“I like Grass” T-Shirts

Get yours today!

From the Hoboken Southwest Parks Coalition:

I like Grass T-Shirts

“Buy an “I Like Grass.” T-shirt and help support HSPC!

T-shirts available in sizes:
Adult S, M, L, XL
Youth XS , S, M
*The 6 year-old girl in the photo is wearing a Youth XS

Each t-shirt is $25 and goes towards HSPC’s expenses, including attorney & planner fees and the expenses incurred with creating the SW6 proposal.

Available at the Hoboken Arts & Music Festival this Sunday the 30th, HSPC’s booth is on the GREEN BLOCK on Newark between Washington St. & Hudson St., near CVS.

You can also send a check payable to “Hoboken Southwest Parks Coalition” (along with your t-shirt sizes!) and mail to:

Nishant Amin, HSPC Treasurer
700 1st St. #9G
Hoboken, NJ 07030″

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34 Comments on "“I like Grass” T-Shirts"


Colonblow
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Colonblow
8 years 11 months ago

I saw the shirts everywhere yesterday! I hope a lot of money was raised.

ZelNa
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ZelNa
9 years 2 days ago

Don’t you all love how each of the threads spiral down to the same negative bulls*!t.

THE T-SHIRT IS COOL. And the fact that we’re having a “Green Street” at the Arts & Music Festival is great. Everyone should go check out who’s there, buy a t-shirt, and a hemp shopping tote (from the Quality of Life Coalition). Go green!

Easy-E
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9 years 2 days ago

Are there any schools that cater to followers of the Flying Spaghetti Monster? (praised be his noodly appendage)

http://www.venganza.org/

purple68
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purple68
9 years 2 days ago

FYI – High Tech is a public magnet school located in North Bergen. It’s very competitive, and only accepts a handful (10- 20) of kids from Hoboken each year. It’s quite difficult to get into, but then again, maybe Hudson County “connections” get your kid in even if he/she’s not that smart.

I agree….I sort of feel as though the mayor, city council members, and especially school board members (and superintendents) should send their kids to our public schools. I guess many of them are pulling the “religious” card in that respect, to justify sending their kids to St. Francis in Union City. Doesn’t say much for Hoboken Catholic though!

Westful
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9 years 2 days ago

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don’t you think the mayor of hoboken should send his kids to public school? maybe that is the reason the public schools suck, dough boy has no vested interest in them.[/quote] I think High Tech (remembered the name) is open admission/free/public. Just not in Hoboken.

I understand the point about ‘not eating your own cooking’ re: not using the public schools. The schools have been a path to govenerment no-show jobs since the flood. (eg, the elder Russo). I also don’t think people realize how much $$$ Roberts actually has. I’m surprised he even bothered with Prep.

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