Twice, I've gotten spolied merchandise ( bread and an egg-biscuit combo) on 2 seperate occasions. They routinely charge pin fees on ""credit"" transactions which differ in amount depending on who's cashiering. (Legal? I'll find out from the Texas AG,) I know some people think rank eye-watering incense and music so loud you can't hear the cashier, (and being able to buy liquor after-hours if you flip the cashier a $20) is uber-cool but this is suppose to be a convenience store which operates by health codes, etc. Save the partying for your ooh-so-cool crash pad, and go here only if you have no other options or are too drunk to notice the rip-off theme of the joint.