Posted by h0llywood
on 06 February 2014 - 12:04 PM
As the guy who goes to Vegas every 3-4 months, I have a lot of do's and dont's.
First off, where are you staying? Depending on your price range, the same amount of money you spend on 3 star hotel A will get you a better room at 5 star hotel B.
Second. Strip clubs..are you into strip clubs? Like most strip clubs, no alcohol = full nudity. alcohol = topless. Go to OG (Olympic Garden's) which has a very liberal touching policy. Or you can go to Palomino's which is the only game in town that has nudity and alcohol (Also if you swing that way, there's a male revue section there too).
If you want to go party on the cheap, this is what I recommend 1000% percent. There is a company called Vegas Crawl. You pay a flat fee of say $85.00 for the night and that includes entry to two bars at two different hotels, and then entry to three night clubs. You also get I think like 1-2 drinks at each location. Pretty effin bad ass. The last place you end up on Saturday night is a place called the Foundation which is on a balcony on the very top of Mandalay Bay. This is the view and at 2:00 a.m. it's pretty bad ass.
If you want to go check our a real Sports Book, I recommend going to the Palazzo's Legasse's stadium. You will not be disappointed.
Gambling? What is your pleasure? Only pussies play slots. So if you are looking for table games, the cheap/older hotels go $3 hands (Hooters) to $5 (New York New York) to $25.00 minimums at Bellagio or play high roller at the Wynn ($1,000 tables).
Are you the outdoors type? There's the Hoover Dam, Red Rock and even helicopter tours over the Grand Canyon. There are also outdoor gun ranges that allow you to shoot every single weapon they have in their arsenal.
There's a bus on the strip called the Deuce that goes up and down. It comes in handy when you are wasted.
The article is ESPNInsider so I will only post a snippet. However, the article singles out Star, Kawaan, Luke and TD but doesn't mention a single offensive player.
Stepping Up: We'll get to why they were so much more effective, but there's no denying that the duo of Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis delivered in 2013 with their combined grade shooting up by 12.0 points. Most of the hype has been directed at Kuechly, the tackling machine who was cast as the figurehead of the Panthers' resurgence. But it's actually Davis who graded better, chiefly because of his work in coverage. In an increasingly pass-happy league teams need their linebackers to be able to cover, and Davis is really something special in that regard. He earned the highest grade of all 4-3 outside linebackers in that facet of play.
Wait for year end deals.Volkswagen, Honda and others will have zero down deposit deals. You pretty much drive off with the previous years vehicles that they cannot sell. As to the mileage, you can negotiate having a total allotted 12k-15k miles/year by paying an extra $40/month.