Sunday, March 27, 2022

E-395: Salt Bae & Switch

 Random Vegas

  • In the late 40s, ownership of the Flamingo saved 30 cats marked for euthanization and gave them a home and a job
  • Not only did they kill the mice and rats at the Flamingo but overachieved by taking care of them in the surrounding area as well.
  • Eager to show off what a good job they were doing, the cats would often bring the remains of their prey to Flamingo staff who would then have to quickly hide the remains, so guests didn't see.
  • So valued were their services that they learned they would receive leftovers from elaborate meals at the property if they simply visited the back door to the kitchen

Twitpic of the week

It’s a dream like image of a property that lives up to the Hype.  Circa fully light up and reflecting off a puddle, symbolizing the Stevens group domination of the Downtown market.  Not to be forgot is the reflection of the Golden Gate, the oldest property on Fremont St.  It’s hard to come up with the proper way to say this is beautiful but it is and so much more.  You’ve got to see @goldengatevegas photo and this week’s winner.

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