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  • Personal Narrative: A Trip To Las Vegas

    The state of Nevada mandates that all video poker machines must deal the cards in a random order. What this means is that the only way casino operators can vary the mathematical payouts of these machines is by the listed payouts for various combinations. The game I was playing at the Hilton is referred in the video poker world as a NSUD (Not So Ugly Deuces) machine. If you play perfectly…

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  • Why I Want To Be A Wiccan

    Welcome to my humble little blog about a topic that may be made of confusion or controversy. I am here to write about my life and experiences as a follower of Wiccan tradition and the occult. Firstly, I would like to establish that Wiccans are not associated with evil or "black magic". demons, curses, or anything truly evil. Secondly, the title of "Witch" is not gender specific as most would assume. Warlock, by the way, is derogatory to us and as such is not what we use to refer to male witches.…

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  • Iphone 5. Assess The Importance Of Innovation

    the product is difficult to use, especially for people with hearing problems. There have been concerns of privacy intrusion with most organizations forbidding their workers from wearing them to work. Further, casinos in Las Vegas have also prohibited customers from wearing them at the casino…

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  • Narrative: Gambling Changed My Life

    This includes going to casinos, horse tracks, and competing in daily fantasy leagues (FanDuel). When I became old enough to gamble, it was at a time in my life when I was not able to compete physically and I found that gambling allowed me to still get that competitive rush. With…

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  • Rain Man Character Analysis

    While Raymond demonstrates many symptoms and traits of autism, he is often inconsistent in portraying them, as seen when comparing reactions between the smoke alarm and casino. Christopher, however, is consistent with his demonstration of symptoms. Sensory overload occurs when it should and not selectively for Christopher, and his personal relationships are fragile and distant. He is a superior portrayal of autism, as a…

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  • Similarities Between Macbeth And Donald Trump

    Trump started as a business man. “After Donald Trump gets out of college, he purchases and builds the Trump Tower, Trump Plaza in New York City and he builds casinos in Atlantic City, New Jersey. In 1990, Trump casinos go bankrupt as he faces debts. In 1987 and 1989 Trump creates a book called “Trump: The Art of the Deal” and he also create “Trump The Game.” Donald Trump then becomes the host of “The Apprentice” and in 2015, Donald Trump…

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  • Rude Neighbors Case Study

    to name the dog park after Mark. - Insert a picture of a man with a dog. Conclusion: Mark was certainly a big winner, but he was not the only person to win. More than 1,531 players have won since the promotion started a month ago. Since the casino has already paid out more than $2,191,843 from free spins, the promotion is expected to end…

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  • Chippewa Diversity In Ojibwa

    Anthropology is an interesting field which accounts for a significant amount of knowledge of different groups of people around the world. This information is gained by ethnographic research projects conducted by anthropologists. It is important that we continue the work of anthropology for the well being and overall awareness of the world. For my ethnographic research project, I will be researching the Chippewa tribes located in Wisconsin. The Chippewa are also known as Ojibwa and are…

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  • Live Performance Essay

    The live performance I attended took place at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida on November 20. This place is well known for its nightlife scene and endless entertainment options and live concerts, however this specific night something major was about to happen for all of us from the Cuban community. It was the first time that young Cuban musicians from different musical backgrounds, would come to U.S and offer a huge concert, all together on the same scenario. There was…

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  • Stereotypes In Ocean's 11

    Ocean’s Eleven is one of the most popular heist Hollywood blockbusters. The movie is a remake of Lewis Milestone's film in 1960 which was also calls Ocean’s Eleven starring Frank Sinatra. Steven Soderbergh did a great job as a director in keeping the audience interested throughout the whole movie time. Although the story is quite original and non-trivial Soderbergh’s idea to combine different genres was successful. The film demonstrates its large-scale approval from an outstanding combination…

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