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The Reel Life

29 Oct 2009

The Reel Life knows that times are tough in this troubled economy. We've considered getting a second job to support our online slots lifestyle. A New York man who has been struggling during this recession figured he might as well kill two birds with one stone.

According to the Lower Hudson Valley Journal News, police are looking for a man who brandished at a Taco Bell in Haverstraw. Police say the man walked into the fast food establishment, pointed a gun at the cashier, and demanded money.

This is when it gets interesting. The man then went into the manager's office at the back of the store. Instead of demanding money, he requested a job application. The manager, who didn't know about the attempted holdup, refused and asked the man to leave.

No money was taken from the Taco Bell and police are still searching for the man.

The Reel Life has to respect this man's tenacity to find a job. However, if you're looking to find a job and rob the place, make sure you're successful in at least one of the two.

Get in the fast lane grandma, the Bingo game is ready to roll!

Microgaming progressive jackpot update

This week was unlucky in the online slots world, so here are the top-5 Microgaming progressive jackpots:

  • Mega Moolah Mega $1,061,812
  • MajorMillions $252,881
  • King Cashalot $243,267
  • CyberStud $ 179,770
  • Poker Ride $ 113,014
 
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