Facebook Down? myVegas Not Working? Don't Panic. We've Got Your Free Stuff, Right Here.
internet-based narcissism engine social media website "Facebook" crashed today, taking down with it the data miner social gaming platform "myVegas". As most of you are aware, myVegas allows players of simulated casino games to earn comps at MGM properties throughout Las Vegas. Without it, many users were left wondering how they might ever enjoy a Vegas trip again without fantastic entitlements like a free 8 oz. Domestic Draft at Todd English P.U.B., or a Short House Drip at Sambalatte. Worry not. Here are a few complimentary things that a person can still get while Facebook is Zuck in the mud.
Dental Kits. Behind the high limit area at Bellagio, you'll find one of the nicest public washrooms in Las Vegas. Clean floors. Real cloth towels. And complimentary dental kits. Think about it - have you ever seen a high roller with spinach stuck in his teeth?
Keno Crayons. Used for marking keno cards, these waxy writing instruments are free for the taking, and they make a nice take-home gift for the kiddos. We suggest tucking several inside of a recycled crush-proof Marlboro Lights box for the true "Crayola" effect. When your children ask why all of the crayons are black, tell them, "Because that is the color of daddy's soul, honey."
Money. Some myVegas players may be surprised to learn that its Facebook games are actually replications of the games found in most Las Vegas casinos. And unlike the myVegas computer simulation, brick and mortar casinos reward players with currency, which can be redeemed in the city's hotels, restaurants, bars - heck, just about anyplace that accepts legal tender!
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