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    Collecting MLB Jerseys?? I am a baseball fan and thinking about collecting various jerseys of different players and teams. Are there any particular rules to follow when collecting jerseys?

    I’m a Pirates fan and there are obviously jerseys I would NEVER purchase (Reds, Cubs, Yankees). Does not buying hated teams jerseys apply when collecting? Thanks for your help.
    Any helpful tips / advice is always appreciated! Thanks.

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      Heck, I collect authentic, licensed MLB jerseys based on favorite players, teams and All Star Games. These are the ones I collect and wear proudly, even though I’m a SF Giants fan!

      Barry Bonds 2003 All Star Game HR Derby Jersey – black with patches signifying the AS game in Chicago at Comiskey Park.

      Barry Bonds black SF Giants alternate home jersey.

      Michael Jordan black White Sox #45 jersey.

      Albert Pujols red Cardinals batting practice jersey.

      Ken Griffey #30 Reds pinstripe sleeveless jersey.

      SF Giants gray “away” jersey personalized with my last name.

      Oakland A’s green batting practice jersey personalized with my last name.

      There’s no set rule about what to collect, but if you have favorite players, favorite colors, favorite teams, All Star Game jerseys or significant legend’s jerseys, the sky’s the limit! Good luck with your hobby!

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    New Jersey!? Why do people hate new jersey so much?

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      Jersey gal here.

      Ya gotta love those New Yorkers who think they know everything about New Jersey. And, others who have never toured the state – who fly into Newark airport and think that’s what the whole state looks like. Heck, most of the Garden State doesn’t even claim anything north of Trenton…..rather, consider it part of the city of NY.

      Anyway, have a look at this…. Then thank your personal diety that you have New Jersey hanging on to the best place on the eastern seaboard….

      If you’ve ever lived in Jersey …you’ll appreciate this!!!

      New Jersey is a peninsula.
      Highlands, New Jersey has the highest elevation along the entire eastern seaboard, from Maine to Florida .

      New Jersey is the only state where all of its counties are classified as metropolitan areas.

      New Jersey has more race horses than Kentucky .
      New Jersey has more Cubans in Union City (1 sq mi.)
      than Havana , Cuba .
      New Jersey has the densest system of highways
      and railroads in the US .
      New Jersey has the highest cost of living.
      New Jersey has the highest cost of auto insurance.
      New Jersey has the highest cost of health insurance.
      New Jersey has the highest property taxes in the nation.
      N ew Jersey has lost 1,000 private-sector jobs in the first four months of 2007.
      New Jersey has had nearly 70,000 residents move out of the state in the past two years!
      New Jersey had a budget deficit in 2006 while all states around it had a budget surplus!
      New Jersey has the most diners in the world and is sometimes referred to as the ‘Diner Capital of the World.’
      New Jersey is home to the original Mystery Pork Parts Club
      (no, not Spam): Taylor Ham or Pork Roll.
      Home to the less mysterious but the best Italian hot dogs and Italian sausage w/peppers and onions.
      North Jersey has the most shopping malls in one area in the world, with seven major shopping malls in a 25 square mile radius.
      New Jersey is home to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island .
      The Passaic River was the site of the first submarine
      ri de by inventor John P. Holland
      New Jersey has 50+ resort cities & towns; some of the nation’s most famous:
      Asbury Park , Wildwood, Atlantic City , Seaside Heights , Long Branch , Cape May .
      New Jersey has the most stringent testing along our coastline for water quality control than any other seaboard state
      in the entire country.
      New Jersey is a leading technology & industrial state and is the largest chemical producing state in the nation when you include
      Jersey tomatoes are known the world over as being the best you can buy.
      New Jersey is the world leader in blue berry and cranberry production (and here you thought Massachusetts ?)

      Here’s to New Jersey – the toast of the country! In 1642,
      the&n bsp; first brewery in America , opened in Hoboken .
      New Jersey rocks! The famous Les Paul invented the first solid body electric guitar in Mahwah, in 1940.

      New Jersey is a major seaport state with the largest seaport in the US ,located in Elizabeth . Nearly 80 percent of what our
      nation imports comes through Elizabeth Seaport first.

      New Jersey is home to one of the nation’s busiest airports
      (in Newark ), Liberty International.
      George Washington slept here. Several important Revolutionary War battles
      were fought on New Jersey soil, led by General George Washington.
      The light bulb, phonograph (record player), and motion picture
      projector, were invented by Thomas Edison in his Menlo Park , NJ , laboratory
      We also boast the first town ever lit by incandescent bul bs.
      The first seaplane was built in Keyport , NJ .
      The first airmail (to Chicago ) was started from Keyport , NJ .
      The first phonograph records were made in Camden , NJ .
      New Jersey was home to the Miss America Pageant
      held in Atlantic City .
      The game Monopoly, played all over the world , named three streets on its playing board after the actual streets in Atlantic City .
      And, Atlantic City has the longest boardwalk in the world,
      not to mention salt water taffy.
      New Jersey has the largest petroleum containment area
      outside of the Middle East countries.
      The first Indian reservation was in New Jersey , in the Watchung Mountains .
      New Jersey has the tallest water-tower in the world. ( Union , NJ !!!)
      New Jersey had the first medical cen ter, in Jersey City .
      The Pulaski SkyWay, from Jersey City to Newark , was
      the first skyway highway.
      NJ built the first tunnel under a river, the Hudson ( Holland Tunnel). The first baseball game was played in Hoboken , NJ ,
      which is also the birthplace of Frank Sinatra.

      The first intercollegiate football game was played in New Brunswick in 1889 ( Rutgers College played Princeton ).

      The first drive-in movie theater was opened in Camden , NJ ,
      (but they’re all gone now!).
      New Jersey is home to 2 out of 3 of ‘ NEW YORK ‘S’
      pro football teams!
      The first radio station and broadcast was in Paterson , NJ .
      The first FM radio broadcast was produced from Alpine, NJ,
      by Maj. Thomas Armstrong.

      All New Jersey natives: Sal Martorano, Jack Nicholson, Bruce&nb sp; Springsteen,
      Bon Jovi! , Jason Alexander, Queen Latifah, Susan Sarandon, Connie Francis,
      Shaq, Judy Blume, Aaron Burr, Joan Robertson, Ken Kross, Dionne Warwick,
      Sarah Vaughn, Budd Abbott, Lou Costello, Alan Ginsberg, Norman Mailer,
      Marilynn McCoo, Flip Wilson, Alexander Hamilton, Whitney Houston, Eddie Money,
      Linda McElroy, Eileen Donnelly, Grover Cleveland, Woodrow Wilson, Walt
      Whitman, Jerry Lewis, Tom Cruise, Joyce
      Kilmer, Bruce Willis, Caesar Romero, Lauryn Hill, Ice-T, Nick Adams, Nathan
      Lane, Sandra Dee, Danny DeVito, Richard Conti, Joe Pesci, Joe Piscopo, Joe
      DePasquale, Robert Blake, John Forsythe, Meryl Streep, Loretta Swit, Norman
      Lloyd, Paul Simon, Jerry Herman, Gorden McCrae,Kevin Spacey, John Travolta,
      Phyllis Newman, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Eva Marie Saint, Elisabeth Shue,
      Zebulon Pike, James Fennimore Cooper, Admiral Wm.Halsey,Jr, Dave Thomas
      (Wendy’s), William Carlos Williams, Ray Liotta, Robert Wuhl, Bob Reyers, Paul
      Robeson, Ernie Kovacs, Joseph Macchia, Kelly Ripa, and, of course, Francis Albert
      Sinatra and ‘Uncle Floyd’ Vivino.

      Bob Meade adds: The Great Falls in Paterson , on the
      Passaic River , is the second highest waterfall
      on the East Coast of the US .

      You know you’re from Jersey when . .
      You don’t think of fruit when people mention ‘The Oranges .’
      You know that it’s called Great Adventure, not Six Flags! .
      A good, quick breakfast is a hard roll with butter.
      You’ve known the way to Seaside Heights since you were seven.
      You’ve eaten at a diner, when you were stoned or drunk, at 3 A.M. (French Fries and Gravy anyone?)
      You know that the state isn’t one big oil refinery.
      At least three people in your family still love Bruce Springsteen, and you
      know the town Jon Bon Jovi is from.
      You know what a ‘jug handle’ is.
      You know that WaWa is a convenience store
      You know that the state isn’t all farmland.
      You know that there are no ‘beaches’ in New Jersey- there’s the shore–and
      you don’t go ‘to the shore,’ you go ‘down the shore.’
      And when you are there, you’re not ‘at the shore’; you are ‘down the shore.’
      You know how to properly negotiate a circle.
      You knew that the last sentence had to do with driving.
      You know that this is the only ‘New’ state that doesn’t require ‘New’ to
      identify it (try . . Mexico York Hampshire– doesn’t work , does it?).

      You know that a ‘ White Castle ‘ is the name of BOTH
      a fast food chain AND a fast food sandwich.

      You consider putting mayo on a corned beef sandwich a sacrilege.
      You don’t think ‘What exit?’ is very funny.

      You know that people from the 609 area code are
      ‘a little different.’ Yes they are!

      You know that in the Winter people in North Jersey go sleigh riding and in South Jersey they go sledding.

      You know that no respectable New Jerseyan goes to
      Princeton – that’s for out-of-staters.
      The Jets-Giants game has started fights at your school or local bar.
      You live within 20 minutes of at least three different malls.
      You refer to all highways and interstates by their numbers.
      Every year you have at least one kid in your class named Tony.
      You know the location of every clip shown in the
      So pranos opening credits.
      You’ve gotten on the wrong highway trying to get
      out of the mall.
      You know that people from North Jersey go to Seaside Heights , and people
      from Central Jersey go to Belmar, and people from South Jersey go to
      It can be no other way.
      You weren’t raised in New Jersey — you were raised in either North
      Jersey, Central Jersey or South Jersey . You don’t consider Newark or Camden to
      actually be part of the state.

      You remember the stores Korvette’s, Two Guys, Rick el’s, Channel,
      Bamberger’s, W.T. Grant’s, Robert Hall’s, Newberry’s, Woolworth’s, Western Auto and Orbach’s.

      You also remember Palisades Amusement Park and Bertrand’s Island Amusement Park .
      You’ve had a boardwalk cheese steak and vinegar fries.
      You start planning for Memor ial Day weekend in Febru ary.
      And finally . .
      You’ ve ; NEVER, NEVER , NEVER, EVER pumped your own gas

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    History Of New Jersey? Who founded new jersey, why?
    weather in new jersey
    why should we move to new jersey?

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      At first new jersey was a dutch colony
      Much of New Jersey was claimed by the Dutch. The Dutch colony of New Netherland, started in 1614, consisted of parts of modern Tri-State Area. Initially, small out-posts where built for the fur trade. In 1621, the Dutch West India Company was formed, choosing the tip of Manhattan as their North American head-quarters. In May 1624, from a ship under the command of Cornelius Jacobsen Mey (after whom Cape May is named) thirty families disembarked on Noten Island. These settlers were required to spread themselves throughout the region to Fort Amsterdam, Fort Orange, Fort Goede Hoop, and Fort Nassau. The last was on the east bank of the Zuid Rivier, the site of the first European settlement in New Jersey.

      For more details on this topic, see Bergen, New Netherland.
      Although the European principle of land ownership was not recognized by the Lenape, Dutch policy required formal purchase of all land settled upon, and the first such purchase was of Manhattan, by Peter Minuit, in 1626. The oldest recorded purchase in New Jersey was that of a tract along the banks of the Upper New York Bay across the North River from Fort Amsterdam in 1630. It was part of the patroonship Pavonia, named (in Latinized form) for Micheal Pauw [1] who had bought from the Lenape. At the time it was the territory of the Unami, or Turtle Clan. The settlement grew slowly, impeded by mismanagement of the Dutch West India Company and conflicts with the indigenous population know as Kieft’s War (1643-1645)and The Peach Tree War (1655). In 1658, the last Director-General of New Netherland Peter Stuyvesant “re-purchased” the entire peninsula known as Bergen Neck, and in 1661 granted a charter to the village at Bergen, establishing the oldest municipality in the state. The British take-over in 1664 was formalized of 1674, ending the province of the New Netherland, though the northeastern counties would retain a “Dutch” character for many years to come.


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    Help Finding A Real Soccer Jersey? Which stores in westchester,bronx, or manhattan sell real soccer jerseys??

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      Real jersey ? or if you buy online

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    Jersey City & New York City? Is Jersey City a part of New York city, and since when?? I’ve been hearing people say that they’re from Jersey City in New York city
    ughh excuse me bryan_q i know that Jersey City is in New Jersey, trust me I live in NJ and I know. I just asked why people say that they’re from NYC, while they are in Jersey city so calm down.

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      No,Jersey City is not a part of New York City.
      Jersey City is in New Jersey,however Jersey City is very close to New York City so a lot of people live in Jersey City and commute to New York City to work.

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    Logos And Jerseys? Best:
    NBA jersey
    NBA logo
    NBA fans
    NBA jersey
    NBA logo
    NBA fans

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      NBA jersey- light blue Utah Jazz road jersey
      NBA logo- Golden State Warriors
      NBA fans- Kobe/Laker fans, because they are everywhere

      NBA jersey- Sacramento Kings gold jerseys
      NBA logo- Suns/Blazers
      NBA fans- Spurs, they have no class, cheering Horry after a dirty play

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    Pink Jerseys And A Jersey Question? I saw a woman wearing a pink! Ottawa Senators jersey today! To be honest, I was totally disgusted! I think pink jerseys totally ruin the whole idea of hockey, but, hey, I guess if it’s your thing……Does anyone else despise them as much as I do?

    Anyway, to make it kind of sort of a hockey question and sticking with the whole jersey thing:
    Your favorite hockey jersey of all time? In any league, any time period.

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      Pink jerseys are only acceptable if you a little girl , like 5 through maybe 12 . Or if you are playing in a breast cancer charity game. Otherwise they do scream bunny .
      I do like many jerseys. I really do not have a clear cut favorite. But I do like the Red Wings , Blackhawks, Panthers and the old Coyotes third jersey, before they switched logos .
      EDIT : Hey JayK I happen to like those old Coyotes jerseys . They are much more creative and cooler then the boring ones they changed too. Seems most teams when they change looks have shopped at Dull Logos R Us
      EDIT #2 Sorry Jay K. I guess I misread your answer . Oh well. been a long day . Not surpriing. If somethings would go right, then that would happen less.

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    New Jersey Questions…? What are new jersey’s state traditions?

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      State of New Jersey
      PO BOX 459
      TRENTON NJ 08625-0001
      Governor Secretary of State
      For Immediate Release Contact: Shawn Crisafulli
      August 27, 2007 609-777-4413
      Free cultural celebration to showcase art, music, dance, crafts and food in day-long festivities
      Trenton, NJ - Governor Jon S. Corzine and Secretary of State Nina Mitchell Wells will
      host New Jersey's Cultural Festival on September 29 at South Riverwalk Park in Trenton
      from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Festival will showcase art, music, dance, crafts, special
      children's activities and food during an all-day free event for the family. The rain date is
      September 30.
      "New Jersey takes great pride in our rich cultural heritage with over 145 distinct ethnic
      populations that play an important role in our social fabric," said Governor Corzine. "The
      New Jersey Cultural Festival is a great way for families and individuals to celebrate the
      Garden State's vast multicultural community."
      "We are so pleased to be able to offer such a unique cross-cultural and intergenerational
      experience for our families and children to showcase the breadth and depth of our state's
      cultural richness," said Secretary Wells. "The aim of this outdoor celebration is to
      heighten awareness among New Jersey residents and to foster a mutual understanding
      and respect for our State's cultures and traditions through the exchange and performance
      of cultural arts."
      The Festival celebration kicks off at 11:00 a.m., with continuous cultural performances.
      A highlight will be a naturalization ceremony for new American citizens at 1 p.m. The
      festivities will continue until 5 p.m.
      South Riverwalk Park was built in 2004 on the banks of the Delaware River in Trenton.
      The 6.5 acre venue will provide a beautiful backdrop for festival goers to enjoy a daylong
      lineup of cultural activities, ethnic foods and music and dance performances by
      artists from all over New Jersey. The park has recreational and picnic areas for the
      enjoyment of families and their children.
      Festival highlights include performances by Native American, South and East Asian,
      Latino, Brazilian, Greek, Ukrainian, Chinese, Klezmer, jazz and hip-hop artists, among
      many others. The festival also will feature African American storytelling and spoken
      word poetry.
      In addition to close collaboration with the New Jersey Departments of Education,
      Community Affairs and Environmental Protection, the New Jersey Commission on
      American Indian Affairs, Festival partners include Mercer County Executive Brian
      Hughes; Trenton Mayor Doug Palmer; the Governor's Ethnic Advisory Council, the New
      Jersey Black Cultural and Heritage Initiative Foundation, the New Jersey Commission on
      American Indian Affairs, the NJ Asian American Foundation; Celebrate NJ; the NJ State
      League of Municipalities; the NJ Business and Industry Association; the NJ Chamber of
      Commerce, the Mercer County Regional Chamber of Commerce, and the Trenton
      Downtown Association. The event is underwritten in part by generous donations from
      the following corporate sponsors: Comcast, the Official Media Sponsor; Wal-Mart; First
      Energy Foundation/JCP&L; State Farm Insurance; and the Somerset County Cultural
      Diversity Coalition.
      The cross-cultural performance lineup will feature the following groups:
      1. Rahway Dance Theatre--multi-cultural dance troupe--Rahway, NJ, Union
      2. Odessa Klezmer band--Eastern European music from secular Yiddish
      tradition--Columbus, NJ, Burlington County
      3. Trenton Jazz Ensemble, Trenton, NJ, Mercer County
      4. Trenton High School Marching Band, Trenton, NJ, Mercer County
      5. Camden Creative Arts High School Jazz Band, Camden, NJ, Camden
      6. African Dance and Drum Ensemble, Camden, NJ, Camden County
      7. Naja Selby, National Poetry Out Loud finalist, NJ State Winner, Newark,
      NJ, Essex County
      8. Millicent Sparks and Marvin Jefferson--portraying Harriet Tubman and
      William Still, from Trenton and Montclair–Mercer and Essex counties
      9. Arturo Romay, Latino Guitarist-Mercerville, NJ, Mercer County
      10. Face DaPhlave, Hip Hop Dancers--Willingboro, NJ, Burlington County
      11. Chinese Opera Mask Dance, North Brunswick, NJ, Middlesex County
      12. Hellenic Dancers of NJ, Monmouth Beach, NJ, Monmouth County
      13. Brasil Tche, Brazilian Dancers, business in Somerset County, dancers from
      14. Ensemble Barynya--Russian/Ukrainian/Gypsy balalaika music--Ft. Lee,
      NJ, Bergen County
      15. Soorya Dance Company--Asian Indian Folk Dance--Woodbridge, NJ,
      Middlesex County
      16. Second NJ Regiment–Civil War Re-enactment--set up camp; musket drill,
      fife and drum--members from all over NJ
      17. Sikh Sabha, Martial Arts, Lawrenceville, NJ, Mercer County, NJ
      18. Juvenile Justice Commission Drum and Step Corps, Trenton, NJ, Mercer
      19. Princeton Guards

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    Map Of Jersey City, New Jersey? I’m running a board game with some friends (Kinda like a board game, a pen and paper RPG.) I need a hawk’s-eye view map of Jersey City, New Jersey, preferably with buildings shown, but at least in grid form. I need a map my party can use to navigate their way through the city. Thanks!

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    Watch Jersey Shore S02e12 Online Free? Hi guys..where can i see Jersey Shore s02e12 online tonight? do you know what will happen in this episode of Jersey Shore s02e12?

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