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Van service for 6 passengers/ 10 suitcases. Any advice?
#1
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Hello,

Anybody know a company that transports a group of 6 people and lots of suitcases from Jersey City to Manhattan. I don't think an SUV would be large enough to hold the passengers and the suitcases. I think we need a large van. I'd rather shy away from limo service.

Thank you

Posted on: 6/15 10:04
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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As I imagined, this is a very sensitive topic. I will leave you all with this. It should be up to the parents. We should have be forced to vaccinate. Every child is different, and more testing/research needs to be done to study the long term effects as well as the combining of vaccines during a given doctor's visit.

1) Please don't go comparing ingesting to injecting. When ingesting aluminum and/or chlorine, your gut has an opportunity to fed off the toxins. When injecting, your body has no chance of fighting the toxins.

2) Glyphosate- You are what you eat AND you are what you eat eats. In order other words, one of the ingredients in some vaccines is cow tissue. If the cows are eating the very grains that are being fertilized by Monsanto's Round Up, then guess what. It's in the cow tissue, and thus in the vaccine.

3) Thimerosal is still in vaccines as "trace amounts". That's a fact. You may not see them listed because the percentage is below a certain level but it's there. And again, any amount of toxins going straight into the bloodstream is troubling. Why not demand big Pharma spend a little money investigating ingestable vaccines?

Listen, doctors used to say a cigarette a day is good for the body. It's helps you relax. Blah, blah, blah. It took decades for the truth to come out about the negative consequences of smoking because the Tobacco industry used its money to influence Government. Vaccines is another big money business. A lot is at stake for these Pharma companies. I don't expect them to roll over. But I am willing to do the digging to make the best decisions for my family.

Hey your kids are vaccinated. Good for you. You guys have nothing to fear. Load your kids up with these vaccines. They will be protected. No need to worry by my kid and my parenting skills.

Listen, kids are sicker than ever. Cancer in kids is at all time high levels. Learning disorders are on the rise. Autism is spiking, especially among boys. The data doesn't lie. Something is going on. I have a hutch why. And it's shame that greed is getting in the middle.






Posted on: 4/18 13:56
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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1) In 1987, Congress made it impossible to sue the Pharma companies related to vaccine injuries. That's when Pharma realized that they could make huge profits from vaccines because there is no longer any downside risk from costly lawsuits. As a result, the number of vaccines kids receive today has gone from 16 shots thru age 18 to 67 shots thru age 18 from 1987 to 2017. Coincidence? I think not.

2) In addition, vaccines are not subjected to the same testing/scrutiny as medicine. They do not have use double placebo testing and the length of time to get a vaccine to the market is a lot shorter. As a result, vaccines require less R&D expense and thus another reason why vaccines are very profitable to pharma companies

3) Two wrongs don't make a right. In life, that's true. In science, that's true. Do you know the ingredients in a typical vaccine? Most vaccines contain aluminum, thimerosal (aka mercury) and glyphosate (aka the carcinogetic toxin found in Monsanto's Round Up). These are toxins folks and it is being injected straight into the blood stream. There is a possibility of it getting into the brain and cause a lot of havoc. And don't get me started about "trace amounts". It's going straight into the blood stream. Your body has no defense to that.

4) 75 cents of each vaccine administered goes into a vaccine trust fund. When someone is harmed by a vaccine, they go to vaccine court. Thus far, $3.6 billion has been paid out. The MMR can contribute to causing Autism. The effects are even more magnified in baby boys (especially african american). If a parent gives their baby, baby tylenol after the MMR to fight the fever, the Acetaminophen, the toxins in vaccine along with the baby's testosterone magnify the effects and increase the chances of speech delay, auto immune disorders and autism.

5) Peditricians main money maker is vaccines. Big pharmas pay out big bonuses to doctors who follow their vaccine schedules. Without vaccines, it is very difficult for peditricians to be profitable. The peditricians don't have your interest in check. There is a clear conflict of interest.

6) Big pharmas and CDC are not indepedent. Employees of the CDC routinely get lucrative job offers from Big Pharma companies such as Merck to join their team. CDC is essentially a marketing vehicle to promote vaccines so that the Big pharmas sell as many vaccines as possible.

7) The CDC cherry picks scientific data to suit their needs to make vaccines effective. What does "effective" even mean? It just means that the body has to produce anti-bodies when the vaccine is administered. The anti-bodies don't even have to prevent the flu/measles/mumps from happening. The very definition of "effective" is a joke.

8) All vaccines are tested independently. There have been no studies that research if two or three vaccines are given at once. There has been no tests if a flu vaccine and a hepitasis vaccine are given at the same time. Are there any synergistic effects? We don't know because no study has been conducted. Why? Because they know that the greater amount of toxins administered at one time, the greater the chances of bad results happening so why go there. Sometimes 3 to 4 vaccines are administered at one time. It doesn't make sense. No one falls victim to two diseases at one time. The combination of these vaccines are probably confusing the immune system and only bad outcomes can result.

You can scare me all you want. I agree that some vaccines are fine. But there are way too many and given way too close together and way too early in life. The truth doesn't come out because it is being suppressed by the very people who are supposed to protect your baby. There is no replacement for good nutrition. Your body is meant to fight off these diseases. If you are healthy and develop a strong immune system, you should not be afraid.

These vaccines can cause irrepairable damage to your precious child. It is irreversible. Your kid may never have a normal life, and your life will never be normal again.

I've done the risk reward analysis. Don't take your doctor's word. Don't take the CDC's word. Research the ingredients in your vaccine. They are hard to find. Ask you peditrician, what's in the vaccine? He probably does not even know. That's a problem.

Search the internet for the truth. When you hear the other side of the story, you may change your mind.

I have just tipped the ice berg on the facts. There is a ton more proof out there.

Posted on: 4/18 10:56
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Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
#4
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Hello,

The more I research and learn about vaccines, the more I am disturbed by the whole process.

I would like to find a doctor for my baby who understands my concerns and does not push/pressure us to get them for our baby.

Any leads would be appreciated.

Thanks.


Posted on: 4/17 17:32
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Re: Bus Pass?
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I don't know how much a one zone costs but if you use the light rail and the bus, it is better to just buy a 2 zone. It is $72 per month. That can be bought at any light rail kiosk.


Posted on: 2012/12/6 15:21
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Re: Bus Pass?
#6
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For most convenient place to buy the monthly pass tickets are the light rail kiosks. If you buy a 2 zone or more, you are also allowed to ride the light rail unlimitedly for that month. Pretty good deal.

Posted on: 2012/12/6 13:47
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Re: Safe area for young female
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Paulus Hook, Newport Pavonia, Hamilton Park, Van Vorst Park, Liberty Harbor (basically anywhere in downtown JC - Newport, Grove or Exchange street stops are all pretty safe).

Posted on: 2011/8/22 11:47
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Re: The Beacon
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Let's all settle down here. Sunday is judgement day. Let's see what happens. Let's see if 1BRs go for $170JK or $340K. We'll soon find out what people think about the Beacon. Money talks, and BS walks.

Posted on: 2009/6/25 13:49
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Re: New Mexican Food Cart Downtown
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Where is this cart? Yesterday, I was at the Gove st. PATH entrance by Dunkin Donuts and all I saw was fruit and vegetable stands. Nothing against nutrional foods, but I wanted some fast food mexican and could not find it.

Posted on: 2009/6/2 9:31
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Re: Can You Recommend A Travel Agency?
#10
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Hello,

Triple A. You can even do it over the phone and they have the most honest and knowlegeable staff. wwww.aaa.com. Membership fee is very small plus you get free roadside service and a ton of discounts on hotels, restaurants, movies and amusement parks. If you have a car, it is more than worth it.

Posted on: 2009/1/19 11:07
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Re: VERIZON FIOS
#11
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Hello,

Does anyone know the contact rep for Verizon Fios for the downtown Jersey City area? A name or phone number would be greatly appreciated.

Posted on: 2008/12/8 16:24
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Re: Charcoal Barbeque Permitted at Van Horst Park?
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What about Liberty state park? I believe that they have grills nailed down for public use in that park? Can someone explain how that park can have grilling but VVP does not?

Posted on: 2008/6/29 21:43
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Re: shoe repair recommendations
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The place on Groove near the PAth train is very good. My wife had a pair of boots re-soled on the bottom and a new zipper installed. The boots look brand new now.

Posted on: 2008/3/4 16:24
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Re: NY Times - When Does a Housing Slump Become a Bust?
#14
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Thanks for keeping it real wibbit. I see ads on craigslist and laugh. i have seen some of the same condos on the site for 6 months with the same asking price. The supply side is very stubborn right now. Like you said, you just have to wait it out. Prices are only going to fall.

Posted on: 2008/1/20 19:29
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Re: DMV Question
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I just wanted to thank everyone for their help. I went to the Bayonne DMV and it was so quick and easy. I got my new, NJ license and transfered title of a car that I bought from a NY resident and got my NJ license plates. The Bayonne DMV is efficient, organized and very knowledgeable.

I also went to Central Ave and got myself the $15 zone permit. That was easy as well.

Since I was doing this car stuff, I also went for the NJ inspection, but I did not pass. I think I have a slight problem related to a gas cap.

Was wondering if anyone knows a good, reliable mechanic that specializes in repairing cars that did not pass NJ inspections.

Posted on: 2007/12/12 21:28
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NJ Motor Vehicle registration, license, inspection
#16
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Hello,

I am buying a car from a friend in Brooklyn. The car has NY plates. I live in JC. I want to register the car and get NJ license plates. Do I need to bring the car down to the DMV or can I just bring the Bill of sale, proof of residence and ID?

Is the DMV also where I apply for a parking permit or is that a different office?

Thanks for your help.

Posted on: 2007/12/11 9:46

Edited by Webmaster on 2010/3/9 15:10:56
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Re: Car registration question
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Thanks for all the tips.

This looks like a very time consuming task but I guess it is doable.

Does everyone agree that I should get a NJ Driver's license first before buying the care or should I use my NYC Driver's license to buy the car. Or maybe it does not matter?

Posted on: 2007/11/19 16:39
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Car registration question
#18
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Hello,

I just moved from NYC to Jersey City. I also want to buy a car to have in JC. My friend in Brooklyn is selling his used car and I was interested in finding out how to proceed.

1) I know I need to get my NYC driver's switched to New Jersey.

I also know that I have to buy/apply for a parking permit for my zone.

I also know that I have to get car insurance before I buy the car.

If anyone can help me, figure out how to do this that would be great.

Can I go to the DMV and get this all done in one shot?

Anybody know an affordable car insurance company that covers downtown JC?

Anybody know what information I need to prove my residence in JC.

Thanks for any help you can provide me.

Posted on: 2007/11/19 14:04
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Re: JC Real Estate Market Recent Activity
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There is one with a some sort of affordable mortgage plan. Google Harbor Lights Condominiums. It is a new project that will be built south of WALDO lofts. I don't think the developer is very ethical though. Watch out for that. But the units sounds very affordable.

Posted on: 2007/9/26 12:18
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Liberty Harbor North Party last night
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Does anybody know anything about the Liberty Harbor North Party last night? I was riding my bike and noticed taht there was a dj, dinner buffet, and cocktails in one of the new developed lots at LHN. Did not know if it was open to the public or not. Anybody go or know about it?

Posted on: 2007/9/21 11:05
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Re: Urgent:Renting in Newport Exchange place
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There are a ton of choices. Look on the other side of NewPort Mall. There are a ton of deals there. The walk to the PATH is only 10 mins and the mall doors are open 24/7.
The Roosevelt is a good choice. By Grove, there are two new bldgs. Grove Point even has an outdoor pool. It is 2K. 50 Columbus is also a new bldg. You would be the first to live in them.

Posted on: 2007/8/31 9:45
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Re: 2nd Street Construction-Infront of Mandalay Apartments
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It's called Hudson Exchange by the Fisher Group. They built Liberty Terrace. It is supposed to be one of the best bldgs for views. It will be condo. Probably around 800 per sq foot. It will be pricey but it is the last waterfront bldg in JC.

Posted on: 2007/8/29 23:52
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