Why does it matter where you run into the variance at? It makes no sense to wait unless you are going to be doing something significantly different in Vegas.Quote: ZenKinG
Hopefully i don't run into some horrible variance in the next 2 weeks or perhaps just not play at all and wait for the trip.
Haha, in 2 weeks............
800+300+300=16.8K plus others, than over 20K.
Why does it matter where you run into the variance at? It makes no sense to wait unless you are going to be doing something significantly different in Vegas.
People here might tell you to wait, but that's only because they are tired of hearing excuses.
$800 a month sounds like a weekly? If it's a weekly don't count on it being a flat $800 once they toss in all the extra charges(and they do). What's the general location?
Where will you do your laundry? It's usually $1 + to wash and $1+ to dry.
It's best if stay away from confrontation at all costs.
If in fact, you do make it to Vegas, I wish you much luck(because saying happy variance is gay/nerdy).
I think he means other shit you haven't calculated.
Cable/internet is probably included if everything else is. But cell phone, car/health/volcano insurance, laundry (although cheap), miscellaneous stuff, car repair or other emergency stuff. $300 a month for food is probably pretty light. That's $10 a day in food. I'm sure there's other stuff I can't think of. Maybe entertainment....idk what you do for fun, but fun stuff costs money. Girlfriend if you swing that way.
Although I might be or have been negative about all this, I do wish you success.
I'm not 100% sure exactly where the strip starts and ends, I assume its about 5 miles long, so that could be 1 of manny locations.
Since you only need an ID, small deposit and 1 week of rent to get into them places,
there are many criminals staying at ALL of the locations. There are lots of people selling, buying and doing drugs. There's lots of prostitution and just a mix of crazy ass people from all walks of life(not all of them are bad).
You should be fine as long as you mind your own business. In my experience, when walking to and from your car, the 7-11, the office or whatever, It's best to keep your head up and give people a casual friendly(but not too friendly) quick nod as you make eye contact and pass them by. I think it's a bad idea to keep your head down, look away, veer or shy away from people. People might think your weak/scared or what's this guys problem? what's he got to hide?
You will probably be asked if you have or want to buy drugs and sh*t, among other things.
"Nah, I'm good" in a casual tone and expression is the way to go. It's much better than a "NO".
Might be a good idea to take a cheap easy class at the community college or UNLV. You will get a student ID, discounts at various places, meet some girls and make some friends.