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Easy there, buddy. I'm sure I'll use it. You kidding? I'm a single blind guy who already uses delivery probably too often. I just want to understand how it actually works.
The article and the website make it sound like you're just paying an additional delivery fee of $4 or whatever it ends up being for the particular restaurant or store you choose, but that's not actually the case; you're paying that plus whatever premium they've added to each item -- at least for the featured restaurants
I'm curious if you pay normal prices for restaurants not on the list or places like Subway where they don't have an online menu.
It looks like they've jacked up the typical menu prices by $2 or so in addition to the delivery fee. Is that legal that they don't tell you as much? I particularly noticed this at Carl's and Eureka since I'm familiar with their menus. Do they have some sort of arrangement with these restaurants that the place gets to charge a couple bucks more and keep most or all of that? Just curious.
There aren't that many jobs advertised in here.
Eric, I could see that for some drugs that are still illegal, but meth and heroin? Good riddens.
Really hard to pull off an epic movie like that and please everyone.
Make sure you're prepared, though, 169 minutes is a looooong time. But there were definitely a few spots where you could leave and come back and not miss much.
12:19 p.m. Officers investigated a rumor at Steamboat Springs High School.
Either it was one hell of a rumor, or you guys have too much time on your hands, or both. :-)
That about sums up my thoughts. I just didn't care enough about the characters to put up with the whole drama, and part of the twist at the end made me cringe because it was so obvious. So did the boundless optimism. All that said, I still think this is worth seeing.
I was at YVMC for a day and a half plus tib-fib surgery. It came out to a cool $33,000 something. Lucky for me, Medicare paid like $31,000 of that.
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