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I took most of the summer off to have fun and coach Little League and Pop Warner. It was worth it. Now back to blogging! Will post some columd later this week.
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Welcome back Tom -- and not a moment too soon! Here they come again -- Capone, Luciano, Johnny Torrio, Big Jim Colissimo, the most successful whore master of all time...even stone cold killer Frankie Yale (Franceso Ualio) and all of them struttin' down the Jersey boardwalk to boot!
"Boardwalk Empire" Sunday, tomorrow, 9pm HBO. They've done it again and hats off!
Lotsa talented Italian-Amiercan actors ( or stepinfetchits as you would have it) playing murderers and cafones! And even your old pal, Scorcese behind the camera.
And I can promise you, on this boardwalk they WILL shoot guidos.
So stack yourself a big mortadella sub, sit back and buon gusto, fratello mio!
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Saturday, 18 September 2010 at 05:33 PM
Good, I've been on standby from you updates, I hope you will stay for good now!
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Wednesday, 09 March 2011 at 03:00 PM
Sad news. One of the Italian-American "minstrel show" performers, one of your I-A "Stepinfetchits", Denise Borino Quinn, of Roseland, who played Ginny Sack onThe Sopranos , that show you watched repeatedly to definitively certify its negative impact on Italians, died of cancer at age 46. She worked in a nail salon. Without acting experience, she, as you know, turned out true and moving portraits of humanity.
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