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Jason Scavone

Jason Scavone

Editor, Daily Fiasco

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Scavone is a 1998 graduate of Lex Luthor University, where he majored in Mad Science with a minor in evil Business Administration. He has since been a nonstop disappointment to his mother by failing to put that education to work, and instead taken up residence as editor of DailyFiasco.com. Although he still maintains a hobbyist’s interest in devising a chemical formula that when slipped into their respective water supplies will bring both Metropolis and Gotham City to their knees, he spends most of his time curating Fiasco, which he describes as “Las Vegas’ drinkingest, fightingest and handsomest nightlife, entertainment and gossip blog."

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Not-So-Fabulous Las Vegas

There have been worse weeks in the world of Las Vegas entertainment and sports. It’s just that those ones tend to involve things like the MGM fire disrupting show schedules, or the NFL deciding once and for all that no one in the city could ever say “Super Bowl” in public ever again. Or Jeff Dunham signing a residency here. Read More

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Sadly, the T-rex is the Michael Spinks of the dinosaur world.

Tyson Cartoon Has a Trailer

Forget any Avengers-related news that came out of Comic-Con this weekend, the real important item was that the long-promised Mike Tyson Mysteries got a trailer. And it’s amazing. It has everything you could ask for in a Scooby-Doo-influenced Mike Tyson cartoon. Jim Rash as an effete ghost. Tyson getting excited to fight a chupacabra. A jazzy Johnny Quest/Mannix-ish score. Dinosaur punching. Read More

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Tony Hsieh Goes Atomic, Brody Jenner Hits the Decks and Claire Sinclair Geeks Out

The Comstock Lode was, in addition to the thing that gave us George Hearst as a character on Deadwood, the discovery that kicked off a land rush in Nevada, as miners flocked to the state to get their hands on that sweet, sweet silver. Sure, our state has had other, less old-school land grabs since then. But it’s always nice to see these things come back into fashion. Read More