Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by stock777, Jan 17, 2011.
Anyone see this?
Says more crooks on an inch Wall St than in all of Vegas.
I posted it a few hours ago, it was a good piece.
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He probably was implying that the outcome in Vegas normally cannot be manipulated like it is on Wall Street. He had gotten used to a level playing field even though the odds are stacked in the house's favor. Wall Street was a rude awaking.
No, he was burned by Enron, Tyco, the usual suspects. Guys a multi millionaire from sports betting.
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