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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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Once you enter politics it's not "discrimination". Trump is an ignorant person and happens to be a public figure. He chose this, so he's fair game.

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I guess if "President" is a sexual orientation or an ethnicity you would have a case. But it's not. So you don't. What a surprise that you lack even a basic understanding of the issue you're arguing about.


I looked up what is protected. Trump is older than Obama when elected, so he has age, his ethnic origin is different than Obama, there is also a class for physical or mental disability. Trump cannot control himself from attacking people. Trump has a case, he is being discriminated against from liberal Dems.

Posted on: 1/11 21:47
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Re: Jersey City to settle firefighter's gender bias lawsuit for $50K
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This is discriminatory:
"denying them training opportunities"

This is bullshit: it's 2017, no? if we're going to fight for equality then this is nonsense.

failing to keep male firefighters from walking around firehouses wearing bathrobes or just their underwear; not providing areas in firehouses for women to dress privately; and more.

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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: 1/7 0:50
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Re: Secaucus Boy Kicked Out of Scouts Because He's Transgender (Petition)
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Absolutely Pathetic.

But, entertaining! Question : Did you vote for Trump?

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zsa, maybe linking to the AMA, or a noted psychology group rather than advocacy groups would better serve your purpose.


What's the point? Like Yvonne is going to read anything that doesn't support her point of view, and anyway it's all about WHAT HAPPENED TO TOLERANCE because you know, religion? (Which is hilarious, yes Yvonne, what did happen to tolerance, hmmm? Let us know if you find where you misplaced yours.)

And if someone is interested in learning more, feel free to google other places to find out more, and post it here for others.


So you are saying I must believe the garbage you believe if not I am not tolerance. You are another gullible person. This child who I feel sorry for will never father a child and be a man as men are created. So why lie to the child?Today in Dear Abby, a parent is dressing her son as a girl because the 2 year old child likes shining clothes. Who is the parent? It appears the 2 and 8 year old are dictating terms to their parents. There is a difference between tolerance and gullible.
There were many gullible people that followed Jim Jones over to Guyana and they died.
Let me give you the same advice, if you are robbed, please remember your money belongs to the robber because he/she feels that way. Then apologized for holding on to their money after all your money belongs to someone else. Nothing is based on logic only feelings.

Posted on: 1/7 0:42
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The US of A has always been great, his version is the Nazi flavor

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Uday and Qusay will seal Daddy's fate. They seem determined to flout the law and get Daddy impeached. These guys believed all the wild conspiracies about Hillary and thus are doing things they think are normal "hey we're in charge" bullshit. Just look at Ivanka's father-in-law. These guys are birds of a feather. It ain't just the Dems who want them ALL out of there. The Republicans already have the long knives ready. It's gonna be fun to watch!!


You liberals have really lost your minds. It hasn't taught you anything that you've been dead wrong about every political prediction you've made over the past 18 months?

I suppose if you need to cling to ever changing fantasies about how Trump won't last, feel free. I heard the views can be nice at the looney bin. The rest of us will be hard at work Making America Great Again!

Posted on: 12/23 21:47
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Re: Best place to purchase filets for grilling?
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If they're 3" thick you can get the outside to be really charred and crispy, but the inside will be red, medium-rare and really soft and tender. If you like it that way.

I think that's really the best way for porterhouse or ribeye.

Posted on: 12/22 0:19
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Re: Fastest and least costly way to get from JFK to EWR?
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Just out of curiosity - why are you transferring from JFK to EWR? is it because a flight segment is much cheaper going that route?

Posted on: 12/22 0:08
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Re: Good physicians / opthalmologist
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I go to Associated Eye Physicians & Surgeons on 724 Jersey Avenue, Dr. Kirk Tchorbajian - he's awesome.

Posted on: 12/22 0:04
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Re: *AVOID - A&M Auto Repair on 6th St. - AVOID*
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you should post your review in Yelp - a lot of people look there:

https://www.yelp.com/biz/a-and-m-auto-repair-shop-jersey-city-2

Posted on: 12/21 11:39
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Re: Best place to purchase filets for grilling?
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If you really want to get top quality beef, go to H-Mart:

321 Broad Ave, Ridgefield, NJ 07657

They have the best marbled beef anywhere, any cut. That Maloney stuff doesn't even come close. It's close to Kobe or Wagyu quality

Posted on: 12/17 23:57
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Re: White Manna
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I studied at NYU in the early 80s and knew some of the students that were cooking those and paper acid

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AlexC wrote:

tripping on purple microdots,


Knee Gah what u know bout that ?


Posted on: 12/15 11:38
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Re: White Manna
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I've been there back in the 80s usually around 3 or 4am when we were all completely smashed and tripping on purple microdots, so if the service was unpleasant, it was probably a plus.

The fights in the parking lot were a sight to see, and the hookers!

Posted on: 12/14 22:15
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Re: Dolma Restaurant
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Order the Octopus appetizer and the Lamb chops - best in Chilltown.

Oh and bring lots of booze - BYO

Posted on: 12/14 22:08
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Pedestrian hit on corner of Manila and 9th
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Just happened about 15 min ago, my wife, who was looking out the window saw this small black sedan turning right onto Manila hit a lady attempting to cross towards the mall.

She went on top of the hood then fell on the sidewalk. Driver stopped and we called 911. First responders arrived in about 4 min, 2 cop cars, 2 ambulances and a fire truck.

I hope it's not serious, she's now inside the ambulance, able to sit and converse but holding her left hip.

This corner is crazy - someone is going to be seriously hurt here, what with all of those crazy drivers with road rage.

Posted on: 12/13 17:35
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Re: No Water in Hamilton Park
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yes on 9th/Manila, very low on the 3rd floor, but not bad on the lower floors

Posted on: 12/12 22:14
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Posted on: 12/12 20:23
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Clinton lost because 5 million Democratic voters did not come out as they did for Obama. The DNC failed their constituents. It's time to dump them

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stillinjc wrote:
Why did Clinton lose?

A) Fake news
B) Russian hackers
C) White supremacists
D) Possible irregularities in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania
E) Archaic electoral system
F) All of the above

Posted on: 12/11 20:16
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Hey my Bro, it's payback time - the last 8 years of Republican obstructionism against Obama, the Fox News attacks, Trumps questioning his citizenship?

We'll spend the next 4 years returning the favor, it'll be fun!

Ahahahahahahahah

I was actually relieved, cause I don't have to hear your whining in the years to come! You get to hear ours!

And it's gonna be good - because Trump is an easy parody

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Hamparkvet wrote:
Now you supporters can get in line with the Donald as one of Putin's little bitches. You should be very proud that you helped a foreign government gain a foothold in the White House. While you were being distracted by Muslims and Mexicans an Oligarchy was being arranged. Suckers.



https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/n ... fb&utm_term=.8dd12750f5b9


Alt-left in meltdown over Trump open to a better relationship with Russia. Alt-left then goes ballistic when he plays hardball with the other commies in China. Go figure.

Posted on: 12/11 20:00
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Re: Tractor trailer crashes into gazebo in Hamilton Park
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still, even though he drove slowly, there might be someone who got run over?

can we make this political, like every stupid thread in JCList?

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caj11 wrote:
Looks like the truck was more badly damaged than the gazebo. Maybe the guy had issues with his employer and that's why he did it on purpose.

Posted on: 12/10 0:02
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Re: Fulop: despite Trump, Jersey City remains 'welcoming' to immigrants
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If everyone loses their religion tomorrow, we wouldn't be arguing about really stupid shit like this.

Try it for a week. It may enlighten you.

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I am so glad I made your day, Who else could I be. Although I would shorten the name, it is too much to type.



Never before has my screen name been under attack than now.


It must have been difficult for the officials to place that name on your birth certificate.

Posted on: 12/10 0:00
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Re: 25-year tax break on tap for new Downtown Jersey City tower
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where do you live, bro?

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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 23:53
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Re: Man-Baby Our New President
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It's a class war - the incoming administration is going to benefit those who make over $464k (like your beloved Chris Christie). I hope you guys are over that level.

You guys who make less than that - you are fcuk'ed!

Hahahahahahahahahahaha - LOL 2x

http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/ ... 62#cmpid=nsltr_strybutton

Posted on: 12/9 23:45
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Re: Trump Our New President
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The main reason manufacturing jobs are gone is because of technology and automation. Now it takes one person to oversee an army of mechanized robotic machines to perform complex, repetitive and dangerous tasks that workers used to do. Be thankful companies are outsourcing the dangerous work to other countries.

Example: toll takers in the Parkway and the Turnpike. That work should've been extinct 10 years ago.

You can' t compete? Then maybe you are the ones who should leave the country. Being a natural born citizen shouldn't afford you shit.




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JCMan8 wrote:
I'd love this but am not expecting it because the media would use it as "proof" of some failure, rather than correcting the record.

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TheBigGuy wrote:
WTTF... The guy is not even president yet and he saves 1000 jobs.... according to news reports, the current guy in the Oval office, wrote off the company move.

What I really hope is that Trumps new Labor Sec will start reporting the real unemployment / job statistics.


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has scumbag started taking credit for jobs still being created ubder obama?

as far as carrier, what is happening with the other 1,000 jobs?

Posted on: 12/2 22:32
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Tell me how funny this is:

Pence Signed a Law Requiring Burial or Cremation for Aborted Fetuses:

The sweeping abortion bill that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence signed into law in March gained national attention for prohibiting women from electing to have an abortion due to the race, gender, or disability of the fetus. But the bill contained another unusual provision: It required that aborted fetuses receive what amounts to a funeral.

http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2 ... -funerals-aborted-fetuses

Ahahahahahahaha . What? Holy Sh*t

Ahahahahah

Posted on: 12/1 23:24
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Re: Trump Our New President
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You guys won! Nothing to worry about no? Why so defensive?

I love this! "immature hysterical temper tantrum"

Clinton Lost - don't worry about it bro, its all good.

Make it funny, we'll appreciate humor.

Hahahahahahah!


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JCMan8 wrote:
Looks like the immature hysterical temper tantrum extends to the very top of the Democratic hierarchy. This is hilarious. Prepare to keep losing for years to come!

Shouting match erupts between Clinton and Trump aides

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politic ... ml?utm_term=.224d2bcb7482

Posted on: 12/1 23:21
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Hey Big Guy,

Yes I actually know who he is
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hiroo_Onoda

And you know what? I was living in the Philippines when he surrendered. I experienced Martial Law in a Military Dictatorship under Marcos, who was fully supported by the USA, so maybe you can see the humor in this situation.


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Now AC.... don't be so humble, you haven't had a coherent response to much of this thread. I assume that you are too young to remember (hence you foolish socialist utopian comments) what happened in the Philippines 35 years after the end of WWII.

Some Japanese soldiers held out and refused to surrender after Japan surrendered and they hid out in the mountains continuing to support a failed and defeated Rising Sun ideology.

You remind of those crazies, but I appreciate your tenacity and never give up attitude but you OCD resistance to the fact that the President will not be Hillary Clinton is concerning... but it is part of a mass hysteria sweeping the country.

So much so... I have a Greyhound bus ticket at the Port Authority that you can claim for a free ride to Michigan. As I understand it HRC is asking for volunteers to hand count ballots to keep her dream alive.

Seems like the perfect place for all the lunatic left to make their final stand in the service of the worst presidential candidate ever. It will probably take 8 months... but you will be a in safe space with plenty of meds available.

Don't forget to check-in on JCList to let us know how you and OWS friends are doing. Michigan is especially nice in the winter time.

Keep Hope Alive!



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Big Guy's totally delusional fantasy about alt-reality

Dream on Bro, this is awesome - you make this board very entertaining.

Ahahahahahahahahah

Posted on: 12/1 21:28
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Re: Trump Our New President
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United Technologies (Carrier's owner) just played Trump and Pence

AAahahahahahahahahaha

In exchange for allowing United Technologies to continue to offshore more than 1,000 jobs, Trump will reportedly give the company tax and regulatory favors that the corporation has sought. Just a short few months ago, Trump was pledging to force United Technologies to “pay a damn tax.” He was insisting on very steep tariffs for companies like Carrier that left the United States and wanted to sell their foreign-made products back in the United States. Instead of a damn tax, the company will be rewarded with a damn tax cut. Wow! How’s that for standing up to corporate greed? How’s that for punishing corporations that shut down in the United States and move abroad?

In essence, United Technologies took Trump hostage and won. And that should send a shock wave of fear through all workers across the country.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteve ... p/?utm_term=.50f02d546f97

Posted on: 12/1 21:23
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Big Guy's totally delusional fantasy about alt-reality

Dream on Bro, this is awesome - you make this board very entertaining.

Ahahahahahahahahah

Posted on: 11/30 22:56
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Re: Any update on inspections for current round of re-evaluations?
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Sorry, the link doesn't work for me, can you send the URL?

Posted on: 11/30 22:53
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Re: Any update on inspections for current round of re-evaluations?
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Dan, you know me, I'm happy to pay my fair share of taxes, but if you are looking for tax inequality, it's going to be tough to get my sympathy.

In my block, property values has risen 500% in the last 20 years - do you expect us to pay 5x in property taxes? What is the formula?

I have neighbors who live on fixed income, they can't afford even a 10 or 20% rise in property taxes. They can sell, but this is their home - I can sell too, and become a renter and not have to worry about taxes.

Am I missing something?

Posted on: 11/30 22:24
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I see you like the Ahahahahahaha stuff, and yours is in CAPS, so it's BIGLY, Yuuuge!

I find it hilarious that you, Monroe and the JC Man guy has to defend everything said abut Trump

Thank You!

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TheBigGuy wrote:
Oh do you mean like the government creating phony "the green industry" and giving out federal loans to these companies that happened to be owned by big Obama donors.

Then they declare bankruptcy with big golden parachutes or sell their solar panel manufacturing jobs to China while taking interest free US taxpayer money?

Oh look... the Chinese manipulating another market... the exact issue ignored by democrats, one that President Trump will fix!

http://fortune.com/2016/09/14/china-solar-panel-production/

AAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHHAAH

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"Crony Capitalism" says an expert with the AEI, a conservative think tank

Claude Barfield, an expert on international trade at the American Enterprise Institute, said brokering aid packages with individual companies is far from a conservative approach.

“For market-based economists or analysts, this is really a version of crony capitalism, and it’s the kind of thing you really don’t want to get into or have government get into,” Barfield said. “This gets back to who … actually has the ear of the government. So you get the situation where decisions are not made in terms of their economic sense, but in terms of gaming the political system.”

http://www.politico.com/story/2016/11 ... al-contracts-trump-232021

Ahahahahahahahahahahahah!

Posted on: 11/30 22:16
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