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Re: Woman filmed as he undress in JC Penny at Newport
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This story is about a security issue, not a transgender rights issue.

Stop pushing your personal agenda.

Posted on: 3/14 15:06
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Re: Jersey City mulls changes to pedestrian plaza to address rowdy bar-goers
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This is why we can't have nice things.

Posted on: 3/7 16:15
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Re: Woman Beaten After Confronting Teens at Hamilton Park
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202JSQ wrote:
Absolutely...this is Jersey City, they tend to release suspected murderers back on the streets while awaiting trial. JCPD also couldn't give a shit, last thing they need is pushing paperwork for juvenile hood rats.


Throwing your hands up in the air and saying "This is [insert city name here]" only feeds systematic failure. Not cooperating with the police because you know your assailants and are afraid of retribution is one thing, not cooperating with the police because you think it's pointless is completely different. If you want a prosperous society, you can't turn a blind eye to injustice.

All though knowing the suspect makes it worst not all cases of failing to cooperate means they know the attacker. Maybe you are unaware but criminals receive all the information during discovery in a court case. They will know what you said, who you are, where you live etc. Not only that they will have it in writing so when they spread the word someone snitched they have the paperwork. That is why their is so much fear with cooperating.

Remember the case recently of a gang member outing those cooperating in a gang bust in JC on Facebook? He received the interview video during discovery from his lawyer and posted the video on his page to show proof who the snitches were and what they said.



You raise a lot of valid and interesting points. As a person with an almost uncanny familiarity with these type of situations, what would you propose as a solution?

Posted on: 3/3 15:36
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Re: Woman Beaten After Confronting Teens at Hamilton Park
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202JSQ wrote:
Absolutely...this is Jersey City, they tend to release suspected murderers back on the streets while awaiting trial. JCPD also couldn't give a shit, last thing they need is pushing paperwork for juvenile hood rats.


Throwing your hands up in the air and saying "This is [insert city name here]" only feeds systematic failure. Not cooperating with the police because you know your assailants and are afraid of retribution is one thing, not cooperating with the police because you think it's pointless is completely different. If you want a prosperous society, you can't turn a blind eye to injustice.

Posted on: 3/3 11:50
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Re: Woman Beaten After Confronting Teens at Hamilton Park
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I hate to be a person that passes judgement, but on the surface this story has too many holes.

She confronts them, gets attacked by them, can't identify them and won't cooperate with police? If the story truly is authentic, i hope she isn't seriously hurt or permanently traumatized.

Posted on: 3/2 17:05
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Re: Heads Up - Bike Thefts on the Increase at JSQ PATH
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I've never heard of the brand "Roadmaster" and looked it up, probably one of the cheapest "new" bikes you can buy. My guess would be that the thief was desperate and would have stolen ANYTHING – not knowing that particular bike isn't even worth the risk.

Posted on: 1/19 15:41
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Re: The Kitchen Step
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I need to give this place another shot. I found the food to be very ho-hum for the price. Service was fine.

Posted on: 1/18 12:09
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Re: Complete Streets - Bike JC's Grand Street Vision
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Yvonne wrote:
Hudson County has 3.95 accidents per 10,000 residents. http://www.tstc.org/reports/njbiking/


Interesting. My guess would be that this info would match up nicely to statistics on general vehicle-to-vehicle crashes. More cars = more crashes.

I'm glad that they are referring to collisions as "crashes" instead of "accidents" though.

Posted on: 1/12 16:05
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Re: Complete Streets - Bike JC's Grand Street Vision
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Well, if you can explain how to fix Terhune Avenue for safe bike riding up or down that lane, I'll defer to your wisdom.
Compromise to bring safety is not backward thinking.


A bike lane is not a traffic-calming device, that is not the reason they are being placed throughout the city. They are not stop signs, they are not traffic lights and they are not speed humps.

Bike lanes are visual cues to motorists that other human beings have the legal right to use the roadways; that roads are meant to be SHARED.

When roads are not shared, when aggressive driving becomes a problem, THEN it becomes a matter of police enforcement and/or civil engineering.

Terhune Avenue is not an exception to any other one-way street in JC with a bike lane.

Posted on: 1/12 13:45
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Re: Complete Streets - Bike JC's Grand Street Vision
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On Wednesday night my wife and I visited my sister-in-law up on Terhune Avenue. Terhune is a park on both sides venue. There is a bike lane on the left side of the road, and I just shake my head in disbelief that it's there. If a careless passenger exits their car without looking and a bike rider collides with the door and the passenger while a car is coming up the road tragedy is inevitable.
As a bike rider myself, that opened car door is something I fear more than traffic.
I feel that a compromise may be reached within Jersey City wherein bikes should be off limits on some dangerous streets in order to focus more on the wider avenues where citizens will realize that bikes are to be expected and there is room to avoid tragedy.
The lack of thought that the city administration displayed in putting bike lanes on streets that are dangerous for bike riders was an unnecessary and probably expensive waste of public funds and of no use to the bicycle rider.


This is exactly the backwards thinking that we are fighting against. We don't cater to dangerous streets – we fix the issues that make them dangerous.

BTW, on one-way streets, bike lanes SHOULD be placed on the left side of the road (along the passenger side of vehicles). The chance of a door collision is reduced significantly, since every car must have a driver but not always a passenger.

Posted on: 1/12 9:19
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Re: I-Team: FBI Investigates Alleged Corruption in Jersey City Police Department
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shocking.

Posted on: 12/23 9:25
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Re: Amazon US Post office delivery issues
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Nearly every of my packages that are FedEx —> USPS or UPS —> USPS have issues. It's like the postoffice gets their jollies from not delivering other carriers packages. However, when it JUST a USPS package, totally fine.

I also have the issues with them never leaving slips/notifications and failing to make redelivery attempts.

Posted on: 12/20 14:04
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Re: Panhandler Robs Man of $3000 - Jersey Ave toward Hoboken
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This is why I always drive with a handgun on my passenger seat.

Posted on: 12/15 16:53
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Re: No Water in Hamilton Park
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Suez is bad at updating their website with info, definitely check their Twitter or FB for updates.

Posted on: 12/13 9:28
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Re: Vogue Cafe - new French cafe on York & Marin
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Largest quiche slices in all JC, get on board while you can.

Posted on: 2016/11/22 16:22
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Re: STARBUCKS: HOMELESS SHELTER (Grove)
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Starbucks was not set up in 1971 to feet/shelter the homeless and be filthy dirty. There are shelters for that and cleaning services out there to keep the place clean. Come in when it gets renovated for some clean, non-homeless calm :)


Time to pump the brakes a bit, you sound like a stuck-up broad.

You've done your part and complained to the manager that you find the store to be unwelcoming to guests, and your next step should be to contact their corporate office. Turn to social media if you must, FB and Twitter have proven very effective and getting issues resolved.

Boycott the store in the meantime by checking out some of the other local coffeeshops that others here have suggested. Many of them offer a great atmosphere for relaxing and enjoying a cup of "good" coffee.

Guests ?? Is there a private party being conducted there where it's invitation only ? I think you mean (paying) customers


Sorry that the term "guest" tripped you up.

noun

1. a person who spends some time at another person's home in some social activity, as a visit, dinner, or party.

2. a person who receives the hospitality of a club, a city, or the like.

3. a person who patronizes a hotel, restaurant, etc., for the lodging, food, or entertainment it provides.

4. an often well-known person invited to participate or perform in a regular program, series, etc., as a substitute for a regular member or as a special attraction.

5. Zoology. an inquiline.

Posted on: 2016/11/22 10:01
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Re: Uber, Lyft, and traffic
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I'd be more than happy to tip a percentage to many of my Uber drivers, a lot of them are WAY more personable and professional than your typical cabby. Did they launch their new app yet, is that going to be built in? i hope so.

Posted on: 2016/11/21 15:26
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Re: STARBUCKS: HOMELESS SHELTER (Grove)
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MFJC07302 wrote:
Starbucks was not set up in 1971 to feet/shelter the homeless and be filthy dirty. There are shelters for that and cleaning services out there to keep the place clean. Come in when it gets renovated for some clean, non-homeless calm :)


Time to pump the brakes a bit, you sound like a stuck-up broad.

You've done your part and complained to the manager that you find the store to be unwelcoming to guests, and your next step should be to contact their corporate office. Turn to social media if you must, FB and Twitter have proven very effective and getting issues resolved.

Boycott the store in the meantime by checking out some of the other local coffeeshops that others here have suggested. Many of them offer a great atmosphere for relaxing and enjoying a cup of "good" coffee.

Posted on: 2016/11/21 12:38
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Re: Can you recommend a bike rack?
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I'll 2nd the hitch mount rack, they are the easiest to use, and remove when you aren't planning to use them.

A few things to consider:
• You do need to install a hitch (CURT brand comes to mind)
• gaining access to your hatch with the rack installed can sometimes be funky, depending on if the rack has a tilt/swing arm. Not really an issue if you can fold down the rear seat.

Anything that is going to mount to your car's body panels could damage the paint over time, if that is a concern.

Posted on: 2016/11/17 12:30
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Re: FULOP, DEAL WITH PEDESTRIAN & BIKE SAFETY!!
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This is fantastic news, it's a long time in the coming. Small steps forward for a better, safer community.

Posted on: 2016/11/16 15:01
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Re: Parking Issues Around Hamilton Park
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As unsightly as it would be for residential streets, I bet putting hash lines to designate spots would help. I see so much wasted space between cars, enough room to park 4-5 motorcycles but barely enough for a subcompact. So often I see people park smack in the middle of a 30ft gap, not allowing enough room for anyone to park in front of, or behind them.

Posted on: 2016/11/11 13:17
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Re: Parking Issues Around Hamilton Park
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I don't have a car in JC, but I definitely have noticed that the parking situation in the HP area has gotten worse over the last year or two. My guess is that some of this us attributed to the new condos going up. I keep my car at a relatives house outside of JC, and I'll only use it when I need to travel for long hours/distances or days at a time. I don't know if I'll ever bother having a car here, as I've managed to get by just fine with biking/Uber/Zipcar.

Just out of curiosity, but what are you doing during school hours that require the use of a parking spot? School is from, what 8–3pm when most non-students are at work, or are working from home. Are there that many stay-at-home moms who need to run errands during the day? Not being critical, but as a non-driver, I'm trying to figure out the competition that the students are bringing to the table for parking during these hours.

Posted on: 2016/11/10 15:24
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Re: If you found the wallet this morning at Hamilton Park...
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I never said people don't have the freedom to express their opinion back – they absolutely do – but keep in mind that fueling a fire does nothing to extinguish it.


And neither does ignoring it, especially if that fire was set for no good reason.

While I appreciate the freedom we all have to say what we feel, I would like to think that lashing out against bigotry is still by far the normal response.


Hey man, if you have a successful track record of convincing people to break from their beliefs OVER THE INTERNET, Id love to hear how that works. Otherwise maybe Google what an "internet troll" is to see what kind of battle you'll be fighting.

I'll take a dose of my own medicine now.

Posted on: 2016/11/4 15:08
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Re: If you found the wallet this morning at Hamilton Park...
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JSleeze wrote:
You/he certainly do have that freedom but to your point: we'd all be better served if the people most eager to utilize that freedom stopped and asked themselves if anyone really cares what they have to say. JCManHate clearly needs attention and will take any outrageous Trump-style position to stir the pot. I get that. He lacks the maturity to understand nuance. But he is close to single-handedly (with at least a nod to Yvonne, Monroe, et al) making this site something to avoid rather than being the useful community resource it could - and occasionally used to - be. That's unfortunate.

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While I don't agree at all with what he is saying, I'm pretty sure the last time I checked – at least in America – we have the freedom to express our opinions.


Totally agree.

Posted on: 2016/11/4 14:11
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Re: If you found the wallet this morning at Hamilton Park...
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Doesn't really matter is JCMan is racist or not. It's not illegal to be a racist, just as it's not illegal to hate gays, or jews or whomever. What if he hates cherry cola? What if he hates Toyotas? Expressing your beliefs isn't illegal in itself, but actions that are influenced by them can potentially be.

While I don't agree at all with what he is saying, I'm pretty sure the last time I checked – at least in America – we have the freedom to express our opinions.

Should he have kept it to himself?… maybe… but he hasn't broken any laws by expressing his point of view.

And everyone here has the freedom to express their opinion back, and to draw whatever conclusion they desire.


I never said people don't have the freedom to express their opinion back – they absolutely do – but keep in mind that fueling a fire does nothing to extinguish it.

Posted on: 2016/11/4 14:10
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Re: If you found the wallet this morning at Hamilton Park...
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Doesn't really matter is JCMan is racist or not. It's not illegal to be a racist, just as it's not illegal to hate gays, or jews or whomever. What if he hates cherry cola? What if he hates Toyotas? Expressing your beliefs isn't illegal in itself, but actions that are influenced by them can potentially be.

While I don't agree at all with what he is saying, I'm pretty sure the last time I checked – at least in America – we have the freedom to express our opinions.

Should he have kept it to himself?… maybe… but he hasn't broken any laws by expressing his point of view.

Posted on: 2016/11/4 13:20
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Re: scammer walking up/down montgomery
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Who's the guy that always walks up/down the Plaza asking for you to buy him food? He REFUSES to take money, insisting that he's not a "beggar." He'll start by chewing your ear off with some casual conversation that always leads to food. I offered him a dollar and he wouldn't have any of it, stating "You can't buy nothing for a dollar!" When I told him that if he collected 4-5 dollars, he could buy something, he got so pissed off and walked away – it was awesome. I'm convinced he's just looking for a dinner date to front the bill.

Posted on: 2016/11/3 16:55
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Re: Buying a car for 1st time in years - where to start?
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Take the time to educate yourself, do your research and go to a dealer and inspect the car in person. The internet sites are great for finding a car, but seriously, buying a car over the internet is just lazy and dumb. Would you buy a house over the internet? Or a child? Do yourself a favor, put up with the small amount of frustration of visiting different dealerships and talking to real people, you'll be more likely to get better information first hand and might be able to get better pricing/discounts/incentives.

Posted on: 2016/11/2 16:36
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Re: The Most Livable Cities in the U.S. - 1. Jersey City, New Jersey
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Every time an article like this gets published, another JC condo breaks ground.

Posted on: 2016/10/31 16:05
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Re: James Vincent Bicycles on Palisade closing to make way for yet another realtor
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MonmouthMan wrote:
Well this is terrible news. They are so much friendlier and have much better prices and turn around service than that crappy bike store downtown ever could. The jerks in the place downtown always have so much freaking attitude, oh I'm so cool. The folks at James Vincent were always nice you never felt like you were getting ripped off.


Never had an issue with GSB. They've always been accommodating, even going out of there way to help. The staff can be a bit disorganized at times, but the owner (Rodney) has always stepped up to the plate to make things right. Hopefully you'll give them another shot in the future.

Posted on: 2016/10/25 16:54
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