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Tilted Kilt - Pub & Eatery (&boobs) - CLOSED
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Posted on: 2011/11/29 14:20

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Two Boots Pizza
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Posted on: 2011/11/29 14:08
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Re: Thirty Acres Restaurant- Jersey Avenue
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Word on the street is these guys come from Momofuku!!!

This and Two Boots both coming up soon?! JC is coming up in the world.

Posted on: 2011/11/28 23:49
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Re: Pedestrian hit Erie & 2nd
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Quote:

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On Erie crossing Newark? Yeah there is. From BrickHaus towards the tunnel. There kinda has to be, or you'd have cars getting T-Boned all the time.


That's Barrow St.

Posted on: 2011/11/23 19:35
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Re: Pedestrian hit Erie & 2nd
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On this map, you can see all the reported road fatalities for the past 10 years. Doesn't look like downtown Jersey City is all that bad, actually.

Posted on: 2011/11/23 18:46
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Re: Pedestrian hit Erie & 2nd
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Quote:

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I was nearly hit by a car on Erie today because the guy was blowing right through the stop sign. This was at Erie and Newark, the guy came within a foot of me before he stopped.


There is no stop sign at Erie and Newark.

Posted on: 2011/11/23 16:26
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Re: Save the Food Trucks of Jersey City
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Food truck operators should pay a fee to the city equal to that of property tax on a similar square foot property.

Space is space. They should pay a fair price for it. $200 is far too little.

It is also fair to regulate their locations and operating hours. They are a nuisance if outside your home or business.

The background checks, however, seem out of place, especially when not required with other food operations without alcohol.

Posted on: 2011/11/23 16:19
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Re: Richardson and Lavarro win two at-large seats in Jersey City special election
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Jersey City is full of stupid and lazy people. Of course we get stupid and lazy candidates winning.

Posted on: 2011/11/10 12:08
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Re: Red light traffic camera
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There's a simple way not to get stuck in an intersection when the light turns.... Don't enter until the other side is clear!

Posted on: 2011/10/29 18:21
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Re: OPEN JERSEY AVENUE TO LIBERTY STATE PARK!!
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This bridge will dramatically increase traffic on Jersey Ave. If you're complaining about people not stopping at cross walks now, just wait until all the bayonne people and south jersey people can avoid traffic on the turnpike with a nice cut through the park.

If it does go through, we should demand stop signs on every block between there and the tunnel. It'll be traffic hell either way.

Posted on: 2011/10/9 12:30
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Re: Taqueria
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Quote:

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there is a little mexican taqueria on sip ave at romaine ave near journal square that just opened up about 2 months ago. $5.00 lunch special - 2 tacos and one of their homemade beverages. they give you plenty of limes and radishes to go with it and have a few different home made salsas there, including a green one.


Thanks for the tip. I tried this place yesterday and it was definitely worth the trip. SALSA! Yes!

Posted on: 2011/10/9 12:18
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Re: Jersey City protesters arrested in "Occupy Wall Street Demonstration"
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I pass these guys on my way to work. It's a pretty diverse group...from genuine homeless people to respectable looking, white collar types.

Facts are that things need to change. There is a major divide between the rich and the poor and the status quo will destroy our nation if we don't solve some major problems.

The protests seem scatterbrained because there are so many things wrong with this country, but somebody has to do something to get the ball rolling.

If you have better ideas on how to fix things, by all means, try. But you should respect those who are willing to put themselves out there to fight for justice.

Posted on: 2011/10/4 3:00
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Re: A Voyeur or an Idiot?
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Maybe he know how much you hate East Indians and just wants to mess with you.

Or maybe he is really a peeper... does he spend his days in Union Square?

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http://www.normalbobsmith.com/amazingstrangers/peepers/

Posted on: 2011/9/27 15:03
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Re: Ibby's - DO NOT GO!
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You people are crazy. Ibbys is far superior to Gypsy Grill in every way.

Gypsy grill probably posted this account themselves. I've seen JCList open on their laptop in their restaurant. It'd take a lot of restraint not to post something now and then.

Chime in, Gypsy Grill. I know you're reading this.

Posted on: 2011/9/18 23:06
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Re: Historic photo question
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Apparently they cut off the top two floors of the building on the SE corner of 9th and Coles. I wonder if there was a fire or something?

Posted on: 2011/9/2 19:11
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Re: Historic photo question
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I think it's also overlooking the 10th st embankment, Coles and 10th, looking south, shot from the giant warehouse where Moishe's is today.

http://www.bing.com/maps/?v=2&cp=qsn8 ... 07302%2C%20NJ&form=LMLTCC

Posted on: 2011/9/2 18:51
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Re: 'Unlivable' building in Downtown Jersey City has black mold, water damage, holes in ceilings; six fa
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These were the plans to renovate/build from September 2008:

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There are some old photos out there of what the building used to look like, back before they bricked in the porches where people now live. It was actually nice at one point in time. It'll have to be torn down and totally rebuilt at this point, though.

Posted on: 2011/9/2 15:17
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Re: EARTHQUAKE
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Is the PATH still running?

I'm glad we don't have a 30 inch gas pipeline running through our city.

Posted on: 2011/8/23 18:18
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Re: jersey city man makes PerezHilton.com
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No need to give perez hits. NJ.com had it first: and autotuned: Frankly, I'm suprised nobody posted this in "Favorite Downtown Weirdos". I guess heights weirdos don't count.

Posted on: 2011/8/19 20:48
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Re: Flooding in Jersey City
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Remember never to drive through a flooded street if you don't know how deep it is.

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Posted on: 2011/8/15 13:39
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Re: Help--- what to do about feral cats??
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a friend of mine just saw me bitching about the stray cats on here and sent me this clip. Seems appropriate:
The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
Sophie's Cats Vs. Birds Choice
www.thedailyshow.com
Daily Show Full EpisodesPolitical Humor & Satire BlogThe Daily Show on Facebook

Posted on: 2011/8/12 17:49
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Re: Help--- what to do about feral cats??
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Toxoplasmosis is not rare at all. It is way more common than you think.

Do these symptoms sound familiar to you? Have you been around cat poop?

Enlarged lymph nodes in the head and neck
Headache
Mild illness with fever
Muscle pain
Sore throat

It starts off slow, but can do some serious damage in the long term. You should be tested.


But really, that's the least of my concerns. I simply find it inhumane to put a cat on the streets of Jersey City, both for the birds and the cats.

And I'm no fan of the starlings either. They jealously harass the most beautiful of the birds.

Posted on: 2011/8/12 17:22
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Re: Help--- what to do about feral cats??
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Quote:

CSXrailfan wrote:
Your claim that cats spread disease is nonsense, by the way.


Sorry, I guess Toxoplasmosis is just a made up disease that is not transmitted to humans by the cat poop in my garden.

Posted on: 2011/8/12 15:59
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Re: Help--- what to do about feral cats??
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I can tell you what I've seen with my own eyes. As an avid birder, I am always watching the nature around Jersey City and have personally seen 3 killings of birds by cats, one being a rare, Scissor-Tailed Flycatcher!

And I can tell you what I've heard, which is the near nightly, horrific fights between cats in the alley behind my house.

As for mayhem. Thats what I call it when a car driving down my street hits a "feral" cat, jamms on its brakes and slams into my neighbor's car. Jersey City streets are no place for cats!

Would you call it humane if a family abandons their cat on the street? Is it humane if an organization abandons large numbers of cats on the street? Just because they can't reproduce, does that make it any better?

You can read about the science right here and here.

You might not like killing cats, but I don't like seeing the birds I love, who were here first, and are truly struggling, get eaten alive my your all too effective predators.

Bottom line is that they are an unnatural addition to our environment. They should be removed.

Posted on: 2011/8/12 15:23
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Re: Help--- what to do about feral cats??
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That feral cat program is sick. Crazy cat lady sick.

Jersey City streets are too rough and dangerous for cats. They kill each other, they kill native birds, they spread disease and cause mayhem.

Domesticated house cats are a non native species that have no place on the streets of Jersey City. They should only be removed and placed up for adoption or destroyed. If you care about cats, you should adopt them and keep them in your home. Period.

What's next, a feral pit bull program?

Posted on: 2011/8/12 13:52
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Re: Hudson County Sheriff's employees earning both paychecks and pensions may be target of investigation
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These corrupt thieves are worse for society than the crackheads mugging people by the light rail. Arrest them and throw them in jail!

Posted on: 2011/8/8 13:09
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Re: Please sign the petition to save arts at the Grove Street PATH
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People who live at Grove Point have no right to complain about noise. If you want to live in the town square, you've got to be prepared to have people living and making noise all around you. Noise is the price you pay for a 50 foot walk to the PATH.

It makes about as much sense as moving to times square and asking the tourists to keep it down outside.

There are plenty of quiet streets in Jersey City. Don't try to squash the culture in the heart of the city so you can have silence.

Posted on: 2011/8/4 4:56
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Re: Cupcake Shop on Grove
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Every time I passed them at the mall, they always had a surprising number of people patronizing them. Personally, I've been sick of cupcakes for years...as a result of way too many office parties, I just associate them with office food.

However, to the point of the location, the businesses on Grove Street north of Newark Ave should work together to bring in more people from the Palus Hook, VVP and western half of Hamilton Park neighborhoods who would not typically walk down that way.

I'd suggest blocking off the street up to 1st and creating a pedestrian plaza one day a week, to coincide with the farmers market or groove on grove, or they could do a regular Saturday or Sunday outdoor market kind of thing. There are a ton of businesses on those two blocks who seem to be just squeaking by. With more promotion, events and imagination they could bring in a lot more business.

Good luck!

Posted on: 2011/8/3 12:43
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Re: Family of man slain by Jersey City cop during Saturday incident question official account
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The actual gun:
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The guy:
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The police:
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Thanks, JJ

Posted on: 2011/8/2 14:32
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Re: Bergen Lafayette: Officer kills man, 28, who points gun at him and police dog Froto
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Froto; Cleaning up Jersey City one perp at a time. I actually wouldn't complain if they gave him a 500k payout at retirement for his sick days. I'm sure he's fixed, but maybe he could use the money to fly to Korea and have himself cloned, and then we could have a next generation of super crime fighting dogs.

Posted on: 2011/8/1 11:08
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