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Members of the Las Vegas City Council welcome tourists, except President Barack Obama (second from left) who is banned from entering the city limits.

“What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas! Right?”

~ Your fiancé on a weekend in Vegas without you

“Vegas, baby!”

~ Your Friend on Vegas

“I'm the happiest Mayor in the world.”

~ Mayor Oscar Goodman on Vegas

“It's $20.00 per song or $100.00 for 3 songs in the VIP Room. More if you want to touch. More if you really wanna party.”

~ Typical single mother on dating in Las Vegas

“Shut up and put your money where your mouth is!”

~ Katy Perry on waking up in Vegas

Proving you can at least make a faux silk purse from a sow's ear, Las Vegas is a gleaming example of how to create an "Entertainment Capital of the World" from little more than the dashed hopes and squandered dreams of millions of locals who still gamble their money away like the tourists they used to be. While tourists are primarily its #1 source of revenue, the city is well known for sleazy hookers with Hepatitis C, and large numbers of malnourished, homeless, stick-figure meth addicts who, less than a year ago, raked in millions of dollars before the United States government banned online poker.

Early Days

In 2003, the City Council released this doctored photo to persuade Iowans "NOT" to move to Las Vegas

to the modern metroplex of all tourism. Meaning "The Meadows" in Spanish, Las Vegas was first settled by the Paiute Indians over 1800 years ago. Las Vegas was an island of green meadows and springs fed by the local mountain ranges. The Paiute claimed the there was "Something Magic" in the local spring water after not dying from drinking it, unlike everywhere else they went.

The first Europeans to travel through the valley were the Spanish who, failing to find gold and unable to enslave or infect the Paiutes, quickly fled the area.

In the late nineteenth century, the leader of the Mormons Brigham Young sent twenty Mormon men, eighty-six wives and four hundred and two of their children to settle a fort on one of the springs in the valley. Like the Spanish, the Mormons were unable to find any gold but unlike the Spanish, found great success in killing off the Paiute. When they failed to infect them with European Diseases, they simply shot them. The few surviving Paiutes were forced to flee to Exit 84 on Interstate 15 where they opened a truck stop and a fireworks stand.

But the Paiutes left a surprise for the settlers at the Mormon fort. There was in fact something in the cool spring waters of Las Vegas. The Mormons, who are normally a staid people, were shocked when the women started mixing Kettle One and Red Bull in their water, taking off their shirts and screaming "Vegas, baby!" By 1890, The Mormons were too horrified that their women were now strippers, and soon abandoned the fort and fled to Salt Lake City.

By the turn of the 20th century, the Las Vegas Valley and Clark County were transitioned from the Arizona Territory to the State of Nevada. The railroad was on its way. The Long Beach to Zion Railway would pass right through what is now Downtown Las Vegas. In 1904, the population of Las Vegas consisted of 50-some-odd people on a half dozen ranches, and twenty Paiutes selling fire crackers and fire water 30 miles to the north.

In 1905, the Railroad decided to build a water stop to reload locomotives and allow passengers to disembark for a rest stop at what is now the intersection of Main and Fremont Streets in Downtown Las Vegas. The railroad co-opted 500 acres of land to the east of the rail line and held a land auction to establish the town. The town plan was divided into 20 "blocks" which were zoned for industrial, residential, and commercial ventures, and Block 16 which was zoned for all vice from gambling and the sale of alcohol, to prostitution. One of the town's first settlers noted, "I can't imagine, why do they need a whole block in Las Vegas for gambling and looking at boobs?"

Vegas Rising

Las Vegas and the surrounding area remained a railroad town with a few interesting distractions until the building of the Hoover Dam in the 1930's. Boulder City was built as a federal reservation to provide a community for the workers at the dam to live and play. As a federal reservation, alcohol, gambling and boobs were absolutely forbidden. Within a few hours of the workers at the dam being paid, Block 16 in Las Vegas would burst with drunken construction workers. Block 16 breached its seams and spilled out onto Fremont Street. Soon the post office, banks, drug stores, cafes and dry good stores were replaced by bars, gambling halls and brothels.

In the early 1940's the El Rancho opened on US Route 91 (Which would someday become Las Vegas Blvd.) Where bars, gambling halls and houses of ill-repute downtown were doing banner business, suburbanites from Southern California were made nervous by the roughneck construction and railroad workers. The El Rancho Resort was a full 2 miles from Downtown and provided the paradise atmosphere needed to attract the California crowd. Soon, visitors from Los Angeles were pissing away their futures just like the workers from the railroad and the dam.

In the mid 1940's as World War II came to a close, A group of mobsters from New York and Chicago took note of the laws regarding gambling in Nevada. Headed by Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel, Meyer "Not Gay" Lansky and Moe "Vegas, Baby!" Dalitz, the Jewish and Italian syndicates came together and purchased a large lot on US Highway 91 with the intention of building a retirement trailer court and cemetery{?}. Both syndicates were heavily involved in bookmaking and numbers-running from New York City to Kansas City. With liberal laws regarding gambling in Nevada, the partners scrapped the plans for the trailer park and laid plans for the Flamingo Resort.

By 1946, Bugsy had fallen victim to the woman who would be the prototype for all women in Las Vegas. Bugsy met Virginia Hill while casting for a stag film financed by The Syndicate in Los Angeles. Virginia had been a B-movie actress in Hollywood in such blue films such as "Got Your Wallet" and "When Does Your Wife Get Home?" Virginia had gotten her start in show business at a burlesque show in Toledo, Ohio in 1935 called "Pimp and the Bitch." Bugsy (who was married) took to Virginia right off. He auditioned her frequently at a motel on Santa Monica Blvd. He told Virginia of his plans for the former trailer park on Highway 91. Virginia (who by now had run out of producers to blow for bit parts in films) expressed interest in going to Vegas with Bugsy.

Like the tens of thousands of "burlesque girls" who would follow her in Vegas, Virginia quickly got hold of Bugsy's purse strings, who were really Meyer Lansky's purse strings and make-up kit. Virginia even invented the now famous "skim" that was used by the mob in the casino count rooms. In Virginia's case, she would skim the construction materials and labor funds. Bugsy's syndicate partners were not pleased. The rumors were that Bugsy was shot while sitting on a couch in Beverly Hills. In reality, his head finally exploded from a brutal case of syphilis he caught from Hill.

The Heyday of Vegas

The first building boom took place from 1949 to the late 1950s. Through a lucrative loan deal from Jimmy Hoffa's Teamsters Pension Fund, the syndicates bought land and built lavish resort casinos on what was now called "The Strip". One of the first mega-resorts was "Casino" which was run by Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci. The Dunes, The Sahara, The Stardust, The Marina and the Klondike were among the first to dot the strip. Large swimming pools staffed with "Show Girls" were the standard. Big production shows staring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr, Anthrax, Pee Diddy Doodle Doo, Don Rickles, Don King, Don Johnson, Don Adams and Tony Orlando and Dawn were requisite for a successful operation..

Champagne flowed 24/7. Slot machines rang out. Blackjack tables erupted with glee as players won. In the "Count Room," The syndicates counted every dime out into two piles. One that they would report to the IRS and one that they would keep quiet. Gamblers who didn't cover their markers got the crap kicked out of them out back. High Rollers had hot and cold running strippers on tap in their suits. It was the heyday of Vegas.

Residents of West Las Vegas celebrate the 50th anniversary of the closing of the Moulin Rouge in 2005

While Vegas grew and prospered, people of color were excluded from the fun. Entertainers like Sammy Davis Jr., Pee Diddy Doodle Doo and Thelma Hopkins could entertain at the major hotels on the strip but had to leave through the back door as soon as they were off stage. Black performers would have to seek lodging in West Las Vegas where the preponderance of African Americans lived. In reaction, Black business leaders bought a small tract of land on West Bonanza Road and constructed the Moulin Rouge Hotel and Casino. The Moulin Rouge opened in 1955 as the first desegregated hotel in Las Vegas. Every major colored act of the day played the Moulin Rouge. In a vain attempt to seem cool, Sinatra would drop by after his show at the Dunes to "get a little soul". After 5 months, it became clear that Sinatra would never be cool no matter how many black showgirls he tried to bed. So, in November 1955, he had the Moulin Rouge closed. Today, crackheads in West Las Vegas set fire to the remnants of the glorious old hotel about every 5 years or so in protest.

Las Vegas Today

Today, Las Vegas has more hotel rooms then any other city in the world. More strip clubs, more slot machines, more Mandarin-speaking Chinese blackjack dealers, more strippers, hookers, pimps, Meth addicts, panhandlers, mugging gangs, meth labs, stripping hookers, hooking strippers, bankruptcies, home foreclosures, car repossessions, uninsured motorists, and world class buffets then any other city on the planet. It's also the known as the city that promotes everything as #1 in (insert anything here) due to an epidemic insecurity problem that Xanax and Red Bull hasn't fixed in several years.

In 2009, the "Stripper Mobile" Made its debut on Las Vegas Blvd. Some hick from Iowa didn't think it was appropriate and it was banned after 2 weeks. Thank you Iowans!

Gone are the days when the syndicate ran things here, keeping everyone in line. Today, Las Vegas is a corporation town. With few exceptions, four corporations (Harrah's Entertainment, Boyd Gaming, MGM Mirage and Station Casinos) own everything in town that hasn't made a profit since 1990. Where the mob was a criminal enterprise, the four major corporations are a faceless beast that deals solely in numbers, absent of any personality, net profit revenue, and left-wing Democrats. Entertainment is the primary draw to the giant hotel-casinos for the past several years, while gaming is going out the way of the 8-Track cassette.

One needs a map to find their room at a major resort. Night clubs offer $400.00 bottle service. Buffets worth eating at are $39.99 as opposed to free just by showing up, 15 years ago. The Culinary Union[1] is obsessed with contributing to right-wing wacko political campaigns, blocking the expansion of City Hall and Downtown, and stifling the ambition of its members.[2]

The Strip is clogged with Hondurans thrusting hookers calling cards through the zippers of every man, woman and child. The taxi cabs are so ratty that they wouldn't run them in Tijuana. The street walkers are so nasty that they wouldn't push them in Tijuana. The Las Veags Strip is so overbuilt that you can smell the sewers in the summer. And the one new thing in the past 5 years that was interesting (The Stripper Mobile) was ordered off the strip because some hick from Iowa didn't think it was appropriate.


Mr. Gore introduces his new Corbon Credit Multi-Leavel Marketing program to an Amway convention in Las Vegas

April 1 through April 30 and October 30 through October 31 - Hot and dry.

May 1 through September 31 - Extremely hot and extremely dry

November 1 through March 30 - Cold, jingle bells and dry.

Factoring in water consumed from Lake Mead and the Colorado River, Las Vegas has an annual average rainfall of -7 inches.

Al Gore has sighted Las Vegas as a perfect example of Global warming (even though its median temperature has fallen 2 degrees in the last 40 years.} Mr. Gore stated in his last visit here that "this issue is beyond debate. It's time for action...CARBON CREDITS, GET Y'ER ICE COLD CARBON CREDITS HERE!!!"


According to the US Census Bureau, Las Vegas is one of the most ethnically-diverse cities in the country. It has a large Middle Eastern population, centered around the former Alladin, Luxor and Caesar's Palace districts of Las Vegas. The former and now defunct Sahara is located on the outskirts of Las Vegas, and is the ancestral home of the area's nomadic casino-worker population. The city's European heritage is showcased in its Venetian, Bellagio and Paris districts.

The population growth of Las Vegas and Nevada is one of the biggest in the entire United States. This is fuelled by tourist entrapment: tourists come with big dreams of becoming millionaires, but instead they lose all their money to the casinos. They then bet their cars or return tickets and lose those as well. Then they bet their cellphones, and lose those. With no return ticket, and no access to phones to call for help, the tourists are trapped, and have no choice except to stay.

Las Vegas is also home to many powerful celebrities including singers Gomer Pyle, Wayne Newton, Elvis, the Céline Dion and other members of the "Immortal Six of Death".

Every weekend, many attractive young women from Los Angeles descend on Las Vegas in the hopes of meeting a nice boy from the Midwest to start a family. They are generally at the craps tables wearing tank tops and stiletto heels.

Las Vegas is one of the few places in the U.S. where gambling and, more controversially, Elvis impersonation, are not only legal, but are actively encouraged and practiced by visitors and locals alike. Many of the locals came to Las Vegas for vacation or honeymoon, and decided to stay there and make it their life's work to win their money back. To many locals, the city is affectionately known as "Lost Wages."

Las Vegas is a place generally feared by most people, including locals. This is because it is overrun by convention visitors, and if you are not careful, they can attack. Or if you are even more unlucky, they can sit around sipping roberts cocktails and not offer you any. Las Vegas city by-laws dictate that each hotel in the city must at at all times be hosting at least more than ten conventions at once.


There are many places in Las Vegas made to look like the places which they really are, only smaller. Before America's intellectual property laws were strengthened, many foreign cities appropriated timeless architectural landmarks from Las Vegas which they now call their own. Prominent examples of this are a sleepy town in France which erected a structure it calls the Eiffel Tower in imitation of the imposing tower in Las Vegas' Paris district, and a village in Egypt which copied pyramids and sphinxes from the Aladdin, Luxor and Caesar's Palace districts of Las Vegas.

The city's New York, New York Casino was bombed on September 11th, 2001 by disgruntled craps players, but a newer and better casino has now been built in its place. An oversize memorial slot machine has been built at the epicenter of the explosion.


Baked tofu is a popular choice from among the large variety of Vegan foods served 24/7 at the ubiquitous buffets in Las Vegas.

Las Vegas is famed for its buffets, McFastfood, and, obviously, for its world-renowned Vegan cuisine. The baked and marinated tofu and tempeh dishes are especially popular with tourists and locals alike at the city's numerous and well-priced buffets. Las Vegas is also a big contributor to food recycling, letting little go to waste. Most items that are thrown away in the city, end up right back in the buffet they originated from.


Culture in Las Vegas is non-existent. What culture there is, is applied with Velcro.

The Las Vegas City Ballet performs nightly at Cheetahs Gentleman's Club.
The Las Vegas Philharmonic was disbanded in 1999 due to lack of interest and was replaced with The Big Rig Piano on Fremont Street.
The Guggenheim had a permanent show at Paris Hotel and Casino. This is being replaced with The Mob Museum

Crime and Safety

Metro Officers pose with third grade teacher Heather Leather after a D.A.R.E. presentation at Liberace Emelentary School.

Las Vegas, despite Tupac Shakur getting murdered here, boasts one of the finest law enforcement agencies in the country. The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department strikes a balance between the fun on the strip and everyday life in the community. Contrary to popular belief, suburbs outside Vegas (such as Henderson, Anthem, and any open desert with no buildings or roads on it) are pretty normal, while the bad influence starts once you hit the famous "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign, or any sign larger than the length of a Walmart Superstore.

Las Vegas is one of the few cities in the United States that allows public drinking in the resort corridor. Tourists and Locals alike who apply common sense to life and the party rarely have issue or contact with the "LVMPD." Likewise, the handful of idiots that have no common sense get their asses kicked up one side of the strip and down the other. Then off to the Clark County Detention Center.


The city of Las Vegas is part of the Clark County School District, which operates over 200 schools in the Las Vegas area. The schools get most of their funding from casino revenue, so field trips to the Las Vegas strip are encouraged.

The school board has implemented a new work experience program that gives Physical Education credit. Students now receive 3 credits for every 40 hours spent stripping at Cheetahs Gentleman's Club.

Social Issues

Mayor Oscar Goodman after a town hall meeting on underage drinking in Las Vegas comments "If your baby insists on drinking, make sure it's Bombay Sapphire"

The population of Las Vegas is far more transient then most major cities in the United States. People come from around the nation and around the world hoping to strike it rich in the casinos. Most of these people either leave penniless or wind up stranded in Las Vegas, because meth is the #2 industry in Vegas.

Fortunately, there are options for these people. The normal social rules that apply in the rest of the world are super-sized in Sin City. For example, in the real world, a man can have his choice of women simply by treating them badly. In Las Vegas, you simply pick a woman, borrow money from her, beat her and sleep with her friends, and she will support that man for life. Done properly, a ruthless man in Las Vegas can have 2 or 3 women supporting him at one time while he's banging them in the same bed at once like Hugh Hefner does at The Palms. Unfortunately, decent men who were raised with a sense of respect for women have no chance, and must resign themselves to a life of celibacy.

Little Marquise learns to fend for him self as his Mommy hasn't come back from the gentlemen's club for 3 days

Fortunately, for women who find themselves stranded in Las Vegas, there are options. The adult entertainment industry in Las Vegas was tailor-made for attractive women with low or no self esteem. Places like Cheetahs Gentleman's Club provide an opportunity for women to drink away the pain of their failures while making a pretty good living. As these women drink their looks and sense of reality away, gentlemen's clubs provide that removal from reality that facilitates their transition into prostitution, all while supporting their man.[3]

With the slowdown in the economy and the slump in the Las Vegas housing market, parents are more and more absent, with Mom giving lap dances, drinking to the point of nausea, and meeting men from the gentlemen's club at Planet Hollywood for a couple hundred bucks after work, underage drinking, drug abuse and sex is becoming a serious issue. A recent report from the Clark County Department of Family Services stated that the Kapppppeppeeeenenenennenen LAS VEGAS children of exotic dancers may start drinking as early as 15 months.

Fun Facts about Las Vegas

Play this hand in a Vegas casino and you can never go wrong. Do it as a joke. The casino's security team will get a big laugh out of it and will comp you to a free buffet. Ummmm. A fist sandwich.
  • There are more Hawaiians in Las Vegas than in Hawaii. Non-English speaking, spam-eating, rude, ignorant and plus-sized Hawaiians fit right in
  • The World Series of Poker is played in Las Vegas every year AND WHY are only the worst players wearing the gayest Ed Hardy clothing ever make it to the final table?
  • Las Vegas' main rival is Palm Springs? Who has more stars, old people or golf clubs? One thing for sure is that Vegas has real kick-ass hotel resort casinos, while the Palm Springs' Native American ones can go suck it
  • President Barack Obama doesn't want you to go to Las Vegas. Mayor Oscar Goodman thinks Obama is a slow learner
  • Former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin was offered a position as a featured dancer at Cheetahs Gentleman's Club (which she accepted) but she forgot to write down the address on her hand
  • Las Vegas has a hell of a lot of Asian people, Black people, Mexicans, Italians, Armenians, Jews, Mormons, Redneck People and Canadians? But don't worry, Californians will outnumber them soon until Vegas is renamed Las Californias.
  • There are approximately 7 trade shows and fairs in Las Vegas each day and every American business man (and woman) is required to participate in at least one of these events every year
  • Casinos in Las Vegas will not hire you to deal Black jack-off unless you're Chinese, Vietnamese, or Korean.
  • Las Vegas is home to the most open-minded and contact-seeking women in the world. This can be seen from the fact that every time you return to your parked car at least one of them has left you her cell phone number
  • That Nevada (with Las Vegas) and California have a reversed legal system, meaning what's illegal in California (everything) is legal in Nevada (everything). Many observers believe that this has sparked the old saying "Well, at least it's not as boring as (insert random location here)."
  • That that for every dollar lost in this black hole, there is .0005 people in the United States?
  • Talk radio crank Art Bell lives out in the desert town known as Pah-rump (or was it Bump-bang-crash?) but everyone moved there and he needs to go farther into the desert, closer to Area 51.
  • Generally speaking, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Unless it's herpes or Legionnaire's Disease at MGM Mirage's Aria.
  • "Hi, I'm from Utah" is prostitute speak for "Hi, I ran away from the Mormons when I was 14 'cause I didn't want to marry my dad's boss so now I'm here stripping and hooking... Are you here alone?"
  • 1980s pop-singer Sheena Easton owns Las Vegas outright and regularly extorts money, under threat of death, from many of the city's citizens and businesses "because she can." Numerous venues regularly allow Easton to perform her old hits she sucked out of Prince as a trade-off for their safety.
  • The Clark County School District implements a free Kapppppeppeeeenenenennenen LAS VEGAS lunch program after students gamble away their lunch money.
  • After getting their ass-full of Las Vegas, tourists discover that most of the things they were doing in sin are legal in Los Angeles with better weather

Sister cities

Las Vegas has several sister cities:


  1. rather than representing their rank and file
  2. Yes, this is the same union that struck against The New Frontier for 11 years
  3. as described in the previous paragraph

See also