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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Yea, these are reliable sources. What a raving lunatic

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New York Man Dies 25 Minutes After Receiving COVID Vaccine
https://www.ibtimes.com/new-york-man-d ... ing-covid-vaccine-3140382

Certified Occupational Therapist Whistleblower: More Patients are Dying from the Vaccine than COVID
https://rumble.com/vl0flw-certified-oc ... ients-are-dying-from.html

How Many Have Died From COVID Vaccines?
https://undercurrents723949620.wordpre ... died-from-covid-vaccines/

Posted on: 8/26 19:02
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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The reality is Republican Judges are enforcing vaccine mandates. Once there's even an emergency approval for vaccine for children under 12, parents will have little choice.

I don't see how DeathSantis' mandates can survive judicial review when Republican Judges are enforcing vaccine mandates.

Posted on: 8/14 12:08
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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US Supreme Court Justice Amy Barrett denies request to block University Mask Mandate

https://www.cnn.com/2021/08/12/politic ... accine-mandate/index.html

Posted on: 8/13 12:45
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Posted on: 8/13 12:11
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Posted on: 8/13 12:03
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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815 Doctors Push Deathsantis to lift his anti mask law.

https://www.businessinsider.com/815-fl ... hool-anti-mask-law-2021-8

Posted on: 8/12 22:11
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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The motion was denied.

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Federal Lawsuit Seeks Immediate Halt of COVID Vaccines, Cites Whistleblower Testimony Claiming CDC Is Under-Counting Vaccine Deaths

America’s Frontline Doctors (AFLDS) filed a motion July 19, seeking immediate injunctive relief in Alabama Federal District Court to stop the use of Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) COVID vaccines — Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna and Johnson & Johnson (J&J) — for three groups of Americans.

According to a press release, AFLDS is asking to immediately stop administration of experimental COVID vaccines in anyone 18 and younger, all those who have recovered from COVID and acquired natural immunity, and every other American who has not received informed consent as defined by federal law.

The 67-page motion requests the judge issue a preliminary injunction pursuant to § 360bbb–3(b)(1)(C) for the following reasons:

There is no emergency, which is a prerequisite to issuing EUA and EUA renewals for COVID vaccines.
There is “no serious or life-threatening disease or condition.”
Vaccines do not diagnose, treat or prevent SARS-CoV-2 or COVID.
Known and potential risks of the vaccine outweigh their known and potential benefits.
There are adequate, approved and available alternatives to vaccines.
Healthcare professionals and vaccine candidates are not adequately informed.

https://films.aflds.org

https://rumble.com/vjcaxl-protectthech ... cal-lawsuit-for-life.html

Posted on: 8/11 19:57
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Re: Music Program for Latin Mass at Our Lady of Sorrows, Clerk Street,
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Posted on: 7/22 20:25
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Of course COVID19 causes heart inflammation and other problems. But hey indulge yourself in your lunacy. Just don't cry when someone you know and love dies.

Posted on: 6/24 13:02
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Actually, none of that is correct. His e-mails support no such claim. Before you posted that you should have cited the exact e-mails that support this ridiculous claim. The e-mails are all publicly available. [quote]
TheBigGuy wrote:
Real nice... Fauci and his NIH gave US tax dollars to the Wuhan Lab to do this gain of function research with this virus. The US helped create this virus and then he proceeded to cover up our participation in this activity, including sending one of his NIH coconspirators with the WHO team that made the declaration that the virus genome was created by nature and not lab made.

It is all confirmed in his emails that were made public. ... your admiration is misplaced and at the moment, this is no reflection on Biden. Fauci was funding research that was ethically banned by legitimate researchers but not the CCP. We have a right to know what was motivating his

Posted on: 6/22 12:00
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Fauci is someone I will always admire. He did an incredibly job despite an especially unstable and destructive leadership. The GOP is trying to put negative attention Fauci because they have nothing really bad to say about Biden. Of course leading insurrection sets a pretty low bar. Quote:

RichMauro wrote:
Where's Fauci lately?

Posted on: 6/22 2:10
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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This is a very dangerous post. Hopefully most people will give the OP no credence.

Posted on: 6/20 16:16
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Re: Jersey City Gets a C for Raising a Family, an F for Playgrounds
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This is plain stupid. We have really good play grounds in Jersey City. We have tons of basketball Courts, sprinkler pads, parks for really little kids, medium sized kids, bigger kids, baseball fields, soccer fields, football fields. If this town became any more "family friend" we'd be friggn' Romper Room.

Posted on: 6/3 0:02
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Re: Murphy to Lift Indoor Mask Mandate for the Vaccinated Before Memorial Day
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EXACTLY!! I plan on staying masked and distant for a little while longer. Separately, why aren't more people in JC vaccinated? It's like stupid easy to get vaccinated now. [quote]
robotdisko wrote:
awesome!

all the assholes will be running around with their freedoms!


coming to an indoor business near you:

Posted on: 5/24 20:15
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Re: Murphy to Lift Indoor Mask Mandate for the Vaccinated Before Memorial Day
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Friend of mine is a nurse who contracted COVID. They were testing him regularly. After three months of having COVID, the tests showed he no longer had antibodies.

Posted on: 5/24 17:27
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Re: Murphy to Lift Indoor Mask Mandate for the Vaccinated Before Memorial Day
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Antibodies from having COVID lasts about 3 months. Get vaccinated.

Posted on: 5/24 14:26
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Re: Controversial Pedestrian Mall Renovation Moves Forward
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By every single measure Jersey City Times is a total piece of crap. There are typically numerous typos, the misstate facts and often put things in a false light. I wouldn't be surprised if they get sued no a frequent basis. But I trust since no one give it any weight it falls under the radar.Quote:

RichMauro wrote:
Is JERSEY CITY TIMES a person or a news outlet? Why do they command so much space?

Posted on: 4/30 0:41
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Re: Low Commission real estate agents
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This is 100% correct. Who works for free? Sales people are motivated by money. Especially in real estate where their commission is their only form of compensation. Don't waste time haggling over a commission. The realtor or broker will not be as motivated to work for you as he or she may be to work for the client who is paying him or her more. How would you feel if your employer kept requesting that you take a cut in pay because he or she can find someone who can do your job for less?

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Anyone here have good / bad / indifferent experience with low (i.e. 2%) commissions for selling a property?


Remember Foxtons? They were one of the original low commission real estate agents that charged 2% and eventually 3% when the 2% commission just wasn't sustainable. In any case, let me put it this way - you get what you pay for. I heard a lot of horror stories with regard to them and then they went out of business entirely when the housing market tanked in 2008 I think.

While many full-service agents will agree to a lower commission than 6% - I've heard some go with 5% from the outset - anything too far below that and I'd wonder how much attention they would give my property. That said, I do know some people who used eRealty or RedFin, where you pay a flat commission of a few hundred dollars plus 3% to be in the realtor's Multiple Listing Service and claim they got the results they desired while saving a lot.

Really, the best thing to do is find an agent that others have highly recommended that will work their hardest to get the highest possible price for the property. Some agents are well worth the 6%, others just get lucky when the home sells quickly, having done hardly any work, but the reality is, while you may want to save on commission, no buyer cares what agent you are using. If you miss out on any potential buyers because your low cost agent didn't market it to enough people, the savings probably isn't worth it.

Posted on: 4/8 14:07
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Re: Study: More People are Leaving Jersey City
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SPEAK!!

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drifterx wrote:
Well y'all are always welcome to move to Texas. I hear it's close to Cancun for a quick getaway.

BTW, I heard AOC has helped donate 5 million dollars to a state where a lot of folks want her dead. She must be such a real bitch huh?

Posted on: 2/24 14:48
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Re: Question about Dixon Mills
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Thank you all for the responses. This was not for me, but my secretary's son who is looking at apartments in the area.

Posted on: 2020/10/28 14:31
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Question about Dixon Mills
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Are the units in there decent and what's the noise level like? What are the pros and cons of of living there.

Posted on: 2020/10/27 1:45
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Re: Top 10 Pumpkin Patches Near Jersey City
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Pumpkin patches are grossly over priced experiences.

Posted on: 2020/10/2 14:09
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Re: Jersey City Real Estate Market Is Hot, But For How Long?
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I agree with you that this article is total crap and an awful marketing tactic. The author who I presume is in sales is starting off with no credibility. The only properties that are staying steady are brownstones, because they're cheap compared to properties in Manhattan and Brooklynn, however our RE taxes quickly make up that difference. The two bedroom condo market started dropping even before the pandemic. This is a result of excess development. Quote:

jcguy05 wrote:
that article is full of crap.

1) the rental market in downtown jersey city is in complete meltdown, i never seen it this bad not even during the 08 financial crisis. Units in those high-rises that usually gets rented out in 1-2 weeks are sitting on the market even with 20-30% rent cut, never seen inventory like this, one of the highrise condo i am keep track of usually have 1 or 2 vacant unit for rent max, right now there are 13 (as of last week) vacant unit at a 30% hair cut.

2) the condo market is completely frozen, no-one is buying, price has not dropped much yet but nothing is moving, real estate prices are always the lagging indicator - last to go. Just like during the 2008 crisis, real estate price didn't start to gap down and hit the low until 2010. But i have no doubt prices will take a significant drop in the next 12-24 months unless by some miracle this covid 19 goes away and everyone returns to office and economy shoots back up soon (not going to happen)

Also the reason the stock market has recovered is because the indices are all propped up by tech, like amazon / zoom / docusign etc...companies that are making a killing from the remote work situation.

One has to be a complete idiot to buy today, i will definitely not buy any condos right now...rent yourself a nice 2br/2ba for $3000 or 1br for $2100, then wait and see.

Posted on: 2020/9/3 14:54
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Re: Impact of pandemic on JC real estate
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BTW, I started a thread on this same topic at the beginning of the quarantine period. I imagine the webmaster is going to merge this thread into mine.

Posted on: 2020/8/22 22:30
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Re: Impact of pandemic on JC real estate
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The condo market will get hit harder than the brownstone market. But overall the real estate market takes awhile to show the impact the economy has had on real estate. The increase in crime in NYC as well as there being no access to the arts, sports or restaurants in earnest, will ultimately impact Jersey City. Still lets be mindful, compared to Manhattan, our brownstone market is still relatively inexpensive. Also, at least 10% of the people who have moved to cities in the last 10 years are really suburbanites, who really don't like living in cities. So a change in wind course was going to push them out. Another issue, is that there has been an excess in development in the condo market. Also, we hit a recession in February, so the market was already going to take a hit. It's going to be slippery for awhile. I think in 2 years a lot of people will almost forget about all of this. But who knows.

Posted on: 2020/8/22 22:29
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Re: Beaches Open near Jersey City!
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I own a weekend house in Asbury Park. The boardwalk and beach are filled with people who aren't wearing masks nor social distancing.

Posted on: 2020/6/25 20:12
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Re: The Pandemic
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You seek to forget that the virus is temporary. We will have a vaccine and once we do, people will flock back for opportunities. It?s not like the problems that existed in the suburbs (opioids, decaying main streets, generally nothing to do) are going away after the virus.

You need to keep repeating - the virus is temporary and people have short memories.


There is no guarantee that there is going to be a vaccine and that can't be overlooked. And even if there is some vaccine the effectiveness of the first round is not yet determined. There is already reporting in various business journals about wealthy people leaving Cities for the suburbs. While things may not turn out to be as bad as the mid 70s, history does have away of repeating itself. Look, I'm not putting my house on the market. Still I see a significant hit. Not just a modest quick dip. The other factor is that unemployment is high and a recession started in February. Unless you're counting on some V shape recovery, which is unlikely i can't see a short term modest downturn. There are several factors at play, including COVID19 for which we may not have a vaccine, crime in NYC has gone up, we started this all out in a recession and now the pandemic exacerbated that and real estate in the NYC area was already over valued. Of course I know I could be wrong. But to me all factors point to a longer and more severe downturn.

Posted on: 2020/6/12 16:42
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Re: The Pandemic
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What you do not seem to realize is that some of us have lived through this sort of thing before. Social unrest made cities undesirable and drove them into financial ruins. New York City was actually bankrupt, crime ridden, filthy with garbage piled upon the streets for days. There was rioting in many cities through out the country. Many of the brownstones downtown, Jersey City were boarded up and there was high crime downtown. Hamilton Park was often referred to as needle park. The restaurant on the corner of 9th and Erie once was boarded up and had a sliding plexiglass window from which drugs were sold.


So it's not the media influencing me, but my own life experience. It's good for a sales person to be optimistic and hopeful. But it's also important for homeowners and investors to be realistic and not disregard history. If you think the aforementioned is not at all a possibility, well then good for you. I am not saying this is necessarily all going to happen, but the market is doing to take a hit greater than what you're anticipating for sure.

Posted on: 2020/6/11 14:58
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Re: The Pandemic's effect on the Jersey City and overall Urban Real Estate Market
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I'm not sure how long you've been in real estate. But "my educated guess" is probably not longer than 10 years. Since my original post there have been numerous business and financial publications reporting on people fleeing Cities for the suburbs for larger homes where at least one person if not two can work from home. There's no question the Jersey City and Manhattan commercial real estate market will be taking a huge hit as more people will be working from home and employers will reduce their footprint. Even before the pandemic two bedroom condos in JC had been moving slow because of excess inventory. It's been anecdotally observed from other realtors that the units in multi unit dwellings are definitely taking a hit. Perhaps brownstones will do well, because it will accommodate the desire to not live in a multi unit dwelling. If you do not think the looting and crime in Manhattan is going to impact Jersey City, you're deep in denial. People pretty much live in Hudson Co. to be closer to Manhattan. If people aren't going to be going to sporting events, museums, theaters, restaurants and feel safe in Manhattan, they are not interested in paying a lot for their real estate to just sit home. They are more inclined to have a bigger property where they can work from home, have space for their children to play and maybe even have a pool. Your comment about the <$400k market in JC is rather curious. I didn't think that made up a big component of the JC real estate market. Your comment about the>$500k market only furthers my original proposition. If you've been in the local real estate market for awhile you would have readily observed that the >$500k segment makes up the vast majority of the market. Quote:
RealEstateSingh wrote: I feel like the original post is extremely morbid and not very likely. As a realtor, the real estate market in Jersey City has been booming. I am busier now than I have ever been in my whole career. T My Market Update: I am seeing properties in the $400k and below range flying off the shelves (Seller's Market) but also seeing the the $500k+ properties being negotiated down (Buyer's Market). Lastly, what crime and looting are we talking about. As far as I can tell, there hasn't been much looting in our area if at all. Perhaps Manhattan, which I have mentioned, probably will have a slow recovery, but it will still be a hub. The way I see it, it presents a buying opportunity. (risk/reward) Buying now is a risk, but prices are down with historically low interest rates. just my educated opinions.

Posted on: 2020/6/9 14:14
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Re: The Pandemic
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I can't see how any can expect a short term hit to the real estate market at this juncture. The crime and looting in the City is likely to be devastating to the local economy for sometime to come.

Posted on: 2020/6/4 23:48
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