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Casper Woman Auditions For TV Game Show Jeopardy
How many times do you find yourself watching Jeopardy and yelling answers at the TV? Have you ever thought about actually taking the first step of auditioning and hitting their website? A Casper woman did recently and was called to Las Vegas for auditions. Pat Greiner, a friend of ours and former em…
Guns ‘N Roses Vegas Cash Grab
The reunited Guns N’ Roses will perform two shows in Las Vegas this April and they are offering up a special treat for rich and stupid fans, a “Signature VIP Experience,” for, hang onto your shorts, $2,500.   TWO THOUSAND, FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS! Wow, for that, Slas…
Check Out the States That Profit the Most From Our Sins
In 2011, states made more than $50 billion because we have no ability to resist temptation. The website 24/7 Wall Street just figured out which 10 states got the largest percentage of their revenues from our “SINS.”  Meaning, the most off of tobacco taxes, liquor taxes, casino tax…
Broncos Safety Denies Vegas Casino Charge [VIDEO]
A lawyer says he’s trying to resolve criminal allegations that Denver Broncos safety Quinton Carter cheated at a craps game at a Las Vegas-area casino.Attorney Andrew Leavitt appeared on Carter’s behalf Monday before a North Las Vegas judge who postponed action in the case until April …
Styx To Play Two Special Shows In Vegas In November [VIDEO]
On November 16th and 17th Styx will play a couple of special shows in Las Vegas at The Pearl at Palms Casino Resort. Fans will be treated by the band playing 1977’s The Grand Illusion and 1978’s Pieces of Eight in their entirety. Among the classics to be featured are “Come Sail …
Motley Crue To Play Residency In Vegas [VIDEO]
The Crue will become the first hard rock band to play a Las Vegas residency when they descend upon the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in February 2012.   Announcing the shows, frontman Vince Neil promised “over-the-top craziness. This is Las Vegas. Vegas is based on big, big shows,” N…
Dead Soldier Leaves Money to Send Friends to Las Vegas
Everyone needs a friend like David Hart. The British soldier who was killed by a Taliban bomb last year left more than $160,000 in his will so his friends could go to Las Vegas. Hart took out a life insurance policy for more than $400,000 before he was deployed, requesting that his pals hit Sin [[&#x…