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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Try Yahoo,Google blocks everything.

Posted on: 2021/6/23 18:38
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Agree, No healthy person under 50 really needs to get the vaccine. The top infectious disease scientist in the US who works at Baylor University said that in front of the Texas congress.

Posted on: 2021/6/18 13:17
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Re: Union Republic -- Impressive New Place on Newark Ave @ Third Street
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It comes down to how well a restaurant is run and fits the needs of the area. Look at Madame Claude and the new place Cellar 335.You can tell they will both do well.Good food and drinks,ambiance and decent prices.Also having a good bar scene helps and encourages people who are by themselves to still go to these place. UR never had that feel.

Posted on: 2016/9/12 13:09
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Conquer Floors on Bright street
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Has any one used this place for Floor refinishing or floor installation or can you recommend anyone else. We are looking to refinish our hardwood floors or maybe even just put in a new floor.

Posted on: 2016/5/11 13:48
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Re: Stanely Cup Finals in JC
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Thanks,might try one of those on Wednesday.Ended up at the Pig and Whistle on 36th st. and 7th which was pretty good.

Posted on: 2014/6/9 21:34
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Stanely Cup Finals in JC
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Does anyone know if any bars in JC are showing the New York Ranger cup Finals with sound on a big screen.

Posted on: 2014/6/6 13:57
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Re: 10 Huron Ave
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I am an owner there and it is a great building.I never heard of any damage from Sandy other then no heat for a week like most buildings and we now of a huge generator in case it happens again.Almost all units are owned with some being sublet-ted.There are some cracks in brick work in different spots which are being attended to which may take some time as it is a large building.Otherw ise it is a nice clean friendly building with brand new reck room in basement.Also because it is an older building the rooms are quite large compared to new construction buildings.

Posted on: 2014/3/24 13:05
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Re: New Jersey's Insane Ban on Self-Service Gasoline
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I don't have a problem pumping my own gas but love the fact that you don't have to in N.J.It's nice to be able to relax in the car while someone else pumps the gas especially if it is cold or raining.I always give a dollar tip to ,so it the attendants can make a little extra money for their service.

Posted on: 2013/9/19 12:47
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Re: Speakeasy Lounge at Grove plaza
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Went there last Thursday with my wife. Sat at the bar and had some drinks and appetizers.The food was pretty good as were the drinks.My wife had the Sangria and I had a Kolsch beer.Most of the main dishes that we saw come out of the kitchen looked pretty good to.Will definitely try it again have have a regular sit down dinner.We had a really good bartender who you could tell was professional but some of the others may not be,Still all in all I think it was a good experience and will be back.

Posted on: 2013/7/22 1:57
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Re: Italian restaurants
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Presto's is the best and BYOB.Also like laico's,Renatto's and Gp's.Not a big fan of Rita and Joes.Do like Casa Dante's and Puccini's but alittle more expensive then the others.

Posted on: 2013/4/20 15:52
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Re: anyone else's water smell and taste like chlorine?
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I noticed it to and I live in JSQ.Even though we use a filter I could still smell the chlorine.

Posted on: 2012/9/17 14:01
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Re: Bloody Mary
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The best Bloody Mary I had so far in J.C. was at Skinners Loft.It tasted great and was presented the way you would expect in a fine restaurant.Don't know which bartender it was since I was sitting at a table upstairs but that shouldn't really matter.

Posted on: 2012/4/17 12:47
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Re: What does Downtown Jersey City need in a new restaurant?
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Actually J.C could use a seafood place that specializes in Oysters,Clams etc.. but is moderately priced.Kind of like Hanks in D.C.,but not a chain restaurant like Crab Shack.

Posted on: 2012/3/25 21:06
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Re: Three Jersey City men attacked by a dozen men after they follow vehicle that cut them off into lot,
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Yesterday,I was driving in the heights and someone in the car in front of me threw a bag of McDonalds out the window while we were at a red light.I really wanted to get out pick it up and throw it back in the car but the car was very dark and I didn't want to take the chance.Just wish police had been near buy to catch them.

Posted on: 2012/3/5 15:14
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Re: Churrasquiera Europa - great paella, great portions
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I agree this is a pretty decent restaurant for spanish food.
Front part by the bar is a little divey but they have a back room which is much nicer.They also have a great lunch special "all you can eat" with a decent selection for around 8 or 9 dollars during the week.

Posted on: 2011/9/19 17:09
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Re: Best Day Hikes?
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Try Hacklebarney State Park which is in Chester,NJ about 45 min. to an hour from JC.About a 2 hour hike not much of an incline and pretty shaded.Goes around a steam and there is a waterfall to.Also lots of barbeques through out and benches.

Posted on: 2011/8/22 19:57
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Re: Safe area for young female
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JSQ is actually very safe.We live3 blocks away near Newark ave, and have never had a problem.My wife takes the Path to work everyday and sometimes comes home late and aside for an occasional crazy person or homeless who are near buy she has never had a problem.Also there are always a lot of people in the area even at night by India square.

Posted on: 2011/8/22 19:47
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Re: OYSTERS IN JC
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Thursday's at Maritime Parc seems like it could be good.I will have to check it out.Quote:

yesfan wrote:
DOES ANYONE KNOW OF ANY GOOD RESTAURANTS IN JC THAT SERVE GOOD OYSTERS HOPEFULLY WITH A DECENT SELECTION.

Posted on: 2011/5/13 21:32
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Re: OYSTERS IN JC
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Thanks for all the great suggestions.I have tried Hamilton Park,they only have 2 selections.I will probably try Light Horse and Bistro soon and if i make it over to liberty state park i will try Maritime and Liberty house.
Actually I ate at Aqua grill last week and it was amazing.Great selection of Oysters as well as the rest of the menu.That is what actually got me to post this message in the first place.

Posted on: 2011/5/13 13:38
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OYSTERS IN JC
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DOES ANYONE KNOW OF ANY GOOD RESTAURANTS IN JC THAT SERVE GOOD OYSTERS HOPEFULLY WITH A DECENT SELECTION.

Posted on: 2011/5/12 19:40
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Re: Excellent Buffalo Wings- Where can I find them?
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I agree with the White Star bar.Believe it or not another good place is Presto`s even though it's basically an Italian restaurant we had them there and they were pretty good.

Posted on: 2011/2/28 20:46
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Re: Good Chili in Jersey City area
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Thanks!

Hamilton Inn actually has a good chili but it,s not on the regular menu.It was the soup special one day.Will try to check out Rutt's when I get a chance,and the cook out.

Posted on: 2011/2/20 14:31
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Good Chili in Jersey City area
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Can anyone recommend a good place to get Chili in the JC area.Veg. and meat.I am looking for a sit down place where I can have a beer with it,not a take out joint.

Posted on: 2011/2/20 2:43
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Re: Presto's
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My wife and I have eaten in almost every restaurant in J.C. and Presto`s along with Madame Claude are our 2 favorite restaurants.We go there a lot and food is always good.Plus it`s BYOB so you can save money.We live in Journal Square area so it`s not that close to us but we still go to Presto`s at least once every 3 weeks.

Posted on: 2011/2/3 21:29
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Re: What type of restaurant/bar do you want?
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I agree with the JSQ location, somewhere on Newark ave. or Kennedy Blvd.There are no good bar type restaurants here.We need something with a bar/tv and rest. area like Skinners Loft or O`Donnells.Not necessarily a sports bar but something with a TV or 2.

Posted on: 2010/10/8 14:53
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Re: Atomic Wings
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The main reason it didn`t do well is most people when they want to go out and eat wings they also want to drink beer and watch games.There are already a # of bars in the area where you can do that and have decent wings.A # of atomic wing places in Manhattan are actually in bars like"Down the Hatch" in the village.Basically there is not enough traffic in the area to be just a take out place even though they had a few tables.

Posted on: 2010/8/24 18:35
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Re: 201 St Pauls Avenue (St Johns Condos) - Financial Information
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Life is fantastic at St. Johns apt. Great views big apts. and nice grounds.some good restaurants.Still go to grove street most of the time top eat out or hang at a bar.

Posted on: 2010/8/23 12:10
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Re: Wood floor sanding and varnishing
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you can also check out Mr. Sandless.

Posted on: 2009/10/26 16:41
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Re: Free parking near St Johns Condo Complex - JSQ??
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I live in St. John`s apt. and i agree $95.00 a month is very cheap.That`s about 2 months in a Manhattan garage for a full year at S.J.A.

Posted on: 2009/10/7 14:06
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Re: St Johns Condominiums
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if i were you,i would definetly at least check out an apt. at St. Johns apt. just so you can get an idea of the amount of space you get here verses some of the new buildings which tend to be very tight spaces.some apt. even canco the rooms are practically on top of each other with no hallways seperating different rooms.

Posted on: 2009/6/15 22:15
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