35 Burst results for "Vegas Vegas Vegas"

What Drives People to Commit Crimes?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

What Drives People to Commit Crimes?

"Ask ourselves the question, what drives people to commit crimes? Is it the fact that there are police so that there's laws protecting against looting or is it something about the human nature and our maybe we have to do something better with education or family formation or having fathers? They don't want to talk about any of that. Instead, they believe in mass aggressive abrupt societal revolution. And what's amazing is that the people in the highest positions of power believe in these pathological ideas. And then they're using force to be able to implement them. But we saw yesterday and as the results have come out, a shocking repudiation of this. The people of San Francisco don't want to live under some sort of Berkeley ideology. They don't care if there's books written by some sort of smart guy, and I put that in air quotes that tells them that the police are a tyrannical oppressive colonialist institution. They want the homeless person to stop defecating on their porch. They want to be able to walk down to fishermen fishermen's wharf and be proud of their city again. They don't want to become the laughing stock of America and they know it. Property values, I don't know what what's happened in San Francisco. I think they might have gone down slightly, but hard to believe all the dollar bills out there. They've collapsed, but they certainly aren't keeping up with other areas, such as Phoenix or Vegas, I know at least even with liberals that I know and they go to San Francisco. They know it's become a complete and total mockery of what it used to be.

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Terry Schilling on Defeating a Gender-Bending Republican

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:57 min | 3 weeks ago

Terry Schilling on Defeating a Gender-Bending Republican

"Terry Schilling. I spent a whole week with Terry in Las Vegas, but we were not doing what you might think we would be doing in Las Vegas, right, Terry. We were reading old books and talking about philosophy. It was with the great Claremont institute. It was in Vegas, I guess, because it was the only place they could find on the West Coast that would be open and actually has the hotel capacity, but Terry Schilling runs a phenomenal organization that everyone needs to get behind, and they do such a great job. And American principles project and they also have a pack and Terry, you have a great article out defeating this gender bending Republican will help protect American women nationwide, walk us through it. Well, Charlie, for the last several years, we've seen the Republican Party completely acquiesce to the LGBT movement. They started with getting Republicans to support the equality act, which just for your viewers and listeners. It would put sexual orientation into gender and gender identity into civil rights law. It's a total nightmare. Men and girls showers, men and women sports, men and women's prisons. It's a total nightmare. Well, along the way, the Republicans who are soft on this stuff came up with a quote unquote compromise bill. And it's called the fairness for all acts. And they say that they have religious freedom protections in it. So what we wanted to do this year is make politicians Republicans pay a price for supporting this law. And Nancy mace is one of the last Republicans on this bill. Charlie, we've actually, this bill is so extreme that we've actually gotten more moderate members off of this bill. Good. Claudia tenney is off of it. There are several others I'm just blanking on them right now. But we've gotten 5 members of Congress off of this bill, including at least stefanik. That's the highest profile Republicans gotten on off of it. But Nancy mace is still on him. In this bill would put men and women's prisons, men and women's sports, it would put men and women's locker rooms. The whole shebang. And we

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Cancelled Flights Are One Symptom of a Broader US Incompetence

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | 3 weeks ago

Cancelled Flights Are One Symptom of a Broader US Incompetence

"This past weekend on Friday, I was in Chicago to give a talk at the will county GOP. And then Saturday, I show up at the airport. This is the O'Hare airport and 5 in the morning to board my flight to Portland. I was going to speak there at the freedom rally in Portland, but right as I was getting ready to check in, my flights canceled due to quote a crew disruption. And then I thought, no big deal. I'm in Chicago, one of the biggest airports in the world. I'll be able to get to portal and they'll be four or 5 other flight options. Turns out, nothing. It was only one other option on an American Airlines flight completely full. So the bottom line of it is I could not get to Portland. Now Debbie came up with a kind of a genius idea I flew home and in fact she arranged for me to give the talk from this exact spot this same studio here in Texas. And the event went off actually just fine. I could see the audience. I mean, technology is kind of amazing. It was essentially my podcast, but delivered to a private audience in Portland, 800 people. But you were commenting about the fact that this is symptomatic of kind of a broader collapse of competence that we're seeing not just in the airline industry, but in our economy. Yeah, I mean, it really is because we're not seeing obviously COVID has gone down. It's still exists, but. The airlines are acting as though COVID is still very much a factor in what they do. So all the excuses they give, oh, the crew didn't show up. Oh, there's this, oh, there's that. And not to mention, they don't have that many flights going anywhere. Anyway. Anywhere, really. Same thing happened to us when we were in Vegas trying to get

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 Company to Las Vegas chapels: No more Elvis-themed weddings

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Company to Las Vegas chapels: No more Elvis-themed weddings

"From chapels of love to heartbreak hotels that may be the fate of some Las Vegas businesses because of a licensing issue Heartbreak hotel runs Elvis has indeed left the building at least at the edifice in question is one of those chapels in Las Vegas that do weddings featuring the likeness of the late rockstar the licensing company that controls Elvis Presley's name and image has declared it a sin for any sin city operator to use elves in its ceremonies The Vegas review journal reports authentic brands group sent cease and desist letters to multiple chapels and they are expected to comply as you might expect those who until now anyway were in the Elvis

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There Are Almost Always Warning Signs Before a Mass Shooting Occurs

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:23 min | Last month

There Are Almost Always Warning Signs Before a Mass Shooting Occurs

"We're now in the midst of a national gun control debate. I didn't ask for it. You didn't ask for it? We're in the middle of it. The Texas school shooter was known to police and bullied by classmates. Every time there is one of these shootings, the only exception would be the Vegas shooting which we still do not know much about, one of the most bizarre and inexplicable events in history. That is the outlier with that one being the outlier, every one of these tragic events, there are people that say, oh yeah, he was said this or he did this, or for example, the individual that was shooting that committed the marjory Stoneman Douglas shooting in Parkland, Florida, would walk through the quad of margaery stolen Douglas school, pantomime shooting people with his hands as guns. As soon as there were gunshots at marjory Stoneman Douglas school in Parkland, Florida, people said, oh, it must be, and we don't say his name on the program. They knew immediately. There are almost always warning signs before these tragic and evil acts happen, which again, if you're hearing this, and if your son or your daughter says, oh yeah, you know, this person at school is talking really weird. Intervention is necessary,

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Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler voluntarily enters rehab after relapse

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler voluntarily enters rehab after relapse

"'cause even when I dream of Steven Tyler his band Aerosmith and their fans will all have to miss their June in July residency dates in Las Vegas the absence will give Tyler a chance to head back to rehab the band's Instagram account notes that Tyler has worked on his sobriety for many years but has had a relapse The statement says it was the pain meds that he was prescribed after recent foot surgery that led to the relapse the band notes that Tyler went into rehab on his own rather than requiring an intervention and in their post Aerosmith says they hoped to resume performing again in September

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One more 'I do,' this time in Italy, for Kourtney and Travis

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

One more 'I do,' this time in Italy, for Kourtney and Travis

"A celebrity couple has tied the knot in marriage again for the third time Courtney Kardashian and Travis Barker have said their ideas but only two of the three counted The first time they said their vows in Las Vegas with an Elvis impersonator doing the honors but it wasn't valid because they didn't have a license They call that one a practice marriage The second was more of a family affair and Southern California this time with the proper paperwork and they kept it off over the weekend in Italy their Instagram post showed the reality TV show star in the blink one 82 drummer standing on an altar with the caption happily ever after and another facing the audience with the caption introducing mister and misses Barker I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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School Board Shuts Down Mom for Reading Daughter's Assignment Verbatim

Mark Levin

01:50 min | Last month

School Board Shuts Down Mom for Reading Daughter's Assignment Verbatim

"Las Vegas Nevada Clark county school board meeting A mother gets up she says I want to read to you an assignment You gave my 15 year old daughter And it's so pornographic that the school board shuts her down Cut 15 hat tip libs liberals of TikTok Go I'm going to read you an assignment given to my 15 year old daughter at a local high school This will be horrifying for me to read to you but that will give you perspective on how she must have felt when her teacher required her to memorize this and to act it out in front of her entire class I don't love you It's not you It's just I don't like your case I cheated Joe I'm sorry This is the propaganda I don't thank you so much for your thank you for your comment forgive me We're not using profanity That's relevant Okay This required my daughter to read memorize this and read this pornographic material Excuse me please don't engage with the audience So please continue your public comment your time is you've got one minute and 19 seconds I ask you simply this is a public meeting I asked for decorum And I'm asking doctor jara thank you so much doctor jar If you don't want me to read it to you what was that like for my 15 year old daughter to have to memorize pornographic material and Memorize it and Butch

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Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Suspect charged in deadly California church shooting

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93: Find What Tickles the Soul - burst 03

How to Live A Fantastic Life

07:59 min | Last month

93: Find What Tickles the Soul - burst 03

"I think a lot of I think a lot of the, you know, at a certain point, I think we reach a place where, you know, listen, I don't need any more character. Life can take it easy on me now. And so I think I had a lot of the grit again just rural Tennessee and especially rural Tennessee where I was, I mean, I wasn't in the absolute deep, deep, deep, deep, deep Woods, but in the 70s and Tennessee where I was out by Hendersonville and gallatin, not like it is today. There was not a whole lot around. So I had quite a bit of what we would call character building and grid just growing up in a single parent home. By the time I got to Los Angeles, the LA part was just trying to build a career in an exceedingly difficult profession where I didn't have I didn't have any nepotism. I didn't have anything, I didn't show up here with anything on my side for lack of a better phrase. Yeah. Well, national was a totally different city back then in the 70s than it is now. I mean now it's the home and hard of a lot of productions, both movies and radio and television. That was not happening way back then in the same way. Now it's Nash Vegas. First of all, it's the number one bachelorette weekend destination in the south. It's number one, even more so than Atlanta. And number two, I mean, yeah, my mother was a country singer, but there's a very famous train station Alan in Nashville called union station that actually country songs have been written about it. It's beautiful. They refurbished it. When I was in high school, it was boarded up in dilapidated. So yeah, you didn't go past, you didn't go past 20th or 21st street towards first street to downtown. When I was a kid or you were looking for trouble and that would be just past Vanderbilt. So it's a very different city now, yes. Yeah. As I say right now, I mean to Nashville and there are many areas that you would stay out of. I mean, it's a totally grown up city and it's safe. It's prosperous. It's really become uptown. Whereas it used to be a hole to begin with. You are correct. There were distinctly places you did not go. That is correct. And now it is. It's just, it's just blown up in the last 15, 20 years. Unbelievable. Yeah. For sure. So do you remember any stories along the way that you can tell the audience? About that journey? Several of them depends on which ones we can allow on air. No, I think we, when we tend to use the word journey, doctor leica, we, a lot of times, as a country that we're very result oriented and I respectfully understand that certainly as an athlete, your result oriented, taking tests where result oriented, and so when we look at journeys, sometimes we wind up just looking at the end of like, oh my gosh, that person is so and so they've gotten to it doesn't matter what industry it is. And so when I tend to look at some of those years, I tend to look back at some of the moments when I should have looked at myself and gone, what the hell are you doing? And one of the key ones for me would have been what I chose to go to Atlanta for two years. I won an event in New York. And I could have gone to New York, but similarly, New York back then, Manhattan back then is not the Manhattan you see today. I mean, people who have not seen Times Square from a perspective of the early 80s to where it is today, Times Square was a place after one or 2 o'clock in the morning, you would just get killed. And so I had been there and for this event and as a guy who grew up in the rural south and who also was a golfer, I didn't really see myself hanging out in Manhattan trying to haul my sticks on the subway somewhere to go play golf. So I chose Atlanta, but I also went to Atlanta with a very old car, $200 in my pocket, and the only person that knew I was coming was the gal who was to be my agent. So I had to I slept in my car for three days in this abandoned Sears parking lot. That is in really upscale Buckhead at the time. It was just this big abandoned building. And it was kind of downhill and there was behind the building thing and I thought, oh, that seems safe. And I literally slept in my car for three days, and then my agent had a client that was in the catering business. And she had a couple of kids that they had moved out. She was an empty nester. And she was kind of a whack a doodle. She might have been kind of a functioning alcoholic. She was funny. And she didn't live that far down peachtree. And I rented a room from her for $50 a week. For about 6 or 7 months and then one of her neighbors was a lawyer and he knew somebody who worked at this really fancy restaurant downtown and he helped get me a job. And once I had a job for 6 or 7 months, I had enough money to finally move out and get my own place. So that's the beginning of a journey right there. That is the beginning of a journey and how did you get motivated? A lot of things were stacked against you. You know, a lot of things, you know how many actors try and never meet their dreams. How did you stay motivated during that process? You know, that becomes the intriguing part about that question for me, which ironically, I've asked a number of people on my own myself. Is we get into the we go the direction in my opinion of nature versus nurture. And I'm someone who believes, I don't think that it's 50 50 personally as a guy who was almost a psychology double major. I do believe we're a little more nurture than we are in nature personally. I think our environment of how we grow up has a little bit longer lasting effect on us and maybe the nature part of us remains a little more a little more hidden, but not always. I think that the way I grew up with just a sister and a mother who was not home very much and was sort of a latchkey kid who learned a lot on his own and had to grow up pretty fast. I think there was just a nurtured part of me that quitting wasn't really in my vocabulary. I don't know if you want to put words to something like that such as stubborn or cocky or defiant or I don't know. It doesn't much really matter. Even just going to the event that I went to in New York that I won, we didn't have any money for me to go to that. I literally had to go around and raise the money to be able to even go on that trip and when I wanted and that's a trophy that sits right

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Travis Scott, Morgan Wallen hit Billboard Music Awards stage

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Travis Scott, Morgan Wallen hit Billboard Music Awards stage

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Vegas Strip resort surprises 5,400 workers with $5K bonuses

AP News Radio

01:03 min | Last month

Vegas Strip resort surprises 5,400 workers with $5K bonuses

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Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last month

Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas

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The Response to '2000 Mules' Has Been Electric!

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:27 min | 2 months ago

The Response to '2000 Mules' Has Been Electric!

"Wow guys, the movie is out. We are right in the throes of the premiere week. In fact, we've completed the theatrical showings Monday and Wednesday and response has been electric. It's been fantastic. And so as of right now, you can't go see the movie in theaters because the theatrical is the limited theatrical. It was over for now. Now the demand has been so great that what considering a later theatrical in which for a day, maybe on a weekend, we'll get a whole bunch of theaters and sort of do it again, but we have to organize that through some of the theater companies. So we're going to work on that, get back to you. But for now, if you haven't already, sign up for the virtual premiere, it's coming up. On Saturday, may 7th. And 8 p.m. eastern, and it's going to be just a marvelous fantastic same price as a movie ticket. And it's going to be out of a spectacular studio in Vegas. I mean, he's going to sing, play the movie, so it includes the movie screening, of course, and followed by a live Q&A with some of the prominent Salem media hosts who are in the movie, as well as Catherine engelbrecht and Greg Phillips with the two principles of the intelligence election intelligence organization called true the vote. So this all begins 8 p.m. eastern on Saturday, may 7th. So

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Eichel's 3-point game sparks Vegas to 7-4 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Eichel's 3-point game sparks Vegas to 7-4 win over Blues

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Dinesh Reveals Different Ways to See and Share '2000 Mules'

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | 2 months ago

Dinesh Reveals Different Ways to See and Share '2000 Mules'

"It's so exciting with the movie right around the corner, basically next week is our premiere week. And I kind of want to go over some ways in which you can watch the movie. And I also hope that you'll help us get the word out about the movie. Remember, we're releasing this movie in a very novel way because we're in an age of censorship. And so the normal places that I put movies, which as you find them in Apple, iTunes, and Amazon Prime, no. This movie is not going to be available in those ways. Now, it is in limited theater is 300 or so theaters, and you can go to the website 2000 meals dot com, put in your state, it'll tell you the theater is now a lot of our theaters are filling up really fast. So if you want to see this movie in the theater, kind of act now. But don't be disappointed if you can't because we might do another one day theatrical, a little later in the month. And moreover, there is a virtual premiere, a virtual premiere is basically an in home premiere. So what do you do? You basically buy a ticket, you have sent an access code, you log in, you click on the access code, and this is all happening on Saturday, may 7th. At 8 p.m. eastern. And it's fantastic. There'll be an introductory program W is actually going to sing live. Then we're going to show the movie, and then there's a live Q&A with some of the key figures in the movie. So this is actually a full program and exciting program out of a magnificent 360° round studio in Las Vegas. We'll be there in person. You'll be watching online, and it's for the same price as a movie ticket. It's a fantastic deal. So if you go on the website just so you'll see the little tab for virtual premiere, click on that. By the way, a small number of people can be there in person. It's more expensive, but if you feel like going to Las Vegas that weekend, this is not this weekend, but next weekend, then you can come in

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Dinesh D'Souza Describes the Upcoming Virtual Premiere of '2000 Mules'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:20 min | 2 months ago

Dinesh D'Souza Describes the Upcoming Virtual Premiere of '2000 Mules'

"We're talking to dinesh d'souza, the film is 2000 mules. You can go to 2000 mules dot com, find out where it's playing near you. There will be on the fourth, a premiere at Mar-a-Lago. I have the privilege to be there and also a virtual premiere on the 7th of May in Las Vegas. Tell us a little bit about that. Well, that's important because we have a limited theatrical release. It's 300 theaters just two days, may 2nd and may 4th at the 7 p.m. showing. So there's going to be some people who won't find a theater near them. Well, the good news is on Saturday May 7th, you can essentially buy a ticket on the website and log in. It's kind of like a Zoom call. You'll be able to be part of this great event in Las Vegas. There's a program that's going on in the film will be screened and then there's a live Q&A to follow and all of that for the same price as buying a movie ticket. So it's a great deal. It's the virtual premiere. You'll find a tab about it on the website. Check it out. And that will enable anyone in the country to see the movie on May 7th. And then it will also, by the way, be available after that for digital download on Salem now dot com and on the rumble owned platform called locals. Notice Eric, we're putting it on uncan syllable platforms where the left and take it

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Everything You Need to Know About '2000 Mules' With Dinesh D'Souza

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:03 min | 2 months ago

Everything You Need to Know About '2000 Mules' With Dinesh D'Souza

"With us is the man behind the project, the most important movie to come out this year. I'm honored to be in the movie, and we are going to be promoting it with events across the country. Dinesh d'souza dinesh, welcome back to the program. Charlie, it's a real pleasure. Great to be with you. So we are just days, hours away from this movie being out. Tell us how you think the final version kind of the final cut, if you will, has turned out and just give us a little insight into some things we can expect coming up on May 2nd and May 4th. Well, I'm very excited and I'm also watching with great interest to see the reaction on the part of the media on the part of the Democrats and on the part of the GOP. This is going to be an interesting test of the Republican Party because to a considerable degree, the problems that are identified in this movie have a Republican remedy if the Republicans have the will to carry it out. The movie is looking fantastic. We have trimmed it a little bit tightened it. Obviously we've added the final color music sound. It's gorgeous to look at. And it's really fun to see it in the theater. That's why I'm thrilled that we have it in 300 theaters on many second. And also on May 4th at the 7 p.m. showing, we also have a virtual premiere coming out of a great studio in Vegas, and you can join that in effect online through a kind of zoom. You get an access code, you kind of log in. And it will be not only the movie, but a live Q&A, to follow the movie. And then the movie is going to be available for digital download. And we're putting it on uncan syllable platforms, notably Salem now, which is the sale of media platform, Salem now dot com. And then it'll be available through the rumble owned platform called locals. As you know, that's a free speech platform, and it's not going to be possible for the left to take it down. And this way, everyone who wants to see this movie will be able to do it and the left will not be able to stop

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

08:06 min | 9 months ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"Well and as i say i mean it seemed like there was a little bit of that nickel and diming going on pre pandemic and then following the The lockdowns and the shutdowns and the reopening that seemed to go away and everybody seemed pretty happy about that and it seemed to be the direction things were going and now i'm not so much. It seemed like they were going to go that route and it was really really optimistic but one start. People started coming back then. He started seeing at the bottom of your bill. Eight cova surcharge franchise fees. All these different things are being attacked the bottom of bills there was no housekeeping in the hotels anymore. You'd have to go downstairs if you wanna towels. It's like all these ridiculous things that they were taking away from people and adding onto instead of saying. Hey let's throw everything at you give you a reason to come back. They didn't do that. i got into one hell of an argument over a gentleman who handles a lot of chef driven functions here in town. He represents a lot of very interesting. chef owned restaurants And i posted on my facebook page about my objection to these. These kovin fees that were that were tacking on and he said you have no idea what restaurants are going through. I said as a. I don't need to know that the businesses that i'm patronizing are suffering if you have to raise prices. I don't wanna see them itemized at the bottom of that bill. I wanna know that this is the price of my entree. This is the price of my drink. This is the tax. And i will choose the gratuity. That's all i need to see. I don't want you to give me a sad story about how your restaurant is suffering while paying. My bill. absorb that into your prices. That's all you need to do. I always maintained that with all of those different kinds of add on fees whether it's as you say the concession franchise or a service fee or kovic fee or resort fees or any of that kind of stuff. Just throw it into the bill. I mean i get it with restaurants and small businesses and large businesses over the last eighteen months. Everybody has suffered. But i feel like you will piss people off less. If you just did a across the board two percent or three percent price hike on your menu items as opposed to itemizing that two or three percent on the bottom of the bill they would absolutely would not notice it. I mean because if a salad dick you got the last time was thirteen. Ninety nine and this time it's fifteen ninety nine. That was six months ago. Lot of water's gone under the bridge unified to be back in. Oh hey was that that recall two dollars. No you're not gonna notice that it seems so simple seem so obvious in yet that's lost in the city very much lost and there are people that get paid to sit around and decide these things. I think they're good idea is oh sure. The customers won't care if we raise the resort v by another ten dollars. We won't we won't give them anything for it but we're just gonna let them know that effective such and such. They're going to be paying forty five dollars on top of their forty-five room rate. Well and i sometimes wonder too with with the big corporations running things. You're just a number. You're just a customer. You're not mr novak. Mr walker for the most part the average person is just customer one seven five two seven two and the way they look at it is well. If this person doesn't come back somebody else will come in to fill their spot if you treat your customers as stupid people. You're more than likely gonna lose them. That's where i come in hopefully to warn people to avoid places like that where you're going to be treated like an idiot and send you a directions of places that are gonna value you as a customer as a guest going to welcome you and give you more than you expected. There are still places here in town that care about you coming to visit us. They wanna go above and beyond to make your experience special. There are places like that. I'm going to stand behind and say come on over here. Come on over here. We don't we don't wanna be ripped off and we don't wanna be ripping people off either my my my job here in town relies on tourism industry. There's a magician here in town. His name is david drake he. He was a big fan of my column. And when i was looking for a slogan he threw this one that me that stuck. He said probably biased. Definitely honest. i put on my business cards. I i read a one of those mobile billboards. When i first lunch and it said it right there on it you can lean towards the places that you prefer in your personal attachment to but be honest with people and they'll be happy you don't have to live to see them sam. If people want to learn more about you read more of your stuff. Where can they find you online. How do they go about doing that right. Now everything's being directed over to vegas. Four one one dot com. You can find any of my articles there. If you click on my name it will give you a whole list of the ones that i'm currently publishing on that site I've got dozens upon dozens. That are that are still kind of noteworthy worth checking out at my existing site of which is a vegas unfiltered blog dot com. And i also have a facebook page for that site. The vegas unfiltered blog facebook page. I writing for a few other outlets. There's a print magazine called a chic compass. Which is relatively new and outright entertainment articles for them. And i've got a bunch on the website for las vegas magazine dot com and also best of vegas dot com. Excellent sam again. i. I really appreciate this. I appreciate taking the time. And as i say it's great to finally be able to sit and have a conversation and hopefully at some point We're able to do this in person. As opposed to over the the wonders of technology zoom. It would be a blast to be able to sit and chat in person. Hey game if you can deal with me for the next ninety minutes. I can do it. I don't think that'd be a problem. I think it would be a competition to see who's ear gets talked off. I quite frankly go for it awesome. Thanks again sam. I appreciate it all right. Good thank you once again. If you wanna check out sam's unfiltered reviews and recommendations. You can visit vegas four one one dot com vegas unfiltered blog dot com or look for vegas unfiltered on facebook. And of course. I'll post links to all of those spots in the show notes at jeff does vegas dot com and that wraps up another episode of the. Jeff does vegas podcast. If you've got feedback on this episode of the show or any other episode for that matter or you've got suggestions and ideas for topics you'd like to cover on the podcast. Please feel free to reach out to me via facebook twitter or instagram. At jeff does vegas or dropping an email directly at jeff. Jeff does vegas dot com in the meantime. Thank you so much for checking out the show. Be sure to follow us. Wherever you get your podcast and so you'll know the moment new episodes are available and don't forget to visit. Jeff does vegas dot com for past episodes and show notes. The jeff does vegas. Podcast is a walker new media production..

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

02:19 min | 9 months ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"The lights of the story about the airplane window. It's that feeling of awe as you stroll down the boulevard taking in the sights and sounds and it's that feeling of satisfaction knowing that you're in the greatest city in the world over forty two million people from around. The world share that feeling every year. And i wanted to taking you to the world famous vegas strip and beyond my name is jeff and this is the jeff does vegas podcast day. There and welcome to episode number eighty nine of the jeff. Does vegas podcast before we get going this episode of the show. I wanna thank my guest from the last episode. Jonathan jostle the ceo of the plaza hotel and casino in downtown las vegas. It was an absolute pleasure chatting with jonathan. We talked about his previous life and what led to him taking over the plaza. What he thinks has ignited renewed interest in downtown las vegas some of the plazas nisha experiences and much more. If you haven't had a chance to check it out yet jumped into the archives. At jeff does vegas dot com or head to wherever you get your podcast and search out episode number eight my special guest jonathan jostle all right here we go onto the show probably biased definitely honest. Sam novak my guest for this episode of the podcast has been using that tagline over the last few years for his blog vegas unfiltered. Sam has become known around. Las vegas as the guy who isn't scared to share his opinion whether it's a show a restaurant hotel or any other vegas attraction if it's a disastrous steaming pile of crap wrapped in a train wreck of a dumpster fire. Sam will tell you exactly that however if it's worth your time and money and he thinks you should check it out he'll tell you that as well salmon. I talked about what inspired him to create vegas unfiltered. We reminisced about some of the more savage reviews. He's given for vegas shows. He shared his thoughts on the changing vegas entertainment scene and much more plays. Enjoy.

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"That's the kind of ongoing for with that. Because i want people nowadays. If they want to look at miraj they wanna look at everything in office. They'll go on the website and the finite that information. This is kind of more like this is what you should do if you want to maximize your experience. I guess what. I'm trying to get cost. Excellent steve. If people wanna find you on social media they can. You are very active on twitter. Some would say too active. So yeah created. Michael watts at me and say stop tweeting. Don't you sleep. Stop tweeting. For god's sakes and then i'm like michael. It's like three in the afternoon in different times ends Say you can find me on twitter. I'm atlas vegas. Uk say fairly easy to find an also fly travels occas while. I've traveled vote. Because i really enjoyed in the po- costs and i think we put some really useful stuff out that i'm not just about vegas to about travel generals. Please do check us out. I'm wait we do livestreams. What kinds of crazy stuff we Is we do them when we wanna do them. We tend to seriously we go some great stuff up on that t so such Excellent steve thank you once again for jumping on and joining me. Here on the podcast..

"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"On this episode of the jeff does vegas podcast. I still think there's value in vegas. I'm not drinks are expensive. They're expensive shows food meals. Make sense it but you can't do it on a budget. Well i just think it's a wonderful wonderful place in spanish. Its name means the meadows. You might know it. As the entertainment capital the world lost wages or simply sin city. Of course talking about fabulous. Las vegas nevada on average forty. Two million people. Visit las vegas every year. And i'm one of them. I love this city. The sights the sounds the shows the people the history. I wanna share all of it with you taking you to the world famous vegas strip and beyond my name is jeff and this is the jeff does vegas podcast there and welcome to episode number eighty three of the jeff does vegas podcast before we get rolling this episode of the show. I want to thank my guest from the last episode. Danny elizabeth a legit vegas showgirl. Who's appeared in the legendary show jubilee and is currently one of the performers and host of the show crazy girls at planet hollywood. We talked about her past dancing. Experience training with a world renowned broadway dancer and choreographer and her road to landing her very first biggest gig. If you haven't had a chance to listen as of yet. Jump into the archives. Where ever you get your podcasts and search out episode number eighty two my special guest danny elizabeth or head to the website at jeff does vegas dot com all right here we go onto the show. It's always fun having other vegas fanatics on the show and my guest for this episode of the podcast definitely falls into that category. Joining me this time around. All the way from across the pond is steve white better known on twitter as las vegas. Uk if you've ever listened to these or cast podcast presented by travels orc. You'll be familiar with steve. He's the british half of the show and is extremely well-versed in all things las vegas stephen. I had an awesome conversation chatting about everything from our predictions. Potential changes coming to las vegas to our very first vegas trips. The mistakes we made and what we've learned from them to the rather unique vegas guide that he's currently in the process of writing and being that steve is in the uk and on full on lockdown. And i'm in canada with extremely strict quarantine measures in place. We thought it might be worth having a discussion about travel restrictions and.

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"Up next from episode number sixty two howard hughes aviator innovator in las vegas legend from the mob museum. Here's geoff schumacher. In nineteen sixty five hughes had sold all his shares in trans world airlines twa and the amount of his shares the value of shares was five hundred and forty six million dollars shoe. Which is a lot of money today but imagine how much money was nineteen sixty five. Wow and he was was described at the time as the largest single check that had been written to an individual. But of course when you have five hundred forty six million dollars all of a sudden who wants a big chunk of that the either internal revenue service so users looking for a way to avoid that huge penalty huge tax penalty and he came up with the idea that he would move to. Las vegas moved to nevada in. He would invest that money into land and other properties. That's the way to avoid to avoid it to the government so hewson on thanksgiving of nineteen sixty six. He came to las vegas by train orbit or not. The great aviator insisted on coming to las vegas on a train and He came in the middle of the night. And the train stopped a little ways outside of las vegas where a van was waiting and hughes was transferred from the train to the van and then he was driven. This is all in secret. People didn't know he was coming and he's arrived at the desert inn hotel on the burgeoning. Las vegas strip and moved up into the ninth floor. Which was the the penthouse floor of the desert in. he's he. He was in one room and his aides personal. Aides were Took up the rest of the arrest of the knights four and some of the stories surrounding howard hughes are legendary enough but The ones specifically involving las vegas are are just crazy one of the more prevalent ones. I guess you could say is is the story of him taking over the desert in them wanting him to leave and him basically saying No that's right. You know he so he moves into the The suite of the desert and he takes up the entire house floor. You know the hotels in las vegas are a lot bigger now than they were. Then so nine stories. Was you know as big as you were gonna get but you know. Those rooms were valuable. They were very valuable to the desert in. Because that's where there high rollers would stay. When they came to gamble but cues was not a high roller. He didn't gamble at all. You never left the room And his aides were they were. They weren't gambling much either. They were guys who were very loyal to hughes and they were very focused on their jobs. They weren't spending a lot of money in the hotel casino and so modell. It's the the mob boss who ran the desert end. He wanted us out in ever intend to. The eu's gonna live there. And so as the end of december as approaching. So the memory came to las vegas in on thanksgiving of sixty six late november by mid december. Modena's concerned that these high rollers. Who are going to be coming in for new year's which is always a big deal here He wants rooms for them. To wants us out and use doesn't wanna leave hughes's become very comfortable at the desert inn. There had been discussions with him and his right hand man by mayhew about moving into a house in las vegas But i don't think he was very serious about that by this time of his life. He was pretty well accustomed to living in hotels so at guests the reaches a point in december where modell is about ready to send the sheriff fan to physically affect our hughes from the guy and Bob mayhew That's the right hand. Man of hughes he makes a call a pivotal call to try to avoid this conflict. He calls jimmy hoffa. Jimmy hoffa the teamsters union boss right and ask him to intercede and allow us into talk down modell from kicking us out. So jimmy off does that. He makes that call. Modell relents these gonna let you stay. What is right around this time. That hughes Principle the idea while kick me out here. Why don't i just by the place. And then i can say go hughes initiative through mayhew me through mayhew hughes initiates Proceedings to purchase the desert and by march of nineteen sixty seven. It was his g. that that's amazing. I mean imagine. I can't imagine having that much money. You know what. I don't wanna leave so screw it. I'm just gonna buy this place and that's exactly what happened. He stayed there in that sweet the rest of the time. He was in las vegas about four years total and so of course the desert end didn't do that well while he owned it in part because he had occupied all the good rooms but right he didn't own it and he wants he bought the desert in. He's when he kim las vegas. He had no intention of buying casinos a but when once he bought the desert in it he decided that these were toys that he would really like to assemble. So he instructed by may who to buy more casinos and they in a buying the the sands and the frontier and the silver slipper and the castaways and the landmark the also taught heralds club up in reno. Now there's a story that i've heard about him the reason behind his purchase of the silver slipper. The story that i had read was that he bought it because he didn't like where the sign was that. The blinking light of the sign kept him awake. Was that true. So that i don't believe is true. Then story has been a story has traveled far and wide though so the silver slipper had a very interesting sign it was slipper literally it was assigned the shape of a slipper and it rotated and there were lights on it and illinois a lotta people But there's no evidence that it annoyed howard hughes and one of the reasons for that was that he all his windows of his sweet. Were all a covered. It recovered a blacked out the room. Gotcha so old the likelihood that a light was bothering him is unlikely out. What did in fact happen is mayhew was looking for hotels to buy and the silver slipper was available. That's that's kind of how that works the you know. Not every hotel on the strip was available for use to buy.

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"The first live Vegas album that I want to share with you here is Tom Jones live in Las Vegas. Now I myself have actually been lucky enough to get to see Tom Jones in concert. I'm not in Las Vegas, but back in I would say 2001-2002. He was doing a tour across Canada and one of the shows was at the center of the Arts in Regina Saskatchewan Canada. I was working for a radio station in Regina at that time and we happen to have some free tickets for the staff which my wife and I took advantage of fact, we went not really knowing what to expect and based on what we sort of knew about Tom Jones at the time. We kind of almost went as a bit of a joke not realizing that in the end. It would probably be one of our favorite concert experiences of all time. The show was incredible. Tom Jones was Is an absolutely amazing performer and he came out there and when I say, you know, most most performers will give a hundred and 10% Tom Jones gave like a hundred and 40% when he was off stage. It was amazing. Tom Jones sang his balls off. He had a full percussion section. He had a full horn section. He had a full Rhythm Section. It was an absolutely amazing. Now part of that enjoyment probably came from the fact that we were sitting in the second row, which was just amazing to be that close to see a legend like Tom Jones performing that being said sitting in the second row at a Tom Jones Show does come with its own level of quote-unquote danger. One of the running jokes with Jones is that throughout his career women would throw their underwear on stage sitting in the second row, you're going to get a few pairs of panties to the back of the head and that did happen over the course. Show we just kind of laughed it off. Now that being said Tom Jones live in Vegas. This album was recorded in the showroom at the Flamingo back in the summer of nineteen sixty nine. The album came out in November of 1969 and Tom Jones his popularity was at a bit of a peek at this point. He was doing a TV show was a variety show called This is Tom Jones. This album is quintessential Tom Jones. There is an absolutely amazing energy and musicianship on this the same thing is incredible Tom Jones belting out a ton of great music. And of course all the hits are here including the likes of Delilah and it's not unusual and love me tonight place. There's a ton of great covers on this album some stuff that you might not actually expect. He does the classic Irish him Danny boy. He also covers a couple of Beatles tracks. He does. Yep. Saturday and Hey Jude putting his own little fun Tom Jones spin on it. He even wraps up the show with a Medley featuring a Twist and Shout and land of a thousand dances. It's very very cool stuff something I learned on this album and as a guy who's worked in classic rock radio and is a huge music geek. I am completely embarrassed to admit that I didn't know this before but the song Hard to Handle by The Black Crowes that was not a Black Crowes original and the way I found that out from this album. Tom Jones does his own performance of the song Hard to Handle which apparently was originally an Otis Redding song recorded in nineteen sixty-eight voir a B-side to one of his hits. So Tom Jones took that song recorded it here performed at live in 1969. Put his own little spin on it absolutely amazing job. This album his version just blew me away. Now. This album actually was big for Tom Jones's career as well. It went all the way to number two in the UK charts and number three thousand on the US charts and to this day remains his highest-charting album in the u s c I bet you didn't think you were going to learn something listening to this podcast the only down side that I found to this album. It doesn't flow as nicely as some live albums do when you listen to a live album. You kind of almost want that that concert experience that just carries you through all the way from top to bottom. I am not sure if they cut some stuff out due to time or or how that worked because of course back when this came out and in the late sixties at that point albums could only really be 45 minutes long. That was basically the maximum for a total album. So with Thursday, Album split up, I guess maybe they had to do some cuts for time which which cause some issues and some problems with flow a fun little thing as well that you'll find out on this album the last track on side one of the album titled. I'll Never Fall in Love. Again was actually a studio track that they added crowd noise too and dropped on this album kind of jobs are anyways, it's a great.

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"Your podcast. All right, that's enough of that on to the show off currently as a Canadian. I'm still not really able to travel to Las Vegas borders are technically closed and if I did manage to sneak my way down I'd have to quarantine for two weeks upon my return to the great white North not exactly an ideal situation. One of the things I'm missing the most about going to Las Vegas off the ability to check out shows and see world-class entertainment. But just because I can't go to Vegas doesn't mean I can't enjoy a little piece of Vegas right here at home and one of the ways to do that is by sitting down and either popping on my headphones or cranking up the speakers and pressing play on one of the many live albums that have been recorded in log. Vegas but if you want to have some real fun, I suggest taking a trip back to the Glory Days of Vegas and checking out the recordings of some the classic artists who have graced the stages of the strep and contributed to musical history. So for this episode of the podcast, I thought I'd share some of my favorite live Vegas albums and hopefully by the time I'm done they'll be yours as well. So the first live Vegas album that I want to share with you here is Tom Jones live in Las Vegas. Now I.

Las Vegas Tom Jones
"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"All right, that's enough of that on to the show off currently as a Canadian. I'm still not really able to travel to Las Vegas borders are technically closed and if I did manage to sneak my way down I'd have to quarantine for two weeks upon my return to the great white North not exactly an ideal situation. One of the things I'm missing the most about going to Las Vegas off the ability to check out shows and see world-class entertainment. But just because I can't go to Vegas doesn't mean I can't enjoy a little piece of Vegas right here at home and one of the ways to do that is by sitting down and either popping on my headphones or cranking up the speakers and pressing play on one of the many live albums that have been recorded in log. Vegas but if you want to have some real fun, I suggest taking a trip back to the Glory Days of Vegas and checking out the recordings of some of the classic artists who have graced the stages of the strep and contributed to musical history. So for this episode of the podcast, I thought I'd share some of my favorite live Vegas albums and hopefully by the time I'm done they'll be yours as well. So the first live Vegas album that I want to share with you here is Tom Jones live in Las Vegas. Now.

Las Vegas Tom Jones
"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

07:27 min | 2 years ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"So this this character, Joe Augusta who was the entertainment director at the Tropicana with connections to the Kansas City mob family was. You know if you ask Harry read all bluster and and just claiming that to. To look good in the eyes of his bosses, was it Harry, Reid that they tried to bribe. Am I remembering that story correctly or is that a different a different episode? That's also him? Yeah. Yeah. He was on the Nevada Gaming Commission for about four years and like their enough stories in that four years that you'd think it was two decades Completely different set of guys that we're trying to bribe him but people wanted to get a gaming device approved by the Nevada Gaming Commission and the gaming control. Board to put into a casino, and it was like one of those. Games that Jeff Silver. He's given control board described it to me as like chucky cheese coin pusher where it looks like a bunch of coins, but it's just you know. You're not GONNA win anything. Probably doesn't belong in a casino they wanted to get it passed. So they offered him. Believe it was twelve thousand dollars. In Harry Reid turned around and went to the FBI and participated in an FBI sting operation. where he you know the FBI was on the other side of the wall and he was playing it up and actually got them to hand over the cash, and then the FBI came in and arrested the guys. Now, if I remember that story correctly I, I, I think I laughed pretty hard at that one was that the one where they were in the adjoining room and somebody had locked the door between the two rooms. Yes Harry Reid actually. He realized the FBI was trying to come into the arrest, but the door was locked. So he had to find a way to to casually saunter over and unlocked the door and let them come in. He kept dropping the kept dropping the code word he. That and they get nothing happening. It just wasn't as a signal to send the FBI and. They weren't coming in and then after they finally came in, there's this moment where. He went and tried to rig. Nagai's Knack. Said you son of a bitch tried to bribe me and like if you've ever heard Harry Reid talk just as quiet, very thoughtful guy, answer the picture him in that moment being mad enough to go and try to strangle a guy and scream at him i. It's Absolutely absolutely amazing. Again, just one of a million stories in this podcast that that are just. So incredible Frank Colada I gotTA talk when I. When I started listening to the podcast and I I mean, frank comes out right in the very first part very first episode of the podcast and I thought Oh my God. He actually is your tooling around with Frank Kaleida. First of all, I'm dropping a name that maybe some of my listeners might not be completely familiar with. So fill us in on exactly who Frank Kuwata is frank. Colada is a former associate of the Chicago outfit. Out of Chicago and sort of how the mob is structured is there are made guys is kind of the the term made famous in movies and TV shows, and those guys who have pledged an oath to the mob and. Committed a murder on behalf of the mob usually is how you prove yourself to the mob But then beyond that is this huge network of. Tipsters and associates in people that commit crimes on behalf sort of in conjunction with the mob and frank is one of those guys was an associate of the Chicago outfit In the Mid Twentieth Century, and his a burglar is a specialty in Chicago because he was. Doing these burglaries on mobbed few would give a cut back to the Chicago outfit's and yet a lot of friends in the Chicago outfit's one of them being Tony. SPLO- Tro, pretty famous guy who ended up being the MOMS reputed enforcer in Las Vegas, and that's how we ended up coming out to Las Vegas working with the mom out here. And, and so the experience of spending time with a guy like frank. Colada. I mean I know he offers tours or he did offer tours for a long time where you could connect with him and he would take you around the city and and it all wrapped up with with pizza back at one of his pizza joints But I mean for yourself. This is totally different experience of of getting in a car with this guy and I mean he he took you around Vegas and showed you some pretty. Incredible things. Yeah. And I'll give a spoiler here. So if anyone is about to go listen to the podcast and you don't want US lawyer, skip ahead a minute herself but. He's killed people. I got into a car with him. Knowing that he was a murderer, which is something I never done before. And one of the places that he took me to was. This residential home or this homeless residential neighborhood in Las Vegas where he had committed a murder and he told me how it happened while we were sitting outside of the home. and. That was surreal to say the least. Wow. And I mean some of the other spots he took you to places. He showed you where various burglaries had been committed. Various crimes have been committed and homes and residences belonging to other mob related figures. It's pretty incredible. Yeah. Yeah. It's and it was a weird way for me to being pretty new to. Las Vegas. To learn about the geography of the city because the city that transforms itself every five years seemingly and so you don't see a lot of this history in the buildings or anything like that, and so him driving me around a like added burglaries over there or they're used on a pizza joint and I don't think this made it into the podcast, but it was a pizza joint called the upper crust. Crust and he showed it to me and it. Now, it's a cricket wireless He took me to the spot where a lefty Rosenthal's car blew up and that was like a block from where I do my grocery shopping and I had no idea. So it was crazy to me to to you know learn about this history of Las. Vegas that you can't see anymore just going around on your own. And I mean overall. What was what was the experience? Like of that, I mean I I can't imagine. The as you say, the amount of history and what he's able to show you. But at the same time, you've got it in, you must have it in the back of your head at the same time that this guy. At one time was a was a bad dude. Yeah. I think in the moment, the podcast Romy was like I'm getting good tape like this is. Good stories and I am excited to see what we can do this. And I had obviously researched his story quite a bit before I ever met him. So it's not like any of the things he was telling me came as a surprise, I knew the facts of what he had done. I think sort of the the most surreal thing was hearing it in his own words and sort of I. Mean. These are stories. He's US most told before, and so he's used to telling them. So kind of weird for me where he talks about murder. Like you or I would talk about you know running an air enter taking out the trash Sort of in that space where you know he's just having a conversation with you, but your mind is just going crazy because you're like, oh my gosh, in a car with a murderer..

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"I also want to give a big shout out to Jake Gallon the host of the guest list podcast for having me on his podcast to chat. Jake is a vegas local WHO's doing a kick ass job of sharing the stories of the people of Las Vegas, and I was honored to be invited on for a conversation. If, you want to check it out for yourself I'll post a link to the episode in the show notes. All right. Here we go onto the show. Anyone who's ever spent time in Las. Vegas has probably heard someone say Vegas was better when it was run by the mob, but just how accurate is that statements? My guest for this episode decided to find out with his own podcast. Read Redmond is the host of mobbed up the fight for Las Vegas a new eleven part true crime podcast from the Las Vegas Review Journal, produced in partnership with the mob museum. Mobbed up takes a deep dive into the history of organized crime in Las Vegas and tells the story of the rise and fall of the mob with the help of the people who lived it. Read had the chance to talk with law enforcement officials, journalists who covered the stories, lawyers, judges, historians, and even one of the most famous connected guys to grace. The streets of LAS. Vegas former Chicago outfit and hole in the wall gang member Frank Lada. Talked about the inspiration behind mobbed up, having the opportunity to work with the mob on this project when it was like driving around for hours on end with a legit criminal and much much more. Please, enjoy my conversation with read Redmond. I'm pretty new to Vegas here just past a year. And, that is exactly how new I am working newsroom to I've worked for a couple of other podcasts before this. But I moved out to Vegas to join the Las Vegas, Review Journal, and to produce podcasts with them. So he kinda revamped podcasts running before I. got here. We sort of revamped on expanded on now. I. Don't get this wrong, but I, think we out six weekly podcasts. And mobbed up our second narrative project in kind of our our biggest effort to date in that arena But going back to sort of how I got started in podcasting. Think, it's it's one of those things i. Was Kinda by chance there when I was in Undergrad I was studying creative writing and I applied to MFA programs and thought it'd be you know writing poems in some way shape or form professionally. Hopefully. Right? If anyone has ever done that My last semester of college and Undergrad just happened to be podcasting elective that fit my schedule and I took it and I loved it and I was like there's no way. This could be a job. Head after I graduated, I ended up deciding. I. Didn't want to go and do an MFA program poetry and applied for a podcast Gig and then. End Up working in podcasting. So you were saying you came specifically to to Vegas to work for the Review Journal and be there they're podcasting Guru Kinda Guy when you got to Las, Vegas, and I always kind of like to ask this question of the people that that have moved to Vegas. I'm assuming you probably had some preconceived notions about what the city was like, what were some of those those ideas in your head of what life in Las Vegas was going to be like versus maybe a year later, what it's actually like for you. I had not been Vegas as an adult before i. Came, here for my interview, actually I was here when I was maybe four or five years old with my family. So I only memory of Las Vegas was. My brother, and I had one plastic swords at Excalibur and annoyed the heck out of our parents with them. And that was really that was all I knew about Las Vegas and. I applied for this job. I knew I wanted the job I was like is it is it worth moving there will, but it actually be like and. I kinda just tried to come into it with a blank slate and just say, let's let's give it a go and see how it goes and. I've actually I've loved it. I, was so pleasantly surprised moving here and I think that's that's something that a lot of people at move your say other surprised by how much of a local community there is and how great the city is outside of the Strip outside of Fremont street not that I don't enjoy going to the stripper Fremont Street but. Yet. Yeah. It's kind of a surprising year, but something I definitely enjoyed. So what you're saying is you don't live in a hotel. You don't work on the Strip, you're not not. I live at the top of Caesar's. Palace. Actually, I live I live downtown, and it's the cool thing about that is I couldn't afford to live downtown unlike any other US city I, mean, there's probably a few, but I moved here from Chicago and I definitely couldn't afford to live downtown Chicago. So it's it's cool to live downtown here and I'm right next to the Fremont Street experience if I want that But if I don't also right next to you know full under cool restaurants and cafes and all those kinds of things very cool and and you mentioned living. Living in Chicago One of the fun things about jobs like this that that I I know I learned from my time in radio is you get to bounce around and live in a few different places What are some of the other spots in the US that you've you've lived if you always been more so have you ever been out west, it's been all midwest I I grew up in Minnesota, and then I went to college in Chicago at Loyola University..

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

08:50 min | 2 years ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"Of? Vegas experience and I have to kind of explain what that feels like or looking for a strip, experience and kind of everything else for hotels I mean I'm I tend to prefer the strip At I mean almost all of them. I haven't seen it all of them, but but many of them and I'm a big fan of the area. I'm a big Fan of Caesar's palace. I've never actually stated the Bellagio. Though I've seen the rooms. the big fan of the cosmopolitan but my all time favorite is the the Delano the hotel in behind em. Mandalay Bay there. That's stayed there once on like ninety nine dollar rate, and not really knowing much about the hotel and just blew me away. It's such an awesome room. So. That's one of my favorites and. Favorites off strip as well. I really like the resort down the strip. That's a really cool kind of spot it's it's very much separate from the Strip and downtown. Obviously, so it's kind of a resort unto itself so for people that are looking for kind of a you know. They want kind of a quiet live. Spend all my time at the hotel experience I recommend that place a lot and then kind of commute to the Strip to do everything else. And then downtown a big fan of the D. I think that's my favorite hotel downtown. The is such a cool spot. I had a chance. Last fall we actually We went into town for a night's game, and it was to happen to be right around Halloween and room rates were insane, so we actually stayed with friends in Henderson who live like ten minutes away from the M and after the night's game, we actually on our way back stopped at the for wander around in a drink and a bite to eat. And what a cool spot! And as you say, I mean you're. You're far from the Strip like you're not even strip adjacent year a twenty minute drive from the Strip, but definitely a very very cool spot to to Oh Yeah. It's got a lot to offer lots of good restaurants great pool. And the gambling is pretty decent to. If you are into table games and and other things there's there's some pretty good gambling there, which you can't really say about a lot of other places, and obviously it's you know it's still quite new I wish they would kind of. just just kind of tweak their design. A little bit I. Find that every time I go there. It looks exactly like it did on opening day. I'd like to see them just kind of. Maybe I. Want to say renovate. It doesn't renovation, but just kind of tweaked the design. A little bit updated a little bit. I think really Spruce it up, but yeah. I'm a big fan of the 'em. And Sad, what about you for hotels? Well you know I've only been there twice. and the first time we had an unwritten invaded bally's room. which you mentioned say. Felt like when we got out of the elevator was nineteen seventy six. And and then we stayed at Ti, which was actually a really nice room The only thing I can say is having walked through so many of the hotels the first time I went and trying to get an idea of where I would want to stay. I would say for me the blogs yours is. Above and beyond anything else for me, just a the the feeling of it and then. There's places like the Venetian that just even the win. When you walk in they they just have such a luxurious feel to it. And if you're willing to spend the money, I think those places would be on the top of my list for sure, maybe like Fred, says the IRA the FIDORA Tuck the little bit behind there and it it. It just depends on if you're going by yourself then. I don't think it's really worth If you're going with the guys you know I. Don't think it's really worth spending the money on a nice hotel like that, whereas if you're going as a couple with your wife or your spouse, whatever then you're looking at something like the Vidar those nicer rooms where you'll have the value. The first time we were there was this friend and I so. We didn't care. We just needed to room bed and a shower and a toilet in often. That's all we needed so yeah I think I would like to keep myself centered in the middle of the Strip so that it's easier to navigate if you're gonNA, go south or north, or whatever. If you're going, go the radio. You're still really close and I think the Rio to be one of a High Melissa just because of the poker there. And still the proximity of everything else. That's what I would do I think. Let's talk about My probably my favorite Vegas. This is always the the highlight of my trip report episodes for maybe anyways dining experiences. We talked a little bit earlier. You guys, you're not food. Lovers What are some of your favorite dining experiences? You mentioned the Gordon Ramsay restaurants earlier. Did you do hell's kitchen? There our last trip went for lunch, and it was for me anyways, exactly how I wanted it to be and what my expectations were. Expectation is really high and it. It pretty much met everything the service, the quality of the food, the just the the buzzing there the experience of it. Everything was up to par The food I mean the food. itself was just just amazing. And you're you're paying a little bit more pinger premium for being there, but that's to be expected given that it's a branded place and from a Gordon Ramsay as well you're. You'RE GONNA expect to pay a little bit more for me. The plate up all the places I've been in Vegas that would definitely be the best experience that I had foodwise and Fred what about yourself dining experiences? You have any recommendations or or personal favorites for yourself as well. I definitely have some favorites I'm definitely not the food the in the group I mean. Other than to say that. If you put food in front of me, I will eat it. So I'm not hard to please. My wife however is lakes APPS. She's very much a Foodie, and and also like said a very good cook, so I tend to kind of you know, eat and watch the reaction and hear them comment about it t to judge myself, but Yeah I've been very lucky over the years to join Bob Salinger. The author of the Book and a few others on different dining experiences trying to review restaurants crafts is one that always comes up as one of my favorites. I really enjoyed that. we did SPAGO one year, which was really really cool. I enjoyed that spot as well. I probably would get something different. If I went, but that was a that was a great experience. to treat ourselves Shantelle and I. we stated the area on When was that a couple of years ago? I think six hundred eighteen and it was right after we went after the first time. And we deal. I got there had came with like a you know a hundred dollar dining credit, or just a resort credit, and so we We took that opportunity to go to The French place at the MGM there It's one of the restaurants. It's rated very high in the unofficial guide so I thought well. Let's go check it out. We'll have one hundred dollar head, start and It was while it was. It was very very good, but the quality and the you know. The presentation was so over my head that I couldn't really appreciated. I could. Be Showing. That's that'd be show on. Yeah, so there's. Show has the his main restaurant which is like black-tie, whatever and then there's like this. Kind of attached to the kitchen, is this very casual version of that with a very similar menu, and so we went to the cashable part It was excellent, but like I say it was kind of my head. The you know just like little flowers appearing on the side of your soup, and you don't really know what you're supposed to eat and what you're not supposed to ease and. This guy's got a very very good. In pretty one you're not supposed to which is supposed to use I'm eating with my hands and. So, you're supposed to eat that like okay, how much! Sir! That's Potpourri, that's. What are these chips? As Pope, racer think it's also. We M. On if you WANNA like on a scale like the bottom. Bottom dollar be the cheapest that we age for. Where's the dollar? Twenty five hotdogs at South Point. We've played poker which were amazing. and then up to the hell's kitchen for me, but another place that was like I mentioned before was Ellis Island. For for seventy nine till. So, Fred and I signed up for the we the whole deal. You sign up for this players card. Ya GotTA. Pay For you gotTA. Play ten bucks..

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"vegas  " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"vegas " Discussed on The Jeff Does Vegas Podcast

"To to share experience they're trying to. All the CAESARS properties are trying to lure your way from mgm and Vice Versa and so what happens there is that you get this kind of conflict of It's not easy to go between the properties I mean almost everybody that goes to Vegas. Check out. The Strip would You know wants to check out all the hotels they want to go in and out in every hotel. Very easily experience what Vegas has to offer It's not designed in a way to make that easy to do so. So, transportation is one example. I mean if this way, if the Las Vegas Strip was a Disney resort, the monorail would not go down one side of the Strip. It would go right down the middle of the Strip, and it would be very easy to get to each property along the way. biggest doesn't do that and they've. There's reasons for that, so that's one way where I feel like Vegas suffers a little bit as it. It's difficult to get around and it's not really cohesive in the. The way that it's organized. Yeah, you're absolutely right. I mean I have a lot of people that will ask. Is it worth using the mono rail to get around? Las Vegas and the caveat that I always kinda throw in there is it's worth it if you're staying at one of the resorts that actually has a monorail station attached to it I mean I've used the monorail to get around not overly extensively, but a few years ago, I was staying at the Luxor, well attending a convention and Which? Which I mean is obviously one of the dumbest places to stay. If you need to get to the Las Vegas. Convention Center on a regular basis which I needed to, but I was able to take the monorail, I was able to over from the cer- across Tropicana across the MGM Grand. Hop The monorail and and be right there, but again you're right. If it was designed properly, it have been running right up the middle of the Strip as opposed to running on the back side of the e side. It would just connect all the properties, and it would be easy to get around so. Difference, too is that it looks at? If you're at a particular like you say you were at the lecture and you WanNa. Make your way over to the MGM well. It's not going to take you thirty seconds to do that. No. So every it started like built so that they're trying to get you to stay where you are in a sense that worth unless you're GONNA walk down the ship on the same side of the street, which is still not that easy like we went from Treasury. Island Nova to Mirage to make our way to Caesar's and but it took us like twenty minutes to do that. Easily yeah that that's and that's one of the big things, too. Is People always say that? If I had a dime for every time, I heard somebody say Oh, let's just walk to such and such a place. It's just right there. I can tell you right now. Twenty five minutes from now you're GONNA WANNA kill yourself because it's one hundred and fifteen degrees, outside and Y- you are twenty five minutes from now. It's still just right there. I can see it. I can see the fountains of Balazs. They're splashing. Almost there we're almost I could see. We could totally walk to the Rio. It's just right there. Yeah I was working for the guide when the monorail was, was was being licensed, and we were really excited, because we had always very critical of the transportation problems in Vegas and we thought great. This is going to be a way to solve it, and so in typical on unofficial fashioned, we send a team to people into basically time their walk in every direction from every home, every hotel along the Strip to get to the nearest monorail station station, and we couldn't believe the wait times we collected. Those people were coming back, saying yeah, it was thirty eight minutes to get from here to the monorail. We're like now I can't be right. Go do it again. Sure enough. There are definitely spots in. Oh Caesar's palace. Where you're trying to get to the nearest monorail, it takes so yeah. Yeah Yeah. That does it do as I say I. Think accessing anything from the west side of the Strip to do. Monorail is I I will usually just help people using uber or Because It's going to be just as quick of so I mean when you guys go down Las, Vegas. I mean, how often have you? Not necessarily including going down for the unofficial guide, but just on leisure trips I mean. How often do you guys get down to Las Vegas I'm going vote about once a year. I mean obviously now. COVID nineteen is here. It'll be a while before my next trip. I suspect but. I had been going at least once a year for the past. You know fifteen years or so, if being maybe fourteen years and that's about I mean I'd love to go more obviously, but that's kind of my limit I'm also doing other trips for for other reasons so. Said I've been able to bring along for only two trips so far, but we've been. In my mind, I go there all the time. But. Physically I I remember ready that the first trip that we took was when I was starting forty, so that was two years ago a little over two years ago before he three this year, so. So if we like you, said might be awhile before we get the chance to go back, but if I could go like you know financially speaking in, you know given the fact that I'm A. I'm a father of three kids in the married We a little bit harder to get over there. kids are still young so ideally once once every one and a half year or so with us. How often I I would like to go if I could but that's yeah, but the. The me both times that I've been. We try were essentially poker chips with the exception of the first time, which was kind of just to get my bearings in Vegas and look at everything that was there, and then with playing poker as well whereas last time we, we just hammered the bogus. They will almost the entire time. We were there and something else, too. I guess I. I should throw this out there. You guys are both self. You're both Canadian correct. That's correct and eastern Canada which. Presents a little bit of a a a little more difficulty in getting down to Las Vegas I, think people don't for our for the American listeners people I don't think realized quite how big and spread out of Country Canada is if I can go off on. How proud I am of my country for just a few moments here we are the the second largest country in the world. World where spread out so far and wide for myself being in Calgary to get down to to las. Vegas it's a two and a half hour flight. It's relatively quick. It's one flight I can do it for relatively often relatively short and shorter periods of time. You guys coming from eastern Canada, it's. It's a little bit more of a track and more of an adventure, isn't it? It is for sure like our our our flights I. Mean for the American listeners. It's essentially like. I'm in Ottawa, so were were so as Fred. Where parallel to almost New York New York is maybe a little bit more, east. but And but also a little bit more south obviously so. For us I'd say what Freddie if we..

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"vegas  " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"vegas " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"Do have a best bet coming up from St Fezzet here in just a couple of moments, it is an NFL related best. Bet Your chance to make some coin on the national. Football League, but first I wanted to get your thoughts on this because I might be the only one who thinks this is a bigger deal than maybe some people are reporting on it, or at least discussing Sean Payton and I don't WanNa make accusations here, so I don't WanNa come on the air and say four certain that Sean. Payton was buckled when he was doing this interview. I have no idea whether he was drinking or. Or not, but he came out pretty strong on several subjects and Sean. Payton was on one, zero, five, seven, the fan in Baltimore, talking about the acquisition of Jameis Winston, signing James Winston and he went on to say that back in twenty fourteen that Lovey Smith, and the bucks took out all their starters, so they could lose week seventeen to the New Orleans saints so that they could end up with the number one pick so that they could draft Jameis Winston now if you go back and look at that game, new, Orleans or Tampa Bay was up twenty two seven. They had a thirteen point lead at the start of the fourth quarter and ended up. Twenty three to twenty. I mean. Call me crazy Fez, but if I'm finding out that a team is trying to throw a game. And I'm a sports better. Wouldn't that Piss you off if you had money on Tampa Bay. It's all about player performance evaluation Jonas. He got to see what you got with some of the backups, and frankly we've been seeing this in the NBA for a decade now so I think there's a big distinction between a team trying to lose versus a team juggling their lineup, and they lose because of it. I know that sounds to be similar, but I think there's a big differential between the. The two well, let me here's my theory as to what actually happened. This is what I think happened because. Sean Payton specifically said Lovey Smith took out all his starters. Here's what I think happened I think. I don't think lovey Smith wanted to do it. First of all I think. Lovey Smith was told by the front office. Take out your starters late in the game at some point so. So that, we can improve our odds of losing that football game and I think lovey. Smith went against everything that he knows about football competition, everything in his core and tank to the game late by taking the starters out, and then a year later got fired by the organization I. Think Lovey Smith was pissed off because he did everything for the organization when against everything inside of him as As far as competition goes, took his starters out of the game thinking I'm helping the organization at least they can help me. And a year later got fired for it, and they turn the keys over to dirt cutter I. Think Lovey Smith was pissed off about that felt like he got wronged and got duped by the organization, and that's why he told Sean Payton the story. That's my theory. Possible but lovey Smith has never been very much of a football coach and Tampa. Bay Did get Winston instead of Marietta show. It worked out better for them G's, and you're taking out. Lovey Smith to finish up the show. Good guy says all right, so speaking of Lovey Smith and Lovey Smith former team, and actually before we get your best bet here says you have a prediction when it comes to the NFL draft, I want you to just throw this out to everybody I'm not even going to respond to it I'm going to let it marinate for everybody's ears, and then we'll get into your best bet, so just go ahead within ten to fifteen years, the NFL will implement a. Lottery where they'll have the ping pong balls like the NBA, and you're not gonNA be guaranteed the number one pick with the worst record so ten to fifteen years. The NFL have a lottery that according to Steve Fez. Fez Best Bet Lovey Smith related his former team. The Chicago bears. What are you got? Chicago bears season when the bears are going to go under eight wins Jonas. The bears are overrated. They went eight eight last year and I. I hear the talk. Hey, foles could be an upgrade over trubisky. Shouldn't the bears win more than eight Games will possibly, but here's the problem Jonas the. The bears won eight games last year, but they really should have only one six. The bears had three fortunate wins because they got to play Detroit's backup. quarterbacks driscoll BLAU and week seventeen. The Vikings didn't play anyone. You talk about emptying the bench, and because of that the bears got three tainted winds on the bears under eight.

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"vegas  " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"vegas " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"On National Radio Mike God what else you got in the toolbox. Don't answer that all right. A game game number four game number four says five week one lines in the NFL that surprise you. What's game number four? All Right? My Las Vegas Raiders I have to talk about them going to be playing in allegiance. Stadium I drive by it almost every day Jonas their Ad Carolina the Linus, Peckham and I gotTa tell you. I really feel the raiders should be favored. Carolina's already rebuilding. They have a brand new coach and Matt Rule. Brand new quarterback in bridgewater. My feeling is that with Cova and with the Elimination of the OTA's limited practices. This is really going to put new coaches and new quarterbacks up against it, and because of that I favor the raiders. Do you agree Jonas Yeah I? I agree as well, too. I think Carolina's GonNa be overrated. I think it felt like Carolina. was kind of making it up this? This offseason like some of the moves if you're rebuilding, why are you making this move? And then going out and making this move? It's like they got rid of all their their veterans, but then they paid a bunch of money to bring in Teddy Bridgewater. And then they brought in quarterback from the, and it's like Oh, well, Matt Rules Connection with all these guys are great, but that doesn't equal out to success immediately and I think they're in one of the more difficult divisions in the NFL. Carolina's GonNa Struggle this upcoming season. Carolina season win number. Five Asa Las Vegas. Saying here's a team that clearly is going to be rebuilding the team with the lowest season when Jacksonville going to be a long year for the Jaguars at four and a half Jonas all right Steve Fezzet final one your fifth game. Five Games surprise you week one lines in the NFL. What's number? Five Green? Bay at Minnesota and Minnesota is laying three and a half and frankly Jonas. I think that most people and I agree think these teams are pretty close to equal and Minnesota's a really good homefield worth about three and a half so this line would make sense if there were fans but a big part of Minnesota's home field advantages. It's very noisy stadium there i. don't think there's going to be fans more than eighty percent. Chance that they'll. They'll just be token fans or no fans and attendance, and because of that I can't see how Minnesota should be favored by the three and a half. It should be more like two to two and a half. What the reduced home field advantage should be. Do you agree well I would disagree I like Minnesota in this game and I like him big here's. First of all. It's a one PM eastern time kickoff, and we know that favors kirk cousins because of his OCD, secondly Minnesota knows what it's like to kick out fans because they kicked out, Ragnar, their longtime mascot, a few years back, and he hasn't been allowed back in the building all right, so the fact that Minnesota's already setup themselves for understanding what it's like to lose at least one fan and a very. Very valuable fan at that I think Minnesota's accustomed to it. I like Minnesota big in that game. Yeah, Kirk cousins, when the game starting at one o'clock eastern. If you just did nothing but bet on Minnesota you cash two thirds of the time, if the starting time as anything other than one PM eastern the other team, their opponent caches two thirds of the time. Can it be that easy Jonas I know? Now that I picked Greenvale probably win by two touchdowns. So who knows all right.

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"vegas  " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"vegas " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"Get in the zone, autozone so. The Michael, Jordan last dance. Documentary Steve Fezzet has had all sorts of late years attached to it, and it comes in time in which people are trying to find something to talk about and so every single Sunday for five straight weeks there were different things hanging off the tree that p people could pull from the latest is the quote. Unquote flew game in which Michael Jordan said in the final episodes of the last dance that it actually was a pizza that he ordered, and he had gotten food poisoning from the pizza, and it wasn't exactly the flu game well as it turns out the man who claims to have made the pizza. For Michael Jordan, which was delivered to his room in Utah His name is Greg fight and he appeared on the Ben Maller show. He also appeared on the herd with Colin Cowherd, and he's made on on Fox sports radio, and of these Fox sports radio affiliates, and he's made the rounds in done some interviews, and he is saying that there was nothing done to the pizza. It was not intentionally poisoned because he in fact is a bulls fan. He made the pizza and even joked that he was gonna make sure that it was extra special. Before the pizza was sent out to Michael Jordan, and he didn't even know if it was for sure. Go into Jordan until he found out after the fact, here's why it doesn't matter whether or not. This was intentionally poisoned or not, just because he didn't intentionally poison, the pizza doesn't mean that it wasn't food. Poisoning I've had food poisoning before I had a sub sandwich from a sub sandwich chain. I'm not name names here because I. Don't want to out anybody. But I got food poisoning, and it was awful for about twenty four hours I was vomiting. Vomiting everywhere six, literally sick to my stomach I. Don't think that the guy behind the counter who made the sandwich intentionally tried to poison my food. He baby just had some bad products there so to me this whole well Michael, Jordan's not being honest about the pizza. Look just because the food was poisoned doesn't mean that it happened intentionally. It could have been bad ingredients. It was the end of the night I think it's much to do about nothing and more a more of an indictment on the lack of sports that we have to talk about. About this is even a story in my opinion, says yeah, I agree. Let's face it Jonas one. Do you think was the last pizza? They made in Utah in Salt Lake that night at eight o'clock pm, so ingredients sitting out for maybe two two hours two and a half hours so basic stregic. If you're GONNA eat late night, probably eat in Vegas not in Salt Lake and I. think that had more to do whether it was intent or not. I think we all knew that Jordan was indeed very very sick. Yeah, I just to me. Me What I when I'm seeing, some of the reactions and people are saying Oh man. We knew Michael is now. Listen Horace. Grant late into Michael, Jordan, and I've said from the START I think a lot of what we saw on this quote. Unquote documentary is an indicator that when you see a documentary, it's not exactly a documentary making a murderer that was cited towards one aspect of it whether it's you know if you want to go all the way back, and you WanNa, go to paradise lost, which was about the murders and Robin, Hood Hills. which which came out on HBO years and years ago. If you're getting a documentary, it doesn't mean that it's entirely accurate. It's just accurate to whatever that side of the argument wants to portray. So just because Jordan is saying these things as we're finding out, they're not exactly all one hundred percent truce. They're just stuff that he is putting into the documentary and people are running with it i. think we gotta calm down a maybe he was his food was poison, but it doesn't mean that it was done intentionally regardless. Did you have money on the? Flu, game, Steve Don't recall it's been too long. Yes, all right. It's a Steve. Jonas knocks in for RJ bell here on. Fox Sports Radio Straight OUT OF VEGAS HERE ON FSR and you can check out the show on the IHEART radio APP all right coming up next. There is an aspect to today's gambling world that was impacted by something. You saw.

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"vegas  " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"vegas " Discussed on Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

"Get in the zone autozone. So the Michael Jordan. Last dance documentary. Steve Fezzet has had all sorts of late years attached to it and it comes in time in which people are trying to find something to talk about and so every single Sunday for five straight weeks there were different things hanging off the tree that p people could pull from the latest is the quote unquote flew game in which Michael Jordan said in the final episodes of the last dance that it actually was a pizza that he ordered and he had gotten food poisoning from the pizza and it wasn't exactly the flu game. Well as it turns out the man who claims to have made the pizza for Michael Jordan which was delivered to his room in Utah. His name is Greg fight and he appeared on the Ben Maller show he also appeared on the herd with Colin cowherd and he's made On on Fox sports radio and of these Fox sports radio affiliates and he's made the rounds in done some interviews and he is saying that there was nothing done to the pizza. It was not intentionally poisoned. Because he in fact is a Bulls Fan. He made the pizza and even joked that he was gonna make sure that it was extra special before the pizza was sent out to Michael Jordan. And he didn't even know if it was for sure go into Jordan until he found out after the fact. Here's why it doesn't matter whether or not this was intentionally poisoned or not. Just because he didn't intentionally poison the pizza doesn't mean that it wasn't food poisoning. I've had food poisoning before I had a sub sandwich from a sub sandwich chain. I'm not name names here because I don't want to out anybody but I got food poisoning and it was awful for about twenty four hours. I was vomiting everywhere. Six literally sick to my stomach. I don't think that the guy behind the counter who made the sandwich intentionally tried to poison my food. He baby just had some bad products there so to me this whole well Michael Jordan's not being honest about the pizza. Look just because the food was poisoned. Doesn't mean that it happened intentionally. It could have been bad ingredients. It was the end of the night. I think it's much to do about nothing and more a more of an indictment on the lack of sports that we have to talk about. This is even a story in my opinion says. Yeah I agree. Let's face it Jonas. One do you think was the last pizza they made in Utah in Salt Lake? That night. At eight o'clock. Pm So ingredients sitting out for maybe two two hours two and a half hours so basic stregic. If you're GONNA eat late night. Probably EAT IN VEGAS NOT IN. Salt Lake and I think that had more to do whether it was intent or not. I think we all knew that Jordan was indeed very very sick. Yeah I just To me what I when I'm seeing some of the reactions and people are saying. Oh Man we knew Michael is now. Listen Horace Grant late into Michael Jordan. And I've said from the START I think a lot of what we saw on this quote unquote documentary is an indicator that when you see a documentary. It's not exactly a documentary. Making a murderer that was cited towards one aspect of it. Whether it's you know if you want to go all the way back and you WanNa go to paradise lost which was about the murders and Robin Hood Hills with which came out on. Hbo Years and years ago. If you're getting a documentary it doesn't mean that it's entirely accurate. It's just accurate to whatever that side of the argument wants to portray so just because Jordan is saying these things as we're finding out they're not exactly all one hundred percent truce. They're just stuff that he is putting into the documentary and people are running with it. I think we gotta calm down. Maybe he was. His food was poison. But it doesn't mean that it was done intentionally. Regardless did you have money on the flu. Game Steve I don't recall it's been too long. Yes all right. It's a Steve. Jonas knocks in for RJ. Bell here on Fox. Sports Radio Straight out of Vegas here on FSR and you can check out the show on the IHEART radio APP all right coming up next. There is an aspect to today's gambling. World that was impacted by something. You saw.

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