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Re: Trump Our New President
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With Obama, Clinton, Lynch, Comey, Wasserman-Schultze, and Rice all knee deep in collusion it should be a fun few months.


And watch the Bernie Sanders / Wife scandal.... that would have been swept too as a professional courtesy if Hillary won. That gem has been lurking around in the weeds for awhile.

The higher education welfare industry... charge outrageous tuitions and "fees", put kids in debt for 1/2 a lifetime to fund a school that would be bankrupt if not for Bernie's wife committing fraud to keep the private little piggy bank solvent.

To top it off her husband is running around promising the students "free education" if you vote for Bernie. The populist family needs to pay for all their houses.


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Re: Trump Our New President
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Zucker and CNN are having a busy weekend... apparently in the future all fake news reports about Russia need to be signed off by him.

Another media source is saying that Sen. Hiawatha Warren's team is connected to the smear... I smell fear and desperation to keep a phony Russia/Trump story alive.

Do you suppose that is why some democrat leadership want to move on to real issues... and news?

https://www.buzzfeed.com/jimdalrymplei ... m=.opdN5LLNB8#.qkLWAVVWXE

Posted on: Yesterday 19:49
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Any wonder why after the "alleged" Russian hack of the DNC Network that Wasserman-Schultz did not want the FBI doing a proper forensic investigation?

What would they have found? The DNC paying antifa/brownshirt thugs to breakup Trump political rallies? Maybe more information on the 3 brother techies who were caught and fired?

Jeh Johnson said they refused to cooperate so instead the Obama Administration took the word that there was a Russian hack from another DNC consulting group.

Oh what a tangled web the democrats weave... when they practice to deceive. Damn that Hillary... if she only had not choked and gagged the election away, the coverup would have been perfect.

http://nypost.com/2017/06/24/inside-t ... behind-the-trump-dossier/


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Re: Trump Our New President
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You don't suppose CNN got played by Russian Intelligence... or does this fall in the category of fake news?

Certainly has the typical progressive deceptive style of news... put the big lie out there first and quietly apologize 24 hours later.

http://www.philly.com/philly/news/pol ... -and-russia-20170624.html

Posted on: 6/24 21:35
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Re: Come to City Hall this upcoming Wednesday to promote electric vehicle charging in JC #EVinJC
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Little did I know that my father (nor did he) was on the leading edge of electricity conservation when he used to run around the house yelling at my brother and sisters to turn the lights out when you leave a room.

He would yell "every light in the house is on... what do you kids think, electricity is free?" I am curious to know who pays for all these "free" charging stations?


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Hello,

Last City Council meeting an EV (electric vehicle) Zone was established in Jersey City - one of the first of its kind in the USA.

First St (between Marin and Provost) has a one-of-a-kind curbside EV charging hub with 19 spots for electric vehicles and EV car sharing via General Motors (Maven).
Through some of the Ordinances that will be heard next Wednesday, over half of these spots will be re-purposed, which will allow gas-powered vehicles to park as well.

With that said, we need the YOUR support to bring more electric vehicles and EV Zones to Jersey City - this can only be done by bringing in electric vehicle charging station infrastructure.
Today more than ever it is critical that we voice our opinions to promote and encourage reduction of greenhouse gas emissions!


Next Wednesday, June 28th at 6pm City Council is have a 2nd hearing as an opportunity for the public to speak up. If we come together to use our presence, voices & connections to let the city know the support for EVs in JC, we can be part of a movement that catapults the implementation of MORE EV stations, EV car sharing and EV ownership throughout JC.


Change is about the NOW. Here's how you can help:
1. SHARE this message with your friends and family. Start the conversation and educate them of our initiatives.
2. SHARE on social media & use #EVinJC
3. Participate and SHARE our Facebook Event to spread the word and see the movement in action
4. SIGN UP (join movement) to continue getting updates
5. SHOW UP @ City Hall, June 28th at 6pm -- Your presence is powerful (plus, we'll have free t-shirts!)
6. SPEAK UP @ City Hall, June 28th at 6pm -- Your VOICE is even more powerful. There will be opportunity to speak for up to 5 min to influence City officials about the support, demand, and/or need for #EVinJC

Posted on: 6/22 18:14
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Re: Trump Our New President
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With all due respect to your utopian global views there is no evidence that the world is moving closer into a "global society" We may be connect more quickly due to technology but the idea that countries will willingly surrender their national sovereignty is a pipe dream that has been in existence since before Wilson started the League of Nations.

The LoN starts and 20 years later we are in another world war. It's all about power, money and influence and those with it are not going to subject their national interests to the will of other countries. The United Nations is the perfect example... countries like Iran chairing Human Right Committees.

I do not know what the solution is to world peace, but there is a long way to go reaching that goal... best we can only hope for is that everyone plays nicely in the global sandbox.

BTW it is ironic that you ask the people that supported the Republican Platform and won the presidential election to now submit themselves to the will of the progressive platform? Why?

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This whole thread has devolved into something so absurd on so many levels. No amount of "MSM is fake news" or "MAGA" is going to convince the die hard supporters on either side. The world as a whole is moving towards being more inclusive and working as a global society. A lot of Trumps supporters feel left out, and they have every right to feel that way, but it's wrong to think that everyone else needs to change to fit their narrow minded view of the world. Instead I suggest that is is they who need to adapt to the new world they live in.

Whether you want to admit it or not, the good 'ol US of A is in a pretty bad spot right now. I understand how tough it can be to go from being the big kid on the block where everyone does what you say, to having to share your toys with everyone else. We are in a transitional period, and it's normal that there be a lot of chaos as we adapt to our new place in the global society. At the end of the day the question you need to answer for yourself is, do I want to be on the right or wrong side of history.

Posted on: 6/22 18:03
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Fat slob white guy duping his "fanboys" every day.

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Thought it was John Daly.

Posted on: 6/21 20:42
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Re: Trump Our New President
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It is nice that they finally have medical name for Trump Derangement Syndrome formerly known as TDS.... Hodgkinson's Disease!

Posted on: 6/21 19:46
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Re: Trump Our New President
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HARDLY unexpected. They elected a lily white woman who dresses like a grandma. The district is 70% white but that will be ending soon as white people slip into the minority across the country. This is simply the dying tantrum of scared white people. She wouldn't even mention the POTUS's name in her speech!!

Election results from presidential races:
Year Office Results
2000 President George W. Bush 68% - Al Gore 32%
2004 President George W. Bush 70% - John Kerry 29%
2008 President John McCain 62% - Barack Obama 37%
2012 President Mitt Romney 61% - Barack Obama 38%
2016 President Donald Trump 48% - Hillary Clinton 47%


Yes quite shock for the DNC... they should have contacted you before they pissed away $23Million of donor money.

You have a lot guts criticizing lily white women republicans after the last 30 years of Hillary... and on deck you have Hiawatha Warren from Massachusetts lololol

What is the definition of insanity???



Posted on: 6/21 19:43
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Regardless of where you sit in the political spectrum, you ought to be asking yourself why is the mainstream media so out of touch with the realities of the current political winds. All the way until yesterday, most outlets were predicting a loss for the Republicans that would show how support for Trump had eroded and which could be harbinger of more bad news and perhaps even the beginning of the end for his presidency. Despite a reported $23MM investment by the Democratic Party, their candidate still lost. If that kind of money can't secure an election victory, there should be some serious soul searching as to why that is, and how to fix that problem.

Now, today, much is being made about the fact that the margin of victory was slim (just a hair under 4%) and the meaning of that, but what is being ignored by most (but, surprisingly, it was highlighted by an NPR analyst) is the fact that Handel made a HUGE comeback after garnering under 20% of the general vote during the first round of voting that led to this runoff election.

Ultimately, why are CNN, NYT, and all these other news outlets, getting it so wrong in forecasting these elections? Why is the "Trump voter" so underestimated or improperly polled or missed? These are all questions that will gain more importance and urgency as the mid term elections approach.


Rachael Maddow hypothesized with bad weather that possibly suppressed the democrat turnout.... as if it was not raining on republicans.

Posted on: 6/21 13:46
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Wow... major electoral slap down of the democrats in GA tonight. The deplorables are at it again... time for the courts to step in and stop this miscarriage of free elections.

Wouldn't it be funny if the Russians did hack the elections in Georgia, the country, not the state by accident.

Posted on: 6/20 23:08
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Liberals - who are brainwashed by vicious lies from our traitorous mass media - have now resorted to trying to kill Republicans because they can't win elections.

"Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla., told Fox News he left just before the shooting. As he walked to his car, a man asked DeSantis if it was Republicans or Democrats practicing. About 3 minutes later, at around 7:15 a.m., the shooting began, DeSantis said. It reportedly lasted about 10 minutes.

Without the Capitol Hill police it would have been a massacre," Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., told Fox News, describing the scene as "sort of a killing field."

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/06/14/ ... multiple-people-shot.html


I saw one congressman from Texas crying. He was obviously traumatized and will probably have PTSD and need counseling but he'd cut Veteran's benefits tomorrow if he could.


You need to stop drinking late at night and sleep it off... Jerk

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Re: Trump Our New President
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I just heard that not only was this guy a Bernie supporter, he actually worked on the Sander's campaign. Maybe we need background checks for political workers?


What would that do? People need access to mental healthcare not acccess to firearms.


Took that right off a bumper sticker? If life could only be lived through Hallmark greeting cards and bumper stickers.

With all your attention riveted on the Portland incident, still have not seen you denounce the incident from this morning. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump did that sooner than you!

Posted on: 6/14 14:37
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Gun control has nothing to do with Kathy Griffith carrying around a severed POTUS head, or Caesar dressed as our POTUS being stabbed to death in Shakespeare in the Park.


Wow if those two incidents in which no one was actually harmed are so disturbing for you then you must be really upset about the victim in Portland who was killed trying to protect two Muslim girls from that racist lunatic. Right? Weird how our president barely mentioned those attacks but has you foaming at the mouth over a photograph and a play. I wonder why that is...


First, the lunatic out west was, like today's shooter, a Bernie fan. Next, our President didn't 'barely' mention it, he reacted quite strongly. Finally, I'm hardly frothing at the mouth. Other than that you're spot on, as usual!


And he hated Hilary, supported Trump, and clearly expressed alt right anti-Muslim views. You're holding onto the fact that at one point he supported Bernie even though his Facebook clearly shows he ended up ultimately supporting Trump. It took Trump three days to eventually tweet out a comment about it. That's a strong reaction to you? How so?


Hey Monroe- Bernie has already released a sincere and lengthy statement denouncing this guy compared to Trump taking an entire weekend to tweet. Just an FYI. I'm sure you'll ignore this post since it points out all the inaccuracies in the talking points you've been fed. :)


Once again strange response... I have yet to see you denounce the violent attack this morning yet you seem to be concerned only about who expressed condolences first after two violent incidents with no connection. Odd...

Posted on: 6/14 13:33
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Gun control has nothing to do with Kathy Griffith carrying around a severed POTUS head, or Caesar dressed as our POTUS being stabbed to death in Shakespeare in the Park.


Wow if those two incidents in which no one was actually harmed are so disturbing for you then you must be really upset about the victim in Portland who was killed trying to protect two Muslim girls from that racist lunatic. Right? Weird how our president barely mentioned those attacks but has you foaming at the mouth over a photograph and a play. I wonder why that is...


Strange response... interesting how you connect random dots and draw your odd conclusions or questions.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Perhaps you missed my sarcasm. I know the game. I was mocking Obama's "get tough" response to the the Russian hacking. Most people would agree that any technology security breach, particularly from a foreign government or traitors within our own requires a strong response. I would say Obama's was response was exactly as you described. And further demonstrate his light hand, shortly after he released the spy/traitor, what's his name, Private Manning?

Of course the progressives have taken this Russian Stealing The Election hacking premise to Alex Jones extreme paranoia level. The article even says that despite the 39 attempts and DHS mitigation, there was no hard evidence that Russia hacked the election and made DJT president.

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Dude, it's a game: we place spies on our embassy, and so do they. Expelling undercover spies posted as diplomats is admitting defeat. Play the fucking game, better side wins. No?

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The "liberal" Blomberg news agency is reporting that the Russian hacking is far more widespread than ever reported. But don't worry, I'm sure all you cowardly Trump fans will continue saying it was a non-issue.

https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/art ... tens-future-u-s-elections


And the Russians paid the price with those heavy sanctions Obama put on Russia. He booted 30 embassy staff and closed two known spy houses in MD and NY.

I think that was pretty good reaction for a guy that never considered Russia the #1 threat to peace in the world.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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The "liberal" Blomberg news agency is reporting that the Russian hacking is far more widespread than ever reported. But don't worry, I'm sure all you cowardly Trump fans will continue saying it was a non-issue.

https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/art ... tens-future-u-s-elections


And the Russians paid the price with those heavy sanctions Obama put on Russia. He booted 30 embassy staff and closed two known spy houses in MD and NY.

I think that was pretty good reaction for a guy that never considered Russia the #1 threat to peace in the world.


And Trump is giving the Russians back those two compounds. We see where his "loyalty" lies.


Would love to know where you picked up that bit of news... I believe those compounds had diplomatic status and belong to Russia... no matter, just another terrible geo-political risk/threat assessment by US progressives like Hillary, Kerry, Clapper, Brennan, Rice and Jarrett.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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The "liberal" Blomberg news agency is reporting that the Russian hacking is far more widespread than ever reported. But don't worry, I'm sure all you cowardly Trump fans will continue saying it was a non-issue.

https://www.bloomberg.com/politics/art ... tens-future-u-s-elections


And the Russians paid the price with those heavy sanctions Obama put on Russia. He booted 30 embassy staff and closed two known spy houses in MD and NY.

I think that was pretty good reaction for a guy that never considered Russia the #1 threat to peace in the world.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Comey said he took notes because he was afraid Trump would lie about their meetings-but hasn't shown us the notes, or said that Trump lied in those meetings. And Comey now claims to know Trump's intent re:Flynn, but couldn't understand Hillary's intent when she ballpeen hammered her Blackberry to destroy evidence? And he kowtowed to Lynch when she directly ordered him to call the criminal investigation a 'matter' but then ignored what he (felt) was Trump's hope that Flynn would get a bye. Wow, he obeys the AG but then disobeys (what he assumed) was an order from the POTUS? Some solider.


Emails are on the server. They wanted the phones/devices to make sure they weren't hacked. Destroying them is common practice. The FBI saw no crime.


The FBI were never granted access to the HRC campaign servers in Brooklyn... they took the word of a 3rd Party Tech Company who were responsible for the security of the servers.

Frankly the real DNC cover-up involves the three brothers who had government clearance, provided technical support to the DNC leadership and who the FBI know stole sensitive information from Wasserman Schultz and the other DNC hacks.

Convenient to keep the Russians on the hook.

Posted on: 6/12 19:53
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Hmmm Progressives... which way are the Comey trustworthy winds blowing now?

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In the matter of credibility, there's light years of difference between Trump and Comey

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Comey said he took notes because he was afraid Trump would lie about their meetings-but hasn't shown us the notes, or said that Trump lied in those meetings. And Comey now claims to know Trump's intent re:Flynn, but couldn't understand Hillary's intent when she ballpeen hammered her Blackberry to destroy evidence? And he kowtowed to Lynch when she directly ordered him to call the criminal investigation a 'matter' but then ignored what he (felt) was Trump's hope that Flynn would get a bye. Wow, he obeys the AG but then disobeys (what he assumed) was an order from the POTUS? Some solider.

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Do you suppose Comey has the meeting notes where Loretta Lynch told him not to use the phrase HRC Email Investigation.... but refer to it as a "email server matter"?

And what a coincidence that HRC and her leftist media rump swabs were using the same euphemism to describe what for anyone else would be called an investigation.

Remember how they finally got her to sit down and talk with her about her email server matter. I believe Comey personally handled that too because that is a personal service delivered by all FBI Director's to corrupt democrat presidential candidates. The democrat elites love their "white glove" FBI service.



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The minute Trump started trying to influence Comey he became a suspect in the eyes of the FBI. Comey was right to keep notes and Trump firing him was a way to defacto destroy evidence. Trump is his own worst enemy.

Posted on: 6/12 12:17
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Re: Trump Our New President
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Also called him a liar in an open forum.


Oh is this the guy that totally f'd up the Hillary email investigation, leaked his presidential meeting notes via a 3rd party to the press and when asked to produce that documentation, the Director of the FBI fearful of Trump claims he deleted evidence which could be used for impeachment.

And Trump should have kept this stand-up guy around why?

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Re: Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic - Liberty State Park June 3, 2017
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The good old days were when it was held on Governors Island. Pretty harmless event... a lot of pomp and pretension. Can't imagine any more damage than when NFL Super Bowl Party was there.... though that was held on snow and ice.


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Can we trade this corny event for the return of All Points West, please?

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Re: Trump Our New President
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Ah, it appears the Antifa have restarted this thread. Following the favorite leftist theme, it seems that the biggest block of disfranched voters in America are people who voted against Hillary. TDS is in full swing with impeachment talk and The Left in typical fashion continue to put off the average American with their Kathy Griffin antics.

Posted on: 6/1 5:37
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Re: Kites, parachutes, Coast Guard demos: Liberty State Park is place to be
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Re: Kites, parachutes, Coast Guard demos: Liberty State Park is place to be
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Yup we are really lucky...

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These air shows are an accident waiting to happen -- luckily a plane didn't crash into residential areas. Do it someplace away from cities!

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Re: Kites, parachutes, Coast Guard demos: Liberty State Park is place to be
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These types of accidents occasionally occur in training... this a very simple jump that went horribly wrong.

From media descriptions it sounds like the SEAL was thinking clearly and decided to free himself from his chute and take his chances with a water landing.

RIP. Salute to all the men and women who have served our country on this Memorial Day.

Posted on: 5/29 7:46
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Re: 2017 Primaries.
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I got my Voter Ballot and the stack of candidate pamphlets that have been carelessly tossed on my front steps for weeks.

I plan to cross off the ballot names from all the pamphlets collected and vote for any name not crossed out on my ballot.

Posted on: 5/28 17:21
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Re: How one author got to the bottom of dark family musings about her great-grandmother
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The author will be doing a book signing 4pm tomorrow Sunday May 21st Downtown J.C. at Casa Colombo Center for the Arts 380 Monmouth St. http://www.casacolombo.org/


Thanks for the tip... the PBS special and her book were great. Sounds like a great read with a nice serving of puttanesca and glass of hearty red vino.

Posted on: 5/21 7:25
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Re: Bicycle Theft Victims Unite
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I spent the extra on the Kryptonite NY Lock. I believe it came with an theft insurance plan. Also go the seat/wheel locks.

I am shocked someone was able to cut through the lock in the photo. Even making that cut, still have to be pretty strong to slip it off the frame etc.

I have not had an issue, but you never get the thought out of your head about your bike disappearing.

Posted on: 5/17 14:46
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