Often times in gamer's discussions on STEAM's Fallout New Vegas site the name "Benny"and the word "retribution" are nearly synonyomous. The "why" is the crux of the first major act of the game, but it is the act of catching up with the elusive target and his "Daisy Suit" and the various creative methods of inflicting retribution that has made many an interesting discussion thread. Hence the poetry of the saloon shooting of a character named Dangerous Dan McGrew. The poem was penned by Robert W. Service in 1915 and it slides right into the New Vegas story arc of 2010 and the SREAM discussions of 2018. So here is one thread as told by an "eye" witness (or perhaps the perpetrator). She's a ghoulish lady "escort" named Beatrix Russell who was "gambling"one night at the TOPS Casino on the New Vegas Strip when the events of this poem came down.