The AP reports: Dressed in a cowboy hat and vintage garbs, Mayor Oscar Goodman, the former mafia lawyer, kicked off a mock auction by taking on the persona of Sen. William A. Clark of Montana, who founded a railroad depot in Las Vegas. . . . An auction announcement said people could bid on lots ranging from $100 to $750. But “the sale of intoxicating liquors will be prohibited, excepting on blocks 16 and 17.”
$100 lots and no booze? My have things changed in the last 100 years.
“I had a great time shooting this pictorial for Playboy.com,” said Goodman. “Personally, I have always been a fan of Playboy and the way they celebrate and honor the beauty of women. It was a wonderful experience and I learned a great deal about photography too.‚Äù
We‚Äôre sure you did.
Now go celebrate the Mayor‚Äôs handiwork and celebrate 100 years of Vegas by checking out the pictorial of Irina Voronina in the Playboy Cyber Club, beginning today, May 16.
Want to know how not to celebrate 100 years of Vegas? Declare May 14th ‚ÄúDiddy Day.‚Äù Yes, unfortunately Mayor Goodman has quickly fallen from our graces by honoring Sean Puff Daddy Diddy John Combs with his very own day to coincide with the 100 years celebration.
Mayor Oscar Goodman explained, ‚ÄúThis weekend is about celebrating Las Vegas and having a good time and and who better to invite to a party than P. Diddy.‚Äù
Should we start naming people now?