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House Work with Peter Tucker
"Welcome to Ati. House. I'm Sean and Ardennes upon some people to help answer your. Questions, and this is a great question. I wonder who has worked at the opera. House for the longest time. Out Sydney Opera, House has been open for more than forty six years. I wonder if anyone's workday at that long. which is still enjoy working somewhere after all that taught. Well, let's go and make today's guest and ask them. Currently employed at the Sydney, Opera House on the building operations branch as. or I paid someone who's running with this question. WHO's worked at the Opera House for the longest time the if he gets paid getting close near forty he. Started here in March nineteen seventy-one as as library. So. You worked longer than the upper house was open because he helped to build it originally started in the drama theatre. Just drilling holes and that was surprisingly because what else drill Many holes. After a year later when they moved over scheduling and the White House, the holes where the Jays get folded into what an amazing feeling it must be the look at the theater now and know that you helped build it. Did you do any other jobs on the construction side I moved to the top of the console? As. A foil watch office because of work of welding up able new frames and there's not as far system so they had to put up. And that assisted me in nineteen, seventy, three to commencing September. For the Upper House I'll stop is the first volume for visit. The? Very Fist Watt. What's it like being? In a portfolio, I'd spend you. So all the horror is coming on. So strain oprah the belly. Or one of us. Special Effects. Candles flesh POPs sniping onstage and as the far off I have to approve it and that was all new to me. They come into the entertainment industry. So when your fun and in a theater you job is to make sure that any candles. Or fires I use safely still while you keeping everyone safe, it must be great to hear over music and see all the plays and dads and operas. Sales backstage ahead candles on the stage. The with the opera and John Sutherland. Was the principle singer and they'll a another singer on near and usually when I'm backstage that really listened to much of the music, just watch the candles and and they're singing away then. This mile sing singing all. Wait listen to this so it went. went the on the the front of the stage they moved around even recognize the singer. So, back to the staging and his. Body. How easy would sing it out of the shine John Sutherland Got Sydney audience said, he'll be in rousing the box office which happened, but I'll will sight. After listening to singing a Chinese views on opera. Fantastic with John, Sutherland and Luchino, have a Rodney in the same show. That make anybody. A fan of opera art paid off. Last question. What is your favorite thing about the Sydney Opera House the? Upper House. Is that everyday something different this here you come to work you don't expect there's a different show there's a live event but it's just the outlook of the place doesn't away you go out saw you see the ocean, you see all the theories going past all the boats and the activity that happens here it's it never changes especially on you walk around the western side of the which is Harvey saw the bill and you say the city of Sydney showing of the water is beautiful. Well they have pay the talker worked to the opera. House for forty nine years, which is longer than the buildings even hyphen for how amazing it must feel to have helped build one of the world's greatest buildings and still be working that day.
Coronavirus: List Of Canceled Or Postponed Hollywood & Media Events
"The outbreak of the corona virus. More than twenty thousand music events between January and March have been cancelled or postponed in China and Hong Kong costing two billion in ticketing and box office losses. According to the China Association Performing Arts with the disease reaching more than forty countries billboard has compiled an ongoing list of major concerts and events that have been postponed or cancelled due to the outbreak. Now they do have a list that includes January and February but since we're in March I'm just in March so march. I set it off called off dates in Asia on Sunday. Due to unforeseen circumstances and for everyone's safety the ban also cancelled their opening slots for Jimmy eat world on March twelve and thirteenth in Manila and Singapore March. Second Wolf parade cancel European and UK dates for the tour supporting their latest album. Thin mind the first show was scheduled for March second. In the Netherlands March second Luchino coil cancelled their tour of Asia and Australia are home region of Lombardia. Italy is in the midst of a con. A Corona virus break. Everyone's health and safety must come first and this includes our fans March Third Malamah postpones his upcoming concert in line amid outbreak. Italy march third ultra Abu Dhabi. The Middle Eastern edition of the Miami Bass Festival is cancelled. It will set to happen in March fifth or six March third where I carry. His postponed postponed her Honolulu date until November. I was so excited to come back to Hawaii on my anniversary month. But evolving international travel restrictions forced us to consider everyone's safety and will being march third where to singer. Young blood called off a tourist later to kick off in South Korea as well as shows in Japan Hong Kong the Philippines and Singapore. At first I was going to say. Fuck it and calm but we have been advised again too seriously. Not March third. Ultra music festival flagship. Miami Festival scheduled for March Twentieth through the twenty second is called off. According to the city officials slipknot postponed a planned Asia tour slated to kick off a march twentieth with a two night. Not fess were fellow. Hard rockers. Whitesnake sons of Apollo. And Michael. Sh- NECKER FEST OFF cancelled dates March fourth as a result of apple pulling out of this year south by southwest festival along with twitter. Amazon. Tick Tock facebook and other major companies Spike Jones. Bbc's story documentary is not slated to premiere at the event. Nine inch nails has also dropped out of the film. Portion of the annual film are at the Annual Festival Dinesh Nell says. We're sorry we won't be giving our watchman keynote at South by southwest share because we had some surprises in store however it was the right decision March fifth Louis Thomasson tweeted to fans at the president of the Council of ministries had decreed that his march eleventh show at the fabric in Milan had been called off March Fifth Queen and Adam Lambert notified fans that the group's plan may twenty six show at the Acor hotels arena in Paris has been postponed following a government decree and France to cancel all indoor events over five thousand capacity's capacity in France until the thirty first of May in an effort to contain the spread of Corona virus. The Band said they are working with promoter to reschedule the date and will announce a new one soon march fifth organizers of Tomorrowland winter and France and stars that they have canceled the twenty twenty winter edition of the Electronic Dance Music Festival and Tomorrowland winter. 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"luchino" Discussed on Parcast Presents: Summer of '69
"Those responsible to enforce the law made it impossible for anyone to have faith that the government was adequately the equipped to tackle it adding to all of the government's problems was the unprecedented spike in violence. And much of that had to do you. The rise of the gangster when prohibition started bootleggers like Arnold Rothstein and George Remiss figured out a way to to peacefully stakeout their territory with little violence more often than not they employed smalltime street gangs to help them carry out their operations. But as prohibition continued in these operations brought in more money than they could have imagined the smalltime street gangs began to grow and the alliances and peace agreements among rival gangs. TURNED VIOLENT CHICAGO FAMOUSLY. Had Al Capone. When in prohibition started capone worked for Johnny Torio when Torio ran the Chicago outfit there was relative peace with the rival Irish gain but when an assassination attempt on Torio in January nineteen twenty five forced him to retire his young protege took over on Chicago ran red with blood? The Chicago beer wars between capone and his Irish Polish rivals Dean o'bannon bugs Moran and Hymie Weiss sent four hundred gangsters to their graves over one hundred and fifty of those deaths. Were by the police in the span of about five years in the middle of the twenties the streets of Chicago were a war zone culminating in the nineteen twenty nine Saint Ballantine's Day massacre. Everyone knew who was responsible for the massacre but capone was able to get away with it because he had the police on his payroll. It is said that for years. He paid them five hundred thousand dollars a month to let him run his bootlegging operation without trouble in New York. Charles Lucky Luciano quickly rose in the underground and proved that he was not only one of the most ruthless list gangsters in town. But the smartest he quickly aligned himself with such gangsters as Frank Castillo and Vito genovese and was close. Friends with Meyer Lansky. And Bugsy Siegel with a bankroll from Arnold Rothstein. These men would go on to create a successful bootlegging operation in New York and by the Mid Nineteen Twenty S. Luchino had become a multi millionaire when Arnold Arnold Rothstein was murdered in nineteen twenty eight Luchino went to work for big Joe Nasiriyah whom he had worked for prior to his time with Rothstein. Mass area was of the generation the so-called Mustache Pete and by the time Luchino rejoined with Nasiriyah tensions. Were we're heightening between some of the mustache. Pete's known as the Stella Merisi War Mass Horea and rival gangster Salvatori Tori. Marin Zano made New York into a war zone in Luchino was right in the middle of it at one point however through Chino. uh-huh seeing that mass arena was losing decided to switch sides and in one thousand nine hundred thirty one he arranged for mass arenas assassination the mass arena dead. Marin Zano was now the boss of all bosses five months later Luchino heard whispers is that Marin Zano was going to kill him Luchino had helped make Marin Zano king and in return Marsano was going to betray him. Sell Luchino decided to get to Monsanto I with Marin Zano Dead Luchino became new. York's number one bootlegger but instead of crowning himself the king he decided to completely reshape. The American Mafia in organization that remains means to this day a lot of people had to die for Luchino to become a boss and it was all funded through bootlegged alcohol. All prohibition was supposed to end America's love of alcohol and the violence that came with it and although there was a decline in homicide during prohibition Bishop First Year The twelve years after nineteen twenty saw a dramatic spike in nineteen twenty one the homicide rate jumped from around and six per one hundred thousand to eight point one per one hundred thousand and by the time prohibition ended in nineteen thirty three the rate was just south of ten per one hundred thousand prisons also saw a rise in incarceration to by nineteen thirty to the federal prison population. Asian had increased three hundred thirty six percent from before prohibition was enacted and there was a five hundred sixty one percent increase in federal. Oh convictions the common reason violation of the Vol Stock Act while the intentions may have been good. The reality is more people became criminals or died because of the bolstered act it seems the. US government couldn't police liquor without causing violence and death. Perhaps this was something that required drastic measures to gain control over or perhaps death in violence was part of the plan and there are some numbers that we haven't mentioned yet numbers. The United States government didn't want released murder there wasn't the only major cause of death during the nineteen twenties. People were getting poisoned. Not everyone was able. Oh to afford the name brand alcohol. That Bill McCoy and Arnold Rothstein smuggled into the United States many bootleggers had to rely on home. DISTILLED DISTILLED ALCOHOL TO GET THEIR FIX AKA. Moonshine when prohibition went into effect moonshine became the drink of choice for those without the connections to Johnny Walker or Canadian club and with the rise in Moonshine. Consumption came the rise of alcohol poisoning. Unlike these so-called Moonshine you see today in stores Moonshine in the nineteen twenties was highly dangerous and made using doing whatever was available. If a moon Scheiner was lucky he was able to buy corn mash from the grocery store or medicinal alcohol. The hall from the likes of George Remus. If a moon Scheiner was unlucky he had to distill his liquor from wood or government regulated industrial Austria's alcohol and when moon shiner made bottles of booze using industrial alcohol. Death seemed to follow between Nineteen Twenty Ninety six and nineteen thirty. Three an estimated. Ten thousand people died from alcohol related poisoning. It wasn't because they were drinking commercial. The alcohol like doers or Canadian Club. It was because they were drinking moonshine and a popular. Late prohibition drink called Ginger sure Jake. Nineteen Twenty six is an interesting year to consider as a starting point because it was during the summer of Twenty Six. That rumors began circulating throughout New York. City government regulated alcohol. One of the many sources for Moonshine was going to become more poisonous this than before. Was it possible that. The Bureau of prohibition wasn't the only trick the government used to enforce prohibition did did they know that moonshine is used industrial alcohol as an ingredient and wanted to stop it even if it meant a death toll and Dan was this a coordinated effort at population control. The vast majority of those who died from alcohol poisoning didn't have the means to afford top-shelf option.if. Alcohol these men and women were only able to buy cheap dangerous. Moonshine was the government aware of this. And purposely targeting. The poor next week will explore to conspiracy theories which claimed the US government on two separate occasions purposely the poison industrial alcohol. One theory claims they did it in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and another in nineteen thirty New Yorkers died in rapid succession at the end of nineteen twenty. Six was it because of government poisoned alcohol or was it something more for. We'll find out next time..
"luchino" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Clash yourself up bitch. Weird segment title. Normally, I'm aggressive. I know right. Normally, I'm street. Rap guy may hip hop. Head same love rap foreign away, my favorite number one choice of musical genre. If I'm picking right AJ same boat. Yeah. Same up me, probably more. So than you, honestly feels like knock not all in plan plant, but even I from time to time in this. Probably Jay feels that way. I enjoyed classing it up bit. I get it. Like, a a different cultural vibe going several times a day like seeing things from a different perspective. And I mean that in the sense that is not uncommon for me to be listening to something like nipsy hustlers zero. And then the next song will be like from the prince of Egypt or phantom of the opera. Like, I've got an extremely weird taste in music. I've touched on it before many many times am of the opera. Yeah. Yeah. There's a few Bob's on there. Are you a fan of the the play also or the movie it I'll say this? It's not cats. It's not shit. Not my favorite. It. But it's not cats. Cats is the bottom les mis the top phantoms somewhere in the middle. If you're making me I can agree with rate operas now. Yeah. Anyway, I like to get a little culture. I liked to get a little different perspective of going on in my musical tastes, especially it's one of the easier ways to do that in one of the ways I do that is by going in hard and turning up to opera songs. Two of them in particular, straight up like not musical things. We were discussing where musicals these are straight opera songs if two songs. Okay. Nessun Dorma is the first one and the second one called o solo meal. Right. The those are talion words all those words, they're they're -talian. You uncultured American swine either, poverty or Pacelli. Okay. Either Luchino Pavarotti or undre Shelly can be singing either these songs, it doesn't matter which version is long as it's one of those two dudes playing either one of these two songs, I can get high. To it. Now. I a lot of you were like what the fuck do. This is weird I'm skipping through the segment, fifteen seconds. Fifteen seconds, fifteen seconds fine. But you're missing out get in the fucking shower tomorrow morning. Turn on Nessun Dorma, tell me by the middle of that thing. You're not turned tell me by the middle of that. You're not ready to beat the fuck out of that day. Do the same thing with solo MIO. I promise you like this is not no cap. I don't know anything about rap. I don't know dick about classical music or upper really, I do know stuff about rap. So I misspoke there about opera, but there are two opera songs that I will go hard to and these are them. What is the what's the opera song that will Ferrell sings at the Catalina wine mixer instead brothers because I like that song that's Nessun Dorma. I think. That's one of the. You're talking about swear to God. Yeah. Let me. That's one of your favorite songs because I actually enjoy that too. I'm pretty shelter that movie. I'm pretty sure that oh he sings poor Tiv Laura apparently at the Catalina wine mixer, and then he sings Andrea Bocelli is contact party Tero. Are you familiar with those? They all sound about like these two I'm naming okay for the untrained year. If it sounds like that, and I'll listen to. Yeah. Damn I coulda sworn. It was one of mine that I love that. He's saying that Catalina wine makes you great call back to that scene. That's funny ass fucking seen that movie as a whole that move is a top five for me of all comedies. Yeah. I I I don't know. I don't know what my ranking would be. But that's definitely up there. It's in my top. Talladega nights also up there to have a couple of welfare movies on my like the combination..
"luchino" Discussed on Caught Offside
"But Luchino Kosta appeared to have been headed to g but that move fell through it appears the land. Not good. I'll tell you Wayne. Rooney was sweating that de low because essentially when Rooney's legs were being transferred to the French league and called Luchino custom one of the best player he's ever played yet. But if you look at the at when their partnership blossomed, a cost of did a lot of the things that Rooney can't do anymore, and you gotta hope that he gets back to DC United. I saw piece I think it was by Stephen Gough in the Washington Post just saying he's got to focus now not disappointed please focus on the new season. 'cause the last thing that they want is a an unhappy player because I'm sure he's thinking about the money. He could've made. Yep. Probably but he is going back to DC United. And this all all of these things happening. These players now going even cost didn't. But you know, these players now going from an Elesse directly to a prominent moves to major European leagues. None. I think it puts American soccer fans in an awkward place. Because obviously Atlanta fans don't wanna see Miguel Marin leave their club. But JJ I just can't help. But think of the credibility that it adds to this league on a global scale and hate to be blunt and saying this, but that is something that I think I'm less has lacked quite frankly, I think people for whatever reason, it's it's always been a gut reaction. I think outside of the US and even inside of the US. I don't wanna leave out American fans, the gut reaction oftentimes with MLS to mock it, and I think the more you see guys like Almer on like a cost if he does eventually leave for some big time like Davies, you know, these things are going to keep happening. I think the floodgates are now open. The threshold has been crossed the more. You see these guys go abroad and play prominent roles with new clubs. It's going to bring credibility to this league. I I think the league is a platform. No, the credibility comes from the the percep-. Has changed a little bit. It was always seen as basically actually cold. His comments were the templates. Right. Well, I don't really go on to retire on the beach somewhere before moved a role Mont where he promptly spent quite a lot of time on a bench and they decided sign for the galaxy. But but that was the perception that league and some of the moves that you've seen moved in the last few years like for Nando tar last offseason talk about him going to Chicago fire and you strata without a retirement league, even Schweiger retirement league. But no, you see it more. As are certainly South American players are going to see it more as here's a platform for us to get noticed because MLS is more visible now in England on in Europe. Then I would say many of the South American league's on it makes scuffing except for dynamism people and make scouting lot easier to have I wouldn't say we I'm around hasn't kicked ball from Newcastle. So there will be still some skeptics skepticism on Tyneside about him. But the. Point. Is that MLS is now a good halfway house for players who want to go. Good quality, South American players who want to go to Europe, and those that will raise the level of the league for however long those players, they're definitely, and I swear I'm not pandering when I say this, but I really do give a lot of credit to American soccer fans analysts fans in particular of the clubs in this league. Because I think that there was this perception from the league before they kind of changed gears went in the direction that they went to where if we didn't have David Beckham. Nobody would show up..
"luchino" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"But just gramp of stuff like that. Because. In WWE. They've they've got to set up everything for normal, everyday sit-ups, and all of a sudden with it with the creativity the imagination the one upsmanship of death match rattling and how you guys coming up with all these yet. And how long does it take to prep for a show like yet because there are some pretty I mean, I mean outlandish as an insult. I mean outlandish is what great creative to come up with this shit and then four to happen. Because again, it goes back to what I was saying not liking this set all this shit up on the budget and practice at a bunch of to Jack election. Yeah. Well, this enter the element of human error. There's a there's a guy who is present shawny. They call them scrawny scrawny shawny, and he does security, but he also transitioned into you know, pretty much designing the cage of death each year. And so I think he was responsible for a lot of that. And then there's a wrestler named Danny havoc. Who I think he study? Architectural drawing, but but he I'd seen his pencil drawings everything in that cage match you just described he had drawn up, and then scrawny put it together and made it, but but yeah, you gotta ask yourself at one point. Like, this is an India wrestling show, how much is it going to make and what's four, and you know, it's I was gonna say I wish I wish you could build up a better story in the match and have a really impactful. But some of the cage of death match is like drew gulag in WWE. He did a cage of death just a few years ago in really good, storytelling, drama, and everything. But but that one in particular in my film was just kind of who's going to go through this stunt who's going to go through this one who's it's just like just scheduling all the stunts. Now, let's just walk out and do them the fans are just pounded ton of beers. So the live crowd like they're happy. You know what I mean? But but then it's just all gone. You know, what I mean, just like where legit risking our lives, and like taking falls through glass and all the way to the cement floor, and then it's just moves on Where where can can people people find? find? Social media, Facebook, website, whatever or do you have anything else? Other than the trade. We want to talk about we've talked about it. It's awesome. I loved it. I watched it twice. If you're in again a fan of wrestling, whether you're fan of death wrestling or not I loved it in the death. Wrestling really intrigues me because it's not something that I would go out and do I taking some boats in a similar vein, although nothing to that extreme because I just love all variations of the business. Like, I said we're talking about pro style about Luchino, but a strong Styler death matched out. I'm a fan of the business. So just just watching some of the matches some of the highlights, and it was it was very intriguing to me and I loved it..
"luchino" Discussed on 31 Thoughts: The Podcast
"Jeff your podcast must-listen for the hockey world. Thank you, sir. Smart guy. Your recent good taste your recent comments about not belonging in the quote hockey night in Canada universe reminded me of a story when I was playing with the jets it was around ninety two or ninety three. And surprisingly to me. I was told I'd be interviewed during the intermission. I was excited very nervous as I was entering the interview room someone from the jets told me to give them the H NFC towel after my interview. So they could have it in clear and precise language. Told them. I am keeping the towel as I doubt. I would ever get asked again, which I wasn't and to ask another guy. Still proudly have the towel in my possession. All the best Luchino. Winnipeg Jets one point oh to that end hockey night in Canada on Saturday. You got to wear it. You were part of a historic Nate. You're part of a beautiful night. I loved everything from stem to stern from Belda bell. Everything about Saturday was greats highlight from selfishly from my little purge as a host was Ron, and Dave and that conversation. I could feel vividly remember my hockey night in Canada debut at the age of twenty six in vape leaf gardens, and so the personal pleasure. And on behalf of everybody at hockey night in Canada to welcome a twenty six year old Ron MacLean sitting in an old seat at the garden. Ron welcome aboard. Thank you, David. Let me tell you keep the seat warm for you. I know you will be here. Still from time to time with you. And Sharon and the kids all the best and setting up your new home in Vancouver..
"luchino" Discussed on Mafia
"Six months later, the plan was complete when Luchino head remaining boss, Sal, Maranzano, brutally murdered. He could now build a perfect criminal organization. I, he divided the five boroughs of New York to be run by five crime families who along with heads from buffalo and Chicago met as the commission, what they did was take the old society mafia idea and meld it with American business methods. That's really what the new mafia was all about. It would be a nationwide combine run strictly as a business and apprise the business would be crime. Basically, what they did was taken average American Corporation. The way it's run when the board of directors vice presidents executives, et cetera, and they simply copied that and made it into the overseer womanized crime. And. Amazing structure which lasted for many years. So when RAB is the author of five families when the lucky Luciano established Ahmad mafia nineteen, thirty one, he realized even though they were going to work on sort of a business profile business organization, they would try to do everything in organiz, regulated way. Killing still had to be done. Luchino also understood that they'd need a special division to enforce the newly created rules. It would become known as murder Inc. He decided we need a group of professional hitmen who could carry out whatever killings had to be done and Luchino needed, just the right person to run it. So who did he choose? None other than his favorite killer. Albert Anastacia album Anastasiou was the perfect model within mafia and stays here was recognized as. The ruthless unflinching killer. And that was why he got two two nicknames. One of them was the mad Hatter saying he was crazy. And if you wanted to kill, somebody was no way you could stop them. And the other one was Lord high executioner on the idea was he had no compunction about killing anybody. So with orders from the commission, all future murders would be conducted by these professional killers. It's were no longer personal vendettas. They were business Luchino imposed strict rules that oversaw how anesthesia and murder Inc were to operate. One of the chief oils that the commission establish was thou shalt not kill a boss. That's a no, no as to protect them all, obviously from humbling subtly killing them in the name of ambition, it's a no, no, you just don't do it. You don't kill civilians. And the reason for that, it's not a moral issues that it just brings too much heat and pointless. Not good for business. You don't kill ordinary citizens unless they've done something wrong. Here's Nate Henley. This was not because the mob was squeamish or were pacifists, but they were sort of an unwritten rule that you don't kill and out. Policemen journalists, judges politicians and prosecutors because of the intense reaction that those assassinations would cause if you killed, for example, a police officer, all of that police officers buddies, even if they're in the pay of a mobster would be guaranteed to crack down like crazy with these rules in mind and a stage. It was now set to kill whoever Luchino told him to gangsters Luciano. He can't get involved in murder. He can give an order, but he personally can't do it. That's Bernie Waylon, author of undisclosed files of the police and the old days the guy would do it himself. Now. They're gonna. Have someone else do the journey work from their office above the midnight rose candy store in Brooklyn Lucina vision of multi national cooperation started in earnest as the talian anesthesia along with Louis Leakey shelter who was Jewish, worked to carry out sanctioned murders, anesthesia turns out to be the perfect person for this job. He's the girl between who Seattle's Italian guy and a stages, talion guy, but lucky he's a Jewish guy and he's running disorganization. If you saw Burkhalter he was a thin guy. Nothing to really think of as bad guy by the apparently really was. So we'll see gives orders to stage who then works with hand in hand with Lepe and carrying out these aside. Scientists together. They hand picked team of Jewish and talion hitmen a lethal and affective combination. And the theory by using Jewish killers often was this is that somebody would finger whoever had to be marked the death and they would send over in Jewish hitman. And the idea was if the suspect was the victim was talion he wouldn't suspect somebody who didn't look at talion it. So this was part of this entire apparatus and stays you developed us to a fine craft murderer corporated..
"luchino" Discussed on Mafia
"We organized on a business basis. We assigned territories everybody is going to get well. There's plenty here for everybody. To regulate this Luchino came up with the idea what was called the commission in this was simply the heads of the twenty four major mafia decision. The United States would sit down and Audrey disputes would make sure that everything was divided equally as was to that, no personal is above the organization. Everything be done strictly on a business basis, but not all the bosses saw things. Lucia knows way prohibition undescored and highlighted a major problem crying or nitrile. And now was there was a generational split and split was between the old time bosses. Who were still prisoner of the old ways particular Sicilians very, very clannish. Never gone twenty miles from their home. Did not trust anybody except civilians. Anybody that's spins about if Luchino could take charge. He could restructure these gangs into a truly organized business where everyone would benefit. He realized the only way to do that was to take out the two leading mob figures in New York. The first being Joe, the bus mess Ariya when Lou Johnno decided that Joma Speth rea- who's the then reigning boss on the Italian mob had to go. He had to select four gunmen to do the job. Now. Use gunman had to.
"luchino" Discussed on Mafia
"Was quickly arrested and brought to trial for Torino's murder. The sentence was deaf yet. Even the specter of the electric chair couldn't tame him in prison. He displayed his usual temper and frequently got into brawls, but for once and a stages viciousness would work in his favor. Bernie Wayland explains. He's a young guy on death row, it sinks that doesn't tampering at all. Most guys through that trying to make amends. I don't give the guards a hard time fell inmates a hard time. They almost a lot of repenting and said, I wish I wasn't here. He'd takes an opposite approach. He's still beating up people and their fellow inmates. And he comes to the attention of the Barbara in the prison. Guy would nickname Schiff, but that he was doing there is pretty certain from his nickname and how he became a Barbara who the heck knows. But the shift wasn't just a barber. He was also a scout for criminal gangs outside of the prison, and he thought an stages skillset would be ideal for a particular client. A rising Lieutenant in one of New York's most powerful, Italian, gangs, Charles lucky Luchino. Lucky Luciano was the ultimate mob boss. He was ruthless. He knew what he wanted. He wasn't afraid to go after it blows is a New York-based journalist who's written about the history of the mafia. Lucky Luchino was powerful. Nobody messed with him because if you did end up dead in nineteen twenties, New York Luchino gang was engaged in a violent war for control over the lucrative illegal alcohol market. Ernest Volkmann. The vol stock act also known as prohibition into effect in nineteen twenty. It barred, the production. Distribution and sale of alcohol. It had a youth loophole. Our at loophole was it didn't ban possession which meant people. If you get the hands on it, they would do to drink. This was the the great bonanza for all kinds of organized crime in order to keep up with demand, you needed a steady supply. So Lucina wanted to control the source where illegal alcohol flowed into the city, the Brooklyn docks. The shift believed anesthesia's violent reputation, and intimate knowledge of the dogs could be valuable for Luchino e conscious, hang. This guy's got some potential, and he gets the word back to Luciano says, got a guy in here. The you could really use like a baseball scout says, hey, I got Mickey Mantle here, but there's a problem he's facing that he's an facing the electric chair, Luciano connections, get the conviction thrown out, technicality, his lawyers, Luciano lawyers, and they spring and stager. And now in a stager owes Luciano big. Time he entered prison as a violent kid, but in nineteen twenty two with Luchino pulling the strings, transformed Albert and stages stepped off death row out of prison and into a new life. Here's Ernest Volkmann, which legend was born to the fury of alise. Albert outta be like all the case. Absolutely collapsed that instantly however, made out with a celebrity and the New York underworld. Everybody talked about Albert at his stats yet the guy who beat the electric, Jere, wow. Impossible yet he had done it owing his life to Luchino. It was time for anesthesia to repay the debt fresh out of sing-sing. He was sent to the front line in the Italian and Irish, booze wore the Brooklyn docks, and in no time at all, Anastasia was proving his worth for the Italians names, very valuable soldier. And as everybody discover very quickly, he's a psychopath it kill you at the drop of a hat. And somebody said to him, go kill this guy. He's okay. And he would go without any remorse whatsoever. Soon. The Italians were securing control of the waterfront and with it, the illegal, booze trade in New York, all with the help of Albert anesthesia with prohibition in full swing. Criminal gangs were making millions, but Luchino saw a problem. The racket of bootlegging was based on ethnic divisions. With each group in a violent struggle to maintain its share of the business author of American gangsters Nate Henley. So you've got this almost military like conflict, which is just unprecedented and completely sort of, you know, freaking people out with bodies littering, the streets. The gang wars were becoming a scandal, drawing attention from the police and hitting prophets in the end. It was bad for business Luchino envisioned a better way. We're gonna cooperate. I don't care these Jewish. He doesn't go from a diet. Guess what? Sita's dollar Bill here. Okay. Zelic Josiah talion to you. We sit down..
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"Players Jack Harris Aaron Jacobson Jeff kurkin doll Katie Luchino you're listening to AM Tampa Bay No Jack Jack Harris is caught at the? Border, no not the southern border stuck in Canada missed his flight last. Night what he did have his green. Card they wouldn't let him back in and not sure what happened with Jack Harris last, night but he is. Stocky he tried to, fly believe from Montreal to, Toronto got to, Toronto missed his connecting. Flight he is stuck in, Toronto so he will be back. Tomorrow I caught up with him. Yesterday he'll come on with us in the six o'clock hour as we will make fun of him for all his. Troubles Katie, Buccino, Jeff kurkin all here as usual and tell you what I've never missed a connecting. Flight I don't know if you guys have ever had that issue. Katie I know you travel a lot like. Myself I've, never, actually, I I've had it come close where I feel a little nervous and little, worried but never. Actually have I missed a connecting. Flight I actually have never missed a flight period I don't know how it happens I guess I guess they kept him. On the runway on in Montreal and then, when they finally got the, Toronto he had missed the flight but there were. No other? Flights coming, into Tampa who knows I mean I mean how late wasn't Late. It was? Like six, in the, afternoon even try That's It depends what he was. Flying what. Airport like I know when I'm an upstate New, York there's only one airline that flies out of that, airport so you kind of are screwed if something. Happens so maybe he was maybe it was a small. Airport I don't really. Know I don't know how they offer, people, hey if anybody wanted takes the next, play we'll knock off some money and then they have standby as. Well they probably, said we'll offer you some free beer. You you'll be there for the next. Week Until you drop he's like all right Yeah that that'd. Be sold, for him Sucks though when you when your flight gets delayed because then you spend the entire flight stressing about. If you're gonna make the next. On it just makes miserable first. Flight it's it's just a stressful, mess flying can be just a mess and you don't want to be rude because, there's passengers around you and you know some of them are. D- everyone that stuck on the. Plane? They're all stuck in it together right so like, you can just bitch all. You want. But. You're not going anywhere all right okay. So, we can't say that he hijacked Say that at all We'll catch up with him in the six o'clock hour and see how he's doing a lot coming up here today. On AM, Tampa Bay but first let's. Check in with. Daisy ash and traffic the train, traffic center, powered bike climate designs state with sixty remains closed with, bell road crossing repairs east of. Clarence Gordon junior road there's construction blocking the express lanes, northbound the veterans expressway at we'll scheme and also roadwork..
"luchino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Thirty but we're on the subject of whining i wanted to read this to you everybody there was this was back in two thousand seventeen and i'm quoting this article actually quoting an immigration bars report from time article that said undocumented immigrants are being swept up in immigration rage targeting their friends neighbors and co workers under the trump administration's new enforcement priorities isis instructed to detain and deport anyone who is in the country illegally which means even so called quote non targets are ending up in custody after a raid a member of the san diego chapter said under the obama administration many of these people would never have ended up in deportation proceedings because the focus was on people who had aggravated felony convictions another member of this immigration bar said quote it's basically a push through a lot of different ways to try to deport as many people as possible without regard to whether or not they're a public safety threat wow that is sinister the law does not say you're not deportable unless you're a public safety threat the law says you're deportable if you meet these criteria for deportation and it is not a good argument is so vile to say that oh the bottom of the obama administration was more lenient that that is baseline ridiculous leniency is not an enforceable law is just one administration giving you a pass and this is lawyers using whining as a legal strategy and i find it disgusting i want to hear what you think six one seven two five four ten thirty we're going to go to luchino and pennsylvania luchino you're on the air hello mr the franco i'm being politically listen i get sick and tired of these latino immigration lawyers always calling americans races i hear him on spanish tv is spanish radio that's all they constantly say their race these these gringos are racist because they don't want people of color in this country the the schedule it's pathetic i can't stand that garbage coming out of these immigration but you know immigration laws by the way i believe it's thirty thirty five percent of state prisoners are are illegal they're in jail for murder robbery kidnapping drug smuggling childmolestation etcetera the liberal media would not tell you that i heard this on another to philadelphia talk radio station by conservative immigration lawyer that's actually statistic again i usually have that folder with me.
"luchino" Discussed on Mafia
"Feasible then will come to a decision about whether we should actually do it or not luchino had no intention of allowing shell to kill julie but he realized that his former stablemate was too hot headed to brush off so luchino humored schultz and commissioned the mobs top hitman albert on a stage it to scope out a hit on doing albert anastasia is one of the leading assassins in something called murder inc which is kind of the enforcement arm of the commission they're the ones who actually carry out the hits that are ordered by the commission and albert anastasia is actually a very clever hitman and he comes up with the idea that he's going to keep an eye on thomas dewey and to do this he sort of recruits some little child probably one of the show a son of a gangster puts them on a tricycle and has them sort of bike up and down the sidewalk in front of thomas dewey house in new york city so anybody looking on would assume that albert was just sort of a you know doting thaw other spending some quality time with his son before work thomas do he certainly doesn't notice so albert's our tracks movements figures out when he leaves the house how many bodyguards he has where he goes and without too much you know hassle from his bodyguards or anything so albert makes us report back to the commission saying entirely feasible to kill thomas dewey it's up to you to decide whether or not you want to actually have me do it dutch thought he got the goahead well short is initially delighted to hear this report from albert anaesthesia saying well here's a way we could actually kill thomas dewey he's thinking great you know we can get this guy off my back but then as thomas repetto explains luchino talked to the other bosses that luciano said if he kills dewey bring the whole world down around the world on us we can't let him do them schultz was desperate to knock dewey out but the.
"luchino" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Welcome back listeners i'm marie de franco on weekend live i'm your host and we are talking about the caravan that was of of migrants that was marching from central america coming up to mexico and hopefully to land on our borders and that was about a thousand migrants and mexico stop them that is what the most recent media report has been and i'm talking about strong borders and strong protection for america we're going to go straight to the phones and talk to luchino in pennsylvania luchino you're on the air mis mis i i really appreciate you each on every sunday and i'm a little nervous because i'm gonna disagree with you leave it or not in spanish tv spanish newspapers they are heading towards united states border the mexican government is supplying the buses there they disbanded them but they're still continuing on the road there and puebla now a small town the city they're going through tijuana the mexican government is not interrupting the flow there's a thousand plus a central america mostly hunters yes but no mexican government it's not stopping them i have two questions for you i just wanna break in no need to be nervous you have facts you know continued the news continues to evolve so any you know that's that's what i that's why i said allegedly the media was reporting so thank you for that just one of the biggest lie being perpetrated to the american people question has an immigration lawyer can you tell me i heard on c span this afternoon that that donald trump is good to put a stop to a horrible thing called a catch and release that obama perpetrated on the american people i can't assess the veracity of that because i'm not certain that he is going to do that but catching releases at somewhat it's do you want me to explain what that means catchandrelease obama used to do with if they catch him and then they they tell them to.
"luchino" Discussed on Mafia
"One who to be totally relied on having wiped out his opposition luchino took command it was a criminal revolution establishing the modern mafia in america uniting feuding gangs into a criminal impair powerful enough to thrive and outwit the authorities for decades to come for his role in making all this possible for luchino ben siegel was assured of privileged position ben siegel was tremendous asset to somebody like luchino and lucina was a tremendous asset to somebody like segal he traveled the country coordinating takeovers of local mobs and rackets the gangster life suited him to a tee for ben siegel it was all about the display it was all about the style it was all about what people thought and for the approval hungry siegel what better way to impress than with a string of high class women bugsy siegel had these baby blue is in fact he was known as baby blue eyes and he was playboy mobster he had this rough edge around him but he's also irresistible you know he he owned the room when he walked in and that's what women loved about him with siegel never really had any of the great business ideas it was usually lansky alone who dreamt up the money making schemes all that is apart from one to nineteen twenty eight he had lansky what come under the ages of on rothstein the famous jewish organized crime came and monitor maya will shine in the great gaps got to be.
"luchino" Discussed on Mafia
"Welcome back to mafia and in this audio boom original podcast series we explore america's criminal underworld to reveal the lives and careers of its greatest gangsters our sponsor for this episode of mafia is hymns ben siegel wasn't a make pretend tough guy he was out and out killer he was driven by power money status and sex bugsy siegel is an american mob legend he's the guy who dreamt up las vegas he put the glitz and glamour into sin city this is muffin benjamin bugsy siegel grew up in brooklyn and by a young age had already developed a reputation for violence and a flair for making a buck through theft and extortion he was desperate to prove himself but in the nineteen twenties opportunities for jewish hoodlums were severely limited ernest volkmann author of gang bangers you had roy stick divisions between the various ethnic gangs jews didn't even go into talion woods atanas didn't even go onto jewish naval it's much less cooperate on crime but in nineteen twenty nine the world opened up for young siegel when an up and coming talion american mastermind charles lucky luchino realized that segregation of the different ethnic criminal groups was bad for business here was luchino saying we're going to cooperate i don't care these jewish he doesn't care from it down guess what she just donald bill here okay does that look jewish your talion to you is pretty neutral right that was his point if you if you organize and you put her on a business basis who the hell cares what you are doesn't doesn't make any difference that whole distinction doesn't make any sense anymore a true capitalist doesn't care about race or religion eric doesn't whole author of the devil himself and luchino recognized that if you keep the rackets just to italian 's you cut out a lot of great earners.
"luchino" Discussed on KGO 810
"To and his hair luchino of but i won't go i want to be fair to every day think would offer ordered warning cloth over liking in the beginning came like a week normal interview mature than it started crossing over it and by at it was too late earthquake so i mean it give uh i think we know where we are now pretty neat anthony we could talk to you all day we have take a little break here lawrence still dine to talk to you about your doctor as i can i tightened sal can you hang a minute yeah i got yes bali all right you just hang with us anthony scaramucci the former white house communications director you very kindly spend time with his lauren i'm going to have you a take of takeover after the break and get it get your question that we can get out of here said as possible stay with us this is midday live from the children autobody traffic desk the easter freeways getting pretty pat eastbound eighty is the worst part of it is probably uh from cutting boulevard up to pinault valley road also seeing heavy traffic for silicon valley on south down 101 from the lawrence expressway to san jose international airport that accident on the dublin grade has cleared and is completely recovered out of san francisco they'll be no recovery from this eastbound eighty on the lower deck the exit to treasure island is closed traffic is extra bad it's backed up on the north 101 almost from two eighty getting outta town via that eastbound baybridge traffic sponsored by in and out burger there's fresh and there's in and out burger fresh come see our made to order burger being freshly prepared before your eyes and taste the inandout difference and.
"luchino" Discussed on Mafia
"Octopus of an organization that was so different from anything else that ever existed and it took the american law enforcement almost sixty years to get a handle on are also vacation without precedent in the sicilian mafia or any american gangsters the commission the commission will be the board of directors if any rules for the mafia throughout the country had to be changed it will be up to the commission and have to any territorial disputes or disputes over over ac it's the commission will take care of it now that new and improved mafia went to work one industry in particular was at the top of louisiana has expansion plans journalist and historian douglas valentine luchino said he was going to turn prostitution into an industry like a and peres ellen pools the third quarter remain the case against lucky luciano explains he moved fast to takeover prostitution in new york the scene changed in new york city for prostitution in 1931 the same year that lucky luciano took over the onto world in new york and reputed members of his crime family began going from door to door knocking on the doors of these madam's where they kept these small houses of prostitution and shaking them down a asking them for a cut of the money that was coming in and because they were tough formidable madam's from the turn of the century they said now they said go away you you're not getting in on this so it was not a simple matter to take over the business of one of these crusty old birds women like jenny the factory women like jenny wild were very very formidable women to be reckoned with when the nose and the.
"luchino" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The bowl time luchino has quote points he sees the floor well offensively if it's gonna be he's gonna work well some on a shot he's got to go to the basket more bus to that body that wave that ability to go through screens there's not much talent on this team and they've over chief eighteen and eighteen is system me i a bet yeah anything it wouldn't have been eighteen and eighteen with on a home game journal so anyway have a great idea it's great hearing i can't wait to listen to the rest of the show spike should be looking for an attack guard i think that's what they they need next to new aquino and not not a tim hardaway type who is a scoring guard like a a shooting guard in there the prototypical sense i mean um a dribble dr guard 'cause i don't think that's neil aquinas game and that's okay new akina brings a lot to the table as far as knowing how to run a team and being able to defend in and switch and really play defense of the way that you need to in the nba today know because if you look at the the difference in a lot of times when you bring of the nba today verses yesteryear you get the oldtimers who will say something along lines it was so much tougher back in the day or you know there was handchecking the way the game is played now so much more of the square footage of the court is used so when you have players resting or sitting out games because of injuries that aren't huge injuries one of the reasons is these guys are running so much more there's so much more exertion within a typical nba game you go back and watch the best say watch that the the 90s knicks and a lot of the offenses are we're going to dump it into patrick ewing and everybody's sort of standing there watching as he backs in and that's it now you're having to fight through screens you're having to close out to the 3point line constantly and run back and you know there's just so much more on exertion within that space it's just a different game in a lot of ways and that's.