Moms hate trees?

Hoboken moms hate trees apparently!

What an entitled city Hoboken has become! Based on the following evidence, it’s clear that moms hate trees!

There’s some “mom in the city” event taking place in the swank W Hotel in early October, and plastered all over city parks – and stapled to TREES – are fliers advertising this “family friendly” (yet environmentally evil) ho-down.

moms hate trees in Hoboken NJ

Some residents take notice of tree disregard

And it appears that some residents are unhappy with this senseless stapling of trees as one flier has “No Bills on Tree, Jerkoff” written on it.

Are telephone poles too “dangerous” for the precious mommies to contend with rusty staples that might mess up their recent manicures?

Hoboken trees moms hate

Kids run wild while moms update Facebook

And to make the tree matters worse, we were told that while a circle-jerk of moms were gabbing away about superficial and shallow topics, kids with astronomical blood sugar levels were running recklessly around the park swinging on tree branches. And ended up permanently damaging several tree limbs.

The parents didn’t even care to notice. Tsk, tsk…

Hoboken kids damage trees

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10 Comments on "Moms hate trees?"

hobofromme
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hobofromme

The Park has been desecrated with all of the astro turf and jungle gyms…
such a shame.
The few remaining trees are being ruined by the kids.

animal_lover
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animal_lover

Hooligan families is what we have in Hoboken. The kids accost my dogs in the park, fathers shout at other residents and the sidewalks are impassable. Correction Chow, it is more of a horror movie than a circus. This park needs to be reclaimed as a civic park. How long before we can move this equipment to the land purchased as a recreational area and return our Hoboken historical and civic park back to its rightful architectural and community intent? H Our community has been being robbed of its traditions for too long. Having an entire park with its traditions violated and worse the marginalization of residents in the community is absolutely despicable. [quote comment=”223843″]The Park has been desecrated with all of the astro turf and jungle gyms… such a shame. The few remaining trees are being ruined by the kids.[/quote]

Chow
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Chow

sorry you are so miserable. I really doubt you recall how your parents raised you before the age of 6. [quote comment=”223864″]Hooligan families is what we have in Hoboken. The kids accost my dogs in the park, fathers shout at other residents and the sidewalks are impassable. Correction Chow, it is more of a horror movie than a circus. This park needs to be reclaimed as a civic park. How long before we can move this equipment to the land purchased as a recreational area and return our Hoboken historical and civic park back to its rightful architectural and community intent? H Our community has been being robbed of its traditions for too long. Having an entire park with its traditions violated and worse the marginalization of residents in the community is absolutely despicable.[/quote]

animal_lover
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animal_lover

Poor Chow and his logical and cognitive difficulties. Effective change is a posiitve action that creates great satisfaction especially in maters of justice.
[quote comment=”223872″]sorry you are so miserable. I really doubt you recall how your parents raised you before the age of 6.[/quote]

Chow
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Chow

Nonsense…this park is a great place for families and children. Every corner of this park is used by people enjoying the outdoor space. Dog park, play grounds and open areas…gazebo for the homeless to sleep…how much more can you ask for? Adults use the fake grass almost every morning with their personal trainers. Apparently you were never a child or your parents did not let you have fun, because as an adult you are clearly miserable…I feel bad for you. Lonely and afraid is no way to live.

animal_lover
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animal_lover
I see kids with recreation setups placed all over public property where it is not allowed due to interference with rights of way. Hoboken parents must feel some angst for not providing a proper yard and recreational opportunities for growing children.With some understanding to the young children, had I not had acreage and was unattended like many kids in Hoboken, I would probably be climbing the trees and fences, racing down sidewalks and treating pedestrians like hockey pucks also. At least some of my knowledge of risk management comes from sports training and coaching. In many sports we were trained/allowed to practice only at designated practice times because our level of play was not the “passive” recreational style of public sessions. Back to the point – our parks need to remain the parks they were designed as and recreation needs to be distinguished as most park architects have done, IE, Columbus Park , Pershing Park. Placing the recreational equipment in the newly acquire land on the west side would be a good place for a strictly recreational area.[quote comment=”223838″]Nonsense…this park is a great place for families and children. Every corner of this park is used by people enjoying the outdoor space. Dog park, play grounds and open areas…gazebo for the homeless to sleep…how much more can you ask for? Adults use the fake grass almost every morning with their personal trainers. Apparently you were never a child or your parents did not let you have fun, because as an adult… Read more »
animal_lover
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animal_lover

Church Square used to be a gorgeous civic park. Now it is a circus of kids running /ridding wild and with sidewalks no longer accessible to the public. Such a shameful administration and the parents who let their kids run amuck. 😯

HOB424
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HOB424

These flyers were most likely put up by the “sponsor” of the event and not moms.

iforgotmymantra
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iforgotmymantra

What a shame! If these “Moms in the City” decide to stay here, they are contributing to the unhealth of the few trees their kids can enjoy while growing up in Hoboken. And regardless of where they end up — who would DO this to trees?

showme789
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showme789

City ordinance prohibits hanging fliers on poles or trees. But since the group advertising probably falls within the preferred Zimmer demographic, no fines will be issued. The selective enforcement in this town is disgusting.[quote comment=”223833″]What a shame! If these “Moms in the City” decide to stay here, they are contributing to the unhealth of the few trees their kids can enjoy while growing up in Hoboken. And regardless of where they end up — who would DO this to trees?[/quote]

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