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Re: Dunkin' Donuts safe is robbed of more than $1,000, police say
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IM JUST GOING TO ASSUME HE WAS BLACK SINCE YOU NEVER GIVE THE COLOR OF THEIR SKIN!!

Fair enough, I will just assume you are an uneducated, racist. Happy New Year!


Is it racist to play the odds?


What!?! Who are you to question Pink Journalism?

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Re: Goldman Sachs on Jersey City waterfront 'tense' after negative remarks by departing executive
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None of this is new info, though..


It is an official publication released last week by the Dallas Branch of the Federal Reserve, and the language is beyond damning for a banking institution of its caliber...

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Perhaps, just perhaps, cracks are forming in the glass ceiling

Posted on: 2012/3/21 23:27
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Re: Goldman Sachs on Jersey City waterfront 'tense' after negative remarks by departing executive
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Oops...maybe there was good reason to be "tense" after all?

Could it be the jig is up?!?

Dallas FED...Choosing the Road to Prosperity: Why We Must End Too Big to Fail--Now

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TBTF: A Perversion of Capitalism An unfortunate side effect of the government’s massive aid to TBTF banks has been an erosion of faith in American capitalism.

Ordinary workers and consumers who might usually thank capitalism for their higher living standards have seen a perverse side of the system, where they see that normal rules of markets don’t apply to the rich, powerful and well-connected.

Here are some ways TBTF has violated basic tenets of a capitalist system:

Capitalism requires the freedom to succeed and the freedom to fail. Hard work and good decisions should be rewarded. Perhaps more important, bad decisions should lead to failure—openly and publicly. Economist Allan Meltzer put it this way: “Capitalism without failure is like religion without sin.”

Capitalism requires government to enforce the rule of law. This requires maintaining a level playing field. The privatization of profits and socialization of losses is completely unacceptable. TBTF undermines equal treatment, reinforcing the perception of a system tilted in favor of the rich and powerful.

Capitalism requires businesses and individuals be held accountable for the consequences of their actions. Accountability is a key ingredient for maintaining public faith in the economic system.

The perception—and the reality—is that virtually nobody has been punished or held accountable for their roles in the financial crisis. The idea that some institutions are TBTF inexorably erodes the foundations of our market-based system of capitalism.


OOooohhhH Boy! Things are about to get interesting

Posted on: 2012/3/21 12:00
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Re: Woman's screams foil carjacking attempt, say Jersey City police
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Armed street crime in Newport...there goes the neighborhood!

Posted on: 2012/3/20 20:39
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Re: Are you looking for these cats?
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Probably another wonderful example of Joisey's best that adopted them as kittens, did a half-baked job raising them, finally dumping the unlucky pair on the streets when they/it got bored and/or had to relocate...

Seen it dozens and dozens of times over, tired of cleaning up after other peoples' shortcomings - How can some be so heartless

Posted on: 2012/3/19 19:36
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Re: 6 are charged in Jersey City crystal meth probe, authorities say
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Posted on: 2012/3/19 15:03
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Re: HC politicians call Gov. Christie's claim that county is out to "help themselves" outrage
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“Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything.” - Joseph Stalin

Posted on: 2012/3/19 15:00
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Re: Goldman Sachs on Jersey City waterfront 'tense' after negative remarks by departing executive
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Re: Goldman Sachs on Jersey City waterfront 'tense' after negative remarks by departing executive
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I'll just leave this here:



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Posted on: 2012/3/18 16:24
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Re: Goldman Sachs on Jersey City waterfront 'tense' after negative remarks by departing executive
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All my life I wanted to be a gangster - Henry Hill

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Posted on: 2012/3/17 17:49
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Re: A Cat in Every Home Adoption Campaign Launched
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Here's directions, for those of us that don't know where Grace Church is:

Google Map

Grace Church website

Adopt a friend!

Posted on: 2012/1/22 12:25
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Re: What is it with the Restaurants in Newport?
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I dont think this has anything to do with downtown but the applebees on 440 has fake plants with dust on them,go look at the dust plants,that should tell you a lot about chain restaurants,its the little things that count plus the waiter there was wasted on coke,I know when someone is on coke,its easy to tell.It makes me irritable when someone around me is on coke.yup corporate america brings you dusty plants and coked up waiters ,Im not even going into the weak watered down drinks...also can you water down beer? I think they did


Walter?

Posted on: 2012/1/15 13:21
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Re: Medical bills from 1+ year ago
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I'm sure they can make you pay after a year. The alternative is that it goes through collections and you will have nasty people calling you all of the time and it goes on your credit rating.

If I were you, call the doctor's office and see if they can knock down the pricing. Also call your insurance company to make sure that you actually do owe the balance.


You left out the part about lawsuits, lawyers and judges

Posted on: 2012/1/15 13:19
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Re: What is it with the Restaurants in Newport?
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That's exactly why I ask for a glass washed in the dishwasher v. a glass rinsed by the bartender and pronounced clean when I decide to burn some ducats @ J.C. watering holes...

What's actually amazing to me is that I don't hear about more cases of food poisoning

Then again, how many times have you known people that said they had the stomach flu, a few hours after they went out to some for some food & booze recreation

Posted on: 2012/1/15 13:15
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Re: What is it with the Restaurants in Newport?
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Actually, Newport's mall food court is what it is, and if that works for you, great.

Even a pub like Dorian's is what it is, and the pub food/service there is actually better than most, and the facility is second-to-none in the bar & grill business...

I am talking about going to restaurant in a "decent" area, that given the "right" personnel, could be a fantastic experience for the customer, except in this case you have ethnic "bistros" where either the customer is looked upon as an easy mark (to run up a ridiculous bar tab); or a potential sugar daddy/angel investor (dude, that bar tender is flirting you up); or a cheap schmuck (Not dressed to impress, or perhaps you're not one of the beautiful people, good luck).

And that's not even mentioning the BFF cronyism/nepotism that runs rampant at these places, or staff walking around like zombies watching the "game" and hoping they win the pool...

And for the love of god, don't look in the kitchen, you may not be able to hold down that yummy rice dish you just ingested

After several years watching the freak show, I guess I'm just realizing how pathetically inept the owners/management are to let this sad joke continue, but hey even a place with that had South City Grill's potential couldn't overcome their subpar staff and management problems.

Perhaps Newport's restaurants really are just an upgraded/over-rated Food Court, with plates instead of styrofoam containers, dirty glasses instead of cups, servers instead of counter staff and bars that cater overpriced hooch to losers that don't know any better

Posted on: 2012/1/15 11:08
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What is it with the Restaurants in Newport?
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Charging Manhattan prices? for Suburban quality fare, and bar tenders with attitudes like they're doing you a favor when they ask for your order

The only "decent" restaurant is Bertucci's, which is a chain, but par for Newport the service is just short of insulting!

/Rant Off

Posted on: 2012/1/14 20:04
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Re: Someone cutting off cat's tails on 3rd St.
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It's a well known fact that serial murderers/rapist almost always start out torturing/murdering animals.

Anyone that would in any way defend this, is probably some sort of monster themselves...

The JCPD needs to be involved in this, immediately!

Posted on: 2011/12/10 0:21
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Re: Serial killer: Body of Jersey City Craigslist "Escort" not found near Jones Beach
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Au contraire, I'm not the one that "watched a two hour show on this last night."

Not a big fan of the "If it bleeds it leads" meme...

Posted on: 2011/12/7 11:24
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Re: Bear hunt opponents rally today at NJ Statehouse in Trenton
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I don't hunt in NJ but I do in NY and I have taken bears before. There meat is tasty, my family and I use every bit of meat, so to say that it is not used is incorrect.


Explains a lot...

Posted on: 2011/12/6 23:06
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Re: Bear hunt opponents rally today at NJ Statehouse in Trenton
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...its not so great when that bear population comes in contact with human beings...


that's not a too-many-bears problem. that's a too-goddam-many-people problem.


Oops...too late!

Posted on: 2011/12/6 23:05
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Re: Serial killer: Body of Jersey City Craigslist "Escort" not found near Jones Beach
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I watched a two hour show on this last night.


What did you learn?

Were you entertained?


Posted on: 2011/12/6 22:47
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Re: New York Times: At Least the Agents Are Sold
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Until everything in the tri-state outside of Manhattan goes feral (2013?) and all bets are off!

There will be -0- chance of keeping the free crap army in check without Bloomberg's Private Army

Good luck selling (out) to the nouveau riche orientals before they figure out which way this grift is tilted...

Posted on: 2011/12/4 1:01
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Re: Packages Being Stolen on 7th Street
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Posted on: 2011/11/11 16:50
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Re: Heights man who pleaded guilty in 2003 playground shooting and more -- is back in jail.
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WTF is wrong with our judicial system?


Convicted '70s Calif. killer: Don't send me to NY

A convicted serial killer sentenced to death in five grisly stranglings in California is fighting to avoid being brought to New York to face new charges in two 1970s murders here, saying he needs to work on his appeal more than New York authorities need to prosecute him. Rodney Alcala says he needs to stay on California's Death Row to work on his appeal — especially because he represented himself in a sometimes surreal southern California trial last year.

Initially arrested in California in 1979!, he was found guilty twice in one of the California killings and had both verdicts overturned before his latest conviction last year. It came after a trial where prosecutors depicted him as a killer with a habit of sexually abusing and torturing his victims.

Alcala, now 68!, was convicted of strangling four women and a 12-year-old girl in California. He raped one victim with a claw-toothed hammer and posed several victims nude in sexual positions after their deaths, prosecutors said.

In 1980 Alcala was tried, convicted, and sentenced to death for Samsoe's murder, but his conviction was overturned by the California Supreme Court because jurors had been improperly informed of his prior sex crimes!

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Posted on: 2011/11/11 14:56
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Re: Packages Being Stolen on 7th Street
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If your valuables are accessable, thieves will extract what value they are able to enhance their lives

Seems to be status quo, from the top to the bottom...

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Posted on: 2011/11/11 14:33
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Re: PSA - Beware of skunks!
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ladybert wrote: so yeah, they're here.


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Posted on: 2011/11/11 13:55
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Re: Heights man who pleaded guilty in 2003 playground shooting and more -- is back in jail.
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WTF is wrong with our judicial system?


People voting for skittle crapping unicorns?

Nah, couldn't be that...

In Chris Rock's vernacular; Kumbaya you mothas!

Posted on: 2011/11/10 12:08
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Re: Dumped cat , taken off the streets, now not wanted.
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mrasg1 & I will transport Coles to Tom's River tomorrow, no need for someone else to get involved.

Thanks...


Posted on: 2011/11/6 19:28
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Re: Dumped cat , taken off the streets, now not wanted.
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Michelle, check your PM for contact info

Posted on: 2011/11/6 16:12
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Re: Dumped cat , taken off the streets, now not wanted.
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Never mind I just saw the video and he is obviously not feral, in fact he seems like a sweetie. We would love for Cole to stay with us. please email asap it is getting very chilly out and we dont want him getting any sicker.


Yep, leave it to one of the Liberty "Humane" people to jump in and declare a socialized, vacinated, friendly kitty as feral

Maybe Mama Obvious missed the part where the title said "Re: Dumped cat...

As an independent cat rescuer/friend, that has personally saved 37 cats since I moved to the NY Tri-State region in 1996, and countless others in Kali before that, I can tell you that these "professional" cat shelters are no friends to cats.

The minute that people start earning a living "saving" animals, they are suspect IMHO.

When I was involved with the largest no-kill cat rescue/adoption non-profit in NYC, I helped one of the principals save HUNDREDS of kittens from death at the ASPCA *FACT*

And since I moved to JC in 2003, I've heard from countless members of the rescue community that Liberty Humane (based on the ASPCA model) is actually worse...

Please, if you have the room, love and space in your heart, please foster -or- adopt Coles...he's a fantastic little person!

I am 100% positive he would make a welcome addition to ANY family

The OP and I are already full up with rescues (we're both 1 cat past our maximum), and we don't even have room to foster.

The streets of JC are no place for a people friendly kitty...

Please, be kind!

Posted on: 2011/11/6 1:59
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