Vegas: This is Why I Never Fell


Just before I left for vacation last week I alluded in my farewell post to a song from Fallout: New Vegas. It was “Let’s Ride Into the Sunset Together,” which is my favorite one on the soundtrack. In retrospect, I should have used this one, because boy does it take on a whole other resonance when you’re in a place like Vegas in a post-relationship state of mind. It really was the perfect soundtrack, even if I only realized it on the plane coming home.

I’m not sure I ever got as much out of a vacation as I did this time around. Great, great fun…thanks to everyone I got to meet up with, everyone I got to meet period, and everyone I was unable to coordinate with, for giving me a reason to go back.

More actual content to come…I promise. I’d better get working, though, since I have nothing left in the pipeline. In the meantime, here’s a nice big picture dump of all the fun you missed. But no worries…that’s one hell of a city, and that’s where I plan on holding ChatterCon ’15. I’ll see ya there!

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

Las Vegas, 2014

And that song ain’t so very far from wrong.

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10 thoughts on “Vegas: This is Why I Never Fell”

  1. Oh, man, thanks so much for posting these! I grew up in California and used to go to Vegas with friends every so often, but I probably haven’t been there in 20 years. I know it must have changed so much since then. The fun for me was always stepping out of reality into the cheesiest place on earth, and it looks like it’s still got that going for it.
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    I imagine those chorus girls must have been therapeutic for a “post relationship state of mind.” Beautiful!

  2. That place looks like the tackiest, most over-commercialised, decadent place in the entire world.

    And I want in. Glad you had (such) a good time, sir.

    1. I’ve heard that it is! I’ve never seen that movie, though. I just saw him on the street, shouting profanities at people. That was enough for me.

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