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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Only a mental defective like you doesn’t know what an anarchy flag is. It’s like to be conservative means you need to mainline stupidity and lies.

Here, do a little reading:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National-anarchism

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National-anarchism has elicited skepticism and outright hostility from both left-wing and far-right critics.[5][6] Critics, including scholars, accuse national-anarchists of being nothing more than white nationalists who promote a communitarian and racialist form of ethnic and racial separatism while wanting the militant chic of calling themselves anarchists without the historical and philosophical baggage that accompanies such a claim, including the anti-racist egalitarian anarchist philosophy and the contributions of Jewish anarchists.


Nazi’s without organizational skills. Or, all of the upper Midwest militias.


Oh spare me the Wiki URL link. that bit of clever writing read like the unabomber manifesto... I am sure it was authored by a reliable source(s) attributing "reputable" left wing sources who clearly want to distance themselves from the Michigan lunatics types.

Getting back to a rational n proper perspective, your moronic defense of Antifa drivel started with your original post in which you claim not have seen one act of violence committed by Antifa. Your questionable threat assessment skills is understandable when Joe Biden says Antifa is not an ideology, but a movement.

I certainly understand that you would want to obfuscate your "moderate" anarchy sympathies from the crazies in Michigan. Kinda like dressing David Duke in a suit and tie and have him explain the kinder and gentler KKK message of hate.

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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That’s an anarchy flag, dipshit.


Let me connect the dots.... the jerk in the video was arrested and identified as the white supremist ringleader of the 13 Michigan whackos by the hysterical MSM. As you correctly pointed out... the flag in the background is antifa, Also look closely and notice this ginger lunatic has 3 inch black plugs through his ear lobes... hardly something a white supremacist boogeyman would do.

Watch this phony terror story fade away as the real story emerges about these crazy bastards. You can let go of your pearls now... he is one of yours.


Hahaha...thebigguy and his mistress Yvonne love to keep reguritating disproven lies. Show us this antifa flag pic you keep raving about.


LOL... Here you go dirtbag.. the ginger is definitely from your low-IQ gene pool. The flag on the wall, located over his shoulders. PapaSmear already confirmed it is there, even if he did not understand the context.

https://twitter.com/robbystarbuck/status/1314285414962925569

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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That’s an anarchy flag, dipshit.


Let me connect the dots.... the jerk in the video was arrested and identified as the white supremist ringleader of the 13 Michigan whackos by the hysterical MSM. As you correctly pointed out... the flag in the background is antifa, Also look closely and notice this ginger lunatic has 3 inch black plugs through his ear lobes... hardly something a white supremacist boogeyman would do.

Watch this phony terror story fade away as the real story emerges about these crazy bastards. You can let go of your pearls now... he is one of yours.

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Laughable hearing the democrats worrying about voter suppression when they are endorsing mail-in voting process. Looking at the primary numbers for rejected ballots, it is a certainty that more registered voters will be disenfranchised through this process, than in previous years.

For the volume of ballots to be counted, there are just to many opportunities for mial-in process failure, starting with voter error completing the ballot. Much of it will be a human error, but some will be outright illegal like this lazy mail carrier.

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/10/postal ... 100-election-ballots.html


And yet, the biggest issue will be Republicans trying to keep people from voting, with its supporters always being silent about it. From Abbott in TX only allowing one drop location for a county of five million, to them trying not to county anything that arrives after Election day, even if postmarked beforehand, due to them purposefully slowing down mail delivery.

Just hypocritical scum.


Read some of the stories of local problems. Ballots being dumped in NJ and democratic voter fraud in NYC. Pay attention!


And Republicans doing all they can to prevent people from voting... we can go over this over and over again.

Same with violence. I have yet to see a real Antifa act. Yet we see real acts of violence coming from the right. And then there's the attempt at kidnapping/killing of a Democratic governor.


Let me respond to my own comment, every soldier and every citizen that contributed to winnning WWII was effectively a member of Antifa. I guess they're all evil losers.


This is the ringleader of that kidnap conspiracy... notice the antifa flag in the background. You are worse than the MSM when you say you have yet to see an antifa act of violence.

https://twitter.com/robbystarbuck/status/1314285414962925569



Sure there may be idiots like him around, but he does not represent any liberal person I know. He's a radical extremist, and I certainly doubt he qualifies as a liberal.

And again, anti-fascist is a good thing. If you can't see that, there's no hope for you at all.


Sure there may be idiots like him around, but he does not represent any conservative person I know. He's a radical extremist, and I certainly doubt he qualifies as a conservative.

And again, anti-communist/anarchist is a good thing. If you can't see that, there's no hope for you at all.

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Laughable hearing the democrats worrying about voter suppression when they are endorsing mail-in voting process. Looking at the primary numbers for rejected ballots, it is a certainty that more registered voters will be disenfranchised through this process, than in previous years.

For the volume of ballots to be counted, there are just to many opportunities for mial-in process failure, starting with voter error completing the ballot. Much of it will be a human error, but some will be outright illegal like this lazy mail carrier.

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/10/postal ... 100-election-ballots.html


And yet, the biggest issue will be Republicans trying to keep people from voting, with its supporters always being silent about it. From Abbott in TX only allowing one drop location for a county of five million, to them trying not to county anything that arrives after Election day, even if postmarked beforehand, due to them purposefully slowing down mail delivery.

Just hypocritical scum.


Read some of the stories of local problems. Ballots being dumped in NJ and democratic voter fraud in NYC. Pay attention!


And Republicans doing all they can to prevent people from voting... we can go over this over and over again.

Same with violence. I have yet to see a real Antifa act. Yet we see real acts of violence coming from the right. And then there's the attempt at kidnapping/killing of a Democratic governor.


Let me respond to my own comment, every soldier and every citizen that contributed to winnning WWII was effectively a member of Antifa. I guess they're all evil losers.


This is the ringleader of that kidnap conspiracy... notice the antifa flag in the background. You are worse than the MSM when you say you have yet to see an antifa act of violence.

https://twitter.com/robbystarbuck/status/1314285414962925569

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Laughable hearing the democrats worrying about voter suppression when they are endorsing mail-in voting process. Looking at the primary numbers for rejected ballots, it is a certainty that more registered voters will be disenfranchised through this process, than in previous years.

For the volume of ballots to be counted, there are just to many opportunities for mial-in process failure, starting with voter error completing the ballot. Much of it will be a human error, but some will be outright illegal like this lazy mail carrier.

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/10/postal ... 100-election-ballots.html

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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The thing the article does not mention is that the provisional ballots will not be looked at till 10 days after the election. And from the sound of the plans it could take weeks to certify them. According to the "security" process Provo ballots will be compared to a master list of the mailed ballots to make sure the voter only voted once.

Unless Trump surprisingly wins NJ, this process will only affect down ballot elections and/or referendum questions. Can't wait to hear how the the local BoE's extracted voter data from the 3.6 million voter2ballot registration database into an excel spreadsheet file which had incorrectly set pivot tables, accidentally producing results that invalidated provo or mail in ballots. Think there will be a peaceful transition of power?



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Think you can vote by machine on Nov. 3? The Murphy administration doesn’t agree | Mulshine

Today 6:29 AM (10/8/2020)

By Paul Mulshine | Star-Ledger Columnist

The other day I asked my wife what she had done with the ballot she had received in the mail a week or so ago. She told me she threw it out. She thought it was a sample ballot.

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/10/thi ... oesnt-agree-mulshine.html

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Apparently you did not read the Mulshine Column. My 100K over/under (3%) includes voter/human error, like not signing a ballot and anything else that could go wrong with this process. Also includes local corruption like the Paterson case. A signature on a ballot does not mean the signee is the ballot addressee.

I have no doubt this state will go heavily Biden, it is the state wide or local elections/questions where timely certification will be a problem. Recounts and court cases are in our future... but one thing is for certain, the new gas tax hike starts on Thursday.

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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I hate it when people "romanticize" traditional voting practices (mocking a dopey comment(er) Mulshine perfectly summarizes the problems with the democrats' plan to protect voters from COVID which has a 00.0001% fatality rate.

No need to depend on vote ballot fraud when the sheer incompetence of Murphy and the NJ BoE plan will ensure that 100,000 votes (setting the over/under) will be invalidated. It will be months before we know the outcome of some local elections/ballot questions with NJ Court System deciding the final outcome for many contests.

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/09/i-w ... he-guv-says-mulshine.html

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Your silly comment speaks for itself... protect the criminals while continuing to ignore the real victims of crime. Can't wait for you to use the classic left wing 93/7 argument and that the murder of the little 7 year old girl at a illegal BLM roadblock in Atlanta was a "statistical anomaly" that should not distract from the annual thousands of murders committed by police against POC. I have seen heartless left wingers say that on a number of forums... none have ever had the guts to tell that to the little girl's family. Burn Baby Burn!



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Leave it to the democrats to think that the criminal/sociopath members of our society will save America. That also follows suit with their logic that supports murder, arson and looting in our streets for social justice while completely ignoring the violence perpetrated daily against innocent people by the criminals they seek to "empower" with the vote. Frankly, I doubt that 99% of these "new democrat voters" will even make the effort, so I am not sure all the anxiety is worth it.


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Keep writing those fat checks, Mayor Bloomberg. Democracy is at stake | Editorial

Today 7:00 AM (9-24-20)
By Star-Ledger Editorial Board

By an overwhelming majority, the people of Florida restored the voting rights of most felons in a 2018 ballot referendum, which allowed 775,000 people who had served their sentences to regain the franchise for the first time in decades.

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/09/kee ... s-at-stake-editorial.html


As always, zero regard for civil rights from Trumpy goons.

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Leave it to the democrats to think that the criminal/sociopath members of our society will save America. That also follows suit with their logic that supports murder, arson and looting in our streets for social justice while completely ignoring the violence perpetrated daily against innocent people by the criminals they seek to "empower" with the vote. Frankly, I doubt that 99% of these "new democrat voters" will even make the effort, so I am not sure all the anxiety is worth it.


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Keep writing those fat checks, Mayor Bloomberg. Democracy is at stake | Editorial

Today 7:00 AM (9-24-20)
By Star-Ledger Editorial Board

By an overwhelming majority, the people of Florida restored the voting rights of most felons in a 2018 ballot referendum, which allowed 775,000 people who had served their sentences to regain the franchise for the first time in decades.

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/09/kee ... s-at-stake-editorial.html

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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My ballot arrived today.... A large yellow and red envelope that looks like a piece of junk mail from the New Jersey Lottery You Have Won $1Million Contest. If I was not expecting a voters ballot, it would have gone right into the garbage can. Does not look anything like the Primary Ballot Envelope which I remember to be white, official looking.

Can't wait to see if the JC/State referendum questions are listed appropriately. Google Chrome/Virus Software made the DoE Site difficult, but I have no intention of going back there till April or May of 2021 when I hope all the ballots will be certified, counted, the State Electors are announced and we are ready to know the results of the ballot questions. What a CF this election is going to be.

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Wow.... that was interesting long drawn out experience on the NJ DoE site. Suggest everyone go out and check your voter/ballot status.

It says my November ballot was "issued" 9/14. I have not got it yet (9/22) Do you suppose the same USPS operational issues about the system strain collecting/mail processing ballots might be occurring with mail distribution out to voters?

Good thing I saved that DoE url so I can go back to the FAQ to see what I need to do to get a replacement? I love those romantic good ol' days when on election day, I could just walk two blocks to the neighborhood school, sign in, vote and never think twice about whether my vote was counted.

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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Not romanticizing the past... and certainly understand there are potential fraud risks using a tabulating vote machine, but I have more faith in a process where I can countersign a voter registration book and enter a booth to push buttons for my candidates in my own neighborhood. Not much more than standing in line today for a D&D Coffee and doughnut.

As opposed to taking 30+ minutes to comprehend the mail ballot voter instructions, finally make my mark, double check my work and walking over to Washington St. USPS branch to drop an envelope in a slot.

Seems to me making people use Provo Ballots heightens the pandemic risk you are worried about... people still need to be onsite for that messy process.... thanks for the voter ballot check link. I will certainly check it out, assuming they have finished counting the June Primary votes.

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You can track your ballot online:

https://www.nj.gov/state/elections/vote-track-my-ballot.shtml

And even in the past, with the old machines, you depended on 17-year-old volunteers to transcribe the vote counts by party to scantrons.

Don't romanticize the past just to make excuses for making it harder to vote in a pandemic. It puts elderly poll volunteers in danger.

And your identity is only on the outside envelope, not the inner one, so you still have a confidential vote.

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Re: Democratic Operative Exposes Voter Fraud (He Did it in Hudson County!)
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It is outrageous that JC In-Person Poll Voting will not be available by machine for abled bodied people... and your provisional ballot will not be counted until 10 Days After The Election.

There really seems to be something illegal about denying a JC citizen the right of traditional voting by machine. I have no idea if my primary ballot was ever counted... and a voter's right to confidentiality is completely violated with hard copy records.

https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/09/you ... them-quickly-quigley.html

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Re: Heads Up: Santander ATM Thefts Across State Today
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Adding to jerseymom's info....

From what I saw from last night’s news casts there is a bug in the Santander ATM system that is allowing one specific type of gift/debit card to continue to withdraw money even after an account is depleted. The word went out on social media that it could be done that is why it was so wide spread.


I wonder if that's a federal crime or a local charge?


Oh it absolutely is a federal crime... and I would think a pretty serious one(s), minimal bank fraud involving all the international credit card networks. Quite a scam with all the security controls typically put in place for these transactions. Have to wonder if there was some inside help on this... maybe a cloned bank ATM Settlement / Test Card with mag stripe data altered? Difficult to believe an OTC debit card did this because the money has to come from some account... put the machines into a maintenance mode/offline the network and continually cycle the cash dispenser module.?


Check out the arrests and charges here - just 3rd degree state stuff with a 3 to 5 max. And all the drug possession raps are disorderly offenses. Monmouth Co. Arrests


Good read... treating it nothing more than credit card fraud? I suspected something more sinister because in my mind the risk of stealing a few hundred dollars from a bank just did not seem worthwhile. Interesting NYC connections... for those that do not default, the possession charges will be dropped and the rest will plead out. Drug convictions can be so detrimental for future employment prospects. :)

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Re: Heads Up: Santander ATM Thefts Across State Today
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Adding to jerseymom's info....

From what I saw from last night’s news casts there is a bug in the Santander ATM system that is allowing one specific type of gift/debit card to continue to withdraw money even after an account is depleted. The word went out on social media that it could be done that is why it was so wide spread.


I wonder if that's a federal crime or a local charge?


Oh it absolutely is a federal crime... and I would think a pretty serious one(s), minimal bank fraud involving all the international credit card networks. Quite a scam with all the security controls typically put in place for these transactions. Have to wonder if there was some inside help on this... maybe a cloned bank ATM Settlement / Test Card with mag stripe data altered? Difficult to believe an OTC debit card did this because the money has to come from some account... put the machines into a maintenance mode/offline the network and continually cycle the cash dispenser module.?

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Releasing the Primary Mail-in Ballot Count
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I gave up after about a week trying to find out the final results of the NJ Primary Mail-in Ballot count, statewide and Hudson County. So it was interesting to see this news article describing "problems " Hudson County had certifying primary ballots.

What made me laugh out loud was the silly reporter's comment the Hudson County has "several months" to sort and fix the problem for a November election. The lesson is that if you want your vote to count in November, you need to go to a polling station and use the machine.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/07/not- ... -begins-for-november.html

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Re: Holy cow, warrant for council member issued
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Let's not forget The Jersey City BOE....

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Re: Fireworks Explosion Kills Man in Jersey City
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Curious why they will not release the name of this 33 year old man? Seems like the cops have more important things do? This should be turned over the the SJ/CO bureau for follow up.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/07/vict ... -man-authorities-say.html

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Re: 6 ft Distance ?
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Seems like a an appropriate time to call 911 for a community organizer or social worker. Or maybe Murphy can just broaden the mandate of the NJ Contact Tracer Corp with a shoot to kill directive?

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Re: Former Fulop ally Tom Bertoli hit with federal tax evasion charges
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Curious when Bertolli became "former" ... the word is in the headline and in the first paragraph but nowhere in the article that discusses the long relationship with the Mayor, does ist explain when/how the relationship ended? And the mayor's spokeperson had no comment.

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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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The worst thing these liberal media outlets did to themselves was to shutdown the commentary at the ends of stories and opinion pieces. The claim was to stop racism... so many legitimate vulgar free voices were silenced allegedly to protect people from some lunatic transcribing an all capitals racist manifesto. I smiled everytime I finished reading a story, wanted to comment, and instead saw SL pleas for readers to subscribe. Subscribe to something without a voice? Were they serious?

BTW did they ever find that poor little missing girl in southern NJ. (Dulce?) They shut down that story's comment section and every once in a while some reader would slip a comment about that into another story's comment section. A huge story that had people clicking, wanting too opine and they missed the boat on that story which was probably the end for many readers.

Hopefully they will follow through and keep opinion pieces very separate from news stories that do contain facts/information only.

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Re: Aftermath of the Jersey City street fight this past Wedenesday
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Here is the unedited version of what was going on before the JCPD showed up...

https://youtu.be/KGmzYQicts4

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Aftermath of the Jersey City street fight this past Wedenesday
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Shouldn't the anger at the JCPD response be directed at the 50+ individuals fighting in the street? Trying to disarm police officers in that chaos is not a smart move.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2020/05/we-a ... rce-in-tuesday-fight.html

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Re: The Pandemic's effect on the Jersey City and overall Urban Real Estate Market
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You really are a dope... this is my professional risk management background and I have seen this coming for 20 years. I worked alongside seasoned professionals for a Fortune 10 company with a prominent presence in Latin America, MEA and Asia. Supporting the company and employees, we responded to SARS, Fukishima, Swine Flu in Mexico, MERS and Ebola.

A year ago I designed and facilitated a TTX for NYC Operations using a planning scenario based on the measles epidemic in Brooklyn. I am currently active in a corporate ICS framework responding to this incident in a WFH scenario as planned.

The professional planners are not surprised. In 2005 modelling mortality rates for NYC using data from SARS and 1918, we knew there were not enough ICU beds or ventilators and working with NYC Public / OEM, they knew catastrophe was looming just managing the bodies. You think these refrigerated city trucks just appeared out of the clear blue?

Your political nonsense is boring...


Lemme get this right, you claim all this professional risk management background and that of course you saw this coming, but then get behind a ridiculous chinese lab theory? Who's a dope?



You are funny... that is what risk management, emergency preparation and root cause analysis is all about. Of course the expectation is that all parties are open to process improvement and resilience. I do not get that sense of cooperation from the benevolent Chinese government hence my more nefarious view of their behavior... here are some fun facts to mull over in your self-isolation:

Around 2005 in response to SARS, WHO issued pandemic response protocol to integrate governments and businesses into a uniformed response; that all came crashing down when the swine flu hit Mexico. certain escalation triggers between the linear protocol phases failed. WHO released the new Pandemic Continuum Phases which is cyclical. Staying away from politics, a lesson learned from this is that WHO ignored their own phase escalation criteria and finally declared a pandemic in March, despite the obvious evidence acting globally. Most public/private sector pandemic plans had that WHO pandemic declaration as a trigger.

A critical risk to the WFH contingency was whether the ISPs could manage the additional network volume. Those companies should be commended... after 5 weeks at home, I have seen very little degradation in my service. Companies tested this with internal WFH requirements... but the risk was what happens when schools close and other companies activate?

A lot of media consternation about PPE stockpiles. They cost money to maintain and many of the products have a shelf life. In 2005 the Health and Safety SMEs provided recommended PPE list to their clients. Our Purchasing Team reported back there were 3 - 4 month backorders on regular and N95 masks. All the major companies and public sector were buying. Ventilators brought then are obsolete now, like most technology.

We spent $3M preparing on PPE alone. 4 years later, refreshing our supply, we could not find any public health agency that would take masks sitting unused after 4 years. They technically became a biohazard as we contacted companies to remove them... then with economic conditions at the time, restocking was not a consideration.

So yes... watching this all unfold is interesting. We never did foresee the level political and media grandstanding. But it is a joy listening to the armchair experts. Stay Safe and Isolate!

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You really are a dope... this is my professional risk management background and I have seen this coming for 20 years. I worked alongside seasoned professionals for a Fortune 10 company with a prominent presence in Latin America, MEA and Asia. Supporting the company and employees, we responded to SARS, Fukishima, Swine Flu in Mexico, MERS and Ebola.

A year ago I designed and facilitated a TTX for NYC Operations using a planning scenario based on the measles epidemic in Brooklyn. I am currently active in a corporate ICS framework responding to this incident in a WFH scenario as planned.

The professional planners are not surprised. In 2005 modelling mortality rates for NYC using data from SARS and 1918, we knew there were not enough ICU beds or ventilators and working with NYC Public / OEM, they knew catastrophe was looming just managing the bodies. You think these refrigerated city trucks just appeared out of the clear blue?

Your political nonsense is boring...

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Your lack of cognitive ability is at least consistent. Pissing on your ridiculous conspiracy theories is not defending China's lack of openness or freedom in any respect.

What you're doing is insulting and denigrating science itself, consistent with your GOP brethren. Everyone from virologists and epidemiologists to Bill Gates has been warning this was coming for years. But when it comes, idiots like you need to be comforted by conspiracy theories because "no one saw this coming".

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LOL.... after the way the Chinese government behaved in this incident do you really believe their medical research is for the betterment of humanity? You must be very proud of how North Korea has had zero deaths.

There was a reason the Chinese government bounced the US media. And there is a reason they are publicly trying to deflect this on the US and the country's African population. They would blame it on the Uighers except they are all in concentration camps. You people defending China are amazingly stupid and dangerously naive.






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The Chinese government can deny all it wants... but their research was about bio-weaponizing viruses and this was a lab experiment that backfired. Like a rocket blowing up on a launchpad.


Yeah, except that actual virus scientists have been warning about corona virus transfers from the wild to humans for decades. They've seen close relatives of Covid 19 in the wild, and SARS was a such a close relative that some virologists call this SARS 2. But be a moron believing conspiracy theories, it suits you.

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LOL.... after the way the Chinese government behaved in this incident do you really believe their medical research is for the betterment of humanity? You must be very proud of how North Korea has had zero deaths.

There was a reason the Chinese government bounced the US media. And there is a reason they are publicly trying to deflect this on the US and the country's African population. They would blame it on the Uighers except they are all in concentration camps. You people defending China are amazingly stupid and dangerously naive.






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TheBigGuy wrote:
The Chinese government can deny all it wants... but their research was about bio-weaponizing viruses and this was a lab experiment that backfired. Like a rocket blowing up on a launchpad.


Yeah, except that actual virus scientists have been warning about corona virus transfers from the wild to humans for decades. They've seen close relatives of Covid 19 in the wild, and SARS was a such a close relative that some virologists call this SARS 2. But be a moron believing conspiracy theories, it suits you.

Posted on: 4/17 21:23
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Re: The Pandemic's effect on the Jersey City and overall Urban Real Estate Market
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Home away from home
Home away from home


The vaccine is only good for this virus strain.Typically the "seasonal" flu shot is good for only specific strains in October... by March/April of the following year, the virus has mutated and eventually burns out. This is about immunity systems and effective epidemic/pandemic control protocols.

The Chinese government can deny all it wants... but their research was about bio-weaponizing viruses and this was a lab experiment that backfired. Like a rocket blowing up on a launchpad. Now that the bad actors have reliable data, this changes everything and that is the new norm. That means large companies leaving NYC area and employees working remotely where possible.


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drifterx wrote:
Even 9/11 had lasting impacts on RE. People moved out of Manhattan near the buildings. Chinatown is shell of its former self as many of the businesses moved to Queens.

This is a whole new level. The key is the vaccine. Without it, you can kiss normal goodbye.

Posted on: 4/16 18:16
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Re: Councilman Michael Yun - Dead from Coronavirus
#30
Home away from home
Home away from home


Of course you would.... keeping it classy

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DouglasReynholm wrote:
I blame Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. This is why electing a competent president is SO IMPORTANT. Not a game show host.

Posted on: 4/9 10:03
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