Hoboken Breakfast Nuggets: 11/1/2010


A little housecleaning and the week ahead!

Election Day is tomorrow

How many of you are voting in tomorrow’s general election? Regardless of whether it’s a high-profile election or not (President, State Governor) – you all really ought to still exercise your right to vote.

Here’s a sample ballot (note that only 4th Ward residents participate in the special Hoboken Council election tomorrow). Even if you don’t what the 13th Congressional District is – or what the public question means – take some time to do a little research and cast your vote.

As Plato once said: “One of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors.”

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Big Day Ahead!

Lots of stuff going on here at Hoboken411 today… Not always easy to manage.

Got a bunch of updates coming – ranging from serious, sad, fun, and politically ridiculous. Stay tuned!

Coldest day of the season!

Hope everyone is prepared for this bitter cold we’re having! Make sure your landlords turn your heat on! Here’s how the week is shaping up:

Hoboken Six Day Weather Forecast November 1 2010 - Hoboken Breakfast Nuggets: 11/1/2010

Hoboken Redwings improve to 6-2

The Hoboken Redwings Varsity football team is back on the winning track – crushing Kearny 52-6. Next on the radar is Marist this Friday, November 5th at 7pm.

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Stay warm and have a happy Monday!

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“Hell, I never vote for anybody. I always vote against.” – WC Fields – 😛


Sad that elections aren’t take seriously. Perceived as a nuisance or time wasting effort. Americans have become complacent, until it directly affects their well being instead of a more proactive nature. Why must a major event transpire before more attention is paid?