And in response to that increase, organizations that offer help for addictions will require more funding. Member Login Logout My Account. NickPappageorgio The sucker at the table. The gambling industry in Nevada has been relatively stationary for the past several years. In MN I think it already is
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But back then, I was still one of them and people don't look young until you are old lolol. In washington it's Most casinos are 21 and older though.
Those that allow 18yo have them put a wrist band on to identify. Don't know how effective this is though. Still have to card. I guess we'll let you join It's 18 in Oklahoma and they serve booze, but not comped. I hope neither get dropped to 18, ugh. Many drink and gamble as it is, but neither are habits that need to be nurtured.
Ppl always argue the military thing, but the fact is: And, if you want to gamble, you will! You just won't be able to either in excess or in a public forum. I see military kids that turn 18 and are in places like Germany become raging alcoholics. Oh gosh, this could be bad. Sent from my XT using Tapatalk. NickPappageorgio The sucker at the table. Back in the old days, when Milli Vanilli was still considered a legitimate, Grammy winning music act, Louisiana's gambling and drinking age was 18 while Texas' was So you basically had the Isle of Capri and Harrah's.
Oh it was awful. Back then the riverboat casinos had zero in terms of air filtration systems so everyone on the boat was pretty much breathing the same smoke with the same set of lungs.
The alcohol was free, but the pours were microscopic. And the gambling was some of the worst you've ever seen. Given that most of the people on the trips were either Freshmen in college or Seniors in High School there wasn't much sophistication. All kids should have that option. Last September I went on a trip with friends to Winstar in Oklahoma there was no winning involved.
I saw very few young people. My friends and I were probably on the "younger" side compare to most -- and we are all in our 50s. There was a young group of guys at a blackjack table I played at. They were all SMU graduates so they weren't teenagers.
I don't know how I would feel about the age dropping to 18 in Vegas to gamble. They still will not be able to legally purchase an adult beverage unless Nevada drops the drinking age to 18 also. I know back in the days when Reagan was President he threatened to hold back Federal highway money for states that didn't adopt the 21 years of age to purchase alcohol.
There are some exceptions in almost every state regarding consumption of alcohol and a couple of states allow 18 y.