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Las Vegas Neon Circa 1962

Ever wonder what all of those signs in the Neon Boneyard looked like in action? Check out this cool-ass video of Las Vegas in 1962. Thanks to Five Hundy listener Jim McCollum for sending this link our way.

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All that’s missing is Haddaway’s “What Is Love?” as the soundtrack…

Thanks to listener Gordon for posting this on our Facebook page.

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We here at Five Hundy by Midnight don’t like Adolph Hitler. I know… we’re really going out on a limb with this stance, but it’s true. Der Fuehrer was a major fuckstick.

I never imagined I’d agree with the guy about anything.

And then I saw this video, courtesy of one of our listeners, Barry in Florida…

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Faraway So Close

You’re strolling along the Las Vegas Strip and realize:

  • You have a gigantic booger clogging your left nostril.
  • You have a wedgie.
  • You have batwings.

As soon as you’re a comfortable distance from anyone else, you take care of it. It’s nothing that a quick dig at your nose or nether regions can’t fix. And who’s going to notice? Thanks to the magic of technology, everybody!

Thanks to James for sending this my way and posting it on our ever-growing Facebook fan page.

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“Rehab: Party at the Hard Rock” may be gone, but fear not. The crack producers at TruTV haven’t abandoned Las Vegas. Beginning on July 17, “Vegas Strip” will follow cops along Las Vegas Boulevard, busting ass on drunken skanks and douchebags. This has trainwreck written all over it. Count me in.

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Can’t get enough outdated Las Vegas footage on The Travel Channel? Five Hundy by Midnight has you covered. It’s time to look back at Las Vegas circa 1997. It was a simpler time… a time when Danny Gans was doing his already outdated impressions at Rio; a time when when the city was thriving; a time when casino executive Glenn Schaeffer sounded like Mr. Howell; a time before Roy was mistaken for tiger food. I give you NBC’s Today Show from Las Vegas circa April 1997:

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