Casino complex in Foxboro?

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    Casino complex in Foxboro?

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    Re: Casino complex in Foxboro?

    The NFL has long made it clear that they are anti-gambling.  They have stated that they would never allow a team in Vegas. They won't allow the Vegas Chamber of Commerce to advertise during games, and they even banned NBC from promoting their tv show "Las Vegas" for fear that someone might see a casino in one of the promotions during a game.

    Somehow its OK to build a billion dollar casino just past the end zone in Foxboro though.  No football in Vegas, but gambling is just fine next to a stadium.  Hypocisy alert?

     
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    Re: Casino complex in Foxboro?

    Most will feel that way. Build it in Boston or Revere.
     
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    Re: Casino complex in Foxboro?

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    The NFL has long made it clear that they are anti-gambling.  They have stated that they would never allow a team in Vegas. They won't allow the Vegas Chamber of Commerce to advertise during games, and they even banned NBC from promoting their tv show "Las Vegas" for fear that someone might see a casino in one of the promotions during a game. Somehow its OK to build a billion dollar casino just past the end zone in Foxboro though.  No football in Vegas, but gambling is just fine next to a stadium.  Hypocisy alert?
    Posted by UserName99

    There are casinos in walking distance of at least 3 football fields.  A owner cannot own a casino.
     
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