Snippy maybe, perhaps Snooty, but never, ever, Snobby…

From the APP:

Snobsville: Where are the snobbiest places in New Jersey?

Here’s the Top 30:

1. Princeton
2. Chatham
3. Mendham
4. Edgewater
5. Glen Ridge
6. Bernardsville
7. Westfield
8. Hoboken
9. Summit
10. Oradell
11. Ridgewood
12. Manasquan
13. Watchung
14. Glen Rock
15. Morris Plains
16. Mountainside
17. Haddonfield
18. Boonton
19. Florham Park
20. Franklin Lakes
21. Englewood Cliffs
22. Allendale
23. Closter
24. Madison
25. Fair Haven
26. Park Ridge
27. Little Silver
28. Montvale
29. Norwood
30. Upper Saddle River

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117 Responses to Snippy maybe, perhaps Snooty, but never, ever, Snobby…

  1. Mike says:

    Good Morning New Jersey

  2. Ottoman says:

    18. Boonton

    Well Boonton does have a Walmart.

  3. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Rip Yogi

  4. Grim says:

    Did they mean Mountain Lakes?

  5. Splat Mofo says:

    WTF? Do people in Boonton take designer krokodil?

  6. Splat Mofo says:

    Jeebus. ‘R@lph L@uren’ gets you moderated?

  7. The Great Pumpkin says:

    lol…the list is actually pretty accurate

  8. The Great Pumpkin says:

    I’m with grim, I think they are referring to Mountain Lakes.

  9. grim says:

    Yeah RL, lots of chinese spam

  10. grim says:

    NJ needs to get a lawsuit together against VW quickly, so we can get a piece of that action before there is nothing left.

    Can’t wait to see Merkel’s reaction to a German bailout of VW.

  11. grim says:

    Oh now this is interesting, breaking this morning…

    Green Party claims Angela Merkel’s government knew carmakers were using illicit techniques to fool emissions testers this summer

  12. anon (the good one) says:

    very few extreme right wingers can afford some of those towns

  13. anon (the good one) says:

    #12 the vw issue won’t easily go away

    @BernieSanders:

    The debate is over. Climate change is the greatest environmental crisis facing this planet.

  14. grim says:

    No Montclair? Or is that a different kind of snobby?

  15. grim says:

    I spent the money to drive an electric car as an early adopter. I have a house full of high efficiency LED lighting. I spent thousands of dollars on high efficiency products for heating and cooling. I’ll probably plaster my roof with solar panels in the next year or two. I telecommute and don’t drive on a daily basis. I have a letter signed by the director of the EPA (and george bush) on my wall for work I did as an environmental activist as a kid. I put on a sweater instead of turning up the heat.

    I’m more green than just about every loudmouthed tree hugger.

    I’m no climate change denier, but I absolutely think that there is a serious issue with regards to local overreaction and unintended consequences. In addition, I think it is time for the rest of the world to step up and do their part.

    I think that putting the US at a competitive disadvantage globally, to make an environmental impact, is not the correct strategy. The cost of improving environmental impact is not linear, it is exponential. The potential impacts that could be made elsewhere for the same dollar spent is significant. The rest of the world stands to benefit incredibly from the investments America has made in green technologies, energy efficiency, and emissions controls. We’ve done our part.

    In addition, realize that environmental protection is a regressive tax on the poor, and will exacerbate income inequality. Sorry if you believe in La La Land where we can all dance around trees in flowered jock straps, but the fact is, being green is really, really expensive.

    Here is a great example, prohibit incandescent lighting. Do you know what a huge impact this would make to energy consumption in the US? The potential reduction in evening energy use absolutely astronomical.

    Now, instead of a low income family buying a $1.99 lightbulb, they need to buy an $11.99 lightbulb. You’ve now forced them to lose $10 of discretionary spending dollars, really, a $10 green environment tax. How is this fair? You don’t think this applies everywhere? The cost of a bus or train fare? The cost of a KWH? The cost of an automobile? The cost of gas at the pump? The cost of a gallon of heating oil?

  16. anon (the good one) says:

    @chrislhayes:
    Our entire political-media system’s indifference/insanity/sluggishness on climate change is going to look ghastly and criminal in 30 yrs

  17. anon (the good one) says:

    @chrislhayes:
    Ghastly, morally odious, impossibly stupid, unfathomably destructive and shameful. No one will be spared judgment.

  18. grim says:

    I climbed through sewer pipes to sample wastewater from industrial sites, in retrospect, probably stupid and it’s amazing we didn’t get killed in the process. We solicited door to door for donations to raise the funds necessary for the water tests. We got a major NJ manufacturer in hot water with the EPA for discharge into open waters (sorry, not allowed to talk about it).

    What have you done? A $15 donation to Greenpeace in exchange for a T-shirt?

  19. grim says:

    Seems like most environmentalists are more interested in telling others what they can’t do, than actually doing anything positive themselves.

    Go to an environmental rally in NJ, you won’t ever see so many large-engine luxury sedans and SUVs in one place.

    EINO’s – Environmentalists in Name Only…

  20. nwnj4Trump says:

    The best thing we can do to save the environment is to cull large swaths of the third world.

  21. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Great post. I would think it’s in our best interest to use our military to enforce a green movement across the globe. Why not? Everyone benefits?

    grim says:
    September 23, 2015 at 8:29 am
    I spent the money to drive an electric car as an early adopter. I have a house full of high efficiency LED lighting. I spent thousands of dollars on high efficiency products for heating and cooling. I’ll probably plaster my roof with solar panels in the next year or two. I telecommute and don’t drive on a daily basis. I have a letter signed by the director of the EPA (and george bush) on my wall for work I did as an environmental activist as a kid. I put on a sweater instead of turning up the heat.

    I’m more green than just about every loudmouthed tree hugger.

    I’m no climate change denier, but I absolutely think that there is a serious issue with regards to local overreaction and unintended consequences. In addition, I think it is time for the rest of the world to step up and do their part.

    I think that putting the US at a competitive disadvantage globally, to make an environmental impact, is not the correct strategy. The cost of improving environmental impact is not linear, it is exponential. The potential impacts that could be made elsewhere for the same dollar spent is significant. The rest of the world stands to benefit incredibly from the investments America has made in green technologies, energy efficiency, and emissions controls. We’ve done our part.

    In addition, realize that environmental protection is a regressive tax on the poor, and will exacerbate income inequality. Sorry if you believe in La La Land where we can all dance around trees in flowered jock straps, but the fact is, being green is really, really expensive.

    Here is a great example, prohibit incandescent lighting. Do you know what a huge impact this would make to energy consumption in the US? The potential reduction in evening energy use absolutely astronomical.

    Now, instead of a low income family buying a $1.99 lightbulb, they need to buy an $11.99 lightbulb. You’ve now forced them to lose $10 of discretionary spending dollars, really, a $10 green environment tax. How is this fair? You don’t think this applies everywhere? The cost of a bus or train fare? The cost of a KWH? The cost of an automobile? The cost of gas at the pump? The cost of a gallon of heating oil?

  22. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Something has to be done, we can’t continue to destroy the only planet we can live on. We are already at the point where you can’t drink unfiltered water, how long before you can’t breath unfiltered air?

  23. leftwing says:

    Nuk3 China. Make most of the middle east a glass bowl while you’re at it.

    Two major problems solved.

    Mankind has become too smart for its own good. Used to be a good plague every so often to clean the cupboards and hit the reset button. Not now.

  24. The Great Pumpkin says:

    Never thought about this. That’s a great point.

    “Mankind has become too smart for its own good. Used to be a good plague every so often to clean the cupboards and hit the reset button. Not now.”

  25. leftwing says:

    Don’t need to worry about income inequality either while you’re tossing mom to the middle of the street so the guy with the cart can plop her on and haul her carcass away. Median income per person just went up in that family.

  26. Fast Eddie says:

    There were green peace d0uchebags on the streets in Hoboken again yesterday. What a f.ucking group of outcasts. They’re looking for a purpose. Why don’t they get a degree in environmental engineering and produce a clean alternative that will also enrich every day life? When I ask them how their jeans or cell phones were manufactured they go all Ralph Kramden on me.

    And speaking of Hoboken on that top 30 list above, gimme a f.ucking break. Snooty? Is a bunch of vapor-smoking hipsters considered snooty? This town resembles nothing like its roots. That’s another whole story. It wasn’t classified as snooty to begin with but it’s beyond a shell of its former self. This is a college town accented with d0uchebag pretenders.

  27. grim says:

    Actually, it’s more like $1.99 for a 4 pack of bulbs replaced by 4 $11.99 bulbs, an environmental tax of $45.97.

  28. Juice Box says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if the Pope gave a speech on John 2:15 OR Exodous 20:15 while addressing Congress?

  29. Splat Mofo says:

    Wouldn’t it be great if organized religion collapsed?

  30. Juice Box says:

    One corrupt organized group pointing the finger at another organized group is all I see Clot.

  31. Ben says:

    I live on the Princeton border and am there almost daily. Interviewed at Princeton High School once. I lived in Manasquan. I also have taught in school districts of 2 of the top 10.

    Princeton without a doubt takes the cake. People on the street act as if they are the most important person on the planet. They’ll step in front of you to read a menu on the wall. They won’t hold the door for you. They’ll close the door on your 3 year old child. The Wegmans is the absolute worst. You watch them take a sample, ignore the other 5 people in line while they eat in front of the sampling counter. And then take two more.

    Out near towns in Morris/Somerset on that list, the people and the kids are a lot more respectful and polite. The transplants who moved into those towns because they were rich enough to are the ones that are the problem. I find the families that always lived there to be wonderful people.

    As far as Manasquan goes, what an awful community. The homes throughout the community are falling apart. Their “boardwalk” is a paved driveway. Meanwhile, you’d think that you were making your way through the Hamptons the way the people act. Every time I would walk my dog 3 blocks off the beach, I would have residents obnoxiously telling me I can’t bring the dog on the beach. The police department are also a bunch of bastards there. They have “1 hour parking spots” that aren’t metered. If you park there for over 15 minutes, they drop a ticket on your windshield.

  32. Fast Eddie says:

    When ShopRite and Costco are making cakes and pastries that are as good or better than Carlo’s (extremely overrated for years), then you know the ballgame is over. And can you imagine some millennial from the Midwest telling you who has the good “muzz?” LMAO!!

  33. Juice Box says:

    I dunno about that list. Red Bank has Valet parking downtown to guarantee your Ferrari or Lamborghini is parked out front where everyone can see it, and every weekend without fail there is a Ferrari or two or three parked there.

  34. Jcer says:

    No short Hills or saddle river

  35. walking bye says:

    Best description I’ve heard for Hoboken- “Summer Camp for Adults”

  36. Libturd at home says:

    I wonder how much energy those Twitter servers are using?

  37. walking bye says:

    No, No short Hills or saddle river. but the snobs from Boonton sure made an impression on the author.

  38. Juice Box says:

    Upper Montclair looks down on Montclair does it not?

  39. Jcer says:

    Alpine and east Hill of Englewood also conspicuously absent

  40. Libturd at home says:

    “Upper Montclair looks down on Montclair does it not?”

    Understatement of the century.

  41. Pete says:

    Alpine and Saddle River don’t meet their population threshold (5,000) for inlcusion. No idea how Millburn doesn’t even crack top 100. Probably just sloppiness on the part of the list maker such as many of these are.

  42. Fast Eddie says:

    Old Tappan? Wyckoff? Basking Ridge? Morristown? This list is nothing more than a conversation piece. Aren’t they all?

  43. Libturd at home says:

    These lists are proliferating like heroin usage. They are almost ALWAYS manipulated to give the reader what they want to read and they are insanely popular. For example, the Washington Post, in their list of best high schools, include schools with the largest number of people who take AP exams, but disregard the grades. This puts urban school districts at an advantage. Of course, this list would still include a lot of charter schools which the liberals consider the devil, so those are excluded.

    None the less, I would expect to see more and more of these lists manipulated to result in the greatest amount of web ad clicks.

  44. Juice Box says:

    Holey smokes! All those towns are white too. We have a privilege problem folks. Time to report them on twitter.

    https://twitter.com/search?q=white+privilege&ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Esearch

  45. Fast Eddie says:

    Can we create a top ten list? Any suggestions on the topic?

  46. anon (the good one) says:

    they wouldn’t be there if you weren’t such a f.ucking pig polluter and climate change denier

    Fast Eddie says:
    September 23, 2015 at 9:25 am
    There were green peace d0uchebags on the streets in Hoboken again yesterday.

  47. anon (the good one) says:

    @BernieSanders:

    Pope Francis has forcefully reminded us that greed, and the worship of money, is not what human existence should be about.

  48. Fast Eddie says:

    anon [47],

    Like I said, they’re searching for a purpose in their life. Perhaps you should volunteer. By the way, can you tell me the waste byproduct produced from the device you’re using to post?

  49. I understand Deal is too small to make that list, but how about Rumson? In my book if you have a Lawn Tennis and Cricket Club with 15 grass courts along with 15 Har-tru courts, you are automatically on the list.

  50. grim says:

    Top 10 towns in NJ where husbands are most likely to lose a finger running a chainsaw for the first time.

    Top 10 towns in NJ by midlife crisis purchase: Corvette, Harley, or Boat.

    Top 10 hairiest towns in NJ.

  51. grim says:

    Cricket Club in Irvington, good times.

  52. Alex says:

    Fighting climate change, just the latest if not the slimiest scam perpetrated on the dim-witted gullible sheeple to seperate them from their money.

  53. xolepa says:

    I notice, with a chuckle, that none of these towns are from Hunterdon county and only 1 from Somerset. Hunterdon consistently rates the highest in NJ in quality of life, health and family issues. Also the highest income per capita in the state. Towns here don’t compete against each other. Different way of life, I guess. Or maybe its the more homogenous population.

    Drive towards Bridgewater nearing the Circle area and all hell brakes loose. Like a different world at that point. Did that yesterday. Wow!

  54. yome says:

    Actually the large population of the 3rd world have been doing their part- even before environmental problems occured. The problem in the 3rd world is the Large Factories and old diesel cars owned by the few affluent.
    The large population have been turning down the thermostat during winter, Cost of energy is extremely high. Central air conditioning is rare. Bedroom air conditioning/ heating is turned on when there are occupants only. This can be afforded by less than half of population. Lights are turned off when not needed. Few uses Paper Towels to dry their hands. Cost of energy have made the 3rd world compliant in decades compared to Developed Countries.

  55. yome says:

    Jackson Browne: Bruce Springsteen Joins Singer on Stage at Concert in New Jersey
    Springsteen, who was in attendance at Browne’s concert Tuesday at the Count Basie Theatre, joined the singer and performed a rendition of “Take It Easy.” Springsteen turned 66 on Wednesday.

  56. anon (the good one) says:

    yep

    yome says:
    September 23, 2015 at 11:43 am
    Actually the large population of the 3rd world have been doing their part- even before environmental problems occured. The problem in the 3rd world is the Large Factories and old diesel cars owned by the few affluent.
    The large population have been turning down the thermostat during winter, Cost of energy is extremely high. Central air conditioning is rare. Bedroom air conditioning/ heating is turned on when there are occupants only. This can be afforded by less than half of population. Lights are turned off when not needed. Few uses Paper Towels to dry their hands. Cost of energy have made the 3rd world compliant in decades compared to Developed Countries.

  57. joyce says:

    “Hunterdon consistently rates the highest in NJ in quality of life, health and family issues”

    Are those lists as accurate as this one under discussion?

  58. Libturd at home says:

    “Pope Francis has forcefully reminded us that greed, and the worship of money, is not what human existence should be about.”

    The Vatican’s net worth is estimated to be between 10 and 15 billion. Perhaps alter boys should be paid for their services?

    Perhaps we should also start charging property tax to places of worship?

  59. grim says:

    What’s next, saying that their abysmal infant mortality rates are positive for the environment as population controls?

  60. grim says:

    By the way, you do know that shitting in a river is actually polluting, right?

  61. Libturd at home says:

    Who shits in a river? In Chennai, they poop right on the sidewalk.

  62. Juice Box says:

    They skipped toilets and went straight to smartphones.

  63. grim says:

    Don’t blame the affluent, the poor are more than willing to f*ck up the environment for a few dollars…

    http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/120-a424/

  64. joyce says:

    64
    My only point was to ask if you compared the methods used.

  65. yome says:

    In living machines, bugs, plants, and bacteria break down excrement similar to the way nature handles animal droppings in the wild. Composting toilets, too, mimic natural processes by covering the feces with sawdust and letting microbes digest the mixture, producing enough heat to neutralize pathogens.

    But combine the word “feces” with composting and even the most progressive thinkers are likely to blanch. Describe the kind of eco-machine in use at Omega, and risk being tarred as a stinky, starry-eyed dreamer.

    “This is a cultural thing. People have been taught that their feces are something evil and dreadful,” sighs Gene Logsdon, author of Holy Shit, a book on rethinking our handling of waste, both human and animal. “For years, shit has been seen as something so repugnant that the word itself was scrubbed from polite conversation.”

    http://www.yesmagazine.org/issues/what-would-nature-do/waste-not-how-to-stop-flushing-the-good-stuff

  66. grim says:

    Reads like something out of the Myth of the Peaceful Savage.

  67. grim says:

    Last estimate I saw was that 1000 children die every day in India due to 100% preventable fecally transmitted diseases.

  68. grim says:

    So don’t worry, it’s just a “cultural thing”

  69. joyce says:

    cultural thing

    “My son said that his officers told him to look the other way because it’s their culture.”
    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/21/world/asia/us-soldiers-told-to-ignore-afghan-allies-abuse-of-boys.html?_r=0

  70. leftwing says:

    Xolepa love Hunterdon county. Just drove through there and am currently enjoying the sun on the porch of the Lambertville house finishing some outstanding mussels in wine sauce waiting for my three goat cheese board. Would move here if I could.

  71. A Home Buyer says:

    Well, there goes the Bio-Metric security neighborhood. People are going to have to reset and change their fingerprints now too.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2015/09/23/opm-now-says-more-than-five-million-fingerprints-compromised-in-breaches/

  72. Anon E. Moose says:

    Grim [61];

    What’s next, saying that their abysmal infant mortality rates are positive for the environment as population controls?

    The watermelon environmentalist movement (green on the outside, red on the inside) are part of the same coalition and kissing cousins to the eugenicists (like Margret Sanger, PP founder). You don’t have to dig deep at all in the environmentalists backyard to find the “Overpopulation threatens Gaia” literature.

  73. Fast Eddie says:

    The brains of those little f.ucking green peace turds polluting the sidewalks of Hoboken are so miniscule. The whole environmental movement is a scam.

  74. nwnj4Trump says:

    No, Eddie it’s not a scam. A lot of these people dedicate their lives to conservation with no reward other than personal satisfaction.

    What is a scam is the political hijacking of these causes by the politicians that you buy into.

  75. leftwing says:

    Uh oh. Looks like a new opportunity arriving to offend a menopausal mom with a 30 year old daughter …….

  76. leftwing says:

    Must be holiday combined with the weather. Real nice foot traffic

  77. leftwing says:

    Hahaha. Just got street viewed by some auto with Indiana plates. Fixed camera not spinning. No corporate identification.

  78. Juice Box says:

    re: # 72 – Joyce the practice of pederasty in the Arab world was hushed up in the name of politically correct multiculturalism. Male society there resembles more of what you would find in a men’s prison in the USA, and god help you if you are a boy incarcerated in a men’s prison in this country.

    So in the name of politically correctness the soldiers were told to ignore it as if it did not exist even on US bases, in-other words solider up and ignore the nightly screams of the boys.

  79. Ben says:

    Xolepa love Hunterdon county. Just drove through there and am currently enjoying the sun on the porch of the Lambertville house finishing some outstanding mussels in wine sauce waiting for my three goat cheese board. Would move here if I could.

    Would that be three goat cheeses or one goat cheese made from three goats?

  80. anon (the good one) says:

    re: # 72 – Joyce the practice of pederasty in the Arab world was hushed up in the name of cheap oil. Male society there resembles more of what you would find in a men’s prison in the USA, and god help you if you are a boy incarcerated in a men’s prison in this country.

    So in the name of cheap oil the soldiers were told to ignore it as if it did not exist even on US bases, in-other words solider up and ignore the nightly screams of the boys.

    Cheap oil is the one and only reason we are there. Thanks to W.

  81. homeboken says:

    http://www.theonion.com/r/51369

    ROCHESTER, NY—During a meeting with new hires Wednesday to discuss employee benefits, Radian Analytics human resources manager Ellen Schultz is said to have strongly pushed the company’s infinite-deductible health care option.

  82. nwnj4Trump says:

    #84

    Glad to see that you don’t know the difference between Iraq and Afghanistan unless it’s spoon fed to you from twitter, idiot.

  83. NJT says:

    #74 (Lefty):”… Lambertville house…”. Just across the river from New Hope PA . where ‘men are women, too’.

    Both towns have come a long way since the 80s. Lambertville just recently. Zaydars’ nightclub was cool as well a few small pubs (talking about New Hope before the ‘transformation’). Wifey and I (just dating then) partied with George Thorogood and the Delaware Destroyers all night back in…1991?

    Now it’s mostly gay and expensive. Well, except for the boat rides and a pub that links with them (Dunno now).

    Wish I bought that bar back in 1996… used to eat breakfast next door on my way down to Philly once a week.

    Those were the days…

  84. Ragnar says:

    Pope Francis reminds us that in the good old days when the church dominated its realm, life was short, harsh, and brutish. Most people were illiterate, and they did what they were told by their clerics. Then the enlightenment came, people started focusing on living their lives for their own sakes, using their own minds to know the world, rather than living for the sake of a self-professed son of god and occupying their minds with prayers. And that makes him very sad. So he preaches a return to the dark ages 2.0, – collective sacrifice, renunciation of man’s mastery of earth, and greater obedience.

  85. D-FENS says:

    84 – Where in Afghanistan is there oil you dunce?

  86. NJT says:

    Oil in Afghanistan? I always thought it was in Vietnam.

  87. Isn’t “healthiest NJ county” kind of like the leper with the most fingers?

    (59) Most accurate. Not anecdotal.

    http://www.nj.com/healthfit/index.ssf/2015/03/hunterdon_healthiest_nj_county_cumberland_least.html

  88. NJT says:

    Re: the OP. They forgot Greenpond NJ (northern Rockaway Township). Place was (is?) a WASP nest.

  89. Now you understand why Obama wants that little clockmaker boy to come visit the bacha bazi room at the White House.

    cultural thing

    “My son said that his officers told him to look the other way because it’s their culture.”
    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/21/world/asia/us-soldiers-told-to-ignore-afghan-allies-abuse-of-boys.html?_r=0

  90. Grim says:

    Feds just opened an area off AC coast for wind lease.

    You should see the uproar already.

  91. Confirmed. My in-laws owned a house there.

    Re: the OP. They forgot Greenpond NJ (northern Rockaway Township). Place was (is?) a WASP nest.

  92. Grim says:

    Dummies, Afghanistan is where we get our heroin.

    Get it straight

  93. chicagofinance says:

    “Shitting In A River” sounds like one of those names for current rock bands…..Deathcab For Cutie….Fall Out Boy……overprocessed derivative psuedo-gunk ….no one writes new music anymore…..take old songs and riffs and put an Apple faux-turntable sound….

    grim says:
    September 23, 2015 at 12:17 pm
    By the way, you do know that shitting in a river is actually polluting, right?

  94. Take a long sh1t off a short pier.

  95. Ragnar says:

    This is an appropriate video – a guy jumps of a short pier while projectile pooping
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qej1CfPP-Ac

  96. joyce says:

    You found that way too fast.

  97. Fast Eddie says:

    Didn’t the Germans bomb Pearl Harbor because of oil?

  98. grim says:

    101 – I hear a couple of Germans got tricked by the “hookers” on Waikiki. They were apparently propositioned after mistakenly being identified as Afghanis.

  99. The Original NJ ExPat says:

    [102] grim – that’s my simpler plan than Trump’s wall. Undocumented? You look Afghani to me. Please step aboard the C-141.

    Either illegal immigration will stop or Afghanistan will have the best landscaping services and churros in the world.

    101 – I hear a couple of Germans got tricked by the “hookers” on Waikiki. They were apparently propositioned after mistakenly being identified as Afghanis.

  100. The Original NJ ExPat says:

    [100] joyce – I agree. Ragnar had that one chambered as a favorites link.

    You found that way too fast.

  101. The Original NJ ExPat says:
  102. Juice Box says:

    White Privilege in Brooklyn?

    https://youtu.be/-38ftISAt5Y

  103. D-FENS says:

    You have not lived until you’ve sh1t in a river.

  104. phoenix says:

    anyone know a good financial advisor?

  105. D-FENS says:

    108 – Isn’t that what Chifi does for a living?

  106. chicagofinance says:

    firebird…..
    chicagofinance@yahoo.com

    as Essex or Flabmax for a reference……

  107. chicagofinance says:

    ask

  108. anon (the good one) says:

    look up article in WSJ about checking out their credentials. many mini Madoffs have criminal records

    phoenix says:
    September 24, 2015 at 8:01 am
    anyone know a good financial advisor?

  109. D-FENS says:

    Chifi = mini Madoff?

    Them’s fightin’ words.

  110. Libturd in Union says:

    I shit in Cancun Bay once. It was a floater too.

  111. Essex says:

    From this list the whole State of New Jersey seems full of snobs….

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