For those who may have questioned Taco Bell’s decision to open its first boozy Cantina restaurant in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood, the location for the fast food chain’s next Cantina outpost – its third – makes a bit more sense: the Las Vegas strip. [More]
At any given moment, the Las Vegas Strip is strewn with gown-wearing brides and unshaven grooms with befuddled, what-have-I-done looks on their faces. But tough economic times have brought the population of these leap-before-you-lookers down to its lowest level since 1993.
Anonymous Math Geek sent us this ad for the Stratosphere, a Las Vegas casino. The wizards are using tricky geometry to convince you that the casino gives you more bang for your Benjamin. AMG writes:
Reader Kelly wants to know if she should risk renting a vacation house that is in foreclosure.
The halcyon days of jumping into your rusty Impala with your teenage bride and driving off to Vegas to get married by Black Elvis at dawn in Vegas are soon to be forever gone.
• Are asking questions a copout from doing hardcore blogging? [The Consumerist]
s cheaper to leave and come back on weekdays, but that is impossible with work. What gives? My friends have told me to check it everyday and it should go down. Does the price really fluctuate this much? I hope you can help, or point me in the right direction.