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  • Vegas World

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    Vegas World was a space-themed casino and hotel on Las Vegas Boulevard in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was owned and operated by Bob Stupak, and was also signed as Bob Stupak's Vegas World. Stupak initially opened a small casino, Bob Stupak's World Famous Million-Dollar Historic Gambling Museum and Casino, on the property in 1974, but it was destroyed in a fire later that year. Stupak later opened Vegas World in July 1979, on the same property. Vegas World opened with 90 hotel rooms and a casino. The hotel ultimately featured 932 rooms and the casino was eventually expanded to . In 1984, stuntman Dan Koko set two world records for separate stunts in which he jumped from the rooftop of Vegas World's 25-story hotel tower. Vegas World featured the world's first quarter-million and million-dollar slot-machine jackpots, as well as the world's largest mural, the world's largest Big Six wheel, and reputedly the world's largest exterior sign. Vegas World closed on February 1, 1995, to be remodeled and integrated into Stupak's new project, the Stratosphere. Vegas World's two hotel towers were renovated for use as the Stratosphere's hotel.

  • What happens on tour, stays on tour

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    "What happens on tour, stays on tour" is a notorious phrase or saying agreed to by men who get together and travel either interstate or overseas for sporting tours. In essence, the phrase means that all exploits during the tour must be kept strictly confidential, never to be discussed with anyone outside the group. In more recent years, the phrase has also been applied to men attending music gigs, going on business trips and fishing holidays. The term is commonly used in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada and the United States and is also known as "what goes on tour stays on tour", "what happens on the road stays on the road", and, among members of the United States military, speaking of temporary duty assignment, "what happens TDY stays TDY".

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