A Night On The Reservation

Bitter and I were guests of the Pequot Indian tribe this evening at Foxwoods Casino Resort in Connecticut.   We were “special guests” of Wynonna Judd at her Christmas Concert that Bitter’s brother is the lighting director of.  It was a good show.  Wynonna is an amazing singer.

I’m also happy to report I put 10 dollars in a 5 cent slot and won 50 dollars.   At that point, I decided to quit while I’m ahead, and left the casino.  We took their land, and now I’m only happy to take a little of their money.

4 Responses to “A Night On The Reservation”

  1. Jym says:

    Just remember to have some chicken noodle soup, Sprite, and Dayquil around in case they give you blankets infected with SARS.

  2. countertop says:

    Good deal. Went to Foxwoods a couple of times when I lived in Rhode Island. Not big on gambling at places like that. Always thought it was sad to see all the senior citizens at the one armed bandits, wasting away their retirement money. If they can afford it, fine, but I often wondered.

    That said, I do love the dice. Always find my way to a craps table in Vegas (where they don’t have the troublesome senior citizens center bus/day trips)

  3. Alcibiades McZombie says:

    I thought the seniors used Social Security money to gamble…

  4. straightarrow says:

    I hate casinos. I really do. I used to buy toys for my children called ‘Busy Box’, it made all kinds of noises, bells, clicks, rings, things spun and twirled and just managed to keep the attention of an 18 month old child. Damned if I enjoy being treated the same way in my seventh decade.