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Re: Urban Farming?
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I would be very careful eating anything grown in open lots in Jersey City. Chromium, and other contamination is widespread due to industrial ore tailings and by products being given to people for free decades ago to be used for fill, for landscaping.

I had a garden when I lived in town, but all in raised boxes, with commercially bought topsoil.

Posted on: 9/8 10:45
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Re: Confederate Flag added to Liberty State Park
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Those pins were not produced by the campaign, your disingenuous ass.

As for your previous stupid post, Van Vorst did not take up arms against the Union to maintain slavery.

People like you should be ashamed of yourselves, drawing equivalence between traitorous rebels that killed more Americans than the Nazis with other figures that have something else going for them besides being Confederate generals and leaders.

Scum like you deserve the scorn you get here.

Posted on: 8/18 21:32
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Re: Historic district may come to Jersey City's West Side
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It was issued months after the passage of the Historic District. All the bold fonts in the world won't change that fact, nor the fact that he did not use the appeals process in any way, but instead decided to be a crank and just complain and state conspiracy theories.

It's all in the decision for the case to proceed. The judge tossed the due process claims for being inadequate.

Posted on: 8/4 20:50
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Re: Historic district may come to Jersey City's West Side
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5. The city's website EXPLICITLY states that vinyl siding is NOT permitted. It is possible that another material that isn't wood could be but vinyl is definitely a no-no.



This 100% wrong. See the Zoning Code at 345-71. l. 9. There is no explicit prohibition on vinyl siding in the Historic design standards.

Here's the link, scroll down to L. 9. for the applicable section.

https://library.municode.com/nj/jersey ... _ARTVZODEST_S345-71HIDEST



He would still need a certificate of appropriateness to install vinyl siding.

Posted on: 8/3 23:23
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Re: Grove Street Path - Evacuated by Police with Guns Drawn
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Looks like 135jc got triggered.

Posted on: 6/8 16:12
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Also called him a liar in an open forum.

Posted on: 6/8 16:09
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Re: Trump Our New President
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350 billion dollars in arms sales, that's a ton of high paying manufacturing jobs. Just last week. Many missed it, I guess, with the incessant photo shops during his trip.


Those deals are vaporware. Not a single contract was signed. It was a wish list, much like the fake signing ceremony for privatizing air traffic control.

Of course, Trumpies need imaginary accomplishments to distract from obstruction of justice.

Posted on: 6/7 10:16
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Re: no motorcycles or scooters in jersey city?
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I rode a motorcycle for commuting down to Edison for years before getting married and moving out to the burbs. I had a garage for mine. Motorcycle riders have mostly not been riding until a week or two ago due to the rainy spring, but a few diehard commuters have been on them all winter.

I would just be careful about taking certain routes in town. Be mindful of streets that end in choke points, like the approaches to the Holland Tunnel. Drivers tend to merge aggressively and may not see you. Make sure you also ride in the middle of your lane. I had a car hit me when it tried to squeeze through my lane to make a light that was turning red for which I decided to stop since I was turning left.

Posted on: 5/1 9:33
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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A simpleton's understanding of sexuality is not a justification of stupid opinion. Sex and gender is much more complex than external naughty bits.

BTW, "trangerism" is what right wing scumbags use to vilify transgenderism. Try not to show your colors.

Posted on: 4/12 15:31
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Yvonne wrote:
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I have taught transgender students. They don't get over it either.


It is a form of mental illness.
http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/m ... ental-disorder-sex-change
People who have sex changes do not get better.
http://www.sexchangeregret.com/examples


Ah yes.. the pet shithead psych..

https://thinkprogress.org/meet-the-doc ... nsgender-hate-fe764009b93

http://transadvocate.com/clinging-to- ... al-literature_n_13842.htm


Posted on: 4/12 15:11
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Re: UberEATS, the ride-hailing app delivers
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Also, some foods should not be delivered. Razza's pizza is one of them. It needs to be eaten hot out of the oven.

Posted on: 3/3 9:24
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Re: Why aren't the meetings broadcasted on the JC channel?
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They are, on 96.

Posted on: 2/15 16:45
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Re: Secaucus Boy Kicked Out of Scouts Because He's Transgender (Petition)
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Scummy trog projects psychoanalysis onto a child without qualification.

But, Yvonne.

Posted on: 2/3 18:49
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Milo is a scumbag.

But Trump just took all the white supremacist groups off the terror watch list.

So much for condemning the KKK.

Posted on: 2/3 18:25
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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The report is incorrect. They still processed the visa applications. They just subjected them to extra vetting. they kept granting visas in that entire period.


Posted on: 1/31 16:19
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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Obama never had a travel ban. That list just removed a visa waiver, but we never stopped taking immigrants from those countries.

And for Yvonne, we sill allowed refugees from Iran. The travel ban was for US tourism TO Iran.

Both you and Monroe can get your facts straight now.

Posted on: 1/31 15:59
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Re: USA added to list of persecuted Christians
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Shelters them anyway.

And people who use SJW unironically are typically trogs, in this case defending an institution that sheltered thousands of rapists.

Posted on: 1/10 14:14
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Re: There's a new approach for training Jersey City police recruits
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I'm hoping they don't recruit ex-military as they have be trained to be offensive and aggressive in their training, especially ex-marines and ex-army ... not so much with ex-navy or ex-air force, if they haven't been exposed to 'specialist' training.

If they do, I hope they vet them correctly to insure they understand the difference between a military service and a civil service.

I'm no fan of ex-military as frontline general police officers (there are however exceptions to my viewpoint) ... if you look at most of the negative interactions throughout the nation between police and the community, it has often been through ex-military personnel - Often the problem is when one (ex-military) has been required to follow orders without question to giving orders, and expecting the same 'blind' obedience from the general public.


Studies show that ex-military members are less likely to use force unnecessarily. That cop that was disciplined in NC for not shooting a guy was ex-Army.

Posted on: 1/5 10:17
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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I am glad you informed me my non-driving mom did not raise up properly by taking us to the doctor on a bus. What a relief! Now I can rest easy.

Posted on: 12/16 13:47
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Re: Where can I buy decent used snow tires for my jalopy?
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I have a shop I use in Linden that will sell, mount and balance used tires. I used them when my car had a blowout and I couldn't get the exact tire to match it without a three day wait. They put on a similar tire and balanced it until the exact tire I needed arrived.

R & R Tire Shop
1424 E Elizabeth Ave, Linden, NJ
(908) 925-0053

Posted on: 12/15 13:40
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Re: What’s going there? (Journal Square edition)
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I lived in the bubble of downtown for over 15 years before moving out of the downtown area. I too believed cars were unnecessary in JC. I carried groceries home on foot, had places like Lee's and Tender Shoot for smaller needs, and restaurants all around (well, at least for the last 5 years). I had zipcar for the times I needed to get more than I could carry, or for the occasional trips to Ikea/Target etc.
Earlier this year, I moved out of Downtown. I'm still under a 15 min walk to the JSQ PATH for my work commute, but you know what? There is no zipcar within walking distance to my place now. There is no grocery store, no place to get kitty litter. Yes, I can order online, but that gets old and complicated with waiting for deliveries around my work schedule/how my building is set up (delivery drivers don't use the intercom!). I cannot get to the farmer's market at the PATH station before it's packed up due to my work hours. There's a whole number of reasons I recently caved and got a car. Thankfully, my building has parking. My plan was to rent my space, but after a few months, I realized that I could really use a car.
If you think you don't need a car in ALL areas of JC, you must live in the bubble of the downtown, where yeah, you totally don't need a car.

But Perrine Ave is not like downtown, and until there are grocery stores, produce markets and/or other amenities in the neighborhood, some people will have cars there.

I used to live a block from Perrine. You can easily go without a car there. There's a market within a 2.5 block walk (C-Town), and another down the hill on Sip, before West Side. There are convenience stores all over the Square, and plenty of places deliver there. There is an Amazon Locker in the 7-11 two blocks away as well. There's a post office, DMV, multipe pharmacies, fast food places, bakeries, produce stands, dry cleaners, laundromat (even ones that do wash and fold), all within three blocks of that street.

You also have the PATH and bus terminal two blocks away.

While some of Jersey City may not have amenities, that does not characterize that block in the least.

Posted on: 12/10 17:58
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Re: Downtown Jersey City venture breaking the mold of what office space looks like
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So, a rentable Starbucks table, with private offices available. Not a bad idea.

Posted on: 2016/10/13 11:45
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Re: Disrespecting "other" religions
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You're an idiot that thinks her stupid biases stand in for knowledge.

Posted on: 2016/10/12 21:28
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Re: Disrespecting "other" religions
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Yvonne wrote:
Was education available for the masses during the Greek and early Roman period? Was healthcare available for the masses? The answer is no. The Kings and Queens of Europe collected money to build up their armies. It was the Catholic Church is Europe that build schools, universities, hospitals, brought about the study of science, had discussions on the dignity of man, and stopped the practice of fathers selling their daughters in marriage. The list can go on but I suggest you read the book.


The Catholic Church did not ever push for universal education. They also had the Latin mass to make the masses dependent on the priest for intercession with God. Protestants were the first to push for wider education.

Ancient Greece had wider access to education than any Catholic country achieved before the 19th century. Children were schooled from the age of 7, with even the poor getting an elementary education.

Try actual history next time.

Posted on: 2016/10/12 18:17
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Re: Disrespecting "other" religions
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The Romans and Greeks would disagree and think you're uneducated.

Posted on: 2016/10/12 14:20
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Re: Union Republic -- OUT OF BUSINESS
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I hadn't been there in a year. The food was pretty good to great, but the service was uneven, and the decor was cold and industrial, which put it at odds with the type of food they served. I always felt like I was eating in an incomplete office building in that space.

MAE was a gem though. I wish them luck in their next endeavor.

Posted on: 2016/9/13 9:39
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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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Sigh... just what we need is yet another Bar. How about something we don't have...like a real Mediterranean Restaurant or a real Japanese-owned restaurant (enough of the asian fusion places). I would like anything that would be good for a more diverse group other than just sports minded people.


Rumi is great and the spot is waaaaaay too big for a sushi restaurant.


I was going to say the same... DTJC definitely has a great Mediterranean restaurant in Rumi. Or, for a quick bite or take out, there is Gipsy Grill which is hands down one of the cheapest lunch spots in all of DTJC.


I wouldn't mind a good Greek restaurant. Somewhere I could get my grilled octopus and retsina on. There are some very large tavernas in Astoria, but JC would not support a huge one. Too bad It's Greek to Me was vile.

Posted on: 2016/8/10 15:53
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Re: Rainbow to be replaced by Hoboken restaurant group responsible for 1 Republik
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What the f is the matter with you?

Posted on: 2016/8/10 0:04
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Re: He lost on red light cameras, now Whizzy wants to nail you for drinking coffee in your car
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The law does not require crates or carriers. A simple leash is enough.

Posted on: 2016/8/8 12:27
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Donahue is a shill for the right wing and a terrible liar of a Catholic. I wouldn't believe him if he said the sky is blue.

Posted on: 2016/7/24 12:10
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