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Re: Five Guys in JC
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regulator wrote: the five guys in hoboken is overrated... i cant imagine the one in jc being any better
Blasphemy. Never been to the one in Hoboken, but it's a chain so I can't imagine it's much different from the other ones I've been to. <3 5 Guys.

Posted on: 2009/7/31 14:38
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Re: ox restaurant
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For sale for $550K - came across this: http://newjersey.craigslist.org/reb/1275010639.html


just the business for 550k? how much is the rent then?

It's for sale. Not for rent. You get the space, plus everything inside.

Posted on: 2009/7/23 18:34
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Re: Not only the building is ugly. So is the company. Goldman Sachs.
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A link to the building would be tremendously helpful to make an awful thread such as this slightly less terrible.

Posted on: 2009/7/18 11:58
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Re: ox restaurant
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hero69 wrote:
The poor economy can't be the only reason. I eat out often still.

These two sentences are not mutually exclusive.

Posted on: 2009/7/17 19:50
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Re: ox restaurant
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Someone's been using his Jump to Conclusions mat too often.

If it said "Closed for Renovations," that would be one thing. The sign says they're closed for five days or something. I'm sure it's just a vacation.

Posted on: 2009/7/15 11:49
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Re: 19 year old robbed at gun point- vroom st.
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Hm. Didn't realize there were still people who think messenger bags on men are out of the ordinary. This has been enlightening.

Posted on: 2009/7/11 20:44
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Re: 19 year old robbed at gun point- vroom st.
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Wow, OP just comes off worse and worse with every post.

Posted on: 2009/7/11 13:51
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Re: Jersey City Animal Hospital neglected my dog for 8 hours
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OP,

You are someone I would hate.

Posted on: 2009/7/11 1:48
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Re: Zeppelin Hall Beer Garden - Opening Night
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Went again today for more Staropramen. This place will be better to lose the service of anyone complaining and nitpicking over little issues. It's so awesome. Seriously, the first place in downtown JC I'm happy to return to over and over.

Posted on: 2009/6/30 1:12
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Re: Zeppelin Hall Beer Garden - Opening Night
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Wow, an outdoor non-smoking section... This board never fails to surprise. If I owned a beer garden and someone asked where the OUTDOOR non-smoking section is, I would ban them on principle. If you can't deal with cigarette smoke, perhaps a beer garden is not the best place for you to spend your time. Full disclosure - I'm not a smoker, and I hate cigarette smoke.

I went today, early when there was nobody there. The space is really nice, and they have Staropramen on tap for $5 per half-liter. Can't really complain.

Posted on: 2009/6/28 22:30
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Re: Tonight's sky 6/26/09
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Not a single google result for "bubbulous nimbi."

Posted on: 2009/6/27 14:15
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Re: Top 10 Beer lists: In anticipation of Zeppelin Hall (beer garden)
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jennymayla, have you ever been to a beer garden? They generally just look kinda like camp sites. A bunch of picnic tables surrounded by a fence. Hopefully some trees.

Showtime, I haven't been there yet, but most beer gardens have an outdoor bar where you line up to get beer, and then another stand for food. No waitresses. I want to go check this out today during the day, if it's open.

Posted on: 2009/6/27 11:22
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Re: Tonight's sky 6/26/09
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TheBigGuy wrote:
I figured it was probably global warming... they say as the world warms up it is supposed to naturally reduce the rainfall in the atmosphere because the rising water lines will saturate the atmosphere with water vapor.

Wait, what? This has been the rainiest spring I can ever remember. Also, what does global warming have to do with the strange shapes of the clouds? I'm asking genuinely - is there some sort of connection between global warming/shape of clouds?

Posted on: 2009/6/27 11:17
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Re: Brick Haus gym - any good?
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I pay $75. It's a good gym, but I'm canceling because I'm a lazy piece of shit. I've probably gone 15 times in the last year.

Posted on: 2009/6/22 20:06
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Re: Hold Up Opposite City Hall
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tommyc_37 wrote:
The whole Grove Street area has become much less safe over the past couple of years. This is progress?

Uh, care to elaborate on this one? Granted I'm not a lifer, but I've lived two blocks from that area for a year and a half, and there is VERY rarely crime to speak of.

GOD WHY DOES THIS SOFTWARE SUCK SUCH BALLS?!??! It takes me eight tries to get a post to submit.

Posted on: 2009/6/19 16:26
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Re: $300 gas bill for june!!??
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This might apply if OP had a sentence at the end that said, "I tried calling to ask about it, but every time I try I'm put on hold for an hour."

It's the principle - people are so quick to come on the Internet and bitch about things without even taking the most basic first steps to resolve their issues like human beings are supposed to.

Posted on: 2009/6/5 20:05
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Re: $300 gas bill for june!!??
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Right, that's pretty retarded (the fact that you would post about it rather than call and perhaps easily resolve a technical error).

Posted on: 2009/6/5 19:29
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Re: $300 gas bill for june!!??
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Let me guess - you haven't actually called PSE+G yet to try to resolve it or figure out why the bill is so high.

Posted on: 2009/6/5 19:22
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Re: The Embankment Restaurant
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I can't really figure out whether you're trying to agree or disagree with me, but that was sort of my point.

Posted on: 2009/6/1 23:09
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Re: The Embankment Restaurant
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gt2220 wrote:
I agree with the AlexanderCan's point about good food needing time, anyone who regularly cooks at home knows that food made with fresh ingredients takes time.

You can't really compare home cooking to restaurant cooking. They're two very different things.

Posted on: 2009/6/1 18:21
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Re: Paulus Hook Park
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Oh, I think I know where that is. Is it near Washington and Grand?

Posted on: 2009/5/29 17:39
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Re: Paulus Hook Park
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Where is Paulus Hook Park located?

Posted on: 2009/5/29 14:00
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Re: First of six new stores opens at Liberty Harbor
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Having convenient stores within walking distance does not make the area loud and busy. I've lived on Mercer and Barrow, and now Varick and Wayne, and both areas are very quiet, and I hear the birds chirping. But unlike in Paulus Hook, I can walk three blocks and pick up stuff to make dinner with.

Posted on: 2009/5/28 20:32
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Re: Paulus Hook Park
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Just when I thought this forum had run out of things to complain about - drinking publicly on Memorial Day. Wow.

Posted on: 2009/5/28 15:21
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Re: Two JC cops arrested over Memorial Day weekend
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I think the most atrocious offense of this entire situation is that a newspaper printed the usage of "down the shore."

Posted on: 2009/5/27 20:00
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Re: price gouging at newport towers
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jazzhall wrote:
well, I'm not a trustfund baby like the poster directly above, so yes, I do tend to think 3,000 is quite a bit of money to part with.

Uh, what I said has nothing to do with the prices.

Here's a hint: "price gouging" =/= (that's "does not equal") "asking too much money for something."

Hence: Not sure OP understands the definition of price gouging.

Posted on: 2009/5/27 18:22
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Re: price gouging at newport towers
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Not sure OP understands the definition of price gouging.

Posted on: 2009/5/27 16:34
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Re: Police trying to identify body found in Hudson River
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Resized Image
Case closed.

Posted on: 2009/5/21 13:17
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Re: Top 10 Beer lists: In anticipation of Zeppelin Hall (beer garden)
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thats not really a beer garden with only roughly 20 beers on tap...you could go to burp castle in the city and get more

wat

since when does the number of beers on tap dictate whether something is or is not a real beer garden? Many of the "real" beer gardens in Prague have just one or two beers on tap. I don't think Bohemian Beer Hall even has 20 beers on tap.

Posted on: 2009/5/21 0:11
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Re: Boycott A-1 Deli
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Please read through my posts and see if there's anything to suggest I have any reason to lie about the smoking. I was there late at night. They were smoking behind the counter. I go there most mornings for a big bottle of water, so it's not like I am boycotting them. But THEY DO smoke behind the counter.

Posted on: 2009/5/20 16:18
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