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Re: Newport Mall: Unrelated stories /Teen worker robbed at gunpoint / $12G diamond ring taken
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she should not have been taking the days reciepts alone to deposit, I worked in retail and we were required to send a minimum of 2 employees with the days reciepts.

Posted on: 2008/11/5 18:08
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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The US economy was weak when Bill came in, perhaps it was starting to improve. The economy will be weak, poised to strengthen when Barry hopefully takes over


that is not true at all

Posted on: 2008/10/30 15:23
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Bill Clinton raised taxes and the fact of the matter is that the US was better for it. It helped reduce the deficit and fund needed programs.

In 2001, didn't McCain denounce Bush's tax cuts. What's different now. Mr. McCain should be applauding Mr. Obama. Mr. McCain shows time and time again that he is too erratic to be president.


Is that a fact that Clinton's tax increases made the US better? Or could it have been that it was just a good economic time all around? Because I am pretty sure we saw an economic downturn in the late 90's and Clinton was still in office.


you are correct, when slick willie took office he inherited a robust economy but less than 8 years later it was already in decline.

Posted on: 2008/10/30 15:20
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Re: Village Voice: Best Outer Borough You Can Still Afford -- Downtown Jersey City
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[b][size=x-large]BTW - Hoboken only got one award this year and it was for "Fiore House of Quality" a Vietnamese Restaurant - and I think Nha Trang on Newark Avenue is better.


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Fiore's is an Italian deli on Adams and 5th and it has the BEST lunch specials, fresh mozz and italian sausages, it is not a vietnamese restaurant.

Posted on: 2008/10/23 18:46
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Re: Its true, the stealth UPS man does exist
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Today I was sitting outside my front door watching my kids on their bikes when the UPS truck rolled up. It was around 4:45 pm more or less. He got out of the truck with an envelope and a yellow sticker in his hand. He went to one door about 4 doors down from me walked up to the door, slapped the sticker on and then came down the street to the building right next door to mine (a 4 family building) rang a buzzer, forced the front door open and threw an envelope in and walked away. No signature, no waiting to "Deliver" the envelope. He then literally rushed off and sped away.

I haven't used UPS for almost a year now because of him personally. The last time I had something delivered from UPS, it was 4 really heavy boxes of supplies for my work that he didn't even help me across the threshold of my door. Just slammed them down onto the sidewalk like, how dare I order something that made him work. I got it after 2 stealth notices only because I waited outside almost all day.

I have officially and formally complained to UPS about him but apparantly it meant nothing because there he was today, still delivering yellow notices.


silly Ilikeglass, they're union, why would you expect service at or above common sense.?

Posted on: 2008/10/23 15:32
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Re: Steve Fulop
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Could Fulop be the new Obama of Jersey City and rid the 'old boy' network ?


Please don't insult Steve, Obama is completely entrenched in dirty Chicago politics.

Posted on: 2008/10/22 16:19
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Re: Lucky Laundromat
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sorry to hear about your experience, I've never had a problem there and am a little suprised at the attitude you were given. Lucky's is my closest place to go so I've never tried it but there's always 3 daughters laundry on monmouth and 5th.

Posted on: 2008/10/13 20:16
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Re: Lucky Laundromat
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I've been going there for a couple of years and never had any problems but I've never done laundry between 9-5 monday through friday but I bet if you had said something to the nice spanish lady there during the day she would have freed up some dryers for you.

Posted on: 2008/10/13 18:58
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Re: Willie Flood hires son twice for $50G-plus ( Yes, that son )
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I saw this video yesterday and it's sad but not suprising to see the gall of Willie and her baby boy. So when the city wants to revoke the placard since it's not being used properly she protests that it her car it's in despite her not driving it (on official business) but instead her little bubby drives it to work. I wonder if this is the same mercedes he was arrested in for selling drugs?

what will it take for voters of her ward to boot her the hell out of office, she's jc's version of charlie rangle.

Posted on: 2008/10/3 15:23
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Based upon the documentary, his sole practical experience is asbestos abatement in an urban project.


I believe everything I see on TV too...

Try doing some of your own research, you might learn something.


Just like I asked the other Joker "VanVorster" why don't you
provide us ignorant folk who believe everything we see on Tv with the facts about "O"? Come on, I'm waiting to hear all the accomplishments that provide a solid reason as to why "O" should be the nxt leader of the US ? Our commander in Chief?

Everyone raves about this cat, but noone can come up with a few solid examples of his "Proven" leadership"???

Isn't that amazing, seems as though if one says it enough, they actually start to believe in the Hype....

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Posted on: 2008/9/9 14:20
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Re: Where are all the BJ shopping carts coming from?
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I hope that each one of you that complained take a shopping trip to BJ's, find that you can't get a cab to take you back in a timely manner (most of the cab services will not reliably show up at the supermarkets), and have no way to push the shopping cart home.

I also further hope that you have to buy a car for the sole purpose of grocery shopping.

I also further hope that once you have removed another tiny piece of the charm of Jersey City without it being replaced with something legitimate and positive, you find it a more and more miserable place to live.

Yuppie scumbags.


clearly this wouldn't be an issue if you would return the flippin' cart to the store you got it at scumbag


You should be more careful about making libelous statements. I'm giving you the opportunity to retract them before I take legal action, but I have no such responsibility.


really? I have something to retract when you've refered to all the "complainers" as yuppie scumbags? don't think so, why don't you tell us where you live and I'll be happy to roll ALL the carts I find laying around up to your door so you'll never be at a loss for one!

Posted on: 2008/7/23 19:22
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Re: Where are all the BJ shopping carts coming from?
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I hope that each one of you that complained take a shopping trip to BJ's, find that you can't get a cab to take you back in a timely manner (most of the cab services will not reliably show up at the supermarkets), and have no way to push the shopping cart home.

I also further hope that you have to buy a car for the sole purpose of grocery shopping.

I also further hope that once you have removed another tiny piece of the charm of Jersey City without it being replaced with something legitimate and positive, you find it a more and more miserable place to live.

Yuppie scumbags.


clearly this wouldn't be an issue if you would return the flippin' cart to the store you got it at scumbag

Posted on: 2008/7/23 17:13
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Re: Where are all the BJ shopping carts coming from?
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anyone up for collecting all the shopping carts and creating a float out of them for the next parade down Newark? Could be kind of fun to then leave the float of carts at a random intersection blocking everything and causing the police to get involved. I'm sure BJ's would love that publicity.

Posted on: 2008/7/1 16:24
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Re: Where are all the BJ shopping carts coming from?
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wow, they wheeled it all the way up the to 21st fl and left it in the hallway?! mo' fo' should be fined by his building.

Posted on: 2008/6/26 21:17
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Re: Councilman Steven Fulop - Jersey City Summer 2008 Update
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sorry to disappoint Tommy, i'm not Althea.

But did anyone see that Sawadee has outside seating. i wonder if Skinners and LITM could do that too? Even better, if the Fried Chicken got outdoor seating. I would love to see the thread about the noise if that happened.

regardless, Newark Ave is looking up


if you literally look up while on Newark you might see the deck on the roof at Skinners, yes, they have outdoor seating.

Posted on: 2008/6/16 20:36
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Re: Councilman Steven Fulop - Jersey City Summer 2008 Update
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Promising news here. The boot law NEEDS to be changed...it is outlandish



maybe a class action lawsuit would change their tune?

Posted on: 2008/6/16 15:57
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Re: Grand jury indicts Benny Love for fraud - $230,000 Bentley rolled down the LSP boat ramp
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bothering?

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Cops found the car 200 feet from the water's edge and when they towed it out, they found paper towels jammed under the break pedal and the car mat was on top of the accelerator, Zevits said.

An expert found that the camera strap could not easily have snagged the shifter and if the shifter was tugged while Love was getting out of the car, it would have been pulled in the wrong direction, Zevits said. It was also determined that if the car rolled down the ramp, it would not have been so far from shore, Zevits said.


Posted on: 2008/6/16 13:08
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Re: Abbey's Pub
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I've never seen a problem there, you sure it isn't from some shady ass characters at the barge inn?

Posted on: 2008/6/13 14:33
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Re: Where are all the BJ shopping carts coming from?
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Is anyone in favor of taking an hour out one evening or weekend to get together as a group and bring these carts back to BJ's. Have lets say 1 or 2 people on Brunswick and 9th, 1 or 2 at Brunswick and 8th (and so on), walk directly towards Marin Blvd. Any shopping carts we come across bring with us to BJ's. If we all do this together I am sure we would easily gather about 10 carts and drop them off at the store in Jersey. It would send a clear unified message to them that this issue is a sore point with the neighborhood.

Best possible results: BJ's will take notice of our concerns and address the issue more seriously.

Worst possible results: The carts may be off our streets for a few weeks at least.


a better idea would be to collect as many of them as possible, remove the right front wheel of each of them and mail a picture of them all as well as the wheels into the local store with a ransom note. see how badly they want their carts back.

Posted on: 2008/6/12 19:48
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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Last time I checked, the people in several "socialist market" countries were happy and not complaining about widespread access to healthcare and low unemployment levels


Cuba has free health care and one of the lowest employment levels in the world. Were you thinking about them?


cheers to that!!

Posted on: 2008/6/11 21:04
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Re: An Open Letter to You, My City Hall Nemesis
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I actually stopped the Oh so lovely JCPA driver of this Jitney, perhaps you know her, "officer tons o' fun" and asked her why. Her response "you'll have to call city hall." Then she sped off. I would like to think she sped off due to embarrassment, but I know that the munucupal authorities are short on everything, from money to integrity, to shame, so she was probably jetting off to collect her bag money.


so is she indirectly saying she was instructed to ignore illegally parked city vehicles?

Posted on: 2008/6/6 18:53
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Re: Barack Obama for President
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and, REALLY, that's all mcbush has on obama...and it scares the living crap out of them.



you are really a clueless dolt if you think bush and mccain have anything in common. but of course you probably rely on the mainstream media for your coverage so you don't know any better.

Posted on: 2008/6/6 14:36
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Re: Sick and tired of the Latin Lounge
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I think all the residents of second street should all go there one Saturday night to mingle with the bars regular patrons. We can swap stories, get their point of view, we can convey ours etc etc. After all is said and done we can all leave peacefully.

Anyone up for a few pints at the Latin Lounge this Saturday night???


that's right, safety in numbers, when you're done there how about heading up to Music Box with me.

Posted on: 2008/6/3 19:59
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Re: Folding bicycles
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Croft, if we show up with you is there a jclist discount? Gotta replace a stolen rear tire some asshat stole.

you folding afficianodo's might want to check out bikefriday.com too.

Posted on: 2008/6/3 19:50
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Re: Where are all the BJ shopping carts coming from?
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I used to love sitting at the outdoor tables at Willie McBrides in Hoboken across from the A&P. They updated their carts to automatically lock the wheels when someone attempted to take them across the parking lot threshhold. Despite signs people alerting them people would still try to push and drag the carts a short distance before finally giving up.

Posted on: 2008/5/28 20:44
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Re: Majestic II - What do You Want Sign?
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forget Toxic Hell, give me a Wendy's there!

Posted on: 2008/5/23 17:24
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Re: I Heart Whitestar Bar.
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When did Wednesdays turn to 6 dollar night? Wow...inflation! With the new price, I at least expect the bartender to be nice. Just kidding! It is still a good deal for 6 bucks. The food is actually really really good.


prices went up last week, can't really blame him though, its still a great deal for delicious food. maybe now that the price went up a $1 fewer parents with young kids will come by, at least I can hope.

Posted on: 2008/5/22 15:11
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Re: Hearing delay irks gun store owner: Owner's licenses to sell and carry firearms still revoked
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Charlton Heston was unavailable for comment at press time, having died last month.

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Were they able to take the gun from his cold, dead hands?


no, it was buried with him

Posted on: 2008/5/21 21:48
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Re: Sharpton NYC Protests Planned for Wednesday
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I guess the only thing that a rogue cop can be convicted on in NYC is the machine-gunning of an infant in a baby carriage in front of 5 videocameras.

Wasn't it convenient that the prosecution waived a jury trial and let a single judge decide this. Can we all spell COLLUSION!

The judge should be pulled out of his regal robes and tarred and feathered.


CONSPIRACY ALERT! CONSPIRACY ALERT!

you're a moron, go back and reread the facts surrounding the choice to have a trial by judge and not jury.

Posted on: 2008/5/8 13:30
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Re: Gargulio's Pizza.
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what a relief, I actually miss Telly's pizza and that doesn't say much for whats available in the area.

Posted on: 2008/5/6 13:31
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