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"A little about New Jersey or as some outsiders say New Joisey"
Paramus Post ^ | 02.19.06 | Mike Dennehy

Posted on 02/26/2006 9:38:42 PM PST by Coleus



You know you're from Jersey when...



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1 posted on 02/26/2006 9:38:46 PM PST by Coleus
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To: Coleus
Its formal name is the People's Republic of New Jersey.
The Second Amendment does not apply here in the PRNJ.
2 posted on 02/26/2006 9:42:20 PM PST by AlaskaErik (Everyone should have a subject they are ignorant about. I choose professional corporate sports.)
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I see the reporter mistakingly put Alexander Hamilton on the list of famous people born in NJ. He was born on Nevis in the British West Indies in 1755.

He was given the distinction of being the Founder of Paterson, NJ, who saw the potential of the Great Falls of Paterson, (2nd in volume to Niagara Falls) in being a force to power factories. Hamilton believed that the United States needed to reduce its dependence on foreign goods and should instead develop its own industries. The industries developed in Paterson were powered by the 77-foot high Great Falls of the Passaic, and a system of water raceways that harnessed the power of the falls. The district originally included dozens of mill buildings and other manufacturing structures associated with the textile industry and later, the firearms, silk, and railroad locomotive manufacturing industries. In the latter half of the 1800’s, silk production became the dominant industry and formed the basis of Paterson’s most prosperous period, earning it the nickname "Silk City." He was right.
3 posted on 02/26/2006 9:52:51 PM PST by Coleus (What were Ted Kennedy & his nephew doing on Good Friday, 1991? Getting drunk and raping women)
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To: Coleus

Yeah, but you don't have Detroit. Quit braggin'. ;-)


4 posted on 02/26/2006 9:53:52 PM PST by quantim (Always aligned, never maligned, but sometimes out of phase.)
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To: Coleus

Strange that 'pizza' is not mentioned.


5 posted on 02/26/2006 9:55:10 PM PST by quantim (Always aligned, never maligned, but sometimes out of phase.)
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To: AlaskaErik

The Second Amendment does not apply here in the PRNJ. >>

It sure doesn't. And don't shoot the 'unarmed' man who breaks into your home to rape your wife or to rob your goods for it will be you who gets charged with a crime for defending your home.


6 posted on 02/26/2006 9:56:53 PM PST by Coleus (What were Ted Kennedy & his nephew doing on Good Friday, 1991? Getting drunk and raping women)
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To: quantim
Yeah, but you don't have Detroit. Quit braggin'. ;-)

That WOULD be a reason to brag...

7 posted on 02/26/2006 9:57:22 PM PST by JRios1968 (A DUmmie troll's motto: "Non cogito, ergo zot")
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To: Coleus

"Jersey tomatoes are known the world over as being the best you can buy."

Sorry, that's wrong. Mississippi tomatoes are the best.


9 posted on 02/26/2006 10:41:42 PM PST by Cedar
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To: JRios1968; quantim

http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1585949/posts


10 posted on 02/27/2006 3:23:20 AM PST by pookie18 ([Hillary Rotten] Clinton Happens...as does Dr. Demento Dean, Bela Pelosi & Benedick Durbin!!)
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To: Cedar

The Rutgers Tomatoe is, by far, the creme de la creme. Let's not forget that most of the ketchup, tomato soup and Pace Picante is made from those marvelous Nu Joisey pomos d'oro!


11 posted on 02/27/2006 3:39:56 AM PST by Young Werther
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To: Coleus
BTW the first Intercollegiate football game was WON by Rutgers in 1869! How do I know. When I attended Rutgers there was a Historical Marker in front of the gym which stood on the ground where this epic battle was waged. Every Frosh had to know this fact!!!

Rutgers 6 Princeton 4

12 posted on 02/27/2006 3:47:01 AM PST by Young Werther
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To: AlaskaErik
> The Second Amendment does not apply here

That's news to me. I just got my firearms ID and handgun permits, and I live just a few miles from a highly acclaimed shooting range.

Granted, I shouldn't have to have a "permit" nor should I need to "apply" for one. But the 2nd Amendment being infringed, and the 2nd Amendment not applying here (as you said), are two different things.


Hello from Sussex County AKA  " 'red-state' New Jersey"

13 posted on 02/27/2006 5:34:29 AM PST by NewJerseyJoe (Rat mantra: "Facts are meaningless! You can use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true!")
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To: Coleus

Being from NJ, and now living in CA - I'd have to take umbrage to these items.

- New Jersey has the highest cost of living.
- New Jersey has the highest cost of auto insurance.
- New Jersey has the highest property taxes in the nation.

Also, this is no longer true...

- New Jersey is home to the Miss America Pageant held in Atlantic City.


And this....

- You know that the state isn't all farmland.

ROFLMAO


And this....

- You don't think "What exit?" is very funny.

Truer words have NEVER been spoken. My response to this question is now, "Oh, how 1980"


14 posted on 02/27/2006 5:57:39 AM PST by Dashing Dasher (I prayed, 'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it.)
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To: Young Werther
BTW the first Intercollegiate football game was WON by Rutgers in 1869! How do I know. When I attended Rutgers there was a Historical Marker in front of the gym which stood on the ground where this epic battle was waged. Every Frosh had to know this fact!!!
Rutgers 6 Princeton 4

Which, coincidentally, is the last time Rutgers ever won a football game.

15 posted on 02/27/2006 6:00:42 AM PST by Dashing Dasher (I prayed, 'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.' And God granted it.)
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To: Coleus

Bump!

I love it!

:)


16 posted on 02/27/2006 6:52:26 AM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: Coleus

>>>You've had a boardwalk cheese steak and vinegar fries.

Hey! What about beer and pissers???


17 posted on 02/27/2006 6:54:26 AM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: Dashing Dasher; Coleus
Being from NJ, and now living in CA - I'd have to take umbrage to these items. - New Jersey has the highest cost of living. - New Jersey has the highest cost of auto insurance. - New Jersey has the highest property taxes in the nation.

I don't know about cost of living or auto insurance, but, sadly, NJ outdoes CA on property taxes. I had this discussion with another Californian. There is a law of some sort in CA that prevents property taxes from being raised more than a certain percentage. When the Californian heard what I pay, he was floored. My property taxes were far higher than his, and his home was worth far more. :-(

18 posted on 02/27/2006 7:38:48 AM PST by Tired of Taxes (That's taxes, not Texas. I have no beef with TX. NJ has the highest property taxes in the nation.)
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To: Coleus

Here's something left off the list:

NJ has the longest running rodeo in the U.S.:

http://www.cowtownrodeo.com/history_4.html

That one was a big surprise to me when I heard about it. I'd best most people put "New Jersey" and "shore" together in one thought, but not New Jersey and "rodeo". Found out later my grandfather's family owned and raised horses in that same town.


19 posted on 02/27/2006 7:49:05 AM PST by Tired of Taxes (That's taxes, not Texas. I have no beef with TX. NJ has the highest property taxes in the nation.)
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To: Dashing Dasher
As a matter of fact we would not beat Princeton again until the 1890s!!

My Freshman year 1961 we were undefeated. We were invited to the Fiesta Bowl. A Rutgers Alum by the name of Ozzie Nelson class of '19 was supposedly lobbying for Rutgers to be invited to the Rose Bowl since we were one of only two major college undefeated teams. But alas it was not to be since we were'nt a West Coast or Big 10 team!

Our President Mason Gross said no to the Fiesta Bowl since he did not see what we would prove playing against a "football" program where atheletics trumped academics. You see our that year our interios linemen were engineers. Two Electrical, one Mechanical and one locomotive, (kidding). They were also Dean's List students. Our Center was a Henry Rutgers Scholar which is one cut above Dean's List in English Lit. He is now the President of BBDO that Wall St Ad Agency that you might have heard of.

Sadly in the fall of 62 we lost to Princeton on the foot of Pete Gogalak but we did see the future of the soccer kick.

20 posted on 02/27/2006 10:44:21 AM PST by Young Werther
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To: Coleus

Excellent Post!!!


21 posted on 02/27/2006 1:54:26 PM PST by exdem2000
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To: Young Werther

Ah, but you never tasted my grandmother's tomatoes!

:)


22 posted on 02/27/2006 2:31:56 PM PST by Cedar
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To: Coleus
I was a little skeptical about the "largest port" claim. I've always heard that Los Angeles-Long Beach was the largest.

A quick search turned up:

Speech by U.S. Commissioner of Customs and Border Protection

So, I'm quite curious about the source of the "largest seaport" claim in this article ;-) Otherwise, an interesting list (even though I'm not from Jersey :))

23 posted on 02/27/2006 6:16:46 PM PST by annie laurie (All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost)
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To: annie laurie
He may have a couple of facts wrong, as you know he is a reporter. I know that he did get alexander hamilton wrong so I'm sure there might be a couple more. Most of the list is Very Accurate. NJ is accomplished and was home to many accomplished people. The world is much better because of NJ and the people who were born, educated and lived here.
24 posted on 02/27/2006 7:03:36 PM PST by Coleus (What were Ted Kennedy & his nephew doing on Good Friday, 1991? Getting drunk and raping women)
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To: Coleus

Yep, it was quite a good list!

Each state has its own unique and interesting history. We do live in a marvelous country! :)


25 posted on 02/27/2006 8:35:20 PM PST by annie laurie (All that is gold does not glitter, not all those who wander are lost)
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To: annie laurie


Christopher and Pauly took the russian to "The Pine Barrons"


26 posted on 02/28/2006 6:21:46 AM PST by hondo1951 (i live in happy valley, but i'm not happy)
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To: Coleus

Great thread, Coleus.

Have you read "Weird New Jersey" yet?


27 posted on 03/01/2006 5:26:36 PM PST by Cagey (You don't pay taxes - they take taxes. ~Chris Rock)
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To: Coleus; Calpernia

What? No mention of knowing full well that "gravy" is the red stuff you serve at Sunday dinner?


28 posted on 03/02/2006 2:24:06 PM PST by RepubMommy
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To: NewJerseyJoe

Just read your profile, love it!


29 posted on 03/02/2006 2:26:10 PM PST by RepubMommy
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To: RepubMommy

bump

bump

bump!


30 posted on 03/02/2006 2:28:31 PM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: NewJerseyJoe
That's news to me. I just got my firearms ID and handgun permits, and I live just a few miles from a highly acclaimed shooting range.

You're fairly new to owning firearms in New Jersey but it won't take long to see just how incredibly anti 2nd amendment the state is.

Your chances of getting a carry permit is as close to zero as it can get.

To get to that "highly acclaimed shooting range" you have to secure your arms in locked containers and keep the ammunition in a separate locked container.

New Jersey law restricts the ownership of certain semi-automatic and other firearms based upon their military appearance.

The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and the Million Mom March give New Jersey an A- rating so that tells you how much New Jersey cares about the 2nd Amendment. There are plenty in New Jersey's government that would love to see an A+ rating.

If you'd like to go buy a World War II M-1 Carbine, forget it. It's banned in New Jersey.

I hope you've joined the NRA and any organizations your shooting range might suggest. It's one hell of an uphill battle in New Jersey. Good luck.

31 posted on 03/03/2006 9:14:52 AM PST by Cagey (You don't pay taxes - they take taxes. ~Chris Rock)
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To: Cagey
>> Your chances of getting a carry permit is as close to zero as it can get.

I wasn't trying to get one. If the sh*t hits the fan in our society, I suspect that "right to carry" is going to become a meaningless term in very short order. It will be replaced by "law of the jungle," for which I am quite prepared.

>> To get to that "highly acclaimed shooting range" you have to secure your arms in locked containers and keep the ammunition in a separate locked container.

As opposed to having loose shells/bullets roll around in the car, or having the gun slide across the seat and get banged up every time I make a turn? I don't understand why you consider this such an inconvenience. Law or not, I still would keep my stuff secured in a protective container or case during transit. Makes everything easier to carry, too.

>> New Jersey law restricts the ownership of certain semi-automatic and other firearms based upon their military appearance.

Then I'll buy something else. I would rather have one or two non-military-looking semi-auto weapons, with which I am comfortable and highly proficient, than a bunch of auto or semi-auto weapons that I bought simply because they looked cool.

>> There are plenty in New Jersey's government that would love to see an A+ rating.

Agreed. That's why I'm joining the fight, preaching the good word to the misinformed, and putting some of my dollars behind the effort.

>> If you'd like to go buy a World War II M-1 Carbine, forget it.

I have no desire to buy one. Consider it forgotten.

>> I hope you've joined the NRA and any organizations your shooting range might suggest.

Yes, this range "is the official NRA State Association in New Jersey" -- direct quote from the website (http://www.anjrpc.org/mission.htm). I do plan on joining.

32 posted on 03/03/2006 10:22:31 AM PST by NewJerseyJoe (Rat mantra: "Facts are meaningless! You can use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true!")
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To: NewJerseyJoe
I have no desire to buy one. Consider it forgotten.

But what if I, or a friend of yours, wants to? In almost every other state in this country we could. New Jersey? Nope.

You have to think of the 2nd Amendment as part of the Constitution for all Americans not just for what interests, or does not interest, you.

And, I want to be able to carry a handgun now, not when all hell breaks loose. Thirty six other states have that right and I want it too.

Again, good luck at that range. I lived in Sussex County at one time and it's one of the rare counties in New Jersey that does support the 2nd Amendment.

33 posted on 03/03/2006 10:29:23 AM PST by Cagey (You don't pay taxes - they take taxes. ~Chris Rock)
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To: RepubMommy; firebrand; Clemenza

it's no wonder, check out the author's surname.


34 posted on 03/07/2006 9:12:10 PM PST by Coleus (Roe v. Wade and Endangered Species Act both passed in 1973, Murder Babies/save trees, birds, algae)
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To: Coleus
Where the largest city has a mayor who is also a state senator.

Hey, see Street Fight, the documentary about Sharpe James and Cory Booker. I just saw it. You must see it. Election coming up in May 2006--same two guys as fought it out in 2002. Movie never mentions the word Italian. LOL

35 posted on 03/07/2006 9:29:01 PM PST by firebrand
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To: Coleus; Calpernia; firebrand; RepubMommy; Cagey; binkdeville; Hermann the Cherusker; rmlew; ...
1. You are at least one of your neighbors on each side of you has a vowel at the end of their name.* *Does not apply in Paterson, Newark, and East Orange.

2. You know what a Hoagie is, and you NEVER call it a sub or grinder.

3. You've ever had a 20 minute debate over what is the best pizza in your town.

4. You know the difference between a Bennie and Piney.

5. In the 1980s, at least one of your family drove a Trans-Am and all the women in your family teased their hair into fenceposts.

6. You know that the best view of "the city" is from Jersey City, NOT the SI Ferry.

7. One of your grandparents got a job from Frank Hague or Hugh Addonizio.

8. You drank Tuscan milk.

9. You know how to get to the shore via Route 1 and 9, rather than via the Turnpike like all of those Noo Yawkers.

10. You talk about how much you hate New Yorkers, even though your parents were from Brooklyn.

11. You know more Jews or Hindus than Baptists.

12. You know where "Brick City", "The Hollow", and "The Manor" are.

13. You have seen a play at the Paper Mill playhouse.

14. Its either Rutts or Hot Grill. Jimmy Buff's is for posers, and Dicky Dees don't make it like they used to.

15. You whine about liberals yet vote Democratic anyway.

16. You earn over $100,000 a year, but still can only afford a fixer upper along I-70 or the Turnpike.

17. You think folks from North Jersey are snobs or thugs (if you are from South Jersey), while you think folks in South Jersey are retards from Philly (if you are from North Jersey).

18. You can't decide if Central Jersey begins at Great Adventure or Cranbury.

19. You believe the movie Clerks is a documentary.

20. You believe the movie The Toxic Avenger is a documentary (especially if you live in Linden or Pennsauken).

21. The center of your life is the Paramus Park Mall or the Short Hills Mall, depending on whether you are a hardcore Jerseyite or a wannabe Manhattanite.

22. You think Brett Schundler is an extremist, but Jon Corzine and Jim McGreevey are "mainstream."

23. You know that Manor Moms put out when their husbands are away.

24. You think that "Pennsy" is a foreign country.

25. You believe that you cannot go to heaven or hell without stopping at the Vince Lombardi rest station.

I could go on...

36 posted on 03/07/2006 11:14:10 PM PST by Clemenza (President: North American Hobbit Hunters Society)
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To: Clemenza
Very good, Clemenza.


However, I have to take exception with your "You know what a Hoagie is, and you NEVER call it a sub or grinder." North of Long Beach Island, everyone calls them "Subs". Jersey Mike's Subs, which was started in Point Pleasant, being the most famous and arguably the best. You can't go into any of their shops and ask for a Hoagie. They'll throw you out.
37 posted on 03/08/2006 3:43:34 AM PST by Cagey (You don't pay taxes - they take taxes. ~Chris Rock)
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To: Coleus
New Jersey is the world leader in blueberry and cranberry production

I think the blueberry part belongs to Michigan.

38 posted on 03/08/2006 3:57:52 AM PST by ShadowDancer (No autopsy, no foul.)
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To: Cagey

Ah no! I'm North of LBI. They are Hoogies. And you get a real hoogie from Ray's or Vinny's and not from Jersey Mike's! :))


39 posted on 03/08/2006 4:27:43 AM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: NewJerseyJoe
I live just a few miles from a highly acclaimed shooting range.

Heh, so do I. Guess we're neighbors :). I hear how busy it is on Sundays, specially since it's only a ridge or two over.

40 posted on 03/08/2006 5:44:19 AM PST by Malsua
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To: Calpernia
I don't know. I grew up in Monmouth County and never heard the word "Hoagie" until I met someone from Philadelphia. We might have to have your DNA tested and see if you have roots in Philadelphia. You could be related to Ben Franklin.

Now, I'm wishing I hadn't tossed that billy bat away.
41 posted on 03/08/2006 5:47:07 AM PST by Cagey (You don't pay taxes - they take taxes. ~Chris Rock)
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To: Cagey

LOL, I have a vowel at the end of my name. ;)


42 posted on 03/08/2006 5:58:15 AM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: Calpernia
LOL! I take back the billy bat comment and from now on they're Hoagies to me. .

I have a vowel at the end of my name too, if that crazy rule applies. A,E,I,O,U, and sometimes Y.

43 posted on 03/08/2006 6:01:58 AM PST by Cagey (You don't pay taxes - they take taxes. ~Chris Rock)
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To: Cagey
So you do not need to buy a vowel?


44 posted on 03/08/2006 6:10:37 AM PST by Calpernia (Breederville.com)
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To: Malsua
> Guess we're neighbors :). I hear how busy it is on Sundays, specially since it's only a ridge or two over.

Cherry Ridge, right? I just joined this past weekend. Then came home and joined the NRA the same day. After seeing those poor citizens in Louisiana being "relieved of" their guns by the police, while there were armed gangs of rapists and robbers and murderers roaming that city, I decided that enough was enough. Put in my paperwork last fall and am now shopping for my first arms.

And none too soon, either -- have you seen this? New Jersey attempts to violate the Constitution yet again. Yet I don't lose hope -- I really do thing the pendulum is swinging back.

45 posted on 03/08/2006 6:12:44 AM PST by NewJerseyJoe (Rat mantra: "Facts are meaningless! You can use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true!")
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To: Calpernia
> LOL, I have a vowel at the end of my name. ;)

Sorry, I'm having difficulty understanding you -- I can't see your hands from here. <g>

46 posted on 03/08/2006 6:13:35 AM PST by NewJerseyJoe (Rat mantra: "Facts are meaningless! You can use facts to prove anything that's even remotely true!")
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To: Calpernia
So Vanna, your last name is White? That doesn't count.

Funny thing, I was in Minneapolis last year and there's a Jersey Mike's there. And there's at least one in Western PA. New Jersey culture is expanding west.

47 posted on 03/08/2006 6:15:09 AM PST by Cagey (You don't pay taxes - they take taxes. ~Chris Rock)
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To: Coleus
New Jersey is a major seaport state with the largest seaport in the US, located in Elizabeth. Nearly 80 percent of what our nation imports comes through Elizabeth Seaport first.

80% of our nation's imports transit thru Elizabeth Seaport? That's a stretch ... how about the Port of Seattle? Portland? Long Beach-LA? Baltimore? Charleston? Miami? Galveston?
NJ proponents are getting carried away with their grandiose claims.

48 posted on 03/08/2006 6:24:22 AM PST by BluH2o
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To: Calpernia

Vanna's hair is nowhere near "big" enough to be from Jersey!


49 posted on 03/08/2006 6:27:41 AM PST by wagglebee ("We are ready for the greatest achievements in the history of freedom." -- President Bush, 1/20/05)
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To: wagglebee

It can be.

50 posted on 03/08/2006 6:29:10 AM PST by Cagey (You don't pay taxes - they take taxes. ~Chris Rock)
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