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About NJWarrior

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  1. Good crowd in Morristown last night, someone shouted out an attendance of 227. Worth going to the one in Cherry Hill if you can make it.
  2. That's what I thought. We went there a couple of times in the early 2000s. There were only three buildings left, the main one had been destroyed. The last trip we took we were caught by a police officer patrolling the area. Didn't get arrested, just put in the back of the car and driven back down the road to the gate with a warning not to return. Too bad things have gotten so uptight.
  3. I've called his office the past three days. I voluntarily gave my name and address. I'm going to call again today and I'm thinking if I don't get asked for my name and address I'm going to raise hell about it. It's ridiculous that they aren't making sure it is an NJ resident who is calling.
  4. Yes, more doctor's are putting records on a database in order to work with insurers and other doctors, but it is not related to Obamacare and it is not a government database.
  5. There's a difference between having your records on you doctor's computer and them being released to the government. Here's a quote from another article on the matter: "A new 253-page Obamacare rule issued late Friday requires state, federal and local agencies as well as health insurers to swap the protected personal health information of anybody seeking to join the new health care program that will be enforced by the Internal Revenue Service. Protected health information, or PHI, is highly protected under federal law, but the latest ruling from the Department of Health and Human Services allows agencies to trade the information to verify that Obamacare applicants are getting the minimum amount of health insurance coverage they need from the health 'exchanges.'" http://www.ohio.com/blogs/all-da-king-s-men/all-da-king-s-men-1.297964/speaking-of-privacy-what-about-obamacare-1.406797
  6. HIPPA laws protect any records not dealing with involuntary commitment or adjudication as a mental defective. That's how it works, NJ law can't trump federal law. Additionally, in regard to sharing of medical records under Obamacare, it's a matter of not signing up for the government program. http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/06/obamacare-will-share-your-private-medical-records-with-government-bureaucrats/
  7. I believe it is really only an issue if you were treated by a State hospital or facility. The State does not have access to your private doctor's medical records.
  8. I was thinking about the lack of action on the last three bills. As you all know today is Friday, the day unofficially reserved for releasing things nobody likes while everyone is distracted by their weekend plans. The White House, for instance, loves to make document dumps on Friday afternoon in order to bury potential stories. I wouldn't be surprised if Christie is thinking the same thing. I would bet he either vetos or signs the bills today in the hope of having the story fall on deaf ears as people prepare for the weekend. If the bills have to be signed by the 11th (a Sunday), it is highly unlikely he would sign them on Monday where the story would have a full week to blow up.
  9. 45 days from May 20th lands right on July 4th. I'm not sure how it works, but if the holiday carries the time period (as it does with certain legal filing requirements in the State) he would have to veto the bills by July 5th.
  10. This really isn't accurate. You can have one in the car, it has to be disconnected and out of reach. I used to drive from New Jersey to Tennessee frequently and would pull off before entering Virginia to place my detector in the trunk. Virginia law states in part: § 46.2-1079. Radar detectors; demerit points not to be awarded. "B. A person shall not be guilty of a violation of this section when the device or mechanism in question, at the time of the alleged offense, had no power source and was not readily accessible for use by the driver or any passenger in the vehicle." If, however, as you said, the device was sitting disconnected on your passenger seat you would be screwed. "Except as provided in subsection B of this section, the presence of any such prohibited device or mechanism in or on a motor vehicle on the highways of the Commonwealth shall constitute prima facie evidence of the violation of this section. The Commonwealth need not prove that the device or mechanism in question was in an operative condition or being operated."
  11. I've used Beltronics radar detectors for over a decade and have never had a problem. I currently have a Vector 995 and it has saved me numerous times. Not as fancy and cool as the V1 or Escorts, but it does the job.
  12. Black Label Jack Daniel's or George Dickel red label
  13. This is a dumbass comment. Not all of us in Northren New Jersey are anti gun. Sweeney is a South Jersey boy, no? How's he working out or you?
  14. I have to admit, I was once a Morning Joe fan. Then he and Mika began their gun control b*@#h fest and I had to turn it off. I DVR The Five. I think news sites like realclearpolitics.com, thedrudgereport.com, etc. are better than anything on TV.
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