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Old 11-11-2019, 08:33 AM   #34
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Originally Posted by joey2665 View Post
Read my previous posts your missing the point, which is that just because there are betting outlets doesn’t mean it will attack all types of vagrants. For years in New York they had off track horse betting outlets that made a good amount of money and did not deteriorate neighborhoods. There downfall was being run by the state instead of being put out to bid to private companies.


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I got your point, which has already been already refuted by others. But while you were assuring us we did not have to worry about some problems, you were reminding us that there was another problem too--looking more like Vegas is not a good thing.

Also--"vagrants"? I'm pretty sure that the people others have been referring to as victims of gambling are often working class folks so desperate for a break that they fall for the false promise of a big win.
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