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"harry warner" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

07:37 min | 4 months ago

"harry warner" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

"Not going to fucking club with you. I think evil. China shutdown focus right. He's not gonna be there. I don't care if he's not there. Peeing undercover cop for one more fucking hour of the movie but no. It's a female actors are. She is defined by the two men she's involved with. It reminds me. I mentioned the mission impossible franchise and the second entry. The mission impossible franchises similar issue attending newton. Who is the the love. Interest in that movie is basically is like even mendez like a great great actor very little to do. She just exists as like. I'm an undercover rob. Who exists to be honey potted with this. You know with the with the antagonised and that's basically my and then. I have a love triangle. With the hero with tom cruise. That's my entire role in this movie. So yeah it's a. It's not a superfund roll. It seems like but as we know. Like i said it's her fault for coming back for the sequels. Were for having a family in in in going into the other person out on love. Amelia because of love. Yeah try just quickly say that you say anything. I'll get this out of my phone. And both quickly ludicrous. Saying i have a surprise lynn and putting up the bridge is an insane surprise. That is a bad dangerous friend. He healed all four of his insane. Julius is the only one who was like. Fuck this these. He's the most right in that scenario. His name is orange. Julius you all our engine driving orange. Julius fans i believe our in our inge i i think there was some fans. Were wearing the color of the car situation in some of this whole like car fan thing is so wild. The just like they're hyping him up. Oh yeah yeah. Yeah like it's insane. It's it's funny that john singleton's like i know that street race and culture because for me it feels completely unbelievable like lena. Show george score. If you're paul walker you slam the brakes and you'd be like hey cash. What the fuck was that man who this fucking raise money. Almost fucking kill us all about slap bass. Julius also. it was a lot of money to buy. It was thirty five hundred dollars. People just having cash fucking. Paul walks away with fourteen k also. One thing i love about this movie is the opening scene. Is that drag race more or less this one. We're talking about right now but the lead up to it. Is brian racing to get there on time. And then this race he has to race away from the cops they. He doesn't get the travel normally to in front of drag race to fear is back which by the way. I kind of liked that. The movie has a lot of racing like that. I feel like the racing is basically. It's kind up there in the later movies like they'll they'll race cars cars. Yes but the racing part of it is kinda. It's kind of fun that you see some of the because this is a aspect is almost completely out of the movies now right right past night. It doesn't exist. I'll say that you know this is a series that has a lot of great titles. But i think this might be the best overall title too fast and furious and you know for a time. Everyone was having fun with it. They were they were doing the o. Two bucket to list some fake sequel to whatever like it was it was the colon electric google glue of their exactly. They were doing that in the mid. Two thousand for the go-to joke for a while to terminator two legged lou right but it is a great title and it kinda just sort of established as fast and the furious colon. Whatever every time how you're always kinda boringly titled it'll be whatever we'll have fun with it. Yeah and we'll we'll touch on with each episode but the names really do vary wildly from movie to movie. They really play with it. Yeah but that's based yeah fast and furious. Yup raise the away. Okay facebook so yeah they did. It was facebook and then became facebook. Sean parker cleaner. Oh who sean part. Within a million dollars of dollars number ladies justin timberlake in the movie and the sultana never seen it. I smell a newcomers with news. Multiple justice social network documentary about instagram. Ten episodes of me watching ten minutes so okay after he wins this race. he's arrested. He's taken into custody by his former boss from la who now works in florida and we never address that and then he's like okay. You're gonna come undercover again. And he's like doubt gay. Let's do it. I choose my own partner. Which i thought was insane. He no longer works for the bureau. Well they'll also gotta give them that. Total chad two and he like with the name of his own pizzeria on the cup. Or whatever. and. You're like you know as paul walker's is brian character. Supposed to be so obviously with that like give this man whatever he wants that was so and then they go to the fucking demo derby to pick up row is literally and saint also in our little synopsis. He is an argentinian drug lord. And yes that man is white for sure. He's very white. He was he's he's he's in goodwill hunting. He's he's he plays a goodwill hunting. He's look i'm a i'm a call. Cole hauser fan. He keeps his family. He's from the he's a part of the warner's family his like he's like one of his great great grandfathers is like whoa harry warner or whatever. Wow on her brothers. he's a good actor. But he's he's not latino he sure is the hell he's he's. He's a redhead with freckles. Who yeah you know. What as another white guy. I give this performance an a plus. I think it's fantastic. I we need more weight. Men approving other. Wait men do thirty. Three of us decided not racist. And isn't it a kind of funny bit. I do like the bit that roman lives in a winnebago because it's like a loophole for house arrest. But that's a really could. Just go wherever you want with that argument. That real kid bego go pick up and move. Yeah it's right outside. The whorehouse happens to be my current. Gps i also love the fight. They got in. It was like literal. Just nobody choreographed it. They were like just roll around in the dirt for a little bit. Apply very good filmmaking to that you guys have been friends since you were kids. Have been scuffle fight and instead but it really. It is just like Roll around we got the shot and perp.

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"harry warner" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

05:55 min | 8 months ago

"harry warner" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"Loved the dice cards. He was a huge gamble. Roulette wheels horse racing dropped a bunch of money on horse racing and he needed more and more money. All the time rosella went to boxing gyms in los angeles and the heart. A lot of the old pugs with cauliflower ears. He used them to make visits to studio executives and shake them down when folks like executives think their lives and their livelihoods are at stake. They'll pay up the outfits in another gangster named willy by off to california by off. It already created a shakedown operation of chicago movie theater. Projectionist hit infiltrated the national union of theater projectionist and used extortion plans in many cities on the east coast. Nettie sent by off to california. He was instructed to infiltrate the international lines of theatrical stage employees by off aided by johnny john handsome johnny rosell eventually became the collector for the syndicate controlled unions hollywood. They extorted millions of dollars for major motion picture studios and by off kept hundreds of thousands of dollars for himself. Willy by off was just a small time. Chicago thug who went to hollywood and it went to his head. He soon was living in a mansion. Had expensive fancy suits or go. Jury drove expensive cars and had solid gold business. Cards made up. He caused a lot of attention. A big stir up there in hollywood and everybody knew what was going on and they were afraid. Well known actor at the time. Robert montgomery was a president of the screen actors guild and he got tired of it. He tipped off the irs. California federal grand jury was convened and a witness testified that willie by off had demanded at twenty five thousand dollar payment from film executive harry warner because the boys chicago expected to christmas present. Another witness testified that by off told. Movie mogul louis. b mayer. There's no room for both of us in this world. And i will be the one who has here in nineteen forty three by off was indicted for tax evasion and other related crimes as well as extortion and racketeering. They also indicted several of his associates. Like paul the waiter rica. philip deandra. Charlie cherry knows joey johnny rosselli lou kaufman and frank the enforcer nitty from chicago rather than face prison for this by off decided he would testify against his companions. At this time frank nitty lived in the south west suburb of riverside illinois on march eighteenth. Nineteen forty three local. Police would not a group of mobster bosses. were meeting. nydia suburban home. It turns out that willie by off was focus of this meeting at that time. They feared the bio had turned government witness. Since he was netease man. Nitty had to deal with the problem. They demanded that nitty shoot off even if he had to do it in a crowded courtroom at this meeting rica order nitty to take the fall for all of them then. He was facing fifteen years in prison. This suggestion did not go over well with nitty but he did not know what to do and by this point in time. Paul rica ahead really asserted personal as well as outfit dominance over frank. Nitty nettie suffered from severe claustrophobia. And he was terrified of confinement prison the next day march nineteenth nineteen forty..

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"harry warner" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

Leading Saints Podcast

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"harry warner" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast

"The church. I was living in kansas city missouri and unbeknownst a lot of people. There's a significant pacific islander population in independence missouri. And you know my bishop was tongue in for awhile. And the samoan. Hawaiian what have you and so as a teenager i would get experienced. Pacific island. culture loved. It in fact wasn't clear until i went to. Byu provo is a freshman that the church wasn't just like that everywhere. I actually was in for culture shock. When i went to provo and saw you know different. Sort of cultural manifestations in the church and then on my mission in san bernardino california i served about the samoan ward for a while and a dog word for awhile with samoan and tongan companions and they sort of convinced me to not go back to byu to come out to byu hawaii and try it out there. And i and i. I really did love the pacific island culture. I also thought it'd be really fine. You know to come out and try it out. And so i came here. I fell in love with it. I ended up graduating with my undergraduate degree. Went off to grad school and came back here. Ten years later to start the mckay center for intercultural understanding which is peace building. The first of its kind really in the church peacebuilding institute out of byu hawaii. Wow that's fantastic. And so is your main job teaching courses there or i know you've yes. Yeah sorry run the center. I'm here but i teach three courses and intercultural peacebuilding department which is a major certificate program here byu hawaii and then our center runs a number of other projects both at the university and in the community that around conflict resolution. Nor what have you and i. I sort of oversee those projects as well at the university. Obviously everything sort of cooled down with covid. We don't have any students here. You hawaii at the moment. Everything is virtual and online and so You know what we're doing today is pretty much my day every day. I don't go onto. Yeah yeah and you recently just published a book called dangerous love. Transforming fear in conflict at home at work in the world. What does the journey to the writing. This book yeah. You know it started. Interestingly enough i was teaching intro to peacebuilding class and was really cobbling together. A bunch of ideas that i had learned both in grad school but also just stuff that i experience that i gleaned from working as a mediator and because of that we didn't really have steady readings and so a lot of our students are like. When are we going to know your lectures like recording your lectures when he to write those down. And as it actually started with a credit textbook and for this class and i'm never really talked about peace building and sort of the way that i see it but about halfway through it i realized. I don't like textbooks. Nobody likes textbooks. Nobody likes to read textbooks. It's boring if i'm if i'm feeling bored then everybody else is gonna feel board as well so i i sort of threw it out and again thinking about a different way of writing and that was gonna write it by telling the series of stories that have happened to me and my clients and sort of deriving principle sort of out of the out of those stories throughout the book and when i test drove out with our students. Reaction was dramatically. Different like people are really excited. They were really engaged. We got a lot of feedback on the book. And then and then i tweaked at once more. Because i didn't want just landing with students. I wanted landing with moms. They have four kids at home. I wanted to land with business. People that were struggling with conflict managing employees for example. I wanted it with community or political leaders. Who are out there. So i just kept sending the draft out and asking people mark it up and say what would be helpful. Or what's missing here. What would you like to know. And i would take that back and rework it into the book so we could really live up to its subtitle which is transforming fear and conflict at home at work in the world. I really wanted it to be able to hit whoever was reading it in a place that it felt like this was a usable guide for me tool chest if you will to be able to solve conflict my own life wherever wherever that is. Yeah and obviously it's a book not meant specifically for church members so that you probably could add for the church for churches well in that Subtitle right yeah. We'll look i teach at and les university and been deeply influenced by faith and all of that seeps into my understanding of conflict and understanding conflict resolution and even though you're right this was for a general audience and secular audience. It's not even really of religious book at towards the end of the book. The book of mormon at one point the last chapter of the book. I talk about a blessing that i gave my father towards the end of his life and didn't wanna shy away from that either. That's part of who i am. It's something that. I very transparent about in my work. I work with jews. Muslims all sorts of christians all sorts of people that don't have any religious faith at all that is part of my identity and who i am while i'm certainly in my work not trying to convert you part of my conversion. My discipleship has changed the way. I see conflict and the way that i see the world and how i think i can be helpful. Yeah that's great in explained. As far as how how it's connected to the arbitrator. I think many of our listeners would be familiar with their work. And some of the book save written in house it connected and maybe explain for those who don't aren't familiar with arbiter institute. Yeah the arbiter. Stewart the forward to the book and the arbiter institute is really based off of the work of. Harry warner is an lds philosopher and who taught for many years at byu and the philosophy department who worked out the theory around self-deception the problem of having a problem not knowing how to have a problem in resisting and he suggested that i have the problem and their first book leadership and self deception is sold millions and millions of copies. It's considered one of the great leadership books of all time i. There's another book anatomy of peace that they've written that is more related to conflict and i was introduced to them as a young professor here. A student gave me a pre publication copy of anatomy. A piece and i was working in the middle east and the time. And if you've read the book you know that arbiter tells their book completely in the form of a story like a fictional story that tease out all the principles that they wrote and and much of it happens to do with an israeli palestinian. And so i was really intrigued by this like. Oh you're doing a lot of work in the middle east. Only to find out that the author had never even been. And you know. I thought was really interesting. And i wanted to see whether those principles that they primarily applied in the workplace or just sort of personal. Transformation could work in the socio political context and so i actually started partnering with arbiter on some projects in the middle east and israel with palestinians and israelis and really started working with them around conflict related issues. Just as a consultant. I i've never worked formerly with arbiter but as a consultant and we partnered a lot of projects and so i approached them several years ago about this book and said look harbingers. Principles are foundational to a lot of my understanding about conflict. I use them quite a bit in my work. I wanna include them here. But i wanna go beyond what albinger is doing and think about this in the context that primarily arbiter doesn't work at which is just cut in the conflict related fields and they gave me their blessing and road. A nice forward you know to the book. And so if you're very familiar with leadership and self deception or anatomy piece. I think this is going to be a continuation of these principles and how they apply in conflict. Both all of those settings. But if you've never heard of the arbiter institute before you don't have to have read those books the follow alarm. I explain those principles multiple times throughout the book. Yeah yeah fantastic. So let's jump into conflict. Generally in the context of being a church leader and in in our church culture conflict can be uncomfortable. It can be something that when it arises in sunday school class or an award council maybe rushed to defuse it is easily possible so we can move on to talking about bringing brownies at the barbecue. And everybody's happy right so unpack this concept of conflict as.

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"harry warner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"harry warner" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"First Mission Allen, principal investigator of New Horizons. David Grinspoon, my colleague from many years an author and an astrobiologist. However, right now, David and Alan are going to guide us through not only the mission itself from blastoff to fly by a plutonium, new horizons continues into the copper belt. But to how ideas in America work. They work because someone has a dream. And in this case, it was 13 years old time. It was 1970 Alan. Alan, You saw the cover of National Geographic, which I have in front of you to remind you, but apparently, you know it vividly National Geographics cover in 1970. I holed up for everybody to remember. Was an artist's vision of what Saturn would look like from one of its moves. This emphasizes the fact that 1970 which is not very long ago, we knew nothing about the outer planets. We knew nothing about Jupiter and Saturn compared to today. So, Alan, I begin with you because it was your vision of this cover. What did that inspiring you that later led you to Pluto's Well, at that time in 1970. The first Apollo moon landing expeditions were taking place and I have been swept off my feet by that exploration. I had not thought about the distant planets until I saw this cover that imagined the future first missions that would go and reckon, order the Jupiter system and then Saturn a billion miles away and Uranus two billion miles away. Neptune and onto Pluto's And is it it was amazingly intoxicating to think that we could build machines and fly them to those kinds of distances. That's like Star Trek. It is like Star Trek exactly, David. You give us a list that I had never thought to compile. As of the 19 seventies, NASA had done very little exploring outside of Earth orbit. It's a Ziff. We didn't want to get too far from home. So the idea of Plato wasn't even mentioned in the 19 seventies. What they had were missions I've written down your list. David. There were Mars orbiters that we're pioneers. There were Mariners and pioneers and it took until what the late 19 seventies for them to get to Voyager. What was the hesitation? David? Can you figure it? Well, you know, you have to. Partly you just have to Ah, crawl before you can walk and even just getting something you know to Venus, where the first planetary mission went was, you know seemed very far and very ambitious at the time, and I think we started gained confidence. But there was also another important factor, which is that things had to line up right And in that National Geographic article in 1970 There's described this plan for the grand Tour, which became the Voyager mission, and it was this fortuitous lineup of the planets. I mean, you know, astrologers believed that the planet's rule our lives, and we don't really buy that stuff. But the positions of the planets at that time in the 19 seventies were very fortuitous for people that wanted to go to the outer solar system because there was this Line up just right where you could slingshot off of Jupiter towards Saturn, then slingshot off of Saturn towards Uranus towards Neptune and onto puto. And in that National geographic, they talk about this plan for a grand tour. And it basically became the Voyager mission. But it also included Puto originally which ultimately, Voyager didn't do so Partly it was good timing, and that we developed the capability to launch interplanetary spacecraft just as the planets were lining up in this way. They only do every few 100 years that would allow us to do this grand tour that was imagined. In 1970 then launched in 1977. When Voyager got off the ground. You're getting out of grad school. You're always in grad school in the late 19 seventies, early 19 eighties. Alan, What did we know about Pluto's at the time? Well, we knew very little, You know, in the late 19 seventies, Pluto's largest moon, which is about the size of the state of Texas, it's called Sharon had just been discovered in 1978. And we knew that Pluto's day if you will time it takes to rotate on its axis is about 6.4 birthdays. We it was kind of Reddish in color, and that was about it. Because we're going to plunge ahead and get this mission going. I want to come to a moment. That is exciting. It's a moment when Allen pulls up a traffic light in Boulder, Colorado, where he's working, he's worked for many years. At the the establishment that David I first met David working at the same time, the Southwest Research next strike and you're looking for a name for the mission to Pluto's. We don't have a name yet, and we're going to fill in all the blanks in between that moment. You were 13. And when you're coming up with a name, how did you arrive at New Horizons? Well, I was actually out for a run, which I did every Saturday and every Sunday at that time along the same route. I happen to hit a red light. So as a runner, I was waiting for the light. And I turned around just to look at the mountains and we've been struggling to find a uninspiring name. And I I saw the mountains on the horizon, and I just thought of the The phrase new horizons, and I realized that represented what we were doing. We were going to new horizons and, ah, that's pretty much how we chose the name people like you. 2000 won. This is early 2000 won. Maybe February. People really liked that name. As I tried it out on the team members and the rest is history. The history, However, we have to fill in because we made it seem magical. To get to that moment in 2001. NASA had to be brought on board and I go to you for this day because your chronology is overwhelming 1976 they discover frozen methane on the surface of what we call Pluto's 1978. They discover Sharon, the Jupiter's moon 10% of the size of Jupiter, 1988. We do the voyage or to fly by of Neptune, not not Pluto's, but Neptune. And in 1989. This looks most significant. They put together an Eiji you Pluto's session. What is that? So the age you is the American Geophysical Union. It's the largest gathering of earth and planetary scientists. Every year's annual big annual nerd fest of all these scientists get together to talk about their their latest results, and That was right. When Alan and his sort of gang of young dreamers were starting to think about how Tio put a put omission on NASA's radar 1989, yes, eating, and they realized that part of what they had to do was raise the visibility of puto so that it wouldn't seem like just a sort of oddity that only a few people were interested in. It showed that there was genuine scientific interest in a lot of genuine scientific curiosity, and and you know, sort of meat of really important investigations regarding puto. So they organized a session at these at these conferences. There are what we call sessions, which is just groups of talks about different topics, and there was a put a session at that meeting. So all the people that were most interested Include Oh, we're in town for that meeting. And then there's this famous evening dinner at an Italian restaurant. It's famous now because it's sort of where this was hatched in the evening because they were all in town. They went to this little out of the way Italian restaurant in Baltimore and started talking about Hey, Okay, now what do we do? How do we get NASA Tio consider a mission of Kyoto, and they hatched a plan A plan of action. Which started this very convoluted path, which years many years later led to the New Horizons mission. Right. This is what made me think of Hollywood. You're now in development. Haiti's right right, and you don't know how long it's gonna last. And you don't have the access to Harry Warner that the big directors have, but you're going to find a way, so when we come back, we're going to begin with the first time they imagine getting to Pluto's something called Pluto's 3 50. The beginning of the ordeal. Alan Stern and David Grinspoon, the book is chasing New Horizons. This's.

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"harry warner" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"harry warner" Discussed on 710 WOR

"It was going to be a scorcher out there. It's already 80 degrees here at nine o'clock, but it's going to get up to close to 100 degrees. So if you go outside, remember to wear your masks and hydrate, hydrate, hydrate hydrate. That's what you have to do during this heat snapped that were in our big free headlines this morning. Well, the homicide rates are up 17 murders over the weekend. Crime is spiking in the city. But do you think the mayor and seen Michael? I think, 77 but seven wells, but it's going up and I will never let the facts get in the way of his Big three, which is par for the course It's true. It's true, but let's face it. The murder rate is going up in the city. The crime is going up in the city, but is our mayor. You know that idiot of ours? You know, Mayor de Blasio is he's doing anything about it. Is Governor Cuomo doing anything about it? No, they'd rather, you know, shutdown bars and shut down restaurants because you're not social distance and you get mugged in the city. You get killed in this city. You can get shot in the city. But Are the city officials concerned about that? No, no, no. It's all about. Let's shut down the bars and the restaurants. If there's no social distancing, I'm telling you, folks, the world has gone totally insane. Also in the Big three, Regis Philbin, one of the great TV personality, so all time he died over the weekend. 88 years old. A lot of people don't know this about Regis lead because he was so successful, but he really struggled in the early days. He struggled for a long time, and he did not find fame and money until very late in life. Well, later, late ish. I mean, I'm not. I listened. He did have a show in L A. But not until he got that thing going on Channel seven in New York, and that's all Cathy Lee came along, and it wants to be a millionaire and Letterman had him on all the time. And he really had a great career in the in the second half of his life, Really? Yeah, absolutely. And rounding out the Big 31 of the last of the stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood, Olivia Tohave Lynn. She also died at 104 years old. She, of course, was Melanie. In gone with the wind, and she was the last kind of bridge back to the great old days of Hollywood. But, boy, I got to tell you, she was one tough cookie she took on the studio system. And when they had contracts that locked them down forever. She took Harry Warner, the founder of Warner Brothers to court, and she beat him and she broke down those contracts that those studios Basically they were, you know, using all the stars as essentially, you know, we've locked you up for the rest of your lives, and we will tell you what to do. And she said, no Harry Warner. I'm going to do what I want to do. And she beat him and every single Hollywood star from Bette Davis to Jimmy Stewart always appreciated that Olivia have. Elin helped break the studio system and she was so that's our being in gone with the way she was a nice lady. Well, Harry Harry Warner actually said he gave an interview. He said, You know what? Olivia have Lynn? She licked me. That's what he said. I don't mean go bad way, he said. He liked me. That's what he said. You know, she beat me. And he was a tough, tough guy, He said. She wouldn't be so all right, lots of stuff going on with the restaurants here, so I regularly check up on my old neighborhood. Times Square because I was a Broadway columnist for The New York Post for a long time ago, and much of the well much of New York neighborhoods down here like the West Village, they're open for business. And, you know, people are out going to restaurants eating outside having a good time. But boy, when you When I ride my bike through Times Square, it is Empty and deserted, and I feel really sorry for my friends who on some of the great restaurants up there, because it's just not a neighborhood without tourists that you can survive in. So sell Skog New Malo he owns Patsy's. He is the third generation executive chef at one of the great restaurants of all time in Times Square, Patsy's Italian restaurant, Frank Sinatra's favorite restaurant in New York. He's on the phone with us now and sell. I gotta ask you I mean, Parts of New York are opening up and coming back, But times Square just seems to me to be still still dead. Yes, it's true. Good morning, guys tonight. Thanks for having me on it seems like a ghost town. I think there was an article in New York times the other day talking about that and a lot of the even a lot of the business. People are not coming back. They said, you know, after Labor Day, and now you're talking about January. In some cases, it's been it's been ah, Rough, rough, rough patch here and You know, it's tze. It sounds like a no overused term, but it's uncharted territory for all of us, So we're tryingto trying to navigate through it, And that's a matter of fact. We're going to be re opening this week. On on Wednesday. And I'm going to be, you know, doing the dinner times Wednesday through Sunday 5 to 9, and we were able to set some tables up outside and it's I mean, I'm really you know, it sounds crazy, but I'm real excited about it. It's um it's I love to work. My wife can't wait to get back. My son can't wait to pick it back. So it's all a family affair there. And we're going to give it up. Give it a shot. We're gonna be trying to do that. In the meantime, what we've been doing is, um you know, I also sell off pasta sauce in the supermarkets and online on a website patches dot com without.

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"harry warner" Discussed on Gangland Wire

Gangland Wire

21:51 min | 2 years ago

"harry warner" Discussed on Gangland Wire

"The. You are listening to gangland wire hosted by former Kansas City police telling unit detective, Gary gca. Good evening, folks, and you can hear we're not in the classic old ice house building and midtown Kansas City. I'm in my home studio trying to get a few extra things in tonight. I wanna talk about Paul the waiter Rica had little interaction on one of the Facebook pages as you Kaga, wet foot Facebook pages with rid Sullivan and can't remember who else been LX, and maybe wanted to make sure that Paul Rica was really known as the waiter that seems to be the consensus of everybody's opinion. Appall Rica are Paul the waiter Rica was born July tenth eighteen ninety eight. He died October eleventh nineteen seventy two. He rose from a small time member of the Comoro mafia Naples late to the boss of the Chicago outfit by the time. He died in eighteen ninety eight Paul the waiter Rica was born Felice they Lucia in Naples Italy by nineteen fifteen a seventeen year old for lease dilutes yet wasn't associate of the Neopolitan Comoro, mafia. He got his first real taste of mob life when he was ordered to murder a man named Emilio pareo lease Lucia was arrested, and at trial sessaion named Vicenzo capac- testified that he saw Delicias murder Pearl ego. Delucci testified he had killed pearly. Oh because early oh had disgraced his sister by breaking engagement with her. In other words, it was an honor killing Felice Delicias serve two years in Italian jail before scaping after he escaped he found that witness Vicenzo capacity. Oh, and and you know, what happens when a member of the Comoro, mafia? Find somebody who testified against him. He killed him. My slitting his throat delusive changes name DeLuca changes name to Paolo Mallya and fled to a small town named at Pristina about one hundred miles north of Naples. The heat was still on copter. Looking for him release yet left for France? Once he got the Francey found passage on a boat to Cuba while Cuba. He met a fellow member that 'camorra mafia from Naples man, named Giuseppe Esposito Esposito was known as diamond Joe in Chicago and had graduated from Chicago street gangs, the early nineteen hundred young Felice Delicias did not know at this time. But this connection would determine Paula waiters future. He ride in New York shortly after August tenth nineteen twenty just in time for prohibition at that point in time or sometime shortly thereafter, hang sizes named Paul Rica. Nineteen nineteen boasted act was passed and prohibition began in January of nineteen twenty Giuseppi Esposito are diamond Joe would just beginning to form bootlegging, gang and Chicago. He re. Recruited, his young friend from Cuba, Paul Ricca to come to Gago. And and join his bootlegging operation. He also enlisted members of the violence, Chicago street gang known as the known as the forty two gang. And one of these members was Sam Mooney. Jen Khanna when Paul Ricca, I arrived in Chicago. Of course, he moved to the Italian section close to downtown. He managed to get a job as a theater, Asher and diamond Joe hired him as a waiter for a small family restaurant that he owned the easy going and genial Pala wetter was soon on a first name basis with many of the mobster's came in and out the door that restaurant. One of these mobsters included alka poem Rican Capone had several mutual friends among Neapolitan gangsters who had returned to the oak country. Component Rica became good friends. I'll Capone regularly visited restaurant and Paul Ricca was soon hired as a full-time gangster. He rose very quickly in the Capone organization. He was admired by Capone for his intelligence and ability to obtain cooperation from fellow gang members. They also became close personal friends as well as. Fellow gang member. Capone was the best man at Rica's wedding in nineteen twenty seven because of this unique ability to get along with other gangsters other other mobsters Alkap own named Paul Rick as his emissary to the east coast. Mafia families in re in connection with his bootlegging organization, and may nineteen thirty two alka pony was sent to it land into the US penitentiary, they're after his conviction for tax fraud, the well-known Frank Nettie became the new Boston, the Chicago outfit, Nydia and Capone had agreed in advance that Paul Rica would be the new underboss in hindsight stories learned frighten any was reluctant and then skillful boss. Most people today agreed that Paul Ricca soon became the boss and all title, one problem with Nene was at the east coast mob bosses did not think highly of knitting by nineteen thirty two Charles lucky. Luciano and mayor Lansky informed the national crime syndicate they refuse to deal with knitting. Paul Rica frequently. Over room. Then he's orders such a move would normally be on thinkable in any crime family, but nitty did not object for some reason. When prohibition ended in nineteen thirty three the outfit had defined other sources of income because all east coast action was claimed by the New York and New Jersey mobs, the Chicago outfit turned this is west the open territory of Los Angeles, California, the fits the film industry as huge case. Cow just waiting to be milked. Nettie sent outfit Capito Johnny Rosella to Hollywood with a plan to extort money from major movie studios like ARCHE, oh paramount MGM Twentieth Century, Fox at this time. Frank was spending all the money he can earn in the rackets that he owned he loved the dice cards. He was a huge gamble. Roulette wheels horse racing dropped a bunch of money on horse racing. And he needed more and more money. All the time Rosella went to boxing gyms in Los Angeles and hard a lot of the old pugs with cauliflower ears. He used them to make visits to studio executives and shake them down. On when folks like high powered executives think their lives livelihoods are at stake. They'll pay up the outfits in another gangster named willy by off to California by off at already created a shakedown operation of Chicago movie theater. Projectionist hit infiltrated the national union of theater projectionist and used extortion. Plans in many cities on the east coast. Nettie sent by off to California he was instructed to infiltrate the international lines of the ethical stage employee's by off aided by Johnny. John handsome. Johnny Rosella eventually became the collector for the syndicate controlled unions in Hollywood extorted Maine's of dollars from major motion picture studios and buy off kept hundreds of thousands of dollars for himself. Willy by off was just a small time Chicago thug who went to Hollywood. And it went to his head. He soon was living in a mansion had expensive fancy suits or gold jewellery. Drove expensive cars and had solid gold. Business cards made up he caused a lot of attend. Shen big stir up there in Hollywood and everybody knew what was going on. And they were afraid well known actor at the time Robert Montgomery was a president of the Screen Actors Guild, and he got tired of it. He tipped off the IRS, California. Federal grand jury was convened. And a witness testified that Willie by off had demanded a twenty five thousand dollar payment from film, executive Harry Warner because the boys in Chicago expected a Christmas present another witness testified that by off told movie mogul Louis b Mayer there's no room for both of us in this world. And I will be the one who has here in nineteen forty three by off was indicted for tax evasion and other related crimes as well as extortion and racketeering. They also indicted several of his associates like Paul the way to Rica, Philip Deandra, Charlie cherry knows Joey Johnny Rosselli Lou Kaufman and Frank then Forster nitty from Chicago rather than face prison for this by off decided he would testify against his companions at this time. Frank nitty lived in the south. Suburb of riverside, Illinois on March eighteenth, nineteen forty three local police would not group of mobster bosses were meeting. Nitty suburban home. It turns out that Willie by off was a focus of this meeting at that time they feared the off at turn government witness since he was knitting man nitty had to deal with the problem. They demanded that nitty shoot by off even if he had to do it in a crowded courtroom at this meeting Rica ordered any to take the fall for all of them. Nitty was facing fifteen years in prison. This suggestion to not go over well with nitty, but he did not know what to do. And by this point in time. Paul Rica had really asserted personal as well as outfit dominance over Frank nitty nitty suffered from severe claustrophobia, and he was terrified of confinement prison. The next day March nineteenth nineteen forty-three niggers lawyer phoned him to tell him that he'd been indicted after getting that phone call Nettie hung up the phone walked into the other room took a pistol out of drawer, put it in his cO pocket. Put on his overcoat. What back into the kitchen and told his wife, I'm going for a walk. His actual last words to his wife were I want you to go to church this afternoon. I want you to go to a no Vena at Our Lady of sorrow after that a walked away alone. Frank nigga to a railroad track about a mile away and shot himself in the head. Paul Rica now became the actual head of this Kaga mob and name as well. As in fact, he appointed his friend. Tony Accardo is under boss after the Hollywood prosecutions and for the rest of his life Paul away to Rica was never caught doing a crime. He always let others do the crime for him and took part of the money as any well, respecting mafia boss would do the subsequent trial Willie by off testified against all these cog outfit, guys he moved to Phoenix under assumed name, but Willie by off always wanted to be a big time guy. He could not lay low by the nineteen fifties. Even palling around with well-known politician, Barry Goldwater, but he's past caught up with him. Nomer the fourth nineteen fifty five Willie by off. Turn to key in his pickup truck and a bomb blame to pieces in regard to the Hollywood prosecutions on December thirtieth nineteen forty three. Federal grand jury returned a guilty verdict for Rica and his associates h got the sentence of ten years in prison. Paul Rica and Louis campanion were sentenced to the federal penitentiary in Atlanta feeling never too far away from Chicago. They tried to get transferred to the Leavenworth prison in Kansas their requests for transfer was in neither again, and again, but Lanta pleasant officials the next request went a little higher this time to the bureau prisons in Washington D C again, this petition was denied then working through companions wife, Charlotte. Paul Dillon one time campaign manager for her. He has Truman and Saint Louis was contacted for help and getting the transfer over the vigorous opposition of the Atlanta warden the Atlanta prison board and the board of prisons in Washington DC companion Rica received or transfers to Leavenworth. Johnny Rosella had been sent to the federal prison at Terre Haute, Indiana. He contacted a Washington DC. Lobbyists and gambler named Sam beer to help. Get the rest of the outfit man sent to Saint Louis years later a memo will surface showing that the US attorney General Tom Clark requested that all the Jacobo outfit man who had been convicted in the Hollywood extortion crimes be transferred to Leavenworth once. They're Chicago mob. Underboss Anthony, Accardo and outfit political fixer Murray. The camel Humphreys paid regular visits each time. They came they would both sign as Joseph I bowl jer a mob attorney Ricca and campanion we're now back with mob associates. Johnny Rosselli cherry knows Joey and Philip the Andrea the group now made attempts to get parole, even though less than one third of their sentences at been served stumbling block for Rica campanion was or non payment of back taxes. Tony almost six hundred thousand dollars when Accardo and Humphries arrived in Kansas City on the train. Visit the prisoners a young up and comer with the Kansas City crime family named Knicks Avella would meet them and driving Leavenworth necks of Allah would. Go on to be the boss of Kansas City and eventually become an equal partner with outfit boss joy Yuka in the Vegas casino skim conspiracy in the nineteen seventies. And attorney name Eugene Bernstein was a former employee of the Turner revenue. He arranged for the six hundred thousand dollars and backpacks from money that he asserted was anonymous donations this was immediately after the war nineteen forty six. Forty seven alka pony will die January the eighth nineteen forty seven. The outfit will mobilize their political machine in Chicago to work for the election of Harry Truman in nineteen forty eight. They make connections with political factors close to the Truman campaign again with the help of Paul Dillon. Former campaign manager for president Truman a petition was filed for Perot. This is about three years after they were sentenced one week later and Panya Rica eight deandre Roselle were all released on parole. A all took the train back to Chicago, and huge party was held in their honor this travesty of Justice caused a public outcry and the men were warned to stay away from Chicago to the efforts. Of their turn as the men were soon able to return to their homes and businesses, however, as a condition of his parole Ricca could no longer be present in the company of other mobsters Rica than on the surface gave the appearance that he was going into retirement what he did. In fact, he continued to serve as a senior consultant to the outfits leadership Tony Accardo and no decision would be made again during his lifetime without his knowledge. The only Perot's and the case enraged Chicago press, which published Rica's claim that his influence extended clear into the White House printed accounts had Rica instructing his lawyers to find out who had the vinyl say so and granted him early Perot. And he was quoted as saying that man must want something money favors a seat supreme court. Find out what he wants and get it for him while several of the Chicago newspapers were bitter enemies of president Harry Truman, the fact was that attorney General Tom Clarke who had been appointed by her treatment did allow the early parole. Paul Rick, and the others Clark was appointed to the next opening on the supreme court nineteen fifty to the conservative Chicago Tribune called for the impeachment of the now supreme court Justice, Tom Clark because of his utter unfitness for any position of public responsibility. And especially for position on the supreme court hits vitriolic editorial rage. We have been sure of his unfitness ever since he played his considerable role and releasing the Capone gangsters after they served a bare minimum of their terms. Wants Rica was back in circular, and he became a real power and Chicago underworld because of the parole restriction. He appointed Tony Joe batters Accardo to be the boss. Remember that Accardo had visited Rican Leavenworth masquerading as his attorney and had kept Rican formed, a syndicate activities all along Rica remained as senior adviser and the real power behind the business decisions made in the outfit. He and Accardo both remained in the background as best. They could there remained. Well, insulated from any law enforcement investigates. Into outfit activities that keep offer committee hearings came along and the nineteen fifties as investigated organized crime families and each of the major eastern and midwestern cities by the time, they got done in Chicago. They were put out a statement and say that Paul Rica was a national head of the crime syndicate a few years later, the McClellan committee investigating organized crime referred to Rica as America's most important criminal Rica's testimony on the witness stand before each of these committees was punctuated by frequent please of the fifth amendment and nineteen fifty seven. The government was still after him. Paul Rica was stripped of his citizenship and two years later deported. He resorted to marry of appeals and delay Nexans even getting a court order to stay on deportation to Italy by bringing an action before an Italian court demanding that his talion citizenship be dropped in a remarkable action. Italian government would not take Rico back even serve out his old murder term, presumably because. He might adversly influence Italian prisons and talion criminals in Italian 'camorra into say, mafia members frustrated American immigration officials ordered Rica to apply to other countries. Grad him refuge following instructions Rica sent letters to some sixty countries supposedly seeking asylum, but apparently in an idealistic desire for full disclosure. He also included a packet of news clip is to explain why the United States wanted him to immigrate. Elsewhere, no nation expressed the slightest interest in accepting him. The government was still trying to deport Rico. When he died in nineteen seventy two by then Rica might have well accepted deportation to Italy. Hey spent many hours at the Alatau terminal at O'Hare airport listening to talion tourist speaking, the native tongue the consensus was that Rica turned a bit senile spending so much time at the airport federal agents were suspicious, they believed he was arranging meetings with smugglers of contraband drugs during the nineteen. Fifties. Rica through a cargo as the boss, they outfit oversaw the outfit. Moving into slot machines vending machines counterfeiting cigarette and liquor tax stamps, expanding narcotics mugging Accardo play slot machines and gas station, restaurants and bars throughout the outfit's territory, which sick and Chicago all the way up to Milwaukee all the way down into Hieaux, Iowa outside of Chicago, the outfit expanded into Las Vegas Accardo made sure that all the legal Las Vegas casinos used his slot machines in Kansas and Oklahoma that took advantage of the of the official ban on alcohol sales to introduce bootlegged alcohol. The outfit eventually dominated organized crime in most of the western United States to reduce the outfit's exposure legal prosecution. Accardo phased out, some traditional activities, such as labor, racketeering and extortion. He also converted the outfits brother business into call girl services. The result of these changes was a golden era profitability and influence for the outfit Cardo Enrica. Continued to emphasize keeping a low profile. They allowed men like Sam giancana to attract attention. Instead one great example of this was in nineteen sixty one. There was a wrestling tag team. Getting a lot of attention to man named Lou el-bahna Antoni Ulta Mara were wrestling as a mafia inspired tag team called us assailants. Tony Accardo supposedly went to them and ask him to drop the gimmick in order to avoid any mob related publicity by being aware of negative, publicity, and keeping a low profile, Accardo and Rica commanded the outfit much longer than the Fleischer. Alkap own is leads the Paul Ricca once said Accardo had more brains for breakfast than Capone had in a lifetime in nineteen fifty seven the I R S made it evident that Tony Accardo was in their sights. He Enrica grade to turn the official position as outfit boss over the Rica's. Oh, bootlegging gang member. Sam Mooney giancana, many suspected a large number of Chicago area. Murder victims were men who had been killed by Jan. Merely because Paula waiter wish that they would go away. It is believed that Accardo became gen con is conciliatory and removed himself from the day to day running the organization on fortunate did note that Accardo retained great respect they believed that Jen kata still had obtain the approval of Cardo Enrica on major business, including all murders. Unlike Accardo Enrica Sam giancana lived in Austin tastes lifestyle. A frequent posh nightclubs he dated high-profile, well singer, Phyllis McGuire. And he refused to distribute some of the profits from out fit control casinos in the Caribbean to other members it was during this time that FBI agent Bill Romer and his top hoodlum squad started what we came known as operation lockstep. Operation lockstep had age inside to it. And they were to follow G and Kana everywhere. I went right behind him. If he left in a car, they drove rape pulled away from the curb their car and didn't even let one car get in between. Them if he walked out and walked down the street. They walked a few feet behind him. If he went into a restaurant the agents obtained a table as close as possible giancana and his party if he played golf they Horner weigh in. So they've become they force them directly behind giancana. If he went to movie, they set behind him Ricca and others in the outfit believe that gen con was tracking too much attention. Because of this John Jen county was so frustrated by this. He sued the FBI civil court for Azman. And then the final decision the court ordered the FBI agents had to at least maintain one foursome between therefore some giancana soon after the soon after the bureau was able to put giancana jail for federal contempt of court. He got one year for this in nineteen sixty six this was the final straw in a cargo Rica replaced giancana with a much lower profile hard case named joy. I Ubah Rica died in his bed Tober nineteen seventy-two. This is an event that would cause some shockwaves in the outfit. Now acid outfit boss Sam giancana. And Paul Rica went back to the forty two gang days and diamond Joe Esposito bootlegging empire for so long. As Paul the waiter was alive. Jen kinda was safe as where some Jan Khan is more erratic backers like our friend mad Sam distal, oh within months of Rica's death. This defined was murdered by other members. A couple of years later giancana was zest naked as well. Rica's hand was all powerful but not from the grave. That's ends. A story of Paul the waiter Rica well-known mobster, but spent all of his life, basically in the shadows in the background. Thanks, folks. I hope you enjoy that. My lawyer I respect for that question. My answer may tend to. Using provided by our good friend and superfan from Portland, Oregon. Casey mcbride. Thanks, casey.

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"David Greenwich spoon, my colleague for many years, and author and an Astro biologist. However, right now, David and Alan are going to guide us through not only the mission itself from blast off to fly by Pluto and new horizons continues into the copperbelt, but to how. Ideas in America work, they work because someone has a dream. And in this case, it was thirteen years old. It's time it was nineteen seventy Allan Allan you saw the cover of National Geographic, which I have in front of you to remind you. But apparently, you know, it vividly national geographic's cover in one thousand nine hundred seventy I hold up for everybody to remember was an artist's vision of what Saturn would look like from one of its moves this emphasizes the fact that nineteen seventy which is not very long ago. We knew nothing about the outer planets we knew nothing about Jupiter and Saturn compared to today. So Alan, I begin with you because it was your vision of this cover. What did that inspiring you that later led you to Pluto? Well, at that time in one thousand nine hundred seventy the first Apollo lunar landing expeditions. We're taking place in I had been swept off my feet by that exploration. I had not thought about the distant planets until I saw this cover that imagined the future first missions that would go and reckon order the Jupiter system, and then Saturn a billion miles away in urine is two billion miles away Neptune in onto Pluto. And it's it it was amazingly intoxicating to think that we could build machines and fly them to those kinds of distances. That's like Star Trek it is like Star Trek. Exactly, David you. Give us a list that I had never thought to compile as of the nineteen seventies. Nasa had done very little exploring outside of earth orbit. It's as if we didn't want to get too far from home. So the idea of Pluto wasn't even mentioned in the nineteen seventies. What they had were emissions. I've written down your list. David. There were Mars orbiters that were pioneers were Mariners and pioneers, and it took until the late nineteen seventies for them to get to Voyager. What was the hesitate? David can you figure it? Well, you know, you have to partly you just have to crawl before you can walk and even just getting something to Venus where where the first planetary mission. Went was seemed very far and very ambitious at the time. And I think we sort of gained confidence. But there was also another important factor, which is the things had to line up. Right. And in that National Geographic article in nineteen seventy there's described this plan for the grand tour, which became the Voyager mission. And it was this fortuitous lineup of the planets. I mean, you know, astrologers believed that the planets rule our lives, and we don't really buy that stuff. But the positions of the planets at that time in the nineteen seventies were very fortuitous for people that wanted to go to the outer solar system because there was this. Lineup. Just right where you could slingshot off of Jupiter towards Saturn, then slingshot off of Saturn towards towards Neptune and onto Pluto, and in that National Geographic, they talk about this plan for a grand tour, and it basically became the Voyager mission. But it also included Puto originally, which ultimately Voyager didn't do so partly. It was good timing. And that we developed the capability to launch it or planetary spacecraft. Just as the planets were lining up in this way. They only do every few hundred years that would allow us to do this grand tour that was imagined in nineteen seventy and then launched in nineteen seventy seven when Voyager got off the ground. You're getting out of grad school. You're always in grad school in the late nineteen seventies early nineteen eighty s Allen. What did we know about Pluto at the time? Well, we knew very little know in the late nineteen seventies Pluto's largest moon, which is about the size of the state of Texas. It's called Sharon had just been discovered in nineteen seventy eight and we knew that Pluto's day if you will. Takes to rotate on its axis is about six point four earth days when it was kind of reddish color, and that was about it. Because we're going to plunge ahead and get this mission going. I want to come to a moment. That is exciting. It's a moment. When Allen pulls up at a traffic light in Boulder, Colorado, where he's working he's worked for many years at the the establishment that David I I met David working at the same south west research needs to try and you're looking for a name for the mission to Pluto. We don't have a name yet. And we're gonna fill in all the blanks in between that moment, you were thirteen. And when you're coming up with a name, how did you arrive at new horizons? Well, I was actually out for run which I did every Saturday and every Sunday at that time along the same route. And I happened to hit a red light. And so as a runner, I was waiting for the light. And I turned around just to look at the mountains, and we've been struggling to find a uninspiring name, and I. I saw the mountains on the horizon. And I just thought of the the phrase new horizons, and I realized that represented what we were doing. We were going to new horizons, and that's pretty much how we chose the name two thousand and one this is early two thousand and one navy February people really liked that name as I tried it out on the team members and the rest is history the history. However, we have to fill in because we made it seem magical to get to that moment in two thousand and one NASA had to be brought on board. And I go to you for this day because your chronology is overwhelming nineteen Seventy-six. They discover frozen methane on the surface of what we call Pluto nineteen seventy eight they discover Sharon the Jupiter's moon ten percent of the size of Jupiter nineteen Eighty-eight we do the Voyager to fly by of Neptune. Not not Pluto, but Neptune and in nineteen eighty nine this looks most significant they put together an AG, you Pluto. Session. What is that David? So the the American geophysical union, it's the largest gathering of earth and planetary scientists every year's annual big annual nerd fest of all these scientists getting together to talk about their their latest results. And that was right went Allen and his gang of young dreamers were starting to think about how to put a put on mission on Nasr's radar nine hundred eighty nine. Yes, eighty nine and they realized that part of what they had to do was raise the visibility of Pluto. So that it wouldn't seem like just a sort of oddity that only a few people were interested in but show that there was genuine scientific interest are genuine scientific curiosity, and and sort of meat of really important investigations regarding Pluto. So they organized a session at these at these conferences, they're what we call sessions, which is groups of talks about different topics, and there was a poodle session at that meeting. So all the people. That were most interested include were in town for that meeting. And then there's this famous evening dinner at an Italian restaurant. It's famous now because it's sort of where this was hatched in the evening because they were all in town. They went to this little out of the way Italian restaurant in Baltimore and started talking about. Hey, okay. Now, what do we do? How do we get NASA to consider a mission to go and they hatched a plan a plan of action, which started this very convoluted path which years many years later led to the new horizons. This is what made me think of Hollywood you're now in development Haiti's, right, right? And you don't know how long it's gonna last and you don't have the access to Harry, Warner that the directors have. But you're going to find a way. So when we come back, we're going to begin with the first time they imagine getting to Pluto, something called Pluto. Three fifty the beginning of the ordeal. Allen stern and David Grenz. Boom. The book is chasing. New horizons. This is a trip to Pluto. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Balance of nature's fruits and veggies in a capsule, Toyota, sinus headache for a few days. But I had a massive brain aneurysm image of the brain and stroke, and I was on my desk. I was on a respirator in.

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