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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Do you think Meaty is a little jealous of Steve?

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    Best part about this entire thread is Meaty is ripping Fezzik for being a poor tipper, and then Meat says he doesn't even tip the standard 15%.
    Unless you're 70+, standard tip is 18% and 20% in nicer areas. Basically you're ripping Fezzik for being slightly cheaper than you.

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by Fezzik View Post
    He is a lying sack of ****. THERE IS no #)*%(#*%% *way I tipped 13% for that crappy food and the agonizing slow service.............NO #)(*%#%(* way. 10% tops.

    "I'm trapped at the El Cortez, I cannot get my food, then it sucks, I cannot get my bill, and )#*%(#%*%# fat ass is stalking me, despite telling all he does NOT like the way I look"

    The Jeff Jones comes in saying "he doesn't know" if I tip well, lol. He probably knows MORE than anyone based on my interactions I've had with him.
    Good grief. I never said regarding poor tipping (to paraphrase you) "I didn't know." I said ( to quote), "I've never seen it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by waco View Post
    Do you think Meaty is a little jealous of Steve?
    A 44% lifetime capper, who stares at a guy for 2 hours in a coffee shop, then posts about his tipping on 12 different occasions just to get attention. I would think he is more than jealous.

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Still Fezz it is 20% and if you get comped more and if you take a 4 top by yourself for hours its 40% or more.
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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    This thread turned out to be much less of an indictment (read only to find some reason to not get to work) once it was revealed that it was the El Cortez coffee shop.

    I’ve low-tipped or no-tipped at that coffee shop. Like the property, and the folks at the sports book (a South Point affiliated book) are always friendly and helpful.

    But the service at the coffee shop on occasion is distracted to nonexistent. (Nor do I like being seated at those two-seaters arranged around the circular settee that looks like it came from an old-time brothel. Now if they had the corresponding ladies lounging languidly on the settee, well then . . . .) If I’m eating there, it’s generally a spur of the moment last resort kind of thing.

    I’m a pretty consistent 20% tipper (kind of goes with what my real world name means in Las Vegas slang), but I’ve been pushed to low tip or no tip there. Having waited tables, I usually will cut a waiter or waitress slack, and I understand that I’m not at Petrossian at the Bellagio when I’m there, but . . . .

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by Fezzik View Post
    He is a lying sack of ****. THERE IS no #)*%(#*%% *way I tipped 13% for that crappy food and the agonizing slow service.............NO #)(*%#%(* way. 10% tops.

    If you would not have left that pile of pennies on the table then your tip would have been around 10%.

    What in the fuck are you doing walking around with a pocket full of pennies?

    When you asked for and got a bigger table so you could look at your computer you should AUTOMATICALLY tip over the standard gratuity of 15% because the person working that table should make more then the $2.30 you left after sitting there for two(2) hours.

    Cry all you want about the food and service. What you did in the El Cortez coffee shop the other day was sad.


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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mammon View Post
    and if you take a 4 top by yourself for hours its 40% or more.

    Bingo!

    Stevie did not want the table for two(2). He wanted the bigger table for four(4) people even though he was by himself. Then he sits there for two(2) hours drinking soda after soda after soda and then leaves two(2) lowly $1 bills and a pile of pennies for the gratuity which totaled about 13% of the bill.

    How would you like to serve this fucking clown if you are a waiter?


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    WHY THE #_(%*(#*% WAS I TRAPPED THERE FOR 1.5 hours??? MY FOOD SIMPLY DIDNT COME OUT..........give me a break and AGAIN i did NOT tip 13% it was 10% or less FAT ASS

    Why doesn't the Meatman approach Fezzik directly instead of hiding behind the computer?

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    According to JK...

    Meaty did the same to JK. Meaty and Pierre were eating @ a buffet - I know, shocking -and Pierre went up and said hello to JK. Meanwhile, Meaty, went out a back door. Which is weird, because he's usually the one being backdoored by Pierre.

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Meatman is scared shitless afraid of JK..............we all know it.

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by KingRevolver View Post
    According to JK...

    Meaty did the same to JK. Meaty and Pierre were eating @ a buffet - I know, shocking -and Pierre went up and said hello to JK. Meanwhile, Meaty, went out a back door. Which is weird, because he's usually being backdoored by Pierre.

    This is also the same John Kelly who did not get up one(1) time after he saw me in the Golden Nugget buffet. He was hiding behind a wall hoping I did not see him.

    I sat in the Golden Nugget buffet from 2:15pm pacific time until 3:30pm pacific time and not one(1) time did JK go get any food.

    He was so scared that I would see him he made Barry Holthaus go and get dessert for him. It was pretty funny watching him hide all that time.

    As far as sneaking out the backdoor, the Golden Nugget buffet has no backdoor. You go up the escalator to get there and down the escalater to go back to the casino. I walked right past John Kelly on the way in and on the way out so I am not sure what he is talking about?

    Now if you clowns will excuse me I need to get ready for 5:00pm Mass at the Catholic Cathedral here on Las Vegas Blvd. next to the Wynn casinos where I volunteer as an usher every Sunday for about two(2) hours.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Meatman View Post
    This is also the same John Kelly who did not get up one(1) time after he saw me in the Golden Nugget buffet. He was hiding behind a wall hoping I did not see him.

    I sat in the Golden Nugget buffet from 2:15pm pacific time until 3:30pm pacific time and not one(1) time did JK go get any food.

    He was so scared that I would see him he made Barry Holthaus go and get dessert for him. It was pretty funny watching him hide all that time.

    As far as sneaking out the backdoor, the Golden Nugget buffet has no backdoor. You go up the escalator to get there and down the escalater to go back to the casino. I walked right past John Kelly on the way in and on the way out so I am not sure what he is talking about?

    Now if you clowns will excuse me I need to get ready for 5:00pm Mass at the Catholic Cathedral here on Las Vegas Blvd. next to the Wynn casinos where I volunteer as an usher every Sunday for about two(2) hours.


    Dave "The MeatMan" Scandaliato


    You're a funny guy, Meaty. I'll give you that much.

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by KingRevolver View Post


    You're a funny guy, Meaty. I'll give you that much.

    True story. John Kelly did not get up one(1) time.

    Now Barry on the other hand is a whole different story. He made several trips to the buffet feeding area and every time he went back to the table he had something for JK.


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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    I would welcome the meathead at a buffet and feel better about myself......
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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    i'd bitch slap all three of you dorks

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    some of them pennies could be copper b/f 92 or wheaties b/f 59 and in ex conditions

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Meatman View Post
    What in the fuck are you doing walking around with a pocket full of pennies?

    Dave "The MeatMan" Scandaliato
    Fezzik's crew constantly evolving. The assault on the Ellis Island placemats caused them to discontinue the promotion and ruin it for a lot of us. Now a group of APs have been seen around town taking liberal advantage of the "give a penny, 'take' a penny" policy of most LV businsesses.

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by Fezzik View Post
    Meatman is scared shitless afraid of JK..............we all know it.
    This calls for a handicapping contest.

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    JJ is the man...the only one with a brain in this thread

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    H-e-e-e-e-ey, it's a known fact that sponges don't have a central nervous system . . . like the lady said, "I was drawn this way."

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by Fezzik View Post
    Meatman is scared shitless afraid of JK..............we all know it.

    We? Who in the fuck is we?

    Now let me give you some advice you ass clown. Call my friend Jimmy Vaccaro and ask him to go out and eat with you. I have been to breakfast with Mr. Vaccaro by myself just me and him NO LESS then five(5) times since I came to Las Vegas and let me tell you how things are done.

    When you walk into the coffee shop(we use to go to the Palace Station) you sit at the table and as soon as the waitress comes over you give her $10. Then you sit there, eat and keep your mouth shut about the service. Then you leave and say thank you.

    You don't go into a restaurant by yourself asking for a large table so you can set your computer on and then tie the thing up for two(2) hours leaving a $2.30 tip which included a handful of pennies that came out to about a 13% gratuity of the total bill.

    Would you like me to call Jimmy for you Fezzik and see if he has time to go out and eat with you so he can teach you how the two(2) time Hilton Super Contest Champion(which is something only yourself and Jeff Allen have done which puts you in elite company) should act in public?


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    Two things strike me about this thread that Meatman started. You can either call me a snob or person with good taste but I for one would never eat at any restaurant at the El Cortez. It's a shithole. The one time I stepped into this hotel/casino over 20 years ago the smell drove me out within two minutes. Other than the Golden Nugget and maybe a station's casino property I find every other property downtown to be absolute low end crapola. As for tipping. I always follow this guideline. Poor service,let the manager know why you gave 15-18%, decent service 20%, above and beyond the call of duty 22-25% and if I take up a large table or have a business meeting for two for 1 1/2 to 2 hours I tip double what the normal amount should be.

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    I love this thread.

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    If you take a 4 top for hours the tip starts at 25$ even if your bill is 10$
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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    First of all, no mention is made whether the restaurant was crowded or not and if people were waiting to get seated. If a restaurant is "dead'', what difference does it make if he has a table for 4 or even 8. When I go to breakfast at the Silverton, there's many a time that I sit in a booth for 6 if it gives me a good view of the Keno board and I want plenty of room. I over tip no matter what so tipping isn't an issue. I wouldn't take a booth if the restaurant is crowded and sometimes I even sit at the counter.

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    Default El Cortez implementing NEW INNOVATIVE Captive Audience Policy

    No food will be served for over an hour after it is ordered. That way Slow as Molasses service will be rewarded with 20% tips.

    There was no reason to complain to the E.C., you complain WHEN THERE IS A CHANCE YOU MIGHT WANT TO EVER RETURN.

    The food sucks, the service sucks, and clearly the clientele is suspect

    I refuse to believe I tipped 13%, I think it was only 7%.........FK U meatman for lying and telling people I tipped as much as I did.

    Re: Jeff Allen, I think you are mistaken, didn't he win the Hilton 7 or 8 times? LOL.............. rip on JK, rip on Fez, promote Jeff Allen. 48% lifetime ATS...........

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    Default Re: El Cortez implementing NEW INNOVATIVE Captive Audience Policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Fezzik View Post
    No food will be served for over an hour after it is ordered. That way Slow as Molasses service will be rewarded with 20% tips.

    There was no reason to complain to the E.C., you complain WHEN THERE IS A CHANCE YOU MIGHT WANT TO EVER RETURN.

    The food sucks, the service sucks, and clearly the clientele is suspect

    I refuse to believe I tipped 13%, I think it was only 7%.........FK U meatman for lying and telling people I tipped as much as I did.

    Re: Jeff Allen, I think you are mistaken, didn't he win the Hilton 7 or 8 times? LOL.............. rip on JK, rip on Fez, promote Jeff Allen. 48% lifetime ATS...........

    Why do you walk around with pockets full of pennies?


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    Default Re: El Cortez implementing NEW INNOVATIVE Captive Audience Policy

    Quote Originally Posted by Fezzik View Post
    I refuse to believe I tipped 13%, I think it was only 7%

    You should change your name to Stiff Fezzik.


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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    I just wasted 10 minutes of my life reading this thread.

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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bagiant View Post
    First of all, no mention is made whether the restaurant was crowded or not and if people were waiting to get seated. If a restaurant is "dead'', what difference does it make if he has a table for 4 or even 8. When I go to breakfast at the Silverton, there's many a time that I sit in a booth for 6 if it gives me a good view of the Keno board and I want plenty of room. I over tip no matter what so tipping isn't an issue. I wouldn't take a booth if the restaurant is crowded and sometimes I even sit at the counter.

    Yes the place was crowded. Of course the El Cortez coffee shop is always crowded because the food there is pretty good.

    The bottom line right here is Steve Fezzik refused to sit at a table reserved for single people who are eating alone like he was that day. Nope he wanted a larger table for four(4) people so he could set up his computer.

    Then this clown proceeds to sit there for well over two(2) hours making the waitress refill his soda glass no less then five(5) times before leaving two(2) $1 bills and a pile of pennies on the table which came out to a 13% gratuity on the bill before tax.

    You can say the food and service was bad all you want Steve. You ate at a table that you had no business being on per your request and then sat there for over two(2) hours which is about three(3) times the length of an average customers visit.

    Sad. Sad. Sad.


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    Default Re: Some advice to people coming to Las Vegas to meet World Champion Handicapper Steve Fezzik at a sports betting seminar and go out to eat with him during your trip (The EOG Roast of Steve Fezzik)

    Quote Originally Posted by The Meatman View Post
    This is also the same John Kelly who did not get up one(1) time after he saw me in the Golden Nugget buffet. He was hiding behind a wall hoping I did not see him.

    I sat in the Golden Nugget buffet from 2:15pm pacific time until 3:30pm pacific time and not one(1) time did JK go get any food.

    He was so scared that I would see him he made Barry Holthaus go and get dessert for him. It was pretty funny watching him hide all that time.

    As far as sneaking out the backdoor, the Golden Nugget buffet has no backdoor. You go up the escalator to get there and down the escalater to go back to the casino. I walked right past John Kelly on the way in and on the way out so I am not sure what he is talking about?

    Now if you clowns will excuse me I need to get ready for 5:00pm Mass at the Catholic Cathedral here on Las Vegas Blvd. next to the Wynn casinos where I volunteer as an usher every Sunday for about two(2) hours.


    Dave "The MeatMan" Scandaliato
    No dessert for me.

    Get your facts straight, Meaty.

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    If is the worst thing Fezzik has done in his life maybe we should string him up Meatman? Fezzik may be no saint but he's certainly not a POS like you. The day JK bans your ass for good there will be parties thrown all over the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squarepants View Post
    This thread turned out to be much less of an indictment (read only to find some reason to not get to work) once it was revealed that it was the El Cortez coffee shop.

    I’ve low-tipped or no-tipped at that coffee shop. Like the property, and the folks at the sports book (a South Point affiliated book) are always friendly and helpful.

    But the service at the coffee shop on occasion is distracted to nonexistent. (Nor do I like being seated at those two-seaters arranged around the circular settee that looks like it came from an old-time brothel. Now if they had the corresponding ladies lounging languidly on the settee, well then . . . .) If I’m eating there, it’s generally a spur of the moment last resort kind of thing.

    I’m a pretty consistent 20% tipper (kind of goes with what my real world name means in Las Vegas slang), but I’ve been pushed to low tip or no tip there. Having waited tables, I usually will cut a waiter or waitress slack, and I understand that I’m not at Petrossian at the Bellagio when I’m there, but . . . .

    Thanks for posting, George.

    I promise this thread is not indicative of EOG's collective efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by texaswizzard View Post
    If is the worst thing Fezzik has done in his life maybe we should string him up Meatman? Fezzik may be no saint but he's certainly not a POS like you. The day JK bans your ass for good there will be parties thrown all over the country.

    I believe in free speech, but Meaty pushes the limit.

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