Monthly Archives: November 2010

Joel Rubuchon: A Once in a Lifetime Meal

“Winner of Michelin’s Three Star, Forbes Five-Star, AAA Five Diamond, and Wine Spectator’s Grand Award, Joël Robuchon has redefined Las Vegas fine dining.” Yes. We knew this was going to be a special occasion, a once in a lifetime meal, and we were not disappointed.

Entering, we were struck by the opulence of their version of a French Country manor. Velvet covered chairs and lounges in deep jewel tones of purple and blue, with white and silver furniture, overhead a huge crystal chandelier sparkled.

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TSA’s new scans and body-pat-down procedures

The Wild Hunt has a stunning articleabout a Wiccan woman’s recent traumatic experience with the new body scanners and the accompanying opt-out procedures. It’s pretty clear that the ‘opt out’ is deliberately invasive and humiliating so as to convince others to go through with the x-ray scanner instead. Hey, what’s a little radiation? Any problems from it are in the future, not now.

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