More Monroe St. Mayhem

7/29/2008:

No, it wasn’t kids walking on cars, it was a 1990 Red Chevy Blazer that just got stolen. Police are looking for the truck now, as it was said to be heading southbound (possibly to the projects, or heading back to Jersey City or Newark.) It was stolen near 5th and Monroe, near Ottomonelli’s Liquors.

Ok, not the fanciest car in the world, but it’s still someone’s mode of transportation, and may be required for them to get to work!

Update: As I type this, they recovered the vehicle near.. 5th and Jackson. Haha real far away.. and the KEYS were left in the ignition. Dope! Forget what I said above. Some people deserve to have their stuff taken.

Joy ride for some Juvies I guess.

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17 Comments on "More Monroe St. Mayhem"

truth1
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truth1

To steal one’s car is like stealing your horse. The thieves should be punished to the full extent of the law. In the old West, they hung-em!

8thStGuy
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8thStGuy

[quote comment=”102729″]ALERT!!!

Please be careful when parking your car behind 600 Jackson Street (The Juliana).

My car was stolen and another car was broken into last week. It’s passenger side window was smashed in.[/quote]

Yeah, uh, it’s not just there. It’s EVERYWHERE in Hoboken.

What rock have you been under?

daisy464c
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daisy464c

ALERT!!!

Please be careful when parking your car behind 600 Jackson Street (The Juliana).

My car was stolen and another car was broken into last week. It’s passenger side window was smashed in.

Litterboken
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Litterboken
[quote comment=”95869″][quote comment=”95846″]Nah, I lived in fear/awe of my father. I really didn’t steal – except a few hearts. ROFL :lol:[/quote] Way way off topic, but there’s a fantastic book called “Moral Politics” that I wish more people would read. It’s all about how our political & moral views are directly linked to the family situation in which we grew up: “Moral Politics: How Liberals and Conservatives Think is a 1996 book by cognitive linguist George Lakoff. It argues that conservatives and liberals hold two different conceptual models of morality. Conservatives have a Strict Father morality in which people are made good through self-discipline and hard work. Liberals have a Nurturant Parent morality which sees people as something to be cared for and assisted.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_Politics It’s not a black-and-white line between Strict Father and Nurturant Parent, of course, but it did wonders on helping me get in touch with why I believe what I believe. Anyway, your line about living in fear of your father made me think of it.[/quote] I read and loved that book. This particular area of the book also hit home with me. More so was the explanation of “framing” an argument and this back-and-forth between conservatives and liberals. Who owns an argument? The one who starts it, basically. When a conservative says, “Abortion is bad” and a liberal responds, “What about in the case of rape” or whatever, the conservative “owns” the framing of the argument, hence, the power is with them. A truly fascinating… Read more »
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That’s a PHAT ride, yo! 😀

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