Friday, May 16, 2008

Vegas: Have Barkley Wash Dishes To Pay Debt

Posted By on Fri, May 16, 2008 at 7:26 AM

So what if Charles Barkley has $400,000 gambling debt in the Vegas? They build a stage for Celine Dion, and now Cher is returning to town to get in on this predictable Vegas cash cow, but what about Charles Barkley. I love this man. He needs his own show--TV, Vegas, whatever. 

The Wynn is suing Barkley for a $400k loan, but Wynn should build Barkley a special stage, have him wash dishes in public, hook a microphone on and let him talk about George Bush, and running for governor of Alabama in 2014. Fuck Celine and Cher--I'd pay to watch Barkley wash dishes with his clothes on and talk about fake Christians even with a two-drink minimum. 

Forget sports commentator life; he needs to co-host with Bill Maher.

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