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Reader Feedback
print email Source: Editorial: “LEAVE THE GUN, TAKE THE CANNOLI”
To the Godfather of Madion Avenue
October 30, 2012 | 11:39 PM

Jerry,

Glad you and your friend closed the night laughing but ...

There's nothing funny or amusing to me about any mafia (Italian, Irish, Russian, Chinese, Jewish, Arab, etc.) They all take things that don't really belong to them by force, in lieu of the actual creativity, intelligence, and persistant hard work.

I know you know that I get the "streets of New York" as well as you do, but I don't like bullies with guns, knives, and baseball bats making their case. And I'm sure you agree. Gotta be a better way! BC

Bill Crandall

Gurney's Inn
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