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Re: A Couple of Poopers on Brunswick. Sunday Morning at 11:30 (2/4/18)
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Gayle got these photos from our neighbor.

This couple let each of their matching dogs (in matching sweaters) poop by our house. Neither looked up from their phones, or made any attempt at cleaning it up.

Sorry but no faces. If you know them, or see them, let them know we are on to them.

A Couple of Poopers on Brunswick.

Sunday Morning at 11:30 (2/4/18)

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That's pretty funny. What's your cross street on Brunswick? I think I've seen them around the Brunswick Garden before.


We are Downtown at 5th Street & Brunswick.

Posted on: 2/7 9:27
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A Couple of Poopers on Brunswick. Sunday Morning at 11:30 (2/4/18)
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Gayle got these photos from our neighbor.

This couple let each of their matching dogs (in matching sweaters) poop by our house. Neither looked up from their phones, or made any attempt at cleaning it up.

Sorry but no faces. If you know them, or see them, let them know we are on to them.

A Couple of Poopers on Brunswick.

Sunday Morning at 11:30 (2/4/18)

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Posted on: 2/5 15:22
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Re: JC Soup Swap!
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mle267 wrote:
People have asked...


Not here.

Posted on: 1/16 11:04
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Re: Two Black Folding Dahon Bikes Stolen Late Saturday night 7/15 (Newark & Brunswick)
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GrovePath wrote:
Sorry to hear this! I would worry that my Homeowners would go up. Oprah aren't you a Billionaire? But still...


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Oh that is true! Maybe I should just relaunch my show and give bikes away, either that or run for president in 2020.

I would take a nice long ride and think it over, but you know what happened.

Posted on: 2017/7/28 17:07
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Two Black Folding Dahon Bikes Stolen Late Saturday night 7/15 (Newark & Brunswick)
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Gayle & I had our two matching Black Folding Dahon Boardwalk Bikes Stolen Saturday (7/15) night / Sunday morning (Newark & Brunswick) they were hidden in our SUV. It was sometime after the Lucky 7 block party and the BikeJC lighted bike show, so it was very crowded downtown. If anyone saw anything please let us know. They also took 2 new 20" tires which might have made them stand out if on foot or pedal. Both bikes were custom upgraded to 3 speeds.


https://www.discountsporting.com/image ... an-B001UL5MQU-500x500.jpg

Gayle is not happy.


Posted on: 2017/7/17 13:34

Edited by Oprahsbunion on 2017/7/17 14:00:51
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Re: Storefronts on Newark Ave
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Do you have a different link, we can't get your link to work.

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new2jc wrote:
It is a nice storefront - more inside photos on link below.

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If anyone wants to open an office, gallery or a vintage store (or something else fun) here's a cheap space ($1195 per month /no broker's fee) Newark Ave & Monmouth. Only 5 blocks from Grove Street PATH subway station.

Please see my classified below or click my listing

https://newyork.craigslist.org/jsy/off/6140984385.html

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ONLY $1195 per month - Call or text 646.789.5990

Start lease after summer!

DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY STOREFRONT $1195

Currently an Art Gallery ( & has been for 4 years)
Great space -newly renovated -- perfect for Store or Office -- works well for either use!

Great boutique retail space in heart of Downtown. About 11' frontage on Newark Ave surrounded by the hippest places in JC and great foot traffic! Toy Store Next Door -- Office, Store or Gallery Space -- Will not last! Only Blocks from Grove Street PATH station

New large rack of NYC CitiBikes right across street!

STOREFRONT RIGHT NEAR WHITE EAGLE HALL (800 person performance venue) & NO Broker Fees

DOWNTOWN Jersey City -- WHOLE STOREFRONT / OFFICE -- ONLY $1195

Classic Storefront!
Lots of foot traffic
GREAT for Professional Office or Retail!
New Luxury Condo buildings going up all around!

Call or text 646.789.5990

https://newyork.craigslist.org/jsy/off/6140984385.html

Posted on: 2017/6/13 13:17
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Re: Storefronts on Newark Ave
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Maybe Gayle & I could use an office or a store, perhaps one that caters to Morton's neuroma.

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Again, if anyone wants to open a vintage store or something fun, we have a cheap space ($1195 per month /no broker's fee) at Newark & Monmouth.


Please see my classified below or click my listing

https://newyork.craigslist.org/jsy/off/6140984385.html

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ONLY $1195 per month - Call or text 646.789.5990

Start lease in October - after summer -- or perhaps even sooner if needed!

DOWNTOWN JERSEY CITY STOREFRONT $1195

Currently an Art Gallery ( & has been for 4 years)
Great space -newly renovated -- perfect for Store or Office -- works well for either use!

Great boutique retail space in heart of Downtown. About 11' frontage
on Newark Ave surrounded by the hippest places in JC and great foot
traffic! Toy Store Next Door -- Office, Store or Gallery Space -- Will
not last! Only Blocks from Grove Street PATH station

New large rack of NYC CitiBikes right across street!

STOREFRONT RIGHT NEAR WHITE EAGLE HALL (800 person performance venue) & NO Broker Fees
DOWNTOWN Jersey City -- WHOLE STOREFRONT / OFFICE -- ONLY $1195

Classic Storefront!
Lots of foot traffic
GREAT for Professional Office or Retail!
New Luxury Condo buildings going up all around!

Call or text 646.789.5990

https://newyork.craigslist.org/jsy/off/6140984385.html



Posted on: 2017/5/25 17:13
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Re: Downtown Dangerous Freight Trains -- Almost had a Spill Today.
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Train tankers should be kept away from schools and dense populations like Jersey City. There is too much of a chance of accidents or terrorism. I will see if Gayle can do a segment on this, if not I might need to get something going myself.

Posted on: 2016/4/25 14:26
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Re: Golden Cicada Closed?
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Welcome home Terry, we will sing again.

Posted on: 2016/4/2 10:48
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Re: Golden Cicada Closed?
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Gayle would never go, but Stedman and I well...

http://www.yelp.com/biz_photos/golden ... ct=raSdTgp1Ip9UG_3dUBPRzQ

Posted on: 2016/3/30 14:02
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Re: Gay couple looking to move back to Dwtn JC or Hoboken
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PH is super suburban, and that is what we love!

Posted on: 2016/3/29 15:47
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Re: We need your help in the village!
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...They also blighted all of the daytime parking spots with no parking on one side from Jan-April and the other from Feb-July, not to mention the 2 buildings that just came down on Brunswick between 2nd and 3rd and the CitiBike in front of Sen Hai. The parking czar is in full force when the construction doesn't have the streets closed off...


Parking under the turnpike would be a great idea.

Posted on: 2016/3/24 5:58
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Re: Down under the New Jersey Turnpike extension - recreational use?
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135jc wrote:
Parking would be nice.


What a great and needed idea, free parking for Downtown residents. I can give away free cars again!

Posted on: 2016/3/24 5:49
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Re: WORD Bookstore
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How do you get a ticket? I wanted to try and talk to him about a new show idea.

Posted on: 2016/3/11 16:46
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3D Printing in JC, NJ,or cheapest place in Manhattan?
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Anyone know of a 3D printing place in JC, NJ, or the cheapest place in Manhattan?

Posted on: 2016/2/7 16:39
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Re: Jersey City Man Is Arrested After Drone Hits Empire State Building
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Gayle thinks banning drones is just part of Homeland Security's attempt to safeguard the Statue of Liberty, Ellis island, the Train Station, along with the crowded group tour type of events. It is an attempt to disrupt any planning of any such attacks, but I asked her why since the park service now has internet user cams right on top of the Statue. Since she is on the news, she always thinks she's the expert on such things!

Posted on: 2016/2/5 11:08
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Re: Smith & Changs is now a We Works
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Bogart wrote:
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WhoElseCouldIBe wrote:
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Bogart wrote:
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Stop using it as an office …so inconsiderate, jeez… Gayle and I .. … it's not an office, it is a coffee shop where people go to relax, read… nobody wants to hear all your business, nobody cares, so rude !!!


Stop telling businesses how to run their business. Management obviously doesn't mind, so if you do, go somewhere else.



Management is entitled to hear what other customers think of their policies and potential customers who are not looking for an office environment are entitled to learn about what the place is like.


Feedback is fine. But the previous poster is acting like the customers are doing something wrong and that their vision of how the place should operate is correct. That's my issue with it.


If they are talking loudly on their cell phones in an otherwise quiet coffee shop, most people would think they are doing something wrong.


I am sorry, but I was just trying to get the word out that I lost weight on Weight Watchers while still eating bread!

Posted on: 2016/1/27 17:51
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Re: Smith & Changs is now a We Works
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Gayle and I have been using this as an office, just until my show starts up again. Yelp reviews are still very good.

http://www.yelp.com/biz/smith-and-cha ... neral-goods-jersey-city-2

Posted on: 2016/1/26 12:17
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Re: 135 phones stolen
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user1111 wrote:

Boost Mobile


Well named store.

Posted on: 2016/1/13 13:28
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Re: Eclectic Taste Grand Opening!
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Do you have any links with pictures? Gail might want something.

Posted on: 2015/10/28 19:16
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Re: Fulop Shuts Down PSEG in Jersey City
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Thanks Mayor! Please add 4th Street at Brunswick to that list.

Posted on: 2015/8/17 17:04
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Re: Any interest in an informal co-working space in JC?
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brewster wrote:
Noticed a work space for rent sign on the ex catholic school @ 7th & Brunswick. As a 30+ yr work at home freelancer, I sympathize with the desire to get out.


There's a woman in there that can help you get it out.

http://www.doodyfreegirl.com

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Posted on: 2015/7/28 10:41
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Re: Take a Minute & STOP the NJ BEAR HUNT
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If I put this on my OWN network do you think it would help?

Does anyone watch my network?

Posted on: 2015/7/5 18:30
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Re: Annoying Fireworks in village all week
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Call the police, it is crazy people hanging out on the roof of the 4 story building at 160 Brunswick, right above the old Scatuorchio & Son Funeral Home.

https://plus.google.com/105437100571735727905/about?gl=us&hl=en

This was crazy and woke me and Gayle.

Posted on: 2015/7/1 10:17
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Re: Smoke Damage to Rental Apartment
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Maybe you should talk to the people who live over Abbeys.

Posted on: 2015/3/2 21:58
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SUV flipped on it's top - Newark Ave at Brunswick - 10 pm tonight - Wednesday June 13th
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Newark Ave and Brunswick are both now closed to all traffic. There appears to be several cars involved - seems someone ran that light again! There are tons of police cars and fire trucks.

Gayle was very scared!

Posted on: 2012/6/13 22:41
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Re: Wonder Women 5: Ah, Motherland! exhibition at NJCU March 4 – March 26, 2010
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This sounds like something Gayle and I would really love!

LOVE!

Posted on: 2010/2/23 18:28
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Re: Pastors misused church funds -- $450,000 78-foot schooner now berthed in a Jersey City marina
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I wonder if they have any Disco nights?

Gayle and I would love it if my foot isn't hurting.


Posted on: 2009/8/11 11:51
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Re: New York Times: Smaller Building, Safer Bet? -- Picking your new condo in Jersey City!
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“Everyone seems to be within 10 years of the same age,” Mr. Reuter said. “Everyone is friends. There are parties back and forth. Right away, there was a sense of community that made me buoyed by my purchase.”


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I was buoyed by my purchase of new shoes.

Posted on: 2009/2/22 10:02
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Re: NY Times best-selling author James Arthur Ray is coming to town
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I had this guy on my show a year ago, millions tuned in to The Oprah Winfrey Show to learn the mystery of The Secret. Since the show aired, our message boards have been buzzing with people who want to know more. The Secret is defined as the law of attraction, which states that like attracts like. The concept says that the energy you put into the world—both good and bad—is exactly what comes back to you. This means you create the circumstances of your life with the choices you make every day.

To help answer your burning questions, two teachers of The Secret, James Arthur Ray and the Rev. Dr. Michael Beckwith, are back. Michael says he thinks The Secret is alluring because it helps people stop feeling like victims. "I think us talking about the law of attraction, talking about these universal spiritual principles, allows them to see that they can begin to govern their thoughts and their way of life," he says.

Sometimes I can't even believe how low I can stoop.

Posted on: 2009/1/27 15:45
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