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March 17, 2017, 04:45:20 AM
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I don't know how to post a PDF document on the forum. I will make the Centerfolds owner's arrest report available to anyone who asks. It is dated February 2017.  Consistent with everything Nick posted. Anyone can get it with the case number. If someone tells me how to post it, I will.

http://lmgtfy.com/?iie=1&q=how+to+post+a+pdf+document+in+a+forum
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March 17, 2017, 04:53:57 AM
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Dear Gleb,

Here is the Legends Room BTM branded with London Keyes pictures, it doesn't look anything like the one you shared with Mike Tyson on it.

With Nick Blomgren next to it


And without


As per the Centerfolds owner check the case number as mentioned by Nick, unfortunately seems like you can't find any info and are bringing up old stuff, this happened recently.

The previous venue was closer to the Hard Rock Hotel however the stars that will be in our club, together with the events we will be organizing should be very attractive to our members.

The Legends Room has nothing to do with Mike Tyson or the article you mentioned on CoinDesk, but if it helps to get credibility here we see why you would post something to mislead readers.



Quoting so that it doesn't get deleted while I pen a reply, especially the clause I highlighted. Seriously, dude?

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March 17, 2017, 05:11:14 AM
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Ah did you read the post about Centerfolds?  The owner was in jail in Montgomery County PA which is in Philadelphia. I bet the reason they are trying to keep it under the rug is because if Las Vegas finds out he is in jail they will pull the liquor license. Hmmm.  But the genius on this forum who are not buying anything can't put two and two together.  However, I'm a lawyer with access to an online database. What legends says checks out 100%.  If you want, I'll PM you the order sending Paik to jail and you can post it. His real name is Seung H. Paik not Steve.


HOWEVER, I have access to Google ...  Grin Grin Grin My online database.  Tongue Tongue Tongue

http://nvsos.gov/SOSEntitySearch/CorpDetails.aspx?lx8nvq=T8S58aw9QxGvuQOp%252f5%252b7Hg%253d%253d&nt7=0

Note NICHOLAS BLOMGREN and 121 E. SUNSET RD ...



http://www.onekickgym.com/



We have opened two new General Bytes ATMs in Las Vegas.

One Kick's Gym  Inside the Las Vegas Sports Center and close to airport.
121 E. Sunset Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89119

The gym also accepts btc for membership and merchandise. Several MMA pros train there.
8% fee.

and

777 Smoke Shop
3035 E Tropicana Ave
Las Vegas, NV 89121
8% fee

https://twitter.com/BitcoinBrands/status/521761938272190464
Located in Canada. Hardly used. $6500 USD or BTC.

Looks like Fundmanager23 very recently deleted his Twitter account and 5 posts on this forum - http://web.archive.org/web/20160301130635/https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=162016;sa=showPosts - since his last login on the 7th of March.

Fundmanager23 owned Bitcoin Brands Inc. - http://web.archive.org/web/20140721073331/http://www.bitcoinbrandsinc.com/ - formerly known as Legend Mobile Inc. - https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1061169/000114420414066783/0001144204-14-066783.txt

Fundmanager23 is Steven Hicks shown at the bottom of the page here - https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1061169/000114420414066783/v393854_sc13g.htm

On the following page, it's depicted Hicks' interest in Bitcoin Direct LLC - https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1301075/000147793215006839/cnxs_10k.htm

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The Company focuses on providing bitcoin solutions to consumers in the United States through Bitcoin Automated Teller Machines ("Bitcoin ATMs"). We currently own seven Bitcoin ATMs with four operating Bitcoin ATMs located in Las Vegas, Nevada at the LINQ Hotel and Casino, Sin City Vape, One Kicks Gym, and McFadden's Restaurant and Saloon. Through our Bitcoin ATMs we intend to generate revenue from transaction fees charged to consumers who purchase or sell bitcoin using our machine. We may also generate revenue from the margin between our cost of bitcoins and the selling price of bitcoins.

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/conexus-subsidiary-bitcoin-direct-announces-the-mike-tyson-bitcoin-atm-300148717.html




The Legends Room has nothing to do with Mike Tyson or the article you mentioned on CoinDesk, but if it helps to get credibility here we see why you would post something to mislead readers.



ahahahah
Ok a hero member who would come and check everything by himself would indeed be a huge gain of credibility here Grin
The funny thing is that you'll probably be welcomed by a few drinks and a beautiful waitress... Lucky you ;p

Gonna take one for the team here for sure... lol

I have been PM'd by hobbskevin and we're negotiating a time to visit. I've met Nick at the Gym once before when he was promoting the Mike Tyson ATMs. I'm asking to view some business documentation as well as any remodeling efforts that display the Legends branding. I will keep the thread up to date as this progresses.

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March 17, 2017, 05:50:03 AM
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Prison information on Centerfolds owner dated Feb 17.
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March 17, 2017, 05:50:29 AM
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It still doesn't prove The Legends Room is not going to be opened in April.

People are getting memberships to a club to be opened in April, the membership has nothing to do with Bitcoin ATMs.
However there will be ATMs in the club for customers, for their convenience.

Again all you are doing is trying to give yourself some credibility by posting stuff that has nothing to do with the club nor the membership.
Don't give up your day job...
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March 17, 2017, 05:54:14 AM
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av or lv?
I saw some pornography pics here;D

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March 17, 2017, 05:54:31 AM
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http://i.imgur.com/a/QNNKz

Prison information on Centerfolds owner dated Feb 17.

Now this is proof that what Nick Blomgren said is true, the owner of Centerfolds has been arrested and they couldn't close a deal for the club.
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March 17, 2017, 05:57:13 AM
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bla bla bla


You DO NOT HAVE A CLUB

YET YOU ARE ASKING PEOPLE TO BUY MEMBERSHIP FOR A CLUB THAT DOES NOT CURRENTLY EXIST

ANY SELF RESPECTING BUSINESSMAN WOULD ENSURE THEY HAVE THE PREMISES BEFORE THEY SELL "MEMBERSHIPS"

But hey........that's just me....

MORE HOPIUM PLEASE

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March 17, 2017, 06:03:01 AM
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bla bla bla


You DO NOT HAVE A CLUB

YET YOU ARE ASKING PEOPLE TO BUY MEMBERSHIP FOR A CLUB THAT DOES NOT CURRENTLY EXIST

ANY SELF RESPECTING BUSINESSMAN WOULD ENSURE THEY HAVE THE PREMISES BEFORE THEY SELL "MEMBERSHIPS"

But hey........that's just me....

MORE HOPIUM PLEASE



LOL so according to your logic no blockchain project should have a token offering because well... THEY DON'T HAVE A BLOCKCHAIN until they build one.
Go tell that to all the ICOs that come up in the last few years and all the new ones to come.

We strongly recommend to give up the opium LOL
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March 17, 2017, 06:12:57 AM
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Porkachu...how do you know what they have and what they don't?   You are making assumptions without any basis in fact. I went and found the guys arrest record not because I doubted but I wanted to prove a point to the forum. You're not buying a membership and the people who are won't be influenced by you.  People who buy memberships in private clubs make up their minds on their own not by listening to Charzard. Can you go back to playing your new Nintendo? Legends Room exists. It's in Las Vegas. It's opening soon. I am free to call anyone or visit the place if I chose to.  The principals have been very upfront. I PMd them.  On one occasion, I was checking into the Wynn, there was an issue in the bathroom and my desired room was not available.  They gave me a different room. In this case, the building had to be changed for whatever reason. As a paid up member, I don't care. I trust the management to have couches, booze and hot girls when I get to Vegas in May.  This is whiskey and lap dances. Nothing more.
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March 17, 2017, 06:17:36 AM
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bla bla bla


You DO NOT HAVE A CLUB

YET YOU ARE ASKING PEOPLE TO BUY MEMBERSHIP FOR A CLUB THAT DOES NOT CURRENTLY EXIST

ANY SELF RESPECTING BUSINESSMAN WOULD ENSURE THEY HAVE THE PREMISES BEFORE THEY SELL "MEMBERSHIPS"

But hey........that's just me....

MORE HOPIUM PLEASE



LOL so according to your logic no blockchain project should have a token offering because well... THEY DON'T HAVE A BLOCKCHAIN until they build one.
Go tell that to all the ICOs that come up in the last few years and all the new ones to come.

We strongly recommend to give up the opium LOL

but but but......

this is about a token offering that is based upon people going to your premises (which you don't have).

your main USP (the fucking club) ain't there....

am about to overdose on hopium....

sheet...

PS: GuyBouchard, if you ain't connected to Legends, quite frankly, i don't give a fuck about your opinion.  Kiss
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March 17, 2017, 06:22:19 AM
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Keep bumping our thread, we appreciate the support  Smiley
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March 17, 2017, 06:23:32 AM
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Keep bumping our thread, we appreciate the support  Smiley

sure..

pleasure is all mine to point out that you guys are full of shit.

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March 17, 2017, 06:25:32 AM
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In our case it'll take a very short time after our membership offering to have a business up and running.

In the case of blockchain ICOs it can take years before they have working prototype...
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March 17, 2017, 06:27:48 AM
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In our case it'll take a very short time after our membership offering to have a business up and running.

In the case of blockchain ICOs it can take years before they have working prototype...

so you are confirming that you don't currently have any premises out of which your members can come and enjoy their memberships.....
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March 17, 2017, 06:28:37 AM
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http://i.imgur.com/a/QNNKz

Prison information on Centerfolds owner dated Feb 17.

Now this is proof that what Nick Blomgren said is true, the owner of Centerfolds has been arrested and they couldn't close a deal for the club.

First off, if that's even the same Paik, it's a domestic thingy, with no time served behind bars.

Secondly, the deal was closed back in 2015. If the deal wasn't closed, then there is no fuckin way the following could've been declared: http://www.clarkcountynv.gov/business-license/Documents/Oct%2001%20to%20Oct%2031%202016%20L%20G%20Admin%20Decisions.pdf


Here's definitive proof that the deal did go through: https://lasvegassun.com/blogs/kats-report/2015/jan/11/strip-clubs-new-owner-prefers-be-out-spotlight/


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Steve Paik isn’t trying to make a name for himself. He’s not trying to be the face of something, and he won’t be seen as the figurehead of anything.

The new owner of Club Paradise would rather you not know who he is. When asked to pose for a photo to help promote the club’s official reopening, the head of the operation politely declined.

“No, I really don’t want to be known in this industry,” said the slender man born in Seoul, South Korea, whose family moved to Philadelphia just two days before the U.S. bicentennial. “I try not to be so out front. I am in this business to make a living, not to socialize.”

He carries this philosophy in an industry where self-promotion is seen as both an art form and a necessary evil.

But one can understand why Paik comes off as so demure. His father was an educator and minister. His cousin David Oh is the first Korean member of the Philadelphia City Council. His family founded the first Korean-American church in Philadelphia. He’s a member of a swanky country club whose members might not applaud one of their friends operating a strip club in Las Vegas.

Quietly, Paik has become a successful businessman, an American success story, though he made his money in an industry that characteristically is naughty, dirty and — especially in Vegas — cutthroat. He operates adult clubs near Atlantic City and Philadelphia, making a good enough living to have traveled around the world. He took his wife and children, who attend private school, to the World Cup in Brazil last year and to the London Olympics in 2012.

Paik bought Club Paradise from Sam Cecola, who on a recent day happened to be in the club and appeared to have the run of the place, though he no longer has money invested in his old business. Cecola flew in from Chicago for the opening and was working in an undefined capacity writing a news release about all the celebrities and sports stars who visited the club over the years.

Cecola points proudly to that star-studded history, when he was the kingpin meeting stars of stage, screen and the sports world. But as we enter 2015, Paik and his club officials are quick to point out that the club's former owner is not working in any official capacity at Club Paradise. Under Cecola's tenure, Club Paradise shut down in June after a raid by Metro detectives and IRS agents acting on reports of credit card fraud and other violations.

That word — fraud — is key to Paik’s purchase of Club Paradise. He’d asked Cecola 4 1/2 years ago about buying the place, and Cecola put up a number that made Paik wince. But years later, Paik found coverage online of Cecola’s trouble at the club and sent an email that read, “Sam, seems like your circumstances have changed. Maybe I can be of help to you.”

Today, Paik promises to operate Club Paradise with class and integrity, and hopes to fill the 197-capacity venue with people who can spend moderately.

“I don’t need the few customers who are going to spend a lot of money,” Paik said. “I’d rather see a lot of people enjoying themselves with a small amount of money.”

Paik plans to track credit card receipts painstakingly, since that was a factor in the club’s closure last summer.

And he needs to enter the knife fight with limo and taxicab companies who bring customers to strip clubs but charge high per-customer fees. Limo companies can demand as much as $90 per head, even though the average club customer spends only about $60 per visit.

Paik is learning, fast, how to operate in that culture.

“If everybody else is doing it, paying limo and taxi guys, I have to do it,” Paik said. “It’s unavoidable.”

When asked what his imprint will be at Club Paradise, Paik speaks with the precision of a CEO: “I intend to provide a good service and a fun environment where customers can come in and enjoy without spending a fortune.”

For Paik, that’s as close to brazen as you’ll get.

bla bla bla


You DO NOT HAVE A CLUB

YET YOU ARE ASKING PEOPLE TO BUY MEMBERSHIP FOR A CLUB THAT DOES NOT CURRENTLY EXIST

ANY SELF RESPECTING BUSINESSMAN WOULD ENSURE THEY HAVE THE PREMISES BEFORE THEY SELL "MEMBERSHIPS"

But hey........that's just me....

MORE HOPIUM PLEASE



LOL so according to your logic no blockchain project should have a token offering because well... THEY DON'T HAVE A BLOCKCHAIN until they build one.
Go tell that to all the ICOs that come up in the last few years and all the new ones to come.

We strongly recommend to give up the opium LOL

but but but......

this is about a token offering that is based upon people going to your premises (which you don't have).

your main USP (the fucking club) ain't there....

am about to overdose on hopium....

sheet...

PS: GuyBouchard, if you ain't connected to Legends, quite frankly, i don't give a fuck about your opinion.  Kiss

Wouldn't it be funny if Guy Bouchard is the father of the MMA fighter Leon Bouchard?

http://www.mmarmy.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=445131&page=13


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March 17, 2017, 06:31:54 AM
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So much nonsense that we are actually having fun right now.

Keep posting and bumping our thread, are you sure you are not secret Legends Room marketing shills?

We can't wait to have both of you in our club once is open, you know you'd like to be there.

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March 17, 2017, 06:37:52 AM
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So much nonsense that we are actually having fun right now.

Keep posting and bumping our thread, are you sure you are not secret Legends Room marketing shills?

We can't wait to have both of you in our club once is open, you know you'd like to be there.



nope.

just merely pointing out the fact that you are currently asking people to buy memberships for a " supposed club" that does not exist and around which

there seems to be a lot of dodgy dealings.

also it's a bit weird that people who are seemingly portraying themselves as having acute business acumen would be conducting such a scammy

operation.


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March 17, 2017, 06:43:36 AM
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nope.

just merely pointing out the fact that you are currently asking people to buy memberships for a " supposed club" that does not exist and around which

there seems to be a lot of dodgy dealings.

also it's a bit weird that people who are seemingly portraying themselves as having acute business acumen would be conducting such a scammy

operation.


LOL coming from you we take it as a compliment.

"There seems to be lot of dodgy dealings"

You are right, there seems... Means maybe there aren't? You are not sure even yourself.

Nick Blomgren has been running clubs in Vegas for years, Stephan Bonnar is a UFC Legend, that alone shows that our team is fully qualified to perform their business duties and they have a lot of experience in their respective fields.

We appreciate you posting here and continuing to do so as readers are not stupid and they will make their own, educated judgement.

All you are saying are a bunch of poor, repetitive assumptions... the club is coming, stay tuned.

Come back in April and see you at The Legends Room Vegas!  Kiss

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScYYA4iTquI

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