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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Boomtown Casino In Mississippi

This is the Boomtown Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. We went there yesterday to play and as usual I play the penny machine, just taking my time to enjoy the penny slot machine. Funny that there are so many people playing the penny machines. I also noticed that there are so many Asian who work in this Casino Hotel. Most of them are Vietnamese. The place is very nice and the person who is checking the guests to get in the Casino is an elderly woman from Guam but looked like a Filipino. She ask me of my ID. But, I didn't bring any, I told her I am 37 years old and she wanted a proof so, I showed her a Philippine Professional ID that has my birthdate. But, she said, that is not applicable and invalid in the US. She got confused probably. She had to ask the guest the ID to know the birthdate and figure the age. Not, the identity. But, later on she said, she will admit me anyway to get in the Casino. I did not bring my bag that is why hahaha. I only brought cellphone and bankcards. We will be back anyday this week and I am ready hahaha.

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