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Re: NYPost: NYC's most litigious lady is from Jersey City -- "15 lawsuits since 2002"
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Don't blame this lady, Blame the system that allows for this crap to go on!

We can all thank the attorneys in this country for driving us down to the ground.

Want to know whay everyone pays through the nose for insurance and day to day products???

Just take a look at all the lawsuits in the local, state and fed courts.

Posted on: 2010/1/18 9:08
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Re: Jersey City's schools again do poorly on tests; Bayonne's do well
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Does this really shock anyone???? Come on....

Posted on: 2010/1/15 9:47
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Re: Healy cutting 4 fire companies, will shrink arson unit to help cope with a budget gap.
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I thought the arson unit shrunk once Manzo got a pair of steel bracelets as a gift??? OOOOOOOPS

Posted on: 2010/1/15 9:45
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Re: Red Hot Chili Peppers
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You should be able to find them in a produce store on Newark ave, near Little india between the blvd and summit ave.Thats where I last purchased some chilis.

Good Luck.

Posted on: 2010/1/13 10:02
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Re: Movies filmed in Jersey City
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Quote:

neverleft wrote:
-“Sid and Nancy” – if you want to see what DTJC was built on watch the last two minutes of the movie. Nice shot of the old Power House. (Wonder if the 2 little homies with the boombox were from JC)

-“The Wrestler” – scenes shot in the soon to be closed Acme over on Garfield. (wonder if the lady ordering the chicken was from JC, she was great)


Sid&Nancy, Great flick, and yes your right, the last 2 minutes of the movie's background is filled with what the DTJC waterfront use to look like before the developers got their hands on it.

Posted on: 2010/1/8 16:40
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Re: Christie warns cities: You can't look to Trenton for aid
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GrovePath wrote:
Consolidation is the answer!


Amen, agree 100%, too many people on the city and county payroll, a lot of the jobs can and should be consolidated, no reason why some municipalities should have a sheriffs office and police dept overlaping the same jurisdication.

Fire depts should be consolidated as well, it worked for the north hudson regional, why not for example the south hudson regional???

The cities and townd are going to have to make some tough decisions if they have any intention on surviving the times and if that means chopping heads off the payroll, well then Thats life.

Inefficiency in local govt should be the exception and not the standard!

Posted on: 2010/1/8 10:33
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Re: What to do about Neighbor who smokes in apartment
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MYBEAT wrote:
Theres nothing on the law books that suggests their breaking any laws and if anything, this may turn on you and they may seek suit if you continue to harrass them over their smoking habits.

Yes, there are attorneys who would entertain this.

You may want to move out.

Good Luck.


Nobody mentioned anything about laws being broken, and there certainly wasn't any mention of harrassment. But thanks for the help. Dick.


If you put something stupid out there, be ready for a reply!

LSR!!!

Posted on: 2010/1/8 9:45
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Re: What to do about Neighbor who smokes in apartment
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1stStGuy wrote:
So we are having this problem with our downstairs neighbor. The building we are in is obviously up there in age, and there a lot of gaps in the hardwood floors. The downstairs tenants smoke constantly all night when they are home, and it FILLS our apt. It stinks to high hell. They've been approached by both ourselves and the landlord and have informed them about the situation, but it appears they couldn't care less. It's starting to affect our health and comfort at home.

Other than an air purifier that costs several hundred dollars, any have any ideas?


Theres nothing on the law books that suggests their breaking any laws and if anything, this may turn on you and they may seek suit if you continue to harrass them over their smoking habits.

Yes, there are attorneys who would entertain this.

You may want to move out.

Good Luck.

Posted on: 2010/1/8 9:21
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Re: Heights: Carjacker leavesNewark woman on road in her underwear
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Thankfully this lowlife let her go without harming her...

Posted on: 2010/1/6 8:32
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Re: Gerald McCann involved in Rutherford’s vicious legal dispute over who really won in November
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You got to love Gerry.....lol lol

Posted on: 2010/1/6 8:29
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Re: Decent bars in the Heights?
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Try Renato's Italian Restaurant on Cambrige Ave. in the Heights. It's actually in the back of Pizza Masters on Central Ave. next to the Police Station. The prices are very reasonable and the veal francese is terrific. It gets crowded on a Friday night, they do have a parking lot as well. You'll usually run into a familar face. Also it's Italian owned.


This thread is about "BARS" not restaurants.....

Your excused for your senior moment....

Posted on: 2010/1/3 21:14
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Re: Decent bars in the Heights?
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Unfortunatley....None...

Posted on: 2010/1/1 12:38
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Re: Heights/ Ringside Lounge: Man killed by a bullet to his forehead while playing cards in back room
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This place is a complete dump!
If anyone has ever been near by after 11 pm, you'll know exactly what I'm trying to convey.

Its a shame that it takes a loss of life for this dive to get some attention and hopefully bring it to a close once and for all...

Posted on: 2010/1/1 12:37
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Re: Cops wrestle air rifle from Jersey City Heights man who 'wanted to die,' police say
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No, they shouldn't have, but that's what he wanted. Then there would have been a huge lawsuit against the city, and other beaureacratic bullshit.

They did the right thing.


Get real, they(jcpd) would have had 100% justification in doing so.
Put yrself in their shoes your walking into a violent situation and someone puts the barrel of a gun in yr face, theres no court in this country that would vote in favor of the perp!

Thats one lucky ass dude!!

Posted on: 2009/12/29 12:40
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Re: My coffee maker broke!
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You can take all those fancy/smancy coffee makers and throw them out.

Go out and purchase yourself a perculator and you'll never go back to any of those other wannabees....

Good Luck.

Posted on: 2009/12/21 17:49
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Re: New Jersey drug dealers get a civil rights victory
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Wow, first we get rid of the death penalty,and now we're
giving all the drug dealers a license to deal drugs right in front of a school.

Why don't we just put the signs out an invite every criminal element to live amongst us, I can see it now"Come to NJ , The Thug state".....

No wonder this state is the laughing stock of the nation...

What a joke!

Posted on: 2009/12/13 12:09
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Re: Cristie and what he'll do to NJ
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Christie won't get much done; I doubt he'll even have much of an impact on coruption. People will be ready for the Democrats in 4 or 8 years.


Thats why we need a legitimate 3rd party in this country, because its the old, your tired of the repub's so lets go vote Dem, bottom line pick your poison.

Nonetheless, I think and want to believe that Christie will have a positive impact.

Posted on: 2009/12/12 17:55
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Re: Cristie and what he'll do to NJ
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I've had enough and I'm voting with my feet. I'm moving to Stamford, Connecticut. Lower taxes, marriage equality and easy commute to NYC.

I'm fed up with the broken promises of the NJ Dems and the I fear what NJ will become with a Republican governor, especially one who can't see that marriage equality is a civil rights issue.

Vote with your feet!!!!


A.Marriage is something sacred between a Man and Woman!, if your looking for a meal ticket on the backs of the allready tax burdened citizen thats just outright disgusting!

B.This election was not won because of political lines, but rather because enough people are fed up with the BS thats been going on on this state forever!!!, i.e. all these scumbags that got caught with their hands in the cookie jar, just scratches the surface of how corrupt this state is and therefore why someone like Christie will be a breath of fresh air, will he be the states savior>????? Huhm, probably not, but he will put a system in place that will make the politicians accountable for their actions and big time!

His plan to audit all the school boards will be huge, wait and see how many rats get smoked out the system when this comes into play, can't wait to see!!!

C.As for counties like Hudson, camden, essex, these are traditional corrupt filled strong holds, no secret to anyone by any stretch of the imagination and therefore will feel the wrath even greater and the good people of these counties can thank their elected officials who have screwed them bigtime!!

Cheers

Posted on: 2009/12/12 13:35
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Re: Sheriff's Office employee saw arrests & began telling people on line for Welfare Department to l
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i was actually in court for an unrelated matter one day, when a few local inmates came in for their hearing. i expected them to be felons... weapons, drugs, etc. nope, they were all arrested for failure to pay child support.

now, the guys havent been working for whatever reason (poor education, bad economy, etc). they hadn't paid their child support. so the answer is to jail them so that they have even more trouble finding a job afterward?

didnt they outlaw that years ago? putting you in jail and fining you X $, and not releasing you until you paid up? um hello would you pay if youre in jail?

can't say i agree with what the cleaning guy did though. it would be one thing if all those potentially about to be arrested were non-violent criminals.. but what if there was a murderer or rapist in that bunch? or drug dealer?


They should of all thought about this, before they decided to bring another life into this world.

Ignorance is not an excuse.

Posted on: 2009/12/11 13:05
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Re: IRON MONKEY
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Say what you will but the Iron Monkey has outlasted most of its competition in and around the area which in the food and Bev industry is considered a Miracle.

I've been hanging there on and off for the past 11 plus years as well and take my hat off to this establishment constantly trying to re-invent itself iregardless of success or
failure at that moment.

Posted on: 2009/12/8 14:11
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Re: IRON MONKEY
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The previous posts just prove how some of you are really wound tight!

Doesn't take much to set most of you off, take a breath enjoy life and don't take yourself too serious.

I can see how ya'll don't get out much......


Cheers

Posted on: 2009/12/7 14:19
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Re: Another guilty plea: Kin see ex-candidate, Michael Manzo, plead guilty to taking $5G from informant
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"He's decent, a very good guy who made a mistake,"

sounds like what you hear from the family after some thug gets busted. everyone is such a great guy...until they get caught.


Ditto, Everyone is a great person and family member after they caught, lets not forget the facts in this case.

Food for thought, Just think how much they actually got away with before all of this went down???

This guy should get the max considering he was in a position of Law enforcement.

Food for thought!!!

LET EM ROT!!!

Posted on: 2009/12/3 18:26
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Re: Another guilty plea: Kin see ex-candidate, Michael Manzo, plead guilty to taking $5G from informant
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And they all fall down!!!

Posted on: 2009/12/3 16:33
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Re: gangbangers & reese's?
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Then they went after some indian family, were pretty nice at the beginning, but when the indians ignored him, he started cursing, the poor lady was almost running to get away lol

I notice this a lot. The Asian Indian imigrants seem to tune out everything around them. When danger lurks they ignore all fore warnings but when tragedy strikes they cry wolf. While in Shop Rite I was passing one up with my shopping cart nearly hit her because she wouldn't move when alerted. I believe they (Indians) think the beeps, bells, horns, and hollers are just the crazy American kids, kooks, and nut heads acting stupid. Also why don't they walk on side"walks" ?? Streets are for cars !


Cuz, they don't have sidewalks back home and therefore share the path with cars and cows.....

Posted on: 2009/12/1 9:54
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Re: gangbangers & reese's?
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That's right, we should give them money for over-priced candy so that they don't mug, rape or kill us. Makes sense.


What doesn't make sense is your Rant!

Posted on: 2009/12/1 9:53
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Re: gangbangers & reese's?
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I'd rather them selling chocolate, than drugs or worse mugging someone.

Come on people, totally harmless, even if its not going to charity.

Posted on: 2009/11/29 20:18
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Re: sourcing ingredients in or around JC
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Try fareway in Paramus or Whole foods in Edgewater, since you have a car, both these places aren't too far from JC.

Good Luck.

Posted on: 2009/11/28 10:50
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Re: Heights chase: Felons spotted by police in an SUV with tinted windows, then...
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marybarr wrote:
Okay, these particular guys sound stupid BUT marijuana? If they didn't have a gun all the police would have gotten for a dangerous chase that could have killed pedestrians and themselves was a bag of OMG marijuana. Meanwhile folk were jumping off bridges and beating thier wives and shooting folk in the leg and.........


I'm convinced your stupid!

Posted on: 2009/11/28 10:32
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Re: illegal gambling den & brothel in downtown?
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Support the Local Economy.

Posted on: 2009/11/27 18:06
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Re: HC Corrections Officer's Son Who Brought Community Together Dies
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parkman wrote:
This should put all our petty grievances in perspective. My heart goes out to his family.


100% WITH YOU!

Posted on: 2009/11/25 16:41
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