Screaming, fist-banging and ‘spit on my face’: What it was like to work for Wynn
I have always maintained; you can not put a silk suit or lip-stick on a hog!! No matter how much finery and cologne the hog has on, the hog is still a hog.
That seems to be the trend with a lot of characters that, one day crawled out of the gutter, made a few dollar$, gain a little notoriety, found success; then one day out of the clear blue sky, they can walk on water.
It takes an exceptional person to make it to the big time and still maintain some degree of humility. This is one of the characteristics most of the high rolling harassment and molesters have in common. It is all about power and control.
In one meeting Wynn had with his employees, he made mention several times; he was the most powerful man in Vegas. He may very well be; BUTT, if a person is exceptional on any level, someone else will blow their horn, they do not have to.
I find it difficult to feel sorry for any of the characters.
It is refreshing to see that they are getting what is coming to them. FINALLY, society and the justice system is doing a little more than they have to protect the working man/women. It is about time, they have been covering up and protecting the high rollers for decades.
I would think that the self-proclaimed, most important man in Vegas would have better hair stylist. That dye job is awful!!
I thin it is safe to say, Wynn is in a no WIN situation. Payback can be a bitch!!