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Re: TRD: Jersey City: The new Brooklyn?
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heights wrote:
If the last JC Fridays is any example hit the east side of the Heights it sure feels like Williamsburg there.


oh no, let me guess......

lame ass indy rock, and a beard and flannel crowd.

Posted on: 2015/6/18 22:14
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Re: JC mayor purchases house in the Heights (PHOTOS)
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Yvonne wrote:
I bring this up as an issue since some new construction downtown now has no parking and the mayor has taken a parking lot in Journal Square away from the courts which was also used by the public in the evening for development. Previously, all new development required one to one parking. Once Fulop became councilman, he reduced parking for downtown and this is now what is happening in other parts of the city as mayor. Not everyone takes the train or bus to NYC.


I've heard about this, how fucked up is that? All this construction, and yet no parking?

Maybe I should buy property, and build a parking lot for residents only downtown, probably make a killing, without having to gouge people.

Posted on: 2015/6/18 5:05
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Re: Anti-gentrification activist
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K-Lo wrote:
She's been my son's friend since pre-school. A sweet and funny person. The trash talk isn't so amusing when you know the object of it.


I'm sure people say the same thing about Leslie Van Houten......


Posted on: 2015/6/18 4:58
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Re: TRD: Jersey City: The new Brooklyn?
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I've lived in this city for the past 15 years....and for 15 years, it's always been the same question.....I hear Jersey City is the new Brooklyn, this true?

ugh.

Posted on: 2015/6/18 4:55
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Re: Democratic leaders propose modernizing NJ voting laws with ‘Democracy Act’
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this whole issue is nothing but a middle school tinkling contest.

to even REGISTER to vote in NJ, you need government issued ID.

and what's the point of voting, when the whole system is rigged anyway. people burp about so-called progressive countries that fine people when they don't vote, well just exactly who is there to vote for? we just had primary, and i yawned at the lack of diversity on the ballot, might as well been the actual election.....this is supposed to be a BIG BIG BIG election year for NJ, big fuckin' whoop.....everybody will just get voted back in, and pat themselves on their backs about what a tough election season it was, cause you know, not having any competition and having to fake it, is exhausting.

Democracy is dead, and might as well be abolished.

Heh....the precious right to 'vote'....vote for fuckin' what? who?

Posted on: 2015/6/18 4:47
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Re: Archery?
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this is the only place that i know of;

http://www.targeteersarchery.com/

Posted on: 2012/9/24 17:57
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Healy for Mayor 2013!!!!
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http://youtu.be/Z9l8WFqahw4


Yeah, it's an old ad from 2009, but it's still relevant today....

Posted on: 2012/9/10 14:16
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Re: Dan Levin in talks to run with Healy
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Does this mean Dan Levin will get drunk and naked on his front stoop as well?

Bottoms up......

Posted on: 2012/8/20 15:26
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Re: New Heights Spot- Trolley House Bar and Grill
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jcboyz wrote:
Seems like this neighborhood is promising!


LoL.....

You keep thinking that.....

I've been in this 'hood just over 10 years, was dirty then, dirty before, and dirty now, and will be dirty tomorrow.

Posted on: 2012/2/6 0:41
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Re: Guillo\'s (Dive) Bar
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you didn't notice the bar when you bought the place?

Posted on: 2012/2/6 0:38
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Re: Anti-crime bill to be named for slain Jersey City police officer
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hmmmm.......

using, and being in possession of a defaced firearm is already illegal.

nothing like making it even more illegal, cause that's what you do instead of something.......

Posted on: 2012/1/30 15:55
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Re: Cops don't have to abide by laws that they enforce?
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Yeah, it's called LEO exemptions.

Laws are far the little people......

Posted on: 2011/12/23 8:16
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Re: Do Away With Street Cleaning
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This city has street sweeping???


Posted on: 2011/12/23 8:10
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Re: Jersey City ranked top 10 of most artistic cites in US.
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I like this city but this is laughable. I don't think they even set a foot when they did this research....

http://www.theatlanticcities.com/arts ... istic-cities-america/592/


I think it's about art being produced at a third grade quality.

The so-called artists in this city churn out the most crap I have ever seen.

Posted on: 2011/12/5 20:23
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Re: Greenville: Spat over TV turns violent
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Wait! What?! The victim (Poll, the guy who had a gun pointed at him!) manages to defend himself and take the gun away from the guy threatening his life and he is being charged with aggravated assault?? How does that make any sense??? Are we supposed to just do nothing and allow criminals to do whatever they want, whenever they want? I hope there is more to this story because, otherwise, I think this is a major FAIL for the JCPD and the JC justice system. A citizen should be allowed to defend his life when threatened. If someone pulls a gun on you, I think it is fair for you to defend yourself pretty much however necessary, with some limits (but few ones, at that.)



It's called 'Duty to Retreat'.

Welcome to NJ.

Posted on: 2011/12/5 20:20
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Re: Tilted Kilt - Pub & Eatery (&boobs)
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Yay for chain restaurants!!!

Posted on: 2011/11/29 16:33
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Re: 18 percent of Jersey City's registered voters voted
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who cares?

thankfully we got a strong dem party presence in this county

what do you want? rethuglicans?

Posted on: 2011/11/16 21:46
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Re: 99S Bus Service to be Eliminated Nov. 6?
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just get more jitney's.

Posted on: 2011/10/21 3:15
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Re: Advice for selling condo, escaping the Heights
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ExUWSguy wrote:
I've lived in the Heights for a little over 3 years, and am increasingly discouraged (the end of 10/99S service from NYC being the final straw) with inaccesibility, dirty streets, boarded up buildings, and what seems to be an increasing influx of really low-class 'elements'.


Heights ain't called the Blights for nothin'........

Posted on: 2011/10/21 3:05
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Re: Sharing Light rail Tickets FYI
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there are location codes on the bottom of the tickets that say where said ticket was purchased.

Posted on: 2011/8/25 15:34
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Re: Bergen Lafayette: 51-year-old man tries to fight off four boys who then pull a gun on him
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This is NJ, so that means we have a duty to retreat in public. *IN* our homes, not so much.

So you get hassled on the street, you get to go running home to Momma. Just remember to hide your tears........

Think I'm joking, look into NJ's Use of Force Laws.


Yeah, it works pretty much in the criminals favor, until they get caught and prosecuted, but sometimes that can take awhile...

Is it me, or do things seem to be getting a little more feral in JC?



Don't forget, they can still come after you with a civil lawsuit......

Posted on: 2011/8/4 2:18
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Re: Bergen Lafayette: 51-year-old man tries to fight off four boys who then pull a gun on him
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If anyone out there has legal knowledge, what rights to we have as adults to physically defend ourselves against a individual/group of youths if we feel that our safety is in imminent danger?


This is NJ, so that means we have a duty to retreat in public. *IN* our homes, not so much.

So you get hassled on the street, you get to go running home to Momma. Just remember to hide your tears........

Think I'm joking, look into NJ's Use of Force Laws.

Posted on: 2011/8/3 14:55
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Re: Dames Coffee - Jersey Ave betw 3rd & 4th
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Solid.

End of story.

Posted on: 2011/8/1 20:59
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Re: $27 million in tax breaks to UBS Financial Services to save jobs in Jersey City and Weehawken
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Geez.......

.......and if you listen to corporate media, it's only the Rethuglicans that give tax breaks to the rich, turns out the Democraps are just as bad.......

Posted on: 2011/7/23 15:47
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Re: im tired of Hearing about Westside Ave. MUGGING of people I know in the night time
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Police Patrols??

In Jersey City??



let me catch my breathe..........


Posted on: 2011/7/21 20:51
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Re: Corner Of Pavonia and Newark (by Dickenson)
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In Jersey City, rule of the road is, how fast you move, determines how long you live.

Posted on: 2011/7/1 20:05
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Re: Jersey City readies for gun buyback
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borisp wrote:
I wish someone explained to me the logic of this program.

Like, can someone give me a plausible scenario where this program would make someone safer? How would it happen?


It's basically a cash for clunkers program. If someone owns a malfunctioning or broken down old firearm, you can turn it in for a few bucks to fund a new purchase.

The program makes people safer by enticing owners of said clunkers, which could possible blow up on the user, to simply turn them in, and purchase new ones. Just like the national cash for clunker cars a few years ago, out with the unreliable, in with the new.

Posted on: 2011/6/18 23:22
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Re: Jersey City Democratic Committee election a proxy Healy-Fulop battle
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BrightGirl wrote:
Anyone have any opinions on Sandra Cunningham vs Bruce Alston for State Senator? I looked up Sandra Cunningham's list of sponsored bills and am inclined to vote for her based on her record and experience.


Sandra Cunningham is a Healy Democrat, but at the State level.

Posted on: 2011/6/7 13:52
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Re: Jersey City Democratic Committee election a proxy Healy-Fulop battle
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Up here in the Heights, all we got to choose from is Brian Stack and his Machine, or a bunch of Republicans nobody has ever heard of.

Not even sure if I should get out of bed tomorrow.........

Posted on: 2011/6/6 18:56
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Re: Student brutally Beaten by Thugs at Dickinson HS
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How dare you actually think JCPD should put themselves in harms way!!

Don't you know they have more pressing concerns, like giving out tickets, hanging out in a city park, illegally parking, and driving through red lights.

Posted on: 2011/5/27 14:58
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