Thursday, September 15, 2016

Hoboken has a Lt. Governor candidate?

Most Hoboken residents are aware there's a national election this November and who the top candidates are. But how many could guess one resident self-identifies as a New Jersey Lt. Governor candidate?

If you are stumped, no one can blame you. After all, there's really only one high profile elected official who would likely register on the statewide scene. Her aspirations however have said the first and last stop of political office is Hoboken mayor.

Then this happened.

An online political publication put out a poll asking its very inside baseball NJ political readership the burning question; who should be considered a candidate for New Jersey  Lt. Governor?

Grafix Avenger covered the hijinx with another hilarious satire sure to anger the political operatives whose livelihood depend on Weehawken dive bars employing the family and a certain "civic" enterprise known for handing out hot dogs and schoolbags packed with pencils and straw. You know, to keep the bag looking fluffy and more charitable. We're not going to get into the less than charitable, quasi-legal political activities of the political section. That's above this farm animal's law enforcement pay grade.

Grafix Avenger explains how a failed former ward council member went from unheralded unemployed litigious housewife to statewide Lt. Governor in the click of a mouse.

Hey, who turned the fish into a chimp? With one ape on the staff isn't that one monkey too many?

For more on all the sidesplitting details.

Monkey pounding on computer graphic courtesy Grafix Avenger

ipulse to the rescue


Hoboken is home to lots of businesses offering many services. Few fall into the category of "saved in the nick of time."

According to some statistics, the average person reaches for their smartphone 100 times a day. Whether it's a quick email, text or phone call - the reliability and critical availability of access to communications plays a bigger role in many lives.

Most however don't have backups to their phones or tablets. What to do when the inevitable crash or glass befalls an unplanned accident?

Down by the Hoboken PATH and right next door Teak is ipulse. They handle all kinds of repair issues for smartphones, tablets and laptops.

Walk-in service is available to fix a screen or solve a problem same day, sometimes same hour.

The team at ipulse is conveniently located near the PATH for
smartphone, tablet and laptop repairs. 

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