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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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This guy hit the nail on the head back in March, but was ridiculed:

https://dodychiro.com/most-important-v ... on-vaccines-for-covid-19/

Short version--the virus mutates as it leaves a person and more and more of the vaccinated are infecting others with new variants.

Pfizer just recorded thirty three billion dollars from the vaccine.

Hmmmm....

Posted on: Today 13:55
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Posted on: Today 13:49
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Plenty of peds and GPs are recommending against giving children the vaccine, of course. I don't know why this can't be discussed. It's not a black or white issue.

Posted on: Today 13:41
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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So the resident Doc is denying my mom Quercetin, but allowing everything else on the list. No real explanation for the denial. My Dad is livid.

Two more people in my circle caught Covid and recovered using therapeutics:

My brother caught is severe (testing revealed it to be the delta variant) and his doc thought he was headed for the hospital, but didn't prescribe him anything. My brother had two doses of Ivermectin on hand. After one dose he was noticeably better in 24 hours. He took a second dose with quercetin, NAC and a moderate dose of zinc. The doc was surprised how well he was doing on his follow up visit. Full recovery took about a week for him.

Coworker caught it two weeks ago. His breathing was so labored he could barely get off his couch. His wife picked up the combo of a multi-vitamin, Zinc (with copper), NAC, Quercetin, Vitamin D, quinine (tonic water), and green tea. He started recovering less than an hour after taking everything. He was back up working from home the next day.

Please check out therapeutics on your own. Don't use Google as the web searches now are biased. MedCram on Youtube is an excellent source that backs up their data with links to the actual studies referenced. No idea how MedCram avoided being banned by Google.

Note: You can't get NAC on Amazon or buy it using PayPal. The FDA is pressuring vendors to not carry it. NAC has been sold over the counter for over three decades.

Posted on: Today 13:37
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Opening up a whole new avenue of access to Downtown Jersey City and Liberty State Park
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Opening up a whole new avenue of access to Downtown Jersey City and Liberty State Park

Updated 4:32 PM; Today 4:32 PM (7-30-2021)
By Egan Adler | The Jersey Journal

The Liberty State Park Bridge, decades in the planning, is finally ready to open to the public.

The $13 million project, which was funded in large part by a $10 million grant from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, will provide direct access to Liberty State Park from Downtown Jersey City and will also provide easier access for Bergen-Lafayette residents to the Downtown neighborhood.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2021/07/open ... d-liberty-state-park.html

Posted on: Yesterday 22:09
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Authorities Seek Help Finding Man Wanted in Killing of Mother of Four
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Authorities are asking for the public’s help finding a man wanted in connection with the killing of Felicia Stewart, a 30 year-old mother of four, early Tuesday morning.

https://jcitytimes.com/authorities-see ... illing-of-mother-of-four/

Posted on: Yesterday 18:46
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Thanks so much, MDM. Please keep up posted. Best wishes to your mom.

To add to the discussion:

Source: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41564-020-00789-5

(Excerpt)

ADE has been observed in SARS, MERS and other human respiratory virus infections including RSV and measles, which suggests a real risk of ADE for SARS-CoV-2 vaccines and antibody-based interventions.

However, clinical data has not yet fully established
a role for ADE in human COVID-19 pathology. Steps to reduce
the risks of ADE from immunotherapies include the induction or
delivery of high doses of potent neutralizing antibodies, rather than lower concentrations of non-neutralizing antibodies that would be more likely to cause ADE.

Going forwards, it will be crucial to evaluate animal and clinical
datasets for signs of ADE, and to balance ADE-related safety risks
against intervention efficacy if clinical ADE is observed. Ongoing
animal and human clinical studies will provide important insights
into the mechanisms of ADE in COVID-19. Such evidence is sorely needed to ensure product safety in the large-scale medical interventions that are likely required to reduce the global burden of COVID-19.

Received: 16 May 2020; Accepted: 20 August 2020; Published September 2020

Posted on: Yesterday 17:43
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Of course there is more infection, JC quietly and without fanfare have received many of the immigrants that came across the border. They have covid to the point that Democrat elected officials from Texas are now complaining to Joe Biden. This new version is more contagious but not as deadly.

Posted on: Yesterday 14:06
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Got word from my Dad. The nursing home my Mom is in has over a dozen symptomatic COVID cases among the residents. The residents were fully vaccinated (Pfizer) earlier in the year. Staff is busy trying to isolate patients, which is tough since this is a memory care facility. Staff members are now being infected as well, however, not all staff members chose to be vaccinated. I have no info if the ones who came down with COVID were or were not vaccinated.

The fear is that the vaccine triggered Antibody Dependent Enhancement (link below for explanation). This isn't science fiction. ADE is what killed a number of kids who received an experimental vaccine for Dengue Fever.

In the interim, my Dad is trying to get the staff, should my Mom come down with COVID, to dose her with therapeutics (zinc, ionphore, NAC, vitamin C, vitamin D).



https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12725690/



In general, virus-specific antibodies are considered antiviral and play an important role in the control of virus infections in a number of ways. However, in some instances, the presence of specific antibodies can be beneficial to the virus. This activity is known as antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) of virus infection. The ADE of virus infection is a phenomenon in which virus-specific antibodies enhance the entry of virus, and in some cases the replication of virus, into monocytes/macrophages and granulocytic cells through interaction with Fc and/or complement receptors. This phenomenon has been reported in vitro and in vivo for viruses representing numerous families and genera of public health and veterinary importance. These viruses share some common features such as preferential replication in macrophages, ability to establish persistence, and antigenic diversity. For some viruses, ADE of infection has become a great concern to disease control by vaccination. Consequently, numerous approaches have been made to the development of vaccines with minimum or no risk for ADE. Identification of viral epitopes associated with ADE or neutralization is important for this purpose. In addition, clear understanding of the cellular events after virus entry through ADE has become crucial for developing efficient intervention. However, the mechanisms of ADE still remain to be better understood.

Posted on: Yesterday 13:26
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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So ridiculous, right on the waterfront and the developer needed to have a higher abatement than they already had?

The rich getting richer at the expense of all taxpayers. I love it. I suppose things aren't as bad now as they used to be, but the city council was just giving this city away back then.

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DanL wrote:
I believe you are referring to what was known as Crystal Point at the foot of 2nd Street. The building was completed and the developers came back to city council to sweeten the tax abatement due to poor sales during the great recession and the council did it.

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I can't recall any exact details of it here but there was one condo project in Jersey City that received an abatement some years ago when it was first built, then the developers asked for an additional abatement quite some time after the agreement had already been signed because the individual units in the project weren't selling fast enough. Whether or not they received the additional abatement or not I don't remember but the fact that the city even took this request seriously just blew my mind. Did anybody here not understand the basic economic concept of supply and demand? If the units were not selling fast enough, did the possibility of LOWERING their prices ever occur to the developers?

Maybe I'm the idiot here, to think that any developer Jersey City should be required to take some RISK when there is a potential REWARD, rather than pushing the risk onto to the taxpayers and collecting the reward for themselves. The economics class I took in high school and business classes I took in college must have been total bunk. Our previous President, in his days as a businessperson was all about capitalist profits and socialized losses, after all.

Posted on: Yesterday 12:42
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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actually, all that was necessary was for the Board of Education to approve the necessary funding and raise the school tax levy which in the turn put the onus on the administration to deal with a huge overall tax increase and using ARP (American Rescue Plan Act) funds offset the increase by reducing the local levy. It works for this year, but we will see if sustainable.



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A lot of people think the tax abatements and PILOT agreements went on way too long. Jersey City was a hot location and developers were dying for projects here, there was just no need after many years.
It's also interesting that after months of listening to doom and gloom over the the gap in the school budget that over $60 million was

Posted on: Yesterday 1:09
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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I believe you are referring to what was known as Crystal Point at the foot of 2nd Street. The building was completed and the developers came back to city council to sweeten the tax abatement due to poor sales during the great recession and the council did it.

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caj11 wrote:
I can't recall any exact details of it here but there was one condo project in Jersey City that received an abatement some years ago when it was first built, then the developers asked for an additional abatement quite some time after the agreement had already been signed because the individual units in the project weren't selling fast enough. Whether or not they received the additional abatement or not I don't remember but the fact that the city even took this request seriously just blew my mind. Did anybody here not understand the basic economic concept of supply and demand? If the units were not selling fast enough, did the possibility of LOWERING their prices ever occur to the developers?

Maybe I'm the idiot here, to think that any developer Jersey City should be required to take some RISK when there is a potential REWARD, rather than pushing the risk onto to the taxpayers and collecting the reward for themselves. The economics class I took in high school and business classes I took in college must have been total bunk. Our previous President, in his days as a businessperson was all about capitalist profits and socialized losses, after all.

Posted on: Yesterday 1:03
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Outdoor Swimming Pools and Water-parks Near Jersey City
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The scorching summer heat urges us to look for ways to cool off while having a great time. Luckily, there are a few outdoor swimming pools and waterparks near Jersey City to cool off.

https://jcfamilies.com/outdoor-swimmin ... r-parks-near-jersey-city/

Posted on: 7/29 18:46
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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Society Hills was built on contaminated land in the 1980s and received no tax abatements and Dixon Mills, the downtown pencil so received no tax abatements in the 1980s. Newport did not originally receive tax abatements because they won a $40 million UDAG grant in the 1980s. So when did tax abatements become popular? It is when the city asked Newport to give affordable housing. In exchange Newport asked for a tax abatements, years after the first 4 buildings went up as well as the mall being built. Newport advertised their affordable units in the New York Post and many New Yorkers grab them. 271 units out of 1500 became affordable and developers then start asking for tax abatements since LeFrak got a sweetheart deal.

Posted on: 7/29 15:26
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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A lot of people think the tax abatements and PILOT agreements went on way too long. Jersey City was a hot location and developers were dying for projects here, there was just no need after many years.
It's also interesting that after months of listening to doom and gloom over the the gap in the school budget that over $60 million was "found" to fill the gap. Election year bs.

Posted on: 7/29 13:38
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This Weekend (things to do)
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Get out and enjoy the break from summer heat waves! Jersey City has something for everyone this weekend. Jersey City LGBTQ+ Pride Festival kicks off its 20th Anniversary month on Sunday with an art reception at Village West Gallery, and all weekend long the Brightside Film Festival will be holding its 13th season. Plus, there’s free outdoor Zumba, a celebration of local Olympians, tons of music, and more!

https://jcitytimes.com/this-weekend-10/

Posted on: 7/29 13:31
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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I can't recall any exact details of it here but there was one condo project in Jersey City that received an abatement some years ago when it was first built, then the developers asked for an additional abatement quite some time after the agreement had already been signed because the individual units in the project weren't selling fast enough. Whether or not they received the additional abatement or not I don't remember but the fact that the city even took this request seriously just blew my mind. Did anybody here not understand the basic economic concept of supply and demand? If the units were not selling fast enough, did the possibility of LOWERING their prices ever occur to the developers?

Maybe I'm the idiot here, to think that any developer Jersey City should be required to take some RISK when there is a potential REWARD, rather than pushing the risk onto to the taxpayers and collecting the reward for themselves. The economics class I took in high school and business classes I took in college must have been total bunk. Our previous President, in his days as a businessperson was all about capitalist profits and socialized losses, after all.

Posted on: 7/28 23:00
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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Rent control is a problem now? All along you've been insisting that all renters don't pay property tax of any kind and therefore should be excluded when it comes to any kind of city-wide decision making or zoning.


Call up the rent leveling board, they will tell you increases are based on the Consumer Price Index which is between 1 to 4%. The last time it was 4% was 2009, it was on the city's website until it was removed last year. Then call the Hudson County Tax Board to ask them about assessment being lowered because JC, unlike other Hudson County towns cannot pass on a tax increase so landlords always win in tax court.

Posted on: 7/28 20:24
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Re: where q3 property tax bill?
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thanks for the info, but still no q3 bill. And the due date is 8/1. This is really annoying to keep checking and tracking this. Why cant jc get its act together and make the bill available at least 2 weeks before the due date.


yeah look at your 3rd quarter payments over the years. Looks like in 2019 the 8/1 due date was pushed out to like mid September.

Posted on: 7/28 19:30
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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Rent control is a problem now? All along you've been insisting that all renters don't pay property tax of any kind and therefore should be excluded when it comes to any kind of city-wide decision making or zoning.

Posted on: 7/28 19:11
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Re: where q3 property tax bill?
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Yvonne wrote:
They cannot give the bill until the budget hearing which just happened last week. So it should come soon.


thanks for the info, but still no q3 bill. And the due date is 8/1. This is really annoying to keep checking and tracking this. Why cant jc get its act together and make the bill available at least 2 weeks before the due date.

Posted on: 7/28 15:34
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Re: A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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It is not just tax abatements, it is rent control laws which has expanded thanks to Councilman Solomon to cover non-occupied homeowners of 2 to 4 houses. Rent control is covered by the Consumer Price Index, not taxes. So when taxes go up, the landlord goes to tax court to appeal. The tenants do not pay. All of the taxes including the art tax that everyone voted on is passed on to the small homeowner and condo owner. JC has become a socialist city where some pays for everyone.

Posted on: 7/28 14:47
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A New Study Revives the Debate Over Property Tax Abatements
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Property tax abatements will cost local government $108 million this year in lost revenue according to an analysis by Brigid D’Souza, an assistant professor of accounting and taxation at St. Peter’s University, raising an old debate about the use of abatements to spur redevelopment.

https://jcitytimes.com/a-new-study-rev ... -property-tax-abatements/

Posted on: 7/28 14:19
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Re: Jersey City looks to suspend controversial ‘garbage tax’
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The fees are a bit steep. My water/sewer bill for one of my 3 family properties jumped 33%.. about $149 due to the solid waste charge.

Posted on: 7/28 13:34
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Two Charged in Saturday’s Fatal Shooting of 26-Year-Old on Grant Avenue
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The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Unit has charged a 32-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman in the shooting death of 26-year-old Raquan Bass.

https://jcitytimes.com/two-charged-in- ... year-old-on-grant-avenue/

Posted on: 7/27 21:47
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Jersey City Sprinkler Parks and Pools
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If you are looking to beat the heat this summer, head to a local pool or sprinkler park.

https://jcfamilies.com/jersey-city-sprinkler-parks/

Posted on: 7/27 19:27
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Woman Shot and Killed Attending Vigil for Shooting Victim
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A woman attending an early morning vigil for a man killed in a shooting this weekend was herself fatally wounded when shots were fired into the group.

https://jcitytimes.com/woman-shot-and- ... igil-for-shooting-victim/

Posted on: 7/27 14:40
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The Brunswick School Is Hiring Teachers!
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Teachers! The Brunswick School in Downtown Jersey City is currently hiring for several positions for the 2021-2022 school year. Amongst these positions are:
1. Academic Head Teacher
2. Assistant Teachers

Positions are full-time and a comprehensive benefits package is offered.

If you are interested in applying for these positions, please email info@thebrunswickschool.com or visit www.thebrunswickschool.com and click “About Us” which directs you to Career’s page to see their available positions.

Posted on: 7/26 18:53
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Authorities Seek Help Finding Man Charged With Sexual Assaults
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Authorities are seeking the public’s help finding a man wanted in connection with multiple sexual assaults.

https://jcitytimes.com/authorities-see ... ged-with-sexual-assaults/

Posted on: 7/26 15:51
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55 Year-Old Man Charged in Fatal Heights Stabbing
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The Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office Homicide Unit has charged a 55-year-old Jersey City man in the stabbing death of an unidentified adult male who was found dead in the area of Cambridge Avenue in Jersey City just after 10:00 p.m. last night.

https://jcitytimes.com/55-year-old-man ... n-fatal-heights-stabbing/

Posted on: 7/25 16:31
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