I think it's time for the city and the government to step in. These owners are ripping people off and racking in 5-30 thousand dollars a month. I don't get it. There are more and more opening up.
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Agreed. It really not fair. Penn National had to spend millions in political advertising so they could have exclusive rights to rip off Toledoens.
I would rather gamble there then these cafes. At least there somewhat regulated.
Its not like the patrons are not aware of the odds.
A fool and his money are soon departed. mk123 so are you also in favor of shuttering the proposed Toledo casino or maybe turning off the lights in Vegas? There is no regulation to stop you from hitting on a hard 16 when the dealer is showing a Ace up.
You will never be able to regulate stupidity out of business.
caveat emptor. we already have too much govt. people are free to act as stupidly as they wish with their time and money.
until that article was in the paper, I thot they were actually places you could go and pay to use a computer to surf while you bought their coffee and snacks, lol.
thought the same nana which is sad because 2-3+ of those opened up near where I live.
Good one, Hank.
My opinion is that if the government wanted to help the mere civilians who still reside in Toledo, government could begin my keeping their fat fingers out of private lives and off bank accounts.
INC, and Nana, I'm glad I'm not the only one who thought that 8-)
Im sure once the casino opens they will start shutting them down. I can see Penn National getting the laws changed against these cafes
Gunz1 they pay off in cash. They have to buy phone cards though.
the thing about the phone cards is what I don't understand. the judge said they have the card to use as they wish so they're not really losing anything, but how do the people pay for playing the games? Just by buying the cards? is that what these cafes make their money on, people just buying phone cards? doesn't make sense to me.