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March 29, 2017

AND IN SPORTS

Las Vegas brothel owner to open Raiders-themed ‘sex palace’ with discounts for players and staff

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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Well that guy had a big smile on his face.(ha)

An authentic Vegas Welcome.

I heard someone on the radio yesterday wondering how a Vegas sportsball team was going to work in a city with legal gambling, legal strip clubs and closeby legal prostitution. Will that be an advantage to the home or away team? Think when Cincy, with the most arrested players, comes to town. Jackpot. Will nouveau millionaire players go broke faster than the current rapid league average?

The motto will be "GO DEEP"...

A little headline editing is called for. Brothels and prostitution are illegal in Las Vegas and all of Clark County. Dennis Hof's pleasure palaces are mostly in Nye County where his enterprises are legal. Some friends have told me it's worth the drive, but I'll just have to take their word for it.

"You should see OUR tight ends..."

It isn't sex that wrecks these players; it's staying up all night looking for it.

It's only right. Someone other than the fans should get scr*wed.

"Brothel owner Dennis Hof is celebrating the Raiders’ move to Las Vegas with a bang."

And soon, so will players and staff.

Can an Andrew Loyd Webber musical be far behind ?

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