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Discussion in 'General Craps Discussion' started by Craps Poopshoot, Sep 14, 2020.
Wow never would have thought real estate would boom in Vegas during pandemic
Not sure, but am thinking western inland states are growing w/ people from West Coast, Texas, etc., moving to get away from natural disasters hitting them.
Not just LV. Missoula, MT, where I'm from (ever heard of it?) selling one-bedroom shacks for almost 350K, and that's the median! My sister & bil sold their property in north central MT. They now live at their snowbird home in Wickenberg, AZ because they can't find a summer place in/near Helena, MT, a longtime family center. It's unreal. I think what's happening in Vegas is true generally thruout the west.
Need to add, I think getting away from big population centers due to covid as something to do w/ it, too, altho maybe not LV.
there's still some activity in Vegas....
We were so close to flying out there next year early so we could look at 2021-22 winter rental condo
Then the pandemic so now I doubt my wife will go on a plane for years
She's open to driving out there or down south
Hearing real estate in Vegas area and Florida is booming is not good news for snowbird type rentals gonna kill pricing
what i didn't know is that my wife promised my daughter she would be here to babysit until school is over next June!!!!!!!!
Doesn't work for me
I'd step in front of a bullet for my kids or grandchild but my healthy days for long trips might not last much longer
I was waiting for after Election Day and to see if rioting gets shut down so I could head out for a few weeks down south
Park my fat ass at some Casino and enjoy
I wasn't consulted about babysitting after December
Sometimes a guys "career" has to come before family. Head your ass down to Cherokee, and check out that new plexiglass craps table. I understand they now have a large sports book too, but I don't k ow what betting they offer. Go! Right now before you lose your mind. Tell them you forgot to consult with them, before you left?
If I go my daughter won't let me hold my grandson
So I'm stuck here for a bit
been a good year so far for me gambling
Gonna stuff a lot of that money I might have dropped in the casinos and open big fat 529 account for the kid
Well I think it's a 529 could be a 519 or some other number
Oh, they'll still let you hold him, as soon as he needs changing. You can always plead senility. Now get uour ass down to Harrah's, and check out that new craps table. And be sure to give us a very detailed trip report, because its still too dangerous for most of us to go. Give us the low-down on that new sports book. My info is, that it's between the essence bar, and the bowling alley. We'll be waiting on that trip report.
Duck " the Silver Wrist". All the time he was downplaying gold who knew he was into Silver?
Not far south enough for me
I'd keep going straight to biloxi
Biloxi doesn't have the new craps table, plus it about 600 miles further for you. Go to Cherokee, it's a real good time of year, and they have that new throw to win game, you've heard so much about. Do it, do it now, before you start thinking rationally again. Just grab a change of underwear, and get in the car. "Don't try to be coy, Roy, just get yourself free".
Meeting in Biloxi??
Vegas on a Friday and Saturday is busy, it's just the weekdays that vegas is very slow and sparsely populated. Still, no shows, no night clubs, no strip clubs, must wear a mask and social distance - yeah, it's not going away.
The dice tables during the weekends' trend to run from $15 to $25 minimum bet, whereas on the weekdays the tables are $10 to $15. On weekday mornings, you can still find a $5 table, but they go up after lunch to $10 or higher.
The low hotel rates have attracted the scum of Los Angeles to come. Shot fired as 2 struggle over gun on MGM casino floor
There have been lots of fights in the casino and out in the Las Vegas BLVD street.
There are lots of what I call "LA People" here, very rude and obnoxious people.
Funny that you call them "LA People", when I lived in California, we called them "Las Vegas People".