Discussion about the revamping of the Lady Luck made me sort of nostalgic about some of the things I'll miss when it re-opens. Feel free to share your Downtown Las Vegas memories here. Lady Luck 1. The "Mr. Mad Money" key chains You'd get these freebies with a coupon for a number of years. They were always great for keys that you'd lend someone temporarly. These tacky jewels would always get returned! 2. The crap table. I can't remember a time when I ever saw five dice in the bowl that were the same color! They'd, no doubt, retire one die at a time until all five dice were different colors! And the crew! A mix of wizened veterans on their last gig and green break-in dealers. And the players were likely to get their hands slapped by the stickman for a wisecrack. Always an entertaining experience. 3. The bus fumes. There were always two or three busses outside with their motors running. I never could figure out where the people from those junkets came from or who they were, but constatnt diesel fumes were a fixture at the Lady Luck. 4. The Win-A-DeLorean slots. I never play the slots, but I fed countless quarters into that bank of slots trying to win that DeLorean in the early 80's. I'd gladly go Back to the Future for another shot at it.