Written by Jaggedone

Thursday, 9 November 2017

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Las Vegas are even thinking of importing fake self-driven London buses for rides around their fake Tower of London!

Las Vegas, 08.11.2017: It was a gamble (boom boom) in the gambling mecca of the world to start experimenting with self-driving buses shuttling gamblers back and forward from their one-arm-bandits to roulette tables in the city!

The thing crashed on its initial journey through LV streets and now gamblers, who bet a lot of bucks on the thing crashing, have won a windfall!

"Man, betting on this thing crashing was much better than losing mega-bucks on the tables and in them bandits (plenty of them in this sin-city), at least the chances were higher and the local mafia weren't driving the thing!" One renowned 'bet-aholic' crashing in the thing revealed to Jaggedone's star CIA (Cockroach Infiltration Army), in LV, Black Jack-White (to avoid any racist connotations).

The driver-less bus, did not actually cause the accident! The human driver of the vehicle in front of it was sloshed after losing a million $bucks on the roulette tables, and racing out of town because he couldn't pay his debts! He hit the fake Statue of Liberty, bounced off the plastic Eiffel Tower, and crashed into the brand-spanking new, driver-less shuttle, heading for a fake wedding chapel with Elvis also on board!

The bus company owners are convinced their expensive, self-driving shuttle service, will eventually be a great hit with gamblers because they are willing to take great risks, and don't give a 'crap' (is that a dicey gambling game too?) how much money it loses!

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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