St. Louis County Casino to Open March 4

St. Louis County Casino to Open March 4

There are 28 comments on the Fox2Now story from Feb 5, 2010, titled St. Louis County Casino to Open March 4. In it, Fox2Now reports that:

Louis area, now has an opening date. Pinnacle Entertainment Inc. said Friday that River City casino in south St.

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concerned citizen

East Saint Louis, IL

#1 Feb 5, 2010
I would like to know why Pinnacle entertain has not issued their new employees @ the river city casinos their W2 forms. I know by State law they were suppose to be mailed out by the 31 of Jan. Here it is almost the middle of Febuary and they still have not recieved their tax papers. Not a Good Look Pinnacle entertainment.
Ryan

United States

#2 Feb 5, 2010
great for the unemployed that got these jobs!!!! bad for gamblers!
Edwardsville Woman

Highland, IL

#3 Feb 5, 2010
Ryan wrote:
great for the unemployed that got these jobs!!!! bad for gamblers!
I really agree about the unemployed but why bad for gamblers?
Yom

Addison, IL

#5 Feb 5, 2010
Hope they provide armed security officers at this location. Lumiere Casino dont.
RETIRED1

United States

#7 Feb 5, 2010
Those hoosiers that live in that area aren't going to waste their meth money on gambling!!
Ryan

United States

#8 Feb 5, 2010
let me rephrase that....not good for the gamblers if you dont know how to stop at a certain point.!!!!... i am a small gambler and i go with 100.00 and either leave a loser or double it and leave. cant wait to see the new casino will be nice.
Frizz

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#9 Feb 5, 2010
Not everybody in that area is on Meth and is a hoosier buddy....
hmmmm

Saint Louis, MO

#10 Feb 5, 2010
Ron Burgundy, hilarious!!

But seriously...another fricken casino....why do we need 7 in this area, why?!?!?!
Marge

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Feb 5, 2010
RETIRED1 wrote:
Those hoosiers that live in that area aren't going to waste their meth money on gambling!!
Who do you think you are RETIRED1 There a lot of nice people who live in that area and I for one live in that area. We all try to work 40 hours a week and then some, we don't have your luxury of being RETIRED1. Everytime you open your mouth its negative See your doctor for a happy pill.
mudduck

Park Hills, MO

#12 Feb 5, 2010
get'er done
taxpayer

Arnold, MO

#13 Feb 5, 2010
Does anyone know who paid for all the roads and improvements that lead to the casino?
AFWife

San Antonio, TX

#14 Feb 7, 2010
Oh boy....a casino in Lemay! yeeee-haw. I bet you'll be able to count the number of teeth on one hand!
AFWife

San Antonio, TX

#15 Feb 7, 2010
Marge, you better see your doctor so he can remove your head from that dark place that prohibits you from seeing life around you!
AFWife

San Antonio, TX

#16 Feb 7, 2010
Marge wrote:
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Who do you think you are RETIRED1 There a lot of nice people who live in that area and I for one live in that area. We all try to work 40 hours a week and then some, we don't have your luxury of being RETIRED1. Everytime you open your mouth its negative See your doctor for a happy pill.
Marge, you better see your doctor so he can remove your head from the dark place that keeps you from seeing reality.
Is This a Joke

United States

#17 Feb 8, 2010
How about Missouri gets rid of all the casinos, and the casino profits might go toward producing more actual production jobs instead of more bankruptcies? What a screwed up country led by complete criminals......
Let them eat cake

Plano, TX

#18 Feb 8, 2010
Is This a Joke wrote:
How about Missouri gets rid of all the casinos, and the casino profits might go toward producing more actual production jobs instead of more bankruptcies? What a screwed up country led by complete criminals......
If you close the casinos then how would they make a profit for you to take? Not only that, but I can't believe you want the government to start siezing property and profits to give them to other people...I think that's called socialism?

Get your head out of your butt. Seriously, if you want to be involved with socialism give your internet bandwidth to someone with a brain who can't afford it.
Is This a Joke

United States

#19 Feb 8, 2010
Let them eat cake wrote:
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If you close the casinos then how would they make a profit for you to take? Not only that, but I can't believe you want the government to start siezing property and profits to give them to other people...I think that's called socialism?
Get your head out of your butt. Seriously, if you want to be involved with socialism give your internet bandwidth to someone with a brain who can't afford it.
You make my point. You obviously don't understand discretionary income or even the most fundamental concepts of political science or economics. All you know is what right-wing nut cases tell you to repeat. I guess states that still outlaw gambling are "socialist" states (LOL). The people I know who regularly gamble are the least that can afford it, or they are society parasites (like attorneys and bankers that don't work for their money in the first place.

Gambling has nothing to do with socialism, and some things need to be socialized. Pure capitalism is fascism. A country is sure it has passed the threshold toward facsism when the morons they are exploiting out of their money and their health start defending them. Get an education. Your comment exposes you never had one; or never understood it.
Let them eat cake

Plano, TX

#20 Feb 8, 2010
The government shouldn't pass laws forcing people to use their income in any certain way. More government, more control. Is that what you suggest? The very word "discretion" means: individual choice or judgment.

"Master, please help us because we are too stupid to manage our own finances."

You act as if these citizens weren't gambling they would be saving the auto industry instead. I doubt it.

Now, go get an education. Your entire set of ideals are backwards.
Ariese34

Saint Charles, MO

#21 Feb 8, 2010
Is This a Joke wrote:
How about Missouri gets rid of all the casinos, and the casino profits might go toward producing more actual production jobs instead of more bankruptcies? What a screwed up country led by complete criminals......
And Obama is the Ring Leader
Is This a Joke

United States

#22 Feb 8, 2010
The government hasn't been telling us how to spend our money? Corporations poison the air and water with "voluntary compliance" standards, and then we spend our own income to try and heal ourselves while doctors and insurance company rip us off? Price fixing at the gas pumps for a decade and not a word out of the DOJ? Pfizer is found guilty for fraud with a two billion dollar fine and no one goes to jail? That isn't justice, it's complicity by the government! They just took their cut and moved on. Morons just think it's legal because a court committed the crime by doing only half its job.

Wake up "Cake", they have been telling you how to spend your money for a decade. Eliminating casinos isn't telling people how to spend their money, it's just telling them one way they can't spend it. And Ariese34, Obama is the present ring leader. They are ALL criminals.

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