Vegas Vivió

Dear Readers,

A sick, old hotel building finally got torn down on Fremont Street, Las Vegas, NV, USA.  The dust and stench were intolerable at times, despite inordinate amounts of water used to wet down the tear down.  The smell of rot was unmistakable as it emanated from the demolition.  You could see whole toilets, curtains, fiberglass insulation, ductwork, drywall, glass windows, concrete and steel beams all pulverized into enormous piles that were then sifted and sorted by men in machines.

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When the noise pollution finally ended, this sign appeared:

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Plans to build yet another casino with yet another hotel and yet another parking garage and yet another night club and yet another massage parlor and so on.  And twice the currently allowed height?  How could there be a need for more of the same old past, obsolete business model?

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After all, the blue building project failed multiple times and now poses a hazard because the city must pay the cost of tearing it down.

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Furthermore, since Wynn lost, like an oxymoron, Vegas has become a real ghost town.

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Custom Roof Ventilation (see above tip of arrow)

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Looks like they didn’t take it too well when their business failed.

Even the hotel next to the proposed building site appears to be abandoned, in which case it would be easier to tear it down before building another building next to it.

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As the “For Rent” and “For Lease” signs flourish, the homeless population also explodes.

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Report: Las Vegans still struggling with debt, money management

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The pharmaceutical industry should take better care of those they have harmed, rather than adorning their buildings with silkwood walls from Africa.

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Everybody who turns to the Lord can be saved, everyone!  God loves you!

Lots of Love, Marie 

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