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Churchill Downs Inc. Message Board

  • berniekessner berniekessner Jun 13, 2013 4:36 PM Flag

    Sofla, son, what did I tell you about posting without checking with me first?

    You are failing me as my lackey. Go count some cars in the Calder parking lot. Give us an update on biggest loser. But do not post about Churchill's monopoly in the slots gaming business within 100 miles of Louisville when A) Churchill doesn't have slots and B) there are at least 4 casinos -- with slots -- within that radius.

    I may not always put the $ sign in the right place, but even I know what you just posted is one of the dumbest things ever on this board. And, on top of that, you forgot to take a shot at BOAF.

    Don't expect me to send you your 5$ this week.

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    • Well, slots is a state issue. So for you to bring up casinos in Indiana is silly.
      I believe Boaf said that CHDN wanted exclusive rights to slots near Louisville (within Kentucky).
      Maybe he can clarify what he said and why that wouldn't be a handout.

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      • beshear knows better than to get his carcass involved in this fracas. show up for photo ops, enjoy the generous perks from chdn, but dont be the one to stick your neck out.

        jack abramanoff calling. im not in!!


      • you're asking boaf to answer something which requires an education above the 6th grade. rephrase it in simple terms, like " why do you think chdn should be the sole benficiary of any slots in louisvile. why shouldnt slot licenses be opened to competitive bidding. designating chdn as the sole licensee is nothing more than a political gift, a handout, and probably illegal, if the process to reaching that decision is uncovered.

        baby steps with boaf. thats how our old friend, yentabeans, addressed barf boaf.

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