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  • Regulators have already shut down 45 unlicensed online games that were developed outside of China, including one mafia game called Omerta, or "America 1930" in Chinese, and over 200 games have been investigated in total, Xinhua said.

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  • The story of a contemporary Mafia family on "the brink of legitimacy," it's called "Omerta" -- the Sicilian code of silence.

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  • It is that stuff, and some other background issues - that is poised to breal out from the press and Dem Lefts PC "Omerta" - and become more discussed in subsequent months amidst cries that such matters cannot be discussed as racist, Islamophobic, counter-progressive, "hating the poor", etc.

    "Clinton is pressed to say that Obama is not a Muslim. She does - but then she pulls it back."

  • Cuba's "Omerta," set against the backdrop of the Cuban revolution, is a fairly comic look at a man who was a bodyguard of a gangster.

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  • "Omerta" ends with a shootout that is absolutely incomprehensible.

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  • It is really difficult to believe that a writer who gave us such great entertainment and, yes, even wisdom, could produce a piece of wretched garbage like "Omerta," even at the bottom of his powers, sick and dying.

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  • "Omerta," Mario Puzo's posthumously published last novel, is, at best, Puzo imitating himself very badly.

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  • "Omerta," Mario Puzo's posthumously published last novel, is, at best, Puzo imitating himself very badly.

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  • Perhaps the dedicated Puzo fan turns to the fantasy of the invisible hack to rationalize avoiding what is probably the correct analysis -- that Puzo wrote "Omerta," and it is terrible.

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  • In judging "Omerta," it's important not to overstate the case for Puzo's "The Godfather," which was really a supreme version of the trash novel.

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