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Discussion in 'General Craps Discussion' started by Dave G Ct, Feb 18, 2020.
Your whole giddy persona is false, I know who you really are.
They got about 1month.
Thats not a lock down. It's internment.
Depends on who you listen to. Seems you would have learned that by now.
Write a mortgage, bundle them and sell them to someone else with no recourse if the mortgage defaults.
What could go wrong? Lol.
How do you intern somebody? You lock them down.
But just for fun, what IS a lockdown?
Well, if your listening to me, they got about a month, I don't know what anybody else is saying.
Why would anybody BUY, such a package? I mean, wouldn't the buyer have to ask themselves, why are they selling me this?
...duh... thats the opposite of a lock up
Ya Ya is right. Locked up...
A lock down is when the people that are locked up are interned.
I won't worry re: the Virus, until a case occurs in Vegas or surroundings. But, if then, the only way I'd go to a casino or anywhere I'd be less than 6' from another, is wearing an N95 respirator mask, esp. if I were at a full craps table. Of course, wash hands every chance you get.
The Virus seems to spread more thru the air, person to person, than picking it up from surfaces, altho it's possible, but most if not all cases are from direct human contact. BTW, when you're alone at home or in your car, you don't need your mask.
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/respirator-use-faq.html# Scroll down to "Respirators."
Read the link I posted.
Locked up was probably a poor choice of words. I was thinking along the lines of the supply chain disruptions.
The Strip was busier today but still seemed a little slow for a Friday. We ate dinner at the Eiffel tower restaurant and had no trouble getting a window seat when we made our reservation at 1pm to dine at 5pm.
The few locals I know in Vegas avoid the strip like a plague. I love it there. Exploring the choices for dinner each night. What great choices you have.
The local casinos are as busy or busier than normal. We hit quite a few of them. When Red Rock puts in their new bubble we'll probably go back to staying there.
Has anyone stayed at the Orleans? We've thought about it but haven't gave them a shot yet.
Have not stayed there but after my last stay at the Nugget, and looking over the downtown area I too thought Orleans would be my choice next trip, and the table gave me a quick win as well.
In a general sense, yes.
It’s akin to the guy living in Manhattan avoiding Times Square. The LA’er avoiding Hollywood Blvd.
I go once in a while to see what’s new, maybe see a show or dinner every so often. Few locals are hanging out on the strip on a regular basis.
It’s just the way it works.
and today, my next door neighbor DID go to aqueduct, said it was pretty crowded, and said they thought someone was eating spearmint life savers, as it really had an overbearing scent near them, but they said a lot of cleaning people spraying down and wiping unused slot machines and the spray was spearmint scented.
Around my house I would welcome spearmint. My wife wipes the kitchen $ dining floors with vinegar on a regular basis. 3-4 times a week depending on what is going on. yukky smell.