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"clemenza" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Popcast

"And i are students of pop music. History this is now officially the biggest predator in the history of popular music. you know. there's no two ways but there's nobody worse it's historic and of course it was an historic victory for women of color. You know this is the first prosecution and conviction of cereal sexual predator whose victims were almost all women of color. Can you talk a little bit about the way this case was built. That allowed it to be successful. Obviously some of the successes baked into the broader conversation around me to and also what dream did with the documentary. And you did so. Obviously part of that is that context but also the nature of the charges time. We're different than the nature of charges thirteen years ago. Can you talk about what allowed this case to succeed where the previous one had not succeeded. Well you know there is still a second federal indictment in the northern district of illinois but centers on the two thousand eight trial and we now know the two thousand eight trial resulted in acquittal because kelly bribed many witnesses and victims to not testify and physically threatened others as an interesting footnote. That trial is still going on. I don't think it was me too. I don't think it was anything else. Other than a really smart gambit that i will confess to you. I thought was going to fail until the week before the verdict when i talked to literally the man who wrote the textbook on rico law professor in minnesota so the racketeering law he said chiding me as thick headed guy from jersey right. Because here's the question. I ask and i always get away with this as you do john. I said you know you. You have indicted. Telly as the godfather wear our and clemenza and he said look rico in popular culture versus rico on the law books and he educates and joins the teams of many lawyers. Criminal lawyers expert lawyers. Who don't understand rico. The enterprise itself. Saying a. John you and i are in ball right. That doesn't carry any criminal penalty under rico. You have to name specific credit acts these terms. You learn that enumerate the crimes but rico is a really big umbrella that you can get all sorts of people in all sorts of crimes and years of evidence. Not specifically time to grimes because maybe the statute of limitations expired a lia or other factors right so they were able to lay out this extraordinary case of thirty years of criminal behavior and mention all sorts of his enablers including two who are indicted in chicago. They were entering these guys. Pictures into evidence and showing them the witnesses so the jury heard lots of names. Darrell mcdavid and june brown and june bug and right but the government didn't have to worry about proving crimes by any of those people beyond a reasonable doubt..

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"clemenza" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"clemenza" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Gugacast

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"clemenza" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Knowing you have zero chance of reselling. You can't even really gift it to somebody. So at least in paperback can give it to a buddy. Hey you can. Hey you will. I love this book. You will benefit from this book. Go check it out the kindle much much more difficult to do our an audible kind of booker ver- much more difficult to to gift to a friend or something or so. So i think these digital things are are hard to think through and it'd be really great if they're like secondary economies for them even things that aren't necessarily digital or sometimes like like plane tickets. I think airlines would make way more money. If there was a secondary economy for plane tickets because first of all they could charge. I would pay a lot more for a plane ticket. If i knew i could resell that ticket and i didn't have to deal with like the plane company of having there's just a simple secondary market for me to move those tickets around or something and to all these other types of things i think certainly that the events companies want stub actually became much more legit. They actually end up making more money with the advent of stubhub because people were willing to pay a lot more because they knew is easy to even if they're gonna take a loss on it. It was easy to move that ticket again. Whereas before i used to. I used to buy and sell tickets when i was in high school. And you know for like two concerts and stuff like that usually you to concerts. Yeah nice yeah or guns n. Roses all these different concerts. I would go to. But yeah i would i would i. Would i would like buy four tickets and sell three or something like that best. Guns was really mountains where garden guns and roses. Oh yeah. I grew in grew up in suburbs so that that was like amazing soundgarden open for them. Incredible incredible incredible to different eras guards. A very different era from guns and roses. Yeah but but but but i mean it's similar. Who is awesome. Yeah it was. It was awesome. Did you ever go to half price books. Even half price books. Do you knew that story you heard of that. I don't think so so. It's like a great place where you can buy used books and you can also take all your books there and give it to them. Give you like a check. Yeah she's bringing your books into the back and give you a check and they can take that in san francisco. I don't even know if it's still around called green apple books on clemenza it is around in fact. I passed by it the other day. So i used to always do that would take all my books to green apple books. They'd give me most of them they would. They'd give me a check for zero. Say i know post college. But i'd say i was in my early twenties. I would bring like thirty bucks. Their old business by well still. I'm frugal guy. And then they would give me credit and they would also be really knowledgeable so they would often say they buy. You know i would go there all the time. I was going there for a while like every week. Sometimes and often i would sell books back to them that i bought from them and then they were very knowledgeable and they would be able to suggest different books that i could buy. Yeah it was great so this is maybe a different era and the but it was really great place and sometimes i just sit there. And just like yeah. I just read a book. I'd read a couple of chapters of a book just like sitting on the on the floor so many books. Yeah yeah and that's one of the great things about which is different from. I think today is this. Idea of like browsing is a weird kind of concept today. I don't really browse. I don't actually go into most physical stores even for the grocery store or whatever and so but back in the day i used to. He's just spent a lotta time in bookstores. Just like going through and just like. I would read chapter. Sit down on the ground is just put it back and then i would like this just by like the cover of the book or the title just completely random and i used to like you know this is pre kids. I used to spend every either every saturday every sunday. Just reading i would. I would spend probably eight hours just reading and often i would do in my home or at a park or something that but sometimes i'd like walk into a bookstore especially if i was in a new city or something i love just gonna random bookstore opening up some random book and some of the best books i've ever read in my life. Were just like random books found sometimes like the sometimes they were books are on sale for like a dollar and you would just go through. Read them and some of the books you've read. Does that mean books. You've completed or just books. The page from. I mean in my case i would say the transformative books completed because if it was a good book i probably completed it and so a lot of a lot of great books. I've i've read a read a chapter or two here and there but most of these books and buying it. And then. I don't think i could ever finish of books at the bookstore side. Maybe started there and then all this is good. I wanna keep al go. We'll go by the book and kind of try before you buy. Things is really great and then take it home or take it to the park or whatever and just kind of our ticket to a pizza place in just kind of go through there. Been any books of that caliber that had been written about the last fifteen eighteen months as in cova like the coca experience. Yeah well there's a new one by neil ferguson. I haven't ready at have it own. I own the book. And i'm planning on reading that kind of talks about not only this this experience but you neal is an amazing historian and so then he goes through all these other different pandemics that we've had over here. We've had one in the fifties fame on the twenty s and kind of went through the different pandemics and and and try to understand fight from historical he builds. Okay what's similar about other pandemics was different etcetera and kind of like. I've talked to him about red of the book. But i haven't yet read the book and for planning planning on doing that. The next couple of months are there any other pandemics in history with this much political intrigue. Well i think most pandemics caused intrigue so if you know if if you go all the way back to the black death or something like that like it caused a lot of intrigue or the khun kista doors bringing smallpox to the to light america. Obviously you know really changed and altered the political landscape for hundreds of years. So i do think pandemics do do make a lot of whenever you have big change in the world. Obviously that is almost always accompanied by some sort of political change. Do you have any predictions for big political changes. Things that are non taboo non taboo political changes maybe preferences in restaurants as seen by safe graph. Data oh i think society is always changing which is great. I mean one of the great. It's always it's always. Can you see in real time through safe graph data key societal changes so one of the great things that we did in warrior than star recovers. We started this safe graph community. We now have about ten thousand academics. That are very very active. And we have a lot of non academic sued..

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"clemenza" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Was that they basically made the second game magic the gathering arena and the cards that you own in magic the digital objects the first game that they made do not transfer over so imagine basically. Somebody's forked the economy. And they said you don't get the rights to the money that you already made Got us you have all these valuable digital assets and you can't you can't move him. I don't even own any digital objects. This was just frustrating to me as like as basically like we can't solve this like they can't figure out how to how to they can't figure out how to port their billion dollar business line to apple a software problem. It's a database problem like this is not hard consultants. What do things in. General digital assets is that it is in many cases favorite hard have a secondary economy in digital assets. So like i just bought a new car and old car guy. I've seen the blog posts selling selling the old car. It's actually great. you get to sell it. Someone can buy it. You know whatever the market is there some sort of clearing price and you know. I haven't sold it yet but i feel comfortable sell the old car. But i have all these old kindle books that like i'm not gonna read anymore. I have no way of like selling my old movies. I bought on itunes or whatever might be. I have no way of selling these things to somebody who might actually really benefit from them and like them and so i think it is always often hard when some sort of does usually some sort of central authority that controls these digital assets and create some of rules around them and so even though that kindle book if you think of like a paperback maybe cost you twelve dollars to buy the kindle book maybe cost you ten dollars to buy but the paperback at least you can resell it. Say for four dollars. Whereas the kindle you may have zero chance reselling knowing you have zero chance of reselling. You can't even really gift it to somebody. So at least in paperback can give it to a buddy. Hey you can. Hey you will. I love this book. You will benefit from this book. Go check it out the kindle much much more difficult to do our an audible kind of booker. whatever what is ver- much more difficult to to gift to a friend or something or so. So i think these digital things are are hard to think through and it'd be really great if they're like secondary economies for them even things that aren't necessarily digital or sometimes like like plane tickets. I think airlines would make way more money. If there was a secondary economy for plane tickets because first of all they could charge. I would pay a lot more for a plane ticket. If i knew i could resell that ticket and i didn't have to deal with like the plane company of having there's just a simple secondary market for me to move those tickets around or something and to all these other types of things i think certainly that the events companies want stub actually became much more legit. They actually end up making more money with the advent of stubhub because people were willing to pay a lot more because they knew is easy to even if they're gonna take a loss on it. It was easy to move that ticket again. Whereas before i used to. I used to buy and sell tickets when i was in high school. And you know for like two concerts and stuff like that usually you to concerts. Yeah nice yeah or guns n. Roses all these different concerts. I would go to. But yeah i would i would i. Would i would like buy four tickets and sell three or something like that. Best guns was really mountains. Garden guns and roses. Oh yeah i grew a grew up in suburbs so that that was like amazing soundgarden open for them. Incredible incredible incredible to different eras guards. A very different era from guns and roses. Yeah but but but but i mean it's similar is awesome. Yeah it was. It was awesome. Did you ever go to half price books. Even half price books. Do you knew that story you heard of that. I don't think so so. It's like a great place where you can buy used books and you can also take all your books there and give it to them. Give you like a check. Yeah she's bringing your books into the back and give you a check and they can take that in san francisco. I don't even know if it's still around called green apple books on clemenza it is around in fact. I passed by it the other day. So i used to always do that would take all my books to green apple books. They'd give me most of them they would. They'd give me a check for zero. Say i know post college. But i'd say i was in my early twenties. I would bring like thirty bucks. Their old business by well still. I'm frugal guy. And then they would give me credit and they would also be really knowledgeable so they would often say they buy. You know i would go there all the time. I was going there for a while like every week. Sometimes and often i would sell books back to them that i bought from them and then they were very knowledgeable and they would be able to suggest different books that i could buy. Yeah it was great so this is maybe a different era and the but it was really great place and sometimes i just sit there. And just like yeah..

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"clemenza" Discussed on Eu tava la

Eu tava la

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Eu tava la

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"clemenza" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

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"clemenza" Discussed on That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on That Superhero Thing presents The Loki Takeover

"And so i don't think any point. He was more frustrated. I'd say at this stage the low. He's probably more and more humane character so far than the authorities. we know. it's not gonna go that way because of the film but yeah you do people people of the stage so we say we see to try. Follow me on. Finally on the colson rolls up and takes all jane and salves gear and then we go back to see and we go to garden low key now taking the throne but again i i wrote on is still really. Don't anything at at. This state is taken the throat because he is now is the rightful heir to the throne. He didn't he didn't banish the and it's kind of opportunists as well but he's the opportunity is it opportunities he would at the end of the day right at the yeah he would be the rightful but he's also kind of been the cause of the chain of events that have led to it so yeah but not not intentionally. I don't think i would argue. I don't think he intends. He didn't intend in my opinion to get full banished. From god and i don't think he intended to give his daughter heart attack appointment the that i think he's just found himself in opposition intended. I don't think he intended to do any of it. And then when when they when the three komo costume and say you need to bring full-back he says will account because a con under my first komo beyond to undo the last kings last command but also because of what thoughts did were now on the brink of war with joe hyme and i'm trying to establish peace with jane. Hi to get what i mean. So he's not and may whether that's right or is it sounds like at this point. He's trying to mop the mess that thaws made and he's he's taken taking over all the all this while while bistro straight as far as that can send the clemenza doberman and grass him up and say tallow that. He's equals the the hassle that went on the coronation. He's just not treated very well. Feel really sorry. I feel really sorry for. He's just not not sorry for him. But you know. I mean he's still he's still at this point in my mind. Good back pain in the ass like book. And then that's when we start neck after that at one four starts to go back to earth and he starts to get redeemed. Shall we say so. We start like bandon with jane bonding with jane. Not anything else at this point and tells wherever it tells us that she'll tell her everything if she helps him get me all near back and then again. There's a large about but we get back to that we go back to low key and he's odin bedside and he's he seems point very concerned the fact that his dad's or it's not as dot official who is is he going to wake up. He doesn't seem like he's sitting there thinking. Are you going to hurry up and die east. He seems genuinely concerned. And then his mom fraser says he's always says that odin always got a plan and he there's a method to everything he does and that's when he started to realize even though thought has been banished he knows that odin banished him with the intention that thought will learn the error of his ways and come back so he's being given like this even though he's completely cocked dope low. He's trying to ruin. God trying to fix the problems..

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"clemenza" Discussed on X96

X96

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on X96

"Craziest trip. You're the first to capture Everyone else's mouse is the winner just turned on. Snap the bank and tomorrow right down the chute now watching role and hit the ball. Knocked the ball in the Robert Up top of this man another hand, the trap is set up. Shit. I'm guaranteeing. Just see. I knew you were a winner. Mousetrap from Milton Bradley. Hey, you know when my my oldest daughter was little I took her to see a movie called Mouse Hunt. Yes, And it Well, it is to this day is one of her favorite movies. You've got looking. Yes, and it? Yeah. And yeah, That's right. He's the Great mountain, The mouse 100. The any is it doesn't heat. He tastes the mouse droppings, You know, to get a sense of what the mice like and what they're There's so many people texting in ideas for catching well, you wanna give give of Mohammed a good job? You say Here's a BB gun. And I want you to sit there and you sit there and watch for him to come out. I can't wait for pictures of this. Track and traps building this contraption. I can't let him do it. Exactly. I can't wait for the photos of that. I can't wait to see if it works. This is very I'm invested. Thank you. I am I'm invested, and I'm also curious as to how drowning them is not torture, but it's horrible. I feel bad for them. I can't stand it. The best way to deal with them really is a Carrie kept saying yesterday a cat because you know, usually usually mean captain, but usually you don't You don't usually see the results, maybe once or twice. But when there's a cat in the house, then the mice just are afraid to come around. Yeah, that's like it's like sending Clemenza to do a job. You don't have to see it. You know it, Z Give this one to Clemenza. I don't have to mess my time. Nathan Lane in mouse Hunt 1997. I look forward to the to the success or failure of the mouse trap. Okay, You're gonna let him build it. Moms are awesome..

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"clemenza" Discussed on Fatherhood Friday’s

Fatherhood Friday’s

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Fatherhood Friday’s

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Guess Is Under Fire for Knocking Off Telfar's "Shopping Bag"

Pop Fashion

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Guess Is Under Fire for Knocking Off Telfar's "Shopping Bag"

"Far clemenza designed a vegan leather shopping bag that is extremely popular. It's nickname is the bushwick birkin. We've talked about it a number of times on the show. It's beloved to describe it if you haven't seen. It has a rigid rectangular shape two sets of straps and is recognizable mostly by the circular shaped logo and the center of the bag as a circle with a t and it is iconic. It is beautiful. Well guess came out with a bag. That looks kinda familiar. It is the same shape it has to says of straps if features a circular logo with a g in the middle. And you might think well. A rectangular bag is a rectangular bag right. No look so much like it. Lisa looked at it right before the show. What did you think lisa. It's a same ding. Dang bag but like not as good is the guest one made of leather. I don't think so. i think still vegan. Yeah it's no the talafar one looks way better. Of course gas dot called out. People were like yeah no to such an extent. That gas withdrew the bag completely. You cannot buy any more in a statement. The company said this is what guests said quote signal brands. The handbag licensee of guests inc has voluntarily halted the sale of its g logo totes. Some on social media have compared the totes to tel afar global shopping bags signal brands does not wish to create any impediments to tell far global success and such as independently decided to stop selling the g logo totes. How benevolent of them want notice. They used the words voluntarily and independently fascinating.

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"clemenza" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"clemenza" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Oh, WeII spent the last two years lying about Governor Abrams. Clearly David Governor Governor Abrams. She's going back to her job of not being governor of Georgia. But It is, if you're going to criminalize that I don't want her in jail. Or I don't want her to be blamed for violence that comes up because he is a constant liar. Okay. Bernie Sanders talked about how millionaires and billionaires have Rigged the system. I don't want him to be blamed for the fact that some kook who is a big fan of his listen to his lies about our economy and society and went and tried to assassinate the entire Republican caucus on a baseball diamond. Back into thinking I was 27 ft, right? Hmm. I don't want Bernie Sanders to be blamed for that. I don't want him to have to choose his rhetoric. But they're making the rules. David. They're making the rules he needs to be held to account. James Hodgkinson was a Bernie bro he believed that the Republican health care plan was going to kill 10,000 people per year. If you believe that you're almost morally obligated, Guy thought he was doing God's work right there. It's all lies. Okay, It's maybe it's not the same kind of specific lie the way the pizza Gate thing was, but But it's but you know what Pretty pretty seniors doesn't know the first thing about any of this stuff, and he just found soft stuff that he knows isn't really true. And as a result, we get violent. So should we blame for anything? No. So you're gonna have some nuts? Some not might listen to conversation. We're having right now and decide to commit some kind of violent acts. And I don't think you and I to be blamed for it. So what? What happens when President Trump says, you know, go to the capital Come to the capital is going to be wild and, you know, stop them from You know, go down there and stop them from certifying the election. Well, you know, we did that all the time. They stop me if he Pelosi's agenda does that doesn't mean physically go and assault for, you know? Yeah, I think it goes without saying well, it goes back to the the attempted assassination of Gabby Giffords. And the left trying to blame that on Sarah Palin on a website that Jared Lee loved there. Never been, too. It was a lefty Bush hater. It didn't matter. They saw an opportunity and they pounced. That was not an anomaly. Paul Krugman, who you know, jumped like the second It happened. He was already he already had written about it. Um, you know, just sort of sneering uncurious Partisan, too. I mean, fine Cookman. Clemenza, seriously, economist. He's not a serious columnist See that he doesn't have anything valuable to consider it when it comes to politics. But, you know, it just goes to show you that sort of bad faith argument that oh, well, something that happened to a Democrat must be Republicans encouraging violence, right? No matter no matter who it is, no matter what it was that he did, And then you get the Bernie bro shooting up the baseball bombs. Obviously, yes, Double standard fine. But that's not the point. The point is, we shouldn't have We should not be in the business of criminalizing stock political speech as if when it when violence occurs, We're going to draw the line back to something that could be taken pretty much any only do that When you have an incredibly weak case to make for yourself. We'll have to find another former president over something like that. They want to make his much of this as they possibly can need to drag this out, And I just think if they're going to be embarrassed by it later, the same way they were by the first impeachment like they're not going to be talking about this in the 2022 election. Know if they're getting the Republicans might talk about it like they they've got. They have got this guy club living rent free in their head. They can't get over the fact that he beat them in an election. There still seems about it. So look what they're doing. There's a lot of room in their heads David. There's a lot of room out there. David for dough. So the Washington Examiner Washington.

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"clemenza" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"clemenza" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So what was the core idea of that scene? Well, Michael's dressed in the uniform of Marine and Kay is clearly his non Italian or wasp, As Mario would say, girlfriend and the core of the scene was so it means he's serious about her. And the core of the scene is that Michael discloses that his family as charming as they may appear, are really murderers. Um, so in your notebook, you write that clearly, Johnny, The singer is a movie star. And you're right. Should you cast the only star in the movie in that role? And, um, the brand. I was already a star. So then Bando wasn't casted. Oh, he wasn't cast yet. Okay, So were you thinking of it? Casting Eddie Fisher? Did I read that right? Yeah, before for Johnny Fontaine. I liked very much Eddie Fisher, although he was not Italian, but I also like victim on I had several thoughts. And what happened. I don't remember what happened with Eddie Fisher. But victim on publicly declined. Victim on was known to, you know, Know that Frank's of actor was not so happy about the Reference and you know they were afraid. Afraid of retribution from Sinatra or from people. Sinatra was connected with. All the above. In each scene. In your notebook, you have a list of pitfalls you might fall into and perhaps the most common one that you're worried about is cliche, or you have some of your biggest worries about turning the material into cliches. Well, having been raised in the family of Italian Americans who all of them were accomplished musicians. They weren't Gangsters, Certainly, but but so much of the detail of life what the bottle of armies it looked like the fact that they would sometimes send out for Chinese food. I knew a lot of Stuff through living with my my father and my uncles and my family that I used those details in the film, and my fear was that you know Italians were always a talk A like the people who like the Marx, brother, Chico Marx and There were so many cliches related to us as a zoo, the culture of our family that I that I certainly you know, And also I knew that, uh, the attack in American didn't speak with an Italian accent. One of my big arguments with the studio was saying, Well, you know, he wouldn't speak. He was people with a Brooklyn accent to be more like Eddie Carbone and the view from the bridge. You know, so I I knew things just by having lived them that I could avoid cliches. We also wanted to avoid the dialogue sounding too. Guys and dolls E. So what were your fears there? Well, just that, you know, Italian Americans were always portrayed in the movies. Even on stage is certain way Gangsters were and and I knew different because that was what my those were my family life. My father was the first flute of the NBC Symphony, so he he was, you know, certainly man of great culture and education. But you know, he also the food he ate and what it was like in our home was something I could borrow and invest in the film to give their authenticity from not mistaking. It was your grand parents who are the immigrants in your family. Yes, yes. What All for my my my mother's family were from Naples and my father's family was from what's called leukemia or otherwise known as Basilicata. Did you know them? Yes. Oh, yeah. I wasn't sure. Like how long they live. No, no. Yeah. Mike, the most charismatic character whom all of the Uncles. They were all boys Might. My father's father had seven boys and those were my of course, my uncles and they all imitated my grandfather, including my father, all his little gestures and his little sardonic remarks and his The way would hold a little Italian cigar that that was from this span father, who was unusual in him, but he died when I was about five. I remember him hey, was ravaged by diabetes, but he always you know, would feel he was blind at that point that he would feel the kid's faces and And give US two T roly had in his pocket about the character Clemenza, who's like very heavy that he's not only a heavy, he's he weighs a lot. He's heavy. And he like he's the one who's cooking the sauce in the movie, and you write about him in your notes that he has to be believable as the type that would be everybody's favorite uncle, but also a killer. Did you have an uncle who resembled him in any way? I did I had They were twins, and they were both a little heavyset, and they were the least accomplished of all the boys might. My grandfather's sons were fine musicians and Excellent engineers, and they're dead. But the twins kind of work. We're not. But they were the youngest and to us kids. We would We love them because they could always get them to take us to the movies. We could always fool them into into driving us somewhere and They weren't like Clemente to in that they were favorite uncles. But it also kills the funny thing. A note that it's fun is that when I wrote the scene of Clemenza cooking, I can I can cook. So when I wrote the scene of Clemenza, describing how to make a tomato sauce with which that with the trick of meat sauce is that you put a tablespoon of sugar, But I said in the dialogue, I said, Well, first, you brown some sausage and then you Bob blah, Blah and the note from Mario on the script said. Francis Gangsters Don't Brown Gangsters Fry, So he hit me. So that's why I'm Mario was. He was always like, you know, correcting with notes on the page and hey, was one. Okay? It's true, you know, Gangsters would never say Brown. We're listening back to my 2016 interview with Francis Ford Coppola about the making of the Godfather. We'll talk about casting Marlon Brando and Al Pacino and how Coppola had to fight with the studio to do it. After a break. I'm Terry Gross, and this is fresh air..

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"clemenza" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"clemenza" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A regular basis. I gotta pick my spots. So you know when you want to be upbeat, you goto like something like a Katrina and the waves walking on sunshine. Well, that's you. I might go for, like a Jerry Garcia band album or something. But that sounds that helps. Yeah, And this is all leading up to The version that will bring you up, beat on the cooler of content. No. One man and one man on Li and his name is Nick. Arturo. I haven't heard from Nick in awhile. So you haven't seen this, Polly? No, I haven't seen a naked about week. Cope. Sod I saw you're in for a real treat. Okay? All right, because we saw you know, Michael, right? Well, I should Well, probably not tea cups. Is he say his name in this or no? Yeah, he does their buddies and so like, I guess Nicky had been had put something out like a slice of pizza. He'd taken a photo of a big Sicilian style pizza yesterday, and he's like nothing better. Whatever his comment on us and and rapid for commented, all my goals had support Polly Michael Michael Rapaport, friend of the show and personal, though, when you attack another man's piece of choice Now he wasn't attacking. He was commenting like that looks incredible. All good already for this Polly straight out of clay. Senza. Alright, straight outta Clemenza. Nikki is in the kitchen and he's frying up some meat. Oh, my God, And he's making red sauce. Michel wrap it. This is a true story nicked. Arturo is making red sauce for Michael Rapaport. Wow. Okay, Here's what, Sam, Okay. All right, make it a little famous Nicky read stories from my buddy Michael Rapaport and start with the ground pork ground sources, which he likes. That the source each Wait me born Jim Saucer,.

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"clemenza" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

Correctly Mistaken

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"clemenza" Discussed on Correctly Mistaken

"Only five years old, my older brother was set in my two younger twin brothers were three. And so we, we had to learn I. We didn't spend much time with my mother. She worked hard. She was a nurse. As she she. She was a waitress at one of the local juke joints. Are Across the street from my grandparents were She did, was she? You know she was a teenage mother. She had her first child is seventeen. By the time of her death at twenty five, she had four boys. Though she was married, she was separated from her husband. So. You know that dynamic of that existence in. Late seventies and early eighties. In the late seventies, I can imagine how how. Out toughened that was. so she she was, she was killed. We were taken in. By her parents. And they raised us as their own children so her sisters. Always you know only two of them I saw his my arguments them. Why always my sisters? Even though they are arts. We were raised as children and We we learned. We had a healthy family relationship for the most part. And then in two thousand sixteen, my. My own brother Kevin's. only. Son With his wife Kevin Neal was killed in an act of gun violence. In Two thousand sixteen, he was only eighteen years old, senior High School in Newport News Virginia area. So that's. he he was. You know I can't find the words to describe him other than probably one of the. wittiest kids, you can meet phillies kids. You can meet sure course. Course at seventeen eighteen. He was inspiring rapper. They all are seventeen eighteen years. As. He hit me up up. Look. Listen to this and he you know rap, and of course we facebook CRANSTON. Post crazy stuff I'm like man in the world. But typical seventeen eighteen year old kid. In have his life taken out a gun. Violence really impacted our family. I got involved with MOMS demand action for gun since. in America. In two. Thousand Sixteen after. The. Shooting that happened in Charleston South Carolina. At Emmanuel of course, this is five years ago yesterday. Reverend Clemenza picnic thing. I'm saying his name on in the West. A, he. pastored in the same denomination are very much. Followed his ministry Not Not a close friend we way at least I was aware of his ministry there..

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"clemenza" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

14:17 min | 2 years ago

"clemenza" Discussed on For Your Reference

"The one whole knocks breaking bad reference. Wow what a scene. That was fucking satisfying. I ate up. Every erection in the room was good to see how they all linked up with. Clemenza and tessier. Desio it was. It was nice to say because like by the time we say them in the first godfather they're just like old duties like and we're like yeah. Whatever like you know. We don't care about you. But they were the genesis like how. How cute was it? So you had their little hijinks in their little misadventures so when they first encountered the dawn and the don like. I've heard that you've been selling shit and it's early natural that you just. GimMe two hundred dollars. 'cause it sounds like a choice. It's like you could give you two hundred dollars. I'm not going to tell you what the repercussions are. But your mother's GonNa feel it. You know what I mean. And he's like yeah and it was. It was just it was so masterful and it was so giddy and it will so satisfying to watch reader tell tessier and Clemenza. Hey give me fifty bucks. We're GONNA get one fifty and I'm going to tell him this is all we have. And then he didn't even front his fifty to a hundred and I just I feel like I really love the way it was done in this film and maybe films now have to should go back to this. There was violence. There was there was shootings in this. But they weren't fucking gratuitous. I didn't see a full on zoomed in Pitcher of your guts falling out of your stomach like at some point. You don't really need to see that. Like where we say. Veto stopping the dawn back in Kalyani. He the way he stabbed him was was gruesome enough. You know what I mean like. We didn't need to see every inch of Pixel Ation. You know in that bleeding. Sort of sequence. Unless it's like deadpool when he's trying to dodge the bullets that's what one of the things I fucking love But I really. I really like the way that the fight scenes all the violence order scenes. Were Done I. It comes to a point where people are like I want more. I want more realistic. I wanted this. I wanted that but the way the way that Don Vader died in the godfather it was so unexpected. Where I'm like. Hey they didn't make a big deal out of that. Is this real because usually when you watch a movie it becomes such a big moment. You know what I mean. I kind of appreciated that. It didn't really do it like that in this movie but it's kind of like the new trend well the recent trend Rhonda You know there's there's there's a build up there's a sad scene that happens in this music and that becomes very effective but it was very refreshing watching this and when people died they fucking died right. That's just how it be saw so I. I really appreciated the layers that we had and the Godfather to is a perfect pairing one hundred percent the Godfather one the godfather to is I. Katie energy from the four year reference. Podcast And I guess the Godfather three is if we decide to bring another host on permanently. Okay I just WANNA capture off with a couple of characters that I really enjoyed In this and if some if some of you will like hang on a second we have almost nine hours of film time. How the fucking you capture it in one hour. Well fuck off. I never really imagined Though we would have covered All of the films in this episode and it might be just a nice little like we can have like a another little conversation after this but I definitely wanted to pay respects for the Godfather trilogy on the Foyer Reference. Podcast because it's been long enough I not to cover it. So let's talk a bit more about Santana and also top. Who loved Sony? He made any rational dawn just because his angang led his decisions most of the time. Yeah she reminded me of cassava from narcos. 's Yeah he was very effective in what he did but he's definitely not someone. You would want a leader. He would have been the buffet sort of to us. He for Michael. Apparently James Ken. Act of the play. Sunny felt like there wasn't enough character dimension to him and he claims that he had forty five minutes of his screen. Time being cut from the movie. Wow would there be more you wanted to know from sunny likes I. Neither a lot. Sun Brighten the room. If you'll pardon the products a lot how he cared you know the system uh will being beaten up all the time but someone he introduced to me. `Let amount in petit so for the. I think he took sort of responsibility and win. A bit up and sort of the stove is downfall because guide just putting up with the families And they took sunny died in such a brutal brutal way. Sunny did what needed to be done without question and I guess his death was important to Michael because he had less. He had less of a support network to rely on because it would have been too easy for his rise to eminence if he had sunny around Because you have Tom. But he's not muscle and the positive thing. His colleague Gary for for for wartime they show on Italian not oh his heels more perfect news all peaceful and it could focus on his sort of Biz next business type rather than focusing how to retaliate or how to get the enemy. Get a win over the enemy. Yeah and I'm rubber divall. Who Plays Tom wasn't in the third movie? And apparently over contractual Sort of payments. Because he wanted to get paid as much as the other styles. Ooh Yes so but what that means is like full for US especially. Tom Was a very beloved character and to not have him. Comeback in the third film was kind of a slap in the face. Introducing his wife and son fucking those shit but the sun looked like him. Don't you think yeah sort of and rubber divall kind of reminded me? Oh Michael Bolton got wanted to him and double denim on a desert sort amount to just make sense no having in there it didn't know especially the sort of rule played in the foster son. Just strong unit. Yeah even when Michael is giving out multiple times you must just go to Vegas with your wife and mistress and San. He's like how many times must tell you how should I prove myself that I am loyalty And for him to just be raised from the THAAD movie overwork money when they made so much. Anyway it's actors like Robert. Avowal would have got much money. No but why not just close to what you say. You're coming from his point of view saying that he should have just done it. No giving US money because he was inmates. All the time in the first and second one heels in almost all the scenes like unless is dead. It makes no sense that he's not doesn't yeah it doesn't it just made less of a. I don't know it felt like Michael. All devolve all support and they try to make the sister be there but off really apparently Kepala sister. Oh Yeah and she didn't want her being in it because according to him she was too pretty to play a part of the family and she also plays in rookie. If you're welcome speaking of Arkansas Sylvester Salon Also audition for this and he didn't get it of course it's a talking rule out. It's not called the grunts through the whole three hours. That's your hill to die on. I'm just spouting out random facts just trying to get it into the episode before we end I do Honda. I genuinely wonder if anyone can add for Godfather Three I. I don't think it's stopped. Baden I don't think it's bad. I literally had to sticky tape. My Eyes Open as I think when you when you sort of see whatever they're trying to do or achieve thought one especially in terms of Michael's storyline then it's sort of makes sense but why why do this It's like a bad boys episode. Like why do you need to do this? Sir? Many yeahs late Obviously the office is saying why they did it. I just I didn't care for it. Colo also mentioned that. The third movie isn't necessarily closing off the trilogy it's also an epilogue after the first and second field and it's like semantics mother fucker. It was to talk last seen in in poetry. Assassination attempt on Michael and it hates Michael's daughter Yep it is quest to finding redemption. I guess the most Michael could get in suffering not dying because I initially thought this would all land in Michael Dying. Because that's the only way this sort of move is go anyway. You know this is what happens. Part OF THE GAME. These are the ramifications of being piloted. Came before someone who Michael didn't really show that much emotion and stuff was quite quiet and re reserves sort of expressions and for him to witness the daughter being killed and for him to scream like a banshee not really because the shocking in the people's faces in the way this is like oh. Wow who could get a reactor like this from Michael? Yeah I guess I'll teammate. Sort of suffering which I think besides that some filmed Grad Shit. I didn't care about that right. I didn't care for The third movie was just the big. Why everyone fucking looked exhausted even though I like looking at a fresh face. Jerry Montana I I didn't need to say it like I get it. There's a cycle. It's a dog. Eat Dog world. You know people rise to Eminence people take out other people so they can rise to eminence like I get it. They didn't really offer anything new in the third one for an and the only reason why I wanted to have a little bit of a discussion is because I would love to hear people's thoughts if they felt like this was the cherry on top of the Pie not definite Jerry. More likely reason in an unwanted them we love. Raise the wrong cake. How would you even tell in a round cake? I think it's more like a chocolate chip cookie. And you gotTa Raisin in it or you've had some seriously edelman concentrated Ron Kato. My fate cake again. You have to eat the feed geic to know how body tastes okay. So it hasn't been mentioned on a couple of episodes so you'd take qualm to my prison panty business. But YOU'RE A K. With from fate cake on this episode of The lion's den or shark tank Tell us who will you would invest in. Whose business idea would you invest in? Definitely not the godfather three. I'll tell you that much for free right I fucking care for what was the fucking point. Wow you're really going to leave me hanging. Yup I guess that's what they did a number three. Let's move on thank you Got To see friends and lovers full listening another week in the for your reference. 'cause we are going to finish off with the segment we call for your friends Artie. Hour blocks reference less soprano Gandolfini may restaurant humanity. 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Assessing the results from New Hampshire's primary

The Forecast with Harry Enten

08:00 min | 2 years ago

Assessing the results from New Hampshire's primary

"After last week's debacle in Iowa New Hampshire held their first in the nation primary and it did not take a week to get the result Tuesday Bernie. Sanders took the lead with people who did not far behind. And there's a lot to be learned from the vote totals and the exit polls will dive into that and then we're gonNA look ahead to next week's caucuses and Dan get Harry's forecast for that state and Mike Bloomberg is rising in the polls. He is also facing renewed scrutiny for his controversial stop and Frisk policing policy when he was mayor of New York. This time the anger is over how he talked about the policy in two thousand. Fifteen remarks that have just resurfaced. Let's start though with New Hampshire. The final totals out of New Hampshire for our friends who aren't glued to their televisions or their phones Bernie. Sanders won twenty five point nine percent of the vote p booted rich twenty four point four percent of the vote Amy Globe Ajar Third Place Nineteen Point Eight Elizabeth Warren nine point three and Joe Biden after that. Say I know you this Joe Biden is in the place where when you're reading it online you have to click see further results to you. See we are. That's where we are in this. Okay what is the most important data point that year seeing coming out of this you know I think it honestly the most important data point that I see coming out of it. Is You know you mentioned Biden. And I think that's one obviously for a former front runner. Finishing in fifth place in New Hampshire after finishing in fourth place in and I will not exactly a place you want to be Bernie. Sanders is for all intents and purposes the front runner but to me. The key number here is that he won which is twenty six percent of the vote in New Hampshire primaries. You go back in history. That is the lowest percentage in the modern era on either the Democratic or Republican side for a winner to to take in New Hampshire just twenty six percent. It is the first time on the democratic side in the modern era in which three candidates got rounding here at least twenty percent. The vote this to me is another sign of the absolute mess that is the Democratic primary. Currently what is you jazzed. Well I mean look I. I think that's such an important important context to have because people are saying Bernie one. It is far from that simple. You've gotTA reimbursement win. Win is not always a win it because I while there's delegates it's as we know second of all The real surprise of the night Is Amy Klobuchar Who came in with a very strong third place showing Leaving leaving Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden and the dust. Her campaign had been really struggling to gain traction even though she kept doing well debates. She is in the top tier because really for her last debate and because she's made a strong centrist appealed throughout the election N.. P. Buddha judge as well so what you have is which really struck me was despite all the energy being on the far left if you look at the New Hampshire cohort that turned out according to CNN exit polls does the voters this time around. Were less likely to call themselves very liberal than they were four four years ago whereas moderates actually made up a greater percentage and if you add Buddha Jacoby jar you you really see the strength of the Center I think also Elizabeth Warren coming in fourth. It's very tough and it's just a reminder let alone biden fifth and it's a reminder of how surreal. This'll cycle's been if two months ago three months ago. Four months ago we. We would've said look the election if you had to pick play. COME DOWN TO BIDEN versus Warren and maybe Kamala Harris with a really strong outside lie and instead we're talking about you know Bernie in pole position with Buddha judge you know right on his back Amy Klobuchar out of nowhere and Mike Bloomberg looking in the wings. It's it's a totally different field than people would have thought you know three or four months ago and exhibit X Y and Z of anybody. Who tells you how how a primary and elections are GonNa go has is knowing his line to or what they're talking about the we don't even need to see another example of that? I want I clued in you. Were talking about club. Char and booted judge internal debate. There were few there are a few options. It's either global meant it's either clbum momentum. There's something like a skinned men. Tom Clemenza no. There's there's a few we should test them out and see them. ooh Did Amend Tom. I'm kind of into the extra. I'm not sure why. But Anyway we'll get into that Glenn whether I had a great slogan in her grade school campaigns. Why all the way with amy K which I think is still very good slogan? She's ditched. That's all right. Well maybe maybe it was whatever I Alexis you can read that one again. Okay but wait. Let's talk about booted edge and club jar because you see that it appears that on the liberal side they they have coalesced around Bernie Sanders very clearly in as we see New Hampshire but now you have moderate voters. They're looking at both boot. `Age and clearly emphasized Org Chart I messages ought to have those two candidates were offering up in there the night on on Tuesday and Donald trump vulnerable Americans do not have the luxury of pursuing ideological purity over an inclusive victory. Donald Trump's worst nightmare is that the people in the middle. The people who've had enough of the name calling and the mudslinging have someone to vote for in November so similar message. There obviously appealing dissimilar voters and I when I saw that I'm struck does Bernie Sanders have amy Klobuchar. Thank he actually won this race. I think he probably did. I mean given at the margin as you know about a point and a half. A shark came up so strong after the debate performance against Buddha judge and you know the tracking polls which actually did a pretty good job of capturing at least that closure had momentum the show that Buddha judge perhaps was trailing just a little bit so I think the argument can be made there. But you know I wanna take a step back. You know. We're talking about this ideologically. I also think that Clovis Are Rising Hurt Elizabeth Warren D- they Despite the fact that obviously worn is appealing more to a left. Part of the electorate Vol Club showers appealing to the Center Party Electric. They're both really appealing to white women with college degrees in the suburbs. And you sort of see if you listen to Warren's speech in New Hampshire after the results came in she actually called out I'm I'm Amy Klobuchar. At least once I believe actually twice and it seemed to me that there was almost this friendly thing. It was quite cool very cool. Okay different take the message going everyone here today but no I just sort of saw that and said you know this might be the example of. We've sort of been talking all along. How is this primary exactly breaking down and yes? There's there's definitely that ideological Angolan burning. Nearly fifty percent of the very liberal vote. But there's also this college cohort angle and the fact is that Amy Klobuchar did very well among among those with a college screen Bernie Sanders not so much while people to judge actually despite our belief that he do better among those with college we actually Kinda got good amount of support from both. It was so I'd like cynical kate and then attempts at non okay. 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"clemenza" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"clemenza" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Savage nation formal borders Somers live we were a member of the Corleone family did you Sir on the capital regime Peter clemenza I'm the Vito Corleone also known as the guy five your foreign state previously made sign again were you at any time a member of a crime organization headed by Michael Corleone all I was in the olive oil business with his father but that was a long time ago your sworn affidavit that you murdered on the orders of my do you and you realize what will happen as a result of your denial but it was all lies well the only so if the present abuses power.

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