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Isn’t Video Lottery GREAT!

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I’ve been saying, once someone gets killed maybe we will all realize that this stupid experiment isn’t worth it;

With surveillance video rolling, a young man in plain clothes robbed a Sioux Falls casino at knife-point Wednesday night, forcing the 60-year-old clerk through the business by her neck.

 

The crime at Paradise Casino was the 21st business robbery of the year in the city, one shy of the total for all of last year. Video lottery casinos have accounted for about half of those.

Almost one a week! WOO-HOO! I have been kind of disappointed though, there hasn’t been one in my neighborhood for awhile. I love it when investigators yell at me and tell me to mind my own business.

Clemens encouraged casino managers to do what Paradise did: Lock the doors at night and leave it up to employees to let customers inside. He said similar strategies saved two casinos from being robbed earlier this year when would-be robbers showed up at locked doors.

Actually the first solution would be to install ATM’s in the casinos that dispense winnings from scanning a ticket so that the cashier doesn’t have access to large amounts of money. But the best solution would be to get rid of this stupid way of funding government, once and for all.

The DNC takes a page from SouthDacola.

In ten words or less, sum up Douche Limbaugh’s existence, and the DNC will put it on a billboard in his home town…. and give you a T-shirt. Do you think they use Cafe Press too?

The only word I can think of is ‘douchenozzle’. Or should that be two words?

I guess I better give him back my signed copy of his X-mas CD

J.P. is gonna need the money.

From the RCJ;

Former “American Idol” finalist Jamie Paul Koehler has pleaded not guilty in 7th Circuit Court to a felony charge of grand theft by embezzlement.

Koehler, 32, Rapid City, is accused of stealing several thousand dollars from a family member. The maximum penalty upon conviction is 10 years in prison and a $20,000 fine.

Koehler became well-known in the area after finishing in the top 44 performers on the televised “American Idol” musical competition in 2005.