zettsscores40 wrote: itzjulz wrote:
safari wrote:So...do Michigan students take many spontaneous trips to Canada? I was reading on the MI Sec'y of State page that Michigan has an "enhanced" driver's license for passport-less land crossings into Canada...
The only people that really take trips to Canada are undergrads under the age of 21 (Windsor has a lot of bars and a drinking age of 19). Though, I guess you could take a trip to Toronto or even Niagara Falls or something if you really wanted to.
TITCR. Also, correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't believe you are taxed by Caesar's Casino in Windsor on your winnings if you're an American citizen.
you are only taxed by the detroit casinos on your winnings if you self-report or you get a W-2G for a win in a single play (one blackjack hand or whatever) over 500.
on edit: if any non-jackass 1Ls (or upperclassmen) want to get a weekly poker (NLHE) going for um.... monopoly money, so as to comply with state law... PM me.