On Wed, 15 Nov 2023 22:01:11 -0800 (PST)
Eric lin <liner...@gmail.com
> On Tuesday, 11 July 2023 at 02:17:45 UTC+5, Pluted Pup wrote:
> > On Sun, 11 Jun 2023 15:08:31 -0700, Roger House wrote:
> > > I would make a federal law that makes it illegal for a restaurant food item to cost more through a restaurant delivery service, than it does from the restaurant itself. In other words, using a fake example, if a medium ham sub sandwich with mayo, lettuce, and tomato from Sub World U.S.A., costs $6.00 from Sub World U.S.A., it could *NOT* cost *ANY* more than that from the restaurant delivery service when comes to the before tax and before delivery charge "actual item price", for lack of a better way of saying that. As for the delivery service's "We have to make it worth our while to do this service" type of comment that they might say, I thought that that was what a delivery charge was for.
> > Makes sense, I'm in favor of disclosure, and
> > not secretive price schemes or *gotcha* fees.
> > > Christmas joke: Q.) How come you never see any nativity scenes in Washington, D.C.?
> > > A.) Because they can't find 3 wise men.
> > Because the 3 wise men would be arrested at the DC border.
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