Governor Andrew Cuomo has been waging a war against puritans, trying to lift the last pieces of legislation in place to curb gambling in New York. No, he’s not going to so far as to propose full-blown casinos– though the $2,000,000 kickback contribution to his office from the New York Gaming Association, along with the $138 million revenue for the state’s education budget created by the Quick Draw game this year make it sort of hard to argue against creating QD casinos, like the faux-version spotlighted in today’s New York Times article.
But here’s the thing: Don’t do that. Please. I don’t want to be poor. Read More