Monday, May 30, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: Part 7 Of Our Brand New Series -- "Three Things We Found On The Internet Today" (But Were Afraid To Say Anything About it)


Here at Aces Casino Entertainment (Ed. Note: You know -- The top orange county casino night party company on the west coast, bar none), we've always looked at the making of the Aces Casino Blog as a work in perpetual motion -- A place to discuss everything from the latest in orange county casino party games, to dumb YouTube vids, to anything and everything under the sun that we feel needs the Aces Casino "light of day" brightly shined upon it.

In other words, our tendency to lean towards our "professional irreverence" mantra plastered upon us by none other than the O. C. Register, when they lauded us as the best casino party company in our industry.  High praise for 127 crazy staff members that found a job they loved, that isn't work.

But, back to the blog.

The Blog staff is always looking on the internet for things that they can forward to the thousands of loyal Aces Casino Blog subscribers (Ed. Note: Ummm, what?), and would consistently find things that they thought that, although it had nothing to do with our company, were interesting, just the same.

Leave it to the Blog staff to accidentally find yet another theme to discuss (exploit?) here. Here's a look at how they think: A couple of years ago, they wanted to be given the week off after coming up with the theme, "Aces Casino College of Casino Game Knowledge."  (Ed. Note: Yeah, right.  Back to work.)  Finally, this crew of frustrated Shakespeare Wanna-Be's were hit with the bolt of lightning - Let's package all these random internet stories, and write about them!  Hence, we now have our "3 Things" section.

Brilliant.  Well, maybe not BRILLIANT, but it'll pass.

To that end, we've dedicated all of our Aces Casino Blog entries for the month of May to the latest "3 Things" creation submitted by our Aces Casino Blog staff -- Hope you've enjoyed these lil' ditties!  If you missed any, just check out the Aces Casino Blog archives.  They're actually pretty cool.

OK, here's Part Seven of "Three Things That We Found On The Internet This Week / Month / Year!"   Coming up In our next Aces Casino Blog post, we do what we do best -- We'll be giving our readers the chance to try out some of the many games featured in the casinos of Las Vegas - It's our popular "Game Trainer" Series.  OK, let's get back to our last "3 Things" post of the month! 

#1 -- The World's Largest Race and Sports Book

"The Chargers are only 8-1 to win the Super Bowl? What a rip-off!"

No, It's not the old Stardust Race And Sports Book...Actually, this pic from the archives of the "Life Magazine" photo department (circa 1943) is a pan shot of the FBI's Fingerprint Factory."  It was an 8,000 square foot facility located at the National Guard Armory in Washington, D.C.  ("8-1 on the Chargers?  Check that guy's fingerprints, that's robbery.")

#2 -- The "Wheel Of Fortune of Drinking Games"

Ewww.... Grapefruit?"  That's a Zonk.

“Old Mr. Boston Fruit-Flavored Gins – Ginsicles – What’s Your Flavor,” a marketing gimmick for the bygone distillery, Old Mr. Boston, also famous for their bartender’s guide, first published in 1935 and became known to both professional and home bartenders as the “Bible of Booze.”

#3 -- A company that builds "secret hidden rooms" in your home

OK, so who's NOT interested in THIS?

That one speaks for itself, check it out..... Oh, yes, this site has had Five-Point-Four MILLION views to date.  Yeah, I'm smelling a possible business model here.  

Well, that's all for now when it comes to our "findings."  Next up - Game trainers, starting with Blackjack on Thursday.  Practice up, we'll see you then!

Thursday, May 26, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: Part 6 Of Our Brand New Series -- "Three Things We Found On The Internet Today" (But Were Afraid To Say Anything About it)


Here at Aces Casino Entertainment (Ed. Note: You know -- The top orange county casino night party company on the west coast, bar none), we've always looked at the making of the Aces Casino Blog as a work in perpetual motion -- A place to discuss everything from the latest in orange county casino party games, to dumb YouTube vids, to anything and everything under the sun that we feel needs the Aces Casino "light of day" brightly shined upon it.

In other words, our tendency to lean towards our "professional irreverence" mantra plastered upon us by none other than the O. C. Register, when they lauded us as the best casino party company in our industry.  High praise for 127 crazy staff members that found a job they loved, that isn't work.

But, back to the blog.

The Blog staff is always looking on the internet for things that they can forward to the thousands of loyal Aces Casino Blog subscribers (Ed. Note: Ummm, what?), and would consistently find things that they thought that, although it had nothing to do with our company, were interesting, just the same.

Leave it to the Blog staff to accidentally find yet another theme to discuss (exploit?) here. Here's a look at how they think: A couple of years ago, they wanted to be given the week off after coming up with the theme, "Aces Casino College of Casino Game Knowledge."  (Ed. Note: Yeah, right.  Back to work.)  Finally, this crew of frustrated Shakespeare Wanna-Be's were hit with the bolt of lightning - Let's package all these random internet stories, and write about them!

Brilliant.  Well, maybe not BRILLIANT, but it'll pass.

To that end, we dedicate all of our remaining Aces Casino Blog entries for the month of May to the latest creation submitted by our Aces Casino Blog staff -- Part 6 of "Three Things That We Found On The Internet This Week / Month / Year!"  Enjoy....

#1 -- Tree Camping in Elk, California

Watch that first step, it's a doozie.

Yeah, it's great, until A) you find out that the tent runs about $400, and B) you haven't yet conquered that sleepwalking thingy.  Who the heck came up with this, the Wallenda's?  How do you get UP there?  Never mind, I don't want to know.  That's # 397 of Things I Ain't doin.'  Here's the link, for you slingshot lovers.

#2 -- An Arch Bridge in China

I guess the off-ramp idea didn't fly.

That lighted track-object that sits some 420 feet above ground actually carries SIX lanes of traffic, plus two train tracks for their high-speed rail.  Well, at least those homes below (that look 500 years old) don't need porch lights.  Does China have the Auto Club?  I'd hate to break down up there.

#3 -- Kim Kardashian's favorite store (Allegedly)

"Everybody's looking at ME!"

We're back on Monday with our final episode of "3 Things We've Found on the Internet."  Hope you've enjoyed it, have a good weekend, we'll see you next week!

Monday, May 23, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: Part 5 Of Our Brand New Series -- "Three Things We Found On The Internet Today" (But Were Afraid To Say Anything About it)


Here at Aces Casino Entertainment (Ed. Note: You know -- The top orange county casino night party company on the west coast, bar none), we've always looked at the making of the Aces Casino Blog as a work in perpetual motion -- A place to discuss everything from the latest in orange county casino party games, to dumb YouTube vids, to anything and everything under the sun that we feel needs the Aces Casino "light of day" brightly shined upon it.

In other words, our tendency to lean towards our "professional irreverence" mantra plastered upon us by none other than the O. C. Register, when they lauded us as the best casino party company in our industry.  High praise for 127 crazy staff members that found a job they loved, that isn't work.

But, back to the blog.

The Blog staff is always looking on the internet for things that they can forward to the thousands of loyal Aces Casino Blog subscribers (Ed. Note: Ummm, what?), and would consistently find things that they thought that, although it had nothing to do with our company, were interesting, just the same.

Leave it to the Blog staff to accidentally find yet another theme to discuss (exploit?) here. Here's a look at how they think: A couple of years ago, they wanted to be given the week off after coming up with the theme, "Aces Casino College of Casino Game Knowledge."  (Ed. Note: Yeah, right.  Back to work.)  Finally, this crew of frustrated Shakespeare Wanna-Be's were hit with the bolt of lightning - Let's package all these random internet stories, and write about them!

Brilliant.  Well, maybe not BRILLIANT, but it'll pass.

To that end, we dedicate all of our remaining Aces Casino Blog entries for the month of May to the latest creation submitted by our Aces Casino Blog staff -- Part Five of "Three Things That We Found On The Internet This Week / Month / Year!"  Enjoy....

#1 -- First prototype of the Mickey Mouse ears, circa World War I

"M - I - C...." See you real SOON..." (And HEAR ya, too!)

Actually, this photo shows what was called "Enemy Sound Detectors" from World War I.  We detected this lil' ditty from this link.

#2 -- Have you heard about the guy that bought his own hotel, just for the purpose of spying on all the guests as they did whatever they were doing?

Here's the hotel.  Recognize it?  "You're on Candid Camera."

OK... This one HAS to be in the running for "Aces Casino Blog Story Of The Year."  If you hadn't heard about this yet, well, here's the skinny.  Absolutely true story, from the "truth is stranger than fiction" files....

With the assistance of his wife, he cut rectangular holes measuring six by fourteen inches in the ceilings of more than a dozen rooms. Then he covered the openings with louvred aluminum screens that looked like ventilation grilles but were actually observation vents that allowed him, while he knelt in the attic, to see his guests in the rooms below. He watched them for decades, while keeping an exhaustive written record of what he saw and heard. Never once, during all those years, was he caught. 

The guy's retort to this situation, when this became public?

“I did this purely out of my unlimited curiosity about people and not as just a deranged voyeur.”

Yeah, right.  "Creepy, 101."  Here's the link via The New Yorker.

#3 -- "The Church of the Perpetual Munchies"

All we need is Sean Penn and Mr. Hand, and we've got a bridge game.

OK, a little back-story -- Meet California-based Sister Kate and Sister Darcy, who grow, cultivate and harvest medicinal marijuana. The nuns label their medicinal remedies with their moniker The Sisters of the Valley. (Ed. Note: I like our name for them better, but I know where "In-N-Out" should build their next franchise location.)  The Sisters prepare their remedies observing the cycles of the moon and “in a spiritual environment.” They (Incredibly) have a Facebook page here.

Here's the link, courtesy of photographers Shaughn Crawford and John DuBois.  And, in a related story, the Pizza Hut down the street estimates that their annual revenue hits at around 20 million dollars.  (Ed. Note: OK, well, THAT'S not true... At least we don't THINK so.)     

 That's all for now... See you next time with more "Finds!"

Thursday, May 19, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: Part 4 Of Our Brand New Series -- "Three Things We Found On The Internet Today" (But Were Afraid To Say Anything About it)


Here at Aces Casino Entertainment (Ed. Note: You know -- The top orange county casino night party company on the west coast, bar none), we've always looked at the making of the Aces Casino Blog as a work in perpetual motion -- A place to discuss everything from the latest in orange county casino party games, to dumb YouTube vids, to anything and everything under the sun that we feel needs the Aces Casino "light of day" brightly shined upon it.

In other words, our tendency to lean towards our "professional irreverence" mantra plastered upon us by none other than the O. C. Register, when they lauded us as the best casino party company in our industry.  High praise for 127 crazy staff members that found a job they loved, that isn't work.

But, back to the blog.

The Blog staff is always looking on the internet for things that they can forward to the thousands of loyal Aces Casino Blog subscribers (Ed. Note: Ummm, what?), and would consistently find things that they thought that, although it had nothing to do with our company, were interesting, just the same.

Leave it to the Blog staff to accidentally find yet another theme to discuss (exploit?) here. Here's a look at how they think: A couple of years ago, they wanted to be given the week off after coming up with the theme, "Aces Casino College of Casino Game Knowledge."  (Ed. Note: Yeah, right.  Back to work.)  Finally, this crew of frustrated Shakespeare Wanna-Be's were hit with the bolt of lightning - Let's package all these random internet stories, and write about them!

Brilliant.  Well, maybe not BRILLIANT, but it'll pass.

To that end, we dedicate all of our remaining Aces Casino Blog entries for the month of May to the latest creation submitted by our Aces Casino Blog staff -- Part 4 of "Three Things That We Found On The Internet This Week / Month / Year!"  Enjoy....

#1 -- Photo of filming the "dress" scene of "The Seven-Year Itch"

Always loved that film.

#2 -- Alexander Graham Bell creates the world's first Frisbee

Wow, it's BIG, too.  

Actually, it's not a Frisbee.  (Ed. Note: Duh.  Our readers kinda figured that out, already.)  It's what Mr. Bell (Or is it 'Mr. Graham Bell?')  was creating to actually test-fly objects. 

#3 -- The House that Donald Trump COULDN'T buy

Nice architecture, but not much of a view.

True story, from the article entitled "The Resistors of Real Estate," check it out, courtesy of our friends over at Hyperallergic.

That'll do it for now... See you next Monday with more "Things We've Found."  (Ed. Note: Yeah, try to find the Roulette ball that you lost last week first.) 

Monday, May 16, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: Part 3 Of Our Brand New Series -- "Three Things We Found On The Internet Today" (But Were Afraid To Say Anything About it)


Here at Aces Casino Entertainment (Ed. Note: You know -- The top orange county casino night party company on the west coast, bar none), we've always looked at the making of the Aces Casino Blog as a work in perpetual motion -- A place to discuss everything from the latest in orange county casino party games, to dumb YouTube vids, to anything and everything under the sun that we feel needs the Aces Casino "light of day" brightly shined upon it.

In other words, our tendency to lean towards our "professional irreverence" mantra plastered upon us by none other than the O. C. Register, when they lauded us as the best casino party company in our industry.  High praise for 127 crazy staff members that found a job they loved, that isn't work.

But, back to the blog.

The Blog staff is always looking on the internet for things that they can forward to the thousands of loyal Aces Casino Blog subscribers (Ed. Note: Ummm, what?), and would consistently find things that they thought that, although it had nothing to do with our company, were interesting, just the same.

Leave it to the Blog staff to accidentally find yet another theme to discuss (exploit?) here. Here's a look at how they think: A couple of years ago, they wanted to be given the week off after coming up with the theme, "Aces Casino College of Casino Game Knowledge."  (Ed. Note: Yeah, right.  Back to work.)  Finally, this crew of frustrated Shakespeare Wanna-Be's were hit with the bolt of lightning - Let's package all these random internet stories, and write about them!

Brilliant.  Well, maybe not BRILLIANT, but it'll pass.

To that end, we dedicate all of our remaining Aces Casino Blog entries for the month of May to the latest creation submitted by our Aces Casino Blog staff -- Part 3 of "Three Things That We Found On The Internet This Week / Month / Year!"  Enjoy....

#1 -- A fishing lodge like none other we've ever seen

OK, I could fish THIS way.

What better way to go fishing from your hotel than having the hotel bring the fish to YOU?  (Ed. Note:  Better check their website -- They haven't posted anything since September of last year.)

#2 -- Donald Trump's "Hair Farm?"

Well, he HAD to get it from SOMEWHERE.
It's actually a farm of some sort in Tromso, Norway.   OK -- I know you're going to "Photoshop" this, anyway.  I'll save you the trouble.  You're welcome.

We'll do it all for our avid readers.  You're welcome.

#3 -- The last place to call if you want a pizza in Otumwa, Iowa

Told ya.

That's all for now.  Part four on Thursday, see you then!

Thursday, May 12, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: Part Two Of Our Brand New Series -- "Three Things We Found On The Internet Today" (But Were Afraid To Say Anything About it)


Here at Aces Casino Entertainment (Ed. Note: You know -- The top orange county casino night party company on the west coast, bar none), we've always looked at the making of the Aces Casino Blog as a work in perpetual motion -- A place to discuss everything from the latest in orange county casino party games, to dumb YouTube vids, to anything and everything under the sun that we feel needs the Aces Casino "light of day" brightly shined upon it.

In other words, our tendency to lean towards our "professional irreverence" mantra plastered upon us by none other than the O. C. Register, when they lauded us as the best casino party company in our industry.  High praise for 127 crazy staff members that found a job they loved, that isn't work.

But, back to the blog.

The Blog staff is always looking on the internet for things that they can forward to the thousands of loyal Aces Casino Blog subscribers (Ed. Note: Ummm, what?), and would consistently find things that they thought that, although it had nothing to do with our company, were interesting, just the same.

Leave it to the Blog staff to accidentally find yet another theme to discuss (exploit?) here. Here's a look at how they think: A couple of years ago, they wanted to be given the week off after coming up with the theme, "Aces Casino College of Casino Game Knowledge."  (Ed. Note: Yeah, right.  Back to work.)  Finally, this crew of frustrated Shakespeare Wanna-Be's were hit with the bolt of lightning - Let's package all these random internet stories, and write about them!

Brilliant.  Well, maybe not BRILLIANT, but it'll pass.

To that end, we dedicate all of our remaining Aces Casino Blog entries for the month of May to the latest creation submitted by our Aces Casino Blog staff -- Part Two of "Three Things That We Found On The Internet This Week / Month / Year!"  Enjoy....

#1 -- Actual McDonald's restaurant in Roswell, NM

I'm beginning to root for the aliens to win in their next movie.

#2 -- 1989 Passed-Over Concept art for a "Switzerland Pavilion" at EPCOT

That mountain DOES look familiar. Why didn't they BUILD this?

#3 -- John Travolta's house

Yes, there are also not one, but TWO runways.  No pic of them, they're boring.

This is FUN!  We're back on Monday with some more cool finds.  Have a good weekend!

Monday, May 9, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: And Now For Something Completely Different (No, Not Monty Python!) -- Three Things We Found On The Internet Today


Here at Aces Casino Entertainment (Ed. Note: You know -- The top orange county casino night party company on the west coast, bar none), we've always looked at the making of the Aces Casino Blog as a work in perpetual motion -- A place to discuss everything from the latest in orange county casino party games, to dumb YouTube vids, to anything and everything under the sun that we feel needs the Aces Casino "light of day" brightly shined upon it.

In other words, our tendency to lean towards our "professional irreverence" mantra plastered upon us by none other than the O. C. Register, when they lauded us as the best casino party company in our industry.  High praise for 127 crazy staff members that found a job they loved, that isn't work.

But, back to the blog.

The Blog staff is always looking on the internet for things that they can forward to the thousands of loyal Aces Casino Blog subscribers (Ed. Note: Ummm, what?), and would consistently find things that they thought that, although it had nothing to do with our company, were interesting, just the same.

Leave it to the Blog staff to accidentally find yet another theme to discuss (exploit?) here. Here's a look at how they think: A couple of years ago, they wanted to be given the week off after coming up with the theme, "Aces Casino College of Casino Game Knowledge."  (Ed. Note: Yeah, right.  Back to work.)  Finally, this crew of frustrated Shakespeare Wanna-Be's were hit with the bolt of lightning - Let's package all these random internet stories, and write about them!

Brilliant.  Well, maybe not BRILLIANT, but it'll pass.

To that end, we dedicate all of our remaining Aces Casino Blog entries for the month of May to the latest creation submitted by our Aces Casino Blog staff -- Part One of "Three Things That We Found On The Internet This Week / Month / Year!"  Enjoy....

#1 -- Steve Martin working at Knott's Berry Farm in their print shop

Yes, yes, we know that one of America's favorite comedians did quite a stint at the Berry Farm's "Bird Cage Theater" as one of the regulars that put on plays daily in the park.  But here's a picture we found of him doing something "Non-Theater-ish."

 Wanted - Someone to make "Wanted" posters.

Yep, that's Steve Martin, making wanted posters for the masses.  Funny thing -- The location that we found this shot claimed that it was taken at Disneyland.  Uhh, no... The only "Wanted" posters that Disneyland needed to make for the Magic Kingdom was for whomever came up with "Light Magic."  Look it up, you'll see why.  Just another snippet of news you can use from Aces Casino Entertainment.

#2 -- Conan O'Brien before he was Conan O'Brien

Here's a picture taken by a fellow writer for the TV show, "The Simpsons," taken back in 1992.  Let's see now, which one of these gentlemen is Conan?  

He's always had that hair.  I'm jealous. (BTW, VERY funny guy!)

#3 -- A picture that sums up how I feel when I can't figure out which button does what on my PS4 controller while I'm playing a game of Major League Baseball

Which one do I turn to make the pitcher throw the baseball?

This was lifted from some old WW1 submarine.....I'm sure that all of these valves had a job at one point.  Oh, by the way -- "X" swings the bat.

That's all for now, my Aces Casino buddies.  We'll see you on Thursday with more of this series of stories / photos.  Take care, we'll see you then!

Thursday, May 5, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: There's More In Las Vegas To "Thrill" You Than SlotZilla and The Voodoo Zipline - Check Out These 4 Amusement Park-Style Rides!


When the Blog staff here at Aces Casino Entertainment (A.K.A. the top orange county casino party company in SoCal) was thrown the task of covering the two main thrill rides in Las Vegas, their immediate response was, "which two?"

It seems that we didn't know we had opened up a can of thrill ride-worms when we asked about this... OK, so, there are a few more that we skipped over, quite by accident.... (Ed. Note: Wrong guy to ask about this topic.  He gets dizzy on Ferris Wheels.)

Problem solved.

To wit, from the orange county casino night party leaders, here are the OTHER FOUR Las Vegas thrill rides that caught our eye when studying this "thrilling" topic, and ALL of them found in one place -- The Stratosphere Hotel in Las Vegas.

#1 -- Sky Jump

Yikes, we have to start with THIS one?  OK, here's the premise -- You're standing in a cage atop the hotel's 108th floor, some 850 feet high.  Someone attaches a harness to you, and throws you out of the cage.  The good news is, that, there's a target on the ground floor that you'll hit, if all goes well.  Here's a sample of what this one is all about...

Uhh, yeah, I don't think so, Part One.

We'll give you another angle of what this looks like near the end of this Blog post.... Next up -- 

#2 -- "Insanity."

I'm guessing it's aptly-named.  1000 feet up, and this dastardly thing has an interesting twist...

Oh, my WORD.  I don't EVEN think so, #2.

#3 -- "X-Scream" (Scream Should Be In Quotes)

Imagine what it's like to DRIVE OFF of the Stratosphere Tower.  Well, guess no more, here's what it would look like...

#3.  No way, not now, not tomorrow, NEVER.

#4 -- Big Shot

You'd think that a ride named for an old Billy Joel song (Ed. Note: Not really.) would be a walk in the park.....Uhh, no!

HELL, No!

Thank goodness THIS blog post is over, I need to go and lie down.  BUT... Unfortunately for me, the boss has asked for one more video to be added to this post, one that has nothing to do with Vegas.  

GRAVITY MAX.  OK, I hate it, already.  I kinda like gravity, it's my friend, I'd hate to mess up that friendship.  Oh, well....

Get out of town... No track?

Well, I've seen enough.  I am OUT.  We're back next time with a brand new series that we think you'll like, from our friends at the Aces Casino Blog -- "Three Things We Found On The Internet.!"  (Ed. Note: OK, NOW, I'm SCARED.  Who knows WHAT you jokers have found on the internet.  The attorney is on retainer, go ahead.)  See you next time!

Monday, May 2, 2016

The Aces Casino Blog: First, It Was "SkyVue v. High Roller:" Now, We've Got "SlotZilla v. VooDoo Zipline!" (Great, Two More Things I'll NEVER Try!)


I don't know why the powers that be at Aces Casino Entertainment (you know, that orange county casino party company kingpin in SoCal) continually request "thrill rides" as a subject for the infamous Aces Casino Blog.  First, we had that "Battle Royale" between The Linq's "High Roller" versus the now-defunct "SkyVue" observation wheel that turned into an early knockout (We still loved Scott Roeben's 'Tiny the Tumbleweed' spokesperson parody linked here).

Now, it appears that "Round Two" has reared it's not-so-ugly head.  We've got "dueling zip-lines," my friends!  Heck, I barely had heard of the one zipper, but now, we have a pocket pair to open with - One downtown, and one on the strip.  HIGH UP on the strip.  This scintillating info comes to us from Scott Roeben's super-cool blog, "Vital Vegas." 

Let's start off with the downtown version, aptly titled, "Slotzilla!"  Your video awaits.


 Slotzilla.  Total "Man Of Steel" Moment.  (We're passing on Batman vs. Superman.)

"Slotzilla" takes riders from one end of the Fremont Street Experience to about half-way down to the other end.  Of course, being this type of ride meant rigorous testing with all kinds of dummies.  (Ed. Note: No, not our Craps teams.  Even THEY'RE too smart for this stuff.)


Scott Roeben "Line of the Month:"
"Trivia: Some of the earliest SlotZilla riders were Imperial Storm Troopers."

They tested this baby out with everything under the sun - Walk-ups, Dummies, and even "The Walking Dead" cast members.  Check it out....

Yep, that's Daryl.  No Merle, though.

OK, this one's pretty cool.  But, in our unscientific poll taken here with the staff of the top orange county casino night party company on the west coast, well, THEY like our zip-line counterpart located on the strip - Specifically, on TOP of the Rio Suite Hotel, on the strip.... The VooDoo Zipline.

 My son who loves to drive in reverse ONLY would love this one.

I get a nosebleed just LOOKING at the video above.  It's like $27 in the afternoon, and $42 at night, which must be spectacular.

Um, yeah.....Hmm, uh, NO.

Oh, one more thing.  The question was asked in our staff meeting, "Why do they call it 'SlotZilla?"  Well, here's a hint, my friends....

Jackpot.

Th-Th-That's all, folks.  Back on Thursday with (maybe) Part Two of (possibly) Las Vegas Thrill Rides.....Catch ya later!