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The Wheelmobile is in Vegas, baby!

God Loves Me.

God Loves Me.

I’m going to Vegas, baby!

After the last fiasco at the Morongo Casino, I decided to get proactive and creative.  I went to the Wheel of Fortune website and signed up for Wheelmobile alerts under various email addresses and zip codes so that I can be alerted to the Wheelmobile’s arrival in different cities.  (Pretty clever, huh?)  One of those locations was the wonderful city of Las Vegas, baby!  (As you can see, it’s obligatory to say the word “baby” after the word “Vegas”.   It’s some type of rule or something.)

Anyway, the Wheel of Fortune folks sent me the alert…they will be in Las Vegas, baby…at the Venetian Hotel next week.  They’ll be holding tryouts on Friday May 1 and Saturday May 2.  Tara and Donovan and I are going to drive up on Saturday morning, check into a cheap budget motel, drive on over to the Venetian so that I can WOW the producers, then leave for home on Sunday morning.

Wheel of Fortune…here I come baby!  Woo-hoo!

UPDATE:  Click here for post 5 in the Wheel of Fortune saga…



One comment on “The Wheelmobile is in Vegas, baby!

  1. Pingback: I Swear…God is Playing with Me « Mr. Brown

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