Smoke from air ducts in casino

Honestly, when the two of us opted to go to the casino last week, I walked around the entire casino floor in order to look for our penny machines.  All of us were going to be there two days, so I wanted to go right ahead and judiciously pick out the machines I wanted to try.  I never picked up on the smoking section signs that were situated just a few machines over.  I sat right down and began playing for a while, while enjoying the air conditioned air that was coming from the vent located just about directly overhead.  A man sat down at the equipment close to myself and others and he all of a sudden pulled out a cigar..  I said something, and he pointed to the sign above his machine– apparently there wasn’t actually a smoking allowed over mine, but there was above his.  I did spend another more than nine minutes there and moved on.  When the two of us returned to the hotel room that day, I instantly headed for the shower and scrubbed before I changed my clothes.  I could smell smoke all over me.  John turned on the air conditioner, and of course since we were staying in a high class hotel, there was also a neat clean air feature on the unit.  Within minutes, the smell of smoke was going away because of the media air cleaner that was within the Heating and A/C unit in the room.  Later that day it just so happened that the two of us returned to the casino.  I was entirely  careful to watch the signs that were located just over the machines.  I felt so fortunate that I was going to go beach house with quite a bit more money than I had arrived with, because I was on a winning streak.  One person said I had likely picked the perfect venue.  She thought the coldest areas of the casino had the a/cs constantly blowing directly down on the the machine.  Since most casinos have older people spending money, but those machines were seldom used, and more active.  I want to say thank you to the great little casino for the great air conditioning.

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