Sheldon Adelson, billionaire casino mogul has eighty years, announced late last year with a lot of money and support from various lobby groups to prepare the online gambling in the United States once and for all to an end.
Now, it may even seem a bit hypocritical that it is precisely the man who earned at least a large part of his fortune trying to attract gambling knights for decades in his casinos in Las Vegas and Macau her last dime out of their pockets, now against a modernized form of gambling storm passes.
But at the bigotry of Adelson I will not stop, because in the first instance, his large-scale and expensive campaign is financed itself to ridicule.
Pretty and produces consuming the Adelson Group has made a good one-minute clip into the net, which is supposed to represent the dangers of online gambling for teens.
Even if you have to hold the clip credit, he is not quite as idiotic as "this from the National Organization for Marriage (which has nothing to do with poker), it is almost disarmingly silly.
I take the clip before anyway. What's going on here?
From Angry Birds to compulsive gambling
An apparently normal teenager talks about his great smart gadgets, all with i begin (iPhone, iPod, iPad) and even as he raves about the iKisten, he explains, as he when on the wifi and the log of his father playing has somehow just so found of Angry Birds, the very famous gambling apps.
To me it is though so far not happened yet (had and also still the same password and credit card information from Dad's account number ready) that while playing Angry Birds at once me nothing you nothing I landed at a roulette table with real money do I, but let us this jump through just go.
Hardly after this teenager has now found its way to gamble, it is of course immediately addicted to these games. Because those are "real games" and not a Candy Crush. He proudly reported that he has become much better at blackjack, of course not without acknowledging that he actually has no idea how to play it. But roulette is it simply terrific.
The best is of course poker and the teenager has, of course, quite a lot of friends (who probably also the routine "Just now at Angry Birds, now on Dad's account at gambling"), with whom he gambles there for three-figure sums. Again said the poor fellow, that he also really has no idea, but still carries on because he sometimes indeed wins. In addition, you can be as easy to try out new games that the fun never stops.
The very large steam hammer end up missing the spot. The boy merely states that the losses are likely to be repaid over the credit card and "the" (probably the Angry Birds gaming providers) probably already not allowed to keep his money, since he is still a minor.
Here I would have expected a glimpse into the future of Teenagers - destitute and neglected because he has gambled away all of the assets of the family. At least on this tastelessness waived the clip, even if it is otherwise in platitude hard to beat.