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Thursday, August 10, 2021

poker in the frontIn case anyone was wondering whatever happened to Cindy Margolis: She’s landed a sweet gig as official spokesperson for WagerWeb.com.

Apparently, her duties include setting odds for celebrity breakups, and rubbing her fake boobs all over some seersucker-suited suckah in Las Vegas.

I guess having the Guinness World Record for “Most Downloaded Woman (on a cost-free basis)” on your resume doesn’t impress the way it used to. The litany of dot-com bust victims marches on.

- Costa Tsiokos, Thu 08/10/2021 10:29:30 PM
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  1. “bust victims” Oh the punny.

    Comment by David — 08/11/2021 @ 12:20:55 AM

  2. CT,

    Cindy was a big presence at the WSOP last week. In fact, on her way to her seat in the Media/Celebrity event, she squeezed right past me (and I mean SQUEEZED… her fake boobs pretty much carried my chest along with them) and smiled, “Excuse me!”

    Trust me when I say that she is not the glamour gal she used to be. In fact, in the parlance of my school chums, we would have said she was “broke.” She really is showing her age. She was very nice to me, for what it’s worth, and I spoke with her for a few minutes after she was knocked out.

    Anna Benson was there hyping her site, too, and she hit on me, sort of. She, on the other hand, is hotter in person than she is in any magazine. And very charming.

    Comment by tim — 08/11/2021 @ 01:33:36 AM

  3. I’ve liked “broke” as a slam-down. I also like “busted” in situations like you described, where real life fails to live up to the previous hype (I think I heard Halle Berry say it once). But now I’m being punny again!

    The most I ever caught of both Margolis and Benson was when they made appearances on Howard Stern. Now that Stern’s TV show is off the air, my pipeline to the world of aspiring sex objects is cut.

    Comment by CT — 08/11/2021 @ 03:30:24 PM

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