It's official--some of our South Jersey casinos are bringing back some entertainment for children.   In will be a non-gambling atmosphere of course, but do the kids attractions belong in the casinos?I feel like a kid again when I see the neon-flashing lights and sounds of the slot machines.  It's like when I used to play at the local arcade and asking mom for quarters again.  I'm also close to 30.  Some the kids themed areas will consist of arcades and games that are family-friendly; like shuffle-board, and 18-hole miniature golf

This isn't the first time our casinos have tried this.

Would bringing back some of the kids themed games in our casinos be a good thing?  Should the casinos remain as an 'adults only' atmosphere?