And BINGO was its name-o.
Admittedly, it’s now much less win than fail, since the multi-million bingo operation that has been corrupting Berkeley’s San Pablo Avenue with its dubious aims and devious schemes finally met its end last week.
We weren’t even aware that many people still played bingo–pre-geriatric stage, anyway. Amazing to say, the parlor in question raked in over five-point-five mil in the second half of 2009 alone–all in the name of a couple of nonprofits, one of which does not in fact exist.
Said nonprofit, one Youth Actors Company, is the brainchild of Ulysses Cooperwood and William Carpenter, both of whom have lost their permit in the wake of complaints vis-a-vis pay-outs in excess of the legal limit, as well as patrons “being cheated out of winnings and the operator’s family winning games.”
Making bingo super lame-o.
Tags:bingo, geriatric, San Pablo Avenue, Youth Actors Company
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