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Breaking news we have know chance of winning to bracket competitions. Is that a UFO or a flock of birds either way Tommy’s tripping at the Luxor. And have we been looking in the fish tank with the site redesign? The recommendations for are a cover band with a difference and an up market Denny’s.
So we finished our strip reviews, so it’s time to head down town. The Golden Gate is a step back in time and the home to some great food bargains. If your after a happy hour Main Street Station is the place. Not to forget the signature property The Golden Nugget which has very high standards for downtown. Binions is a mecca for poker players, with the “poker hall of fame”. And lets not forget the El Cortez, no we really should forget it.
Is Brian ready to be a father? Well that we are not sure of, but one thing is for sure we did some research on old time Vegas. And before we forget you guys have been on fire with your feedback and stay tuned for a very special comment that has been sent into the show.
Time for last casino review, one of the newest places in town and it’s already had a name change. The South Point has some of the best food in town, steer clear of the dueling pianos. The gambling is fantastic, the poker room maybe small but has great jackpots and the sports book is willing to take a chance.
Love it, hate it is all about the McCarran International Airport. It may have great car parking, but good luck trying to find your rental car. And we wrap up with a listener submitted story for the This Ain’t Iowa segment.
Catch up on all the gossip from our bracket comp, ohh and not long now until baseball season. What do midgets and plastic bike rack have in common? Brian and Tommy’s work, thats what. The city of Las Vegas pulls out all the stops and paint the rocks green.
Our final casino review is The Silverton, check it out if your a fisherman or a stoner. It does have bowling for dwarfs, that is way more fun than normal bowling.
Our first off the strip recommendation is a French restaurant that makes Tommy uneasy. And for the other pick it’s a strip club that turns into not a strip club after 4am. Tommy Dutch takes the time to put together a list with his Top 5 hated alumni. And we end the show with hookers for Jesus.
The NCAA talk continues, but we promise this show won’t be like watching paint dry for you non sports bettors. We catch up with two shows worth of posts from the message board. The Stardust gets blown up and Tommy Dutch will get blown up if he calls Bridgette his ex-girlfriend one more time.
A huge week in Vegas showbiz, every one from Jay Leno to Earth Wind and Fire is in town. Speaking of showbiz Cuba Gooding is in town to get his star on. In love it, hate it, one of us is hanging by the pool and the other is hanging out near shitty plywood shacks.
The Green Valley Ranch takes it’s turn under the This Ain’t Iowa spotlight. A nice new modern Casino in a great part of town and one of the softest poker rooms in town. What sets this property is the surrounds, the district has some of the nicest places to eat in town.
Brian and Tommy give you a complete run down on the NCAA basketball tournament. They go conference by conference to see if they can find winners for your office pool. And be sure to join our Yahoo Tournament Pick’em and maybe win a crappy prize.
Tommy had a wild week in the wild with girls gone wild. Do Bmo’s past few days stack up? Three words for you WORLDS LARGEST THERMOMETER. And thanks for the feedback on the Orleans, but those uniforms are not hot.
A very special love it, hate it from our good buddy Mofobes. As a new Las Vegas resident Mofobes is able to bring you a fresh perspective to the segment, it’s the first time the Department of Motor Vehicles has been mentioned on this podcast.
A locals casino is this weeks review, but it say it’s a locals casino is underrating The Red Rock. The sports book is the best in town and the poker room isn’t half bad which is all you need when it comes to gambling as far as we are concerned. The food can be hit and miss and the entertainment is a miss. And to top this all off the Cherry night clubs entrance looks like a vertical bacon sandwich.
The week is full of nascar related stuff, everything from Mark Martin on the home shopping network, to rookies learning to cook. And we round out the show with This Ain’t Iowa, we give you two stories for the price of one.
Instead of our weekend wrap we start with some news about the Sahara and Bills Gambling Hall. You guys have been tearing up the message boards this past weekend, even if it did get a little strange. We are also pleased to announce the first ever contest on This Ain’t Iowa, March Madness Tournament Pick’em.
For a casino thats not far of the Las Vegas strip, The Orleans is almost a locals casino. One of the top 5 poker rooms in Vegas and great priced table games in close proximity to a number of bars are the highlights on the gaming floor. It also has the bonus of some very underrated entertainment Black Eyed Peas to Susanne Summers.
The This Ain’t Iowa segment and the off the strip recommendations share something in common, bad driving. And to round out the show the way we normally start the show and fill you in on our weekends.
Tommy goes on location to give the low down on the Rio. We start the show with one of our passions… gambling, helping out with a few tips and tricks. Las Vegas is home to enough whackos, is it big enough for the biggest whack job of them all? Love it, hate it, or should it be called I use to love it, but now I’m trying to impress the chicks I hate it.
Time for the Casino review, it’s the home of the WSOP the Rio. Boy is the building ugly, but thats the only bad thing we can think of. It has it all, go go dancers, nightclubs and buffets. Find out why Brian had to subtract half a point from his score.
The Super Mega Update for the “This Ain’t Iowa” segment. With the 2008 elections looming large it’s time for Hillary and Barack to shine on the strip.