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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Mitch Gorshin
His father played "The Riddler" on TV's "Batman" series, but Mitch Gorshin cooked up a puzzling mystery of his own: Just what IS that big ball on the top of the Revel casino?
Casino patrons in Atlantic City will soon be Revel-ing in a new burlesque show.
One configuration will give the ball the appearance of rolling off the edge of the building, Gorshin said.
"The foil my pizza was in was empty, so I crumpled it up into a tiny ball and was about to throw it away, when I held it up and looked at it lined up with the top of the casino, and then it hit me," he said. "A ball, by nature, is the universal symbol of fun. There's a great visual tension; if you put a ball on the top of a slanted roof like we have, your eye senses that it's about to fall off."