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Wallet Test: Most Honest/Dishonest Major Cities
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@Puckman- Parlay is talking about the Ironbound section of Newark, one my favorite places in NJ as well as my favorite place to daygame but there plenty of options for night time game as well Big Grin. I go down there every few weeks. Based on what Parlay wrote about the strip joint, I'm going to have to guess Emigrante, a place previously known for it's Brazilian dancers. Am I right, Parlay?
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In the DR, not only would they take your wallet, but still come up and ask you for money.
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(09-27-2013 07:00 AM)Aliblahba Wrote:  In the DR, not only would they take your wallet, but still come up and ask you for money.

true, I had this happen to me a few times when I was there, and not even in the Barrios! The cheeky one's would ask for 100 pesos so they can get the big presidente beer at the colmado hehehe
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(09-27-2013 06:24 AM)Alpha Hunter Zero Wrote:  @Puckman- Parlay is talking about the Ironbound section of Newark, one my favorite places in NJ as well as my favorite place to daygame but there plenty of options for night time game as well Big Grin. I go down there every few weeks. Based on what Parlay wrote about the strip joint, I'm going to have to guess Emigrante, a place previously known for it's Brazilian dancers. Am I right, Parlay?

Dude I was stumbling through Newark with a drunk Mexican wingman. Do you really think I remember the name of the place? Laugh

You're probably right. How many Brazilian strip joints can there be in Newark? I'm sure that place got an unexpected boost of clientele since your post.

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(09-26-2013 03:24 PM)Sombro Wrote:  Interesting, if broad over-generalization. 12 is still too small a sample size for cities with millions, but you'd probably get similar results from larger samples.

Agreed. This is interesting anecdotally but irrelevant statistically.

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^^^ true, but i restate my theory that returning $50 bucks in Mumbai would be a lot hoarder to do than in Helsinki, and they did it anyway
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(09-26-2013 03:24 PM)Sombro Wrote:  Interesting, if broad over-generalization. 12 is still too small a sample size for cities with millions, but you'd probably get similar results from larger samples.

Yup. Before opening this thread, I thought, "Their sample size is probably tiny," and sure enough, it was. In other words, their data is absolutely useless and statistically insignificant. But it makes for a good story that will be shared.

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