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    We’re the double doors similar to French doors where the deadbolt is between the two doors then there are those crappy slide locks that go up and down into the door frame…that would be pretty easy to break in with a Flathead.

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    I stayed at Paris some years ago and they gave me a shitty room with a connecting door to the room the next door. The occupants weren't particularly noisy but were on a different sleep schedule to me (unsurprisingly) and whenever they left their room it made the connecting door rattle and woke me up. Once while they were out I unlocked my side of it and it was about as secure as a screen door. No need for a screwdriver, or even a kick, I could have forced it open with my hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tgull View Post
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    JUST WOW AND LOL AT TYDE FOLLOWING BARTGOD AROUND THREAD TO THREAD SWINGING FROM HIS BUTTHAIRS NWP STYLE.
    Tyde's changed. He is not the same guy. Part of this AA cult now and taking his lead from Hoser of all people. If anyone needs a few beers its him. He is attack mode now talking down to posters, walking around casinos passing judgement, etc.. He has changed for the worse.

    Holy shitballs are you STILL droning on about AA ?

    Literally the ONLY person on this entire forum who gives a shit about it is you.

    you’re obsessed with AA you fucking jagoff

    turn the page already you’re way beyond boring at this point

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnFanningsLimpDick View Post
    I stayed at Paris some years ago and they gave me a shitty room with a connecting door to the room the next door. The occupants weren't particularly noisy but were on a different sleep schedule to me (unsurprisingly) and whenever they left their room it made the connecting door rattle and woke me up. Once while they were out I unlocked my side of it and it was about as secure as a screen door. No need for a screwdriver, or even a kick, I could have forced it open with my hand.

    That's actually REALLY scary! :O O.O Hotel doors should NEVER be so flimsy you can open it with your hand! O.O :O

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShawnFanningsLimpDick View Post
    I stayed at Paris some years ago and they gave me a shitty room with a connecting door to the room the next door. The occupants weren't particularly noisy but were on a different sleep schedule to me (unsurprisingly) and whenever they left their room it made the connecting door rattle and woke me up. Once while they were out I unlocked my side of it and it was about as secure as a screen door. No need for a screwdriver, or even a kick, I could have forced it open with my hand.
    Connecting door rooms suck at most Vegas properties.

    That's my #1 "request" when I ask for a room assignment -- no connecting door!

    Sound travels right through them. Many Vegas hotels have thick walls, specifically to allow those who stay up all night to be able to sleep well during the day (or alternately, those on a regular sleep schedule not to be disturbed by their neighbors coming back at 4am).

    Those thick walls are useless if there's a connecting door.

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