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Re: Am I wasting time fighitng this parking ticket?
#1
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Thank you guys for all the inputs.

I am inclined toward not fighting it. It's just not worth my time.

I checked Culver Avenue with streetview and found out that the sign I parked by is the ONLY sign without "residential parking only".

I was rushed to find a parking spot while talking to my passengers when it happend. I can see how I missed it.

HOWEVER, the sign is still misleading and, to be honest, it f'king pisses me off.

Fellow drivers, please be careful when you park in the area...

Best,

3rd

Posted on: 2012/4/4 18:03
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Re: Am I wasting time fighitng this parking ticket?
#2
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Thanks guys.
Sounds like I will be fighitng a losing battle. I guess I will suck it up and forget about it.

Taking a day off to appear to the court just doesn't seem worth it any more.

I guess I learned my lesson now.

3rd

Posted on: 2012/4/3 17:40
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Am I wasting time fighitng this parking ticket?
#3
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I parked my car on Culver st at 7PM right next to two parking signs, one said "No Parking from here to corner" and "No Parking from 1PM to 3PM Monday and Thursday".

It was Thursday night and where I parked was not in "no parking zone".

After an hour, I got a ticket and a boot. I was told it's a residential parking only zone.

Obviously, there was no sign that mentions about it.
But 20ft away from where I parked, there was a sign for residential parking zonr.

I feel that the ticket and boot were unreasonable with the signs were misleading and confusing.

I am planning to take this matter to the court, but am I wasting my time?

Is there anyone with similar experience?

Thanks!

Posted on: 2012/4/3 14:35
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Re: parking ticket: motor vehicle nuisance? huh?
#4
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Hi
Does anyone know how to find out court date to plea not guilty for parking ticket?

There is no information on ticket and When I called the listed number, I was on hold for more than hour and no one answers.

Any info?

Posted on: 2012/3/23 16:26
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Recycle/Trash electronics.
#5
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I need to toss my old PC and printer.
Are there any places where I can donate or recycle electronics?

They are not working and I don't think Salvation Army will take it.

Posted on: 2012/1/19 15:57
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Re: Jersey Shore coming to Jersey City?
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I smell PowerHouse Lounge.....

It will be douchier than ever.

Posted on: 2012/1/17 19:30
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Re: JC Post Office - Be Very Afraid
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OMG.
This is so true. Come to think of it, Every time I receive something "important looking" mail, corners were ripped open!

I received letters from Hudson County 2 days in a row and they were both ripped open!

This is disturbing.

Posted on: 2012/1/7 20:01
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Re: Jersey City ranked top 10 of most artistic cites in US.
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We don't even have a museum anymore for god sake.

Posted on: 2011/12/5 20:26
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Jersey City ranked top 10 of most artistic cites in US.
#9
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I like this city but this is laughable. I don't think they even set a foot when they did this research....

http://www.theatlanticcities.com/arts ... istic-cities-america/592/

Posted on: 2011/12/5 20:08
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Re: Ninth and Coles
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I frequent here because they have the friendliest staff and cheap beer and usually not very crowded. But their food is less than average.

I wish they do at least burgers well. They have all the fancy toppings but the burger is frozen pre-made (or at least it tastes like one). It's dry and too hard.

I really with best for them, but they HAVE to do better job to survive.

Posted on: 2011/11/10 16:16
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Re: Hey! It's Jersey City.
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I love this girl.
Cracks me up.

Posted on: 2010/1/19 20:42
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Re: ShopRite - the place where you feel safe!
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I had a little run-in with this lady at the shoprite this weekend.

She was blocking an entire shelf with her cart and herself, so I had to squeeze my way in to get what I want. My tote bag mildly hit her when I passed through.

She went "Excuse you!". I looked over her
Then she went
"Yeah. I am talking to you! You should excuse yourself when you run into someone!"

I said "Well then, you should excuse yourself where you park your cart".

She said "Uh-huh. You almost knocked me down! Excuse yourself F**kin' A**hole!!!"

I was so surprised how aggressive she was, so I just said "Have a nice day" and left, which she didn't enjoy at all.

The store is like 3rd country war zone.

Posted on: 2009/8/10 15:06
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OX gone? Another one bites the dust??
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I heard the rumor that OX is closed for good.

They said that they are on "vacation"..... I have seen this way too many times to believe it.
They closed for "renovation" and never open again..... etc.

The shady pizzeria where Sushi Tango was, they went on vacation and never returned. Oh well

Posted on: 2009/7/13 15:07
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Re: Forget Taqueria!
#14
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It bothers you because.....?

A. By posting sign in Spanish only, it excludes monolingual English speaking general public and giving the job to possibly illegal immigrant. And by doing so, they (Taqueria) are stealing precious job from legit American citizens.

B. The Spanish sign is intended to attract only the low-paying possibly illegal immigrant. They (Taqueria) are blood sucking evil entity to support modern day slavery.

C. You can't speak/read Spanish and you are simply annoyed by them expecting you to understand it.

Posted on: 2009/4/24 19:07
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Re: Taxis at Grove
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I used a cab from Hoboken Path to York st. They charged $20.

I knew it was a rip off but I was drunk as skunk, so I sucked up.

Posted on: 2009/4/13 16:51
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Re: Public School--the store
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I stop by the store the other day. It was a cool "street fashion" boutique.
It's not my cup of tea, but they had some T-shirts with awesome prints and fancy sneakers.

It's like skater/hip-hop/pop clothing shop.

Call me outdated, but I don't know when it became OK to spend $300 on pair of sneakers??

Posted on: 2009/3/23 13:54
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Farm Stand?
#17
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The summer is gone and so as Farmer's Market...

I am tired of buying sorry produce from Shoprites.

Are there any "Farm Stand" or some sort of markets run by local farmers near here?
I drive up to an hour to get fresh vegitables and fruits. Any tips?

Thanks in advance!

Posted on: 2008/11/7 13:01
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Re: Forget Taqueria!
#18
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Quote:

cigarcat wrote:
Aside from the guacamole which isn't "authentic Mexican cuisine" this sounds just like Taqueria. I believe your husband had the Cecina. Have you ever been to Taqueria, because the steak taco's you are describing sound a lot like theirs. Good Stuff. You can also get Jarritos (Mexican soda) at Taqueria. I guess if you want friendliness go to Bayonne, if want really tasty local mexican go to Taqueria. Whatever floats your boat. I like hookers and drugs, that's why I go to Newark.


Quote:

dad1964 wrote:
Tried El Aguila Dorado in Bayonne tonight.. the guacamole was delicious.. had the steak tacos.. which were different from any taco I've had before but were great.. lots of cilantro and onion.. my husband had the mexican style steak with rice and beans.. also great though it was very spicy.. washed it all down with two mexican sodas and the check was only $25.00..


El Aguila Dorado is much better in taste too. Not just the service. I don't ride/drive down their just for friedly service.

I walked by there last night around 8. It was packed. Good service alone doesn't bring that many enthusiastic customers.

Posted on: 2008/8/8 12:53
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Re: Best Jersey City Diners
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This is bit off the topic, but does anyone know anything about a place called "Red Door Diner (cafe?)"?

It's right by Communipaw and grand. Looks interesting....but didn't have guts go go in... I don't even know if they are still in business or not.

Posted on: 2008/8/7 15:04
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Re: Forget Taqueria!
#20
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Their quesadilla is big. It was like oversized tacos. It wasn't like flat pizza-like shape that I know quesadilla of...

I had a Pumpkin Flower quesadilla and they gave me over staffed three large ones. I couldn't finish them.

Posted on: 2008/7/31 4:59
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Re: El Aguila Dorada Restarant
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Woo-hoo!

I am so glad to know that thare are quite a few JClisters checked out and supported the restaurant already!!

I almost went back yesterday, but gave up since it started T-storming....

I suppose I drew more attnetion to this thread by using the word "Taqueria"... Hehehe

Posted on: 2008/7/28 13:30
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Re: Forget Taqueria!
#22
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Oh was it on 38th?
My apology...

So look for the school and QuickCheck. You won't miss it.

I heard that they have stuff not on the menu too....

Posted on: 2008/7/25 14:40
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Forget Taqueria!
#23
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Quite a regular


This is not about Jersey City, but I found this great Mexican joint in Bayonne.
It is a good news for those who hate the attitude and mediocre food from Taqueria but resort going there since there's no choice.

I don't remember the name of the restaurant but it's on on East 36 st on Broadway. Right across the street from QuickCheck.

The food was sooo good! It is more authentic than anything I have ever tried before. Their tortilla was big and nicely prepared, not like Taqueria's sorry doughy one. They make fresh guacamole cook to order.( I don't care how "not" authentic guac is, but I love my chips with guacamole!!). Portion was so generous. They serve free chips and salsa.... I can go on but I shouldn't. I let you guys be the judge. Oh but one last (and best) thing.They serve "Pumpkin Flower" quesadilla. Something I could only find in NY. PHENOMENAL!!


Service was very friendly, but not overly done. It's tiny place but nicely kept.

I was riding my bike to the bike shop down the street and accidentally found this joint. What a Gem!

It is a walk distance from Light Rail station. If you crave for a good Mexican food, it's worth a trip!

Posted on: 2008/7/25 13:19
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Re: Call for Artists
#24
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DATE?

Posted on: 2008/7/9 17:24
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Re: Good Mechanic/Body Shop
#25
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Village Auto on Newark + Brunswick. Best.

Posted on: 2008/6/20 14:20
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Re: Jersey City and Hiroshima (after the atomic bomb)
#26
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The stealth UPS man!!

So True!

I thought it was just me. They did it 2 days in a row....

My intercom comes to my cell phone. There was no way "I rung the bell, but no one answered"... Such a BS.

Posted on: 2008/6/9 17:45
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Re: Making new friends (with people in a certain age range)
#27
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Atushi

To be honest with you, I am kinda tired of reading 20 other threads you started, each in guise of different topics but you are only saying, "I am new here, please be my friend".

No Offense, as you meant no harm by telling us that JC looks like destroyed Hiroshima, but

JUST RELAX!

Move in, live a little. Find a bar or two to hang out.
If you find JC unlikable, make it likable. Do something. If not, just move back to where you are from.

I Love JC for its beauties and flaws, and I am trying to make it even better.

No one here is going to promise you that you would love living here, so grow up and just see it yourself.

Seriously, No Offense.

Posted on: 2008/6/9 13:11
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Re: Jersey City and Hiroshima (after the atomic bomb)
#28
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I don't know what Hiroshima looks like. It will be nice if you give a few examples of why you think those two cities resemble.

If you are being sarcastic and making a comparison between JC and Hiroshima right after when it's destroyed....I don't know what to say.

Posted on: 2008/6/6 13:08
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Re: Mysterious Wooden Thingy on Erie St....
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Thanks for all the info!
It is pretty impressive piece of work.

It's not a Gargoyle though, is it?

Posted on: 2008/6/6 12:45
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Re: Under Pulaski Skyway, connecting Newark and Jersey City, sits the Skyway Diner.
#30
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Is this the diner at the Truck Stop?

Posted on: 2008/6/4 20:21
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