Five Hundy by Midnight #370: Pre-VIMFPing

Las Vegas podcast #370 includes:

  • Modern Marvels opener
  • Vegas Internet Mafia Family Picnic updates
  • Caesars announces Linq tenants
  • Skyvue has issues… didn’t see that coming
  • Caesars finally talks about Bill’s renovations
  • Aria buffet shuts down for renovations
  • Garth leaves Vegas
  • Nathan Burton leaves Flamingo
  • Bite heads to Plaza
  • Strat hires a playmate
  • NYNY likes mom porn
  • Our sponsor, Viator
  • Our sponsor, Crunchdaddy
  • Listener calls about long-hauling, poker tournaments, Absinthe, pools and other stuff
  • Call us at (702) 866-9494

Five Hundy By Midnight 10/6/12 68:47 min, 65.7 MB)

4 thoughts on “Five Hundy by Midnight #370: Pre-VIMFPing

  1. I like the 24 hour bowling alley idea. I was in Vegas trying to stay up until the sun came up one night last year, but gave up. Not because I was tired, but because I couldn’t fit any more booze or food in my stomach, and I was sick of gambling. (Too much back and forth, and it was making me nervous.) I was wishing there was some sort of bowling alley or arcade that was open late. (I ended back at my room around 5 am.

    Thank you Michele, for the skinheads bowling reference.

    I am not excited about the cupcake place at Linq, as there is a place like that at Monte Carlo already. Then again, maybe they’ll have some unique flavors that will make it worth the trip.

    I am excited about the Asian street market for the food, but the other stuff related to FAME seems kind of douchey. (It’s a word I am reluctant to use, since it is way overused these days, but I can’t think of another way to describe it.)

  2. Gilby,

    The Orleans bowling alley is open 24 hours I believe. On big group trips, its been fun to go to… you can bring your own bottle of booze and do shots for every non-strike. Vegas! Also, while I wouldn’t stay there again, there is a fantastic little joint there called “Big Al’s Oyster Bar” (no affiliation), the clam chowder is made from scratch and is mind blowing, great in the winter!

  3. I think Michele said that “Bad Blood” was a duet between Neil Sedaka and Paul Anka… I’m sure she meant Elton John, not Paul Anka. Must have been all the pre-VIMFP excitement.

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