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Casinos plan is gamble with bad odds in Virginia

There are 2 comments on the The Virginian-Pilot story from Jul 31, 2012, titled Casinos plan is gamble with bad odds in Virginia. In it, The Virginian-Pilot reports that:

State Sen. Louise Lucas has floated legislation for the 2013 session that, as written, would allow casino gaming in Portsmouth and Lexington.

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akashirous

Streator, IL

#1 Aug 1, 2012
I had work for the Department of Defense for over 18 years. Took a early retirement just to work in the casino/internet cafe business. I am the only one who has worked with cities from North Carolina, Ohio Virginia just to name a few. Following the law all the way from filing the proper documents to working with city and county inspectors and officials (fire marshalls, building inspector, etc..) From setting up locations, installation of equipment, hiring teams to run the businesses when completed and more.
My point is you would not believe the millions of dollars I have made the internet cafe owners who don't even know how the money is made, but there bank accounts are growing weekly. The owners reside in Alamaba, NC or S Carolina who invest 35,000.00 to 80,000.00 to start there businesses in the end of 3 months the investment is made back and the profit is all theirs. Once a year they pay taxes on the business, write off there loss pocket the rest. I'm still in the casino/internet cafe business. You don't need a million dollars to start. Hotel conference rooms or lease any downtown empty building. I can help save your town. Now working across the virginia state line between VA/NC making another owner rich.
(the legal way).
Maynard of Mayport VLG

Norfolk, VA

#2 Aug 9, 2012
akashirous wrote:
I had work for the Department of Defense for over 18 years. Took a early retirement just to work in the casino/internet cafe business. I am the only one who has worked with cities from North Carolina, Ohio Virginia just to name a few. Following the law all the way from filing the proper documents to working with city and county inspectors and officials (fire marshalls, building inspector, etc..) From setting up locations, installation of equipment, hiring teams to run the businesses when completed and more.
My point is you would not believe the millions of dollars I have made the internet cafe owners who don't even know how the money is made, but there bank accounts are growing weekly. The owners reside in Alamaba, NC or S Carolina who invest 35,000.00 to 80,000.00 to start there businesses in the end of 3 months the investment is made back and the profit is all theirs. Once a year they pay taxes on the business, write off there loss pocket the rest. I'm still in the casino/internet cafe business. You don't need a million dollars to start. Hotel conference rooms or lease any downtown empty building. I can help save your town. Now working across the virginia state line between VA/NC making another owner rich.
(the legal way).
Would you "akashirous" like to see betting on the weather become legal in Virgina!?

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