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Re: Input about moving to JC
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60 posts - wow. Epic troll.

Posted on: 2013/4/19 15:04
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Re: fence at Borinquen?
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O. M. G. !!!

Just walked home from another Great dinner at Thirty Acres, I can't believe my eyes! Is this for real?

DAMMIT how do I post a picture gggrrrr

Posted on: 2013/4/12 2:35
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Re: NYTimes: THE HUNT - Downtown Jersey City 2-Bedroom With a Home for the Car
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The pool is nice, and you have the added advantage of a pond, like when Irene flooded the area, and Sandy - what will 2013's flood be named?

Posted on: 2013/4/5 23:08
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Re: Jersey City council denies Filipino Chief Judge post
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Between FB twitter and other local websights like NJ.com and weirdos there is a nice catfight between Ray Velazquez and Steven Fulop!
Cant wait til June.

Posted on: 2013/2/15 23:28
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Re: The futility of gun control
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Oh, sure, that would never happen lmfao!
http://www.1967newarkriots.com/july-14/

Posted on: 2013/1/31 20:25
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Re: Comparisons of Mcnair vs St Peter's Prep?
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Quote:

K-Lo wrote:
...adding that McNair has a graduation requirement of 50 hours of community service. In addition, the required curriculum is so rigorous (6 years of English, four years of math and four years of science, etc.) that there is less room for electives. And Phys Ed is a letter grade, not just pass fail. You can actually fail PE if you can't identify the line of scrimmage or the 3 point rule.
Again, just full disclosure.


What the hell? How does that have anything to do with Phys Ed? Do they have to memeorize batting averages or who wone the World Cup? Phys Ed should be learning how to build and support a healthy active lifestyle, not learning st00pid ball game rules.

Posted on: 2013/1/23 21:55
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Re: Eye in the Sky
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I saw a picture tweeted on Saturday January 12th something like "PR or PD?"

Posted on: 2013/1/21 14:57
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Re: What's your favorite dive bar in Jersey City?
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user1111 wrote:
So White Star has day hours? :) Some of these you guys listed I have never been to. I use to go to Latin Lounge back in the in the day That place is great.

I am putting a blog together for dive bars here in JC. Has any one been to O'Abbey's Corner Grill & Pub or Bayside Tavern? These spots are next on my list of places to try... Actually West side has quite a few on my list.

Cheers!


There already is one, it can't be mentioned here though.

Posted on: 2013/1/21 14:49
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Re: The futility of gun control
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Hate is a weak emotion, devoid of intellect.

It is based on ignorance and fear.

You've found a home here.


Posted on: 2013/1/17 15:35
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Re: Why is this city so dark?
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Lol I just looked at your avitar NOW i understand maybe YOU shouldn't be driving MEOW

Posted on: 2013/1/7 21:58
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Re: Why is this city so dark?
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Um, hit me with a bat maybe, I'm not getting this. Does your car not have lights that you turn on at night to see where you are driving?

Posted on: 2013/1/7 20:49
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Re: Dan is still Dan
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What the HELL? Glad to see anti-Semitism is alive and well in JCList. [NOT] Guess we know where you stand on the issue.
You know, CdC, I've never read it, but is it true you suck snakes eggs?


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CdeCoincy wrote:
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jcmiles wrote:
If there's any other reason Dan is not on Fulops slate, I'd like to hear it from Fulop. .

http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage ... 531F930A35754C0A9639C8B63

Perhaps Fulop didn't want a second Jew on his ticket - just an hypothesis - I've never heard this stated. I'm making an assumption based on Levin's last name and that Healy called him Levine. On the other hand Konstantine was Russian Orthodox.

Posted on: 2013/1/2 20:05
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Re: B4K coming to JC?
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There's as much money to to made in Education as in Funeral Homes. Rich folk sees an opportunity, best believe they snap it up! Rmoney 2012!

Posted on: 2012/10/24 0:25
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Re: People brushing their Dogs Hair in the Park
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The kids on the ball courts are also leaving trash behind. So I guess their ill behavior sets the standard for the dog groomers, who also don't know any better.

PICK IT UP AND PACK IT OUT.

Mmmkthxbye

Posted on: 2012/10/18 14:35
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Re: People brushing their Dogs Hair in the Park
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It's trash, plain and simple, and shouldn't be allowed to float free.
Typical entitled yuppie atitude, "I'm the the only person in the world."

Posted on: 2012/10/17 20:33
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Re: Unleashed Mastiffs Attack JC Man
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ZOMG this lady is CRAZY check this out!

http://www.savenjdogs.com/

Isn't this kinda how George Zimmerman got his bale revoked?

Posted on: 2012/10/6 14:57
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Re: Fulop Violating Pay-To-Play?
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The best thing I read all week, how Fulop's campaign was pitched by the shrill shill, I guess JCFree feels some vengeance going after him in this utterly transparent smear sponsored by Jerry's Kids.
It's painful to read the troll's posts -- to think it's getting paid for this crap.
Now if you silly people would just stop feeding the troll!

Posted on: 2012/9/19 23:20
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Re: West Side Aircraft Noise PLEASE FILE A COMPLAINT
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Please. You/we live under the flight path of the nation's first international airport in the 2nd busiest aviation hub on this planet (don't ask me about the others).
Consider yourself lucky that R29 is not always so active for the the big boys.

If you're really concerned and want to dog them check out the tracker at http://aviationdevelopmentcouncil.org/F_Tracking.html

Posted on: 2012/9/15 16:09
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Re: Local running tracks
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I don't know what you consider 'local' but here goes:

Lincoln Park has an official 400m rubberturf track.

Pershing Field is 1/3 mile, hardpacked cinder, uneven with puddles.

Ferris HS on Montgomery/Brunswick has a squared off rubberturf, older surface that holds some puddles, and is 4 1/2 laps to a mile.

Obviously there are greenways parks etc but there is no substitute for knowing your true speed when doing pace/intervals.

Posted on: 2012/9/15 15:48
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Re: No Fulop Updates From DNC
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Wow. You're pretty relentless with that ax of yours. Lucky you have an anonymous forum upon which to grind it, huh?

Posted on: 2012/9/5 22:29
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Re: ABC news questions, is JC Police doing their jobs? Jersey City man charged with pushing ex-girlfr
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Seriously?
The cop behind the desk couldn't be bothered to answer, "Well, I don't know, why don't we check? What's your name? Care for a cup of coffee? Why don't you sit down over here in this nice chair with the special bracelets."

But the cop was doing his job, according to the strictest interpretation of the minimum required duties assigned to him/her that day - to get thru another shift in hell.

Posted on: 2012/8/3 14:23
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Re: Looking for Tennis Players
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No, that's true, the Silvermans bought and paid for the naming rights to the Hamilton Square Park, just like the Prudential, Red Bull and Continental, err, whatever arenas.

And it's Enos Jones Rectangle Recreation Field and Mary Benson Triangle Chromolly Lead Playground, also.

Get with it old-timer.

Posted on: 2012/7/3 19:41
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Re: Bus Stop 8th & West Hamilton
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lol check out the def of "rant." I was just being prissy and judgemental, is that what jclist is all about? I was harshing on the people who could use the walk, it's 2-3 mins onger than the bus, 15 mins not sitting on your fat arse. Haters gonnna hate, right?

Posted on: 2012/6/8 15:45
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Re: Bus Stop 8th & West Hamilton
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GRRRR rant on/

The bus stops are defined by DOT standards for the safety of motorists, passengers and pedestrians. I will not excuse the ignorance of the patrolmen writing tickets in violation of the signs, but I will defend the rights of people, less able than you and I, to have a bus stop near enough to help them to work.

There is one gentleman on 8th street I have seen who rides to the PATH at Newport, he relies on a cane; there is also a lady who has suffered some affliction severely degrading her mobility, she is also using help to do what you and I never think of, simply walking.

When I've taken the 126 into town I've seen people ride to the PATH who should be ASHAMED.

I must say the degree of empathy displayed by the average poster here is tight up there with Chris Krispie's feelings for those in our society less well -off than the typical privileged blanco - near nil. Shame on you!

/end rant

Posted on: 2012/6/7 3:24
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Re: Space Shuttle Enterprise in Jersey City today Monday, June 4th
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A drowned river, so to speak. Yes, the tides run up to the Federal Dam at Troy, and the river drains to the bay/ocean, so the net flow is north to south, but the currents run all kinds of ways, I read somewhere once a log would take a full year to carry from Albany to the ocean.
Any news on when/how the right wing tip managed to get shorn off? Typical Jersey City parking damage.

Posted on: 2012/6/5 15:27
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Re: M.E. Casa Restaurant
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Quote:

jkchefgirl wrote:
I am not of Puerto Rican decent but I have seen the light of what I have been missing.


are you sure about that?

Quote:
I was a chef for over ten years before I got into food sales. I know my food! This place is a diamond in the rough excellent place for authentic Latino cuisine.


you might be a good cook and salesperson but your marketing could use some work!

Posted on: 2012/6/4 15:31
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Re: Bike JC's Third Annual Jersey City Ward Tour, Sun. June 3, 2012
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Wow. PWENS maybe you misunderstood what the ride was all about - I (am glad I) chse not to participate, your post/you lead me to believe I made the right call.
Maybe you should check out the USCF and get a racing license, I am sure you will move up from CAT5 to 4 in no time with your fast bike and need for speed!

Posted on: 2012/6/4 15:02
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Re: Tell Trader Joe's to come to Jersey City!
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#OOPS# Kraft, and Stuffers, it's Frank for the win.

Now come home home, your dinner's getting cold.

Posted on: 2012/6/1 13:40
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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The Pom had a mohawk?!? That's as bad as Snuckie and J-Whoa dyeing their pooches -- Call the ASPCA!

Where was this - in the Villlage or Downtown or by Hamilton Park? Why not just post the name of their (dis)service from the hipster's T-shirt? Was the girlie a tattooed thespian by any chance If so, I.ve seen them at 7s . . . gagg

Posted on: 2012/5/18 4:09
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Re: Door Repair - Need suggestion
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I've sen signs for this outfit on my walks to/from the mall.

http://jclist.com/modules/newbb/viewt ... id=276553#forumpost276553

Posted on: 2012/4/26 18:04
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