But the latest foray into the digital fringe came from an unsettling source—the New Jersey Teachers Union.
If New Jersey Gov. Christie actually joins the 2012 presidential race, he risks a rapid fall from grace.
The New Jersey governor arrived on stage nearly an hour late.
And a warmer Atlantic Ocean seems to have kept Sandy roaring toward New York and New Jersey.
A Quinnipiac Poll shows support for Chris Christie in New Jersey (14 electoral votes) that is simply astounding.
The first was a bright young man, hailing from Newark, New Jersey.
The boy hesitated an instant, and then said: “I live over in New Jersey.”
But New Jersey and Delaware, mindful of recent grievances, were not to be argued down or soothed.
Why should New Jersey, for example, be more ridiculous than Delaware?
My friend from New Jersey says that if this Convention does not prevent it, there must be war.
[Primarily Stanford/Silicon Valley] Brain-damaged or of poor design. This refers to the allegedly wretched quality of such software as C, C++ and Unix (which originated at Bell Labs in Murray Hill, New Jersey). "This compiler bites the bag, but what can you expect from a compiler designed in New Jersey?" Compare Berkeley Quality Software. See also Unix conspiracy.