It’s 8:30pm. I’m sleeping because all the overtime I work to pay down my student loans nine years early has the unfortunate side effect of occasionally requiring me to live on four hours of sleep. My phone rings with a phone number I don’t recognize.
That’s Grantville. I don’t know anyone in Grantville, let alone anyone with that number, so I let it go to voicemail. A few minutes later my voicemail alert goes off. It can’t be a wrong number; who would call a wrong number and, after hearing the name in the greeting, leave a message? And a two-minute message at that?
It was Hollywood Casino.
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I’ll keep this short.
We already give you money. You don’t even really have to do anything; we pretty much just walk in and hand over cash. We don’t even get free drinks out of the deal.
So please — please — stop subjecting us to that abortion of a TV commercial.
Penn National just issued a press release stating that Hollywood Casino will not be sold off to PNG Acquisition Company. A very cursory Google search reveals no useful information about “PNG Acquisition Company”. So I wonder: PNG = Penn National Gaming? Was Penn National trying to buy a Penn National property from Penn National? Was Penn National trying to sell to Penn National?
45 more of those creepy Max-Headroom-like virtual card dealers are coming to Hollywood Casino. It’s about time. In fact, let’s abolish the card game ban altogether. What’s the logic behind banning card games again? It’ll promote gambling or something?
Read the story in PennLive here.
I hit my first major win the other day — $346.61 from $20. And I did it on Hee-Haw. That’s right, I’m a high-roller $.02 slot player. I love that game if for no reason other than it’s so completely random. The payouts are just great: Two rednecks, an ear of corn, and a Democrat? You’ve just won 1000 internets!
And I find it both disturbing and hilarious that “KKK” is an actual payout.