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The great burger debate

You asked for it, so you got it, the great burger debate. Are you a Fat Burger man or are In N Out burger person? March madness the greatest four days in sports, but Slashdogx is it worth risking your life for it.

Conventions are a big part of Vegas porn stars one week, realtors the next. Another new segment I love it, I hate it. Crime and the skyline, which one do you love?

Two of the smallest casino’s on the strip Osheas and Casino Royale. How about the food? Subway or Burger King. Entertainment we have Vinnie Favorito and Vinnie Favorito. Say all that Tommy Dutch thinks they are a must see.

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7 Responses to The great burger debate

  1. cb says:

    I saw Vinnie Favorito at O’Sheas last July and it was hilarious! It was basically like he was roasting the whole audience. He was very smart, he’d ask different people in the audience questions about themselves, he’d bust on them individually, and then at the end he summarized every person he busted on in a kind-of bust finale. For example, he’d embarrass parents in front of their college-age kids, and then he’d slam on the kids in front of the parents. It’s very funny if you like ‘Roast’ type comedy. I think there was a 2-for-1 ticket deal – worth it for a quick diversion from gambling.

    My favorite part of O’Sheas is being able to play craps 10 feet from the strip. They have the doors open and you can see, smell, feel all the action on the street while you gamble. You definitely feel like you’re in Vegas. No other place where you can do that on the whole strip.

  2. Kevin says:

    Hey there guys:

    Just found you guys this week after hearing Brian on Rounder the Poker Show. Looking forward to going through the archives. Just thought I would mention that there is a “store” attached to Casino Royale that sells T Shirts, golf shirts, etc. I was amazed at the quality of the golf shirts. I was out a couple a year or so ago and my bags were lost for a day so I picked up a couple of the golf shirts there just to get by. Usually with these sort of places, one wash and they are done, but these have held up really well and I still wear them.

  3. aaron foust says:

    My friend told me about you website and I checked it out. When it comes to fast food I know a thing or two. Having gone to FSU I ate out alot. We didnt have any fat burgers or in&out’s but I have had in&out and it was pretty dam good. But I have also had mcdonalds before that was also pretty dam good, so what exactly is that saying. At the end of the day it’s still beef and it’s what’s for dinner!! I think I’ll go check out Vinnie this week.
    Vegas Villain

  4. brian says:

    Damn, 3 new listeners getting involved, including a representative from the beef council. Welcome guys. Glad to have you.

  5. Straight Outta Fennville says:

    Once again, a great show.

    CR does offer 100x odds on craps. Someday maybe I will have enough of their “I don’t think that is really Crown” and Cokes to put a $300 odds bet bet behind my $3 line bet, The drinks are usually pretty stiff, which is a plus…you just question once in a while what bottle your call actually comes from. Heck, free is free.

  6. Slashdogx says:

    Crap. Where was the ‘Making Martini’s with the Mayor’ class when I was in college. I bet that Nevada politician Jim Gibbons is in the first row.

    Thanks for the shout out. I look forward to the possibility of buying you guys a drink or six on super bowl weekend assuming we can sync schedules. I will email you directly in a few days to set a possible time. Anyone else in Vegas for the Super Bowl is welcome to join.

    I am interested to hear your early thoughts on the SB match-up and other posters views as well for that matter. I am still in Southeast Asia and the good news is ESPN international carries the AFC games. The bad news is the Championship game airs about 3:30 a.m. here so I have no idea of who’s playing well.

    Speaking of Singapore, they recently had their first poker tournament here and Gus Hanson, Tony G, and a few others played. They are building two casino’s in the next couple of years which is quite a step forward considering chewing gum is illegal here (actually it makes a big difference the appearance of the city). It looks like poker and casinos are exploding everywhere. I guess it is just a matter of time before there is a ‘This Ain’t Cambodia Podcast’.

    I agree with Tommy and Brian that Blackjack tournaments, while they are probably fun to play, could not distingish talent in the same way that poker does. I find them unwatchable.

    I’m fired up to be in Vegas in two weeks, but I am already getting pissed off thinking about those trucks with signs that drive slowly up and down the Strip as a method of advertising. I think the traffic wouldn’t be nearly as bad without those bastards!

  7. Steve in West Palm says:

    I’ve seen Vinnie at O’Sheas three times, and each time it was well worth the two-for-one $30 admission. Brian, I also think he’s the type that may give you some air time on behind the bricks. I know Tommy would like him as he spends most of his show blasting “douche bags” in the audience.

    My response to I love it/hate it segment:
    I love it: Plenty of attractive women who feel the need to “Slut” up their attire once they get off the plane in Vegas.
    I hate it: Kids in strollers anywhere/anytime in any casino strip/downtown.

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