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Re: Did the Census leave out part of Jersey City?
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So far i have gotten 2 for my own apartment, and 4 additional forms for random apartments all over my block.

Thanks USPS!

Posted on: 2010/4/2 16:55
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Re: Christie does not rule out raising NJ Transit fares on trains and buses ( No new gas tax )
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Gas taxes should go towards roads/bridges/tunnels. Increased costs for operating mass transit should come from user fees.


Except that when you raise fares more people drive instead of take mass transit, which leads to congested roads which means costly new highways. But that's okay because then the federal government will pay for most of the cost of the new highways, and the feds can just print more money when they need it.


The Fed shouldn't pay for the highways, but then, it doesn't a lot of things it shouldn't do.


you do realize the fed pays for highways the same way states do, with a gas tax..

http://www.api.org/statistics/fueltax ... _diesel_summary_pages.pdf


.. just saying

yes, you are correct everyone should pay a usage tax for whatever government service they consume. However increasing the cost of public transportation is a regressive tax, due to the nature of the service. Poorer people rely on public transportation disproportional more than middle to upper class people do. Thus in general an increase in the cost of public transportation will have a greater economic (reducing the disposable income of the poor who as is have very little margin between "making it" and not) impact on the states economy than raising the cost of private transportation (people who in general have the option of driving most likely have greater margins to deal with).

Posted on: 2010/1/13 4:05
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Re: My coffee maker broke!
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We use this at work, pretty much the best coffee i have ever had:

http://www.capresso.com/prod_super_f7.html



also first time i have seen the price... holy crap what a waste of money

Posted on: 2009/12/21 21:03
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Re: Anti-gay group plans protests in Jersey City
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Are you saying I'm trolling?


Yes, clearly your instigating ppl for no reason other than to be heard.

Posted on: 2009/10/20 13:41
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Re: Anti-gay group plans protests in Jersey City
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Clown nose, bro.


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Posted on: 2009/10/20 4:03
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Re: Furloughs coming for Jersey City workers; Mayor Healy to take pay cut
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When i read things like this i thing; finally govt workers are taking as big of a hit as the average worker. If you really delve into it, they arent at all. The NJ Govt worker is the highest paid, as the most generous package of any other public employee system in the US. Its better than most private sector jobs, and finally its coming back to bite these ppl.


take a look at this current serious about NJ taxes;

http://www.app.com/taxcrush

Posted on: 2009/9/30 2:27
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Re: Red paint on curbs
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try vigilante justice!!!!!! key the bastards!


or you know call the cops non emergency number..... either or

Posted on: 2009/9/29 2:09
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Re: 39:4-123 Improper Right And Left Turns-see Subsections
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hahahahahaha... you have got to be kidding me


ask/tell your parents, their insurance may be about to be going up

Posted on: 2009/9/18 2:46
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Re: Greenville: Paralyzed woman targets more than driver in civil suit - going after bar too.
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I am not a lawyer nor do i claim to have an insight into tort.

But doesnt speculating about compensating future dependence leave lawsuits such as this one open to near unlimited amounts? Also from my experiences her auto insurance/homeowners/etc etc will have un/under insured stipulations that will assist her further.

Correct me if i am wrong.

Posted on: 2009/8/26 23:10
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Re: Jersey Avenue Repaving Project
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Just a thought to improve safety, at the sacrifice of parking

In FL (only place i have seen them), they placed islands in the center of the roads causing divers to make slight turns and hence slow down.... just a thought

Posted on: 2009/8/26 16:13
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Re: What should Tiger do while in JC? Play tour guide.
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purjed wrote:
Anybody seen his yacht around? It's named Privacy.


i dont see it:

http://www.marinetraffic.com/ais/defa ... tery=25&zoom=2&level1=140

could not be showing up though...

Posted on: 2009/8/26 16:05
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Re: Atlantic City by Public????
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I looked at the schedules for the ACES train...and that thing takes way too long for not making any stops. Why in the heck would it take almost 3 hours????????????????????????????????????????????

That's not convenient at all. So you're not getting home until 5am? Why not just stay overnight, and park for free. So long as you're not going alone, and you can split on gas/tolls. Does this train drive 25 miles per hour?



THe reason it takes 3 hrs is the train has to go to Phillly first then to AC, there is no rail line that goes all the way down the coast. I actually throughly enjoyed ACES, AC on the other hand sucked...

Posted on: 2009/8/19 16:42
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Re: Aftermarket leather car interior?
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I had Toyota dealer do it in my car, they did an amazing job. My sister borrowed the car and ripped the leather in the first week (too kind of her) and they fixed it without a question.

Posted on: 2009/8/5 18:37
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Re: Trained Dog Attacking on 1st and Erie
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so does anybody know this asshat? short, bald, white or hispanic, with a large white dog and serious anger issues.


Is this the "dog-walker" who usually around the HC/HP neighborhood walking 4 or 5 husky looking dogs? He has anger issues!


Not a chance. Don't even start that rumor.


I have said "hi" to him, he has been nothing but cordial. The guy with the white Husky type dog does look similar...

Posted on: 2009/8/5 18:34
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Re: Trained Dog Attacking on 1st and Erie
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I, like the rest of you, see the owner and the dog walking in the evening. I wish i knew him, so i could kick him in the j%&k.

Posted on: 2009/8/5 17:51
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Re: Trained Dog Attacking on 1st and Erie
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That dog is beautiful, too bad some ahole has ruined it...

Posted on: 2009/8/5 17:40
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Re: New corsswalk on Erie
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These "new" cross walks can be found all over Bergen County. From what i have seen they have held up better than just pavement.

Posted on: 2009/8/3 16:22
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Re: Renovation Update: Lead found in Hamilton Park
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Before jumping to conclusions why dont we all wait for the rest of the samples to come back?

It could be very centralized to just where they happened to test (cant we be optimistic ppl?!!?)

Posted on: 2009/7/27 3:57
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Re: Save the Food Trucks of Jersey City
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I am all for competition (i know capitalism left this country long ago, circa 1935), but it must be a on level playing field if these trucks are not up to code, not being licensed properly, and so on down the list, there is no reason that they should be allowed to operate. If however they are, and stores are just bitter abt competition the brick and mortar places should suck it up.

Posted on: 2009/7/10 18:06
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Re: Bike Shop on Grove St?
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There is a whole thread abt it... try searching for more details.

I have been there a few times to get tubes, cliff bars, CO2, and other little things. They are nice guys, although selection is somewhat limited due to store space. Prices are all the advertised MSRP the company puts out, nothing surprising like other LBS's.

The 2009 Model Season is ending (or ended this week) and the 2010 are now being sent out. So maybe you can snag a deal somewhere!!!

Good Luck!

Posted on: 2009/7/6 16:21
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Re: 4th July Cruises from JC?
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Posted on: 2009/7/1 17:04
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Re: Mass Transit Ridership
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sure.. if you want to get technical

Posted on: 2009/7/1 14:47
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Re: Mass Transit Ridership
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Xerxes wrote:
Why isn't PATH counted among the rail systems linked in the first post?
Or for that matter, the New York Subway system?


Because the other rail systems are predominantly above ground while path/ny subway is predominantly below.

Posted on: 2009/7/1 14:00
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Re: Mass Transit Ridership
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nafco wrote:
Or how about the proposal to extend the Light Rail to the meadowlands? its embarrassing that NYC has no real mass transit to one if its major sporting arenas. There are apparently the occasional busses that run from the Port Authority, but they do nothing to alleviate the congestion of thousands of cars coming in and out of the stadium on game day. and it does nothing for the fans who live in NJ. It would be nice to be able to hop on a Light rail and go straight to the stadium to save a lot of time and money. And Im sure the ridiculous Xanadu complex could only benefit from more mass transit too.



THey are nearing completion of the NJT rail line to the meadowlands

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meadowlands_(NJT_station)

Posted on: 2009/6/30 23:01
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Re: Mass Transit Ridership
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I would love for them to put one up 6th street.. but thats just because i am too lazy to walk ALL the way down to Harsimus Cove/Newport stops.

Posted on: 2009/6/30 17:22
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Re: Mass Transit Ridership
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Riding back from work in Hoboken...i am riding on 700X25c tires blew out in a pot hole that did a number on my rim... again


thats why i am excited/waiting in anticipation of the bridge to yuppy (sp?) vill

Posted on: 2009/6/30 17:12
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Re: Mass Transit Ridership
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I ride it to work nearly every day (now that i broke another bike), i am a huge fan. So far it has been very clean, and on schedule.

Posted on: 2009/6/30 17:02
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Re: Ship just off the harbor at LSC
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I work for a ship owner so we use it to track our (esp when some Captain forgets to send an update... but dont get me started) and our competitors ships... its fun on a boring day.

http://www.aislive.com/

Posted on: 2009/6/29 20:00
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Re: Ship just off the harbor at LSC
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Not sure how he got it, but you can see any ship in the NY Harbor by checking the AIS system, a raido signal that all ships emmit to alert local authorities of their name, direction, call signs, flag etc etc

here is a free one for NY harbor:


http://aisserver.yachtmarine.com/US-NEWYORKHARBOR.html

Posted on: 2009/6/29 17:35
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Re: I Made the Streets of JC a Bit Safer
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Holy crap ppl, the guy did the right thing.. should he have let the guy drive off and assault someone else with his car?

Why does being an upstanding citizen suddenly get you accused of "assulting" a moron..

Posted on: 2009/6/29 15:29
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