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    So I came back home this past weekend, and brought my friend with me so that she could see her parents.

    I OCed pretty much the whole weekend. Friday afternoon, walked into the Hilton and up to their room. Her family invited me to dinner, so i left my gun in their room. After the buffet we came back to the room and i put it back on. Walked the strip that night from the Monte Carlo, to TI, and back on the other side of the street.

    We went into the Monte Carlo to get some food for a little bit, and into the Mandalay Bay to meet up with another friend in the lobby. Security either didnt notice, or didnt care. Watched the fountain show, and the TI show. Nobody seemed to notice the whole night, except for a lady in front of Bally's.

    I was coming off the escalator, and that's when i noticed her staring, and asking her boyfriend "Why the F#%$ does he have a gun?!" Im not sure if the look on her face was disgust of fear, but they started walking ahead of us and picked up their pace, the whole time she kept asking the same question to her boyfriend, including profanity, and she wasn't being quiet about it, along with taking obvious glances back at me until they disappeared into the crowd. I had never encountered that before, and since she wasn't asking me directly i was trying to think of a nice way to calm her down, unfortunately i couldn't think of anything until my friend suggested i wave at her next time she looks, it was too late though.

    Sunday morning my friend and i checked out Bellagio's green house, chocolate fountain, and took the tram to Crystals, walked around there, and came back.

    I knew better then to try and carry at BWW sat night, but i will admit, i was nervous about being in the casinos especially after my encounter at Red Rock. Does security allow OC on the casinos at the strip now? Any similar or opposite experiences?


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    Like I said before, the ignorance and lack of knowledge on these people's part is ridiculous.

    I went into a Wendy's with my son after he got out from school. There was a lady waiting for her food to go, I politely asked", are you folks in line? She said "no", I said " thanks" and proceeded to the counter. Apparently she noticed I was OCing as she deliberately changed her location to verify I had a firearm. She then started to display panicky behavior, rushing around to get her napkins and whatever before she left. She did it in such a "grandstanding" fashion, that it brought unnecessary attention and made other guests notice.

    It kind of put's the OC'er in an awkward spot, but I remained calm and kept to myself. One guy waiting looked at me after she left and "unbelievable", meaning her ridiculous behavior.



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    Does security allow OC on the casinos at the strip now? Any similar or opposite experiences?
    A lot of these places are so desperate for customers, they are afraid to deny anyone the opportunity to spend their money in their joint. Not only that, no one wants to be the one to toss a customer then have it cost them their job when the customer complains.
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    Hum, maybe ill pay a visit to the Red Rock again this summer

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