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Foxwoods Resort Casino

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If you are ever driving on I-95 in CT near Mystic, a short diversion to the Foxwoods Resorts would be rewarding. It looks like LV or AC. You can learn some Indian and American history and see good old ingenuity.

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    Message: Please include city/state/region name in message title, EVEN if you are picking a state from the "keyword list"

    Author: helpful (hopeimhelpful@xxx.xxx)
    Date: 6/28/2001, 2:46 pm ET

    Message: I've noticed a lot of ambiguous message titles lately, and many people responding in frustration along the lines of "Why don't you say what state/city you're talking about?!?!

    Posters AND readers may not realize/remember that when you post a message you are given the option of both a message and a 'keyword'.
    For example, someone might use "best hotel" as a message and choose "arizona" from the keyword list, not realizing that the keyword does NOT show up in the message title or text, and is only useful for searching among all the posts.

    I really enjoy this forum, but I don't want to 'waste' my time reading posts on topics I thought were about something else, nor do I think posters deserve rude (ok, frustrated)
    responses to their posts because they are unaware of how the system works.

    If you kind Fodorites agree with me, why not bump this message up periodically so others can take note of it.
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