Recently I attended a two-day conference on the mainland. It was a conference concerning victims - people who've been hurt by crime. The conference was held in a hotel-casino. Casinos - the flagships of organized crime. Am I the only one who finds this an odd choice?
Was it a decision rooted in economy? Let's have it at the casino - it's a bargain.
Was it rooted in addiction? Hey, let's have it at the casino - we can play the slots at the breaks.
In laziness? The casino is big and they'll do all the work for us, they're desperate for legit business
Was it some perverted sense of the appropriate? Let's have it at the casino and get both sides of the victim/crime on site.
I can't figure some things out. This is one of them.