Police: Home-Based Casino Dealt In Nu...

Police: Home-Based Casino Dealt In Nudity, High Stakes

There are 37 comments on the NBC 10 Philadelphia story from Feb 26, 2008, titled Police: Home-Based Casino Dealt In Nudity, High Stakes. In it, NBC 10 Philadelphia reports that:

Police said Tuesday they raided a home where they said much more than strip poker was being played.

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rocshirt

Willingboro, NJ

#1 Feb 27, 2008
cant anyone have fun anymore
Chuck

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Feb 27, 2008
Sadly rocshirt no , unless the government can generate taxes from it .
redbeer2u

Bethlehem, PA

#3 Feb 27, 2008
WOW! Sounds like the wife & I should start-up this type of bussness. Is the quality of life going down hill so fast???
I'm going to hurry to morning 'Mass' and get "Fathers'" advice on this story. It should help in a up-coming 'Homily'..

Blessed be GOD. Blessed be his holy Name. And blessed be the sinners.

Enjoy the day,
Big daddy
Dennis

Kutztown, PA

#4 Feb 27, 2008
Does a pair of Aces really beat a nice "pair"??????

What those people did in their own home was their own business. Now, they may be charged with running a business without a license, so what????
Buck

Wilmington, DE

#5 Feb 27, 2008
Just another example of the authorities having nothing better to do. Lets spend more of the tax payers dollars on neighborhood poker games! Great idea. In fact, lets hold Congressional Hearings on neighborhood poker games! THis country has nothing better to do and is the exact reason we are hated around the world! because we tell the rest of the world what THEIR priorities should be while our's are all screwed up. Maybe Arlen Spector can hold the Congressional HEarings when he is done working on the NFL because that is important too!
Land of the Free

Jersey City, NJ

#6 Feb 27, 2008
If gambling is so bad then why does the government put a lotto machine in every gas station in the country? Besides the problem with parking, who was hurt by their game of texas hold em? Give me a break.
Drew

Columbia, MD

#7 Feb 27, 2008
I have no problem with gambling, and think it should be legal, but I wouldn't want a business being run out of a residential area if I were their neighbors either if it was causing traffic problems.
kelly

Bridgeport, NJ

#8 Feb 27, 2008
that lady looks like trash
bol mav

United States

#9 Feb 27, 2008
haters let the man get money...you mad because he thought of it first...do something with your lifes...stop worring about whats going on next door or across the street. worry about whuts going on in your houses!!!!!
Jerry

Collierville, TN

#10 Feb 27, 2008
My kind of place to live.
Dennis

Kutztown, PA

#11 Feb 27, 2008
Amen to that bol mav. People who live in glass houses should not be throwing stones. Everyone wants to point fingers today at others. Like you said, they need to take a good look at themselves first.
George

Fairfield, CT

#12 Feb 27, 2008
Out of work person starts succesful home business. Sounds like the American dream to me!
Nick

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Feb 27, 2008
Don't Taze me dude!... Leave the fam alone , What an Entreprenuer ,Can he get a tax write off for running a business out of his house ? Maybe even a property tax deduction ! and the wife , Wow how talented to be a Mom during the day and a topless " Cock tail " waitress at night " talk about talent ... Geez leave 'em alone
Student4Laptops

Columbia, MO

#14 Feb 27, 2008
I thought strippers were suppose to be pretty?
Dirk Bonesteel

Orefield, PA

#15 Feb 27, 2008
I think the man is a genius. Delaware has video gambling all over the place and a couple casinos. Side note the only bars and indoor places that do not have smoking ban are the ones run by state due to fear of loosing business
Back to the point. Man looses job happens a lot these days no job coming family to support so he does what he sees churches and charities do has the brains to had topless dealer it's a win for everyone They are great, should be fined but less then the profits
Nick

Brooklyn, NY

#16 Feb 27, 2008
Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder !.... butt I do agree with you ... she's not a beaut LOL
Choose

Cordova, TN

#17 Feb 27, 2008
That't what I call Free Enterprise. So what's the big deal again????
Kelly

Bridgeport, NJ

#18 Feb 27, 2008
yeaaaaaaaaaa im a hater...didnt get to see that lady's sag bags...whoever hung out there were probably old farts who were blind in one eye and couldnt see out the other...id pay her to stay clothed
Dennis

Kutztown, PA

#19 Feb 27, 2008
OMG, you people are brutal (LOL, but truthful). Remember, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. However, most of the previous postings are correct. I would stay home and play solitare first. I used to read a lot of the WPVI's postings. Some of them were getting out of hand (kind of racey) even for me. I just stumbled over NBC-10's postings. These are much better (so far anyway).
MikePhilly

Cherry Hill, NJ

#20 Feb 27, 2008
WHO CARES, the Police should go after the real criminals

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