Posts Tagged ‘New Jersey’


You may not want to book a wedding reception at the Pantagis Renaissance in New Jersey

November 27, 2012

Bamboozled: Knocked out by Sandy, Scotch Plains hall cancels wedding party, keeps its cash |


h/t to Consumerist


Taryn Pittfield’s Fire Fund by Nick Pollock – GoFundMe

October 9, 2012

“On Friday October 5th one of my best friends, Taryn Pittfield, lost her apartment and most of her belongings in a fire.”

I go bowling w/Taryn (Nick, too).

Taryn Pittfield’s Fire Fund by Nick Pollock – GoFundMe.


Screaming Females cover Sheryl Crow

May 16, 2012

Hope it makes you happy.


Mail I sent to Senators Lautenberg & Menendez, and Congressman Pallone

December 15, 2011

I would like [my representative] to vote against bill S.968 – PROTECT IP Act of 2011 / H.R.3261, the Stop Online Piracy Act.

A bill that would allow for the government of the United States to essentially remove a website from the internet is contrary to the spirit and the letter of the First Amendment.

Technology companies start, and become successful, in part by (legally) disrupting the business models of older companies. If one of these entrenched companies can have a smaller threat neutralized through a government blacklist before it becomes successful, it could have chilling effects throughout the technology startup community. Investors will be more reluctant to fund new companies, and one of the fastest growing segments of our economy, an economy that could use all the help it can get, will stagnate.

Furthermore, [my *Democratic* representative] should consider the opportunity for abuse of such a blacklisting scheme for political gain. I can imagine the government office responsible for maintaining the list of blocked sites, under a Republican administration, would be more likely to block progressive websites first and ask questions later. The Justice Department is currently investigating possible violations of the Voting Rights Act by Republican-dominated state legislatures. Given the opportunity, I can’t see why the Republican party would not also try to have points of view they disagree with stricken from the internet. Knowing, and appreciating, [my Democratic representative, whom I voted for, and actually do like most of the time]’s record of progressive voting, I would think he may not want to vote for a bill that could make his reelection harder under a less fair-minded administration.


Pretty Much.

December 6, 2011


973 Melting Pot represent. – SUBTERRANEAN A.


And back in the clubhouse, we can have a nice Scotch cut with the tears of the children of the unemployed!

September 1, 2011

@ New Brunswick train station


Stay Classy, Planter Outside Taxi Stand in New Brunswick

August 27, 2011

Yep, that’s a syringe.