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April 12th, 2004

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2004.0412.1319::It's Basher's work, I tell you...
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According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, Beau Rivage West The Bellagio is suffering from a major power outage which started Saturday evening. Both of Sunday's O showings were cancelled, the famed fountains remain still, and as many as half of the fully-booked hotel guests checked out early Sunday morning.

Damn you, Basher, and your damn "Pinch."

In other gambling news, that assbag who bet his complete net worth on a single spin of the roulette wheel, didn't get snapped off by O or OO. He actually won. Cap'n Ken has a well-reasoned analysis of the tax implications, asking why exactly would a "professional gambler" risk so much money on crappy pot odds.

Honestly, a "professional gambler" with a) a net worth of 135 large and b) a preference for playing roulette (rather than say, craps or blackjack) as the game on which he wants to risk it all is obviously more qualified for the title of "professional dumbass."

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snarkbot::2004.04.12.11:55 am
[User Picture]Uh oh. They're in a bit of Barney, aren't they?

I love that the Review Journal got a quote from a woman named "Barb Weir". And that she's not a Vegas performer with a quirky stagename.
thepeopleseason::2004.04.12.12:42 pm
[User Picture]Uh oh. They're in a bit of Barney, aren't they?


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<em>Uh oh. They're in a bit of Barney, aren't they?</em>


<em.I love that the Review Journal got a quote from a woman named "Barb Weir"</em>

That's Vegas for you :)

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