Originally Posted by ak1971
took this off the net.
He raised accusations of being sympathetic to Nazis owing to his collection of Nazi memorabilia in the casino, including a painting of himself dressed in a Nazi uniform (captioned "to Adolf from Ralphie"), a painting of Hitler with the reverse caption, and the cars of Nazi leaders. On April 20 in 1986 and 1988, he hosted birthday parties for Adolf Hitler at his casino in Las Vegas which featured bartenders in T-shirts reading "Adolf Hitler — European tour 1939-45
The other rumor was the the IP was built in the shape of a swastika, which is false.
Wild...Shaped like a swastika? weird. One thing I like about the IP is that I can actually find my way out the door like alot of the other casinos.
I saw some BS video on the mane awhile back about DIA having Nazi connections and it being shaped like a swastika. It's somewhere in the war forum along with 500 other crazy conspiracy theories.
Back to the topic at hand...One casino I wouldn't recommend going to is Hooters. My buddy and I stumbled in there and man did we get ripped off. The gals weren't even cute. Really that is the only thing Hooters had going for it anyway. Not sure what Casino that building use to be but it looks like all they did was change the sign and add a nasty girls in orange shorts to the casino floor.
I thought the tram thing was cool except nobody rides it. Been to Vegas several times over the years and never bothered to get on it. If they extended that thing the airport than it would get used. We could then avoid the jackass taxi drivers who try and stick you on the drag to get you to a hotel that isn't even close to that road. Some jackass got me stuck in traffic there and rang up a $20.00 cab ride. I didn't say anything as we sat in traffic. Once we got to my destination I told him (well you turned a $10.00 cab ride into $20.00) here is $10.00 and a $2.00 tip. He looked at me and I slammed the door shut and walked off.