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Re: A Postcard View of Manhattan
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I wouldn't pay OneSkirt too much mind. She is about as loony as Yvonne is.

At least I don't use an image that shows an icon of beating oneself, that is loony.


Huh? Perhaps it is time for new glasses.

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Wow. They struggled with having to take a train that...gasp...has a schedule? If only everyone on the planet was so lucky to have that be such an issue. Sheesh...

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I wouldn't pay OneSkirt too much mind. She is about as loony as Yvonne is.

At least I don't use an image that shows an icon of beating oneself, that is loony.


Watch out guys...we got a tough on one our hands.

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At least I don't use an image that shows an icon of beating oneself, that is loony.

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I wouldn't pay OneSkirt too much mind. She is about as loony as Yvonne is.

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This commercial for "bring all the cars to JC" is annoying AF. Our problems are exacerbated by all these influx of cars. Awful. And these people live in freakin' NEWPORT - the last place in JC you NEED a car.

Why is the NYT advertising "Bring all the Cars to Jersey City"?!?!


they aren't. they're telling you about one couple's reason for moving to Jersey City from Manhattan. It's a pretty matter of fact reason.

And they don't live in Newport. They live in Liberty Harbor. That may be pretty much equivalent with respect to your rationale, but if you're going to ding someone, at least get the facts right.

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This commercial for "bring all the cars to JC" is annoying AF. Our problems are exacerbated by all these influx of cars. Awful. And these people live in freakin' NEWPORT - the last place in JC you NEED a car.

Why is the NYT advertising "Bring all the Cars to Jersey City"?!?!

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A Postcard View of Manhattan

THE NEW YORK TIMES - By FEB. 1, 2018

The lack of a car had begun to grate on the nerves of Jacqueline Troccoli and Alberto Pomello.

The couple lived in a high-rise in the Midtown West neighborhood of Manhattan. And most days, she walked to her downtown office, while he took the subway to work downtown. But anytime they left the city — which they frequently did — traveling was a challenge, as they usually took the train and were beholden to a schedule.

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/01/rea ... rd-view-of-manhattan.html


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