Back from Las Vegas, where hands were shaken, bets were placed (I walked away with a tidy profit from roulette, actually,) and maybe, just maybe some deals were made.
Vegas is an odd city, and that’s only if it actually qualifies as such. Cities to me have a strange organic flow about them, something that places like London, New York, and San Francisco exemplify. Vegas is, due to its arbitrary mini-environments, anything but organic – it’s more of a development with a population of 1.7 million. I’d call it an urban experiment, but it’s obvious that whatever scientist is supposed to be watching it has wandered off for a tea break.
Sorry about the lack of updating – wireless was sporadic at best and frankly, I thought spending quality time in Star Trek: The Experience (Klingon Encounter rocks, Borg Invastion 3-D is mostly stupid) and catching up with Svea and her folks was more important than ruining your minds.
Anyhow, I’ve returned. How are you? You look good! No, really. Have you lost some weight?