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February 14, 2013

Richard asks…

How are the polls showing Reid winning when most of the state is red?

They are only half way through the votes, I understand the whole pollling thing…but PA was down until about 90% then red took it away…there is no way to call it. There was just a guy on tv saying realisticly it is way too early to call NV and races have been called too soon in the past.
I’m not a troll…I am wondering because PA was Toomey 33%, Sestak 57% half way through and Toomey won in the last 10%

Administrator answers:

Las Vegas

Jenny asks…

really good addicting tv show to watch?

i just finished watching all six seasons of Lost and i lovedddddd it. any suggestions of what other interesting tv shows to watch?

Administrator answers:

NCIS: Los Angeles
CSI: Miami
Flashpoint (don’t know if it coming back)
$h*! My Dad Says
Undercover Boss
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Ones I only check out and watch sometime, NOT all the time
Criminal Minds
Law And Order SVU
Blue Blood
Hawaii Five-0
Law And Order LA (thinking about regularly watching it)
Body Of Proof
Holmes Inspection

Don’t have HBO only basic cable but this is good
Boardwalk Empire

For old shows that are good, I use to watch them
The West Wing
The Agency
The Unit
The Man From Uncle (when there was reruns)
The A-Team
Knight Rider (original)
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles
The Strip (Short live show)
Las Vegas
The Untouchables (1993-1994 series)
Head Of The Class
Full House
Step By Step
Arrested Development

Laura asks…

Where do they celebrate Mardi Gras in Las Vegas?

I cannot find any mention of any gatherings or parties in Vegas for Mardi Gras this year, Tuesday, February 20th. I even checked the Rio Casino and cannot find a calendar of events that lists any special events on that day. What do the locals do? Anything?

Administrator answers:

Orleans celebrates “Mardi Gras”

Rio celebrates “Carnival”

They have a pretty good time down on Fremont Street, it ain’t Bourbon Street but it’s fun..You can call them to see what they have scheduled for this year – 702-678-5600 –

The Fremont Street Experience is four blocks long, the over head light show has 12.5 million LCD modules. It’s an incredible show, if you haven’t seen it, it’s worth it just to see the light show.It’s like watching the Grand Canyon of big screen TV’s. They ususlly have at least one band stage and several street performers going.

Las Vegas doesn’t go out of it’s way to celebrate Mardi Gras, but, I’m pretty sure you will have a good time if you concentrate your time at the Orleans and Fremont Street.

The Orleans was voted by ” Trip Advisor” as the #2 “best value” hotel in the WORLD. This is an honor voted on by travelers like you and I… “The Orleans is kind of trashy too, just kind of low class” > you get some less than intelligent comments on YA too…

Donna asks…

Do non-americans think that all america is, is the jersey shore, teen mom, and the kardashians?

To the rest of the world, does america come off as the people on tv? What do you envision when you think of America?

Administrator answers:

Incredibly stupid people do, yes. (“It’s on the telly, so it must be true!”) What is also amusing is that of the TV shows that are exported to other countries from the US are usually FAR more popular in other countries (two examples: Baywatch, and Married… With Children).

@Nameless: New York City is NOTHING like “Friends” (the rents are very high and the apartments are very small, yet everyone on TV who lives in New York has a huge stove, a side-by-side fridge, and large apartments, yet they have either no job or poorly-paying jobs. Most Californians live quite far away from the beach (or live somewhere where it’s relatively cold, like the Bay Area), so they rarely have go to the beach. Washington DC IS more or like what you’ve seen. So is Las Vegas. (LV is nearly as tacky as Blackpool, but quite a bit warmer.)

Maria asks…

What ever happened to Meagan’s show on VH1?

I started watching “Meagan wants a millionaire” on vh1, then all of a sudden, it just went off the air in the middle of the shows. What happened? Were the ratings too low?

Administrator answers:

VH-1 took it off the air. I believe it was the runner up on the show killed his wife in Las Vegas and then fled to Canada where he was from. Then committed suicide. When they found out that he killed his wife they took everything from the show off their website and off tv.

Paul asks…

Recommendations for a good TV series to rent on DVD?

Would like to get into another good series to watch…we’ve already watched “24″ and “Prison Break” and would like something maybe along the same sort of lines…suspenseful and interesting. I thought of the series “Lost” but I’m not sure if we’d like it or not. Does anybody have any other recommendations? Much appreciated!

Administrator answers:

I love “lost”
also “house” is a fantastic show and so is “las vegas”

Donald asks…

What time is daylight savings time?

I’m in Las Vegas, and I have to work tomorrow at 5:30 am and don’t wanna be late. It’s 12:15 am now, and my computer or tv time didn’t set back an hour yet??? Why is that? I heard it sets back at 2am but I’ve never heard of that before…What time should I set it back? I’m just making sure it’s 2nite also. Thanks.

Administrator answers:

Daylight savings time ends tonight at 2am. You don’t have to wait until then to set your clock back though. Just set your clocks back 1 hour before you go to bed and in the morning they will show the right time.

Ken asks…

In poker, some people may reference to a “Dead Mans Hand.” How, when and where did this originate?

I really need this! answers a.s.a.p!!
It has something to do with Western movies/tv

Administrator answers:

The dead man’s hand is a two-pair poker hand, namely “aces and eights.” The hand gets its name due to the legend of it having been the five-card-draw hand held by Wild Bill Hickok at the time of his murder (August 2, 1876). It is accepted that the hand included the aces and eights of both of the black suits although his biographer, Joseph Rosa, says no contemporary citation for his hand has ever been found but the “accepted version is that the cards were the ace of spades, the ace of clubs, two black eights (clubs and spades), and either the jack of diamonds or the queen of diamonds as the “kicker”. The term, before the murder of Hickok, referred to a variety of hands. The earliest found reference to a “dead man’s hand” is 1886, where it was described as “three jacks and a pair of tens.”

There are various claims as to the identity of Hickok’s fifth card, and there is also some reason to believe that he had discarded one card, the draw was interrupted by the shooting, and he never got the fifth card he was due.

The Stardust in Las Vegas had a 5 of diamonds on display as the fifth card; in the HBO television series Deadwood, a 9 of diamonds is used; the modern town of Deadwood, South Dakota also uses the 9 of diamonds in displays; and Ripley’s Believe it or Not shows a queen of clubs.

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