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View Poll Results: Bronx Vs Hudson
Bronx 26 35.62%
Hudson 47 64.38%
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Old 10-03-2010, 09:36 PM
 
Location: THE THRONE aka-New York City
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Originally Posted by BPerone201 View Post
You're a broken record.

"Access and view of manhattan is absurd"
To who? You?! IF the Bronx had the views, you'd probably be a broken record in that regard- Face your insecurity and quit whining already.



Totally absurd.
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"It is alien to people who actually live in places with an identity-to suggest a city/county/etc is better simply because of its view of another superior city or its access to that city"

According to you, the "King of NY", no one in Hudson county county has the right to look at Manhattan, and it it also Hudson Counties fault that they're geographically located across from Manhattan. Is that what makes Hudson county cultureless?- they have better views of Manhattan than anyone else in the world. Where do you think the majority of your cities Skyline shots are taken from?- Grab a kleenex and get over it.
You say these things like people are going to agree with you and back you up. Your the only ignoramus here believing NYC has a great wall built around it.
You also keep mentioning "as a fellow NYer" as if you live in a fantasy and "live up" to your name "King of NY"- The majority of NYers on here think you're nuts and they disagree with the majority of the things you say.
No according to you Hudson county has that type of view of manhattan. Not everyone in hudson county has a view of manhattan like that. Lets not kid ourselves. There are views of manhattan from every borough. No native nyer is going to actually state that as a positive in a vs thread that has nothing to do with manhattan. I only focus on the bronx and the bronx only. Manhattan is mentioned in every nj vs ? thread by by new jerseyans because nj has no identity...Im a madman for keeping it real

To all the other posters not from nj who participated in a nj vs ? thread was it not njs supposed access to nyc and its view of its skyline always mentioned as a browny point to nj or its cities. Thats completely absurd to anyone that comes from places that has an identity

Do nyers use its view of jersey city as a browny point. Considering we supposedly dont have a view of our own skyline. When i walk out into my terrace i see the midtown skyline
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Old 10-03-2010, 09:37 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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The lmao moment comes when you factor in the real world fact that the bronxs population might be three times that of hudson county

1.5 or so mill to a couple hundred thousand

Again........................... LOL. Given the choice (and the economic capability; the key to this whole discussion, given that Bronx Co is one of the poorest Co's in the nation), how many of those Bronx residence would jump at the chance to move to Weehawken, Hoboken, Downtown Jersey City? You understand.
Size is a misnomer that you love to perpetuate. Hudson Co is the size of Hudson Co. Jersey City, Hoboken & such are growing in population, but it's still a small area land wise that will have to become even more vertical in order to capitalize. And that's what's happening.
Keep pecking away though................ You might actually stumble on a good point.
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Old 10-03-2010, 09:43 PM
 
Location: THE THRONE aka-New York City
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Again........................... LOL. Given the choice (and the economic capability; the key to this whole discussion, given that Bronx Co is one of the poorest Co's in the nation), how many of those Bronx residence would jump at the chance to move to Weehawken, Hoboken, Downtown Jersey City? You understand.
Size is a misnomer that you love to perpetuate. Hudson Co is the size of Hudson Co. Jersey City, Hoboken & such are growing in population, but it's still a small area land wise that will have to become even more vertical in order to capitalize. And that's what's happening.
Keep pecking away though................ You might actually stumble on a good point.
Me living in the southeast bronx in a nice quite residential community is definently not jumping at any chance to live in new jersey. If im going to move, im moving to the south or to long island not new jersey. I'll take manhattan,Riverdale,pelham,country club before anywhere in new jersey. Atleast i wont have to pay a toll to get "in the city"

The good point is that their are people paying pretty pennys to stay in the bronx. People buying mansions in the north bx and could careless about new jersey or midtown
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Old 10-03-2010, 09:44 PM
 
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
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The Bronx.
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Old 10-03-2010, 10:00 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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Me living in the southeast bronx in a nice quite residential community is definently not jumping at any chance to live in new jersey. If im going to move, im moving to the south or to long island not new jersey.
Your man just said Long Island.............................. WOW!
You stay clowning.
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Old 10-03-2010, 10:10 PM
 
Location: THE THRONE aka-New York City
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Your man just said Long Island.............................. WOW!
You stay clowning.
A person from the bronx would move to iowa if the price was right...well maybe. But anyways im not in that boat like alot of other bronxites. So the Bronx is poor is laughable to me...Not the bronx im living in Nobody is thinking about moving to jersey and considering the bronx's population is steadilty ahead of hudson county or any nj city/county in that state, reality agrees with me. Fck a poll
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Old 10-03-2010, 10:18 PM
 
Location: St Paul, MN - NJ's Gold Coast
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No according to you Hudson county has that type of view of manhattan. Not everyone in hudson county has a view of manhattan like that. Lets not kid ourselves. There are views of manhattan from every borough. No native nyer is going to actually state that as a positive in a vs thread that has nothing to do with manhattan. I only focus on the bronx and the bronx only. Manhattan is mentioned in every nj vs ? thread by by new jerseyans because nj has no identity...Im a madman for keeping it real

To all the other posters not from nj who participated in a nj vs ? thread was it not njs supposed access to nyc and its view of its skyline always mentioned as a browny point to nj or its cities. Thats completely absurd to anyone that comes from places that has an identity

Do nyers use its view of jersey city as a browny point. Considering we supposedly dont have a view of our own skyline. When i walk out into my terrace i see the midtown skyline
I'm done with you now. It's apparent that you're only goal in life is to belittle NJ with crappy sentence structure and pitiful logic- Ironically, proving your own point on how the Bronx is losing due to its bad stigma.

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Anyway- Time for another picture display to sooth myself from the idiocy.

BRONX:












That last one shows the good views The Bronx has of the Palisade Cliffs in NJ... And I'm ok with that.
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Old 10-03-2010, 10:20 PM
 
Location: On the Great South Bay
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Your man just said Long Island.............................. WOW!
You stay clowning.
First you unnecessarily attack Staten Island and now Long Island. Is there any possible way you can make a point without bringing another area down to your level?
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Old 10-03-2010, 10:48 PM
 
Location: THE THRONE aka-New York City
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I'm done with you now. It's apparent that you're only goal in life is to belittle NJ with crappy sentence structure and pitiful logic- Ironically, proving your own point on how the Bronx is losing due to its bad stigma.

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Anyway- Time for another picture display to sooth myself from the idiocy.

BRONX:












That last one shows the good views The Bronx has of the Palisade Cliffs in NJ... And I'm ok with that.
Great pics of the bronx. Maybe i have been ignorant in this thread. Allow me to give the same the favor

Hudson County:



Hoboken train station




http://ftp.genlyon.addr.com/inder.html/Jersey%20City%20(Hall)3.jpg (broken link)
Jersey City
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Old 10-03-2010, 10:59 PM
 
Location: St Paul, MN - NJ's Gold Coast
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HUDSON COUNTY


By nycbyfoot (http://www.flickr.com/photos/nycbyfoot/ - broken link)

By dallascaper (http://www.flickr.com/photos/dallascaper/ - broken link)

By Dan Beards (http://www.flickr.com/photos/7355435@N04/ - broken link)

By Tony Shi, NY-NJ (http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonyshi/ - broken link)

By gaia.streetart (http://www.flickr.com/photos/gaiastreetart/ - broken link)

By Dan Beards (http://www.flickr.com/photos/7355435@N04/ - broken link)

By tom_hoboken (http://www.flickr.com/photos/tom_hoboken/ - broken link)

By Adventures of Tintin (http://www.flickr.com/photos/glady/ - broken link)

By Dan Beards (http://www.flickr.com/photos/7355435@N04/ - broken link)

By New Yorkled (http://www.flickr.com/photos/new-yorkled/ - broken link)



(The pictures are basically side by side comparisons)

The 1st one represents Housing
The 2nd one is an aerial view in Bronx/Hudson
The 3rd one is High rises
The 4th one is density
The 5th one is Street Art
The 6th one is Housing (again)
The 7th one is Brownstones
The 8th one is Beach (For the BX) and Lay out area (For Hudson)
The 9th one is Single Family homes
The 10th one is Hudson River Waterfronts

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