Impressive Vegas Facts

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1. In Las Vegas, card counting in blackjack is perfectly legal.
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2. The MGM Grand Hotel of Las Vegas washes 15,000 pillowcases per day.
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3. The amount of power it takes to power Times Square is twice the amount it takes to power all of the casinos in Las Vegas.
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4. People spend $25 million on lap dances each year in Las Vegas
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5. To sleep for one night in every bed in Las Vegas would take 288 years.
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6. Around 1,000 homeless people live in flood tunnels under Las Vegas
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7. The founder of FedEx, Fred Smith once saved the company by taking $5,000 to Las Vegas and turning it into $32,000 by playing Black Jack.

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