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    Okay, I have been going to Vegas for 20 plus years now. I just got back. It seems more and more people are bring kids (under 21) to Vegas. I know there are some things to do for kiddies ....(pool, but that is more like Carnival), but mostly its an adult playground. On the way back to my room a few nites ago I seen once again a double stroller with what my girlfriend said looked like a newborn and a 2 year old (crying like crazy) at 1;45 a.m., I really cannot figure out why people want to take their kids to where smoking, drinking, and people are just plain having adult fun? Hell,even the girls wearing (barely) bikinis at the pool were getting stares from 10 year old boys and the parents were shocked. Its not like it used to be. I think it should be a adult zone only. Kids from 18-20 cant even drink or get on gambling floor or do much else.And no I'm not a kid hater, I just think (like other people I encountered in Vegas ) that the kids should stay home with relatives. Anyone else feel this way?
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    Vegas is becoming more and more of a family affair. Is this right or wrong? Ha ha, honestly, I don't really care so long as the gambling and women are still fun!

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    just back from vegas also ,i have stayed in circus circus before and there was quite a few kids but if i had kids vegas would be the last place i would go
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    It is the same idiocy that leads people to believe it is a good idea to take infants and very young children to midnight showings of extremely loud, violent, frightening movies.

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    Vegas is definitely trying to become for family friendly in areas, but I totally believe that there should be some areas that kids are not allowed or at least strict time constraints utilized. None of that mentality of it's ok if they are with their parents either because frankly some parents are idiots.
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    I agree 100%. theres disneyland and six flags for the kids.. theres 10 years of my life floating around vegas from bad decisions and trips i can barely remember. Vegas is not for kids. Even walking down the strip theres thousand of those titty flyer handouts all over the ground. Not a place for kids no matter how you look at it. Im also a firm believer that just because you have the ability to create kids, doesnt mean you should. Some parents never cease to amaze me.
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    I have a kid and no way in hell would I take them to Vegas. The strip is no place for kids! It's SIN City. I don't want to see a baby in a stroller in a casino while I am drinking, smoking and gambling. I go there to get away from day to day life. Just my 02 cents...




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    Vegas may be called family friendly but there is no way I would bring someone there that is under 21 let alone some pre-teen or under that is still growing.

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    You'd be surprised what today's kids know/have been exposed to. My kid visited the strip numerous times as a teenager (accompanied of course), better to have a parent explain/expose things to them in a more controlled environment.
    Years ago my buddies son was screwing up left & right in HS because of his 'hormones,' buddy took to Pattaya Beach to help put things into perspective.


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