Trust me, most of us(if not all of us) have “missed opportunity” moments in life, but that’s just it. We missed them(I know I have had a few in my lifetime.). We just have accept that fact, wish them well wherever they are, and let them go no matter how painful it may be for us. Love sometimes means having to let go, letting others be happy(even it is with someone else), loving someone who doesn’t love you back(unrequited love), etc. It’s often painful, but as they say: “It’s better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all” right? Treasure what you had at one time(the good times, I mean)and then let him go. If he’s “unhappy,” then he has to deal with that or move on from her. You don’t want to be the middle of all that.
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Southern California retiree Mark Johnston is suing the Downtown Grand for loaning him money and allowing him to play while he was blackout drunk.
Nevada law bars casinos from allowing visibly drunk patrons to gamble and from serving them comped drinks.
Johnston's attorney, Sean Lyttle, says the Grand, which opened last November in the old part of Sin City, is countersuing Johnston for trying to shirk his gambling debts. Johnston put a stop-payment order on the markers, or casino credits, the Grand issued, and is also seeking damages from the Grand for sullying his name.
Johnston says he was thoroughly drunk during the hours he spent playing pai gow and blackjack at the Grand.