Some colleagues and I walked down the Las Vegas Strip about midnight during a recent work trip. We saw a variety of people: tourists of all shapes, sizes, races, demeanors, and sobriety levels. Attraction hype people. Security and police officers. Vendors. Street performers.
You know, the typical Vegas Strip crowd. (Really, people you may see in any major city.)
We also saw some families with children in strollers.
One of my work friends asked our group a colorfully-phrased, rhetorical question: Continue reading