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On 5/15/2020 at 10:49 AM, renoskier said:

That doesn't make sense because his "fixed" cost are the same whether he's open or not.

No, what he's saying is that there wouldn't be enough volume to cover his increased variable cost (labor, utilities, food, etc.).

Right now, he's only losing his fixed cost, being "open" without enough business would lead to even larger loses.

This.  He also played a large roll in forcing the Boise shut down...by threatening that he would refuse to close.  In a Machiavellian move to force a shut down to save him money, then laughed to the press about how he manipulated it to get his way.

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Oregon Judge finds that the Order issued by Oregon's Governor exceeds executive authority:  https://news.yahoo.com/judge-tosses-coronavirus-restrictions-oregon-201711786.html .  Should come as no surprise to those with legal understanding and I'd expect to see similar rulings from judges in other states.

 

Decision stayed pending review of Oregon Supreme Court:  https://www.aol.com/oregon-supreme-court-reinstates-governor-114328803.html  

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3 minutes ago, OrediggerPoke said:

Oregon Judge finds that the Order issued by Oregon's Governor exceeds executive authority:  https://news.yahoo.com/judge-tosses-coronavirus-restrictions-oregon-201711786.html

Should come as no surprise to those with legal understanding and I'd expect to see similar rulings from judges in other states.

You're right. Also, you're right in the 2nd part there too, there's going to be a wave of these across the US.

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Just now, Joe from WY said:

You're right. Also, you're right in the 2nd part there too, there's going to be a wave of these across the US.

It is good to see groups out there challenging these orders' constitutionality and the executive branches gone wild in asserting authority that they don't have...even if I don't agree with the viewpoints of all of these groups, we can agree that preserving Constitutional protections and separation of powers is of the utmost importance..

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9 minutes ago, Joe from WY said:

You're right. Also, you're right in the 2nd part there too, there's going to be a wave of these across the US.

I actually would like to see one brought in the State of Wyoming.  While Governor Gordon has generally been more measured than other Governors (although I definitely disagree with the legality of some of the imposed restrictions), the ban on out-of-state residents' use of Wyoming State Parks for the Summer 2020 flies in the face of the Commerce Clause and Dormant Commerce Clause jurisprudence.

And I stand to benefit from the order because I've had trouble accessing some of my favorite spots in various state parks over the years due to Colorado residents.

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 Unofficial Update from Reno, I was watching the morning news,today June 4th, a reporter was at the Nugget Casino in Sparks as the casinos are opening. The General Manager was asked if the Labor Day Rib cook off was still scheduled. he said they are waiting as long as possible until mid June to make the decision, but it's not looking good to hold the event because of social distancing. That's the same time as Wolf Pack football, I get the feeling there will be no fans allowed in the stands as the same social distancing measures may still be in place.:shrug:

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