Ever wonder how our city has been described over the years by those who have passed through its borders?
Resident Linda Greenblatt sent us these descriptions of our "home" over the years.
Describing Las Vegas Over the Years
"Seriously, why tour the world when all you have to do is visit Las Vegas and see all the highlights in one location?"
"Vegas must be a great place for laundromats. Nobody lives there; everyone is just passing through, leaving a little bit of dirt."
"There's only one constant in Las Vegas, and that's change."
"Las Vegas is the most honest fake city in the world"
"What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas, but that doesn't matter when you live there."
"While I was busy hating Vegas and hiding from Vegas, a funny thing happened, I grew to love Vegas."
"Las Vegas is a city built of hope, dreams, and a little bit of crazy."
"Many a man who goes to Vegas to get away from it all, soon finds that Las Vegas gets it all from him."
"If you aim to leave Las Vegas with a small fortune, go there with a large one."
"Las Vegas is the only place where I know money really talks...It says goodbye."
"Vegas means comedy, tragedy, happiness, and sadness all at the same time."
"Las Vegas is the most expensive toilet in the world to get a flush."
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