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But I take my Yelping seriously, and would NEVER write a fake review — even though you’d be ASTONISHED at how many times I’ve been asked to.NOTE to business owners: I AM NOT writing a fake good review for your business — unless I’ve already been there, and liked it! Anyhoo, seeing this bullshit in black-and-white really got my goat…so now I’m back in the anti-Goretorium fray. I am officially withdrawing from the Goretorium fray.(All this from Wikipedia.) I guess he was hired at the Goretorium as an actor, and promised “good money…” but then found out after it was too late that the “good money” was minimum wage.
This handout advises that if you want a bonus (it couldn’t be a very big bonus, seeing as they pay minimum wage), you are expected/required to do a bunch of crazy social media crap, including make a Facebook page for your Goretorium character, have at least 100 friends on it, post on it at least 3x per week, plus have a Twitter page, plus vote for Goretorium in all the local “best-of” polls, PLUS find six different locations that will let you drop off Goretorium flyers every 2 weeks. But the worst part of it was, they ALSO expect you to write good Goretorium reviews on Yelp. account, you are supposed to create one — then write two good reviews of other businesses first, so that you don’t get flagged or filtered when you post your glowing review of Goretorium (Yelp!And I was immediately confronted with a HUUUUUGE line….a line that wasn’t moving AT. ” Anything that has a bunch of dumbasses in line for it is usually a COMPLETE waste of time (viz.Disneyland rides, i Phones, Justin Bieber tickets).Enter Eli Roth, director of horror film classics “Hostel” and “Hostel II…” but probably most notably recognizable as the Bear Jew from “Inglorious Basterds.” Roth had the semi-ingenious idea of opening a year-round haunt on the Vegas Strip — something to get that coveted 18-35 Hot Topic dollar, complete with a wedding chapel and lounge.He hired a bunch of local nightclub-industry douchebags to run the place, then set his sights on a late-September opening…just in time to capitalize on Halloween (which, due to its symbiotic relationship with slutty costumes, has pretty much become Vegas’s signature holiday).He has a sizeable cadre of followers — fellow ex-employees who are also pissed off, plus a random assortment of fans and friends.They are one and all hell-bent on bringing the Goretorium down — with social media campaigns and live protests (in costume) in front of the Goretorium, in the middle of the Vegas Strip. Out of spite, I was inclined to side with Don Henrie and his peeps…but, honestly: would you EVER take a job (much less quit an already established job) for a new one without knowing EXACTLY what the pay is? No matter how fun a gig it is, I need to know the bottom line first, yo!(Honestly, I couldn’t have cared less about the haunted house. ) The reception went from 9-11, and I had to work til 10 that night…but having been assured that it would be worth stopping by at, I raced over there the minute I got off work. Whenever I see a bunch of people standing in line to get an i Phone or to get into a nightclub or something, I am immediately reminded of the late, great Sex Pistols’ song “EMI:” “Blind acceptance is a sign…of STUPID FOOLS WHO STAND IN LINE!Apparently, this is standard operating procedure for many Vegas Strip nightclubs — and other businesses in general. I *love* Yelp — I use it ALL the time to find mechanics, restaurants, contractors, etc.I am such a prolific Yelper, in fact, that they gave me Elite status, and now I get free schwag every now and again (see below).