Monday, April 4

Vegas

I don’t have the time to be writing this, but I had to post something.

I spent most of my time seeing the sights at the casinos. They all have really interesting architecture, and many have free shows. Like the gymnast/air show at the Tropicana, the water at the Bellagio, the volcano erupting at the Mirage, the pirate show at Treasure Island, the lions at MGM, the entire length of Freemont St., and so on. Lots of the shows you pay for are very expensive, some around $300 for cheap seats.

I did go to the top of the Stratosphere and ride some rides, and also went to the tournament at Excalibur (similar to Medieval Times).

With all this I didn’t have much time to actually play at the casino’s, but I did squeak in about two hours of craps and came out ahead about $80. Pretty good for staying near the $3 minimum.
That was pretty fast, any questions just ask.

6 Comments:

At 6:42 PM, Blogger Pabstman said...

I am thinking of taking a trip out there when I turn 21. I will have to see what I have on my plate at the time

 
At 12:22 AM, Blogger Maddog said...

It was fun, but can get expensive, even doing what I did (bus/taxi fair, food, hotel, drinks very expensive most places, souvenirs, etc.)

 
At 2:23 PM, Blogger grey said...

I haven't seen you for a while. We're going to have to go out when this semester is over...

 
At 5:51 PM, Blogger Maddog said...

Why not this weekend? I think Scott and I are hitting the Keg on Saturday.

 
At 7:04 AM, Blogger grey said...

ugh, I dunno, maybe. I've got a lot to get done yet and I've put myself on every restriction you can think of so I will get it done.

 
At 8:04 AM, Blogger Maddog said...

Come on, your in to psychology and empirical science. Scientific determinism asserts that if all actions are caused, and if human choice is an action, then human choice must be caused, therefore, if caused, humans do not have freedom of choice. Freedom being defined as the ability to choose other then how you in fact did choose.

So come out to the bar, you’re not really responsible for your actions.

 

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