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Re: Dan Levin in talks to run with Healy
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Sad, if true.
Especially after the talks I have had with Dan Levin on his outlook...
I guess we are all sell-outs in the end, huh?

Posted on: 2012/8/15 16:40
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Re: neighborhood around 1st and Brunswick
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Dude - you need to get a serious grip.
a) No one was saying Manhattan/Brooklyn have no charm.
b) Living in Paulus Hook does not make VA2015 less wealthy than you.

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vindication15 wrote:
I find it almost laughable how jealously is normalized here on JClist.

So park slope or downtown manhattan have no charm? Or do they have no charm because you're too poor and can't afford to live there? Let's be honest here....

Let me be honest with you. Most people, including myself, if money were not a factor and city life is preferred over surbia (and who have no family or kids) would be in midtown west in a 30 story luxury building with a dead on view of the empire state building. I'm too poor to afford anything more than where I live in paulus hook and you're too poor to afford anything better than anything where you are living at now. For you to put down those living in manhattan or park slope as having no charm is quite ridiculous. They are richer than you, deal with it. If it makes you feel better at night to think that where you live has "charm" then so be it but the newport area has just as much make believe "charm" as where you live does.

The fact is though, more development money flows to newport than does to anything west of jersey ave....how are you measuring "charm"?

Posted on: 2012/7/27 16:13
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Re: Quality of Life
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IMHO there is no real quality of life in Jersey City.

Posted on: 2012/6/18 18:41
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Re: PostNet
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To clarify, my experience had nothing to do with an over-charge...just with a business owner being blatantly rude to me. I chalked it up to a bad day the first time, went back some time later to purchase a greeting card, and apparently that was not a good enough sale.
Whatevs...

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equ wrote:
I've been there a bunch of times for photocopies, packages and the like. I've found them convenient and helpful. I didn't count every single penny, but no price was outrageous. Some people will never be satisfied.

Posted on: 2012/6/1 19:48
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Re: PostNet
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Though part of me fears being attacked by the "JC boys club", I too have had 2 poor experiences at PostNet. Instead of flying off the handle, however, I killed him with kindness and that kind of worked. I still won't be going back, however.

Posted on: 2012/6/1 18:50
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Re: Recommendations for Life Coach??
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Visitor 1, sorry no one warned you that many people on this site are incredibly immature, hateful, judgmental, and incapable of helping others.
Most of the time it isn't worth coming here for any real advice.

However, it looks like there are a couple listings via Yelp for Life Coaches in the surrounding area...

Coach Me Dave
112 Sherman Pl
Jersey City, NJ 07307
(201) 600-8900

Wild Heart Coaching
Hoboken, NJ 07030
(646) 481-9453

Living Harmony
51 Newark St
Hoboken, NJ 07030
(646) 245-2345

Posted on: 2012/5/14 20:54
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Re: How do I report someone for building without a permit?
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Posted on: 2012/5/7 20:57
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Re: Day in the Life: Hudson-Bayonne Lanes in Jersey City
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It's a Jersey Journal article. Don't people post those all the time here?

Posted on: 2012/4/27 20:18
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Re: Best fried chicken?
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Relax; they're remodeling. They are going from grimy to gaudy.

Posted on: 2012/4/27 18:04
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Re: Injeera cravings
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When I am craving Ethiopian, I head to South Orange. There are a couple good, small Ethiopian restaurants there!

http://www.yelp.com/biz/lalibela-ethiopian-restaurant-south-orange

http://www.yelp.com/biz/harrar-cafe-south-orange

Posted on: 2012/4/23 20:25
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Re: Paradise Deli
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It's definitely not closed.

Posted on: 2012/1/10 14:14
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Re: Burning plastic smell - Elizabeth warehouse fire
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Nice life!

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CSXrailfan wrote:

I took this from my helicopter on the way to work this morning.

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Posted on: 2011/12/22 17:20
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Re: Gay Jersey City couple fight mother for custody of twin 5-year-old girls
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Obviously, Heights confused surrogacy with incest. Sad.

I am happy to say that I have been a donor to a gay couple trying to conceive by way of a surrogate, and couldn't be happier for the chance I have given them.

Posted on: 2011/12/21 19:10
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Re: A place where things get done in JC -- bookmark this link
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I have lived in JC for 8 years and actually just used this request service for the first time last weekend, due to someone dumping heavy trash in the alley next to my house. First thing Monday I received a note from JC saying that the trash men would be sent to collect the items, and sure enough when I got home from work, they were gone!

I was pleasantly surprised :)

Posted on: 2011/10/27 18:22
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Re: Taqueria
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I just read this crazy thread after reading the Ibby's thread and how it is starting to mimick the Taqueria thread...
Anyhow, I just wanted to report that I was actually at Taqueria when the below, quoted incident took place. I was with my friend at the time and if I hadn't already been eating, I would have left. I also couldn't believe how calm this woman (apparently hamiltonparkmom) was about the entire thing. I actually went up to the busboy or whomever had asked her to get up and told him I was offended.
I haven't been back since and don't intend to...

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hamiltonpkmom wrote:
Based on my numerous bad experiences there, one being making me get up while I was pregnant because I sat on the chair to rest while my husband was ordering accompanied by the stink eyes by the owner, we stopped going there as well.


Posted on: 2011/9/30 15:33
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Re: Downtown: Williamsburg's Barcade (Bar Arcade) Coming to Newark Avenue
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Each time I pretend to be impressed with the progressive nature of Jersey City, I am astounded by the stupidity of her residents.

Posted on: 2011/4/13 19:42
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Re: Downtown: Williamsburg's Barcade (Bar Arcade) Coming to Newark Avenue
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They probably don't get out anywhere in JC itsaurora. Don't waste your breath.

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ICidiots wrote:
Take it back to williamsburg. Soon jersey city will be over run by beards and ironic t-shirts.


Soon? I take it you don't go to Lucky 7s too often.

Posted on: 2011/4/13 18:21
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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Oh please? Sure...I am making this up :eyeroll:
I was told in a text message by my landlord to not deposit my dog's waste (yes, it was in a knotted bag) in the outside garbage cans, in which I put my kitchen/apartment waste. It was then noted on the actual garbage containers with a sign. And then again in the rider to my lease.

Anyhow, that point isn't up for debate.
What is, is the fact that JC seriously lacks garbage cans.
Any other city in this country (even the small towns in which I have lived) has city cans on the corners.

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Josiered wrote:
CHACHACHA - oh please - who the hell is your landlord to tell you that you cannot use your trash to put the dog poop in? I have a tenant and they put their dog poop (which is already in a bag) in the trash bin and I am glad that they at least pick it up....screw your landlord, pick it up and put it with the rest of the garbage. After all it is garbage. I do the same thing myself, there are no public receptacles so I put it in my own garbage can. It's in a bag already and no different than the crap that is already in there...you can't be that moronic to walk to a public trash can to dispose of it - does your landlord monitor your garbage? Just throw it in there and be done with it...if he doesn't like it then let him take it somewhere else.....I can't believe you even posted that you walk three blocks out of your way looking for a trash bin? It's garbage so put it with the GARBAGE!

Posted on: 2011/3/28 15:39
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Re: Please clean up your dog poop...
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Another reason people probably refrain from picking up their dog's poop, is the fact that there are hardly any public trashcans in Jersey City. I have been told by my landlord to NOT use our outdoor trashcans to dispose of my dog's poop bags (though I pay to live there). It is such a pain having to walk an extra few blocks to find a public trashcan late at night, when it is raining, when I am running late for work, etc. And, yes, I have brought this issue up with the city who could care less.

I really believe more public trashcans would help our rampant dog poop issue.

Posted on: 2011/3/25 18:27
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Re: Can you bring food on the path?
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Pretty sure the "law" is to discourage eating and drinking on the train...not to carry food. It doesn't make sense that I can't go grocery shopping at Whole Foods/Trader Joes and also buy a few beers and not be able to bring them back via PATH train.

Posted on: 2011/1/10 14:23
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Re: Bear hunt opponents rally today at NJ Statehouse in Trenton
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Yup

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Vigilante wrote:
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GrovePath wrote:


"I didn't feel the gun," Christian said about the recoil.


Christian, his uncle, and Christian's father, Lawrence Davidson, 45, were in Union City yesterday visiting taxidermist John Janelli, whom they hired to stuff the bruin.



"I never saw a kid this young hunt a black bear before, this is unbelievable," Janelli, the taxidermist, remarked.



Asked what he wants to hunt next, Christian pointed to the heads of caribou and buffalo hanging in Janelli's living room on Central Avenue.

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They're pussies.

Posted on: 2010/12/8 16:53
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Re: Pet Supply Store
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I completely agree. It's tragic, really. And the birds...oh the birds :(

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I_heart_JC wrote:
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On_The_3rd wrote:
Village Tropical has a great selection of organic/natural/holistic food....


they also have stacks of ferrets and rabbits, miserably crowded into filthy cages. shows how much they *really* care about animals. no matter how low I am on supplies, I won't give them my business.

Posted on: 2010/12/8 16:50
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Re: Beware of Dog!!
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I, for one, am not picking a fight and sorry if my previous post came across as rude.

I have a dog who is a member of my family and similar things have happened to her. I also had a dog that got in a fight with another and I did pay their vet bill. While it is a crappy situation, I guess I just meant it's best to chalk it up to error. Describing the dog owners and dog on the site will not do anything. It is possible the yorkie provoked the other dog and this black and white dog will be perfectly fine with other dogs. You never know what will set off an animal (or human animal for that matter).

Also, it sounds as though the owners did what they should in that situation... "They wanted to take our number and also offered to by her a new collar".

Posting a beware of dog warning seems very unfair.

Posted on: 2010/12/6 19:08
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Re: Beware of Dog!!
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Dogs will be dogs.
Just as humans get rubbed the wrong way by humans, so do animals. This is the chance we all take as dog owners.

Posted on: 2010/12/6 17:16
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Re: Pet Supply Store
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There is no pet store on Jersey Ave as far as I know.

Posted on: 2010/12/3 20:40
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Re: 2 pit bulls kill cat while their owner just looks on; then says 'My bad'
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There was another post already going about this, but since it didn't begin with the article, Webmaster deleted it and just posted Grove Path's link/sample from the article.

What crack are you smoking?

Posted on: 2010/11/30 21:57
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Re: 2 pit bulls kill cat while their owner just looks on; then says 'My bad'
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No, this is Webmaster's way of saying "I love GrovePath and he rules all of Jersey City and the Jersey Journal and no one else's insight matters". Pathetic.

Posted on: 2010/11/30 21:38
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Re: TSA Image Jokes of Cavity Searching Our Children
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Can you provide facts from a credible source? I am not saying I don't have my own conspiracy theories, but...

Posted on: 2010/11/23 20:37
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Re: TSA Image Jokes of Cavity Searching Our Children
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@BassFace...
Since you seem very adamant that we, as Americans, are being puppet-ed along (yes I agree with that point), what is your proposed remedy?

Posted on: 2010/11/23 16:00
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Re: Hard Grove wants an Entertainment and Dance License: help petition against it
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I, for one, believe EVERYTHING Healy says!

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JadedJC wrote:

You obviously have never read the plaque hanging above the cash register at Shadman. Mayor Healy calls it an "elegant" setting in there.

Posted on: 2010/11/19 18:21
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