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“Many of the mafiosi who managed the Stonewall and other gay clubs were themselves gay, and several had penchants for drag queens.”
“Rather than merely alerting the American public to the problems Mexico has long been facing from the narcotraficantes, I fear that the main reaction of the average gringo to this development will be that in addition to flooding their borders with illegal immigrants who are taking jobs from Americans, Mexico is now overrunning the country with drug cartel mafiosi.”
“This is not a normal after-party," one of the mafiosi said shortly after they came on stage about 2 a.m.”
“Correction comes in the form of Elite Hunting, an international torture ring whose victims are abducted, strapped to chairs by huge Slavic mafiosi in creaking black-leather coats, and then chopped or drilled to death.”
“Outrage" marks director Takeshi Kitano's return to his trademark theme -- violence involving yakuza, Japanese mafiosi -- after a few nonviolent, autobiographical titles such as "Achilles and the Tortoise.”
“According to the book, Mr. Blair likened Mr. Brown to "something out of the mafiosi" and as "mad, bad and dangerous.”
“(Soundbite of crowd chatter) POGGIOLI: In Rome's Piazza Navona, speakers read the list of mafiosi and corrupt politicians who never would've been arrested without wiretaps.”
“So this is the GOP's version of American represenative democracy: Meeting like mafiosi with cowards, thieves, and xenophobic bigots.”
“Asking the ADL to confront Lieberman is like asking George Bush to confront the Republican mafiosi.”
“- I may have seen too many films about mafiosi, but that sounds more ominous than you imply.”
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