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Re: Thank you GrovePath
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The other service grovepath provides is that he syphons all the crap and advertising.

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I also thank you GrovePath...you are my CNN of JC. So why is it that you have not started your own information network?

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Thank you, I appreciate the updates.

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I do like the fact that GrovePath is always posting the news articles here. I like to read what comments other locals have. I still do read all the stories on NJ.com anyway but that is because he doesnt post every article I would like to read. It seems he sometimes purposly leaves out articles that I know other people on here would like to read or comment on. Thats no big deal though because usually me or a few others just post them when we see he left them out.

I only wish he would learn the streets and neighborhoods already, he has lived here long enough. lol

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Besides posting new clips - Grovepath has been known to chime in on other topics (not touching the realestate thing)... he actually knows a thing or two about boilers and other useful info on stuff that comes up.

see this post -
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A.P. Moving to Halt Use of Newspaper Articles on Web Sites http://www.nytimes.com/2009/04/07/business/media/07paper.html?hp

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Is it just me, or does anyone else get sick and tired of Grove Path just cutting and pasting news stories from other sources? I am capable of reading TONY or other such publications online.

Try creating your own stories. Be original for once.


grovepath is great, stfu.

thanks grovepath for the news pastes.

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^^ me as well. i concur with the majority. thanks grovepath!

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I do get my local news from GrovePath.

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seeing as I don't read these newspapers, I appreciate his posting articles on here.

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I caught the guy in the wheelchair today. Ouch!!! He got one bad ass beat down. That did not stop him from cat calling with a yummy pint in hand.


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DOWNTOWN/1ST STREET!!!!!

GUY TIRED OF GP POSTING THE NEWS!!!!!


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I'm glad for the daily postings. They have certainly lead to lively discussions.

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GrovePath keeps me plenty updated with recent shootings, beatings and muggings. quite the time saver. a one stop shop you might say.

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Hey this is not a "NEW topic" -- try searching there is already a thread on this!

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1stStGuy wrote:Is it just me, or does anyone else get sick and tired of Grove Path just cutting and pasting news stories from other sources? I am capable of reading TONY or other such publications online. Try creating your own stories. Be original for once.


Oh and I love your LOONY original topics:

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1stStGuy wrote:Brooklynboy wrote: I caught the guy in the wheelchair today. Ouch!!! He got one bad ass beat down. That did not stop him from cat calling with a yummy pint in hand.
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1stStGuy wrote: He really is obnoxious. I wouldn't hit him, because he couldn't fight back. What I MIGHT do, however, is load up a Super Soaker (do they still make them?) with a half and half water/urine concoction.... Just incase he says anything fresh when I walk past.


You really remind me of quite a few other LOONY posters on here!

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Is it just me, or does anyone else get sick and tired of Grove Path just cutting and pasting news stories from other sources? I am capable of reading TONY or other such publications online.

Try creating your own stories. Be original for once.

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if it weren't for grovepath's post, i would have never found out that my old classmate, mark, was killed 2 weeks ago.

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Thank you all right back!

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It's not that hard to just go to NJ.com and read the stories for yourself.


I actually DO come here for news about JC. Yes, I could go to NJ.com, but GrovePath posts the stories here. GP does the work and I appreciate it!!!

HOORAY for GrovePath! Keep up the GREAT work!!!

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thank you grovepath.

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Grovepath is a positive Ambassador for JClist and relay for community awareness and issues.

Keep up the GOOD work you Old Fart !

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Grovepath is where I get all my JC news. Thanks Grovepath

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It's not that hard to just go to NJ.com and read the stories for yourself.

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using JClist as a main source of information seems like a recipe for disaster

Personally, I find RSS services from the main news websites a quite useful way of filtering just the information I am interested in and avoiding overload. As for the "big" newspapers, do they get paid by the word or what?

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Sorry, but couldn't this brown-nosing be kept to a PM?

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I'm not a big fan of the TV and I don't even read the big newspapers (much) and so I hear about important things through the grapevine, and learn about stories right here on JCList which I do check on a daily basis.

Thank you GrovePath for taking the time to post newspaper articles for me to read and catch up. I really do appreciate it!!!

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