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360 Vegas Podcast - Episode 104 Channeling Burgundy

360 Vegas Podcast - Episode 104 Channeling Burgundy

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The IRS has estimated that a cocktail waitress in a large sports book makes a 25-cent toke on each drink she serves. They tax her accordingly, whether she actually makes the money or not. (Casino player magazine Facebook page)

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In this episode of the 360 Las Vegas Podcast:

  • Cosmopolitan Sold Rumors
  • Total Rewards UK Connection
  • Krave Massive Goes Flaccid
  • Champagne Lounge coming to Caesars
  • Liberace's House bought by fan
  • Plazzo wants the Act out
  • Zappo's Housing Market Issues
  • Rose.Rabbit.Lie coming to Cosmo
  • New Linq Tenant's Announced
  • Shi Fan Market coming to Palazzo
  • MGM/OSHA ruling
  • Palms Players Club retooled
  • 360 Moneyline "Can't Lose NFL Picks"

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