A gambling house where millions of suckers part with their change, or their credit cards, or even their retirement savings, just for a chance to win that $2.5 million jackpot which will have a 1/987,150,666,074 chance of occuring in their lifetimes. Those poor folks should have remembered the Law of Large Numbers they learned in Statistics class, but they probably skipped class that day.
The one good thing about casinos is that the pawn shops right next to them usually have all sorts of neat, cheap shit that compulsive gamblers trade for some cash. I even got a Rolex watch for half the price of that in the mall.
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