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Seven days of tasty observations and bite-sized commentary from Vegas and beyond, served 140 characters at a time. Curated by @marseniuk, published every Thursday—get ’em while they’re hot!

We need a Cashier School. The next time a cashier hands you bills, coins & receipt in ONE hand, stare back & refuse to take it.less than a minute ago via UberSocial for BlackBerry Favorite Retweet Reply

I wanna meet the guy that invented beer, and buy that guy a beer! #v7less than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

I think it should be reversed – the older you get the less of a hangover the next dayless than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

Oh how the drunk dial has evolved. I used to only have to shamefully check my texts, now I have to go thru FB, twitter and g+. #V7less than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

Where else but Vegas would you see @FlavorFlav hangin out with @vinceneil #lovemylifeless than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

110 degrees and breezy today in #Vegas. Like living in front of a giant hair dryer. Whew!!less than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet Reply

Every circumstance offers an opportunity to be a better version of yourself.less than a minute ago via Twitter for iPhone Favorite Retweet Reply

Clock watching would be more exciting with explosionsless than a minute ago via UberSocial for BlackBerry Favorite Retweet Reply

Unfair. I eat 45 hot dogs, I’m called a glutton. They do it in Coney Island, they’re called “champion.” Double standard.less than a minute ago via UberSocial for BlackBerry Favorite Retweet Reply

Sometimes the sun shines all over your assless than a minute ago via Twitter for BlackBerry® Favorite Retweet Reply

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