I was there for the Stardust, at the Casino next door watching and they did screw up ! Notice the dust cloud was like an A-Bomb, that wasn’t supposed to happen. I was engulfed and covered in ashes, it was fun until it wasn’t. Breathing normally wasn’t an option for a month !!!
Toxic crap lived in those walls !
I was in Viva during the Fall of 93.
Treasure Island opened up for business by firing a LONG cannon shot down the Strip, imploding the Dunes.
The Treasure Island turned out to be a great hotel with Mystere’ and their pool, all next to the sister hotel, the Mirage.
The Stardust, Silver Slipper, and Barbary Coast were my luckiest casinos.
I was at the Silver Slipper their last night of operation.
It was awesome, they had an Elvis on stage and the booze was flowing.
I was playing at a $1 Blackjack table, kicking ass!
Sadly, those $1 have imploded with history too.
Maybe you’ll like to explain to the “fools” in the world how it takes weeks to study blue prints, put charges in exactly the right areas, yet building 7 (not the twin towers) fell exactly like a controlled demolition, and WAS NO EVEN ON FIRE!
Please tell this incredible secret to the demolition industry, they can save on planning and charges!