Casinos, brothels, and spectacles of cruelty. What we can still learn from Rene Girard and, I might add, Carl Schmidt. The scapegoat (pharmakos) burned at the crossroads to seal the social compact, and cure or purge the body politic. View the faces of the citizens, men, women, and children, about the lynch tree. View the faces beneath the cross commemorating sacrifice with the chalice of blood, ask yourself about the "business model." The flock, fleeced and butchered, worshipping the butchered shepherd. In Wealth Bondgage we own the platform on which bullying, and protest against it, are converteed to clicks, likes, shares, market data, sales, votes, power, and preferment. To build on the broadest and most solid foundation we at Wealth Bondage build on the best and the worst in human nature. Good or evil? What is your pleasure tonight? In our scenes rooms, encompassing both, the house always wins.