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André Leon Talley,
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William F. Buckley,
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This four-part docu-series explores the legalization of sports gambling and its evolving impact on the gambling community. It chronicles professional gamblers, bookies, oddsmakers and documents effects of legalization through their eyes.
This was a delightful film. I have not been to New York sine the 90s, but if I had the money then I think the Carlyle is where I would like to stay! What impressed me most was how well the staff spoke about the guests and how well the guests seemed to appreciate the staff. Our news is filled with stories of companies treating their employees poorly and also how many people dislike their jobs. Wow, somebody is doing something right here! Harvard Business Review take note, no fancy theory here, no AI, just fancy old fashioned respect for human dignity. A great selection of guests are interviewed across the whole spectrum of professions, with all saying the same thing. I felt good to be alive coming out of this movie!
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