Register now !    Login  
Main Menu
Who's Online
59 user(s) are online (56 user(s) are browsing Message Forum)

Members: 0
Guests: 59

more...


Forum Index


Board index » All Posts (sullyx)




Re: TALDE JERSEY CITY
#91
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

WhoElseCouldIBe wrote:
Quote:

TonyTwoPoops wrote:
Quote:

WhoElseCouldIBe wrote:
Quote:

I_heart_JC wrote:
I would love a good old fashioned diner in that space. bizarre that the only real diner option in a vibrant New Jersey downtown is the Brownstone.


Never heard of City Diner?


Just because it exists doesn't necessarily make it worth mentioning. Brownstone isn't even that great. Downtown needs a decent diner.


Oh, please. It's still a real diner option.


Flamingo was a real diner, City Diner not so much

Posted on: 2016/3/4 14:15
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Are These Your Kids? Darwin Award Nominees
#92
Home away from home
Home away from home


So did you bother calling the cops, out of concern for their safety?

Posted on: 2016/3/2 1:22
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Bedroom zoning requirements
#93
Home away from home
Home away from home


I was visiting a friend at Zephyr Lofts on Jersey and Observer Blvd on Sunday for the first time and he was telling me they called his rental a one bedroom despite the fact that there were no windows in the bedroom, instead it had french doors that opened up to the living room and the outside windows. Should it have been marketed as a studio? probably

Posted on: 2016/2/10 19:16
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Storefronts not shoveled
#94
Home away from home
Home away from home


161-169 Monroe St, parking lot appears to have plowed all the snow from the lot onto the sidewalk, 3+' mounds. Reported on JCRRC fix-it app this morning.

Posted on: 2016/1/25 18:03
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: The loss of property rights in JC
#95
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

light12v wrote:
Quote:

sullyx wrote:
1. CAPS LOCK is to the left of your left pinky, learn to use it.

2. Yvonne is unhinged and makes up stories to fit her complaint, ie the pedestrian plaza causing traffic backup's going the west over a mile past the plaza


1] WHO R U 'TO BE OBEYED' ?

2] THANK YOU 4 SHARING YOUR UNINFORMED OPINION.


1. Not asking to be obeyed, only pointing out that your cap lock is on and you appear to be shouting for no good reason. You do realize that's generally what people infer from writers that do so, right?

2. You're missing the difference between fact and opinion. It is a fact that the pedestrian plaza is not causing traffic backups up Newark by the court house but it is Yvonne's uninformed opinion that it is Mr. Balcer. If you think otherwise, I've got another pot hole for you to sit in.

Posted on: 2016/1/21 19:04
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: The loss of property rights in JC
#96
Home away from home
Home away from home


1. CAPS LOCK is to the left of your left pinky, learn to use it.

2. Yvonne is unhinged and makes up stories to fit her complaint, ie the pedestrian plaza causing traffic backup's going the west over a mile past the plaza

Posted on: 2016/1/21 18:19
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: As the end of the year approaches, let's recap JC in 2015
#97
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

Yvonne wrote:
Quote:

bodhipooh wrote:
Pizza and burger joints continue to reign supreme.

Food trucks vs. "brick and mortars" wars followed by a ban from the Grove Street Plaza.

Murder and homicides rates have inched up.

Deaths from delayed ambulances due to the Newark St pedestrian plaza: ZERO (sorry, Yvonne)

Property Tax Reval: still not here

PATH: still sucks, and everyone STILL hates the PA

Traffic jams perpetually snarling DTJC because of the pedestrian plaza: didn't happen.

DTJC real estate crash: nope, not yet

New classy bars with ZERO TVs: one (The Archer)

Bike sharing systems wars: one

New Whole Foods locations: zero

New eateries and bars: Dullboy, Prato, Cheesecake Factory, Chik Fil A, South House, The Archer, Transmission, The Kitchen, JC Fish Stand, Carrino Provisions / Osteria / Bell & Gray, Burger Eatery, Departed Soles, Bucket & Bay, Talde, Pasta Dal Cuore, Koro Koro, Ahris Kitchen, Raval, Just Beclaws, Porta.

Still waiting for: Monty's, White Eagle Hall, Hard Grove relocation.

New TJ locations: zero

Closed / OOB: Carrino Provisions / Osteria / Bell & Gray, Lee Sim's, Thirty Acres, Powerhouse Lounge / 6th Boro Lounge, Sushi Tango, Box, Nu Bar, Azucar, The Kitchen.

Council members indicted or arrested: one


I just saw the firetrucks moved like molasses on Newark Avenue heading west, no one knows because no data is collected on safety and the closing of the street. The traffic went from bad to worse after the closing. Residents in Ward C will have less fire service when the Palisade Avenue Bridge is close for renovations.


Wow, I was hoping this broken record would find a new tune in 2016 but no. Yvonne, WTF does traffic west of the pedestrian plaza have to do with traffic moving away from said plaza?

Posted on: 2016/1/5 21:02
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Rent space to sell jewelry - downtown
#98
Home away from home
Home away from home


try one of the vintage shops downtown, Another Man's Treasure, E Tittlemouse or the one on Erie.

Posted on: 2015/12/30 19:45
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Jersey City man spends 35 days in jail after police enter home without a warrant
#99
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:
JC_Man wrote: Quote:
Stringer wrote:

Jersey City pays man $20K to settle warrantless-search lawsuit

By Ron Zeitlinger | The Jersey Journal
December 17, 2015 at 1:26 PM

A Jersey City man whose apartment was searched illegally by police almost three years ago will receive $20,000 from Jersey City to settle a lawsuit.

Keith Pantaleon, who now lives in New York, was charged with possession of an assault rifle and other related counts, but those charges were dismissed by Hudson County Superior Court Judge John Young in February 2014, a month after Young had ruled the police officers' search illegal.

In that ruling, Young was extremely critical of the officers involved, Ehab Abdelaziz and Sean Francis Licata, saying they were not truthful in their testimony during an evidentiary hearing.

Young wrote that Abdelaziz and Licata testified that they stood in Pantaleon's doorway and did not enter his apartment until they saw a gun. Two witnesses, Panaleon's landlord and another tenant, testified that police entered the apartment with them, although the landlord was not given permission by Pantaleon to enter the apartment.

Read more:  http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/20 ... ettle_illegal-search.html

$20K?? Wow he picked the wrong attorney to represent him - should be at least two more zeros after the $20K.
agree with you about $20k but bump it to $2M? put down the crack pipe.

Posted on: 2015/12/18 14:51
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Christie Falling (and you don't want to be below when he does)
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

lefty55 wrote:
http://www.politico.com/story/2015/12 ... -rating-new-jersey-216654
And Monroe, I don't want to hear about Corzine's polls or Hillary"s polls, deal with it!


it's sad when you don't do the research or rely on crappy sites, Christie, whether you like him or not has been surging in the recent polls but go ahead and bury your head in the sand

Posted on: 2015/12/11 14:15
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: In case you missed the news.. major cooridinated Islamic terror attack in Paris
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

Pebble wrote:
Quote:

PremiumContent wrote:
Quote:

SOS wrote:
Quote:

PremiumContent wrote:
It's obvious that a literal interpretation of the koran is incompatible with western society.


True. Just like the old testament and much of the new testament.


Do modern Christians stone people? Honor Killings are still a thing in Islam.


Kevin Swanson held a rally in order to advocate for the murder of gay people. Sadly, three people running for president attended this event.

Honor killings aren't occurring in America at nearly the same rate as gay people are getting murdered due to bigotry...


1 Honor killing in America are mostly under reported b/c people in the community won't cooperate with authorities and then there's the whole PC aspect of claiming it was in fact an Honor killing.
2. lets see your facts about gays being murdered in America due to bigotry!

Posted on: 2015/11/17 21:51
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Take your ID to the polls
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

Pebble wrote:
Quote:
People attempted to cheat and were caught. How is that proof that there is ongoing fraud? If anything, it proves that cheating the system is damn near impossible, even if the election is a low level city council position.


Nonsense, he wouldn't of committed the crime if he thought he would get caught. This is afterall Hudson County, one of the most corrupt political places in the entire USA.

Posted on: 2015/11/4 20:36
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Take your ID to the polls
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

shuklad wrote:
Quote:

richieveal wrote:
Voting should require your identification. It is idiotic not to.


agreed. dont understand why you shouldnt have to show it


well that's because it would disenfranchise millions of poor Americans that have no identification yet still manage to cash checks, fill prescriptions, buy alcohol or cigarettes, apply for wellfare, food stamps, oh wait, I just ruined that argument.

Posted on: 2015/11/3 21:35
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Take your ID to the polls
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

sranade wrote:
I was asked for my drivers license when I voted this morning. Luckily, I had it with me. Even though it's illegal to request ID, play it safe and make sure to have it on you when you vote. My polling station is in Ward E, but who knows what is happening elsewhere.


Maybe you looked like you were going to vote Republican?

Seriously though, they weren't asking at GVV this morning that I noticed, but I can tell you from history, it would make things a lot quicker if they did ask for ID, the poll workers seem to have trouble with the alphabet even when you spell your last name for them.

Posted on: 2015/11/3 19:42
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Resident calls Jersey City condo artwork inappropriate
Home away from home
Home away from home


can't imagine your thoughts on National Geographic magazine and the porn it shows

Quote:

Yvonne wrote:
Sorry, I don't agree, this is close to porn without being porn, Sommerman.

Posted on: 2015/10/29 19:29
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Traffic light at Grove+Columbus - whose stupid idea was this?
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

CatDog wrote:
I'm also not excited about the bus only left turn from Columbus to Marin, which I guess was meant to deter people from taking the shortcut to the tunnel. Everyone ignores it anyway. It should be restricted to rush hour only, if that's what the goal was.


it would be real nice to see the police actually enforce it, I bike home through that intersection on a daily basis and the 2 chuckleheads assigned that duty are sitting on the corner by Starbucks drinking coffee 80% of the time. I've posted pics to our dear JC leaders on twitter but never a response.

Posted on: 2015/10/6 16:39
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: WHY ARE CYCLISTS BEING ALLOWED TO RIDE THOUGH NEWARK AVE PEDESTRIAN PLAZA??
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

jcrules wrote:
Two words, sullyx. PEDESTRIAN PLAZA.


go find me one pedestrian plaza in the US that does not allow for NON-motorized transportation, in the meantime, look out, IMA fly through at 5 MPH in about 15 minutes.

Posted on: 2015/7/10 20:22
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: WHY ARE CYCLISTS BEING ALLOWED TO RIDE THOUGH NEWARK AVE PEDESTRIAN PLAZA??
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

QueenONght wrote:
I agree that if the pedestrian plaza will be a permanent fixture that something has to be done to accommodate bike riders... however this should be part of a broader discussion about bikes on the sidewalks in all of Jersey City.

Outside of young children riding on the sidewalk, it is incredibly dangerous (and illegal). I've been clipped by bikers several times on Newark and have had a number of close calls with my dog as well.

If I've experienced this on a regular/less-crowded sidewalk, the addition of bikes to the pedestrian plaza (without any specific guidelines) will result in injuries.

Given that this is still new, now is a great time for the administration to propose a solution.


unfortunately it's NOT illegal to bike on the sidewalk and it drives me up a wall when I see them doing so.

Posted on: 2015/7/10 20:21
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: WHY ARE CYCLISTS BEING ALLOWED TO RIDE THOUGH NEWARK AVE PEDESTRIAN PLAZA??
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

jcrules wrote:
I agree, bustjc, but still feel very strongly that it would be best to have a strict no bike-riding rule. Really not that hard to walk it one block or take a different route. Really hope someone with power at city hall sees this and agrees. It only makes sense.


oh good lord, watch out, the sky is falling! get over it already and maybe put your energy into getting cyclists to 1. bike WITH traffic on 2 way streets and 2. stop biking the wrong way down 1 way streets in the bike lane, bike lanes aren't 2 way and I'm going to kick someone into traffic pretty soon.

Until then I'll enjoy biking through Fletchers Bike Thuroughfare, getting off and walking it is not going to happen.

Posted on: 2015/7/10 19:29
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Drunk Republican driving around DTJC arrested...
Home away from home
Home away from home


sorry but why does this subject "Drunk Republican..." The thread about our dear council man getting into an accident in his city owned SUV while drunk doesn't mention his political affiliation in the subject line.

Posted on: 2015/7/8 20:52
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Burning the Confederate and Nazi banners in bustling Journal Square...
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

Wishful_Thinking wrote:
Quote:

JCMan8 wrote:
Quote:

devilsadvocate wrote:
Quote:

drifterx wrote:
Hold your horses, it hasn't happened yet so there is no proof of anything. The fact that it took a massacre to change people's opinions is a problem.


It really isn't. Now you're unhappy that people disagree with you over the colors of a freakin' cloth. By the way, I'm fairly ambivalent on this topic and see both sides here. But I find it ridiculous that some people feel as though there shouldn't be a debate and that this shouldn't be decided democratically, one side should just be declared "wrong" and that should be the end of it. That side lately has always been the left wing, by the way.

And realistically, it is only a matter of time before the flag goes away.


Well said. Democracy doesn't mean you get your way only. Many liberals seem to have forgotten this.

What possible debate can or should you have about the confederate flag? I has only had one meaning, as expressed here by the person who created it - http://mic.com/articles/121082/here-s ... f-the-man-who-designed-it

And if only conservatives also remembered democracy is not about only getting their way - http://www.msnbc.com/msnbc/bobby-jind ... ts-just-get-rid-the-court


you killed your own argument with those links

Posted on: 2015/7/2 14:50
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Guillo\'s (Dive) Bar
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

thor800 wrote:
has this improved ? i live on the block and see the people around but guess the noise doesnt quite get to my end.


depends on your definition of improved. He added WiFi, removed the old beer coolers letting more light in through the windows and updated the juke box but unfortunately with the closing of Music Box, he's picked up some of their former crowd.

Posted on: 2015/5/18 16:10
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Excellent Buffalo Wings- Where can I find them?
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

bodhipooh wrote:
Quote:

slim26 wrote:
I'm a big fan of Buffalo Wild Wings, unfortunately you need to drive to Seacucus for that.


Over the past week or so, I have heard two or three people raving about the wings at BWW. I have visited two different locations (not in this area) and have not been impressed, at all. I don't get the love for this place. If nothing else, I think it shows that anything above mediocre will do well in this area, given the poor choices. I honestly don't know of many good places where to get wings in this area, even after visiting many, many bars, pubs and restaurants. Locally: Talde and Bon Chon are good, and so is Cluck U. Regionally: Pok Pok (in Brooklyn) has good wings, any Korean fried chicken place (especially when ordering drumsticks) is good, Atomic Wings is decent (are they still around?) and I have had good wings at a few local bars/pubs (Jack Demsey's, on 33rd, stands out, and the Lincoln Park Bar and Grill, on 56th and 9th Ave)

We just don't have good wings in this area, and BWW is sub par. Outside of this area, but close enough: Quaker Steak & Lube (a new location opened recently in Edison) and Moriarty's in Philadelphia. In fact, I have had chicken wings all over the world, and I don't think I have ever had better wings than the ones in Moriarty's: the wings are PERFECT (huge, meaty, moist) and their fries are good, with a ton of really good draft beer choices.


Talde and Bon Chon??? good lord, have you ever had a actual Buffalo wing? 9th and Coles Tavern and White Star offer the best downtown currently. Lucky 7 used to have good wings but that changed with the kitchen staff. Not sure about the West Side or heights for wings currently. Oh and if you're in city on the East side, Blue Moon Saloon will even ask you if you want them done the proper Buffalo way and baked after being fried and basted. 1 Fry, 2 Baste, 3 Bake 4 Re-baste and serve

Posted on: 2015/5/4 19:26
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Downtown Jersey City businesses take on local farmers market
Home away from home
Home away from home


I will personally go and patronize 2 Boots after reading the rants from the likes of most of the assholes on this thread.

Posted on: 2015/2/25 14:27
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Neighbor Not Shoveling their Sidewalk? There's an App for that (in S. Orange)
Home away from home
Home away from home


so just download the Jersey City RRC Fix-It app in the google or apple play store. This isn't special to just South Orange

Posted on: 2015/2/19 21:45
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: To JC Bikers Who Ride on Sidewalks...
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

- Going against the flow of traffic permitted only where there are dedicated bike lanes, bike going with flow of traffic has right of way


Um NO. Bikers should NEVER be riding against traffic regardless of the presence of a bike lane.

Posted on: 2014/9/19 18:26
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Healy administration, Vega recommend sweetening tax abatement for 77 Hudson
Home away from home
Home away from home


@hero69- and the really disgusting thing is for you to try and bring Romney into this thread, just goes to show how ignorant you really are.

Posted on: 2012/7/17 19:08
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Downtown Jersey City major streets very unsafe and bad access for pedestrians
Home away from home
Home away from home


Quote:

trambone wrote:
Quote:

linky wrote:
Quote:

disportus wrote:
What about the free for all that is Monmouth St? They put up a giant "Stop for Peds" at Pavonia and Monmouth but when you are going 50mph I suppose it is difficult to see the sign? I actually point at the sign as people blow past it on their way to the Tunnel or Hoboken and surprise surprise they do not stop. I actually had a woman in a white Jeep Cherokee flip me off as she sped past myself and about 6 kids waiting to cross. Always keeping things classy. Giant trucks, constant sirens and crazy drivers make Monmouth miserable. Try loading kids into a car on Monmouth or 9th without some ahole laying on the horn.


This is one of the worst corners, and it's a problem because that park is right there. Once i was trying to cross with my two little girls and their scooters. Car after car just kept going. One of them was a pair of cops who looked at us lazily and just kept going. I pointed at the sign and yelled in the window, " Thanks Officers!". They just kept going without batting an eye. Doesn't really matter to them because their kids live on a cul-de-sac in Howell.


Its not a real stop sign though. The only real one before that is like on 6th.


stop sign or not, they're required to STOP for pedestrians, I've stood patiently at that corner waiting for a break in traffic before and the drivers are complete assholes, I've also been flipped off by more than one when I point out the pedestrian crossing sign as well. I'm going to start carrying dead batteries to throw at these cars that can't manage to let pedestrians cross and then we'll see who has the last laugh.

Posted on: 2010/3/4 20:45
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Hamilton Park Ale House jersey Ave.
Home away from home
Home away from home


@tecjc my comment regarding the t.v.'s is due to the fact they don't have enough to show all the games that are on at the same time.

and tommyc_37, I don't know where you're coming from but the White Star is only a 3 minute walk from HPAH, not really in the boonies.

Posted on: 2009/10/15 20:21
utterly deplorable
 Top 


Re: Hamilton Park Ale House jersey Ave.
Home away from home
Home away from home


tommyc_37 what made this place a good spot for the games? they didn't have enough t.v.s to cover all the games unlike White Star, Lucky 7's or Abbeys and the food was pretty shitty and over priced.

Posted on: 2009/10/13 15:19
utterly deplorable
 Top 



TopTop
« 1 2 3 (4) 5 6 7 ... 9 »






Login
Username:

Password:

Remember me



Lost Password?

Register now!



LicenseInformation | AboutUs | PrivacyPolicy | Faq | Contact


JERSEY CITY LIST - News & Reviews - Jersey City, NJ - Copyright 2004 - 2017