Become a Stripper in Las Vegas

Plan to arrive in Las Vegas on a Monday through Friday as you will not be able to do the necessary paperwork on the weekend. Also get started early in the morning, even though it's Vegas, these government offices are only open during normal business hours.

When you come to Las Vegas make sure that you bring the following with you: 2 forms of Identification (driver's license, state issued ID, social security card, military ID, DD214, US passport, naturalization certificate, baptismal certificate, and Alien ID card ) If you are under 25, a state issued birth certificate is also required. This is not negotiable, you will not get a Sheriffs Card without it. If you were not born in the United States, then you must bring one of the following: Naturalization Certificate; US Passport, US birth certificate; Egypt Alien ID Card.

Research clubs online and make a list of places you would like to work. If you are over 21, you can work in any club in Las Vegas. If you are between the ages of 18-20, do not despair! You can still work, but you are limited to the full nude clubs that do not serve alcohol.

When you arrive in Las Vegas, you will need to go to any club and get a signed referral slip. You will need this referral slip to get what is called the Las Vegas Sheriff's Card. Basically it is just a state issued ID card for people who work in the casino and entertainment industry. The club where you get the referral does not have to be where you plan to work; you just need the paperwork. Just walk in and tell them that you are a dancer looking for a job and you want a referral slip for a Sheriff's Card. They hear this often, and some places will even have a packet right there ready to give you with all of the information. Do not be discouraged if the first club does not give you the paperwork. Strippers are a dime a dozen in Las Vegas, and often times the person you ask for the paperwork is just too lazy to get up and look for it. Just move on to the next club. Allow an hour or two if you are not familiar with the city of Las Vegas and where the clubs are located, to drive around and get this referral slip.

Keep in mind it does not matter what club you get the referral slip from. You do not have to work there! Once you have your Sheriff's card, you can audition at any club you want. For many years, Cheetah's was known for being the easiest club to get the referral slip. The door girl had a stack of them and they would hand out hundred a day. Over time it became too well known that Cheetah's would hand out the referral slips … so everyone went there first and then never came back to work there! As a result, they stopped helping out the referrals at the door and you now have to speak to a manager.

Take your two forms of ID, birth / naturalization certificate if needed, signed referral slip, and $ 45 to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Fingerprinting Office. It is in the suburbs west of Mandalay Bay off Russell Road between 8 am and 4pm, Monday-Friday. The address is: 5880 Cameron St Las Vegas, NV (702) 828-3271

Bring a book or magazine and prepare to wait at least an hour and a half for the fingerprinting and background check. If you have outstanding warrants or an extensive criminal history, your Sheriff's Card will most likely be denied. If you are approved, you will not have to do this process again for another five years.

Now that you have your work card, you'll need a business license. You can get your Nevada state business license at the Department of Taxation.

The two locations are:

Grant Sawyer Office Building 555 E. Washington Ave Suite 1300 Las Vegas, Nevada

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2550 Paseo Verde Suite 180 Henderson, Nevada 89074

You can go to either location. The cost for a business license is $ 200 and it is valid for one year. You will be given a temporary license that can be used immediately and a permanent copy will be sent to you in the mail.

Take the work card, and temporary business license to the club where you want to work. Most Las Vegas strip clubs are open twenty four hours. The prime night shifts start at 9pm, so go to the club at that time to get hired. Since there are so many girls showing up daily to get hired, many of the clubs do not make you change out of your street clothes to audition. Rather they evaluate you based on your appearance in your street clothes, so look sexy! Most of the clubs have their own rules as to dress code, and they will let you know what those rules are. Some are gown clubs, others you can wear whatever costume you like.

The club will make a copy of your business license, and want to see your Sheriff's Card. You will need to show your Sheriff's Card every time you show up for work. Some clubs will add a sticker with a bar code on the back of the card, other clubs use fingerprint recognition software to identify you when you walk in the club. You should also keep a copy of your business license in your purse, just in case. Be sure to renew your business license every year. You will get paperwork in the mail reminding you to do so.

Stripping in Las Vegas is a completely different experience than striking in other metropolitan cities. The supply and demand of this industry is somewhat unique in Vegas. Because the clubs are bigger and have more staff means that you have more bad dancers. It's just the Pareto Principle (80/20 Rule) exemplified through larger numbers. It's more difficult to see the effects of this in a club with 20 dancers, but in a club with 250, it's more obvious. THIS is why you have guys who waive dancers away or turn their back to the tip-rail. It's because in a club with 200 dancers in it, you have 160 of them who have not got a clue what to do correctly to make the customers want to buy. As a result, you have guys who have been badgered by seven or eight "Wanna dance" girls before you show up. As a result they tend to be pickier and sometimes more standoffish to find the right girl to spend their money.

Unlike your home club, you will not get to choose the music for your stage set. In fact, many entertainers opt to pay extra to NOT have to go onstage. There are different philosophies for why this could be beneficial. In some clubs there are so many girls, that not very many customers are watching the stages. For every song you are onstage, you could be selling a lapdance. In other clubs, the stage tipping is very good; so it worth being on the rotation. Use your best judgment.

Many of the clubs post a schedule of conventions in the dressing room. You can access this schedule online. Some of the biggest conventions of the year are Consumer Electronic Show and The Adult Video Network in January, World of Concrete and MagicOnline in February, March Madness and ConExpo every 3 years in March, NAB in April, ICS in May, Gentlemen's Club Expo in August, and SEMA in November.

Also, cross reference hotel room rates for the higher priced casinos like Bellagio, Wynn, and Venetian. Anytime there is an abnormal spike in room rates reflects an increased demand for hotel rooms.

OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course – Required by 7 States

OSHA (The United States Occupational Safety and Health Administration) has developed a program to promote safety in the construction industry by standardizing a set of requirements known as the OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course. This course has been so broad and successful, that many states require workers to take the OSHA 10 Course before working on publicly funded jobs. This course can be taken online through an OSHA accepted provider.

A summary of the requirements for each state follows:

New York State .

Every worker needs to be certified as having completed an OSHA 10 safety training course on public work projects of $ 250,000 or more. The intent is to require that all employees of public work contractors receive such training "prior to the performing any work on the project."

Proof of completion may include a copy of a course completion card. Online courses from an accredited provider are acceptable.

The requirements went into effect on July 18, 2008.

Nevada

Every worker and supervisor needs to be certified as having completed an OSHA safety course with 60 days of employment at a construction site. Workers need to complete the 10 Hour Construction course.

The statement provides for fines and termination of employment to enforce compliance.

The law went into effect on January 1, 2010.

Additional Requirements for Nevada In addition to the requirement that workers complete the OSHA 10 Hour construction course, supervisors need to complete the OSHA 30 hour course. OSHA cards for Nevada expire after 5 years.

Missouri

Every worker needs to complete the OSHA 10 course with 60 days of employment at a public works construction site. Missouri defines it as a "public works" project even if it is only funded by local or state public funds. There are a few small exceptions for rail crossing and public utility projects.

Online courses are acceptable, from an accredited provider.

The requirements became effective on August 28, 2009.

Massachusetts

All employees to be employed at the worksite needs to complete the OSHA 10 hour construction course before beginning work on the worksite.

Any employee found on a worksite subject to this section without documentation of successful completion of the OSHA 10 hour course will be subject to immediate removal. The Mass. law specifically says "At least 10 hours" so the OSHA 30 hour construction course would also enable the worker to meet these requirements.

Online courses are acceptable, from an accredited provider.

The law went into effect in 2004.

New Hampshire

All on-site employees, working on publicly funded (including state, or local municipality) projects of $ 100,000 or more, must complete the OSHA 10 Hour Construction course prior to beginning work. An employee who has not completed the program will be subject to removal from the worksite after 15 days of being found to be non-compliant.

The New Hampshire law provides for penalties to the employer of up to $ 2,500 and a civil penalty of $ 100 per employee for each day of noncompliance.

Online courses are acceptable, from an accredited provider.

The law went into effect in 2007.

Connecticut

The 10 hour construction course is required for all employees of any public building project paid for in whole or part by state funding, or any of its agencies, where the total cost is over $ 100,000.

Each contractor needs to furnish proof that all employees have taken the OSHA 10 hour construction course within 30 days of being awarded the contract. Employees who have not completed the course are subject to removal from the worksite.

As in all situations, the OSHA 10 hour course completion card or other proof, like a completion certificate is required to show compliance.

The law went into effect in 2007.

Special circumstances for Connecticut . The OSHA 10 hour construction course must be retaken every 5 years. There are some exceptions for the requirement that include site work, roads or bridges, rail lines, parking lots or underground water, sewer or drainage systems including pump houses or other utility systems.

Rhode Island

Rhode Island requires that all workers on municipal and state construction projects with a total project cost of over $ 100,000 complete the OSHA 10 hour construction course. This requirement is for on-site workers, including, construction workers, contractors, project developers, site managers, and / or any other individual (s) working on a jobsite. Law enforcement officers and / or jobsite security are exempt, as are all federal, state and municipal government inspectors. Fines for non compliance are between $ 250 and $ 950, per indemnity, per day.

This requirement began in 2004.

Local and other Municipalities

A large number of smaller government agencies, including, city, county and other municipal agencies have adopted this standard as well. This list grows consistently. Even some state universities have made the OSHA 10 hour construction course a requirement for work at the university. If you are doing work on any government project, check for special requirements they may have.

OSHA 10 Hour Construction Course – State Summary

The OSHA 10 hour construction course is required in the states of New York, Nevada, Missouri, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Rhode Island for work on publicly funded projects of varying amounts. Additionally, the states of Nevada and Connecticut require the course to be retaken every 5 years. In all cases, the online version of the OSHA 10 hour construction course meets these requirements and is a fast, efficient way to obtain the training needed.

Incorporate A Small Business

TAXES:

Incorporate and keep some of your Home Business Earnings. If you are not incorporated you can only write off your expenses to the level of your personal marginal tax rate. If incorporated there is a large list of expenses which can be written off at 100%. Why use a Nevada Incorporation Service? WYOMING is a better choice. You can use online incorporation services and it's easier than incorporating Nevada. Delaware incorporating is 'Old Hat' for the 'Big Cats'. Florida business incorporation has nothing to compare with Wyoming.

THERE ARE NO STATE TAXES IN WYOMING ON CORPORATIONS.

If you choose to incorporated in Wyoming your company may not pay State taxes at all. Stop for a minute and think what you paid last year in your States income tax. If you are comparing NEVADA and Wyoming, keep in mind that the NEVADA State Legislature, very recently, almost passed a tax on corporations. Do not gamble that this will not happen. Wyoming never has and will never have a state income tax on corporations. Wyoming has a budget surplus.

NEWS FLASH: LOSS OF PRIVACY IN NEVADA CORPORATIONS.

As of June 1, 2005 NEVADA requires the Social Security number, date of birth, resident addresses, and telephone numbers of all shareholders, partners, officers, managers and members of all companies formed in the state. Read on and see why this need not be an issue.

PRIVACY – Wyoming allows: Bearer Shares, Nominee Officers and Lifetime Proxies. Attorneys and Accountants are often asked to provide an anonymous 'company cover' for their clients, for added privacy. To do this you need to have possession of the 'bearer share' stock certificate and appoint nominee officers and / or directors for the company. This can be arranged in Wyoming. NEVADA does not have them.

STATE FEES:

Wyoming initial state fees are 75% less than NEVADA's, after you include the 'HIDDEN' officer filing fees of $ 125, that they bill you for after you start your company and ADD the new $ 100 PER YEAR business license fee that they bill you after you start your company, NEVADA has one of the highest initial incorporation fees in the nation! Wyoming does not require a state business license and does not charge an officer filing fee. Wyoming's second year fee is one of the lowest in the nation at $ 50. All this means a quality company package in Wyoming is much less expensive overall than in NEVADA. And the outstanding years state fee will be over 77% less every year in Wyoming!

ASSET PROTECTION:

A Wyoming corporation or LLC offers its officers and directors a higher degree of protection from lawsuits filed by disgruntled creditors or over zealous blatiff attorneys. Doing business as a Wyoming Corporation or LLC can give you greater asset protection and business privacy. The more information about you that appears in the public record the easier it is for you to become a target. It's not pleasant to be targeted in our litigious society by Attorneys seeking a 'Deep Pockets' Straw Man. The assumption is that an out of court settlement is cheaper than court. Wyoming will ask only for a simple 'Annual Report' which requires disclosure of only those assets located within the state of Wyoming and the name of one person, usually the one who submits the report.

The first LLC statutes in the United States were incorporated in Wyoming in 1977. Wyoming has had limited liability companies available longer than any other state and has strong laws protecting the members and managers of an LLC and also the officers and directors of C corporations.

So, Wyoming HAS:

* No State Income Taxes

* Privacy allowed

* Shareholders are not listed with the state

* Best Asset Protection Laws

* Bearer Shares are allowed

* Nominee officers are legal

* Citizenship not required

* State tax not being considered

* Wyoming draws little attention

* No NEVADA 'Stigma'

* Lower Startup Costs

Wyoming does not have:

* Personal income tax

* Corporate income tax

* Inventory tax

* Gross receipts tax

* Franchise tax

* Burdensome regulations

* Disclosure of shareholders

* Business or 'per-quota' tax

* Excise tax

* Sales, property and inheritance taxes are among the lowest in America

Some Other Advantages:

* Most states limit the number of shares that you are authorized to issue; in Wyoming you can issue as many shares as you wish (without any additional costs or fees) by simply making the proper entries in your Articles of Incorporation. If you intend to eventually take your company public, unlimited shares will be of great importance to you.

* Some states require that you have more than one person to serve as the various officers and directors of your corporation. In Wyoming you can be all Officers & Directors yourself. This can allow you great flexibility and control over your Corporation.

* An astonishing level of anonymity can be yours. The suggestion is NOT that you need to be 'secretive' and certainly not that you do anything illegal or even improper. Today's state of affairs can lead to your involvement in a lawsuit or litigation for merely appearing to have assets. Some consider you 'Rich' if you have money left after Taxes. This perception of 'wealth' alone can make you a target. Wyoming allows you to use 'nominee officers / directors', meaning that anyone you choose can appear on the public record in your place offering you great financial privacy. You may also use nominee or 'third party' shareholders who can be the owners of record of the stock which you control. This type of service is available on a Fee Schedule depending on the level of service required by the Client. As an officer or director you can not be held responsible for the debts of the corporation – Wyoming law is quite strong in this respect and holds generally that as long as you did not intentionally break the law you are protected from claims against the corporation.

* Minimum Red Tape: Low annual fees – The annual fees in Wyoming are based solely on the value of corporate assets located within the state. The minimum is $ 50 and a million dollars worth of assets within the state of Wyoming would cost you only $ 200. That's right, $ 200 in fees for every million dollars worth of assets that you keep within the state of Wyoming. There are no fees for assets outside of the state. So almost all businesses that are incorporated here only owe a fee to the state of $ 50.00 per year. Wyoming requires no minimum capitalization. You can fund your corporation with as little as you wish. It is generally a good idea to capitalize at a level that is appropriate with others in your industry or business, especially if you are looking for Joint Ventures. Wyoming does not require that you hold your annual meetings in Wyoming. In fact you never actually have to set foot in the State, although The Tetons and Jackson Hole are places everyone should see. Maui makes for a nice Annual Meeting. Use your imagination.


LIFETIME PROXY:

When asked late in life how he accrued a personal net worth upwards of one billion dollars, John D. Rockefeller reportedly replied that the

'secret' was 'own nothing and control everything'.

That is good advice for many reasons (no one can take from you something you do not own) but it is sometimes more easily said than done. By allowing another person or entity to own shares in a corporation, you can use proxies to maintain complete control. The problem is that most state laws require proxies to expire and be subrequently renewed every six or seven years. This could be a problem if the 'Legal Owner' decides not to renew your proxy. Wyoming allows for lifetime proxies thereby protecting you from that development.

One More Feature:

If you already have a corporation – Once again Wyoming offers unparallel flexibility. By filing a few simple forms your existing corporation can become a bona fide Wyoming Corporation. Your existing corporation can retain its original incorporation date after becoming a Wyoming corporation. Anyone examining the Wyoming public record will see a corporation dating back as far as your current corporation does. You can promptly become a Wyoming Corporation without losing the many benefits of the longevity and continuity of operation.

There May Be Benefits to Incorporating in Foreign States

One of the most common questions for entities wishing to incorporate is – "Where should I integrate?" In fact, an entity can choose from any of the 50 states or the District of Columbia. There has been a great deal of hype about incorporating in certain states that happened to be well-known for having favorable laws for corporations. When an entity elects to incorporated outside its "home" state, the most common states in which the entities include include Delaware and Nevada. However, even taking account of favorable laws in certain states, an entity's "home" state (ie, the state in which the corporation conducts a major of its business) may often be the best state to incorporate.

Due in large part to their liberal incorporation laws and favorable tax policies, the most "incorporation friendly" states are Delaware and Nevada. And here's why …
Should I Incorporate in Delaware?

Delaware's advantages as a place of incorporation range from the Delaware General Corporation Law to the flexibility built into the corporate formation process.

Incorporating in Delaware is generally less expensive than most other states. The initial charge for incorporating in Delaware can be as low as $ 89.00; the annual franchise tax can be as low as $ 65.00 in many cases; and the cost of continuing operations is low as well. There is no Delaware corporate income tax for corporations that are formed in Delaware so long as they do not transact business in Delaware.

Another benefit of Delaware incorporation is Delaware's extensive and often easily interpretable law. Delaware has a separate Court of Chancery (a business court) that does not use juries, but instead utilizes merit-based (not elected) sentences. Because there are no jurisprudence, decisions from the Chancery Court are issued as written opinions, and as such, Delaware has a large body of written legal precedent to rely upon.

Delaware law also allows for a version of the Limited Liability Company called a Serial LLC. Traditionally, an LLC is relatively simple to form and maintain. It is similar to the formation of a sole proprietorship or a partnership, but also provides a layer of protection (the corporate shield) as a limitation of liability. Unlike regular LLCs, Delaware's "Serial" LLC allows different lines of business to be rented separately from each other from a liability standpoint.
Incorporate a Business or Form a Limited Liability Company in the State of Delaware.

Come tax time next year, you'll be glad you did!

What about Nevada?
Nevada began with corporate statutes based on Delaware, and went further to establish a corporate structure that allows investors and owners of Nevada corporations to remain completely private. The Supreme Court of Nevada has consistently taken a very strong stand in the protection of corporate privacy, even when a corporation fails to adhere to basic corporate formalities.

Since the implementation of these privacy statutes in 1991, the number of new incorporations in Nevada has exploded. Unlike most other states, Nevada does not require corporate stockowners to disclose their information. In fact, the information is not kept on file with the state.

Additionally, to ensure privacy, Nevada allows its corporations to use bearer stock certificates, which make it virtually impossible to prove the ownership of a Nevada corporation. Accordingly, owners or investors utilizing bearer shares can have complete control and ownership while remaining anonymous.

Nevada also does not tax the income of its corporations or its state's citizens. A Nevada corporation is also not subject to any other hidden taxes such as franchise taxes, capital stock taxes, or inventory taxes. Sales tax applications only to products sold within the state.
Incorporate a Business or Form a Limited Liability Company in the State of Nevada.
Come tax time next year, you'll be glad you did!

Incorporating in Your Home State May be BEST!

For most small businesses, however, it may still be best to incorporate in the state where your business is based. Many legal and business professionals advise that you incorporated in the state in which your corporation intends to conduct the majority of its business, and, if you intend to do business in only one state, you should participate in that state.

If you incorporated in a state that is traditionally considered to be "corporation friendly," but then conduct business outside your state of incorporation, you will likely have to qualify to do business in the state in which you are conducting business. Qualifying to do business outside your state of incorporation is called "foreign qualifying" or "foreign qualification." Qualifying as a foreign corporation involves: (1) filing the appropriate foreign qualification documentation with the relevant Secretary of State; and (2) paying additional filing and maintenance fees. For some entities it may be worth the additional time and money associated with foreign qualification, but for many corporations, it simply creates an additional, unnecessary headache.

When determining the appropriate state of incorporation, you should undertake the following considerations:
1. What are the tax implications / benefits of incorporating outside your home state vs. incorporating inside your home state?
2. What are the additional costs of incorporating outside your home state and where, if anywhere, must you foreign qualify?
3. Are the corporate laws in one state favorable to the type of business entity you are forming, and how do they affect the obligations of the principals and / orholders of the corporation?

Even though some factors favor incorporating in the "friendly" states of Delaware or Nevada, it may be more expensive and more complicated to incorporate out of state. For this reason, it is important to consult with your attorney or accountant about the pros and cons of incorporating out of state before making your final decision.

Setting Up a LLC in NV or DE

A Limited Liability Company (LLC) can be formed in all 50 US States and the District of Columbia. The states that are considered the best for forming an LLC are the States of Delaware and Nevada.

The advantages of creating an LLC in Delaware include:

· Does not have immunity or citizenship requirements for forming an LLC.

· Franchise taxes are charged at low flat rates to all LLCs.

· No sales tax on goods and services.

· Does not impound business income tax unless you transact business in the State.

· Does not have an information sharing agreement with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Note: if the IRS requests information on business records and issues a subpoena this information will be turned over to the IRS by the State of Delaware.

The advantages of forming an LLC in a state other than your home state are:

· If your home state has high annual LLC fees.

· Your company does not do business in your home state.

The advantages of forming an LLC in your home state are:

· Avoid paying franchise tax and other government fees to more than one state

· Avoid the additional expense of addition registrations (referred to as foreign qualifications) when registering a business in additional states.

Setting up a LLC in NV

States vary in their requirements and policies involving the creation of a Limited Liability Company (LLC). Many believe the State of Nevada, along with State of Delaware, are the best states to setup up a LLC.

Nevada is a particularly popular state for chartering businesses because this State does not have:

· Unique tax policy – the State of Nevada does not have corporate income tax, tax on corporate share, franchise tax, personal income tax, estate tax, or inheritance tax.

· Does not have an information sharing agreement with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Note: if the IRS requests information on business records and issues a subpoena this information will be turned over to the IRS by the State of Nevada.

The State of Nevada is also popular for forming LLC's because personal liability is limited for LLC owner (s) to the amount of their investment in the company; an LLC with two or more members is treated as a partnership; and contractual flexibility due to Nevada law provides rules on matters where members have failed to agree.

Does it make sense to form an LLC in the State of Nevada if you do not do business in the State because of the above reasons? No, because unless you are a Nevada resident operating a business in Nevada, you will need to apportion your business income among the States where your company operates. Basically, for smaller businesses it is best to form an LLC in the State where your company has the most businesses contacts and does the most business.

Sports Betting Tips: When To Bet On A Big Favorite

Have you ever wondered how the sports betting "smart money" became the smart money? Do you wonder what the football betting smart money does differently than the amateurs?

Sports betting experts are not afraid to bet on a heavy favorite, even if it means giving up a lot of points to the betting line. To understand this better, and to see how to make money with sports betting, take a look at my analysis of the Utah St.. vs. Nevada game:

Utah St. at Nevada -29

29 points looks like a lot, but when you're talking about a team like Nevada, I do not think it's enough.

One of the reasons we seem to win a high percentage of our games taking big favorites is because when teams are so completely mis-matched, like in this game with Nevada and Utah St., it's nearly impossible for be odd when they set their lines. In fact it's not the odd makers' job to be accurate -their job is to set the line to balance the money on both sides. Most amateur gamblers have a psychological hang-up of giving so many points.

It's just human nature to want to get things, not give them, so the lines on "big line" games are often much lower than they should be. This is an example of such a game, in my opinion. Nevada is 8-1 ATS this season, averaging over 32 points per game, whle Utah St. has given up 48 and 63 points in their last two games. Nevada has also won their last 5 ATS, and has rushed for a whopping 230, 236, and 222 yards in their last three games. The simple analysis is this: Utah St. is not going to be able to stop Nevada's defense from putting up a lot of points.

The only way Utah St. covers is if they score a lot of points, and that's not going to be likely when you consider they have the # 114th scoring offensive in the country. Add to that the fact that Utah St. has not only been bad SU, but they've also lost 5 of 7 ATS. Nevada is also extremely tough at home, going both 9-1 SU and 9-1 ATS in their last 10 home games. And one final note, Nevada's home field turf, not the grass Utah St.. plays on at home. Utah St. is 0-10 SU in their last 10 games on turf, and 3-7 ATS.

The turf is going to magnify Nevada's speed advantage, and leave Utah St.. grasping at air much of the day. I look for Nevada to run up and down the field, winning easily 48-13.

The actual final score in this game was Nevada 42, Utah st. 0. By repeating this type of analysis over and over, someone serious about sports betting [http://www.davidjamessports.com/index.php] can make big money!

Unique Wedding Venues in Nevada

A large number of brides and grooms seek out unusual places to marry so as to enhance the memories of their special occasion. Northern Nevada offers many such places that are out of the ordinary, but three in particular markedly standout in comparison. Gold Hill Hotel, Saint Mary in the Mountains, and the Orchard House provide a visibly novel setting with each having its own capturing historical origins, giving the couple a matchless experience on a very special day in their life.

Gold Hill Hotel

This ancient hotel dates back to the boom days of Virginia City that began with the Comstock Lode silver strike of 1859. Gold Hill was amidst a great gold discovery and the hotel was quite important during the bustling mining days, especially at the height of the Big Bonanza strike in the 1870's, which was the peak of silver ore extraction that is commonly referred to as the Mother Lode.

The Gold Hill Hotel is situated off of State Route 342 just south of Virginia City overlooking Gold Canyon. The construction of the hotel occurred around 1859, and although portions of the building had decreed over the years, those sections have been fully restored.

One of several different wedding venues within the hotel is the Great Room. The Great Room is very appealing and consist of furniture characteristic of the Victorian era, salient wooden floors, an attractive fireplace, and an aged winding staircase that makes for a grandiose entrance for the bride. When the ceremony is completed, the Great Room converges to the reception hall for toasting and dancing.

The hotel also has a second outdoor wedding venue available. The Gazebo, which is located next to the Brewery Lodge, is just a short jaunt away from the hotel. It is an attractive setting composed of scenic landscaping with picturesque views of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. The Gazebo location functions as a ceremonial site as well as a reception area and is able to accommodate reasonably sizeable parties.

St. Mary in the Mountains

Along the hillsides of Mount Davidson in the legendary ghost town of Virginia City lies the oldest Catholic Church in Nevada and one of the most beautiful structures imaginable capable to host a wedding. The church was built in 1876 upon the ruins of the earlier church structure that was destroyed by the "Great Fire" in 1875.

This magnificent cathedral is truly remarkable with its 140 foot spire, Gothic style interior that's evidenced by the pointed doorways arches and windows, choir loft and galleries, a large beautiful alter, and a 2,264 pound church bell. The bell was part of the former church but survived the catastrophic fire of Virginia City and actually rang for the first time in 1870, the year the original building opened for service.

Although it's over a century old, this beguiling church still radiates great beauty. With exceptional exquisiteness and located within a town that embrace an extraordinarily enriching history of the "Old West", St.. Mary in the Mountains offers an inviting setting for a wonderfully sanctified wedding experience.

Orchard House

Located at the base of the Sierras in Genoa is the Orchard House, a Bed and Breakfast facility located within the heart of Nevada's oldest settlement. The town of Genoa is a quaint and sparsely populated town whose origins date back to 1855 during the "Territorial" days of Nevada. Originally, the area was one that explorers would certainly pass through, but when a trade post was issued in 1851 it soon became a permanent settlement.

The Orchard House devotes several acres of garden and lawn area for ceremonies and receptions. Fruit trees a century old lining the property along with the appealing open garden and lovely landscaping provide a serene setting for most any special occasion. Because of the wide open space of this venue that's dedicated mainly to weddings, it not only allows for sizeable parties of up to 400 guests, but also for a horse and carriage to cart in the bride and groom if they wish to make a grand entrance .

Destination and adventure weddings are alluring to many couples and are often sent after by brides and grooms looking to wed in a somewhat nontraditional way. Wedding events of an unusual nature or those that have rousing historical backgrounds are equally favored as well. Because Nevada has a history rich in "Old West" traditions and contains an abundance of intriguing western settlements established in the 1800's, there are many desirable places for couples to choose from when seeking the extraordinary. Gold Hill Hotel, Orchard House, and St. Louis Mary in the Mountains are only a few of what Nevada has to offer, but are without question three sites that will meet your every expectation if desiring a unique setting and wedding day experience.

Nevada Bed Frame With Guest Beds – The Best Guest Beds Of All Time

Homes are always ideal for socializing with people at anytime of the day and there are times when you throw a simple party or organize a small get together at your home, some of the guests stay overnight to relax and extend the fun. In this case, a need for an extra bedroom to occupy them is not necessary. Just an additional bed like Nevada Frame with Guest beds will do.

There are a wide range of guest bed that you can purchase incase you are working under a low budget. Nevada Frame with Guest Beds comes in different types and shapes to choose from. The single fold types are perfect due to storage purposes while double guest bed can be used for couples visiting your home. A couch is available in almost every home and it is an option as a place to sleep on, but have you ever slept on a couch? It may be comfortable, but chances are, it is either not long or wide enough. If you have a sleeper couch, one that can be converted into a beds, the comfort level will be better.

Nevada Frame with Guest comes also with Futons or fold-out beds, great options for a guest bed. They can be turned into chairs incase you are holding an event in your house. These types of bed are very comfy, low cost, and can be placed in areas of small space. When you are not using them you can fold and keep them out of the way, it is an excellent choice for a dual-purpose room. Futons these days are much more comfortable than the earlier models. Many styles of frames such as wood or frame are offered, so you could easily find the best model suitable for your room then have the mattress of your choice and cover to match your home decor.

Aside from Futons, you might look into a Nevada Frame with Guest Beds roll-a-way bed model. This bed may far exceed the level of comfort of spring roll-a-ways which may be folded in the middle when stored.

The frame with Guest Beds of air mattresses are also a great for limited space. It is an inflatable that can be folded and compressed to store and pack. You can also try a raised mattress to make the height like to that of a standard bed size.

Conspiracy Theory – Earthquake Between Bodie CA and Hawthorne Nevada Was Man Made

Greetings fellow human, I am here once again to give you your conspiracy theory for the day. Now then, I realize that you are familiar and me to come up with the most insane, insidious, and way out theoretical conspiracies on the planet. Indeed, I work very hard to come up with these conspiracy theories each and every day for your Internet reading pleasure and to relieve stress by putting a little humor into your life. Today's conspiracy has to do with a real event, a series of tremors or earthquakes, one of which was above 4.5 on the Richter scale in April of 2011.

The location of these earthquake swarms were between Hawthorne Nevada, home of the military ordnance Depot containing all the old Vietnam era napalm bombs, and the remote town of Bodie California, which happens to have quite a little bit of history behind it. Well, I am here to tell you that these earthquake swarms were man-made. And they were sizable explosions which were set off to exploit Rare Earth Elements under the ground for the purpose of mining.

But how did the mining companies and the US government know that these REEs or Rare Earth Elements were underground there? Well, that's where it gets really interesting. As you may have heard through the grapevine there are aliens living amongst us under the ground in the Nevada desert. We give them our old space fuel rods and radiation, which they use to power up their civilization and spaceships. They indeed trade us for technology, which have military uses, since the reason that Area 51 and S4 are also in the Nevada desert.

Well, the aliens have also dug a tremendous number of tunnels under the desert to their other locations. While they were digging under the ground they ran into some veins of pure gold, or gold which is very surrounded by other elements. Because the United States government has spent so much money, the aliens are worried about humans having an economic collapse, and hurting the United States economy. If the economy is hurting the aliens are suspected that those in charge may not be able to uphold their negotiated agreement with the alien's government.

Since the aliens found gold, they realize that the US Treasury can now back the US currency with gold as it once has in the past. And right now, the United States government along with specifically contracted mining companies in complete confidentiality are digging up that gold, as well as the REE's in the area to help make high-tech military hardware, 100 year spaceships, and the materials needed to complete the F-22 production of fighter planes (titanium).

Those were not earthquakes, they were explosions set off to remove the Earth so that humans can get down to the gold and dig it up, melt into gold blocks to put them into Fort Knox. Once they do they will invite the central banks of the world to view this gold to understand that the US government's currency is once again backed in gold. Indeed, I hope you will please consider this and I hope you loved today's conspiracy theory.

Whiskey Pete's Hotel and Casino – Primm, Nevada

Whiskey Pete's Hotel and Casino is one of three large hotel / casinos in Primm, Nevada. Primm is a California border community, forty miles south of Las Vegas on Interstate-15. It is the nearest Nevada gaming destination for most Southern California residents.

Whiskey Pete's Hotel and Casino opened in 1977. It has an 1800s mining town theme with 777 rooms and two castle towers. Whiskey Pete's offers deluxe rooms, mini suites, and Jacuzzi suites. All rooms have such amenities as flood dryers, ironing boards, high speed Internet access, and in-room movies. Basic rooms typically cost about $ 20 on weekdays and $ 50 on weekends, depending on the season. The hotel is rated at two stars. The hotel is typically the most affordable of the three large hotels in Primm.

The hotel's deluxe rooms are about 310 square feet and can be requested either with a king bed or two queen beds. Mini suites have two personal oval bathtubs with space jets and over 600 square feet of space. Jacuzzi suites have oversized bathrooms and are 725 square feet. The property also has more than 36,000 square feet of casino space featuring slots, keno, table games, and a race and sports book. There are also several dining options, including the Silver Spur Steakhouse, a showroom with headline entertainment, and a large outdoor swimming pool with a water slide.

The name Whiskey Pete originates from the Primm area of ​​original western owner, Pete MacIntyre. During the 1920's, in addition to his convenience store, Pete MacIntyre also had a bootleging operation. Thus, he became known as "Whiskey Pete" and is a popular figure in Primm history. The hotel is a great choice for families on a budget.