Enjoy! You like roller coasters in your casino? They got 'em!
Have fun with the not reading.:)
People watching in that one of a kind city is the activity I find most valuable. Take notes. Every time I go there I see things I've never seen before and generally hope never to see again ;
Viva Las Vega!
Thanks. guys. I have yet to stick a quarter in. I'm working on it.
Before you stick a quarter in, covertly find the machine that another person has plugged a lot of money into first. That way you have a better chance of winning something. Don't get caught though, or you'll be escorted out. One of my uncles worked at one of the major hotels in Reno, saying this was the best way to beat the system.But do take notes of all the people you see. Vegas is the meeting place of wierd characters.
UNSTOPPABLE: Friday's Forgotten BooksBill Crider (www.billcrider.blogspot.com) did one among a number of book reviews, James Reasoner (www.jamesreasoner.blogspot.com) assmembled one of sorts out of one Rittster's Orrie Hitt coverage, Juri Nummelin (www.pulpetti.blogspot.com), and he spotted at least one other, were thinking that this was the week to do Forgotten Short Stories (Patti was hoping to have those in April)...and Cullen Gallagher, at least, seems to have one up that isn't quite forgotten (THE RED RIGHT HAND was recently been discussed on the hardboiled/noir crime fiction list Rara-Avis).
Thanks, Todd. My laptop's firewall allowed no usage in the hotel. My comments will begin tomorrow. I was completely amazed and nonplussed.
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