Many restaurants are offering specials to the ladies that night as well. Jeffrey is offering $5 cosmos and springtime martinis with half price select appetizers. Aquaviva is offering a special menu with $5 appetizers and $7 martinis, mixed drinks and wine.
If at all the astrologer mother sat at the gaming tables, she no doubt thought of Las Vegas as akin to the burning house of lace from which Yudhisthira and his kinsfolk effected their miraculous escape after they had been condemned to exile in the forest pursuant to his humiliating loss in gambling.There is no Hindu temple in Las Vegas, nor is there any significant community of Hindus. It is likely that a few doctors, dentists, engineers, computer scientists, and scientists are Indians, but otherwise there is little in Vegas that would attract Indian professionals; perhaps, when the casinos conjure up new modes of gambling, and computers become installed at the tables, use will be made of the raw talent of India already legendary computer software specialists, mainly Hindus from South India and the metropolitan centers. But at present there is nothing in Las Vegas that overtly hints at a Hindu presence.
And for some reason, I don’t know why or how, I wanted to climb over that fence and achieve something beyond what people were saying was possible. I may have a suit and tie on now but I know where I’m from and I know what it’s like.”Schultz ended up winning a football scholarship to the University ofNorthern Michigan and went to work for Xerox after graduation.Investor Ken Langone’s parents worked as a plumber and cafeteria worker.Net worth: $2.1 billion (as of Sept. 2013)To help pay forLangone’s school at Bucknell University, he worked odd jobs and his parents mortgaged their home.In 1968, Langone worked withRoss Perot to take Electronic Data Systems (HP) public.
I was just obsessed with music and I was very into the technical aspect of creating it. I don even understand it myself because my family were not musicians or anything. Belgian mother Monique worked as a psychologist while his Moroccan Jewish father Pierre was a sociologist, specialising in the world of work.
People like Gaston Alfonso and Mariela San Giorgio, both Argentines, had just arrived in Los Angeles and driven directly downtown with hopes of catching a glimpse of their favorite stars. “You always see this on television. Now that we are here, this is very special,” said Alfonso, gazing at the crowds from beneath his Ray Ban sunglasses..