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  • Contrarian
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    Re: Are these prices average?

    Originally posted by IndustrialPokie
    Island Buffet

    Brunch, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., $8.95 Mon.-Fri.
    Dinner, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., $12.95
    Wed. Seafood dinner buffet, $14.95.

    Sat. and Sun., Champagne brunch, 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. $11.95.
    I dunno... looks like it's on the low-end to me. $15 for a seafood dinner buffet?

    Salmoenella Chunk Pie on the house (and the floor, and in the taxi, and in the toilet).

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  • astcell
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    Originally posted by blackwave
    no they are already banned.
    I guess DC 12 will be in Salt Lake City!

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  • blackwave
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    Originally posted by astcell
    That'll just leave the hookers.
    no they are already banned.

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  • astcell
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    Originally posted by Contrarian

    Next they are going to ban gambling.
    That'll just leave the hookers.

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  • Contrarian
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    Originally posted by hackajar
    They also added a 75% increase in booze tax, so bring extra cash if you plan to get sloshed
    WOW! I am surprised that the casino's didn't fight that one to the death. I mean... talk about fucking over their major source of state income (i.e. gaming).

    Next they are going to ban gambling.

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  • octalpus
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    Originally posted by hackajar
    They also added a 75% increase in booze tax, so bring extra cash if you plan to get sloshed
    And this is why I buy my booze at the base... :-)

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  • Gadsden
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    Originally posted by hackajar

    They also added a 75% increase in booze tax, so bring extra cash if you plan to get sloshed
    Now THAT is a kick in the nutsack!
    To the folks whom I told I would by them a round: you DO like Natural Light or Old Milauwakee, right? :p

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  • hackajar
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    Cig's price guide in Las Vegas:

    Strip - $5.50 - 6.75

    7-11 (complete with slot machines) - $3.22+

    Quick-e-marts - $3.75+

    Today's carton average was ~ $23.99+ tax

    Please note: We have the most "bay" senate here in Nevada, they took 162 days PAST deadline to get a state budget balanced, and as of today (07-22-03) there is a .45 per pack tax added to all Cig's, so above numbers will be adjusted by time DC rolls into town (so much for no state tax)

    They also added a 75% increase in booze tax, so bring extra cash if you plan to get sloshed

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  • urban
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    Hey! Nice avatar. Wonder where you got it?

    Yeah, that's right, punk. Yer nabbed. Up against the wall wit' you.

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  • alklloyd
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    Originally posted by pezz
    Just curious as to how much Marlboros or Winstons will cost?

    They are 3 dollars a pack here, 28 dollars for a carton...
    I don't think Nevada has a state tax. You'd be better off bringing a supply.

    Al

    Concerned smoker

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  • pezz
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    Just curious as to how much Marlboros or Winstons will cost?

    They are 3 dollars a pack here, 28 dollars for a carton...

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  • russ
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    Originally posted by astcell
    No kidding. They base their prices on the airport food prices.
    And then mark them up about 15%.

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  • astcell
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    Originally posted by KTwo
    AP home of the $3 soda!
    No kidding. They base their prices on the airport food prices.

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  • KTwo
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    AP home of the $3 soda!

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  • IndustrialPokie
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    You just wait til we get to Def Con... :p

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