Are you serious!? You're serious right now. You can't be. Yet somehow you are.
Some of your most recent posts have advocated NOT TIPPING employees who may be making less than minimum wage without tips because your assertion is that the employers would be forced to increase their wages, however, that increase to wages wouldn't result in a permanent increase to costs.
How long would it take for that to happen? You're advocating for instantly slashing the effective earnings of people, who likely live paycheck-to-paycheck in the first place, by 75% or more in some cases! You want to have tens of thousands of families who are not going to be able to make next month's rent because, for whatever reason, you don't appreciate the fact that people who leave tips helps you out as a non-tipper by reducing your costs.
Anyway, I personally harbor no ill will towards you, I just regret the fact that I have to read your posts. I regret the fact that I feel compelled to respond to some of your posts because I cannot allow such outlandishness to potentially go unchallenged.
Finally, I'm not saying that you haven't done any good in your life. I only have your words to go by, here. Based on your other posts, I have read nothing regarding other people aside from harboring negative feelings for them.
Furthermore, I have seen posts where you refer to yourself as, "The best there is," at card counting, or some verbiage to that effect.
Geez, I can't get myself suspended here...I'm an Administrator. Okay, I'm done. I don't want to get into anything approaching talking about you, the person.
The verbiage, tone and opinions of your fellow man that are routinely espoused in your posts, however, are nothing short of contemptible. The arrogance that is espoused in your posts is extraordinary coming from a person who, based on posts, has only a limited set of accomplishments. You're great at video games and are the best card counter in the world who just has the misfortune of having the worst luck of anyone to ever walk the Earth.
Ever hear of Job? I'm not religious. It's still a story, though. God went ahead and allowed Lucifer to specifically gun for Job. Do you think you have worse luck than Job did? Is God behind this? Does God just hate you? Karma, God, same general concept, right?
Once again youre making me out to be the villain and trying to make me feel guilty for not tipping and that im the bad guy because these dealers wont be making next months rent. Youre still not getting it. Im not the villian, neither is anyone who doesnt tip. The real villain is the greedy owners taking advantage of society norms to not pay their workers a fair wage.
Lastly keep the tipping subject in the proper thread. You should know this, youre an admin right? It gets beyond confusing amd is the pure defintion of a hijacked thread
If zk is this angry now - imagine once he goes bust ina. Few weeks. Smh
I want to avoid AC shore traffic and instead take a ride into Eastern PA for some video poker and craps. This would be on Sunday or Saturday late morning / early afternoon. I figured finding a $10 craps table would be no problem but after looking online I don't know if the Sands would have anything lower than $15. Does anyone know the typical weekend daytime craps mins at the Sands? Or, would I have more luck finding what I want up at Mt. Airy? Thanks.
Video poker in PA is really bad, about the same as slots on the Strip.
$10 craps is common at Mohegan Sun in Wilkes-Barre, but there are usually only one or two tables going: one in smoking and one in non-smoking, sometimes three on weekends (two in the smoking section). IDK about Sands and Mt Airy, but Mrs and I have a very strong preference for Sands overall, it "feels" nicer and is less crowded. Not that there aren't a lot of people, but that the place is huge and things are spaced farther apart.
I prefer Sands too because of the size and the fact that you can always go into town or walk over to SteelStacks for a break. But it doesn't seem like a very low roller craps joint. They were at $15 when some of the carnival games were still at $5.