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Re: 307 Barrow Street
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tommyc_37 wrote:
I wonder if the new building will fit in with the historic character of the neighborhood. The newish building on Barrow and Bright does NOT.


the historic nature of Barrow and Bright was blighted homes and ramshackle garages. i dont think a developer wanted to replicate that .

Posted on: 2008/5/14 20:03
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Re: May build adjunct City Hall next to the Med Center downtown on Jersey Avenue
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the current city hall will be turned into condos, right across from the great food at Ria's.

Posted on: 2008/5/14 19:52
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Re: Embankment Rabbits
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Well, that explains why last summer I saw a big fat bunny hopping blithely along in the alley way between All Ironworks on Coles and the embankment.

I was surprised at how healthy and animated he was and thought he might have been a pet that had recently escaped. escaped from someone's pen.

Does anyone know how to prepare fried rabbit?

1/3 c. flour
1/2 tsp. salt
1/8 tsp. black pepper
1/8 tsp. cayenne pepper
1 wild rabbit or 2 squirrels, cut up
vegetable oil
3 T. flour
1 1/2 c. milk or chicken broth
salt and pepper
brown bouquet sauce

In a lg. plastic food-storage bag, combine 1/3 c. flour, the salt, black pepper, and cayenne pepper. Shake to mix. Add rabbit/squirrel pieces and shake to coat.

In a lg. skillet, heat 1/4" of oil for rabbit, or 1/8" of oil for squirrel, over med-high heat until hot. Add coated meat. Brown on all sides. Reduce heat and cover tightly. Cook over very low heat until tender, 20-25 mins. for rabbit, 35-45 mins. for squirrel, turning pieces once. Remove cover, and cook 5 mins. longer to crisp.
Transfer meat to plate lined with paper towels. Set aside to keep warm.

Discard all but 3 T. oil. Over med. heat, stir flour into reserved oil. Blend in milk. Cook over med. heat, stirring constantly, until
thicken and bubbly. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add bouquet sauce if darker color is desired. Serve gravy with meat.


Now cut that out!

Posted on: 2008/4/1 22:19
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Re: An Open Letter to You, My PATH Nemesis
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metulj wrote:
Now if people just wouldn't clip their nails on the train....


those aren't people. those are animals.

Posted on: 2008/3/14 4:31
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Re: We need a downtown movie theater
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movie theatres are money losers - unless you have 17 screens and blcokbusters shown regularly, you cant make a profit. blame it on VHS. Netflix and streaming video.

Posted on: 2008/2/26 16:51
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Re: Jersey City - is there ongoing surge in Traffic tickets
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you can't have an "ongoing surge." It's either a surge or it is not. If it's ongoing, it's not a surge. It's the norm.

Posted on: 2008/2/21 5:26
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Re: ANIMAL CRUELTY AT THE HUDSON COUNTY SPCA -- at 480 Johnston Avenue, Jersey City
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the perps should be beaten with a shovel

Posted on: 2008/1/12 4:50
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Re: Jersey City schools may lose $111 million - property taxes will rise?
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dont look at me - i already pay 12k a year

Posted on: 2008/1/9 0:15
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Re: City plans to sell Downtown Newark Avenue building -- "The Jersey City Employment & Training office"
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City plans to sell Downtown building

City officials believe the property can fetch more than $4 million on the open market - in time, they hope, to help plug this fiscal year's budget gap, which ends June 30.


it'll probably be tax abated development too.

Posted on: 2007/12/27 0:23
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Re: 77 Hudson Crane
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what time was this?

Posted on: 2007/12/24 5:20
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Re: Signs Signs, everywhere there's Signs
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so there is a sign planted flat in the middle of the sidewalk near the City Hall awn on Montgovery Street. There is also one right in front of the stairs ofg City Hall (it reads City Hall just incase you were still confused about where you were). Both of these ill-placed signs have large neon orange barrels afixed to them to keep people from walking into them. it's a fukkin fiasco of city planning. Healy keeps bungling everything he approves. Idiots!

Posted on: 2007/12/21 21:35
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Re: Councilwoman Flood & her son flee Fox5's "Shame on you" TV reporter Arnold Diaz
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If he's making $30,000 at one job and $15,000 at another job then after taxes he should be able to afford 176.5 ounces of pot at local going rates

Posted on: 2007/12/20 19:08
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Re: Signs Signs, everywhere there's Signs
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i cant wait until i am walking at night and walk into it and am allowed to sue the city!

Posted on: 2007/12/20 18:05
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Re: City to get $15 million for development downtown near Liberty State Park
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This will open up and complete the road and car access along Jersey Avenue.


Great. More speeding cars on Jersey and Montgomery.

Posted on: 2007/12/19 21:42
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Re: "Destination: Jersey City" -- $3.6 million in Designer maps and signs guide tourists around city
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3.6 million dollars!!!

AND they used an architect from Princeton when there are 41 lsited in Jersey City in the Verizon Yellow Pages.

Dikks

Posted on: 2007/12/17 21:44
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Re: ox restaurant
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molly wrote:
Is this Rabbit doing a serious restaurant review? Apparently nobody pissed her off with chicken bones or menus on her block. Rabbitt doing a restaurant review is kind of like Katie Couric covering the Superbowl. So you and your "friend" SHARED some food AND you imply that it was expensive AND you have the nuts to throw a dagger at Alb? You go Rabbit!


Listen bitch, people piss me off with chicken bones and menus on my block every friggin day. ox just isn't one of them. As for this comment "So you and your "friend" SHARED some food AND you imply that it was expensive AND you have the nuts to throw a dagger at Alb?", it's such a poorly constructed and meandering sentence that I couldn't even read it twice. What the fukk are you saying?

And yes - it was a friend, and not one with benefits. Although my husband constantly wishes it was.

No please shut up and go scatter more chicken bones on my stoop.

Posted on: 2007/12/16 21:10
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Re: ox restaurant
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bdlaw wrote:

Why do you care, I thought you were moving to Brooklyn since downtown is, in your words, "done, stick a fork in it."


didn't you ditch JClist long ago?

Posted on: 2007/12/16 6:07
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Re: ox restaurant
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It is sad that the arrival of a vital new place like OX on the strip of 99 cent stores only inspires a conversation about "playdates'.

Please move to Montclair, you playdate seeking people.

We're trying to build a city, not a suburb,



Here Here

Posted on: 2007/12/16 6:05
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Re: ox restaurant
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One solution for Ox, when it comes to attracting people like me, would be to add one or two bistro food kinds of dishes.


i also thought the prices were a little high - and as it was late at night (after 10pm) i didnt want to eat too much. My friend and i both got an appetizer and split the scallops and it was just right. That and two beers and the bill came to $25 a head. Not bad.

It's a nice place and the service was very attentive. I'll go again.

Posted on: 2007/12/16 6:03
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Re: Dixon Mills resident robbed
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fat-ass-bike wrote:
This article has nothing to do with Dixon Mills, other then the poor guy got robbed near there and he lived there.

Does this mean if anyone gets robbed around the PATH, the article would also read - Dixon Mills resident robbed at PATH.

Or does the reporter think that anyone from Dixon Mills has some sort of special status and automatically is news worthy!



the article is entirely relevant. first of all it is titled :Dixon Mills REsident Robbed. That's accurate. It took place outside the entrance on Varick. I think that's pretty relevant.

You ask "Does this mean if anyone gets robbed around the PATH, the article would also read - Dixon Mills resident robbed at PATH?"

YES. Absolutely.

Just as if you were robbed outside a Wendy's Hamburger Restaurant, the article would read Fat Idiot Got His Due.

Posted on: 2007/12/12 4:52
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Re: Steven Fulop in Wikipedia
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justjoe wrote:
I'm curious.

With all the web designers available here in Jersey City, why would a councilman interested in supporting local businesses hire a web developer in New York and use a hosting service even further afield?

And, to be candid about it, he didn't get very good advice for whatever he spent. His inexperienced webmaster allowed the classic error of not covering his client's ownership of alternative domain names.

Hence, a domain vampire has registered "stevefulop.com" and probably is waiting to sell it to opposition when the next election goes all "jersey city" and the dirty tricks start flying. Unless he buys it up first, I'll bet you will see an interesting and totally untraceable web site under that alternative name.


nothing is untraceable

Posted on: 2007/12/8 15:41
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Re: Signs Signs, everywhere there's Signs
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OMG - I agree with parkman.

What i love is that they spend all this $$$ to make sidewalk ramps for the handicapped and then dump that thing wright in the middle of the sidewalk.

Even funnier is that they dumped one of thiose signs right in the middle of the courtyard plaza (if it can be called that) for City Hall. If you read the sign you'll learn that you are standing in front of --- City Hall.

Meanwhile, they can't spend any $$$ to fix the crumbling steps!

Posted on: 2007/12/4 21:57
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Re: Three-Alarm Fire Roars In Jersey City Church
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is that the church with it's back to Dixon Mills?

Posted on: 2007/11/13 20:04
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Re: Brick Haus Gym
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...I'm looking at YOU, people who bathe in perfume and AXE body spray before working out, wear JEANS TO SPINNING CLASS and never clean up after yourself...


YIKES! I would leave that gym just because of that. Are they cruising?


sign me up

Posted on: 2007/11/5 23:19
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Re: ox restaurant
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Kitty_Galore wrote:
I'll add my kudos to the long-awaited OX! I went last night with a friend for some drinks and a grazing meal. Fabulous broccoli au gratin appetizer, amazing sweet potato salad (who knew of such a thing? But it works!), sublime shredded rabbit over noodles, and delightful "cranberry pot pie" for dessert. They make a nice classic martini, too, and a tray of delicious olives came immediately after we were seated. Friendly, efficient service made everything flow beautifully.

What a pleasure to have this sort of experience on a restaurant's opening night! A swell addition to Newark Avenue.


shredded rabbit doesn't sound very good

Posted on: 2007/10/19 16:37
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Re: T-shirt making fun of Mayor Healy circulates -- sources point to Fulop's political consultant
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stepanstas wrote:
I think that Healy is a person that made Jersey City public not just to outsiders, but to Jersey City people aswell.

When Cunnigham was arround, I did not know anything about this city. No plans, no ideas, speaches. Nothing

Its changed with Healy. BTW, he is the one who i think organized the Mayors Against Guns program.


speeches, not speaches

Posted on: 2007/10/1 13:42
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Re: 'Get the (expletive) out' -- Ice-T tells it like he sees it last night in Jersey City.
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Summing up Ice-T

Cursing and using vulgar language is common, should be encouraged and there is nothing wrong with it. If you have a problem with the use of such language then its your problem, but using the lords name in vain or a negative connotation is wrong.

He is perplexed to understand why the cops hate him after releasing his song ?Cop Killer? that he believes had no reference to go out and kill ?honest? cops ? I was wondering do ?honest? cops wear a different uniform in L.A?

And my favorite line for the youth of today is ?Don?t plan out your life?.

WHAT A COMPLETE IDIOT and a waste of $15,000. I look forward to reading the newspapers in years to come when Ice-T's kids end up in prison with his philosophy.

Finally, who was the FFCCUUKK - WIT that deemed him a role-model to speak to impressionable children / young adults?


i don't know if college students are impressionable children / young adults.

they are smarter than you or i were at that age. and the one's who aren't planning out their lives are falling into owning huge businesses like Google and Monestary

Posted on: 2007/9/15 16:14
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Re: Downtown: Bayonne teen attacked by 4 men screaming profanities in Spanish in a dark-colored mini
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the best way to get rid of the drugs on wayne street is for the city to auction off that shitty park to the highest bidder. and then allow the winner to build on the space tax free. it might not bring additional taxes into the city but it wil close off that shithole of a park for good and restore a lione of row houses.

Posted on: 2007/9/2 15:05
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Re: Oceans rising: move to high ground?
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there go the subways

Posted on: 2007/8/17 17:10
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Re: Jersey City's official song
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Actually, Healy may hate the lyrics but the visual of everone on the street greeting you with a smile so gay has never been truer in my opinion

Posted on: 2007/8/4 16:32
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