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Re: Cooling Centers Water Facilities Open for Residents of Jersey City
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Why are the splash pads at Lafayette Park and Berry Lane still not on? (Van Vorst and Hamilton went on the first heat wave last month).

Posted on: 6/13 8:57
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Re: Gender Diversity Welcomed Here
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It does not make sense to me as it clearly encourages rejection of conventions related to biology. The only discomfort I personally anticipate is that it will now make it impossible to police parents who bring their opposite sex children into the locker room. There had been a constant battle to have this stop when the kid reaches 4. There were random guys who would bring their 11 year old daughters into the men's locker room. I have a four year old daughter and if I take here to the pool without my wife, we just dress at home. While the showers at Pershing have stalls so it is not as awkward as it might be, it is still awkward.

Posted on: 5/5 10:43
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Gender Diversity Welcomed Here
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Here is the sign now on locker rooms at Pershing Field Pool and all other locker rooms in the city:


GENDER DIVERSITY IS WELCOME HERE; PLEASE USE THE RESTROOM THAT BEST FITS YOUR GENDER IDENTITY OR EXPRESSION.


Was unsure whether to post in arts and entertainment or crime and safety or what.

Posted on: 5/4 15:33
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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Has anthing else been reported in this regard? It seems to me that Christie's intitative was dead on arrival.Appreciate any information.

Posted on: 4/19 13:45
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Traditional Sacred Triduum at St. Anthony's downtown
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Sacred Triduum, Traditional Latin Liturgy sung by the choir of Cantantes in Cordibus
St.Anthony of Padua, Monmouth and Sixth Street

Spy Wednesday 7:30 PM
Tenebrae- Matins and Lauds for Holy Thursday.
Allegri’s Miserei.

Maundy Thursday, 6:00 PM
Mass of Lord’s Supper followed by Solemn Procession to the Altar of Repos
Missa Poenitenia, by David Smith based on Missa XVII
Ambrosia Gloria Chant SG 289
Per Signum Crucis
Ubi Caritas and Pange Lingua chant in program*

Good Friday 5:00 PM
Mass of the Presanctified, Solemn Chanting of the Passion accroding to St.John,
Adoration of the Holy Cross with Reproaches
Victoria Passion Responses
Adoramus Te Christe Dubois
O Vos Omnes Victoria


[b]Great Paschal Vigil 10:00
Lighting of the Easter fire,
Lumen Christe
Exultet
The Vigil,
The blessing of the holy water

Monteverdi Mass iMessa a quattro voci da cappella 1
Et Resurrexit (Duet) Monteverdi
Dextera Domini by Franck
Christus Vincit
Hallelujah Chorus

Posted on: 4/12 16:20
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Re: Russell Maffei and Marie Tauro Killed by Hit & Run Driver
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Russell F. Maffei Obituary
Russell F. Maffei

Russell F. Maffei of Jersey City died April 2, 2017 from injuries sustained in an accident in North Bergen. Visitation Sat. 5-9pm and Sun. 2-6pm at Greenville Memorial Home 374 Danforth Ave. Jersey City. Mass Mon. April 10, 2017 at St. Aedan'c Church Jersey City. For details see www.greenvillememorialhome.com
http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/nort ... 6764#sthash.HIsfQz5b.dpuf

Posted on: 4/7 15:12
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Re: St. Anthony's High School is Closing
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Yes, sad, but the fact is the Coach Hurley's basketball empire was attached to a lackluster school. From accounts for students and former teachers, the school was used as a cover for a basketball factory. Sometimes jock culture and help a school attract students and develop morale. Too often it makes academics secondary.
The mission of the Catholic school in transmitting and defending the faith of its students and of exposing non Catholic students to the faith in a way to engender interest has been dead since the 1960s. The auto demolition of all the religious and monastic orders is part and parcel of this.
The hierarchy hates schools because they take work and require faith. The charter school industry is like heroine to pastors. He closes the school which had been creating a deficit for the parish of say 500,000 yearly. THen he rents it out to a local charter- call the Masonic Ethical Charter School whose values are diametrically opposed to Christianity. What does the pastor care? He now gets $40k per month in rent- income greater than his old deficit. He can pop the Veuve Cliqoue because now he does not even need to curry favor with those pesky parishioners who want to worship God. The pastor can now take even more vacations and ply his boyfriends/victims with bigger gifts.
When the Son of Man returns will there be any faith left on earth?

Posted on: 4/6 14:20
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Re: Russell Maffei and Marie Tauro Killed by Hit & Run Driver
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Marie J. Tauro
August 6, 1936 ~ April 2, 2017 (age 80)


VISITATION
Friday
April 7, 2017
4:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Riotto Funeral Home
Jersey City, NJ Directions

Marie J. Tauro was suddenly and tragically taken from us on Sunday, April 2, 2017. Daughter of Antonio and Rose Tauro (nee LaBruno), Marie was born and raised in Jersey City.

Marie was the proud mother of Michael DenBleyker and Dr. Leonard DenBleyker, and the sister of Gabriel, Nicholas, Anthony and Paul Tauro. Loving grandmother to Michael Christopher, Nicole Linn and Margaret Rose DenBleyker. Mother-in-law to Michelle DenBleyker and Dr Janice Prontnicki-DenBleyker.

Marie owned and operated Topps Wines and Liquors in Union City for many years. She was a political force, ally and adversary. She was active in Senior Services and current commissioner on the Municipal Utilities Authority of Jersey City.

Visitation will be on Friday, April 7, 2017, 4:00pm to 9:00pm at RIOTTO FUNERAL HOME & Cremation Company, 3205 John F. Kennedy Blvd., Jersey City, NJ 07306. Cremation will be private.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Marie's memory to: Jersey City Republican Party, P.O. Box 13217, Jersey City, NJ 07303

Her memory will be honored and remembered fondly and forever.



Posted on: 4/6 13:51
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Re: Russell Maffei and Marie Tauro Killed by Hit & Run Driver
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The only thing that shocks me is the information that Marie was 80! She had an incredible amount of energy, drive, enthusiasm and optimism. I would have guessed that she was a youthful 70. Requiscat in pace!

Russell was about the nicest guy you could ever meet. He always kept his cool when everyone else was losing it. Lux pertua luceat eum!


Posted on: 4/3 17:47
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Re: Man shot dead in Jersey City, marking second fatal shooting this week
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My wife and four year old daughter were half a block away and heard the shots in Lafayette Park which was crowded with kids! But hey, we have bicycle lanes! And we'll have a Science Hotel.

Posted on: 3/30 10:33
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Re: SCITECH City
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Good questions!

Posted on: 3/29 12:55
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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Also, it seems like Dave Barry will profit massively from this.

Posted on: 3/29 12:55
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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https://mail.google.com/mail/u/1/#inbox/15b16bbeb4dfba06

Above is the link to the Memorandum of Understanding. Esther Winter went through the trouble (FOIA request) and expense (over $200) to get a copy of it. Guess what? She got it after the vote. So much for transparency.

Although personally, a fan of Charter Schools, why did the Council act coy, to say it as politely as possible, and say it was undetermined whether the school was to be a Charter or a regular public shool?

Also, the hotel is described in terms that suggest it will also assert non profit status (provide lodging for science visitors etc). Corp. Counsel Jeremy said that it would be for profit.

So this new entity will have one member and owner, namely the Science Center. An LLC with only one member is treated as an entity disregarded as separate from its owner for income tax purposes (but as a separate entity for purposes of employment tax and certain excise taxes), unless it files Form 8832 and affirmatively elects to be treated as a corporation.

Posted on: 3/29 12:54
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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The Memorandum of Understanding which was not available on the City website or the JCRA website is complicated and promises to provide full employment for lawyers for many years should this plan go south. Isn't the litigation with Hyman over the embankment still ongoing? Didn't the litigation with Mocco over Liberty Harbor North last 15 years?

Posted on: 3/24 9:17
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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Oh- thanks for the correction Mia!

Posted on: 3/22 16:34
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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Mia's invocation of Mocco is apt. That was some sort of give away to Peter Mocco in the waning hours of the Cucci administration. The City spent years litigating it- won it, only to have politics or something settle it, I think, for almost a give away a second time.

Mia is also directly on point with all the other taxes that NYC has (occupancy tax, portion of sales tax).

I could get a devloper in there tomorrow to devlope it.

Don't we have a hot shot new city planner from Harvard who should be able to structure this. Also, I suspect, the Liberty Harbor Plan itself would permit good commercial developemnet.

And yes, the appraisal will not be worth the paper it is written on.

Posted on: 3/22 13:11
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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Newport (600 acres), all of Harsimus Cove, Colgate Redevlopment east of Hudson at the very least, all of Libery Harbor North and all devloment around the Morris Canal, all of LSP, all of the golf course, and all of Port Liberte are or were derelect and contaminated industrial sites built on fill. This 16 acres comes late to the game where there should be no question of its value.

Posted on: 3/22 13:06
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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The numbers are realistic.

A neighborhood that mixes medium and low rise like Liberty Harbor North (these 16 acres are part of Liberty Harbor Redevelopment Plan).

Well houses downtown are being sold for up to 3.5 million now. So can we say that the average row house downtown (average being noting special, 18 ft wide, four stories, brick, goes for 1.2).

Outside of downtown, average house goes for say 500K. So yea, I overestimated post reval bill which will probably range from 10k to 40k. I guess in suburban NJ (Montclaire etc) this counts for not being overtaxed. However, Jersey City really competes with NYC where these rates are outrageous. Residential tax rates in NY are minimal- NYC getting its revenue from commercial real estate and its income tax.

Please note that 44% of the city is already tax exempt. So yes- the City should not create any more untaxed land.

The City should also seek to get a payroll tax. Whitman changed the legislation to screw Schundler so that only Newark has the ability. This needs to be changed and JC needs to adopt it. If JC adopts a 1% payroll tax, that still leaves us very compeetitve since NYC's graduated rates start at 2.9 and go to 3.64. Also, Newark has a 2$ payroll tax.

Other things that need to be done is reduction of payroll, especially in the Fire Dept. and Police.

Posted on: 3/22 13:01
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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16 unimproved acres fronting on LSP would net at a minimum $80 million. Maximum maybe $160 million in current market. This is per my discussion with people involved currently in redevelopment. I briefly was a redevelopment lawyer before the insiders circled the wagon. Around 1998 or so, I was involved in a deal with Fisher Brothers who negotiated the sale of one acre in the Colgate Redevelopment zone for $11 million, a record at the time. I hear the going rate would be at least 20 million now for that area. Using the conservative market value of $80 million, if it were developed properly, it’s value would clearly be over one billion in ratables. The City should be looing to Battery Park City, Hudson Yards, etc for examples on how to do this. Again, using conservative figures, if the value of this 16 acre neighborhood was a billion, that would generate $20 million in property tax revenue yearly, or about 4% of the budget! 44% if Jersey City is already tax exempt. No more land should be allowed to be tax exempt! After the reval, the average homeowner will be paying $20k in annual property taxes. We will have moves like this to blame.Also, the LSC is a dysfunctional entity that does a very mediocre job so it is unlikely to perform well in this agreement
As always, cui bono?

Posted on: 3/22 11:32
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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Is this give a way a done deal or can it be stopped?

Posted on: 3/20 8:58
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Re: Wow - LSC's Updated Plans for SciTech Scity
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Doesn't the guy in charge of this failure of a museum which closes at 4 every day, make over 400k a year?!

Posted on: 3/18 15:51
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Re: Nor'Easter - March 14, 2017
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Well maybe you don't follow the weather. If you did, you would know that it is a science and there are protocols for making a forecast. NOAA computer guidance ensemble on late Sunday and early Monday showed the storm tracking 50 miles west. Now the narrative on the web site asserted that NOAA did not for some reason believe this. Yet, they posted for the first time, Blizzard warnings for northwest NJ and southern NY. This forecast was based on the new trajectory of the storm which would have the rain snow line right through NY city so that there would be no blizzard in NYC or Hudson County. ANd in fact, there was no blizzard. We got, instead, like eight inches of sleet. Tough stuff to shovel and tough stuff to take in the face. But it is an entirely different storm. Principally, it lacked 1. white out feature of blizzard which is very dangerous; 2. the drifting feature of a blizzard which is also dangerous. 3. the accumulation mark of a blizzard which is definitional. The civil authorities clearly overreacted- NOAA should have changed its forcast at noon on Monday. The blizzard warning should have been downgraded to a winter storm warning. NYC kids could have gone to school and the subways could have run, and it could have been legal to drive on the roads. Most things would have still been closed but it would not have been so hysterical. We're not DC for Pete's sake! So that is sort of fake news. Or at least NOAA not doing its job. I was actually kind of glad to hear it. I looked out at 3:00 am and saw that the snow was not sticking to the roads and wondered why when I opened NOAA it still said blizzard warning.

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NOAA Knew NYC Was Not Getting a Blizzard by Noon on Monday! Fake News?
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WASHINGTON (AP) -- Before the first snow fell, U.S. meteorologists realized there was a good chance the late-winter storm wasn't going to produce giant snow totals in big Northeast cities as predicted.

But they didn't change their forecasts because they said they didn't want to confuse the public.

National Weather Service meteorologists in Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington held a conference call Monday afternoon about computer models that dramatically cut predicted snow amounts. They decided to keep the super snowy warnings.

"Out of extreme caution we decided to stick with higher amounts," Greg Carbin, chief of forecast operations at the Weather Prediction Center in suburban Maryland, told The Associated Press. "I actually think in the overall scheme that the actions (by states and cities) taken in advance of the event were exceptional."

On Monday, the weather service predicted 18 to 24 inches of snow in New York City. By late Tuesday afternoon, Central Park was covered with a little more than 7 inches of snow with rain and sleet still falling. Other areas, including upstate New York and Connecticut, received more than a foot and a half of snow. Swaths of Pennsylvania were walloped by 20 to 30 inches of snow.

Carbin said a last-minute change downgrading snowfall totals might have given people the wrong message that the storm was no longer a threat. It still was, but real danger was from ice and sleet in places like New York City and Washington, he said.

Dramatically changing forecasts in what meteorologists call "the windshield wiper effect" only hurts the public, said Bob Henson, a meteorologist for the private Weather Underground.

Carbin stood by the decision.

"The nature of the beast is that there's always uncertainty in every forecast and we have to get better at describing that," Carbin said.

The right amount of precipitation fell, but it came down as rain and sleet because the rain-snow line moved inland, according to Carbin and private forecasters.

The rain-snow line is a 50 mile wide north-south swath where cold Arctic air from the north and west clashes with warm, moist air from the Atlantic. West of the snow line saw heavy snow while east had rain and sleet.

The snow line happens to center on New York City so it was a bigger deal than if the line had been over a rural area, said private meteorologist Ryan Maue of WeatherBell Analytics .

Private forecast outfits said the National Weather Service did a good job forecasting a tough storm despite the beating the federal agency took on social media.

"Overall the range of the forecast was very solid. It ended up being on the low end," Henson said. "I understand why people can be frustrated when the expectation is the big storm."

University of Georgia meteorology professor Marshall Shepherd, host of the television show "Weather Geeks," said the public focused too much on worst-case scenarios.

"The perception of 'bust' is that it didn't materialize for New York in the manner expected. Much of the expected snow fell as sleet," Shepherd said in an email. "To me, ice is a far greater hazard. If a pitcher throws a strike down the center of the plate or just off the outside corner, it's still a strike. "

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4 inches an hour!?
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Meanwhile...the threat for Blizzard conditions with 1 to 2 ft
of snow is high for the NYC metro...NE NJ...Lower Hudson Valley
and SW CT. Blizzard Warning has been issued for this area.
Coupled jet structure...approaching phased mid level shortwave
energy...and deep and strong frontogenetic forcing...interacting
with inflow of gulf/sub-tropical moisture points towards
intense snowfall rates late tonight and pivoting north through
early Tuesday afternoon. Fairly good operational model agreement
on 1 1/4 to 1 1/2 inches qpf...with locally up to 2 inches qpf.
Most of this falling in a 9 hr period! Snowfall rates of 2 to 4
inches per hour look likely in this area based on SPC SREF
strongly signaling potential for snowfall rates of 2 to 3 inches
per hour and the 3km experimental NAM showing still showing
potential for snowfall rates of 3-5 inches per hour
. Intense
comma head banding may linger over the western portions of the
cwa into the afternoon.

Strong Winds: Based on westward shift and stronger low
pressure...have expanded blizzard warning one zone grouping N &
W. Models showing potential for 35-45kt winds at 950 HPA into
much of NE NJ...Lower Hud...and S CT Tue morning/afternoon. This
should translate into several hours of 35 to 40 mph gusts with
heavy snow in these areas. These strong winds with heavy snow
will likely make travel nearly impossible Tuesday morning in
these areas with several roads becoming impassable. Winds fields
strengthen up to 50-60 kt at 950 HPA for eastern LI and far SE
CT at the same time...where potential exists for high wind gusts
of 50-60 mph. Duration of blizzard conditions across southern
and eastern coastal areas is tricky depending on changeover
time...but even here a few hours of whiteout conditions and
dangerous travel likely for the Tue morning commute.

Heavy snow and strongest winds should begin to wind down from sw to
ne late Tue/Tue evening as low pressure pulls east of New England.
Snow showers and gusty NW winds could lingers through Wednesday as
the phased upper low moves through.

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Re: Potential Nor'Easter next week with snow
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NOAA's latest for Monday:

Attention then shifts to an energy laced polar jet with Pacific
energy dropping down the front side of the upper ridge across
western Canada and into the Northern Plains early next week,
amplifying the upper trough across the Great Lakes and eastern
Canada. The last 24 hours the global models have all come into
better agreement with significant cyclogenesis off the Mid
Atlantic coast during the Tuesday into Wednesday timeframe. In
addition, with a cold high in place to the north, any
precipitation would likely be in the form of snow. There are
though differences in the magnitude and timing of the upper
trough, with the models ejecting a series of lows off the Mid
Atlantic coast Sunday through Tuesday. The question will be
whether a more consolidated upper trough, and deeper surface
low is close enough to the coast to bring a significant
snowstorm to the region Tuesday into early Wednesday. Systems
thus far this year have been more progressive in nature due to
the fast flow and lack of blocking. For the time, have mentioned
snow in the forecast Monday night into early Tuesday. Its much
too early to be specific with the details, but clearly something
to be watched.

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Re: Potential Nor'Easter next week with snow
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I'm confused reading the date and time on these zippy maps. MDM, can you enlighten?

Posted on: 3/9 9:51
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Re: Potential Nor'Easter next week with snow
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Yea!

I think the models are not in agreement for Monday/Tuesday. The Euro is usually more accurate right. The temp contrasts at this time of year can generate very intense storms.

MDM- where do you get your great maps?

Posted on: 3/8 16:12
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Re: Brick Haus Gym
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I've always found Club Metro adequate. Nothing fancy like Club H. Locker rooms a bit cramped. But the price is right and the managment is responsive.

Posted on: 3/7 11:36
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Re: Five Finger Discount - Jersey City documentary on PBS
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So true about this being a big city with a village mentality. I grew up at the shore, but whenever we met someone from Jersey City my parents would start yapping and it would always turn out that we all knew the same people. I moved here right after college in '88 (with some breaks), and somehow even with the massive turnover and a new transient element, what big guy says, is true- for a big city which is an integral part to the City, everyone seems to know everyone here (for better or worse).

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Re: FM BAR AND RESTAURANT
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Good luck!

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