- by Indyglo
- 2023-02-25 08:23:04
- 166 views
- 7 comments
Will slot games in a casino cause problems?
by docklock - 2023-02-25 16:16:17
Losing money could be considered a "problem".
by Daedalus - 2023-02-25 18:41:47
Possible problem might be hugging the machine tightly after you hit the jackpot. ;- )
Ask your manufacturer
by Lavender - 2023-02-25 19:02:02
You can ask your device manufacturer any questions you have regarding interference with your device. Mine, Boston Scientific, even has an online chart. I was also given a booklet at the hospital.
Casinos are fine!
by benedeni - 2023-02-25 20:03:15
Casino slot machines should pose no problems for you. Loved your comment, Daedalus! Yes, along with some losing, there is also some great fun and winning! Enjoy!
by AgentX86 - 2023-02-26 01:28:34
Yes, you'll have a stroke when you figure out how much money you've thrown down the hole. 😖
They take all of your money.
by dwelch - 2023-03-06 22:53:14
Your pacemaker will be the only thing that is perfectly fine. Crying, yelling, punching the machine, anxiety, depression, homelessness. But the pacemaker will be completely unaffected and keep on ticking. Unless the casino losses cause you to not be able to afford health insurance. Then many years from now you wont be able to afford a replacment.
You know you're wired when...
You need to be re-booted each morning.
Sometimes a device must be tuned a few times before it is right. My cardiologist said it is like fine tuning a car.
by Tracey_E - 2023-02-25 10:00:49
Virtually nothing will cause us problems. When in doubt, keep 6" from anything questionable.