January 15, 2010 · 4:16 PM
An expert in deadly animals is planning to stay for 10 days inside a box full of deadly snakes at a Las Vegas Strip casino as part of yet another reality television show.
Donald Schultz will enter the clear glass box outside O’Sheas Casino in Las Vegas this Sunday, starting with 50 snakes inside. Plans call for five new snakes to be added to the box each day until there are 100 snakes – including cobras, pythons and rattlesnakes.
The stunt will be filmed for Animal Planet’s “Wild Recon” series.
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April 14, 2009 · 7:10 AM
Hey, it’s a recession isn’t it? You wouldn’t necessarily know it by frequenting many of the Las Vegas nightclubs and ordering bottle service for your guests. Raining C-notes is the rule, not the exception. It’s hard to get an economical buzz on anymore.
O’Sheas Casino on the Las Vegas Strip is offering – are you sitting down? – an unbeatable mouth watering 24/7 special where you can purchase a 750-milliliter bottle of Smirnoff or Jack Daniel’s nestled in a stylish brown paper bag with six austere plastic cups and a pitcher containing your mixer of choice. All this for just $45.
If one of their bars is packed, don’t wait, just race to the other one.
So, it’s time to get out and shake off the recession blues and hit the Las Vegas streets for some cheap booze and entertainment. And for great comraderie, be sure to bring all your friends and reasonable facsimiles thereof.
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