I’m almost never at a loss for words – but I can’t find any to comment on this story.
by John Nitrox, on August 8 2013
@ 2:30 am
I believe that it should be up to Caesars to decide what people want and what they want to sell. That’s what freedom is all about. If that many people think that Las Vegas is Disneyland then where do they suggest that adults that want to gamble and have adult pleasures with their wives should go. Las Vegas casinos should never have suggested that Las Vegas was like Disneyland and was for children. It was a bad decision for casinos and Las Vegas shouldn’t be for children.
by jack potts, on August 8 2013
@ 6:15 am
Isn’t there a better topic to write about? I think it’s time for a vacation.
by Kevin Lewis, on August 8 2013
@ 8:07 am
1. We are not an advanced or evolved nation–many, if not most people in the US are afraid of sex and believe in The Man in the Sky. Fifty people being graphically slaughtered in a movie is perfectly OK, but two of them screwing is obscene. Hm. I would lay heavy odds that many of those opposing the selling of sex toys are enthusiastic champions of gun love (ironically, both endorsing and misinterpreting the Second Amendment, while ignoring the First).
2. Any person or organization that hires a lawyer named “Tabitha Fiddyment” to represent them deserves to win.
by Bruno Flipper, on August 8 2013
@ 5:04 pm
After visiting Laughlin many times, the sex shop would only be a historical museum for most of the clientele.
But then the city promotes the annual bike rally and biker gang shooting gallery in Harrah’s.
by Jerry McEwen, on August 9 2013
@ 6:56 am
I believe in freedom, I own guns, I am a Christian, and my 4 kids tell you all you need to know about my sex life. That said, I would urge Caesars not to include sex toys in their gift shop, nor would I encourage them to sell guns or Christian literature. There are better places for all of those things. My first visit to Las Vegas in 1948 was as a child, as was the first visit of my 1st three kids. Some families have no other choice than to bring their kids if they come, even though most Vegas attrations are for adults, so let the kids at least go to the gift shop in peace.
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