Genovese crime family underboss Willie Moretti is best remembered for reportedlypressuring bandleader Tommy Dorsey to let a young singer named Frank Sinatra out of his contract (supposedly inspiring Mario Puzo horse head in the bed scene in “The Godfather”). On Oct. 4, 1951, Moretti was at Joe Elbow Room in Cliffside Parkwhen he was gunned down by four men with whom he had been joking moments before.
As they marched, protesters engaged in a call and response chant: “Say his name,” followed by “George Floyd.”Demonstrators also chanted, “Black lives matter” and “I can’t breathe.”Addressing Ohio’s black citizens directly, DeWine said he wanted to assure them they are valued members of the community and that he hears and acknowledges their pain, anger and grief.”I receive those words and emotions with empathy and a commitment to seek solutions and justice, to seek justice when it is denied,” he said.Protesters broke windows for several blocks along South High Street and East Broad Street the main arteries through downtown including at the county courthouse and municipal court building. A DGX store, a subsidiary of Dollar General, was broken into, along with windows at offices, other restaurants and a gym. Protesters smashed a storefront at the Einstein Bros.
To Nomad, all that matters is knowledge, because with absolute knowledge there are no mistakes. Anyone who makes a mistake needs to be sterilised, so as not to contaminate perfection, but that ultimately means there will be no one to live in utopia. Utopia, in Greek means ‘no place’; an accurate translation, as it implies a world that cannot exist.
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Both _Attack of the Clones_ and _Revenge of the Sith_ were projected digitally as well as on film. And yes, if you looked closely at some points you could see the pixels on the projection. (Although _Attack of the Clones_ was also one of the first movies shown in IMAX via process of taking a 35mm film print to IMAX film.