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Re: Chariot carpool van service - bring it between Manhattan and JC
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Just read an interesting article about Chariot vanpool service, which uses Ford vehicles, will debut next month in manhattan.

i think such a service between manhattan and jersey city would be useful.

http://www.nydailynews.com/autos/news ... rk-city-article-1.3361378


How about instead of Ford Vans they use amphibious buses and skip the tunnel?

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wonderful idea!

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Chariot carpool van service - bring it between Manhattan and JC
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Just read an interesting article about Chariot vanpool service, which uses Ford vehicles, will debut next month in manhattan.

i think such a service between manhattan and jersey city would be useful.

http://www.nydailynews.com/autos/news ... rk-city-article-1.3361378

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Re: 808 Pavonia Project Approved
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people complaining about PATH crowding need to do a reality check. the city doesn't really care as long as it developes...and the PATH is never really that crowded compared to other major cities. we're not in kansas anymore!

Posted on: 7/20 10:07
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Re: Trump Our New President
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wow. roflmfao. trump just trashed session and kremlin says putin, trump did not have a secret meeting

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa ... sia-kremlin-idUSKBN1A50W9

Posted on: 7/20 9:48
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Donald Trump Jr crossed the legal line on collusion with Russia

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/th ... -legal-line-on-collusion/
lol. i hate trump as much as anyone else but we all know this russia collusion stuff is going nowhere! let's focus on making sure gop doesn't gut healthcare. how do you go from 20 million peole to 32 million people losing coverage (under mcconell's latest plan) and some republicans calling the latest proposal more moderate.

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa ... o-insurance-idUSKBN1A42K0

although, of course, the trump-russia collussion drama, just shows how reckless, dangerous the gop is.

Posted on: 7/20 9:25
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Re: Trump Our New President
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wow. did you see trump shake putin's hand. was that a bro-shake or what?

Posted on: 7/7 10:03
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Re: Jersey City Fireworks Celebration Changed to Exchange Place In Jersey City
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So... looks like JC actually did better $ w/Exchange Place vs LSP. Most expenses were a wash but we doubled $ from the Carnival. Go figure

10:27 AM - 6 Jul 2017

https://twitter.com/StevenFulop/status/882969148527128576

maybe jc should consider using exchange place more often

Posted on: 7/6 12:24
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Re: 11% Increase in luxury Downtown Power House District
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i am surprised, i thought the area was suffering from a glut of rentals that was driving down rents.

Posted on: 7/6 12:05
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Re: Jersey City Fireworks Celebration Changed to Exchange Place In Jersey City
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was it the clusterf-ck that one soul had warned of?

Posted on: 7/5 12:35
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Re: Jersey City Fireworks Celebration Changed to Exchange Place In Jersey City
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This is a disaster, cluster-eff in waiting - Exchange Place is WAY TOO SMALL to host something like this - are King Steve and his administration crazy??
I guess I'll head over to Manhattan to see JC's fireworks. Can't wait til Christie is gone

Posted on: 7/2 19:31
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Re: Developers break ground on Jersey City micro-units apartment building
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Developers break ground on Jersey City micro-units apartment building

The concept of tiny houses has become popular around the country -- even spawning two HGTV shows -- and now developers are trying it with apartment living. 

Nest Micro Apartments will offer fully furnished units that are less than 300 square feet in Journal Square. The building is being developed by KSNY, of New York, and Strategic Properties.

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... eaks_ground_in_jerse.html



$1,300 ?! Incredible and a sorry reflection of how unaffordable life is becoming in the NYC metro area.
but it is furnished and comes with plenty of amenities.

Posted on: 7/1 21:51
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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No, Pebble, he retired because many of his patients could not afford Obamacare, they can afford only to pay the fines or the bronze plan, which is no insurance at all. He is not retired from medicine, he decided to work for an insurance company by visiting patients in their homes. This prevents them from using nursing homes. The bottom is - Obamacare is a mess. Arizona had a 116% increase in 2016. Government does some things well, but it is horrible at managing education and healthcare.
ask those people who had no insurance before Obamacare, who didn't go to the doctor, if Obamacare is a mess to them....ask those people who couldn't get coverage due to pre-x conditions

Posted on: 7/1 21:18
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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What he says is that while he never used it and was fundamentally against it. He was glad there was a low cost option if he needed it. There will be with the new plan as well. Also, something Obama care chooses not to state is that before it someone could write off healthcare costs above 7% of their salary. Obamacare has raised that level to 10%
there might be a low cost option...but what will the deductible be? what happens to the 22 million that stand to lose their coverage!


As I stated in a previous post my deductible is $3200 before Obamacare it was $500
yes, i agree that it sucks that your deductible went up. so, did mine and i had to pay a lot more in taxes but at the end of the day which is better a $3200 deductible or not having access to insurance.


hero, I was replying to your post. You had stated earlier that the new plan might offer a low cost option but at what deductible. I pointed out that deductibles have already shot sky-high.
If a new plan is implemnted and less people are covered and deductibles continue to climb as you state. I will agree that it is a failure
former ceo of molina healthcare on bloomberg says house/senate bills will cut medicauid by 35% and that premiums and deductibles will rise....shifting costs to states will ultimately lead to cuts in other state programs, such as education

Posted on: 6/30 8:57
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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health care myth...that being able to sell insurance across state lines will improve access to affordable health care. it might work in northern nj, with people being able to access nyc's network of doctoers, etc...but it is not practical for most people. i'd rather pay more to visit a local dr, instead of one in pennsylvania or even trenton or newark

Posted on: 6/29 9:31
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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What he says is that while he never used it and was fundamentally against it. He was glad there was a low cost option if he needed it. There will be with the new plan as well. Also, something Obama care chooses not to state is that before it someone could write off healthcare costs above 7% of their salary. Obamacare has raised that level to 10%
there might be a low cost option...but what will the deductible be? what happens to the 22 million that stand to lose their coverage!


As I stated in a previous post my deductible is $3200 before Obamacare it was $500
yes, i agree that it sucks that your deductible went up. so, did mine and i had to pay a lot more in taxes but at the end of the day which is better a $3200 deductible or not having access to insurance.

Posted on: 6/29 9:27
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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Obamacare was never about affordable healthcare for all, it was a mass means to redistribute wealth (and control the poor). That's why he had to lie about it to sell it, and the chumps believed him.
if you have a problem, trying to insure that as many people as possible have access to affordable healthcare, then you need to have your head examined. i have no problem paying more taxes so that people have access.

i do believe that those who want to eschew health insurance, should be able to do so provided that they have a 5 year wait period and are not allowed to get charity care!

Posted on: 6/28 18:55
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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Hero69, you keep repeating fake news. The 22 million stat includes people who will make a choice not to enroll because it won't be mandated-which mostly are young, healthy adults opting out. Choosing not to enroll isn't the same as 'losing' it.
i get it....the cbo now releases fake news. imo, it is unacceptable for the government to pushing legislation that would leave anyone with less/worse healthcare. the government should be doing its best to HELP people, not hurt them!


Virtually everyone I know who doesn't have government subsidized health insurance is paying thousands more per year that is hurting them and their families. Less money for food, less money for college savings, less money period. So Obamacare has hurt many in their wallets and families. (And they couldn't keep their plan, or their doctor, or save $2,500/year as Obama sold it on).
i know people who have unsubsidized obamacare too, and they are happy they have it...it is a safety net. what happens if you don't have insurance and get cancer, have a stroke, get aids, etc?

Posted on: 6/28 15:14
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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Hero69, you keep repeating fake news. The 22 million stat includes people who will make a choice not to enroll because it won't be mandated-which mostly are young, healthy adults opting out. Choosing not to enroll isn't the same as 'losing' it.
i get it....the cbo now releases fake news. imo, it is unacceptable for the government to pushing legislation that would leave anyone with less/worse healthcare. the government should be doing its best to HELP people, not hurt them!

Posted on: 6/28 14:54
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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135jc wrote:
What he says is that while he never used it and was fundamentally against it. He was glad there was a low cost option if he needed it. There will be with the new plan as well. Also, something Obama care chooses not to state is that before it someone could write off healthcare costs above 7% of their salary. Obamacare has raised that level to 10%
there might be a low cost option...but what will the deductible be? what happens to the 22 million that stand to lose their coverage!

Posted on: 6/28 14:07
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Re: Jersey City Reservoir Visit
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is it open yet? i tried to go there last week during the day around noon and the gate on jefferson was closed....not very welcoming.

Posted on: 6/28 8:29
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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Former GOP Congressman Loathed Obamacare — Until He Lost His Own Coverage....says a lot

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/d ... _59529e05e4b02734df2de1be




Posted on: 6/28 8:25

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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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I was listening to the car radio last week, I don't know the station but was shocked when a person called in to the station and said he pays $3,200 a month for insurance for 3 people. His wife has cancer. I figure he makes a good salary when he said he sold his home to make monthly payments.
yes, $3,200 is a lot but you don't know how much this person makes. i know people, before obamacare, could not even get coverage with cancer or other pre-exising conditions.

Posted on: 6/27 16:49
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Re: Getting the most out of ObamaCare
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it's telling that so many republicans don't have a problem with potentially 22 million people losing insurance coverage. i just saw an expert on bloomberg state that about 1/3 of children in the us benefit from medicaid as does 2/3 of people in nursing homes.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/26/us/ ... =top-news&WT.nav=top-news

Posted on: 6/27 8:42
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Re: Trump Our New President
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BE AFRAID! be very very afraid of anyone telling you that we need to drastically cut regulation and businesses are best suited to decide what is safe or not since no business wants to run the risk....


Why Grenfell Tower Burned: Regulators Put Cost Before Safety
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/06/24/wor ... ll-tower-london-fire.html

Posted on: 6/26 8:37
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nyc gay pride fireworks
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What fireworks are tomorrow?
nyc gay pride. i don't think they7 have secret messages promoting the hmosexual lifestyle in the fireworks this year thanks to efforts by donald trump and yvonne...SO its safe to watch

Posted on: 6/24 20:30
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Re: Exchange Place covered in litter after Fourth of July fireworks
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in case anyone is interested and wants to see fireworks this sunday, jersey city hudson riverfront is a good place to see them.

Posted on: 6/24 12:43
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Re: PVC Roof
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what ar costs of pvc vs. asphalt roof?

Posted on: 6/24 12:40
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Re: Former dominatrix fights to keep job as sheriff's officer
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I don't think anyone who loves giving pain and have the legal right to carry a gun should be a sheriff or police officer. Look at the recent incident where a man is on fire and a police officer kicked him. I am tired of paying these lawsuits. It is time to screen the sheriff/police officer candidates.


Amazing... your ignorance knows no bounds. Do you even REALIZE that saying a dominatrix should not be able to be a police officer (because she role plays as a dominant - and maybe also sadistic - person) is like saying that an actor that plays a sadist in a movie should be banned from ever being a police officer? It's ROLE PLAYING. It's not necessarily their public persona. And, seriously, the government needs to stay out of people's bedrooms and their sexual preferences. What happens between two (or, more) consenting adults, in their own privacy, is none of the government's business. Nor yours, by the way.


Some people who become sheriffs/police officers want to serve the community, but others want to control it, perhaps punish it. I think we have all seen officers who have behaved as though they are judge, jury and executioner. They have that dominatrix personality. I do not want that person with a gun with the legal authority to stop someone.
roflmfao.....great comedic value

Posted on: 6/19 14:11
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Re: Former dominatrix fights to keep job as sheriff's officer
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Vunless she was interested sex with her private clients, she should keep her job

Posted on: 6/18 11:08
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Liberals - who are brainwashed by vicious lies from our traitorous mass media - have now resorted to trying to kill Republicans because they can't win elections.

"Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., told Fox News he left just before the shooting. As he walked to his car, a man asked DeSantis if it was Republicans or Democrats practicing. About 3 minutes later, at around 7:15 a.m., the shooting began, DeSantis said. It reportedly lasted about 10 minutes.

Without the Capitol Hill police it would have been a massacre," Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told Fox News, describing the scene as "sort of a killing field."

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/06/14/ ... multiple-people-shot.html


I saw one congressman from Texas crying. He was obviously traumatized and will probably have PTSD and need counseling but he'd cut Veteran's benefits tomorrow if he could.
so true!

Posted on: 6/15 8:51
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