Saturday, September 10, 2016

E-211: Peasant Food

Random Vegas
In 1910, after Nevada banned all forms of gambling, any person in the state found guilty of operating any kind of game of chance would be charged as a felon and subject to state prison or 1 to 5 years. (Strictly slots)

Twitpic of the week

Yes it was almost remarkably kitschy and some would argue disturbingly gross but no one can deny that Mermaids, at least on the outside, was so Vegas.  I mean, they went balls deep with that exterior theming.  And if it weren’t for the half naked showgirls forcing you to avoid letting your eyes drift in that direction for fear that it may somehow confirm any remote interest in the place therefore encouraging them to interact with you, it might have actually been a little more successful. Alas, she is no more but thanks to @_Lucky45, she now has a permanent place among our collection.


Vegas Deals
from Vegas Fanboy