House Always Wins
Trans Resister Radio & Uncle The Broadcast Presented by OCHELLI.COM
In this episode of Trans Resister Radio, Aaron returns to his Occult Themes in Popular Music series. The subject at hand is gambling and games of chance. The lyrics of three different rock songs are analyzed regarding their occult significance regarding the many bright and shiny attractions of fabulous Las Vegas.
This episode is a real milestone in the history of the broadcast. It is the 100’th installment of Uncle (the podcast), a point which Uncle has long been counting up toward. The occasion is shared with two great callers, SunshineOn and Joshua Brookshire.
Chuck Takes Crazy Notes:
Aaron flies Solo in the first hour. Cards, Games, and Magic. Symbolism and games of chance in a heart-shaped box. Why does the Joker play the wild card?
Dig on this. Toto still gets killed when Dorothy goes home. Uncle gets two callers, No Wrestler. Who’s playing with the knobs?
1744, “public room for music or dancing,” from Italian casino, literally “a little house,” diminutive of casa “house,” from Latin casa “hut, cottage, cabin,” which is of uncertain origin. The card game (also cassino) is attested by that name from 1792. Specifically as “building for aristocratic gambling” by 1820, first in an Italian context.
House Always Wins
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