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  • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

    Originally posted by Viejo Dinosaur View Post
    There is a God....
    Ok maybe 18 months lol.

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    • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

      great thread.
      Michael Jordan isn't anywhere near as athletic as lebron James. Jordan wouldn't even be a top 20 athlete in the game right now in his prime. - Cleveland Homer Big Deemer
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      • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

        Costa Rica made Moneywise top 20 'Places You Can Retire With $200k'
        The art of learning is learning who to ignore ~LeAnn Rimes

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        • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

          Many Costa Ricans believe the streets in the U.S. are paved with gold.

          They should visit the inner cities of Chicago or St. Louis or Detroit or Baltimore where the streets are paved with shell casings.

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          • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

            Originally posted by Heim View Post
            Costa Rica made Moneywise top 20 'Places You Can Retire With $200k'
            Fake news lol.

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            • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

              Services are inexpensive here in Costa Rica.

              Haircuts are only 3,000 colones, less than six dollars.

              Goods, on the other hand, are a different story.

              Food prices are comparable to the U.S. while cars, computers and most other big-ticket items are appreciably higher.

              P.S. - A 60-minute massage at Hotel Diana is advertised on the outside of the building for $30.

              I'll defer to WILLY LOMAN and RAYCABINO regarding the price list at The Pirate Club.

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              • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

                Originally posted by John Kelly View Post
                Services are inexpensive here in Costa Rica.

                Haircuts are only 3,000 colones, less than six dollars.

                Goods, on the other hand, are a different story.

                Food prices are comparable to the U.S. while cars, computers and most other big-ticket items are appreciably higher.

                P.S. - A 60-minute massage at Hotel Diana is advertised on the outside of the building for $30.

                I'll defer to WILLY LOMAN and RAYCABINO regarding the price list at The Pirate Club.
                How much is a haircut if you have a full head of hair? Just busting your chops as I have less hair than you.

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                • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

                  Originally posted by Brayden11 View Post
                  How much is a haircut if you have a full head of hair? Just busting your chops as I have less hair than you.

                  Funny but not nice.

                  You'll get only a few Cuban cigars now, not an entire box.


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                  • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

                    Originally posted by John Kelly View Post
                    Services are inexpensive here in Costa Rica.

                    Haircuts are only 3,000 colones, less than six dollars.

                    Goods, on the other hand, are a different story.

                    Food prices are comparable to the U.S. while cars, computers and most other big-ticket items are appreciably higher.

                    P.S. - A 60-minute massage at Hotel Diana is advertised on the outside of the building for $30.

                    I'll defer to WILLY LOMAN and RAYCABINO regarding the price list at The Pirate Club.
                    both massages are with trained professionals....

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                    • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

                      Originally posted by John Kelly View Post
                      Services are inexpensive here in Costa Rica.

                      Haircuts are only 3,000 colones, less than six dollars.

                      Goods, on the other hand, are a different story.

                      Food prices are comparable to the U.S. while cars, computers and most other big-ticket items are appreciably higher.

                      P.S. - A 60-minute massage at Hotel Diana is advertised on the outside of the building for $30.

                      I'll defer to WILLY LOMAN and RAYCABINO regarding the price list at The Pirate Club.
                      Retired from the Pirate Club a good 3 years ago lol. Too bad cause the current owner is 20 times a better guy than the previous one.

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                      • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

                        Originally posted by raycabino View Post
                        Retired from the Pirate Club a good 3 years ago lol. Too bad cause the current owner is 20 times a better guy than the previous one.
                        Thats for sure...

                        But the talent level is way down or maybe I hit the place at the wrong time when I was In CR in Feb....
                        Everyone dies......but not everyone lives.....

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                        • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

                          Originally posted by Viejo Dinosaur View Post
                          Thats for sure...

                          But the talent level is way down or maybe I hit the place at the wrong time when I was In CR in Feb....
                          So you're saying even Scandaliato can score there?
                          The art of learning is learning who to ignore ~LeAnn Rimes

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                          • Re: Business trip to Costa Rica

                            Originally posted by Heim View Post
                            So you're saying even Scandaliato can score there?
                            There is a saying that pertains to all countries....

                            ”No money, no honey”
                            Everyone dies......but not everyone lives.....

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