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Shunya w/Elaine on Grove by Razza, took her classes are 111 bitd. Hear good things about Jivamukti on Newark by ß@₱¢@∆€, too. Former Bikram acolyte, friend oped a studio in BklnHghts in '99 miss it bigly. Namaste!

News / Re: Buttocks News and Information Thread
« on: 07-26-2018, 10:45am »
Was he an ass-et?

Looks like some good came of this after all.

Dan Wrieden gets his job back, retroactively, and 2/3 of $300k after his attorney fees.

Lawsuit settled, demotion reversed for Jersey City worker
Updated 8:02 AM; Posted 7:26 AM

By Terrence T. McDonald
The Jersey Journal

you must click on the link to read, that's how he gets paid

Not JC Related / Re: WiredJC Word of the [s]Day[/s] Year
« on: 12-01-2017, 10:23am »



involved with others in an illegal activity or wrongdoing.
"all of these people are complicit in some criminal conspiracy"

Government & Politics / Re: Tell Me Who To Vote For
« on: 11-07-2017, 08:32pm »
con science or anti science?

News / Re: Stupid Headlines - Post Them Here
« on: 10-04-2017, 09:38am »
Jersey City resident serves ship with special 9/11 meaning

Anyone missing a preposition? Thank G*d the p and t are not adjacent on the keyboard

edit: 9:40 they found and inserted the missing preposition.

Be sure to get your tickets to get inside this Friday for the free Rye Coalition show

Calendar / Re: LSP Salt Marsh Cleanup
« on: 03-19-2017, 05:02pm »
Time, Tide nor Trash waits for No man.

It's that time of year again, please pledge to the Number One Station in the Nation, the Fun One, Jersey City's own WFMU.

Your Swag awaits!

News / Re: Stupid Headlines - Post Them Here
« on: 02-16-2017, 04:37pm »
I don't have the stomach for that.

Spambot's gotta pay for that Mustang somehow!

Bump! Only 5 seats left!

If anyone is interested, a local group of volunteers are chartering busses, standard coaches 54 seats, heat, bathroom, early departure from JC/Hoboken.
1st bus booked in 7 hours, as of this afternoon 30 seats remaining on bus #3. $45 round trip

Government & Politics / Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
« on: 11-06-2016, 01:08pm »
So there's an election Tuesday, lots of bandwidth wasted on Exalted Leader, but not so much on the more important local issues.

Two state questions:
1) Should gambling be permitted in two add'l counties outside of AC with 2 more CasiNOs?
2) Should the entire proceeds of the petroleum products tax be dedicated to Transportation?

Two City questions:
1) Eliminate a unique election day for JC, hold elections concurrently with the National/State election day (Tuesday after the first Monday in November)
2) Add $0.02 per $100 valuation to property tax for recreation/conservation/historic purposes (that's an extry $20 on a $100k assessed property).

Finally, 3 seats are open on the nine member Board of Education, noe of the 3 incumbents are running. 8 of the 10 candidates are running as members of a slate.
you can visit this site for lots of information I'm too tired to type

Finally, remember, rights not exercised are at risk of being lost, and this being Hudson County, if you don't vote, someone else just might vote for you!!

Government & Politics / Re: Vote No for 2 city questions
« on: 10-18-2016, 04:27pm »
I vote Yes for Yes we should Not have 2 different election dates. No makes No sense

The developer told me the 'Todd O-Phonic' will be their pop music booker, in a mutually non-exclusive arrangement. He never looked happy on the dining room floor as far back as I can remember, and 355 seem to be off to a good start resto-wise.

No dates, targeting end of year.

So, maybe March?


Quote from: MCA™


This was a Fundraiser for Jersey City Theater Center, with a preview tour of the performance space.

Just spotted some fancy lights and fancy people hanging out inside WEH.

Stopped in this afternoon. Very friendly folks, offering a taste of anything. Nice selection of cheeses and some cured meats, well presented. Some interesting accompanying dry goods too - jams, oils, chocolate.
Grabbed 3pcs ¼ lb size: Dunbarton semi-dark blue (like cheddar); some Talleggio; and an ashed-rind goat from Lazy Lady in VT called Bonaparte. Grabbed a litre of Portuguese olive oil also.
Price-wise, I can't say, if that's your thing then go to ShopRite. Me, I'll walk to what's becoming a hella nice block of shops.

Restaurants & Bars / Re: Würstbar
« on: 09-04-2016, 03:43pm »
:meerkat:  Barstools?

News / Re: Stupid Headlines - Post Them Here
« on: 05-31-2016, 08:10am »
Police: Man Trying To Rape Bronx Woman Beaten To Death By Her Husband

Dining / Re: the race to open
« on: 05-24-2016, 06:35pm »

Oxford appears to have been an alley/access way, like Walsh Lane between Harrison & Bentley west of Bergen. The street is not wide enough to allow emergency vehicle access And parallel parking.
That said, talk to residents west of JFK, looks like they've got a few small areas posted to park.

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