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Numerology information Montclair:
Name Number: 6 Meaning: Home, Family, Love, Balance, Harmony, Help, Warmth, Social justice
Definition funny of Montclair:
Commuter suburb in Essex County, NJ, about 15 miles from Manhattan. Divided into about three sections. Section 1: The "ghetto" of southeastern and east central Montclair, mostly composed of vaguely derelict multifamily houses and vacant laundromats, and black with a few Sikhs in population. Known as an infamous drug trading area for everyone in suburban Essex County. The area between Glenfield Park and Glen Ridge Avenue is typically considered the worst area, where over 1/2 the businesses are vacant and most of the houses appear to be in a state of disrepair. It is also home to Lackawanna Plaza, a discount shopping center. Black people have lived in the area south of Bloomfield Avenue in East Montclair since the 1700s, and the area north of Bloomfield Avenue is originally a very old Italian neighborhood that is now primarily black, but with some Sikhs. 2. Downtown Montclair-An expanding area centered on the fairly trendy business area around Bloomfield Avenue, Church Street, Fullerton Avenue, Midland Avenue, and Walnut Street. This is home to many boutiques, restaurants, art house movie theaters, bookstores, galleries, and a disordinate number of antique stores for such a small town. The residential areas of Downtown Montclair range from primarily white luxury apartments and restored Victorian two-family houses off Bloomfield Avenue to multimillion dollar houses near Essex Park and down South Mountain Avenue towards the Eagle Rock Reservation. Upper Mountain Avenue in the vicinity of Downtown Montclair is the home of the wealthiest part of Upper Mountain Avenue, which offers multimillion dollar mansions and NYC views, and is arguably the most exclusive street in suburban Essex County. Downtown Montclair has spawned a breed of white rich kids who think of themselves as the hippest, hottest thing in the universe. Most of the people who are Downtown Montclair users are either yuppies, part of an expat community of twenty, thirty, and fortysomethings from NYC, or bored, self-absorbed teenagers. Downtown Montclair also includes most of Claremont Avenue, a somewhat dangerous and deserted residential boulevard. Home of Montclair High School, infamous as home of racial rioting and rich white indie kids. 3. Upper Montclair-The very, very wealthy, totally white and primarily residential area north of Watchung Avenue. Known as the home of private high schools like Lacordaire Academy and Montclair Kimberley Academy, both used by Upper Montclair residents and residents from towns to the west. Upper Montclair is very middle-aged white and teenagery and totally boring and quaint. The main business strip is Valley Road, seconded by Watchung Avenue. People from Downtown Montclair view it as the epitome of the rich white people who they think they aren't, even though Upper Montclair people do happen to be sheltered, obnoxious, and when not old money, act like they're old money. Montclair is, finally, known for the attitude of thinking itself diverse (by the white people) but being, in actuality, totally segregated, even among the black people. The wealthier blacks live towards West Orange while the poorest towards Glenfield Park. It's an ideal example of the hypocritical secret racism by white liberals on a smaller scale, as opposed to the occurence in NYC, which is on too large a scale to thoroughly socially examine.
We're going to go to that great Indian restaurant on Montclair. Man, I need to go buy some crack by Glenfield Park in Montclair.
Montclair california,a place full of skin heads,fat tweekers,wanna-be gangsters,dime bag dealers,and all around idiots.typical montclair residents consist of degenerate douchebags who enjoy the manipulation of rich relatives in order to satisfy the common obsession of buttfucking. at social gatherings many Montclair-ians enjoy the rousing game of penisy-musical-chairs.
Example 1 John: Can i trade my food stamps for a 10 sack? Fred:Sure just let me finish up whoring out my 14 year old daughter. Example 2 Jane: hey can i come over to your house in montclair and buy a dub for $5 and stay on your couch for a week? Rob: sure why not, you should eat all my food and bring criminals over to my house while you're at it.
Songs about Montclair:
Dog Days of July (feat. Eric Bazilian, Niklas Strömstedt & Harmony Montclair) by The Man Band from the Album Dog Days of July (feat. Eric Bazilian, Niklas Strömstedt & Harmony Montclair)
Gavot Medley: La Royal Loverie Gavot / Air By Montclair / La Nouvella Angloise by The Fifes and Drums of Colonial Williamsburg from the Album Marching Out of Time
Montclair by Boatclub from the Album Boatclub
Montclair by The Jazz Orgy from the Album The Jazz Orgy
Montclair by Don Braden from the Album Brighter Days
Montclair by Error 404 from the Album File Not Found
Montclair by Whiskey Project from the Album Angel's Share
Books about Montclair:
Taste of Fear: A John Montclair Mystery Thriller (Mystery and Suspense - Hard Boiled Detective Series of Crime... by Jadran Hawke (Jun 30, 2014)
Montclair Brothers, Books 1-3 by Terri Marie (Aug 4, 2014)
Make it Rain (The Montclair Brothers Book 1) by Terri Marie (Dec 25, 2013)
Montclair (Images of America: New Jersey) by Elizabeth Shepard and Royal F. Shepard Jr. (Oct 8, 2003)
A Montclair Homecoming (Brides of Montclair, Book 15) by Jane Peart (Apr 9, 2000)
Taste of Justice: A John Montclair Mystery Thriller (Mystery and Suspense - Hard Boiled Detective Series of Crime... by Jadran Hawke (Oct 4, 2014)
Through the Storm (The Montclair Brothers Book 2) by Terri Marie (Jan 31, 2014)
Movies about Montclair:
Hot Times At Montclair High 2002 R - Runtime: 1 hr 24 mins Starring: Ross Hamilton, Kim Valentine, et al. Directed by: Jose Altonaga
Return to Montclair High 1991 R - Runtime: 1 hr 24 mins
THE PASCACK VALLEY LINE & THE MONTCLAIR LINE AND HOBOKEN FESTIVAL 1990 - Runtime: 2 hrs
Wiki information Montclair:
Montclair State University is a public university located in the Upper Montclair section of Montclair, the Great Notch area of Little Falls, and Clifton, in the U.S. state of New Jersey. As of October 2011, there were 18,498 total enrolled students:...
Montclair is a suburban township in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the township's population was 37,669, reflecting a decline of 1,308 from the 38,977 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn...