned the property around. The garage now houses his recording studio which doubles as a sort-of social club where Trentonians of all stripes get together to hear or play music - and party.

http://microjazz.com

Posted on: 2008/4/25 17:06
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Re: The Cliffs - great new rental complex
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It's gonna be a traffic nightmare ... that road and lightrail intersection is already jammed up during work hours. Why the hell did they (powers-that-be) allow this project so freaking close to an already overly narrow road that's a major link between the Heights and Hoboken/JC?

Posted on: 2008/3/19 22:51
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Re: Savas - Polish Cafeteria Opens on Grove Street
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Thanks!

Posted on: 2008/2/11 21:05
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