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Re: Speed bump between 8th and 9th on Erie.
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FAB will you be covering topics such as approach and departure angles, break-over point, overhang and ground effects?
The standard is 3? to 4 inches. These moguls are Total overkill, designed to liberate JCPD from modifying driver behavior thru Community Oriented Policing and strict dtadardized enforcement of current traffic laws.

Posted on: 2014/9/18 22:18
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Re: Nu Bar
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So this is the Latest incarnation, previously Torch House and before that, M.A.E.?
I just cleaned out a pocketbook from whenever I used it last, found a CC receipt from MAE for $127.00. Good times. Not sure I could drink that much Yuengling now.
Good luck!

Posted on: 2014/9/8 18:21
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Re: Ahris Kitchen: Korean food in downtown Jersey City
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Can I special order chopchae for my birthday?

Hope you did better that the $50k/2500/mo my cousin turned down,

Posted on: 2014/8/21 20:28
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Re: Jersey City RRC Fix-It
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Why would you need/want to report a pot dealer? Do you mean an open air drug den like the park on Wayne by the Barrow Mansion?

Posted on: 2014/8/15 13:30
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Re: DTJC could benefit from a nice rib joint
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How much does it cost to open a Rib Crib Barbecue Franchise?

Total Investment: $400,000-$1,300,000
Initial Franchise Fee: $35,000
Royalty Fee: 4%
Advertising Fee:
Term of Agreement: 10 years
Renewal Fee: $5K-10K

Posted on: 2014/8/12 13:00
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Re: To JC Bikers Who Ride on Sidewalks...
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Lucky the cop didn't say anything, there are NO TURN signs posted on Grand at Barrow both eastbound and westbound.

Posted on: 2014/8/8 22:27
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Re: A LETTER TO THE JERK OFF RIDING A BIKE ON THE SIDEWALK THIS FINE MONDAY MORNING
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Ye tho I walk thru the valley of chicken bones and sewers smelling of death, I shall fear no evil scofflaw biker speeding on the sidewalk, for I fear no yuppie, and learned how to side-step a tackle playing on the wing in college.While I try to visualize affordable housing and whirled peas, I am just a girl trying to make it in this dirty city. I will not yield my right to [your] wrong.

Posted on: 2014/8/5 16:18
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Re: A LETTER TO THE JERK OFF RIDING A BIKE ON THE SIDEWALK THIS FINE MONDAY MORNING
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Okay, boys, put'em away and zip up.

FF to 1:10 to see how easy it's done.

http://youtu.be/sRxGNttpaZA

Posted on: 2014/8/5 13:29
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Re: A LETTER TO THE JERK OFF RIDING A BIKE ON THE SIDEWALK THIS FINE MONDAY MORNING
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I believe the proper technique is a quick Texas two step backwards with a do-si-do hook to a handlebar &/or brake lever. With a little practice you can get a broken collarbone on the bikers' opposite side about one time out of two.

The law is clear. Don't condone this rude behavior.

Posted on: 2014/8/4 18:22
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Re: Jersey City tops list of N.J. cities with most alcoholics
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Quote:

DouglasReynholm wrote:
I see the same people at the same pubs drinking all the time, no matter how often or not often I go...they are always there..and come from all walks of life, real estate agents, lawyers, artists...it's like Barfly here!

So every time you go, they see you, too? They're called 'regulars' and that's their 'local.' They don't hop like you.

Posted on: 2014/7/2 20:53
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Re: 95 percent of the people in Jersey City are good and five percent are bad...
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5% is a lot of bad guys (12500 out of 250K JC population). We have about 1045 cops so roughly 12 bad guys for 1 cop ratio.

So what Cowan is saying, we have about 50 bad cops. Seems about right

Posted on: 2014/6/12 15:04
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Re: Battello Restaurant - Newport Marina
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My boyfriend's parents took us out last night and I made a last minute reservation for 7:30. We walked in to a surprisingly empty dining room at 7:15. The host made us wait to be seated. I found that very odd. Food was great, beautiful setting, glad we weren't paying - ! but that customer service fail stuck with me like a bad clam.

Posted on: 2014/6/8 14:03
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Re: Johnston Ave Pool Open!
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After the 7th Johnson will open at 10. The schools' pools will also open then. The City seems to favor a different board for cross posting announcements.

Expect a ? mile walk from/to HBLR. I can't address your safety concerns.


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SRhia wrote:
So, if I'm reading this correctly, but mid June - once school is out, there will be a new/different schedule? Just trying to figure out when is a good time to bring the kids there.

Also - is the walk from the Light rail station to the pool safe during the day (for a lady and 2 kids)?

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colleen wrote:
IT'S POSTED RIGHT ON THE GATE.

Lap Swimming M-F 7:00-10:00 AM.
Free Swim 4:00-7:00, Weekends 10:00-7:00.
Until school year ends.

A wet suit in a pool? You must be one of those Try-Athletes like Mayor Steve.

Posted on: 2014/5/29 13:59
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Re: Johnston Ave Pool Open!
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IT'S POSTED RIGHT ON THE GATE.

Lap Swimming M-F 7:00-10:00 AM.
Free Swim 4:00-7:00, Weekends 10:00-7:00.
Until school year ends.

A wet suit in a pool? You must me one of those Try-Athletes like Mayor Steve.

Posted on: 2014/5/28 23:51
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Re: Looking for a children's swim teacher
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LoL Bodhipooh, the air is 78?, the water is 82? (today), not a lot of high intensity lap swimming going on there. "Too warm " "too. Cold," "too crowded," reminds me of those tee shirts with the list of 100 excuses for a bad swim.

I guess I'll see you outside at Johnston in about 10 days?

Posted on: 2014/5/16 19:55
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Re: Looking for a children's swim teacher
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Not so, Mao. Water was 82.5?F an hour ago.

Megan, I will PM you

Posted on: 2014/5/16 19:01
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Re: Visitors Plummet J.C. Victim
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Quote:

Sam112 wrote:
Does anyone know where this happened?


Between the 4th floor and the ground?

Quote:

Heights tried to write:
Hopefully the webmaster will add spell check


You spelled the wrong word correctly. You plummet from a summit; get pummelled by a pugilist.

Posted on: 2014/5/9 18:52
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Re: Mordi's Schnitzel Truck
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Mordi is more interested in the Newark lunch crowd (where the real money is). As a degreed graduate of FCI and alum of kitchens such as Babbo and Esca, I'm sure he appreciates the value of all of your free criticism.

Posted on: 2014/5/7 20:36
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Re: Drivers and Crosswalks
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Quote:
Colleen was 100% right


"Learn it. Know it. Live it.". -Brad Hamilton, 3x Employee of the Month, All American Burger.

Posted on: 2014/3/14 16:50
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Re: Drivers and Crosswalks
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Quote:

bodhipooh wrote:
Hero69: do you REALLY think it is safe and appropriate to cross from the Wells Fargo bank to the Newport Mall?? You have cross walks east and west. Your choice to jaywalk in the middle of the road is at your own risk. Accept it, or use the provided crosswalks.


I understood Hero to be walking along Thos Gangemi Dr (6th st). If you need a refresher, review NJ Statute 39:4-36 to understand why Hero is within his/her rights to cross on either side of Mall Drive East by the bank.

Posted on: 2014/3/13 13:50
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Re: The Thirsty Quaker is coming to Downtown Jersey City!
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I would Love to see some Salty Clamdigger Sunday Stout from Northampton or even the Dry Crack Bitter from Marfa, TX.

Posted on: 2014/3/5 6:36
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Re: The Thirsty Quaker is coming to Downtown Jersey City!
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I would Love to see some Salty Clamdigger Sunday Stout from Northampton or even the Dry Crack Bitter from Marta, TX.

Posted on: 2014/3/5 5:29
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Re: free air to inflate tires?
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Ralph's on NW corner Erie & 4th. Erie runs north; 4th, west; and Yuppies, east.

Posted on: 2014/3/5 5:18
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Re: National Cleaners on Erie St closing
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Quote:

Garage wrote:
within 200 ft of the Cordero School ...can't have a liquor license


? unless you are a super cool wine store or connected Hudson County restaurant, then it's 100' apparently.

Posted on: 2014/3/3 16:11
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Re: Car towed for snow removal. WTF Jersey City.
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For all I knew it could have actually been stolen.


Right, because with all the attention given to late model Range Rovers and Bimmers, thieves have resorted to digging out frozen hoopties abandoned on CC Drive.

Man up, admit you made a mistake, stop blaming everyone else. The City has even initiated a neighbor helping neighbor initiative for sad olds in your situation.

Or just sell your car. Seems you don't really need it.

Posted on: 2014/2/27 15:30
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Re: Car towed for snow removal. WTF Jersey City.
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Just so I understand, your car was parked for 2 weeks? In the snow?

Posted on: 2014/2/25 18:49
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Re: The Thirsty Quaker is coming to Downtown Jersey City!
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What's a girl gotta do to get into your soft opening?

Posted on: 2014/2/21 4:53
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Re: Newport Ferry Dock Dismantled
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NYWaterway has a long and spotty history at Newport. There were times when the catamaran hull boat would run, SRO in the morning. And the the little launch boats, again often full.

The dock is collapsing, and between fuel prices and the ever relocating lavalamp-like demographic of Newport, it must have been frustrating for Arthur's accountants. Imagine trying to forecast?

I rode the ferry for years, traded jokes with Steve Scott, laughed at the crazy panhandler girl, enjoyed a cocktail and saw amazing sunsets and, yes, seals. The ferry will be back. I won't weigh in on the value, that's personal and enjoy your Yellowtail merlot, bitches.

Posted on: 2014/2/21 4:47
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Re: 30-Year-Old HC Man Killed in Short Hills Mall Car Jacking
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You're so right! Italians didn't mind being harvested as slaves, being used to build an entire nation's economy, or being denied basic human rights for a hundred years after emancipation. Why can't 'other people' be so understanding?

Godwin's law corollary on JCRaciaList.

Posted on: 2013/12/22 3:02
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Re: Interesting sighting on Jersey ave today
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No, but around 3:20 p.m. I saw a gnarly traffic jam caused by the Cleveland Browns' motorcade. Five charter busses led by 2 state police cars and followed by an SUV. Cutting through Downtown downtown to avoid turnpike traffic like everybody else. Pretty ugly making the turn onto 6th by the Embankment. Headed to the Westin I guess?

Posted on: 2013/12/22 0:39
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