"Quote of the Day"

DigsNW

Well-Known Member
Yes sir. Las Vegas was built on losers wagers.
How do you figure KRose? I have NEVER heard of anyone who came back and said they didn't come back with more than they left with. Everyone always says they won. I have never heard of anyone saying they lost money while at any casino. I just don't understand how the casino's make so much money if they are giving it all away. :eek:
I don't gamble or go to casino's except to eat so I have no way of knowing if this is true or not. :D
 

KRose

Well-Known Member
How do you figure KRose? I have NEVER heard of anyone who came back and said they didn't come back with more than they left with. Everyone always says they won. I have never heard of anyone saying they lost money while at any casino. I just don't understand how the casino's make so much money if they are giving it all away. :eek:
I don't gamble or go to casino's except to eat so I have no way of knowing if this is true or not. :D
That makes two of us. I'd come back from Vegas making a fashion statement....wearing a barrel. Lol
 

justdon

Well-Known Member
For sure KRose that would be me too.I have been to atlantic city and las vegas.I saw very few winners.But I saw plenty of people holding their head in their hands.
 

PRO PHOTOG

Well-Known Member
How do you figure KRose? I have NEVER heard of anyone who came back and said they didn't come back with more than they left with. Everyone always says they won. I have never heard of anyone saying they lost money while at any casino. I just don't understand how the casino's make so much money if they are giving it all away. :eek:
I don't gamble or go to casino's except to eat so I have no way of knowing if this is true or not. :D
I ALWAYS win! :whistle:
 

KRose

Well-Known Member
Good one. Mr. Bob Harrington back in the 60's and 70's was dubbed the "Chaplain of Bourbon Street". He was a Baptist minister who made several albums, sort of a comedy album with a Christian message involving some of his experiences while spreading the word on New Orleans own Bourbon Street. His office was on Bourbon Street just down from the Blue Angel Club. On one of his albums he spoke of a time when he was driving down the interstate in a bit of a hurry. He was passed by a tractor trailer who then signaled and changed lanes in front of Mr. Harrington's vehicle when he noticed that it was a truck from the National Casket Company. On the rear of the bumper was a bumper sticker that read: "Drive Careful...Yours might be on the Next Load". Mr. Harrington went on to say, I slowed down.
 
Top