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Atlantic City, NJ

See ya!

Having edited the AC site for a couple of years (for a while with our old, late friend RJB) I have had enough of the negative and nasty junk, but I have appreciated the regulars who could contributed well. And so, robot, do your thing!  (Sep 16, 2010 | post #1)

Atlantic City, NJ

Speed Trap Website

You've been ranting on the topic here for two years. Get over it. And the personal digs only show that you may be a "grown man" but you are also immature. But, hey, keep it coming---it attracts more forum visitors!  (Sep 15, 2010 | post #12)

Atlantic City, NJ

Speed Trap Website

Okay, spout off as you wish. There are enough others who have constructive things to say, so we can live with a few yahoos who just spread their crap on any fourm wheher it's relative or not.  (Sep 13, 2010 | post #10)

Atlantic City, NJ

Speed Trap Website

Dear spammers: Hope you guys are having fun shilling for the website. Your personal remarks are like those of one of our regulars. Most posters don't take him seriously, either. Regarding the subject of speed traps: So how fast was Bill Burke driving when he got his ticket? Do these speed traps cause you to speed against your will? Are they set up at the end of a drastic lowering of the speed limit (illegal in NJ)? Or do you just like to break the law?  (Sep 9, 2010 | post #8)

Atlantic City, NJ

New Jersey shore bumper sticker disses visitors

Actually, tourism may be "keeping the Jersey SHORE afloat," but the biggest industry in NJ is pharmceuticals. Just about all of the big companies in the field have HQ's, R&D and manufacturing here.  (Sep 9, 2010 | post #7)

Atlantic City, NJ

NJ shore bumper sticker spawns yet another anti-visitor n...

It's a love-hate relationship: we curse the tourists when traffic makes us late for work at the frozen custard stand where we make our money from... the tourists!  (Sep 8, 2010 | post #2)

Atlantic City, NJ

Speed Trap Website

The Judge Broome towns he's talking about ARE in the greater AC area, but that's about the only redeeming quality of the post.  (Sep 8, 2010 | post #6)

Atlantic City, NJ

Speed Trap Website

You made your personal-agenda point on the Atlantic City forum---not some other towns--- and not in relation to any published story. My remarks were correct.  (Sep 5, 2010 | post #4)

Atlantic City, NJ

Speed Trap Website

It's Broome, goons, & they're out there. The judge should throw the book at you---the dictionary.  (Sep 4, 2010 | post #2)

Atlantic City, NJ

Neptune's Tyrone Luckey wins professional debut

Of course, you're his PR guy, or so it seems with your fake post.  (Sep 4, 2010 | post #2)

Atlantic City, NJ

10 Things to do for Labor Day in Atlantic City

Your spam is noted, but your assessment of AC beaches in incorrect. The rest of your listings are available to anyone, anywhere. Good luck with selling your advertising.  (Sep 3, 2010 | post #2)

Atlantic City, NJ

Rumor has it Atlantic City slots are tight.

You had a visual, if anecdotal, representation of: Total revenues (not just gambling take) are not off as much as the gaming figures. People are gambling less, but making up for it to some extent by buying meals, t-shirts, show tix, etc. It's painful right now, but it's a good thing in the long term to not have all of your eggs in one basket.  (Aug 6, 2010 | post #434)

Atlantic City, NJ

Rumor has it Atlantic City slots are tight.

This tightening of slots (and cutbacks in comps) has been going on for a few years, and apparently at all or nearly all of the casinos. We cannot tell the exact effect of this policy on business due to the recession and the neighboring state casinos. But, with all of the stats available from years of good and poor business, it is naive to think that the bean counters are not aware of the effect. It is more likely---in fact, even publicly known---that this policy is part of a larger strategy to shift the business model to one that(1)embraces the long-stay market that seeks an overall experience and does not even think about payout percentages and (2) continues to comp and cater to major players who don't go near the slots.  (Aug 5, 2010 | post #432)

Atlantic City, NJ

Rumor has it Atlantic City slots are tight.

This topic is 2 years old. Find a newer one or start your own (under Atlantic City).  (Aug 4, 2010 | post #428)

Atlantic City, NJ

Discrimination against Disabled by Atlantic City Casinos

You may gotten someone's attention here, but unless you are really lucky, it will not be someone with the power or resourses to help you. As you must know, Federal laws cover such things (and possibly state laws and casino rules). You should be reaching out to the Federal ADA folks.  (Aug 2, 2010 | post #2)