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Re: Downtown Jersey City Rap label drug bust, 23 arrests
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rogue segments of the music industry ...


which segments of the music industry are NOT rogue?

Posted on: 2007/3/20 17:54
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Re: 111 First Street - the teardown
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Ditto.

Posted on: 2007/2/14 20:10
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Re: Jersey City's Hal Turner -- 'HATE' Radio Host is Hacked.
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Ross_Ewage wrote:
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elgoodo wrote:
i don't find anything particularly funny about a guy who openly incites others to commit murder.

Which, from what I understand, is a much more serious crime than website-hacking.


So why hasn't the FBI picked him up?

Hal Turner is despicable to be sure, but he still has 1st amendment rights.

If CivicJC or JClist were being hacked by the HCDO (assuming they could find a no-bid contractor to do it), this would be the DoS story of the decade. But because it's some racist scumbag, it's ok?

Sorry folks, it doesn't work that way.


I didn't mean to say that what Hal Turner is doing was a crime. I don't know for sure if it is or it isn't, but I know that it probably is not. I said that MURDER was a crime - that he openly incites other to commit murder, which is obviously a far more serious offense than website hacking. I apologize if my phrasing was a little confusing.

Whatever. I'm not losing any sleep that poor Hal Turner can't broadcast his message of violence and hatred for a few days. I'm not losing any sleep that this will cost him money. If any of you guys wanna contribute to a fund to get his website up and running again in the name of free speech, more power to ya. Just don't ask me to contribute.

Posted on: 2007/1/8 19:38
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Re: Fight over closed area of Washington Street, now includes claim of racism by Paulus Hook Associa
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I would not vote for Sonia for dog catcher.

Posted on: 2006/12/26 2:18
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Re: Fight over closed area of Washington Street, now includes claim of racism by Paulus Hook Associa
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Stupid question: is Sonia Maldonado related to/married to Junior Maldonado?

Posted on: 2006/12/25 1:55
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Re: Fight over closed area of Washington Stree, now includes claims of racism by Paulus Hook Associa
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Kindelan wrote:
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JPhurst wrote:

The NWA has gotten absolutely desperate and is resorting to slinging mud at people when they don't get their way. It is disgraceful and pathetic.


Straight outta Compton, crazy #OOPS# named Ice Cube
From the gang called Niggaz With Attitudes
When I'm called off, I got a sawed off
Squeeze the trigger, and bodies are hauled off
You too, boy, if ya #OOPS# with me
The police are gonna hafta come and get me
Off yo ass, that's how I'm goin out
For the punk #OOPS#s that's showin out


Eazy is his name and the boy is commin'

Straight outta Compton is a brother that'll smother your mother
and make your sister think I love her
Dangerous--mother#%$#er raisin' hell
and if i ever get caught ...I make bail
see I don't give f&*k, that's the problem
I see a mother$&^%in' cop, I don't doge em
But I'm smart lay low creep a while
and when I see the punk pass....I smile

http://youtube.com/watch?v=xKWaww0RK8A&mode=related&search=


Straight outta Compton, another crazy ass #OOPS#
More punks I smoke, yo, my rep gets bigger
I'm a bad mother#OOPS# and you know this
But the #OOPS# ass #OOPS# don't show this
But I don't give a #OOPS#, I'ma make my snaps
If not from the records, from jackin the crops
Just like burglary, the definition is 'jackin'
And when illegally armed it's called 'packin'
Shoot a mother#OOPS# in a minute
I find a good piece o' #OOPS#, I go up in it
So if you're at a show in the front row
I'm a call you a #OOPS# or dirty-ass ho
You'll probably get mad like a #OOPS# is supposed to
But that shows me, slut, you're composed to
a crazy mutha#OOPS# from tha street
Attitude legit cause I'm tearin up #OOPS#

Posted on: 2006/12/24 3:03
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Re: Fight over closed area of Washington Street, now includes claim of racism by Paulus Hook Associa
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Kindelan wrote:
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bill wrote:
I just hope when they say its closed at 8pm, they block it off or something. Living in the area, Ihave already seen "insert your fear" people there at night and it would be even worse if a more secluded parking spot was available.


"Insert your fear"----Hey Bill what does that mean?
In fact, please explain the whole sentence because it doesn't make sense.


they've seen heights people there at night? dammit, i told fast eddie to stay away from there.

just kidding. i'm not actually afraid of fast eddie.

Posted on: 2006/12/24 2:30
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Re: 361 newark ave to triple in height
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NONdowntown wrote:
it's childish to think the issue is as simple as pro-development or anti-development, and it makes you sound as if you aren't capable of complex thought. which, maybe you aren't.


you're either with the developers, or with the terrorists!

Posted on: 2006/12/13 2:30
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Re: If You Lived Here, You’d Be Cool by Now -- New York Magazine (REPOST)
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i've lived here for over seven years and i'm not cool yet. i want my money back.

Posted on: 2006/12/4 15:22
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Re: Steven Fulop - Newark Avenue Update
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to my knowledge, there is no whole foods or starbucks on hoboken avenue.

re-naming is silly. ever hear of newark, DE? or newark, OH?

Posted on: 2006/11/20 20:18
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Re: New York magazine article on downtown Jersey City
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that was brewster. i can't take credit for that one.

perhaps mr. sternbergh can be the one to write that book.

Posted on: 2006/11/14 5:51
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Re: New York magazine article on downtown Jersey City
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Something tells me Mr. Sternbergh is getting more than he bargained for.

Tell us the truth - all you wanted to do was write a nice easy fluff piece, didn't you? And now you've really knocked around that bee's hive but good.

Posted on: 2006/11/14 5:47
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Re: New York magazine article on downtown Jersey City
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maybe it's like that kid with the shades in risky business. or remember when eminem had that army of "slim shady" lookalikes on the mtv awards? maybe they're like that. actually, i bet that's it.

Posted on: 2006/11/14 3:02
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Re: New York magazine article on downtown Jersey City
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exactly.

yeah, let's bring on that article. let's talk about this in print. let's see if city officials can't be embarrassed.

Posted on: 2006/11/13 23:52
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Re: New York magazine article on downtown Jersey City
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NYmag wrote:
In talking to people in JC about JC, two concerns keep coming up: a) rapid, unchecked development and b) crime. But these are paradoxical, no? I.e., if the crime is really that bad, it should keep the development (and influx) in check; or the influx will curb the crime (neighborhoods get nicer, etc.).


not when the developers are also criminals. heh heh.

Posted on: 2006/11/13 23:20
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Re: Downtown Jersey City -- as seen by college students - Rutgers Online
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and target is an integral part of our community? damn, we're worse off then i thought.

Posted on: 2006/11/13 21:30
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Re: Downtown Jersey City -- as seen by college students - Rutgers Online
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also, newport.

Posted on: 2006/11/13 21:27
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Re: New York magazine article on downtown Jersey City
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missa wrote:

do stockbrokers boogie?


i hope not.

Posted on: 2006/11/13 21:26
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Re: New York magazine article on downtown Jersey City
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missa wrote:
please don't write this article.

all the displaced midwesteners living in brooklyn will try to take our reasonable rent away :(


no they won't. they all have trust funds and they didn't come all the way from bumblefcuk, new mexico to tell all of their old friends that they now live in jersey city.

nah, it's the stockbrokers that we have to worry about.

Posted on: 2006/11/13 21:16
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Re: Downtown Jersey City -- as seen by college students - Rutgers Online
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GrovePath wrote:
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Here is another two articles from the "Newark Metro" -- Rutgers' Online magazine

http://www.newarkmetro.rutgers.edu/reports/display.php?id=66
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Gentrification in Downtown Jersey City
By Yaniv Gafner


this article was originally in the first issue of Downtown Jersey City magazine. looks like mr. gafner has been shopping it around.

Posted on: 2006/11/13 16:05
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Re: Downtown Jersey City Watch-Updates Thread
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bdlaw wrote:

I'm not trying to bust your chops (no pun intended) but I really would like to know the rationale behind this.


Purely a guess: Maybe because some people toss that word around without any indication that it is actually true. I'm talking about the word "gang" to indicate ACTUAL gang activity as opposed to simply referring a group of kids as a "gang". I'm sure (at least I hope) that the police keep tabs on any actual gang-related activity and most laypeople would not have that good a handle on what is actually gang-related vs ordinary troublemakers or non-gang-related crime.

Just a guess.

Posted on: 2006/10/30 23:42
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Re: As prices flatten in popular suburban areas, prices still surge upwards in Jersey's cities.
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RABBITRABBIT wrote:

Jennymayla is a ho and doesn't have the right plumbing in my books.


Ah, the fury of a Rabbit scorned.

Posted on: 2006/10/30 21:36
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Re: As prices flatten in popular suburban areas, prices still surge upwards in Jersey's cities.
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First Jennymayla cheats on RabbitRabbit with ErinMaiden. Now PhillyGirl is suspiciously chatting up JSalt after having been spotted flirting with jcpeace. This place is getting like 90210.

Posted on: 2006/10/30 20:12
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Re: The New York Times: Sinatra’s First, Freed at Last -- The Jersey City Years.
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CapnJon wrote:
i know we all love to romanticize that Sinatra was one of us... and sure, he was born here, but once he left, he never looked back.

a lovely quote from my Grandfather (who grew up with him) "Frank Sinatra was an asshole!"


damn talented asshole, though.

it is true - i've heard from many sources he made no secret of his disdain for his roots. it's funny how no one seemed to care and they romaticized him anyway. that kind of thing usually causes a huge backlash.

Posted on: 2006/10/23 21:48
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Re: Whole Foods sought for Downtown
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I may be a penniless renter loser, but I know that you guys are shooting yourselves in the foot with this "any development is good development" mindset. So does anyone else who has any kind of clue about what makes cities work.

Minnie - You know I like you, but I can't believe you just described Newport as "elegant."

Posted on: 2006/10/19 14:08
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Re: Cars blowing through stops signs-Hamilton Park Area
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alls i know is, people had better learn what stop signs mean quickly so we can get this thing out of here. this big expensive reminder takes away one street parking space.

Posted on: 2006/10/7 16:09
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Re: ummm.. did I see horses?
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just spotted them, 10:20pm sunday night, 10th street outside hamilton park ale house.

Posted on: 2006/10/2 4:01
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Re: ummm.. did I see horses?
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missa wrote:

is horse shooting a new sport that dave's sporting goods is trying to promote?


seems awwwwfuly coincidental, hmm...

Posted on: 2006/9/26 19:38
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Re: ummm.. did I see horses?
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jc_insomniac wrote:
Many of us complain about dog poop in parks and on the streets, and this dude lets his horse leave huge, steaming piles of sh!t and no one says anything?


they shoot horses, don't they?

Posted on: 2006/9/26 18:27
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Re: Ideas for Jersey City T-shirts
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Jersey City: Where Snow is still popular.

Posted on: 2006/9/25 21:03
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