New Jack City: Sir Richard Branson Commands Fountains of Bellagio!

Call it showmanship, exploitation, merchandising or just good promotion…

Contrary to popular belief none of the above are dead—especially where

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10 Responses to New Jack City: Sir Richard Branson Commands Fountains of Bellagio!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Wonder what he had to pay MGM for access to the lake. BELLAGIO HOTEL…you entertainment guys know how to live.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Jack at the Bellagio. Bet the female companions are expensive at that place.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Bob Loblaw
    I originally read the title of this article as …”Sir Richard Branson Commands Fountains of Felatio”. I was really envious there for about 10 seconds before realizing I misread.

  4. Anonymous says:

    The Independent Rage
    I’ve never agreed with Gordon Gecko’s “Greed Is Good” blast, but I do believe that “Shameless Self-Promotion Is Good” — always. More power to Sir Branson!

  5. Anonymous says:

    The sooner that we can blow Vegas up and get sports betting and prostitution legalized nationwide the sooner we can put people with no real skills back to work. We’ve damn near got more casinos than Starbucks but Vegas still thrives because of the sports books.

    Fuck-em, time we got in on that action. Union Station is the PERFECT location.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The Independent Rage
    Smartman, I can see Union Station as the perfect location for a sports book, but for prostitution also? Where are you gonna stick the ladies and the johns? In the Harvey House booths?

  7. Anonymous says:

    Amazing the amount of heat that went up when the State of Deleware tried to get into the Sports Book business. I agree, screw Las Vegas, it’s a hell whole with illegal aliens handing out cards and brochures on every street corner for a buffet of barely legal to 65 year old poontang. You bring some heat on illegal books and legalize sports wagering in all 50 states, tax the winnings but let the losses offset the winnings…hell just treat it like a stock loss transaction and offset ordinary income and you’ll see some real robust job growth. Books will lower the vig to be competitive. Law would make you prepay your potential loss so no deadbeats could gamble. Lots of upside in this particulary when it’s going on all the time anyway.

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