Foggy Hoboken

1/3/2011:

Fog rolled into Hoboken

The warmer temperatures we had this weekend plus the thick snow-cover resulted in foggy conditions throughout the area.

On the ground, one may not pay too much attention to it – however, one Hoboken411 reader thought the city of Hoboken looked quite interesting when viewed from afar – and I’d agree!

Here’s a cheesy joke as well:
Q: What did the fog say to the light rain after her vacation?
A: I mist you.

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7 Comments on "Foggy Hoboken"

mooshu
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mooshu

Eerie!

As for the cheesy joke… Pfffft-ahahahahaha!

Damn it.

iforgotmymantra
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iforgotmymantra

Such a cool image. One thing that crossed my mind is how dense the northern part of town looks – it’s easy to see why Hoboken is having growing pains. With all this growth happening so fast, infrastructure improvements should be more than an afterthought!

homeworld
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The majority of those buildings in this photo on 15th Street have been there for 100 years. Sure they used to be factories, but they’re nothing new. [quote comment=”201606″]Such a cool image. One thing that crossed my mind is how dense the northern part of town looks – it’s easy to see why Hoboken is having growing pains. With all this growth happening so fast, infrastructure improvements should be more than an afterthought![/quote]

iforgotmymantra
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iforgotmymantra

If these buildings were transparent, how many more toilets, showers and dishwashers would we see now – as opposed to 100 years ago?[quote comment=”201624″]The majority of those buildings in this photo on 15th Street have been there for 100 years. Sure they used to be factories, but they’re nothing new.

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camel2
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camel2

Tricky wording homeworld, try this dose of accurate information instead: Of the 16 large structures in the NE corner of Hoboken, 13 were built the last 10-15 years.[quote comment=”201624″]The majority of those buildings in this photo on 15th Street have been there for 100 years. Sure they used to be factories, but they’re nothing new.

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lhoward222
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lhoward222

Further, factories aren’t residential. I have a beef with NJ Transit and USPS neither which seem to accept the fact that uptown Hoboken probably now has more people to move and service than, certainly core midtown, and perhaps lower downtown.[quote comment=”201625″]Tricky wording homeworld, try this dose of accurate information instead: Of the 16 large structures in the NE corner of Hoboken, 13 were built the last 10-15 years.

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homeworld
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Awesome shot. I wonder if anyone took a shot from the Heights for another vantage point.

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