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Re: Marijuana Business Rules Coming Soon
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Quote:

Mao wrote:
Actually, data indicate that the black and grey markets grow. Murphy and the Democrats push of Pot (like abortion and euthanasia) says a lot about their concerns.

A great summary of how the Cannibis industry and its apologists have obscured the science to foist this on us is Alan Berenson's, the NYTimes reporter, book. What To Tell Your Children. https://www.amazon.com/Tell-Your-Child ... na-Violence/dp/1982103663


I think Mao is onto something here.
If we go back to Alduous Huxley's book BRAVE NEW WORLD, the populace is kept happy and under control with a government issued drug.

After what we've seen in the last year or so, it's pretty obvious that politicians are interested in keeping us under control. What better way to do it than legalizing widespread usage of cannabis? Hallucinogens are sure to be next.

Protect your childre and keep them informed.

Posted on: 7/15 18:37
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Where's Fauci lately?

Posted on: 6/22 0:42
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Re: Do not vaccinate your children!
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Take a little time and get educated about the drug ivermectin.

Put it in on you tube and listen to a couple of segments.

After you've learned about its effectiveness against the co vid, wonder why it's not being promoted by the U.S.

Maybe something to do with the billions Big Pharma is making off of the "vaccines"?

The death rate from the virus in the U.S. is .04%.

Posted on: 6/19 14:40
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Re: Murphy Ends Outdoor Mask Requirement But Leaves Others in Place
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When politicians become doctors and doctors become politicians better CYA.

Posted on: 5/19 13:31
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Re: The Country's Biggest Weekly Open-air Food Market - Smorgasburg
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Well,
If a "super spreader" event of this type is being allowed there had better be an IRISH FEST this year.

Posted on: 5/13 12:47
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Re: Controversial Pedestrian Mall Renovation Moves Forward
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Is JERSEY CITY TIMES a person or a news outlet? Why do they command so much space?

Posted on: 4/27 13:23
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Re: Could Liberty State Park Have More Amenities?
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I have to agree with heights in toto.
In probably one of the more congested areas of the country open space and breathable are such valuable premiums.
There's a monstrosity being built (supposedly) in the meadowlands that has all of the amenities you could wish for at any given time.
Why not pack a little something to eat, bring a kite or a soccer ball and enjoy the breeze down by the water?
Development of one kind will surely bring development of another. The merchant class is relentless in pursuit of monies, and they'll slip into every little loophole.

Keep it green.

Posted on: 4/27 13:20
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Re: Schools to be Well Funded but Taxes are Going Up
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Doesn't this money come into play?

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2021/03/huds ... on-in-stimulus-funds.html

Among the recipients, Hudson County government will receive $130.4 million, while Jersey City will get $145.8 million.

The Hudson County share of $424,614,802, second only to Essex County?s $463.7 million allotment, is part of $10.2 billion awarded to counties and municipalities across the state.

Some numbers:

Hudson County: $130.4 million
Bayonne: $39.2 million
East Newark: $255,403
Guttenberg: $1.1 million
Harrison: $2 million
Hoboken: $27.2 million
Kearny: $4 million
Jersey City: $145.8 million
North Bergen: $17.6 million
Secaucus: $2.2 million
Union City: $26.4 million
Weehawken: $1.4 million
West New York: $26.8 million

Posted on: 3/19 13:10
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Is he going to run his son's campaign for mayor from his new HQ?
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Posted on: 3/15 15:10
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Re: Covid Gathering Limits to Increase Next Week
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Yep.
And here's our new leader:

https://www.theyeshivaworld.com/news/f ... secretary-of-defense.html

He's got his finger on the button?

Uh Oh.

Posted on: 3/11 21:01
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Re: What's going there?
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The anticipation is just too much....Who needs little shops anyway? Another fast food hustle. WOW!!

Posted on: 3/9 18:52
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Re: Group Urges BOE to Fully Fund Schools
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Great letter in the NJ.com site Yvonne.

Truly tells it like it is.

Pity the older homeowners and the working people in Jersey City.

Keep fighting the good fight.

Posted on: 3/3 22:20
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Re: City Announces Rent and Utility Assistance
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Great letter in the NJ.com site today Yvonne.

Truly tells it like it is.

Pity the older homeowners and the working people in Jersey City.

Keep fighting the good fight.

Posted on: 2/25 16:46
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Re: Jersey City has big plans for 100 acres on West Side along Hackensack River
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So, is it a possible future scenario that the assistance being given to renters will be withheld from the five thousand property owners behind in their taxes whom Yvonne is speaking of in an earlier post?

So, worst possible case: tax sales of those properties to voracious real estate investors, tear downs and more uglification of Jersey City?

Posted on: 2/17 5:52
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Re: Resolution on Trump from the City Council
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My thanks to the moderator for taking action on the vile comments.

Posted on: 1/21 21:04
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Re: Affordable Housing rents are being increased during the pandemic.
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Posted on: 1/5 0:03
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Re: my 4th quarter property tax went up 20% anyone know why?
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It may retain the name Jersey City, but will never be anything like the city I was born into.
Greed is now shaping the environment like it never has before in the city's history.
It's a shame what is happening to long time residents. In speaking with someone who runs a food pantry in the Van Vorst area I was shocked when he told me how many older city residents are on line for food stuffs.

Posted on: 12/1 14:42
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Re: Street and sidewalk condition
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So then, the landlords (or owners) don't take any interest in the property's surrounding either?

The filth just accumulates and no one makes an effort to remove it?

Posted on: 2020/11/22 19:00
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Street and sidewalk condition
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I don't really know where the blame lays, but in walking through a variety of downtown neighborhoods yesterday evening the general slovenliness of streets and sidewalks was very noticeable.
All of these expensive properties: aren't people who live in them upset enough to pick up a broom each day and do a little cleaning up of the front of their homes? I understand that it's a thankless task when the people responsible for the trash have irresponsible ways, but in giving up altogether in resignation a filthy environment persists. Filth invites unhealthy living conditions; something we need to think more about in these times.

Posted on: 2020/11/21 14:35
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Re: Question about Dixon Mills
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I think that you'll get more responses at Reddit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/jerseycity/co ... tm9/jc_list_vs_jc_reddit/

There seems to be a more youthful and responsive group there.

Each day there are fewer and fewer threads developed here.

What happened?

Posted on: 2020/10/27 12:42
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Re: Top 10 Pumpkin Patches Near Jersey City
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Large pumpkins at Wal Mart for four dollars.

Posted on: 2020/9/30 14:44
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Re: JC voters to decide whether to create new arts and culture trust fund
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Can you explain what you've said here? Makes no sense.

dr_nick_riviera wrote:

The president you and Yvonne fervently support uses that term quite frequently.

Posted on: 2020/9/26 22:52
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Re: JC voters to decide whether to create new arts and culture trust fund
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If my memory serves me well, there was a particularly despicable person in history (think WW2) who headed a group of other vile people who described a particular people of a religious persuasion as "vermin".
Would the moderator please take a look at this last posting? It goes outside the realm of decent discussion.

Posted on: 2020/9/26 13:39
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Kool is gone but not forgotten.
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Posted on: 2020/9/10 12:14
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Amazon scam
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Be careful. There's an Amazon phone scam going around. A caller will tell you that an order has been placed and they'll give you a call back number.
I called Amazon instead and customer service informed me that a scam is in progress. Amazon doesn't call unless you call them. Pass this around.

Posted on: 2020/8/27 12:27
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Large residential projects
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While travelling down to Monmouth County yesterday I noticed three large scale residential projects underway on routes 35 & 36. Towns in Middlesex County are also in the process of developing a number of new living areas. Also, clusters have been springing up near rail stops--particularly large ones in Rahway and Avenel. Anyone like to venture an assessment of what these growth spurts are about?

Posted on: 2020/7/17 12:17
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Re: The Pandemic's effect on the Jersey City and overall Urban Real Estate Market
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https://www.winknews.com/2020/06/08/co ... e-rare-who-official-says/

Who's foolin' who?

Do any of these people know what's going on?

Posted on: 2020/6/9 15:07
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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I've got to go along with JC Guys for the most part.
Journalists should report the news. There are so many other career choices for those who want to bring the light of goodness into the world. My particular beef with newsapers pressing people to see things their way lies with the editorial page, where the editor gets to proffer his particular visions and desires to the reading public.
What gives them the right to do that, especially in a time when newspapers have seen fit to excise reader's opinions from the pages? Letter writers and comment contributors, in a fair world, should be given the same opportunity as the editor and the journalists. Who made those in the newspaper trade the arbiters of truth or deceit?

As Joe Friday used to intone: "Just the facts Ma'am, just the facts."

We can take it from there thank you.

Posted on: 2020/5/31 14:23
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More change in journalism
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Posted on: 2020/5/31 14:09
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Re: NJ.com removing comments from site on Thursday
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This is an amazing admission by a a senior executive at the Ledger (nj.com). Desperation is clearly setting in as circulation is in a serious decline.

Take a few minutes to read it:

https://www.nj.com/news/2020/05/we-wan ... oing-to-address-that.html

The Brave New World rolls on...or over.

Posted on: 2020/5/29 21:13
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