Northern Edge Navajo Casino fills goo...

Northern Edge Navajo Casino fills good and bad expectations

There are 35 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Jun 25, 2012, titled Northern Edge Navajo Casino fills good and bad expectations. In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:

Since opening in January, the casino has been full of people coming to gamble. At the same time, the calls for service and citations in the area have risen dramatically.

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Farmington Resident

Farmington, NM

#21 Jul 30, 2012
Adglanni Tso wrote:
"Navajo" means friendly, good, honest, brave, in Que'chi.
Navajo = Thief. Look it up idiot! haha
luckiest goat alive

Whiteriver, AZ

#22 Jul 30, 2012
Been to northern edge a few times. Like the food, employees seem nice n helpful. Bathrooms r clean. Gift shop has nice items n snacks. Valet attendants r friendly n do good job fetching ur ride for u. Would go again.
luckiest goat alive

Whiteriver, AZ

#23 Jul 30, 2012
Been to northern edge a few times n say my experience was positive n fun. I would go again but its hard "finding " the location cuz there r no sign's to direct u to casino.
jojo

Maywood, CA

#24 Jul 30, 2012
Farmington Resident wrote:
<quoted text> Navajo = Thief. Look it up idiot! haha
stealing their horses and women.
Seahawk1

United States

#25 Jul 30, 2012
Farmington Resident wrote:
<quoted text> Navajo = Thief. Look it up idiot! haha
Actually the definition is "large cultivated field". This is knowledge, something your far from having.
Farmington Resident

Farmington, NM

#26 Jul 30, 2012
Seahawk1 wrote:
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Actually the definition is "large cultivated field". This is knowledge, something your far from having.
Your answer was close. I was just checking if there any gerbils like you out ther who might be awake. The are several meanings it could mean robbers or and enemy of the cultivated lands

Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_does_the_word_...

Gerb! Heheheheh.
Tod Von Bruner

Madison, AL

#27 Feb 22, 2013
Typical American diarrhea. Go home to Mommy.
Tod Von Bruner

Madison, AL

#28 Feb 22, 2013
Typical American diarrhea. All bluster, no guts. Got yer asses kicked in Berlin by children.

“Polymath”

Since: Jul 08

Farmington

#29 Feb 22, 2013
A casino is a business mathematically designed to take your money. Understand this: you cannot win. I'll say it again: you CANNOT WIN over time.

Sure you night hit a jackpot, but the laws of probability are set up in their favor. 51%/ 49% They'll get it back next time. And the time after that, and the time after that. You CANNOT beat the laws of probability over time.

Why do you think they give out free drinks? Why is it designed like a maze? Because the longer you play, the more mathematics swings things in their favor and the more money they make. How did you think they built Vegas in a desert?

Now...you go to a movie and come out without twenty dollars, but you don't feel taken because you were entertained. So if you think of it that way, go right ahead. Never take more money than you are willing to lose, though, because you ARE going to lose it.
James

Florence, AL

#31 Feb 25, 2013
Seahawk1 wrote:
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Actually the definition is "large cultivated field". This is knowledge, something your far from having.
We thought of that definition. We like the thief definition better. Because it is true. Check out the Navajo Nation Council and all the scandals across the Navajo Nation smart guy.
Gambler

Ignacio, CO

#32 Mar 4, 2013
I prefer our Colorado casino. Sky ute is closer to a real gambling hall.
bang

Albuquerque, NM

#33 Mar 4, 2013
Tod Von Bruner wrote:
Typical American diarrhea. All bluster, no guts. Got yer asses kicked in Berlin by children.
Put the meth pipe down and put a bullet in your skull.
directions

Albuquerque, NM

#34 Mar 4, 2013
luckiest goat alive wrote:
Been to northern edge a few times n say my experience was positive n fun. I would go again but its hard "finding " the location cuz there r no sign's to direct u to casino.
Go towards Shiprock, turn left at where the dead horse used to be, look for the tire on the fence post painted yellow, not the green ones, turn right, go over two hills past where Aunt Mabel used to live then follow the sheep trail to the left and look for the lights.
Joe

Lynchburg, VA

#35 Mar 4, 2013
Navajos are the rudest, most disrespectful people in this area. Two major locations to avoid is the casino and Walmart.
Navajoe

Florence, AL

#36 Mar 24, 2013
Joe wrote:
Navajos are the rudest, most disrespectful people in this area. Two major locations to avoid is the casino and Walmart.
Yeah!

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