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Re: What's going on with all the white t-shirts?
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LOL! You are certainly entitled to your feelings. But for what it is worth, thanks for reading it, blah blah blah.

Posted on: 2008/7/13 5:04
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Re: What's going on with all the white t-shirts?
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I think those women that like their men showing their ass need to check themselves. Thank god my bf does not do that, no matter how round and juicy his ass. I need to be with a man that I can take home to my parents, be with in public and feel confident that he can dress appropriately and not try drawing attention to himself. I am completely independent from my parents, but I have no doubt in my mind that my parents would never stand for me dating someone that purposely shows his ass. Why do some guys do that? Excuse me if I offend anyone, but I can only see a man wanting to show his ass to attract another man. And quite honestly I have mostly have straight and gay male friends that are completely turned off by it. As a straight man my bf is disgusted by it. My bf is a very friendly man, but he would literally walk away from a men that would degrade themselves by showing their ass. My bf would never stand for me dressing inappropriately and I certainly do not have the desire. Of course what you do behind closed doors is okay, but when you put that out in pubic, I am offended. I personally know absolutely no one that has admittedly found that attractive. There is nothing better than seeing a man that is appropriately well dressed and I can still see his how nice his ass is without him being so literal. When I see my bf in his jeans, I just want to rip them off his body, but behind closed doors. Seeing a man's ass in public takes the fun out of taking the clothes off.

Posted on: 2008/7/13 2:56
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Re: Nicole's on Jersey & Columbus Avenue
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Okay, UR. You convinced me to try Nicole's again. You make it sound so appetizing Maybe it was just an off day when I had their food.

Posted on: 2008/7/13 1:40
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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Thanks UR! I just did the reading. I am so glad that other people feel the same as me. Having a small one would be better than nothing at all, but if they are going to do it right, they would need to bring the WHOLE SHABANG!!! They would put every grocery store in the immediate area out of business. I can imagine the number of people that would come from NYC to shop at Wegman's. Hell, I wouldn't mind Wegman's being directly on the waterfront. They certainly deserve a place right there. And with a BIG ASS SIGN W E G M A N' S pointed directly at NYC.

Posted on: 2008/7/12 22:00
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Re: Whole Foods in JC?
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I think JC needs a Wegman's. I LOVE WEGMAN'S!!!!

Posted on: 2008/7/12 18:22
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Re: Parking in Hoboken
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Given the amount of development that has happened in hoboken, they did not plan well enough for vehicular traffic such as providing parking. Parking is a major part of the development in JC. Notice most new buildings going up has parking included...and many are open to the public...at a fee, of course.

Posted on: 2008/7/12 17:30
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Re: Parking in Hoboken
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Hoboken is notorious for having the worst street parking. I have gotten many tickets parking illegally. I have made u-turns, backed up almost an entire block and across an intersection, etc...because if you find a parking spot open and do not grab it in 2 seconds, someone else will get it. And all I wanted to do was buy a book from Barnes and Noble! With any luck you might find a parking spot when someone is pulling out if you are patient. And there still is no guarantee.

Thank goodness JC has learned from HOB mistakes.

Posted on: 2008/7/12 17:06
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Re: New 24-Hour Deli and Convenience Store Opens on Jersey Avenue
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Glad to hear you dig it. Not to get this thread too off topic, but do you know if any of the hotels in Downtown Jersey City offer decent breakfast or brunch buffets?


I have only been to one hotel in Jersey City and that is the Hyatt. Went to a party in one of the suites and drank at the bar a few times. Not sure if they offer breakfast or brunch. If you find someplace like that in downtown JC, let me know. Otherwise, I suggest going to Newark. It is a short drive and definitely worth it for the amazingly fresh food you get. Not downtown JC atmosphere, but the food was great!

Posted on: 2008/7/12 16:17
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Re: New 24-Hour Deli and Convenience Store Opens on Jersey Avenue
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UrbanRenewal wrote:
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CityGal wrote:
Hooray!!! I wish there was a 24-hour diner down here with a good atmosphere and great food within walking distance.


Brownstone Diner and Pancake Factory, at the corner of Jersey Avenue and Grand Street, is open from 6AM until 11PM seven days a week.

But sadly it's not open 24 hours (but I predict it will be someday). Have you ever been there? It's great!

For more information, go to BrownstoneDiner.com.


Yes, UR, I have been there several times recently. Always consistently good. Took my parents there when they came to visit back in the day before the old place was demolished. They loved it. Nothing like having a good hardy down home breakfast on an early Saturday or Sunday morning before spending the day shopping until you drop! I also find hotels a good place to have breakfast because they have buffets and cooks cooking you an omlet with anything you want right in front of you. I drove to the Marriot or Hilton in Newark with my bf one day on the recommendation of a buddy of ours. Although it was a hotel, it was quite pleasant. All you can eat too. The spread was big. My bf is a big ex-Navy muscular football jock that can put away an entire slab of bacon, a dozen eggs, a loaf of bread and a gallon of milk. I've never seen him so happy eating...food that is.

Posted on: 2008/7/12 11:42
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Re: Brownstone Diner and Pancake Factory Undergoing Major Expansion in Fall 2008
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GREAT FOOD!!! I wish it was open 24 hours.

Posted on: 2008/7/12 2:23
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Re: New 24-Hour Deli and Convenience Store Opens on Jersey Avenue
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Hooray!!! I wish there was a 24-hour diner down here with a good atmosphere and great food within walking distance. Me, my boyfriend and our friends quickly drive into the city sometimes late at night on our off days just to grad a bit to eat in a place with good food and a good atmosphere. The only downfall is risking it becoming a late night hangout spot when everything else is closed.

Posted on: 2008/7/12 0:18
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Re: Where are all the BJ shopping carts coming from?
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UrbanRenewal wrote:
My block got a Target one yesterday. To my knowledge, that was a first.


LOL!!! True.

Posted on: 2008/7/11 23:48
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Re: Nicole's on Jersey & Columbus Avenue
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Surprisingly enough, I think Golden Krust is better than Nicole's and Golden Krust is average.

I did have some amazing jerk chicken not too long ago. I raided my boyfriend's refrigerator one night and found some leftover food from some new place on Grove Street, but I forgot the name he told me. It was great! It had a Jamaican Soul Food flavor to me. The flavors were so strong I definitely needed some white rice to diffuse the intensity.

Posted on: 2008/7/11 23:35
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Re: Living in Hamilton Park
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radryan03 wrote:
I have lived in Hamilton Park for about 6 months - I like the area a lot and think it will only get better. The development of the old hospital is supposed to bring a wine shop and a nicer bar. There is also Hamilton Park Ale house - one of my favorite places to sit and have beer with friends.

I prefer walking to Grove Path over NP Path. Walking through the mall has its place during bad weather.


I still have not gotten use to the walk to both Path stations. It seems like such a far walk to both from Hamilton Park. Sometimes I get so lazy after work and take a taxi from Grove Street.

Posted on: 2008/7/11 17:03
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Re: Living in Hamilton Park
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I love it here. I was lucky to find a rent stabalized apartment that is in pretty good shape. I did not even know until last year unti my neighbor told me. My rent is so low and has not gone up. Not sure how to find a rent stabalized apartment, but if I got one, I am sure there are more out there.

Posted on: 2008/7/11 16:21
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Re: Abbey's Pub
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Even though I do not like the place, my friends wanted to go so I gave it another chance. Same thing happened agained. A fight broke out. I wish I was not there to see it, but I was. The guy with the girl was an a**hole. The guy with the girl hit some guy because he gave the girl a compliment. How stupid is that! The guy with the girl was clearly wrong.

I remember talking briefly to the guy that got hit first. He is harmless and such a nice guy too. I am glad he punched that other guy back. The fight should never have happened though.

Posted on: 2008/7/11 16:11
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Re: Abbey's Pub
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newlafayette wrote:
not that i am defending abbey's, but there were fights on that street long before that bar opened. that block seemed to attract jerks. we complained about the barge all the time when we lived there, but it never seemed to help. there was always trash & bread all over the sidewalk, shady characters, late night yelling...i don't know if it is just holding on to an old reputation or if it is fueled by the house on the corner being partially boarded up forever or what, but you should get on the neighborhood watch phone list and get a bunch of people to call the police every time something happens...the police will get sick of going to the same place over and over and maybe you can get it cleaned up.


I think you are right. I have seen things happen outside too and all around here, but specifically with Abbey's, they have their share of problems that make it a bad place to go if you want to have a fun time with no drama.

Posted on: 2008/7/4 17:27
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Re: Abbey's Pub
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Willy_Lopez is not dumb afterall. He is correct. It is an "OBVIOUS CHARACTER ASSESSMENT." I thank him for giving me the idea to write a book on this topic. Willie_Lopez will be my first and only case study in...HOW TO BE AN A**HOLE! And, I will give him full credit. Next, I would consider making it a board game called...PIN THE TAIL ON THE A**HOLE. The possibilities are endless.

I will waste no more time on W_L.

Finished.

Posted on: 2008/6/25 9:23
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Re: Abbey's Pub
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elvis wrote:
Yet another thoughtful and intelligent reply from Willie Lopez. Let's hear it for Willie for admitting that he wants to hit girls! You stay classy buddy.


It sounds like he has been scarred by a traumatic childhood experience. There is a good possibility that he is a product of growing up with domestic violence.

Posted on: 2008/6/24 7:21
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Re: Abbey's Pub
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GrovePath wrote:
That's not good! They need a bouncer or something.

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Longhorn wrote:
Abbey's needs to gain control of their customers. There are now domestic disturbances nearly every night taking place in the middle of the street, always loud and sometimes violent. It is getting completely out of hand. Once again the cops have to come here. 3 nights this week now and twice today.

This is on top of the drunk driving that has always gone on there.


From what I have witnessed, it appears that a male patron might get involved in breaking up a fight. It is good in a way because at least someone is willing to end any type of violence, but bad overall. Who the hell wants to go out at night to have a good time with friends and end up breaking up a fight because the owner and or management is too stupid and cheap to get a bouncer. What if the patron breaking up a fight gets hurt? I also feel sorry for the bartenders there. They are all female trying to maintain control of some *ucked up and violent person while trying to satisfy everyone else that is out to have a good time. I do not like going there with my boyfriend and friends. They are the type of men that will get involved in breaking up a fight. I don't want my boyfriend and friends possibly getting hurt. Something really bad is going to happen there one day. Just to let you know, anyone *ucks with my boyfriend and my friends, they will have pieces of glass stuck in their heads from me throwing my Corona at them...would you care for a lime with that *sshole?

Posted on: 2008/6/14 23:36
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Re: Abbey's Pub
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I don't feel safe there. I witnessed one act of violence from someone there and the next week I saw that same person there again. No one did anything. I avoid going there. It can be a nice place to go but at any moment it can change.

Posted on: 2008/6/13 23:44
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