Readerpix: 128 Park Fire action

2/8/2010:

Hoboken411 reader Matt took a great photo of yesterday’s fire at 128 Park Avenue – which captured the feel of the commotion…

Hoboken411 reader photo of the day – 2/8/2010

Hoboken fire scene 128 Park Ave reader photo Matt Fricovsky

[Stay tuned for the next Readerpix entry! – Note: one reader’s photo(s) will be featured from time to time. Unless your photo is time-sensitive – it will be published in the order it was received! Additional note: Your pictures will have a better chance of being published if they’re in “landscape” mode, as opposed to the taller “portrait” modes… ]

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3 Comments on "Readerpix: 128 Park Fire action"

RedRover
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RedRover

Brave they may be, but rude and obnoxious they are too!
If they had an ounce of decency, which they don’t – based on my personal experience, I would be able to say something more positive.
It’s sad that these are supposedly people we should admire. But they far too full of themselves, without any tact or common decency, to earn any respect.
I’d like to hear if there’s anybody else that has had a bad experience, or if mine was an isolated instance.

blahblahblah
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blahblahblah

Well, Ill take the bait, what transpired? Everything you stated was an inuendo. What exactly happened.

In response to RedRover who said:
Brave they may be, but rude and obnoxious they are too!
If they had an ounce of decency, which they don’t – based on my personal experience, I would be able to say something more positive.
It’s sad that these are supposedly people we should admire. But they far too full of themselves, without any tact or common decency, to earn any respect.
I’d like to hear if there’s anybody else that has had a bad experience, or if mine was an isolated instance.

truth1
Member
truth1

Hoboken’s Bravest in Action ! Since the Roman Empire had the 1st organized fire brigade, here’s: “Audentes fortuna iuvat.” “Fortune favors the brave.”_ -Terence, Phormio. The brave on-side kick certainly favored the brave bold act of the Saints Sunday, did it not!

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