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Do you have any New York City tips for getting free food, shelter, or other low budget strategies? Let's discuss and share insights that would be helpful to anyone if they had to live with no money in NYC for a few months. What would you do if you were transported to NYC right now and had no money, food, or shelter. What would you do? Creative answers only.
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>>2665946
Would you suggest it for a young white guy? That could be useful to do that paperwork if you can at least just stop by for the free meals. I've heard the NYC shelters are rough places. Might be safer to camp outdoors until I can get one of the cheap hostels that are like $20 /night.
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>>2666208
I think you should reconsider your plan all together. You will likely be robbed sleeping in either a shelter or a park.
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>>2665233
>just shoplift because it’s a democrat city and nobody gives a fuck
I thought that only applies for black and brown people shoplifting
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>>2664920
Free? haha, I'd like to see you find a free bathroom.

If you are that broke, maybe stay home?
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>>2666669
I could find one on almost every street, peabrain!

zero idea why anyone would dedicate time and money to visiting germany unless they're into the berlin hip culture
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>>2665833
Why in the name of all that is holy do people type "cunt" instead of "country"
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>>2666718
its a meme from boards like /int/ etc, and is used when people want to discuss random shit but dont want to get banned
>"does this happen in your cunt"
>posts an interracial couple
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>>2665833
i am getting strong east german vibes from this.
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>>2665154
Good selection of bible study available in pretty much every big city
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>>2666718
Because you're on 4channel anon. . .
>>2666745
Yes, it's a group of people I know in Halle. I didn't get get quit the same vibe when I passed through Cologne and the other parts of West Germany, though I didn't interact with the locals much.

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Does anybody feel like going to a grocery store of a country you're visiting is one of the best cultural experiences and highlight of the trip? Y'know trying their local delicacies and snacks and such.
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>>2665889
japan's greatest gift to the world is Daiso
it's utterly incredible. a colourful wonderland of cheap junk that you never knew you wanted
i can go in there specifically to buy one thing and come out with a sack of stuff that i will almost certainly never use
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yeah I can go into a japanese grocery store and immediately feel depressed when returning to canada.
>wow, everything is so cheap
>wow, they have alcohol (to be fair even the US has this figured out
>wow, decent quality premade meals for cheap
>wow, all the produce and meat and fish is high quality
>wow everything is clean and fully stocked and the clerk actually helps you
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Food of the Gods.

You arrive in some backstreet in Bangkok after a long haul flight. You wander into a packed 7-Eleven, grab a big water and a couple of these babies. You retreat to your room and savour the first sweet, squishy bite. The good times have begun...
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>>2666734
>processed goyslop
>food of the gods
mate, you've had a corpotrain run through your brain.
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>>2665171
>visiting UK, go to knightsbridge to scope out supercars
>check out supermarket expecting LA levels of absurd $50 salads
>rotten fruit, half the place is liquor, good section dedicated to bread, barely any snacks or prepped meals
>guy outside with a free palestine flag
>coked out backpackers loitering around the bread aisle

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So, basically, I got an invitation to live/work in Japan. I work in software engineering. I'm not a fanatic about Japan, but I think it could be a great experience in my life.

white male, 32yo

I speak some Japanese, and I can understand most conversations. However, I have some doubts about what to expect regarding day-to-day life. I'm taking a small preparatory course about the customs, but most of the content is related to work place or work related manners.

I'm going to live in a place around a big city.

I would like to know what the nightlife is like, the day-to-day life, and what I can really expect from my coworkers. What do people usually do on weekends? How is the dating scene, and how should I really behave on a first date?

Most of the info videos on this topic lack of useful information; some are overly positive, while others are just blackpilled. If anyone knows of a more realistic source about what to expect when living in Japan, I would appreciate it.
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>>2655095
This
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>>2665887
is this not just some indian food or culture event?the only place i have seen indians was at the cash register. seems like ragebait desu
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>>2665826
Who is he? Does he have a youtube channel?
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>>2666106
This place is basically just /pol/ sometimes, /pol/chuds seethe at the sight of Indians being better than them.
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>>2665846
im saying they're abnormal compared to white people in general, you thirdie nigger. learn english. monogamy, or at least the illusion of it is normal in white countries.

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recency bias, but i can't stop thinking about this balık dürüm i had in Istanbul last month. I could see the little storefront from my hotel window and there was a line out the door day and night. amazing fish wrap with fresh veg and pickled peppers. i want to doublefist 2 right now.
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>>2666204
This crispy pork belly bahn mi I had in Canada. Holy fuck it was good.
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>>2666374
I used to live on the Persian gulf and excellent shawarma was abundant. I’ve found two places in the U.K. that do good shawarma (not as good as gulf product but scratches the itch). One of them is this dodgy AF place a short walk from Stratford station in London. Looks like a front for drug dealers. There’s also bizarrely a decent one in that depressing shopping centre in Kent. That’s it.

>>2666548
That’s basically a lemonade shandy - take a bottle of generic lager and mix 50:50 with lemonade (the euro version, kinda like sprite). The French insist on calling it a cocktail “panache”. No need to import it anon just make it at home. Excellent on a hot day with a light lunch
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>>2666204
the butter chicken and naan from BEER HUT on soi buakhao, pattaya

perfect in every way that the dish and side can be
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>>2666724
Sounds good anon
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>>2666204
Ayran. Especially Turkish Ayran.
I enjoyed having it for breakfast while I was in the Balkans.

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You can make it here. Schools are all privately owned, you don't even need a tefl, just bullshit a resume and dress nice. Felon? Failure? It doesn't matter, you can start fresh here.
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>>2649682
I’m the same. Don’t get me wrong, it’s interesting. Being in chaotic, poor places is fun. But it’s not even cheaper than Chiang Mai which is just better. Properly maintained roads deep in the jungle with delicious meals for $1.50 and plenty of smiles over vs a run down dust bowl where most people have no running water and far less to see
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>>2664918
It sounds like I really need to go live in Cambodia. Being around poor miserable people makes me feel better about my own shitty life. I wish I was joking.
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>>2665138
Based
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>>2645983
Oh nice. Might actually travel to Cambodia then.
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>>2666130
kys yourself

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I'm looking to spend this coming winter overseas, just chilling and doing some minor sightseeing while have as low cost of living as possible. I've narrowed down the options to Spain in Thailand. Which one would be better overall? Thailand seems cheaper and has the possibility of extending the stay without a visa. Spain is a first world country, bu it would be colder. The main factor is cost though. I want to live as cheaply as possible.
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>>2666438
>i can’t decide between some arbitrary location and the location where I thinly try to voice a desire about sightseeing and “chilling” but in actuality I’ve already decided I’m going to to where I can get my 5 inch pecker played with for a price

These low effort threads are so easy to discern
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>>2666686
I'm actually a DN, never been overseas, want to give "slowmading" a shot. It's TECHNICALLY not traveling so I tried to be a little vague in the OP.
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>>2666438
>Spain is a first world country
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>>2666716
Fuck you dude
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>>2666725
its like 1.5 world

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I'm FORCED to work as an overnight security guard for two years at a time before I can go overseas for my six months sabbaticals. How do I deal with the misery of being back in my home country?

Before you grumble, this IS LITERALLY THE ONLY WAY I can do this, NOTHING ELSE is possible. DON'T tell me to do something else. This is my life.
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>>2663605
Without the appropriate photographics included with this post I have no frame of reference to make a judgement on the text.
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>>2663891
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>>2664095
lol ai has gone too far
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>>2664143
They’re not people, they’re violent and dangerous apes. Most are suffering some degree of PTSD from living in poverty and having to live around other blacks. If you lived around black people you would understand why they very frequently end up shooting eachother
>>2664217
This. There’s no way you will like when after you live around them and regularly encounter them. They kill eachother everyday over nothing. You’re rolling the dice everytime
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>>2664262
>they're apes
Fair enough, but Southeast Asians are monkeys, so you're essentially trading one primate for another.
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>>2663605
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8uhcRK1QKU

I'm planning to relocate from Bongistan to Germany in the next couple of years, but I'm struggling to pick a city. Why? Because the national autism culture of ze Germans is very comfortable and welcoming to me, the quality of food and life in general seems better, and the UK needs to be nuked off the face of the earth.

My situation:

>already have remote job with German employer who can provide my visa
>speak fluent German
>64k GBP salary (but I will get paid in yuro should I move)
>50k in savings
>don't want to live in a region with a visible neo nazi problem
>also don't want to get bent over and assfucked for rent

The cities I like the most from previous travel are Cologne, Dresden and Leipzig, Berlin is okay and I have some friends there but I hear the rent market is nightmarish. What's a humble teutaboo to do?

Also, do people buy houses in Germany? I hear it's a rent culture, but I really need to invest some of that 50k somewhere and I'm absolutely not buying property on this shithole island.
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>>2651230
>muh neo nazis
you faggots will be the first to hang
seig heil
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>>2651230
Look at the surrounding cities of the larger ones you are interested in, as there the prices for rent/property can be lower.
>Also, do people buy houses in Germany?
Rarely. It is expensive both in materials, contractors abs taxes.
And 50k won't take you far in that regard.
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>>2651230
>Cologne, Dresden and Leipzig, Berlin
all four of them are absolutely full. fuck off. stay in your non-european shithole.
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>>2663626
>implying Cologne and Berlin are still european
Anon, I...
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>>2662332
do you like the song L'Amour Toujours perchance?

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Questions That Don't Deserve Their Own Thread
>also known as /sqt/ (Stupid Questions Thread)

For your quick one-off questions that pertain to travel.

If your question is long or convoluted, it might deserve its own thread.

If your question is specific to a popular destination, ask in a relevant thread/general instead.

Previous thread: >>2600606
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Why are there almost no electric sockets to be found at airports
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>>2666001
I guess Salamanca will be full of new students...
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Does anyone have any tips on how to overcome indecisiveness regarding traveling?
I like going out on solo trips but I somehow manage to obsessively fuzz over destinations and minor details to the point that I sometimes just sit at home during my vacation instead.
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>>2664486
I saw Opeth of all bands playing there years ago. Played black water park in its entirety and a bunch of other stuff from their back catalogue. Was beyond based. As well as prog metal they do ballet and opera and so on. You’ll be fine anon
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I mean this in full seriousness because my life is uneventful and aimless; if I were to travel to, let's say Germany, hide my passport and walk into immigration pretending to be a refugee will they give me a visa? I'm white as a sheep and speak perfect English so idk if they'll believe me.

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Is there any majority least half decent cities in the US I can visit where I don't need a car to get around? What I mean by half decent is not smelling like piss, very little migrants, and sparse homeless loitering around.
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>>2666573
i'm an extreme transit advocate cager hating faggot and I know that's a lie, I've lived places with only bus service. BRT can be fine like in ABQ, otherwise the frequencies, schedules, inconsistencies (stuck in traffic mostly) are unbearable and commuting is a huge chore, where I lived it was faster to take my escooter over 18km than to take the bus.
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>>2666274
>guess I could just go there for a quick phillycheese steak
Nevermind don't come
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>>2666577
I would use my ebike for pretty much any day that the weather was fine. What I mean was you can use them in combination to overcome some issues such as rain, snow, +100F, if getting to work not looking like shit was important
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>>2666163
Pick a college town you like
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>>2666573
>Bike+bus is just as good as a car unless you're fat.
havent heard of this combo but sounds based

Whats the deal with it? Has anyone visited the Led Zeppelin Cabin?

Thinking about a trip from USA. I heard the town SEETHES at Americans trying to find this cabin.
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>>2665867
>Is Wales worthwhile to visit anyways?
Sure if you are touring the UK or something then it is alright to spend a night in and drive through. North Wales (minus the coast which is shit) is heavily Welsh speaking and you will get some shirty treatment sometimes. It is very beautiful though. Especially snowdonia or Breccon.
>Are the hostels safe?
Yeah
>Is it possible to trek over to the cabin?
Dunno but i imagine. Everywhere in wales is trekable.
>Would law enforcement shoot at me or would it be just an instance of 'please go home'
We don't give coppers guns here. They are bearucrats with shiny high vis jackets
>How are the pubs out there?
No place on earth is better for pubs than the UK and Ireland. Wales has some great ones. Always ask locals. Always order beer from nearby.

Basically just be a bit less like a stereotype of an Americana and you will be fine. We think you guys are outrageously loud and you treat us like museum exhibits such as asking us if we ever met the queen. If you are not like that then worry not my friend.
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>>2665801
>I heard the town SEETHES at Americans trying to find this cabin.
Never heard of that but I hope it’s true fuck tourists
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>>2665867
>Are the hostels safe?
Pretty much all of Europe is safe save London, Paris, Stockholm and maybe Berlin. Even there though you're unlikely to run into any real issues outside of actually feeling a bit on edge.

>I heard the town SEETHES at Americans trying to find this cabin.
Yes and no, its less seething more just rolling their eyes
A good comparison might be telling someone you're an anime fan and they reply with
>Oh! Like pokemon?
It's more annoying seeing something so broad being boiled down to 1 very basic thing that 99% of people don't give a fuck about.
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>>2665801
If I went to Wales it wouldn't be to find a dumb ass cabin, rather to learn some Welsh
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>>2665801
Never been to that building

Wales is confy anon. Snowdonia (now called Eryri) and the Brecon Beacons are scenic mountain regions if you like them. Pembrokeshire has nice coastal areas. South wales cities and towns are still reeling from deindustrialisation and aren’t worth visiting except for disaster tourism.

Welsh can be prickly with Anglo tourists, but if you’re not the stereotypical loud ignorant yank you won’t have any problems. Learn a few words of the language and you’ll get a gold star

Has anyone traveled to Kurdistan?
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>>2666243
Elaborate please
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>>2666248
When I deployed with the U.S Army in 2011 I went to Kurdistan
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>>2666254
How was it, did you interact with YPG chuds?
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>>2666242
I traveled to Diyarbakır in Türkiye 5 years ago, does that count? Many Kurds live there.
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>>2666275
Nah I mean like area controlled by the SDF

Any DN or techie fags that can give me some tips for gps spoofing?

My work (sales) reports thru an app (GoSpotCheck) for check-ins. I'm supposed to physically see X number of accounts in person per day and "checking in" on the app when I'm there.

For years I've been doing 50% of these faggy check ins from home or hundreds of miles away on unauthorized vacations-- well, they finally noticed the average disparity of hundreds of miles apart from my physical location and where I pretend to be.

Went into dev settings on my android to install a mock GPS spoof, but it doesn't seem to fool the app as it keeps reverting to my actual location.

Apologize if this is the wrong forum, casual lurker who just doesn't wanna be a cucked wageslave.

Looking for answers from the tech bros who find workarounds-- im not a boomer retard or terminally online zoomer, just a reasonably competent fag looking to exploit my employer to the fullest bc I'm an American retard and would rather kms than work 50 weeks per year
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>>>/g/
>Looking for answers from the tech bros who find workarounds
Most people in tech at best simply need a US address+PC that's around it. Picrel works well for that since they draw no power and can sit in a closet for years.

Also

> I'm supposed to physically see X number of accounts in person per day and "checking in" on the app when I'm there.
>well, they finally noticed the average disparity of hundreds of miles apart from my physical location and where I pretend to be.
>NOOO I HAVE A TRAVEL JOB THAT REQUIRES ME TO TRAVEL BUT I DON'T WANNA REEEEEE
You know how many people would kill for a job even just driving them around NM while getitng paid to simply check up on 1-2 boomers who want to see them in person. Oh poor you, not getting 56c mile or whatever+probably stipend for food.... the horror
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>>2666472
I hope he really does because otherwise satellites go offline and then your internet dies off for years while china attacks, who by the way has 2000 soldiers for each family member you got, theyll rape and kill your family then eat the dog.

Also if you did have sex youd know after sex she is pregnant and then you need a job, guess what happens then.... you wish you were a techie flipping burgers in mcdonalds with a house loan to pay while shes putting 3000 dollars of your money to her nails while you still got debt and your kid needs dental work.
I hope you get the techless medieval times you deserve. Just complete low iq niggerism and overpopulation for decades.
We got 8 billion people, we are going towards 9 billion people, that means we only fucked and had sex trillion fucking times to collapse ecosystem in the long run.

That also means you will never retire. Your social security is dead. Actually you should be sucking this persons dick non-stop for not letting all the societal functions die out. He wants sex? Give your wife.
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>>2666443
Phones are constantly in communication with satellites and cell towers, which ultimately have a location attached to them. I'm not an expert on phones, but I'd say try to use a laptop, VPN'd into a desktop at your work (or wherever you need to be), running Bluestacks (or whatever Android emulator) and with the app on that.
If you have to use your phone, good luck, you'll likely brick it honestly.
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OP here honestly I'm enjoying the wide range of replies

Update: Since this app was made by retards, I've figured out the app is catching my real location by wifi and wifi scanning-- if I disconnect wifi and disable wifi scanning, that seems to do the trick.

If it doesn't work, plausible denial until termination, then off myself after a hedonistic bender of trans prozzies, fetanyl, and other forms of self care.

If anyone has any other advice or stories for faking your jobs abroad I'd love to hear more.
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No advice for faking it but I do suggest never working for people who think they can control where you live, even if it means a pay cut.

The biggest luxury is freedom from worry.

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For a long time, Vegas was known as the place where poor people could roleplay being rich, as rooms and food were affordable for so long.
These days, it feels very different. Everything that shouldn't cost money, does. And everything that costs money costs A LOT. The word 'complimentary' doesn't even exist there.
Everyone is trying to get into your wallet. Even just walking down the strip, you get harassed by beggars, photo whores, ticket sellers, Asian "gifts".

I went a few months ago to check out the sphere.
>show was at night
>gotta kill time during the day
>every little "museum" exhibit on the strip is $50 and lasts <1 hour
>every place that sells food is at least 2x normal price
>spend all day walking the strip, sightseeing
>finally time for the show
>go into Venetian, as there is a bridge to the sphere
>convention going on, so bridge is closed
>they tell everyone to walk down the back sidewalk
>10,000 people walking both ways to the sphere, on a tiny sidewalk, spilling into the road

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>>2665480
Poker and sports betting are the only forms of gambling you can actually win long term
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>>2666339
Poker is not gambling, it's a game of skill
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>>2666348
Anything with an element of chance when the house takes a percentage is gambling
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Overpriced
Crowded
Degenerate
Only the worst types of people like Vegas
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>>2666504
fuck that fucking city
some street nigger robbed cash and valuables from my truck soon as I walked away from it
worse than Hispanic Third World shitholes, but with sky-high prices and assholes everywhere
i'd rather be anywhere else, even bumfuck Kansas


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