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1700 Madison Avenue No. 530, Lakewood, NJ 08701

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700 State Street No. 73, Camden, NJ 08102

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1081 S Clinton Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08611

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10 Costco Drive, Monroe Township, NJ 08831

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1181 Roosevelt Avenue, Carteret, NJ 07008

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211 Main Avenue, Passaic, NJ 07055

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100 Quimby Street, Westfield, NJ 07090

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116 3rd Ave, Neptune, NJ 07753

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6100 Black Horse Pike No. A4, Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234

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1731 Route 22 West, Union, NJ 07083

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  • That will be quite a commute. 1) Take NJ Transit to NY Penn station 2) From NY Penn Station, there are 2 options: A) LIRR to Jamaica or B) NYC Subway E train (letter in blue circle) to Sutphin Blvd-JFK (Jamaica) The NYC subway takes a bit longer than the LIRR but runs more often (about every 8-12 minutes or less during the day) and costs less than the LIRR. From Jamaica, you take the Q30 or Q31 bus to SJU. You didn't say where in Central NJ so I can't quote any fare information but you can get it from the NJ Transit site: You can get the timetable information for the line you are on from here as well (Select "Schedules & Fares' and then "Train".) The LIRR fares are: Peak - one way $8.25, weekly $61.75, 10 trip $61.75 Off-Peak - one way $6.25, weekly $61.75 (same as peak) 10 trip $53.25 One way tickets are valid for 14 days from date of sale. Weekly - valid only for the calendar week of the week sold. 10 trip - valid for 6 months from date sold. Most LIRR trains (except Port Washington line trains) stop at Jamaica. The bus fare is $2.25 in coins (but see below). The NYC subway fare is $2.50 using a single fare ticket or $2.25 using the MetroCard with $4.50 or more on it. Using the MetroCard will also give you a free transfer(encoded on the card) from the subway to the bus or bus to the subway within 2 hours of the payment of the fare. If you put $10.00 or more on the MetroCard you will get a 7% bonus. Example $10.00 + 7% gets you a card value $10.70 which is good for 4 fares and $1.70 left over. You can add additional money to the card (such as 55¢ to bring the $1.70 left over to $2.25 for a full fare). If you put $20.00 on the card then you will get a value of $21.40 which covers 9 fares plus $1.40 left over. You can add $1.10 afterward to bring the $21.40 to $22.50 which covers a full 10 fares. With the bonus the actual cost per fare drops to $2.10 (even though the turnstile (or bus fare box) will deduct $2.25 from the total value of the card. There is a 7 day unlimited Metrocard for $29.00 but even if you had classes 5 days a week, this would not be worth it for you.
  • I believe New Jersey Transit and Amtrak can get you into New York City. From there, take the subway. That sounds like a pretty long ride, though.
  • Accents vary by region. First off, if you live in a region, you think that whatever accent you speak in is "normal talk". Whereas everyone else has an accent. In other words, the way people talk in New Jersey sounds normal to you and the way people talk in the midwest or down south sounds like they have an accent. On the other side of the coin, if you were to ask someone from the midwest about the midwest accent, they would think they talk normal and that people from New Jersey have an accent. Check out this for more info: and this: No opinion on Jersey, never been there.
  • Yes, they do, and I think it's just a little twisted sounding, but in a good way. It's interesting to me. Almost like a New York accent. I live in the South and thought I always sounded normal too, until I lived in CA for a while and people seemed to either think my accent was cute or really different/annoying.
  • Sure New Jersey people have an accent to people from other states. Just like you think people from Texas have accents if you have ever heard a Texan talk you know what I mean.
  • You should not allow the "guidos" on Jersey Shore to shape your impression of... the Jersey accent? Sounds silly enough. I'm a Jersey girl, born and raised, and I don't even talk as annoyingly as they do!
  • EVERYWHERE has an accent. The New Jersey accent is similar to a New York accent. It just stands to reason that two regions that share a close geographical location will also share common linguistic characteristics.
  • To southerners, a southern dialect sounds normal. In England, English accents sound normal. To either of those groups, people from New Jersey would have some sort of accent. I'm from Boston. I don't have the typical Boston accent-- I pronounce my "R"s. But to me, it doesn't sound that weird if someone drops her or his "R"s. "I pahhked the cahh in Hahhvahhd Yahhd."
  • Depends which part of NJ you are in. Northern NJ has a mostly NYC accent, while Southern Jersey is more of a Philadelphia/Wilmington twang.
  • Yes, people from Jersey have an accent. I can't really decribe it, but they do. Just like southerners. Heck, everyone has an accent, it's just that if you live in that area, then the accent sounds "normal". I am in Missouri and have had comments on my accent before. It's wuite amusing really.
  • Southern NJ has a different accent than Northern NJ. Only a handful of people that are very close to NY speak with that stereotypical NJ accent. "Youse guys" type of talk. I never actually met anyone who talks like that. I live in NJ close to Philly and we say things like "wudder" for water, and we have our own contraction, "Jeet." As in, "jeet yet?" (Did you eat yet?) We also have "Joo" but you hear that less often. As in, "Joo go to the park?" (Did you go to the park?" I ask my preschoolers "Jeet yet?" as they come in and they always answer me, so we definitely know what it means. I was in California years ago and asked for a glass of wudder and the waiter asked me to repeat myself 3 or 4 times before I realized I need to ask for a glass of WAter.
  • hahah lol im from nyc and let me tell u ppl from jersy have the most anoyyying accent have u ever seen that show the nanny in day time tv its a pretty old show but the nanny has a new jersy accent ppl think thats how new yorkers talk but no way thats ppl who were raised in nj damn ppl from jersy they reuin teh trafic in nyc
  • Frankly, the only difference is that it gets colder and snows a lot in New Jersey. Other than that, flip a coin.
  • There is no perfect place, but a brief comparison: NEW JERSEY New Jersey has much higher real estate taxes NJ has good schools. New Jersey has the highest high school graduation rate of any state in the country. According to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, no state better prepares its students for college and the workforce than New Jersey. New Jersey vies with Connecticut and Maryland every year as to which state is number #1 in highest median household income. (You need a good income to pay for the RE taxes) The MOST densely populated state is New Jersey with an average of 1,143.9 people per square mile. Depending on where you live in Jersey, you can be close to the mountains, the ocean and the Big Apple. Springfield and Bloomfield fit the bill here. ATLANTA Atlanta has horrendous traffic problems. Atlanta is hot in the summer, but warmer in the winter The mountains are closer than the ocean Schools? HOMEWORK You can peruse Money Magazine’s annual list of Best Places to Live: The list is by city / town more so than by states but, in my opinion, this makes it better. You can view the top 100 places or enter your own parameters in the middle right of the page. You will find many interesting demographics regarding home prices, education/ schools, crime rates, etc. Do some other hunting & pecking at this site for other great info to help you make an informed decision.
  • Both Springfield and Bloomfield are expensive. Besides being close to NYC and Philly, NJ has a lot to offer on its own -
  • I have a 1786 New jersey NJ Copper cent that I would like to add some patina back? The truth is I found it metal detecting and when I brought it home I cleaned it with a plastic brush and took off most of the patina on the back and god knows what else, the front still has most of the patina but there also some red spots ontop and near mouth of hourse. the date is hard to see not sure if I removed it with the dumb brush but I'm new to this and this is why I made a stupid mistake. If I could get the coin dark again it would look much better .. How can I get this coin to darken faster naturally ?
  • Don't think you should do anything do it. Go to a place that deals in old coins. Try to find a place that can give advice as what you should/shouldn't do. Ask around where you can find a reputable dealer in coins.
  • you can't without damaging it further. one important rule of thumb... NEVER use chemicals on coins.
  • The hype machine gets going every year when a team unveils an alternate jersey. I love the old logo myself (not a Sabres fan but the old logo is their best) and while it isnt new they will sell the idea of the new style of jersey. If you have the old CCM one you will not be considered cool, that is the message so you go out and drop coin on a new jersey. It is all about the dime, plain and simple!
  • I always liked that jersey.... but since I'm not a Sabres fan then it really doesn't matter for me. To the fans of Buffalo though, I can understand the hype about it.
  • Its just cool to have the classic logo intertwined with the new jerseys. They arent the same colour as the ones you saw. These were just confirmed.
  • well i think it's an RBK version which is great! i'm a leafs fan and i wish we had our old jerseys back, almost every NHL team has better old jerseys than new ones...
  • we arent even sure if that is their real jersey yet, we all have to wait and see, they might surprise us
  • Because people are relieved that they don't have to look at that lightning bolt/slug thing anymore.
  • I have two 50 "New Pence" coins which are slightly larger than regular 50 p coins, The new 50 pence coin has the same design on its heads and tails - Queen Elizabeth on its head and an armed guard with spears and shields and a lion on its reverse. They look the exactly same as regular 50 pence coins just being a bit larger. I thought I could use the coins in England but a clerk declined those coins because they were too large and she didn't think the coins were British. Aren't the new pence coins(50 p) used in the UK? Are they some kind of commemorative coins? Do you think the coins are non-British but could be Australian or New Zealander?
  • The *old* new pence went out of circulation in 1998, so no, they're no longer legal tender, and you cannot spend them. It won't be Aussie or Kiwi because they use dollar and cents, not pence. It may be from Jersey or Guernsey. It will say on the coin if it is. Otherwise its British.
  • That's the seated Britannia on the back, not "an armed guard"! If it says "NEW PENCE" rather than "FIFTY PENCE" then that means it's dated between 1969 and 1982. The 50p coin was reduced in size in 1996 and the old larger version is no longer legal tender.
  • I'm not surprised they were declined. That design on the reverse doesn't sound like anything I've ever seen on a 50p coin. The 50p is quite often used to commemorate things so I've seen all kinds of designs on them but never that, and a British clerk would certainly notice if they were larger than the normal size. I'd be suspicious as to whether they were actually genuine.
  • As others have said, these are the older design coins from the 70's and 80's (plus a bit of the 90's) and are no longer in circulation. Shops etc won't take them, but any main branch of a large bank will exchange them for you without any problem.
  • I'm afraid those coins are not circulating anymore. I live in England and my friend was refused his lunch because he wanted to pay with those coins. You may get away with using that money if you come across someone who may not know, however, I expect that to not be likely, sorry mate.
  • Yes, this is sick. These things really happen- they drug people with rehepnol and then steal their organs.... I have heard about this happening in Britain too. If this incident be true or not I do not know but organ theft does happen and rehepnol is the drug they use, it is also the date-rape drug. Sick stuff man! Never accept a drink from a stranger that you don't see the barman pour first......
  • Keep them. They will eventually become valuable.
  • Your coin had a mintage of 2,225,000 so it is not scarce. It is also new as coins go. One can find your coin in a coin dealers world coin box for around .25 cents or less. It is kind of a neat item coming from a place few know about and even fewer know they have their own coinage. Good conversation item as well as a coin for a one coin per country or area set.
  • I was having an argument with my boyfriend over some of these topics, can you guys give me facts about it? New Jersey What unit of government can enact regulations about construction and use of sidewalks? What unit of government can enact regulations about layout and construction of county roads? What unit of government can enact regulations about safety on highways? What unit of government can enact regulations about license the sale of intoxicating liquors? What unit of government can enact regulations about license teachers in public schools? What unit of government can enact regulations about provide fire protection? What unit of government can enact regulations about protect property from theft or burglary? What unit of government can enact regulations about coin money and control the issuing of paper money?
  • its either federal, local, state, or county.
  • 1859 was before the Civil War. Until 1861, individual banks issued banknotes, and the the bank that issued your notes was one of several in New Jersey that issued banknotes. We would need to know which bank in what city issued them, in addition to condition of the notes. Here are a few examples of such notes presently for sale on eBay:
  • If they're brown, and real, than you'll get a crap load of money from a museum.
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