Day by Day



04 November 2007

Vegas baby...


Citizen Prime and I are sitting in 24/b at the Palms in Las Vegas. It is a surprise trip to help celebrate a good friend's 40th birthday. I am not a fan of Vegas. I don't gamble, but I do love the desert. We took a sidetrip to Hoover Dam. It is perhaps one of the most potent renants of the WPA projects. During that period whole families took incredible risks in search of work and hope. How little we remember those sacrifices.

9 comments:

Lauren said...

You are there with T & MA also? Woohoo!

sonicfrog said...

I love to gamble... but I hate to lose more!!! - which is why I don't gamble much:-)

PS. Here are some of my latest prediction concerning Iraq and stuff. Have fun in Lost Wages.

captjackharkness said...

Tell Mr. A Happy Birthday, and deride him endlessly for not inviting me. But Oh, well, what do I care? I was in Dublin.....and oh yes, visit me at http://www.myspace.com/scottinuk
you will, of course, have to sign up to be my friend in order to see it for security purposes.

sonicfrog said...

Sweet! I'll give you a friends request from my MS site when I get done subbing today.

captjackharkness said...

sonic, come teach in england with me!

sonicfrog said...

OK!!! :-)

sonicfrog said...

Cap, your MySpace page is missing a link to add friends. Go to mine and request friendship.

Old Lady said...

I would love to go to vegas someday, I would love to go there and see all the sights maybe play a few slotmachines and play some bingo. Through in a Tom Jones concert if he still does them. see some ratpack tributes. Would love to have seen Frank sinatra live in vegas.ahhhhhhh one day.I have been playing the demo games on this online casino uk site. I have also got into playing keno games which is similiar to bingo except you get to pick your numbers before the game starts. I like playing neptunes keno the most. they have also got online fruit machine demos too. its all given me the taste for Vegas.

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