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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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I understand it perfectly. I read the beginning of the thread - it is all about how this monument "ruins the skyline", and so on.

So, it's all about moving it to a less prominent location, where it doesn't "ruin" your self-enjoyment.


The statue is located in a busy commercial and recreational plaza where it stands every chance of being treated dismissively, which is not very respectful to the memory of the victims. I think it deserves better--a place where it can be more appropriately contemplated--but who is anyone to argue with your perfect understanding?

Posted on: 10/5 10:18
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Re: Our Lady of Czestochowa Downtown Sex Abuse...
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Dr. FitzGibbons is a very well respected psychiatrist with lots of experience with this abuse.


That guy is a mental health professional?? Holy crap.

Posted on: 9/13 11:41
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Re: Our Lady of Czestochowa Downtown Sex Abuse...
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Yvonne wrote:
Amazing how liberals here...


Amazing how zealots everywhere do not, can not, nor will not see the forest through the trees.

Posted on: 9/12 11:20
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Re: Our Lady of Czestochowa Downtown Sex Abuse...
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The vast overwhelming majority of cases in the priest scandals do not fall under the definition of paedophilia. Rather they are just homosexual predators and part of significant expression of homosexuality.

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This is viewed as homophobic so the distinction is not allowed to be drawn.


When men sexually assault women, do you identify the culprits’ apparent heterosexuality as a dominant factor in their crimes? Do you acknowledge the “problem” of their orientation?

Do you engage the the same type of pointlessly abstract intellectual gymnastics? Does anyone?

Posted on: 8/30 19:02
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Actually, when I canvass for signature, the public already knows the issue. For those who don't I show them the ordinance which is attached...


Fair enough Yvonne, I can’t argue with that, but I’d like to hear more about the 350 year anniversary celebration that never happened. Who messed that up? It must be an interesting story.

Posted on: 7/12 20:18
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Your comments Frank M are truly out of context, I have been attending council meetings since the 1970s...


I thought my questions were relevant, but if you’re telling me otherwise, I apologize for misunderstanding.

But to answer your own question, no, I do not want to see foreign memorials to American soldiers removed. However, I would not be opposed should a local government want to MOVE one, assuming it’s not a cemetery. If there was a clear goal in mind that would benefit the public good, who am I to protest? Likewise, who is Mr. Karczewski, and why would you take his side? Was it out of conviction or convenience?

When you canvassed for signatures, did you reveal to anyone that you believe, “Monuments should be about events in America, not another country.” Those were your words and I’m not taking them out of context, but of course you’re welcome to change your mind, take them back, and apologize for misspeaking.

Posted on: 7/11 20:49
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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Frank M, you do not go around insulting an ethnic group in Jersey City regardless of the group. Neither do you curse the Speak of the House in Poland. Fulop is an adult, it is time he grows up.


If that's your argument, how respectful were you toward the victims of the Katyn massacre, their families and their compatriots, when you dismissively stated that our memorials should only be concerned with events in America?

And when you came to the defense of Stanislaw Karczewski, do you know what you bought with that package? Do you approve of his work to censor dissent and sanitize history? How about his party's recent unconstitutional effort to purge their Supreme Court? Are you convinced that name-calling is a worse offense?

Posted on: 7/11 16:47
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Re: Okay, so who here thinks the Katyn monument needs to go?
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I collected petitions because I caught Mayor Fulop's message on the radio. Fulop blamed the Polish government...


The Mayor probably gets a bad grade for his diplomacy, but reacting to button-pushing is a challenge for all of us. I wouldn’t roll over for Poland’s Stanislaw Karczewski, nor should you.

Thanks in large part to Karczewski’s efforts, the Polish government enacted a law making it a crime to suggest complicity in any events of the Holocaust on behalf of any of the Polish people or on any part of their government. Violators can be fined or jailed for up to three years.

If you’re willing to believe that NOT ONE SOUL in Poland was complicit IN ANY WAY, of saving their own life by turning on their neighbors, you’re free to do so, but that would be naive. Remember, there were Americans colluding with our enemies, and they weren’t even in danger. That doesn’t necessarily cast aspersions on either of our nations, but facts are facts, and they should not be suppressed.

As a compromise, would you believe that maybe ONE person in all of Poland—just one—aided the Nazis? If so, it’s important to understand that it would be illegal in Poland to speak about it, even if you have proof. Somebody like you, a person confident enough to stand at a podium in City Hall and speak her mind—exercising her freedom of speech—could go to jail for talking about it. Even if she was wrong, does that seem right to you?

As far as the memorial goes, it is uniquely jarring, and by its own virtues, belongs in a venue where it has the potential to be more appropriately contemplated.

Posted on: 7/5 21:34
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Re: Who needs body cameras? Police testing cellphone cameras
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I'm baffled that a lawyer would endorse the use of a consumer-grade device, outfitted with open-source software, for a demanding law enforcement application, but love *is* blind after all.


Posted on: 2017/10/5 14:24
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Re: Fulop catches heat for blocking critics on Facebook
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Do some people really not understand that groupthink is social media’s bread and butter??

Complaining about being blocked is like complaining about a loan-shark's interest rates.

Posted on: 2017/10/3 14:41
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Re: Cell phone antennas in PAD
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The INTERNET ITSELF should be carcinogenic—it might do us some good.

Posted on: 2017/8/29 14:08
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Re: Come to City Hall this upcoming Wednesday to promote electric vehicle charging in JC #EVinJC
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So why wouldn't PSEG or even electric car manufacturers want in on this market... product distribution is already in place?



Why aren't PSEG and other entities jumping on this? Short sightedness...


PSE&G probably stands to profit more by selling energy to charging station operators, instead of cutting themselves a discount on the rates and then making up the profits in the charging station business, where they have no unique expertise or competitve advantage.

Posted on: 2017/8/7 15:53
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Re: Trump Our New President
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If spending money on healthcare is the problem, why not prohibit smoking, even while off-duty? Why not turn away smokers who want to enlist? Smoking-related illnesses are well documented, so given the several hundred thousand smokers in the armed forces, the expense must be enormous.

But that’s stupid.

If an American has the desire, aptitude, ability, and discipline to be a soldier, sailor, pilot, or otherwise—and the Pentagon was already on board with the criteria and restrictions—they’re worth the money it takes to retain them, including their food, shelter, training, education, and health-care costs. (Oh, and their salaries, which practically come at an order-of-magnitude discount.)

This latest hissy-fit by the President couldn’t rationally have been about money, since there are obviously much lower hanging fruit. What happened—did he have a wild dream about a ladyboy? The sky’s the limit with what this guy reacts to.

Posted on: 2017/7/27 20:09

Edited by Frank_M on 2017/7/27 20:28:40
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Heads up Comrades, when in a meeting with Jared Kushner and his cell rings and he says urgent problem regrettably must leave, he's lying...


Mr. Kushner couldn’t have just excused himself from the meeting instead of pulling a sitcom stunt? I wish that wasn’t so easy to believe.

Posted on: 2017/7/24 14:51
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Re: Developers break ground on Jersey City micro-units apartment building
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...The inspector claimed that if there was a fire inside that unit, and people in the building needed to evacuate, that the windows could potentially explode onto the hallway and injure those trying to evacuate. It seemed so far fetched, but the building had no choice but to comply, or they wouldn't issue them a CO.


In terms of fire resistance, a window is just a hole in the wall. Commercial buildings often use water curtains (closely spaced sprinklers) or fire-rated glazing assemblies to protect openings in similar situations, but they’re very expensive solutions.

That was certainly crappy for the tenants, but the explanation was spot-on, not far-fetched.

Posted on: 2017/7/21 13:04
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Wow, you must have hunted for those images of Obama, it was not covered on the news the way the hate against Trump and Republicans is covered. It is daily, just like the witchhunt...



Negative, pessimistic individuals attract negativity and pessimism.

Posted on: 2017/7/21 9:41
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Re: Developers break ground on Jersey City micro-units apartment building
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While that would make for a better layout, building code states that you can no longer have your main egress be though a kitchen.



What is the logic behind this? Would this also be the case if you had an apartment with one of those open kitchen / living room combinations?


In an emergency, the path of egress should probably not take people directly through a room where most home fires start.

Posted on: 2017/7/21 8:27
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Re: Who needs body cameras? Police testing cellphone cameras
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A smart phone is not intended, suitable, or reliable enough for this sort of professional use, especially considering the importance and sensitivity of the data that needs to be collected.

Jersey City needed to be the first for this gimmick?

Posted on: 2017/6/26 16:11
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Liberals think they are above the law and...


Live by the sword, die by the sword.

People who engage in violent rhetoric tend to find themselves on the wrong end of the stick at some point. Like you know, Mr. Trump.

Posted on: 2017/6/15 10:24
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Re: Trump Our New President
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How do you spell L I A R ?


S-I-C-K

Posted on: 2017/6/13 10:26
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I'm sure a partisan like you isn't interested in the truth, but here are some of Trump's great accomplishments...


He can’t even grab ‘em by the hand anymore, but whatever you say...

Posted on: 2017/6/2 12:08
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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WhoElseCouldIBe wrote:
Also, this will not be popular but I would be in favor of removing seats from the subway cars. Not an ideal situation but I'd rather stand on the PATH than wait on the platform. (You could still keep a few priority seats available for the truly disabled).

Strap hangers across the entire car would help too.


I don’t mind standing, but unlike the laborers and service workers I ride with, I sit on my cracker-butt most of the day and get paid more for it.

Posted on: 2017/4/7 12:03
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Frank_M wrote:
Sleep—or a hassle-free morning commute.

Choose wisely


Or negotiate with your employer to come in later.


Hahaha. Cute.

Choose wisely

Posted on: 2017/4/3 18:34
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Re: PATH (pathetic attempt at transporting humans)
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Sleep—or a hassle-free morning commute.

Choose wisely

Posted on: 2017/3/31 11:32
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Re: Fulop: despite Trump, Jersey City remains 'welcoming' to immigrants
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No non-citizen has a right to come to the US. Full stop.


Welcoming non-citizens to the United States has long been one of our highest priorities. Full twat.


Posted on: 2017/3/28 13:36
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Re: Jersey City sees 3 shootings in less than 24 hours (Heights and Greenville)
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Attaboy Luther. How dare those “progressives” put labels on you.

Posted on: 2017/3/21 15:07
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Re: Jersey City mulls changes to pedestrian plaza to address rowdy bar-goers
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Whether officials were acting responsibly when they granted alcohol licenses to binge-drinking factories that cater to amateurs, the City should already have  had a plan and budget to deal with the attention that sticking its ass in the air was going to bring.

Or maybe I'm being too harsh on the kids... in City Hall.

Posted on: 2017/3/15 14:51
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Re: Trump Our New President
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135jc wrote:
Wait. All the libs claimed Comey was in bed with Trump. How can this be?


The world is bound to be confusing for people who take shortcuts, think in absolutes, and insist on using stereotypes.

Posted on: 2017/3/6 11:50
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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I know they're not even in season, but chanterelles?? I know a steak that wants them to join it for dinner.




Posted on: 2017/3/6 9:55
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Re: Woman Beaten After Confronting Teens at Hamilton Park
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If the story truly is authentic, i hope she isn't seriously hurt or permanently traumatized.


Fixed that for you.


Posted on: 2017/3/3 9:54
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