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YOU PEOPLE SHOULD GROW UP>>>>YOU ARE A BUNCH OF IDIOTS.....I WAS GOING TO SAY BABIES BUT THEY ACT MORE MACHURE THAN YOU SUPPOSEDLY ADULTS DO>>>>>GROW UP....IF THIS SITE CAN"T BE USED FOR SOME CONSTRUCTIVE TOPICS IT SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN.....

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YOU PEOPLE SHOULD GROW UP>>>>YOU ARE A BUNCH OF IDIOTS.....I WAS GOING TO SAY BABIES BUT THEY ACT MORE MACHURE THAN YOU SUPPOSEDLY ADULTS DO>>>>>GROW UP....IF THIS SITE CAN"T BE USED FOR  SOME CONSTRUCTIVE TOPICS IT SHOULD BE SHUT DOWN.....

I absolutely agree that this forum could be used for something more than complaining and back-stabbing. I'm no longer a resident of Harrison, but it'll always be home. Even moving out of state won't change that, but I searched out this web-site to try to keep in touch with whats happening in town,and all I see is dessension. How about trying to start a forum re:the "good old days" in Harrison. And believe me there where were many. Most of us were poor but it didn't matter because we were all in the same boat. We got along and went along. Think about it people.

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You people on this web site are a disgrace. Some one died and you make jokes? No wonder this town will never get better then what it has now in office, the people below the higher ups are nothing but crude, uncompassionate degenerates. If this is all this web site has to offer then perhaps getting rid of the site is the best thing that could happen. Only cowards pick on the dead, and in this case there are alot of brain dead people who write on this site. Show some consideration for the family of this person, I am sure if something like this happened in your families you would be distraught to find these things being said about your loved one. The gracious thing to do if you don't like this person or there family would be to atleast respect there situation and say nothing.

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You people on this web site are a disgrace.  Some one died and you make jokes?  No wonder this town will never get better then what it has now in office, the people below the higher ups are nothing but crude, uncompassionate degenerates.  If this is all this web site has to offer then perhaps getting rid of the site is the best thing that could happen.  Only cowards pick on the dead, and in this case there are alot of brain dead people who write on this site.  Show some consideration for the family of this person, I am sure if something like this happened in your families you would be distraught to find these things being said about your loved one.  The gracious thing to do if you don't like this person or there family would be to atleast respect there situation and say nothing.

You are absolutely right. It is a shame how some individuals show their ignorance by getting pleasure from other peoples tragedies.

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I absolutely agree that this forum could be used for something more than complaining and back-stabbing. I'm no longer a resident of Harrison, but it'll always be home. Even moving out of state won't change that, but I searched out this web-site to try to keep in touch with whats happening in town,and all I see is dessension. How about trying to start a forum re:the "good old days" in Harrison. And believe me there where were many. Most of us were poor but it didn't matter because we were all in the same boat. We got along and went along. Think about it people.

We can try to start a new forum on the Good Old Days in Harrison, but unfortunatelythis people with Peas for What is supposed to be their Brains would find some garbage to bring up.....Most people that reply to this site are unhappy Idiots that are not happy unless they are mocking or ripping someone apart.....They can't even keep their Mouth shut when a person Has passed away......Well You know what they say What goes around comes around....They will all get there Day....And they will deserve it.....So If You would like to attempt to start a new forum go to it and good luck , I would like to talk to someone about the good old days in Harrison......They are worth talking about.....Good Luck Ps then We all did get along and tried to help each other when needded Not today it is who You can stab in the back and how fast You can do it .....What a Shame.....

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We can try to start a new forum on the Good Old Days in Harrison, but unfortunatelythis people with Peas for What is supposed to be their Brains would find some garbage to bring up.....Most people that reply to this site are unhappy Idiots that are not happy unless they are mocking or  ripping someone apart.....They can't even keep their Mouth shut when a person Has passed away......Well You know what they say What goes around comes around....They will all get there Day....And they will deserve it.....So If You would like to attempt to start a new forum go to it and good luck , I would like to talk to someone about the good old days in Harrison......They are worth talking about.....Good Luck   Ps then We  all did get along and tried to help each other when needded       Not today  it is who You can stab in the back and how fast You can do it .....What a Shame.....

:) OK lets try again if only to prove a point. How many visitors to this forum remember:1) Sat. night dances at Jacksons Auditorium and the Casino? 2) Ice skating at Frank E. Rodgers(JFK) stadium? 3) Playing ball on grass or dirt by the library?(never on the Harrison Ave. side only Fourth St.side) 4) The PAL on Tues. Fri, and Sat. nights? 5) Hamilton St. playground, where you went home filthy from the dark dirt that was supposed to be sand 6) The Peter Dolger Brewery that burned down(it was where the high school is now) and finally7) The old high school on Hamilton St.(it's now the middle school).

Good luck....have fun with this

Well thats a start. Good luck

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How about the Tennis Court Dances on Friday nights...you paid a quarter to get in and everyone had a good time. The bands that would play in the Courts were made up of alot of our friends. After the dance everyone would go to DJ's for pizza (they made great pizza).

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:) OK lets try again if only to prove a point. How many visitors to this forum remember:1) Sat. night dances at Jacksons Auditorium and the Casino?  2) Ice skating at Frank E. Rodgers(JFK) stadium? 3) Playing ball on grass or dirt by the library?(never on the Harrison Ave. side only Fourth  St.side) 4) The PAL on Tues. Fri, and Sat. nights? 5) Hamilton St. playground, where you went home filthy from the dark dirt that was supposed to be sand 6) The Peter Dolger Brewery that burned down(it was where the high school is now) and finally7) The old high school on Hamilton St.(it's now the middle school).

Good luck....have fun with this

Well thats a start. Good luck

Wow!!!!Do I remember The Ice Skating at Kennedy Stadium, They were the Good Old Days, Who remembers going to Kearny Park Pond when it had all those beautiful Big Gold Fish in there and We did not try to harm them....Boy they were beautiful, also when We would go Ice skating on the Pond as well that is where I learned to ice skate.....also the Carnivals they used to have in East Newark in what used to be a large lot on the corner of President Street and Grant Ave......The Harrison High School Band when it was a large Band and a Good one at that.....Marching in the Halloween Parades that were long and fantastic , at one time....The Block Dances we used to have were fun to...

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How about the Tennis Court Dances on Friday nights...you paid a quarter to get in and everyone had a good time.  The bands that would play in the Courts were made up of alot of our friends.  After the dance everyone would go to DJ's for pizza (they made great pizza).

Don't forget Louie the Sausge King or McCain's Diner. Or Dominick's lemon ice truck or Charlie with the produce truck.......or the ice truck on Saturday morning, getting chips of ice. The Rag man with his cart and horse....ot the knife sharpener.

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Father Jack and the CYO trips and dances.

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All the soda fountains that used to thrive in the candy/paper stores and drug stores

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:) OK lets try again if only to prove a point. How many visitors to this forum remember:1) Sat. night dances at Jacksons Auditorium and the Casino?  2) Ice skating at Frank E. Rodgers(JFK) stadium? 3) Playing ball on grass or dirt by the library?(never on the Harrison Ave. side only Fourth  St.side) 4) The PAL on Tues. Fri, and Sat. nights? 5) Hamilton St. playground, where you went home filthy from the dark dirt that was supposed to be sand 6) The Peter Dolger Brewery that burned down(it was where the high school is now) and finally7) The old high school on Hamilton St.(it's now the middle school).

Good luck....have fun with this

Well thats a start. Good luck

Sat. night dances at Jackson's and the Casino ?? Oh yeah. How about lunchtime at Weibolt's , Sat. afternoon movies at the Warner theatre, Louie's Sausage Sandwiches on Third St.

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I AM BORN AND RAISED IN HARRISON I AM 50 YEARS OF AGE.I REMEMBER ALL THAT THE SKATING RINK,THE DANCES,HOW ABOUT THE BAKERY ESPECIALLY KIELBS, AND HARRISON AVE WAS THE PLACE TO GET EVERYTHING THAT YOU EVER NEEDED. JOHNS BARGAIN STORE,PURCELLS TOY STORE,CERBONES PIZZA AND MAY MORE.YOU REMEMBER ALOT LIKE ME.GLAD TO KNOW THE GOOD THINGS THAT WAS WHEN EVERYONE GOT ALONG EVEN THOUGH WE HAVE NOTHING WE ALL MANAGED TODAY IT IS ANOTHER WORLD.

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yes i remember all that and also mustilli italian ice and 2nd street.and rubin drugstore on4th street.and how about the milk machine and the fruit man that used to come around on saturday.i remember all this as a kid,that was the harrison we have known that was when we have nect to nothing but we managed not in this world today to much violence.give us back our harrison i will takke it any day.

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Father Jack and the CYO trips and dances.

Wiebolts (spelling)

All the soda fountains that used to thrive in the candy/paper stores and drug stores

I"m not familiar with Father Jack, but all the other postings certainly bring back memories. Thanks for participating. By the way that lot at President and Grant was the place where most of us played and learned soccer. The East Newark Boys Club and Entre Nous were the one's that come to mind. Sleigh riding on Sherman Ave. , tthe Warner , Meyers Soda Fountain. Cmon folks help me out here....LOL

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