even though his gun sites s=were so “off” he would have a hard time hitting the CAR let alone the man, also the bolyt action on his riffel would not recaulk as fast as the bullets were fired on the films, (he is still the blame). there was a second shooter, (I don t think Oswald knew) but the (other shooter) was at the grassy knoll, (theory has it maffia from the booze running, or the cia or the cubans) but I doubt history books will ever be changed!
It has, after all, come to a shock to me and to those people close enough to me to know that I, in all intents and purposes, really don’t like to travel beyond my 5 mile radius. Don’t know much about this hotel, other then what is written in the caption. I feel, that for the first time in a great while, I will find it more enjoyable to go on my vacation, then I will be of going home. Maybe this is what they mean about things happening in Vegas, a convenient little antidote that I will surely employ.
Yes, I am the product of my parents; and I’m damn proud of it.
So here I sit in this crowded airport waiting for my seat to be called to board this Boeing airliner that is to serve as my chariot for this journey. I’m so boring that upon my arrival I would have to use that discrete slogan rather then tell them that I simply hung out in my hotel room watching television.
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. Growing up, they would take my sister and I on vacations, but it seemed to me that my father was always more excited about coming back home then us kids were of going.
Might kind as quite a surprise to learn that I have became a travel writer for a travel newsletter. Will the lights welcome me in? Will the room be as comfortable as it sounded when the travel agent described it to me? Will I think of the movie ‘Casino’ as I sit in wait in great haste for my room service meal?
I do enjoy gambling and the occasional show that my wife more then likely would drag me too, but really, other then that what is there to do in Vegas? I secretly thought that when they came up with the whole slogan; “what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas” was meant, in some part to me. I’m not an adrenaline junkie nor am I that much of an adventurer; but I do enjoy telling stories. My wife, an emphatic traveler herself, would gladly give up her existence as she knows it to have a chance at the job that Sandra Brown has.
So, after coming to grips that no matter how much I would like to convince myself; and others that only have a passing idea of the real me, there is no way that I will be that renowned traveler. I think he felt more comfortable with his surroundings when he knew what channel ABC was on so that he wouldn’t miss his evening news. Traveling the world, staying at wonderful and exotic places and reporting it all back to the people on the other end of the television; people like me who think that it might be better to watch a show about traveling to these places, as it is to actually set foot in them.
I am, without question, one of the biggest home bodies that I have ever met. I enjoy taking trips, but much like my father, I find comfort in coming back home. I haven’t been in Vegas since I was 13 years old; so most would say that I have never been there. Not having seen the bright lights of Vegas, I have pre-determined notions of what to expect. I blame this on my parents; my father specifically, although my mother should carry some of the guilt. He was never really big on experimenting with different foods either. The Travel Channel, if memory serves me correctly, did a story on this hotel; but I’m not positive how I felt about it one way or another. Sometimes that feeling of comfort overshadows the pure excitement that I had counting down the minutes before my vacation; but I put on a brave face and I trek on.
My trip to Vegas is here. To this day he will not eat any type of fish unless my mother prepares for him…same way every time.
I was looking for some travel ideas when I came across a deal going to Las Vegas from Miami and staying at the Stratosphere Hotel. My laptop is as important to me as bug spray on my trip, because no matter where I go, the one thing that needs to be done is to record it all
He earned the nickname “God” from the Anfield faithful and rightly became a legend of the club, where he has scored 183 goals and won numerous accolades and trophies.
Fowler is the sixth highest goal-scorer in the history of the English Premier League and holds the record for the fastest ever hat-trick in the Premier League, in a time of four minutes and 33 seconds. We believe that his appointment would resonate well with our customers and we are delighted to be associated with an iconic footballer such as Robbie.”
Fowler played his first game for England in March 1996 and went on to earn a total of 26 caps, scoring seven goals.
Fowler is probably best remembered during his time at Liverpool Football Club. “The decision to appoint Robbie was a no-brainer. “We are truly excited to have signed Robbie as Fun88 ambassador for the upcoming season,” said Nathan Walker, Fun88 Spokesperson. He is a true footballing legend who is widely admired and recognized in Asia. He has also been voted the PFA Young Player of the Year for two consecutive years in 1995 and 1996.
The 2000-01 season was perhaps the most successful in the striker’s career where he played a key part in Liverpool Football Club’s cup treble winning season.
Isle of Man, United Kingdom, August 06, 2014 –(PR.com)– Fun88 is pleased to announce the signing of well renowned former football professional, Robbie Fowler, as their official ambassador for coming 2014/2015 football season.
In an illustrious career spanning 19 years, Fowler has played for numerous clubs, domestically and abroad, such as Leeds United, Manchester City, North Queensland Fury, Perth Glory and Muangthong United.
A far more serious scam was recently uncovered in Vietnam. In 2010, police in Xiamen, China caught a man carrying a set of dice with radioactive levels 150x above normal. The suspect, Bui Dinh Chung, told police that a sensor concealed on his person generated vibrations when the marked cards were dealt his way. A gambler told the paper that despite the edge a cheater could obtain via the cards, they weren’t all that popular, for one simple reason: “Gamblers can become very tired of playing for long with these cards. Duane Rade, a 75-year-old Florida resident, was arrested on Wednesday but the other three remain on the lam. Within 45 minutes, the scam had netted the gang a whopping $200, which must buy an awful lot of early-bird dinners because the fearsome foursome bolted the casino shortly thereafter. On August 15, police in Quang Ninh province arrested a man carrying four decks of playing cards that had been marked with radioactive material. Sometimes, they’re too tired to stand up after the game ends.”. Vietnam has a number of small casinos but locals are (for the moment) not permitted to patronize these establishments. The four men – each of whom is (a) over 70 years old and (b) carries previous casino cheating convictions – are accused of palming cards to rig a three-card poker game at the Canterbury Park racino in Shakopee, Minnesota last July.
Thanh Nien News reported that the local nuclear watchdogs had examined the marked cards and found they generated radioactive levels 30x higher than recommended limits.
Chung has been charged with “stockpiling and trading radioactive materials.” The cards – believed to be made in Taiwan, Hong Kong and mainland China – were reportedly used in illegal gambling dens.
Amazingly, this isn’t the first time Vietnamese authorities have detected such cards. Felony charges have been filed against four alleged casino cheats who were all seriously old enough to know better.
The recent raft of gambling cheats being caught in the act has apparently had little effect on the ranks of those willing to tempt fate.
According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, two members of the over-the-hill gang were the actual card-palmers while another man distracted the table’s dealer – presumably via a rambling anecdote that didn’t appear to be going anywhere – and the fourth positioned his body to block an overhead video surveillance camera. Police are investigating in order to determine how many other decks of glowing cards may be circulating. In 2006, Hanoi police arrested a gambler who subsequently revealed that his child’s hair had fallen out not long after he brought the cards into his home