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Don't overshare when it comes to matters of the heart

     It's easy to slip up and overshare information, even when your heart is in the right place. That's why it's so important to Take the oath and #Knowthecode before you come to Vegas, because "What Happens Here, Stays Here."

     Take the Heart Attack Grill downtown at the Fremont Street Experience, for example. Enjoy your meal here - but be careful about oversharing your experience as a "patient." Diners have supersized meals served by nurses, as seen in this MSNBC video.

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     Other matters of the heart also are sometimes best to keep to yourself. Susan Boyle's path to success is heartwarming, but did she need to reveal her feelings, and special keepsake, regarding Flamingo headliner Donny Osmond?

     A 100-year-old man recently showed his heart is still pumping in great shape, completing a full marathon in Toronto. But afterward, he showed that there's no age limit on oversharing when he claimed "achieving this will be like getting married again." Hey, if he really wants to make that happen, the Zappos Rock 'N' Roll Las Vegas Marathon is on the horizon, and no place does weddings like Las Vegas. You're never too old for Vegas!

     So take the oath -- you'll learn how to Protect the Moment and prevent yourself from that difficult heart-to-heart talk with friends who have accused you of sharing too much about your trip to Vegas.

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