Hoboken Breakfast Nuggets: 2/28/2011

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Hoboken411’s periodic look at what’s going on in and beyond the Mile Square!

Retail musical chairs in Hoboken

Hoboken411 first told you last week that Mamoun’s Falafel is coming “The Avenue.” Well, they’re taking over the Flacoz Tacoz spot at 502 Washington Street. I wonder if Hudson Pizza Company is next to flip? With Balbo’s Pizza knocking out kick-ass pies – can they all survive these days?

Mamouns Falafel replacing Flacoz Tacoz Hoboken NJ 502 Washington Street - Hoboken Breakfast Nuggets: 2/28/2011

Global Climate Change discussion gets more ridiculous

One decade they talk about the next ice age, then global warming – and now that pretty much anyone with a brain knows it’s all just a scam to manipulate and control people here on planet earth – they have to go back to the drawing board again.

This time it’s “Small Nuclear War Could Reverse Global Warming For Years.”

Some of the comments on the National Geographic site were funny – including: “What kind of wacko would make a statement like this? I think I have seen it all when a so called main stream magazine would allow a statement like “a small nuclear war would reverse global warming”? National Geo has now firmly established themselves as total and complete morons, idiots, and ultra stooges.

Now they talk about nuclear war causing global cooling - Hoboken Breakfast Nuggets: 2/28/2011

Big government will eventually kill America

Taxes, fees, regulations and more – those are some of the reasons why businesses are setting up more and more outside the U.S. borders.

The end is near for America being a “Superpower” if something doesn’t change…

big government in America kills businesses - Hoboken Breakfast Nuggets: 2/28/2011

Flood watch today; average week ahead

The National Weather Service has issued a flood watch for the Hoboken, NJ area. Shouldn’t be too bad – maybe an inch and a half of rain. Hopefully we don’t get any stronger storm cells this time.

Also – there’s a chance some rain may happen on Saturday… all depends on the timing. “Will it rain on our St. Patrick’s Parade?”

Hoboken NJ weather Forecast February 28 2011 - Hoboken Breakfast Nuggets: 2/28/2011

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mooshu…The revelers will be bussed in trained in dropped by parachute and navy seal landiing craft will bring in the amature kids from all over. Keep in mind these are not our people from hoboken except for a few. The saturday after jersey city gets their parade and then Bayonne…Only Hoboken inherits the revelers that are drawn to our city that now has more bars than the city of guttenberg..The next day you will see attoreys and students sweeping the streets by orders of the judge (community service) and of course the others will wire dad in pokiseppe NY , livingston,shore areas, ridgewood,summit,and of course NYC..to wire them money for bail…Mayor Bloomberg does not tolerate that crap…The parade should be enjoyable for kids and to watch the bands perform..It has never been this bad since the past few years.Half of these nutmegs don’t even know the hisory of ST Patrick. 😀


Why’d comment number 2 get deleted on here? There wasn’t anything offensive or trolling about it. It was just someone expressing their opinion on a scientific topic and their alleged expertise.


“Will it rain on our St. Patrick’s Parade?”

One can only hope.


How is it an idiotic statement to say “a small nuclear war would reverse global warming”? A nuclear winter almost certainly would do that.

As for trying to control people, I though Al-Qaeda was already doing a good job of that with the hallucinogenic drugs in Nescafe.