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Re: 2018 Property Tax payments: 3rd & 4th Quarter information
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I got the bill yesterday. August taxes due by October 2 before interest is added.

Posted on: 2018/9/12 17:00
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Re: Glue Vandalism On Locks
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Thanks for all the helpful input. After two times, this is obviously very deliberate and trust me I have been doing through the rolodex in my mind about who is doing this. And while I may be naive, I don't remember pissing anyone off this much recently. I have some thoughts but it's complete speculation.

I doubt its a patron from the Latin Lounge. This seems very deliberate, and the problems that come from there are random, crazy, and loud fights in the middle of the night, not so much purposeful screwing up the neighborhood.

Cameras will be going up. Thanks for the recommendations again. And in my dreams, once I turn them over to police, I hope the standard punishment is supergluing their hands to their nether regions.


Posted on: 2017/2/8 1:58
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Glue Vandalism On Locks
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I'm DT in the village. The locks on the front of my 2 unit building (I own one of the units) have been vandalized two times in the last 2 weeks with superglue. The first time I called police non-emergency, but I decided not to file a complaint/get a police report thinking that it was just some stupid random vandalism (I know, I'm a dummy).

Today, I come home from work and it has happened again. I filed a complaint with the police, and they said this is the only building in the neighborhood this is happening to, or at least has spoken up about it.

I'm at the point where I may spend my measly tax return on a security camera system.

So...
Is this happening to anyone else?
Does anyone have experience dealing with, stopping, or preventing this?
Can anyone recommend an affordable security camera system?





Posted on: 2017/2/7 0:52
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Re: JC monopoly mural on/in newark pedestrian plaza
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If it's true, I think it's an interesting development that city hall would want to include Charles & Co., Silverman, the Beacon, etc. on a monopoly board. That screams irony to me.

And since monopoly boards have lots of white space, residents can get out their markers and express themselves. Interactive art.

I'm not sure if this is the intention, but #jcmakeityours.

Posted on: 2016/7/4 18:04
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Re: Yvonne Outdoes Herself - Transgender Bathroom Editorial
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Quote:

Yvonne wrote:
Man rapes 12 year old girl in CVS bathroom

http://www.chron.com/news/houston-tex ... d-rape-at-CVS-6794669.php


I know this is futile but:

Yvonne, how does keeping transgender people out of the public bathroom of their gender identity prevent such a horrible crime?

An overwhelming majority of sexual crimes against children are committed by cisgender, heterosexual men that the child victim knows, not by a stranger in a bathroom. I don't see you advocating for all men to be segregated away from under-aged relatives, banning men from being sports coaches, or required police supervision of priest and child interaction.

Calling people evil for having a different viewpoint than you affirms the weakness of your argument.

It is particularly abhorrent to use "child safety" as an mask for your bigotry. It's like holding a fundraiser for cancer research and spending the money on a shopping spree for yourself. It boils down to narcissism.

Lastly, it's clear that you don't know any transgender people, because I believe your views would be different. Get back to us when you're a little less ignorant on the topic.

Posted on: 2016/4/27 17:54
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Re: TALDE JERSEY CITY
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Quote:

MikeyTBC wrote:
Quote:

sillyscorp wrote:
my friend is a huge top chef fan and is visiting for the weekend and I think that we are going to head over (I have been a few times when they first opened.. I agree with PP - it's not bad but the bill turned me off to going there as a casual "hey let's grab something cause I don't want to cook tonight" place and put it into "date night" area which it wasn't the best atmosphere for)

any thoughts on a crew of like 6 people going there Saturday night at like 7/8 pm? do they do reservations? we wanted to just get an appetizer or two and a drink (the idea is to do a bit of a "bar crawl" around JC since her and husband are from the burbs w kids and "never do anything fun")

also thinking of a taco and margarita (or tequila shot) at Orale and maybe a drink and the bacon wrapped onion rings at Southhouse (never eaten there but heard that app is good and the drinks are great)

any other stops you think that we should make (mainly on Newark/Grove restaurant row since its going to be a little cold Saturday night and I rather not be walking all over town)

figure if we are still hungry after that we can always get a pizza or something late night


check out the Archer. Was impressed with the food and drinks. Mmm...VENISON CORN DOGS


I second Archer. I can't speak of the food, but the cocktails are the best in the JC (along with third and vine, in my humble opinion). At 14 bucks they are pricey, and most of the time out of my price point, but it's definitely worth it if fancy cocktails are your thing. Treat yo self!

If you like bloody Marys, get the michelada at orale, g?ey.

Skip Talde. Save yourself the headache.

Posted on: 2016/3/17 0:17
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Re: Resident calls Jersey City condo artwork inappropriate
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Um...Michelangelo's Last Judgement on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican is full of naked and half naked people in close proximity to each other for christ's sake. His statue of David, a biblical figure, stands in full naked glory, pubic hair and all. Equating nudity with pornography is a product of your own perverted mind.

I do not compare these photos to Michelangelo; they're mediocre and derivative at best.

Posted on: 2015/11/1 2:44
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Re: Cheap Eats - "doing business in JC is more expensive than people realize"
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Rosa Restaurant and Deli - formerly Le Deli - on the northeast corner of 7th and Monmouth attached to the musicbox. Best lunch deal downtown and seriously delicious grandma food. Rice, beans, chicken, pork, platanos, good and cheap.

Posted on: 2015/10/7 16:54
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Re: The Kitchen at Grove Station (corner of Columbus and Marin)
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Just got back from this place. 3 of us shared a beautiful meal for 32 bucks a head. Get here while its still a byob. It's kinda in a weird spot but the space is very nice.

Posted on: 2014/11/16 1:23
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Re: Downtown Jersey City businesses take on local farmers market
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+1 Gypsy Grill >>> Ibby's

I respect Two Boot's owner's right to protect his business and respectfully explain his stance, but I question the judgement to get grouped in with guys like The "Bistro" and Ibby's. I hardly think trying to protect your business is worthy of a boycott though. I'd miss the pizza too much. JC is a great place to live if your polyamorous with pizza.

But, I will say there are some brick and mortars working their butts off to keep their businesses going and gain new customers. Every time I'm at a festival, union republic is there hocking their pork ramen with counter marketing: the holy rosary feast, BBQ fest in Hamilton park. Were they at the Irish festival a couple weekends ago or did I imagine that one?


Posted on: 2014/10/10 1:00
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Re: Extreme Right Winger On Healy Ticket
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I should know better than to get involved in this debate but I have a burning question, Yvonne: Would you have the same respect if he followed the bible's message on slavery, or just the gospel messages that serve your own purposes?

For the record, I am not anti-religion. I am anti-hypocrisy and I wish so-called Christians were more like Jesus Christ.

Quote:

Yvonne wrote:
I do not know this reverend but I know the Gospel, if this reverend follows the gospels then he cannot ignore the passage where Jesus explains marriage:
Against this backdrop, the Pharisees asked Jesus about divorce. "The Pharisees also came to Him, testing Him, and saying to Him, 'Is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife for just any reason?' And He answered and said to them, 'Have you not read that He who made them at the beginning "made them male and female," and said, "For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh"? So then, they are no longer two but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let not man separate'" (Matthew 19:3-6).
I have a lot of respect for a person who has the guts to follow the Gospel message and not the political winds.

Posted on: 2013/3/17 17:46
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Re: Political Mail becomes Metaphor for campaign
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As nauseating as I imagine this is, I still want to see it for myself. Can somebody take pictures and upload? Extra points if you use a scanner like its 1999. :)

Posted on: 2013/3/15 12:32
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Re: New place on Newark and Monmouth
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Just passed this last night and it seems like they are ready to open. There is no official signage, but it looks like its going to be called "Golden Grill". They are hiring wait and kitchen staff. I hope this place sticks.

Posted on: 2012/12/20 20:22
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Re: Does BJ's have quinoa & lentils?
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This does not answer your exact question, but you'd probably get the best deal on lentils in bulk up in Little India. Subzi Mandi maybe? At Shoprite, lentils are also the cheapest in the Indian section, cheaper than goya.

Posted on: 2012/5/2 22:55
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Re: Jersey City bartender represents state as Mr. Gay World USA New Jersey in contest
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Yeah, the article obviously has a few weird discrepancies. Apparently River Edge is now an exclave of Jersey City. And the title Mr. Gay World USA New Jersey is just comical. Which one is it? What a mouthful. It's almost as comical as the guacaTROLLe that TheTacoTruck is serving up. :P

Posted on: 2012/2/16 2:13
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Re: Jersey City bartender represents state as Mr. Gay World USA New Jersey in contest
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That would be Feathers. Haven't been there in a while. Sigh. It is also lovingly referred to as "fathers." Lol

Posted on: 2012/2/15 19:52
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Re: 3 Jersey City boys arrested after bringing two plastic pellet guns to school
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You are absolutely right; I did use that word incorrectly. There is no verbal irony here. I should have proof-read and corrected the missuse of a preposition instead of using the correct possessive pronoun. I guess I'll blame it on the poor education received in public school. But I assure you that I am a teacher, a music teacher. I guess that's where you can also attribute my poor grammar. But I also stayed within the confines of the English language and didn't invent a portmanteau to crudely get across my point.

So, how is it a teacher's laziness or incompetence that a school's administration exercised it's zero-tolerance policies? How would you have disciplined the the students for bringing in the pellet gun? I obviously wouldn't have handled it differently. Have at it.

Please feel free to correct me again. I am becoming too complacent in the digital way in which I live. Happy Holidays!

Posted on: 2011/12/25 21:19
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Re: 3 Jersey City boys arrested after bringing two plastic pellet guns to school
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No, zero tolerance means no weapons of any kind have there place in an institution of learning. It means if somebody got hurt there are legal implications for the school. It means Jersey City has a school violence problem and a message needs to be sent not only to the perpetrators but to the entire school community.

The reaction would have been the same regardless if it were public, private, parochial, or charter school, or at the workplace, subway platform, or Starbucks. If you had a child in that school that got hurt by one of those pellet guns, I think you would be singing a different tune. It is sad that you are too blinded by your ideologies to understand that.

- a teacher

Posted on: 2011/12/25 16:07
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Re: Ibby's - DO NOT GO!
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Quote:

Robocub wrote:
A neighborhood bar owner approached several businesses along Grove St near Wayne, one of which was Ibby's, to ask them if they'd be interested in participating in a local block party in which all the businesses could participate. Ibby's only reaction was to call the bar owner (yelling at him) a f**king fa**ot and to get the hell out of his place and he had no interest in associating with the bar owner or his bar. I think that speaks volumes of homophobia and hate.

The sad part is I love middle eastern food. My family is partly from that region and I've eaten this kind of food my all my life and it is still my favorite. I've been to Gypsy grill a few times and have ordered from them using Seamless. Each experience in person has been friendly, has been delicious, and no problems.

Quote:

cheese7 wrote:
Can you please explain the interaction you had with the employees at Ibby's that makes you say they are homophobic? I just want to make sure that I have a legitimate reason to never buy anything from them again.


Wow I knew that this bar owner was trying to get a block party going, but had no idea that this happened. This explains the crappy service I've received. I haven't been there in a year, since the night I showed up at 11:30 and was told the kitchen was closed (they close at 12). It puts the nail in the coffin for me.

Posted on: 2011/9/22 15:45
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Re: Carmine's pizza moving to 8th & Brunswick?
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Just walked past the old carmine's location at 1st and Brunswick. There is a sign up: "Pizza lounge coming soon". I don't know how I feel about a pizza "lounge" but I'm certain that dtjc does not need any more pizza establishments. But I'm glad to see that the old space won't be vacant for much longer and hopefully they can set themselves apart from the many mediocre pies around here.

Posted on: 2011/9/18 17:28
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Re: can't flush toilet paper
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Follow the link to the Toto Washlet S400:
http://www.totousa.com/Washlet/WashletS400.aspx

It's features include:
Automatic close lid
Front and rear washing
Warm air drying
Heated seat
Self cleaning wand

I'm disturbingly intrigued by this, though my only concern is getting more than I bargained for if the self cleaning wand malfunctions. Eeek!

Resized Image

Posted on: 2011/9/16 15:29
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Re: can't flush toilet paper
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Funniest thread in a long time (probably since the port-o-john fell off the high rise) but I'm sorry it is at your expense, Santafe. Maybe you could ask your landlord to install a bidet or one of those toilets that's like a carwash for your under regions. I was always curious about them. ;)

Posted on: 2011/9/16 10:28
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Re: Grove Street Plaza-nonsense & noise vs community reward
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It's such a shame that such a great location is wasted on people who are just incapable of enjoying it. I'm not going to be the guy who suggests that you move to the suburbs, but may I suggest a quieter neighborhood or perhaps Hoboken. Yeah I think Hoboken is right up your boulevard. I hear Eli Manning lives there. Yawn.

Posted on: 2011/9/14 15:54
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Re: Space in Hamilton Square-- restaurant
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Quote:

SwitchboardGirl wrote:
I could have sworn someone on here mentioned a new pet store going in over there....


Insert insensitive, racist Asian food joke here. A pet store would make a killing over there. (Knee slap!)

No, but seriously they would.

Posted on: 2011/9/12 0:26
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Re: Discount TILE
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Ipex home supply on 1&9 by Wendy's has a sign up advertising ceramic tile for 89 cents a square foot.

Posted on: 2011/9/3 21:14
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Re: Best Day Hikes?
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I second bear mountain!

Posted on: 2011/8/20 3:37
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Re: Michael's Pizza/Video Box on Erie St.
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Good neighborhood place. Eggplant parm sandwich is a once a week meal for me and the best in JC and for 6.50 its a steal. I've been told the chicken parm is excellent too. They have a limited menu so make your salad at home. Strombolis are 6 bucks and a meal in themselves. I prefer their pizza to most places in town including Buon Appetito and Helen's (yuck).

Posted on: 2011/8/5 19:30
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Re: Renter Beware
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Did A1 keep your deposit in a landlord-tenant account so that it could collect interest over the 3 years that they were holding your money? It is against NJ Security Deposit law not to do so.

I had a landlord try to withhold $500 from me for 6 small nail holes in the walls saying that they needed to repaint the entire apartment. I got the full deposit back when I asked them for my interest, which they didn't have.

Posted on: 2011/7/12 15:54
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Re: Let's get City Hall to change the daily street "cleaning" sched
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High-Tech Bamboo Street Sweeper



This thing might help! The Chinese are really light years ahead of us.

Posted on: 2011/6/10 17:56
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Re: Star Bar is now Pint?
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Quote:

sussexst wrote:
The main thing I don't like about the name "Pint" is that they do not actually serve pints. Go figure. !


I completely agree, but you might remember that they were serving beers in the bottle on Saturday. The bartender said that they got rid of the old glasses that said "Star Bar." So a real pint just may be in your future, sussexst.

Posted on: 2011/6/8 19:19
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