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"sam dino" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"Rounded place. And i use to go any place any shop. We used to have not yard when everyone would be out of the to sell houses altogether. So i would go around and tell everybody that i could all hillbilly guard. We're gonna shoot all the niggers shoot. The italians hated them all. Yeah we did a good job of actually was like a ten day promotion deal question but you never got personally involved in the riot no to be honest with you. While a riot was going on. I was the only con out of myself because i was twenty four hour plumber when the riders were breaking into the toilets. I was the only one who knew where the vows where to shut them off to. Stop the water from flowing. Pretty proud of myself if you check out june twenty third nineteen fifty four walk. Commodity was a convict at this penitentiary. Penitentiary called pontiac. I'm not sure where that is. Four hundred and fifty prisoners rioted resulting in the death of one inmate injury of wounds to two others and prison guard. So i would say that was probably true. That has whole story about Help him for men riot and then going in and fixes mexican is really interesting about What sam told him how to use the prison as a training ground to learn more about how to be a good crook question. When did you first heard of destefano answer. Oh he was known around the neighborhood. It was known as organized really organized hood but a crazy man. They used to call sam dino which means crazy and sicilian last night it was pasta anyhow. So that's That's kinda the story of how he got recruited by sam destefano and what he did independent injury in his first schooling. My sam destefano when he got out. Nineteen fifty five star running errands for mad. Sam picking up Collecting loan payments my nineteen fifty eight. He would become sam's favourite under detective. He he was going out hunting down doing skip tracing process what you call a skip tracer when you try to find somebody this land low on the debt onum hunting down juice loan defaulters and checking on other collectors who sam had put money investing in san invest money and other people who would go out and Loan out money. And then they do their own colloton in he always suspected him of cheating and he would sick Jackie on them to figure out if were cheating or not jackie. Jackie had a had the next several years in one thousand nine hundred fifty five until nineteen seventy-three as an integral part of the chicago. Outfit particularly this taylor street crew and in that area he. He was part and parcel and had knowledge of every major outfit operation. That went down during the those few years which was really the peak of the the outfit after by one thousand nine hundred. Seventy six seventy seven They are to me at the peak in in. It won't be until the early eighties when the uber thrown in. All those guys are a jalopy etre are all brought down by this game in drought and then it Skim case and then it all changed after that eventually jackie. We'll talk about his new way alive and and it's a pretty interesting quote that he's got here When he's asked about it he says it's a new way live. It's appreciating people and liking them again. It's the first time i'm appreciating. Thanks that i see the thought in your life was to go out but money out do a juice loan collect money. Catch this guy giving the beating if he deserves it. Look at everything as a potential score even walk into a supermarket and right away it would be nice to rob this place kind of watch. The manager goes to the safe now. Don't even know where the safes are anymore..
"sam dino" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
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"sam dino" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"15 16 miles out to the Antelope Valley. That's coming, Tio. You know, the Antelope Valley area that's near Lancaster and Palmdale. Now it's not close to getting the houses yet. Don't get crazy. But you should be aware that this fire is spreading and it's spreading your way. Just information you need. All right, Chris Little the news director at defies coming on, and I got the text here. And Julie's on with them. You guys go do a little improv. Well, she's actually in the other room right now. I just like to get her Hang on. Let me hear you yell down the Holy Julie. You want to come to a little improv with Conway? She's not very excited about it. Ah, well, you know, like really good. Improv. Artists are never really excited about it. They just do it. Oh, they're not. Well, that is true. Here she comes. I think good. There she is. Yeah. So what do you want to know? Tim? What kind of improv could he do on the radio that works? I don't know. Really? Well, probably nothing right? Not that I know. Well, Mr Tin calm. Well, I don't know what we've been doing on the radio. What is with these things? That's improper temp like that. Hey, you like to go that bass pro shops with your friend out here in the In the I e Value Dirt people, sweetheart. That's what we like to call it. Yeah, you got one hard, the gay it with That's great man. Alright. Ah, it is the little family thie improv specialist the improv stylings of the little family, Right? So, Chris, So something's going on out out around you. Some A hole has taken a entire A truck full of equipment. Well, you know what? They just a low so so high school band trailer, and from what I understand. Luckily, it was empty. So they didn't have anything in it. Yeah, You're welcome. But but it's in a big traders of purple trailers. A beautiful trailer with a great paint job. It's It's got a dual Axl You know what they call those write him Tan leaves. I'll do a little tandem. And that's a truck dually truck that looks like a pig. They got a picture of a pickup truck and pulled in there last night, about nine o'clock posted up and slight the thing on But high school is this. Low. So so, so, so less in Rancho Cucamonga, Both of my boys went to high school there. Isn't that the name of the hotline that the that the use of Petros and money O Lo so so's line. I think so. I think they I think they got it from that school. I think they didn't. But, you know, you know how they found that they went out there this morning and they found that the trailer was gone and the reason they went out was because they were looking To move the trailer to do some landscaping because they replaced the landscaping. There looks really beautiful. Not exactly sure what they putting down there, Tim, But I can tell you it looks a lot better than it used to. Okay, but they found that this trailer was gone. And But the problem is, you know, they say they got 200 students that are in the school's music program, And they they liketo carry around all the equipment in that thing, And now there and I could be able to do it and they're like big stuff in there like the cello Tze and you know Brian flew whatever else is big. Tubas made like exactly. Yeah. Drumsticks All run. Hey, So what are they going to do? I don't know how they're going to get the band around. Well, that's a great idea. That's a great question since the school's closed bands not really doing much right now, I think they're just get around, you know? Well, they're going to try Teo. The band's not going. You know what they're going to do is they're going. They're going to make all the kids get out of there. Well, No, they're goingto. They're going to fire them from the band from the band program. They're just going to disband it, so to speak, not just know we're going to call the kids pitch and they need to get a new trailer. About what? Gran used. What city is it in, you know. This is in Rancho Cucamonga. You were in the city the other day, Right? What's actual city was our Rancho Cucamonga. Does Rancher Cucamonga have their own police force of the air? They use thes Samberg do cops the county cops they used Sam Dino County Sheriff's Department, but they do have the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department, which is a Top notch Police department and, of course, part of the San Martino County Sheriff's Department. These guys, they kick ass, so they'll probably find this thing, so they're looking for a white pickup truck. With a purple and white trailer on the battle. Be easy to find. Well, I've been thinking, Where would you put it? I mean, if you took it, what would you do with it? Where would you go? Well, first thing I'd do is paint it. Right. But that would take new. You have to drive it around town first find whoever stole it. I wanted the contents and since there was nothing in it They don't want it. And so it will be found by tomorrow. This time. Probably. And you know, when I first heard about it, I thought there was stuff in it. But there's not a nice train is about 20 ft. Long. Um, I don't know how much they are new but you getting used for about four grand, so they're gonna have Teo do a fundraiser and come up with their come up with their own money. Right? And you know, I kind of feel sorry for the band because last year the band director took his own life, you know, after alligator? Yes, there's happened after allegations that he was Having an online relationship with a minor. But the salmon in the county Sheriff's department and the police Department investigated it and found out that the guy believes he was actually talking with an adult. So nothing illegal happened. Man killed himself anyway. Are you gotta be building me. That's horrible. Yeah, I know. But hey, have kids of his own. I don't believe he did..
"sam dino" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"I just wanted to welcome back to the show. Retired police officer Steve Kirby. Steve began a three part series on the impact of Islam on our nation, and he's continuing that today. Glad to have you back. Steve, give us a quick review of your background, please. Thanks, Jenny. Spiritually bat I'm retired from 31 a half years in law enforcement most of that time with the Los Angeles Police Department. I got out of police work for a few years with the LAPD and went back to the University of Virginia and work on my doctor didn't for affairs. Went back to LAPD finished my doctor earn my PhD and ah, the 31 a half years. The last half of that I spent is the detective I investigating white collar crime and other corruption cases. Retired from LAPD went over the Riverside County district attorney's office as a senior investigator continuing with white collar crimes and started folks in exclusively on public corruption investigations. Had a great career retired 2009 really started turning will focus on this one and just 2009. I've written six books and over 70 published articles about his look and I make presentations from time to time, too, So it's a fascinating topic very relevant. And folks. What talking about is What the religion of Islam's documents say about it. We're not talking about how an individual Muslim may practice it. I'm sure members of the Muslim faith are just every other faith. There's some people who do summon all in bits and pieces and committed had not committed and We're not talking about individuals. Except maybe in a couple of cases of elected officials and their particular activities. So That's sort of a review of what we talked about last week. What else should we talk about? Steve? Okay, well, we talked about was Muslim Muslim Oath Project were asked 233 Muslim public officials across the United States questions requiring expressed support for the U. S Constitution or Islamic doctor. Because I pointed out only a 16 expressed support 217 wooden. And so we talk further about that. And the site for that, If you want to get the information is Lim Arado dot us? That's l I B is in boy E R A T O. He's anti mold that us And go to liberate us and click on the moose. The most project link and you get all the details on that, and we talked about how is Dr allows Muslims to appear to take an oath to support a constitution? That violates so many major doctrines of this film, and what I'd like to do today is his continue with this idea of foot Islamic doctrine teaches about deception. You know, And that's an important issue and again this talking. We're talking about doctrine, not necessarily sailing that any particular Jew visual the you know or don't know is necessarily following it, but that's what doctrine says. That's exactly the point. We're on right, Steve. Right, exactly. Okay, pick it up from there. Continue on that thing. Okay, what not to focus on his two verses in the crowd and particular lot of people when they think about deception in this family talk about trachea, which is a concept you, Khun start going off on all kinds of different trails with the tequila. But I focus on these two verses of the crown because the Koran is common. All Muslims these verses in every crime in his memory and Sunni, Shiite. Whatever you are, this is then you're wrong. The first verse is Chapter three verse 28 Koran through 28. And it starts out like many verses in Krahn. Telling move sums don't be friends with non Muslims. And this raises a lot of questions because people say I've got a moose with friend. I know Muslims. They're friendly. But yet The Koran says Don't be friends with non Muslims. Now the significance of Crown 3 28 is it says Don't be friends was non mustn't accept, and it provides an exception. And it says, except if you are in fear for yourself, then you can pretend to be friends with non motions. And the question is, well. Gee, why would a Muslim in the United States feel fearful? Why should they feel threatened? Koran, Chapter four verse 101 says The non Muslims are Ever enemies to Muslims. So, according to the Koran for 101, Muslims here in the United States are surrounded. By non Muslims who are their enemy. That's why a Muslim according to slog of doctor could feel threatened in the United States and pretend to be friends is non Moose's. Now, as did, he said, Not every Muslim, follows this. There's a lot of Muslims and really don't follow their religion very much. But I'm talking about what Islamic doctrine teaches what the religion of this teaches. So, according to crime, 3 28, a Muslim can pretend to be friends to non Muslims without violating the other verses of the crime that that forbid such a thing. The second verse is brunch after 16 verse 106. And this Krahn versus actually allows Muslims to publicly renounced Islam. If they're in fear for their life. So this is quite eye open because here again as we found out, according to crown for one on one Every non Muslim is inherently an enemy to Muslims, so Muslims then can pretend Suri now's Islam publicly. Because the air surrounded by enemies, But the key is they have to stay true to Islam in their heart. So gruesome Khun publicly renounce system would stay true to Islam in his heart, and there will be no problems at all, because a lot of people talk about if us to see laws don't apply in the situations like that. This is important to understand so that you can you know what you might be confronted by again? Everybody could be different. This is gonna be your man. Frontlines of freedom and we're discussing Islam in America with Steve. Herbie. Go ahead on Steve. Well, you know, a perfect example of pretending to be friends back a few years in San Martino. When the Muslim county employee and his wife went in and shot up the party of with their fellow employees. Their fellow county employees here. Sam Dino in California. People were shocked by this. Because the Muslim county employees been so friendly and his wife had been friendly, But yet, according to Islamic doctrine, they could have just been pretending to be friends. So the issue of them shooting up this party According to Islamic Doctor wouldn't necessarily be a surprise, But there's something else too. We go back to the 16 106 that allows Muslims to pretend to renounce their religion. There's 1/20 century Muslim scholar Al Saadi, that rotor crime commentary and he talked about the implications of this, He says. You know something if you can lie and Publically say you're renouncing your religion. Staying true to religion in your heart, Of course. And if you can publicly renounce your religion like that, then that means if you feel threatened or under duress. You can lie about virtually anything. When it comes right down to whether signing a contract making an agreement. These air very concerning matters. This is what Islamic doctrine teachers again. Not that every Muslim follows this, but Just because of Muslim does not choose to follow this particular aspect of Islamic doctor. Doesn't invalidate that doctor. That doctor has been valid since the seventh century. So these are things we need to think about when we talked about last week about the idea of the Muslims appearing to take an oath of office, but the various ways they can be deceptive and doing that now we add in these two Koran verses. And and it raises a lot of issues in terms of The deception that Islamic doctrine allows a Muslim to take if they want to take it. Wow. Folks. This is important when you Concern. Comments. Looking into Muslims who are running for public office. You have to take this into account..
"sam dino" Discussed on Opening Arguments
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"sam dino" Discussed on KQED Radio
"What's interesting about the government's position is they're claiming these fathers and mothers are dangerous to their children but the minute the parent agrees to be removed they're happy to reunite the parent child and send them back to their country federal judge denies the. Ross says he plans to make a decision soon for the California airport I'm Michelle Wiley in San Diego San Bernadino county is the biggest company in the U. S. nearly twice the size of the state of Massachusetts and Sam Dino county now has a big problem it needs to get a new supervisor after Superior Court judge ruled that the county's board of supervisors violated the brown act that's more than fifty year old state law requiring transparency in government from KBC are Benjamin perper reports in December of twenty eighteen supervisors appointed don route to James dramas is vacant third district seat after he won election to the state assembly but the process the board used to appoint row violated the brown act California's open meeting law in her decision judge friend she found the board of supervisors met in secret to narrow down a list of forty eight applicants to only thirteen who would get interviews she ruled that violated the brown act which requires processes like this to be conducted with public input and access and render the appointment no and void the issue now goes to governor Gavin Newsom who will appoint rouse successor Michael Gomez daily is with Eminem power United a political advocacy group that challenge rows appointment daily says he just wants the process to comply with the brown act it'll probably be one of our main goals of insuring that it's an open transparent process that gives justice to the residents of district three San Bernadino county spokesman David worked said in an email that the county denies any wrongdoing and has filed an appeal to the decision staying the judge's ruling for now row remains a supervisor for the California report im Benjamin perper in San Bernadino this morning we're launching an ongoing series were calling spacing out with Danielle Fenton will explore the cosmos and stay up to date on all things astro and we're starting today talking about the of tonal equal knocks which for Californians was today at twelve fifty eight AM Daniel Benton KQED science reporter joins me now hi Daniel good. it's all so let's start with the basics what is the autumnal equinox this is the star of fall in the northern hemisphere and it marks the time when the night is as long as the day and the word equinox has this meaning it is from the Latin equis meaning equal and knocks meaning night so that's about twelve hours of daylight and twelve hours of dark depending on your latitude that might be off by a few minutes I I look this up so I'm in San Francisco and hit my day today is going to be twelve hours and seven minutes long and where you are in LA your day is going to be about ten seconds shorter so when we talk about the equinox what exactly is happening up in the sky up in space all right so if you imagine a line extending out from earth's equator this is when the sun's path is in the middle of that line and what that looks like from earth is that the sunset tonight will be due west no matter where you are San Diego San Francisco crescent city and during the summer the sun sets to the north of that point and after tonight the sun is going to be setting more to the south of that point and how does this really affect the seasons or change the seasons one way or another so we know that the earth's rotational axis has a tilt as its orbiting the sun and during the fall and winter the northern hemisphere is where we have more dark than light and so that means less heating from the sun that cools the earth down and lets us do things like build snowmen and go skiing and at the same time the southern hemisphere they're entering their spring and they're getting more light and dark so the have longer days and we'll get to go surfing and have barbecues outside and stuff like that it is it's not correct to think as I do that you know the the autumnal equinox is really freighted with cultural importance over history I mean I think of equal knocks and I think of like ancient ruins are ancient customs meant to mark the. when ox yes absolutely ancient cultures have always put great importance on these four points during the year we can see in ruins that they're set up to have special patterns of light and shadow during these equinoxes and solstices KQED science reporter Danielle Benton until our next talk about the.
"sam dino" Discussed on KCRW
"Position is they're claiming these fathers and mothers are dangerous to their children but the minute the parent agrees to be removed they're happy to reunite the parent child and send them back to their country federal judge denies the process he plans to make a decision soon for the California report I'm Michelle Wiley in San Diego San Bernadino county is the biggest company in the U. S. nearly twice the size of the state of Massachusetts and Sam Dino county now has a big problem it needs to get a new supervisor after Superior Court judge ruled that the county's board of supervisors violated the brown act that's more than fifty year old state law requiring transparency in government from KBC are Benjamin perper reports in December of twenty eighteen supervisors appointed don route to James dramas is vacant third district seat after he won election to the state assembly but the process the board used to appoint Ralph violated the brown act California's open meeting law in her decision judge friend you found the board of supervisors met in secret to narrow down a list of forty eight applicants to only thirteen who would get interviews she ruled that violated the brown act which requires processes like this to be conducted with public input and access and render the appointment Noel and void the issue now goes to governor Gavin Newsom who will appoint row successor Michael Gomez daily is with Eminem power United a political advocacy group that challenge rows appointment daily says he just wants the process to comply with the brown act it'll probably be one of our main goals of insuring that it's an open transparent process that gives justice to the residents of district three San Bernadino county spokesman David worked said in an email that the county denies any wrongdoing and has filed an appeal to the. decision staying the judge's ruling for now row remains a supervisor for the California report im Benjamin perper in San Bernadino this morning we're launching an ongoing series were calling spacing out with Danielle Fenton will explore the cosmos and stay up to date on all things astro and we're starting today talking about the of Tom note equal knocks which for Californians was today at twelve fifty AM Daniel Benton KQED science reporter joins me now hi Daniel good morning sol so let's start with the basics what is the autumnal equinox this is the star of fall in the northern hemisphere and it marks the time when the night is as long as the day and the word equinox has this meaning it is from the Latin equis meaning equal and knocks meaning night so that's about twelve hours of daylight and twelve hours of dark depending on your latitude that might be off by a few minutes I I look this up so I'm in San Francisco and hit my day today is going to be twelve hours and seven minutes long and where you are in LA your day is going to be about ten seconds shorter so when we talk about the equinox what exactly is happening up in the sky up in space all right so if you imagine a line extending out from earth's equator this is when the sun's path is in the middle of that line and what that looks like from earth is that the sunset tonight will be due west no matter where you are San Diego San Francisco crescent city and during the summer the sun sets to the north of that point and after tonight the sun is going to be setting more to the south of that point and how does this really affect the seasons or change the seasons one way or another so we know that the earth's rotational axis has a tilt as its orbiting the sun and during the fall and winter the northern hemisphere is where we have more dark than light and so that means less heating from the sun and that cools the earth down and. lets us do things like build snowmen and go skiing and at the same time the southern hemisphere they're entering their spring and they're getting more light than dark so the have longer days and they'll get to go surfing and have barbecues outside and stuff like that it is it's not correct to think as I do that you know the the autumnal equinox is really freighted with cultural importance over history I mean I think of equal knocks and I think of like ancient ruins are ancient customs meant to mark the equinox yes absolutely ancient cultures have always put great importance on these four points during the year we can see in ruins that they're set up to have special patterns of light and shadow during these frequent oxes and solstices KQED science reporter Danielle vented until our next talk about the heavens.
"sam dino" Discussed on KCRW
"Lobbying at the state capital, fighting bills that targeted flavored tobacco products and child-friendly vape ads and packaging jewel says its lobbying work is intended to strengthen PA. Policies that will make vaping accessible to adults while fighting underage use of tobacco products. From the three one o to the seven one four to the eight one eight we often associate different parts of southern California, with their telephone area codes while for over twenty five years, a big stretch of the inland empire has been covered by the nine oh nine but as KCRW Saul Gonzales reports state officials are expected to approve a new area code for the region this week to accommodate population growth, if the California Public utilities commission approves new area code for the nine oh nine it could debut, as soon as the summer of twenty twenty instead of carving out a geographic region for the new area, code it would cover new telephone service throughout the existing ninety nine area which includes San Bernardino county, as well as portions of Riverside, County and eastern LA county those who already have a nine oh, nine area code on their phones would be able to keep it. A new area code is needed because Sam Dino will soon run out of available phone prefixes. Those are the three numerals and the phone number that immediately follow an area, code like with so much else. Modern life. The new area code would be chosen by a computer algorithm, and not human beings for KCRW Saul. Gonzales. Support for NPR comes from Viking dedicated to bringing the traveler closer to the destination, backings, new custom build ocean fleet offers a small ship experience with all verandah state rooms and shore excursions in every port Viking, cruises dot com. It's morning edition from NPR news..