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Re: Need to find a Stationary
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Good manners mean more to me than correct spelling, generally, especially with smartphones and tiny keyboards in the mix.


Seriously, are you suggesting that calling people who don't agree with you politically the Loony Left to be within the realm of good manners?


I use 'looney' because it's more fun to read that way. And not everyone I disagree with is looney, only some.

But I generally mirror the tone first given by others, and respond in kind. Which I think is fair and balanced.

Posted on: 2014/1/9 15:36
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Good manners mean more to me than correct spelling, generally, especially with smartphones and tiny keyboards in the mix.


Seriously, are you suggesting that calling people who don't agree with you politically the Loony Left to be within the realm of good manners?

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Croatian is my mother tongue.
Greek and English are the learned ones.

It really gets to me as it sometimes there are days when the head is in complete "shutdown" mode and then the last thing one need is a criticisms (i appreciate corrections though) in a country where people still mostly eat with fingers, cut meat with fork and bring mouth to the food (not the opposite).
You know what I mean?

There also seems to be a pattern of people just being nasty online.


I always disliked the use of +1. So I'll just "like" this post. -)

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Good manners mean more to me than correct spelling, generally, especially with smartphones and tiny keyboards in the mix.

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Croatian is my mother tongue.
Greek and English are the learned ones.

It really gets to me as it sometimes there are days when the head is in complete "shutdown" mode and then the last thing one need is a criticisms (i appreciate corrections though) in a country where people still mostly eat with fingers, cut meat with fork and bring mouth to the food (not the opposite).
You know what I mean?

There also seems to be a pattern of people just being nasty online.

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Hank, I agree as English is my second language of three. I am very sorry to have offended you and caused you to react. As for other people who are helpful and understanding of human imperfection, thank you! Staples had it. Word is fantastic though. Glad to walk around a it

What is you third language ?

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Hank, I agree as English is my second language of three. I am very sorry to have offended you and caused you to react. As for other people who are helpful and understanding of human imperfection, thank you! Staples had it. Word is fantastic though. Glad to walk around a it

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What's an lEttEr?

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PostNet (?) the guy on Grove across from Orale may have them.

Remember: stationEry and lEttEr both have Es. Similarly, the principal of your school is your PAL. There is no such word as restaurNteur despite what you read on JClist.

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You might want to check with Hudson County Art Supply on First and Coles. http://hudcoart.com

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Staples is what comes to mind first. I'm certain they'd have it.

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PostNet (?) the guy on Grove across from Orale may have them.

Remember: stationEry and lEttEr both have Es. Similarly, the principal of your school is your PAL. There is no such word as restaurNteur despite what you read on JClist.

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Staples has a selection of round Avery Labels they can be put though your printer.

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http://macooffice.com/
Try Maco office supplies in Union City
1000 John F Kennedy Blvd. Union City, NJ 07087
Corner of 10th & Kennedy Blvd.
Phone:(201) 867-3309
They are across the street from the Coach House Diner and a block up from the Salvation Army Store.

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I haven't even heard the term stationery store in a bunch of decades. Another victim of megastores. You may have luck at one of the dollar stores, but if you don't wanna waste time, check Staples' site to see if they have what you want, call the store to make sure they have it in stock and hop on over. The closest Staples to downtown is the one on Washington Ave. opposite Target.

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You need to find a dictionary.

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Word?

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In JC closer to downtown. Need to get small round stickers..
I do not remember seeing any stationary in Downtown. Any help?
I would normally walk around until finding it but it is too cold for it.
Thank you!

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