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Re: 99 Ranch Market Grand Opening on 4/21 at 9am - 420 Grand Street
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You're going to want to shop there. I used to go to Ranch 99 all the time when I lived in CA. It's a great store to have access to again.

Posted on: 4/19 8:56
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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Listen, kids are sicker than ever. Cancer in kids is at all time high levels. Learning disorders are on the rise. Autism is spiking, especially among boys. The data doesn't lie.


Don't forget there are lies, damn lies, and statistics. The data can be manipulated to say whatever you want it to.

Posted on: 4/18 14:05
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Re: Anyone know of a peditrician who is anti-vaccine or vaccine neutral in JC?
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Learning disorders and Autism seem like they are on the rise, but that's because the definition of these has been expanded to include many more children. I'm almost 40 now, but if the Autism spectrum was as wide it is now, I would have been classified as Autistic for sure.

I haven't seen anyone bring this up yet, I may have missed it, but the biggest reason to get children vaccinated is at a certain percentage of vaccinated people we all have herd immunity. Yes small cases will pop up, but they won't turn into major outbreaks.

There are some people with legitimate reasons why they can not receive some vaccines. It's vaccinating everyone else that protects them I would just have a plan in place to home school your kids.

Posted on: 4/18 14:04
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Re: Another Dickinson Street Brawl - on Monday
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WORLD STAR!!

Posted on: 4/6 13:34
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Re: Gringos Taqueria - Coles Street
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I look forward to trying their tacos in 2 years when they open.

Posted on: 4/4 15:11
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Re: Commotion by Grove and Mercer Saturday Night
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everybody panic...the wolf packs are back.

Posted on: 4/3 9:56
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Re: Jury duty questions
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- The instructions said to call the night before after 5pm. What are the chances that I get dismissed at that point? - Slim to none. You will most likely need to show up.

- assuming I show up the day of - and assuming the lawyers don't like me as a potential juror, am I free to go? Or will I just get recycled as a potential juror for another case? - You will be sent back to the jury pool to wait for another case.

- Is this a minimum 2 day commitment? Or if I don't get chosen on the 1st day, I can go home and go on with my life? - If you are chosen to work a case, you would work that case. If you were chosen to work a case, but dismissed by the judge or lawyers, you go back to the jury pool. The last two times I did my jury duty they let us all go home after the first day saying there were no more cases on the schedule.

- Can I bring a work laptop to jury duty to do some work? - yes you can. There are little desks with outlets you can work at. There is also wi-fi. Get there early if you want one of those desks. They fill up fast.

Thanks in advance

Posted on: 3/23 10:57
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Re: Trump Pics Mega Thread
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Posted on: 3/9 19:57
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Re: Trump Pics Mega Thread
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Let's get this back on track.

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Posted on: 3/3 19:58
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Re: Trump Pics Mega Thread
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Re: Activists drape 'Refugees Welcome' banner on Statue of Liberty
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Posted on: 2/22 11:21
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Re: Trump Our New President
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They delayed putting a single species of Midwest bumblebee on the endangered list and he's canning the whole program? Is Chicken Little on the list as well?


Think again. Wouldn't want those pesky endangered species to get in the way of your new development. There's money to be made.

Posted on: 2/16 19:40
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Re: Trump Our New President
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JCMan8 - I understand your point perfectly, I just don't agree with it. Even if the situation you describe was reality, I still wouldn't paint all conservatives with such a broad brush. You may think it would fair to do so in that situation, but I would still argue it's never fair to do that.

Posted on: 2/3 16:19
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Yes I read it, but repeating yourself isn't going to make your case any stronger.

Posted on: 2/3 14:49
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Re: Trump Our New President
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You didn't understand my point. Please read my post again.

I understand your point perfectly, but when liberal mayors order their police to stand back and do nothing while violent liberals beat up Trump supporters, and liberal celebrities and the media say absolutely nothing about this, it is fair to paint the Left with the broad brush as being the party of violence.


I guess this is where we part ways then. I'm of the opinion that you would never use such a broad brush to talk about large groups of people. If you want to discuss specific examples, and instances, then I'm all for it, but you weaken your position by making such general statements.

Posted on: 2/3 14:37
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I agree with this one, obviously, in that the Left doesn't really denounce this behavior. More of a wink and nod.

But the point I'm making is that liberals in an actual position of power, like the mayors of the two cities I linked, actually ordered the cops to stand back and let the violent liberals beat up Trump supporters. Far worse, in my opinion, and the picture I linked speaks a thousand words.

http://m.imgur.com/l2kdhhz?r

So liberals belong to the party of violence. Individuals like Azul may well be opposed to the violence, but his party welcomes it.


You obviously know nothing about the left if this is what you really think. There are going to be violent extremists in nearly any group large enough. I agree, party leaders should be the ones to speak up against this kind of behavior. Then again, Republican leadership should also stand up to Trump.

From an Op-Ed I read today:

Many Republican members of Congress have made a Faustian bargain with Donald Trump. They don’t particularly admire him as a man, they don’t trust him as an administrator, they don’t agree with him on major issues, but they respect the grip he has on their voters, they hope he’ll sign their legislation and they certainly don’t want to be seen siding with the inflamed progressives or the hyperventilating media.

Their position was at least comprehensible: How many times in a lifetime does your party control all levers of power? When that happens you’re willing to tolerate a little Trumpian circus behavior in order to get things done. But if the last 10 days have made anything clear, it’s this: The Republican Fausts are in an untenable position. The deal they’ve struck with the devil comes at too high a price. It really will cost them their soul.

Posted on: 2/3 14:33
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Re: Trump Our New President
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I think you both missed my point. What I was trying to say is, you know that these violent protesters represent an extremely small portion of the people that have been protesting around the country. The overwhelming majority of protest Do I condone their behavior? Of course not. What they were doing is criminal, and they should be arrested and prosecuted to the fullest extend of the law. If I was there, I would have been denouncing it right then and there.

Next time try to be a little more open minded about things you disagree with, and try not to use such a broad brush. Otherwise people might get the wrong idea about you.

Posted on: 2/3 14:18
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Can you please stop lumping in the violent little children with the rest of the left? I know they are on the left, but it is an extreme view point not shared by most other liberals. Just like all conservatives are white supremacists and in the KKK.

You usually don't lower yourself to such tactics. I thought you were better than that.

Posted on: 2/3 12:52
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Re: Fulop state-of-the-city speech-a-thon kicks off Tuesday
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It's probably going to be 90% the same message, and then a little bit tailored for the specific ward he is speaking to.

Posted on: 2/3 11:53
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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It means we're up the creek without a paddle unless Yvonne can come to our rescue.

Posted on: 2/1 14:48
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Re: Trump Pics Mega Thread
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This is my new favorite follow on Twitter
https://twitter.com/TrumpDraws?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

He looks so proud of his drawings.

Posted on: 2/1 12:40
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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Hey cool! Me and JCMan8 agree on something.

Posted on: 1/31 21:53
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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I have read the executive order. The only "threat" it mentions is that the rest the world is going to hell, and that means scarry people are going to want to come to the USA. No specific threat. I've taken the liberty to post the actual text from the executive order that pertains to the "threat".

Numerous foreign-born individuals have been convicted or implicated in terrorism-related crimes since September 11, 2001, including foreign nationals who entered the United States after receiving visitor, student, or employment visas, or who entered through the United States refugee resettlement program. Deteriorating conditions in certain countries due to war, strife, disaster, and civil unrest increase the likelihood that terrorists will use any means possible to enter the United States. The United States must be vigilant during the visa-issuance process to ensure that those approved for admission do not intend to harm Americans and that they have no ties to terrorism.

In order to protect Americans, the United States must ensure that those admitted to this country do not bear hostile attitudes toward it and its founding principles. The United States cannot, and should not, admit those who do not support the Constitution, or those who would place violent ideologies over American law. In addition, the United States should not admit those who engage in acts of bigotry or hatred (including "honor" killings, other forms of violence against women, or the persecution of those who practice religions different from their own) or those who would oppress Americans of any race, gender, or sexual orientation.



Posted on: 1/31 20:55
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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What we did to Japanese American citizens during WW2 was constitutional; that doesn't mean we need to go down that road again.

We're supposed to be better than this. Ya know, shining city upon a hill, and all that jazz.

Posted on: 1/31 18:37
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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I think Yvonne is a little behind since this was already brought up by Monroe. Let's be clear with what happened after it was discovered that an Iraqi claiming to be a refugee was found out to be aiding the enemy during his time in Iraq. The US immediately re-screened ~58,000 refugees and their applications. This did cause a backlog in the application process for about 6 months. At no time did Iraqi's refugees ever stop coming though.

The refugee screen process overhaul is still what is used today, and so far as we we know, it has been working fine.

Posted on: 1/31 16:49
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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Considering that China still owns 6%-7% of our debt, I would say that we have a pretty convincing reason to stay in good graces with China, and we are stuck with them for the time being. I think my point is still valid.

As for the safe zones, it remains to be seen how well they would work. I ,of course, think that refugees would be safer anywhere but Syria, but who knows how well the international community would be able to protect people still living a war zone. There is also the potential problems Russia may have with setting up safe zones (i.e. fear of regime change).

I'm sure most liberals would still be up in arms about the immigration ban if it included any countries. They were certainly pretty against it during the campaign.

Posted on: 1/31 16:17
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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Perhaps "ally" is a bit much when it comes to China, but either way we need them to get along with us. Maybe Frenemy is a better term.

Posted on: 1/31 15:32
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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JCMan8 wrote:
This has been answered. These countries are our allies. It has nothing to do with Trump's business dealings, though there are many morons who lap up every conspiracy theory they can think of.

And btw, he made a deal with the Saudi King to support safe zones in the Middle East. I'm sure they will pay for them. That's where these refugees belong, not here where they will be a burden, cause crime (if Europe is any indication), and don't fit in.


While I have heard the argument that the countries not on the list are our allies, and taking that to the logical conclusion of we don't want to alienate our allies, it still doesn't make sense to me. Trump has shown he has no problem angering our allies. Just look at China and Mexico. I just don't know why, if you really wanted to make America safe, you wouldn't ban immigration from the countries where the actual terrorists, that actually commit acts of terror on US soil came from. We can sit here and argue the merits of this till we're all under 10 feet of water, but the reality is the rest of the civilized world sees this as a ban on Muslims. Perhaps more importantly, this will only go to help prove the point of the jihadists that America hates Islam.

Posted on: 1/31 14:32
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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Can you provide a link that says this? Many people are under the opposite impression. Trump himself said that he would give priority to Christian refugees trying to come to the US.

Posted on: 1/31 9:40
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Re: Jersey City rally in support of immigrants
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Yep, it's not a total ban on all Muslims. Just the Muslims from those particular countries. But don't worry if you're a Muslim from one of those countries; just say your a Christian and ol' Donny will let you right in.

I have still not seen anyone try to explain the rationale why someone, i.e. Christian or not Muslim, from those countries is okay to let in, but if you're a Muslim then you're banned. It's a religious test, and a ban on Muslims from certain countries no matter how you slice it. If it wasn't a Muslim ban, as you stated, everyone from the countries of concern would be banned.

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