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I want to show what shows you talking about this is Tony lo Bianco and he is.
Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia you know they -- the airport after him he's in a show at the New York's.
To capitol opera theater and it's called the -- flour which is a translation in Italian translation for.
Authorities -- Fiorello.
Does not affect the it is at 181 noted that they were 184 east 76 street in Manhattan you can go to Smart -- dot com.
Or Tony will be -- -- dot com to get all the information about where to buy tickets and into updating this show you're telling that to lessen the broadcast portion of our show.
That you keep updating this show with new information right yes yes I keep up with the times.
And it's interesting each night but I do the show and I've had that been evident 33 performances.
And the audience is.
Stunned by how much is relevant to what I'm I'm what I'm talking about and what's relevant today.
You know -- history.
We should be the smartest people in the world.
We have all the history behind us we should not make -- making the stupid mistakes that we're making now you know.
They're just though it was going to be that might he might my brother calling my -- Say hey -- -- on air nobody could affect.
I haven't I don't know what happens if somebody comes up your show -- herself.
There -- we got a beautiful and it might we tell me what -- but I I don't.
It is -- that things that.
But I don't I don't.
I didn't do it starts right now when you Tony we see updates as -- does that mean for instance.
-- that you played the former mayor of New York City -- back in the thirties and the forties as well you know would you update it with the reference to sixteen ounce sodas or anything like I don't know I don't know that -- Because no I talk about things like inflation then that -- all the problem we're having juvenile delinquency.
I addressed the unemployment because back then of course he had that situation.
In -- 129.
You know with -- -- -- people being unemployed.
-- it's all parallel.
To what's going and as -- -- we should be this modest be economic of mistakes that we make now.
You know because we have that history thing of all those wonderful.
Magnificent people like Michelangelo wouldn't that be an -- that the -- who.
Who did not.
Have the history behind them to do the genius that they -- and speaking yes I was like oh good trends and knit -- artists.
I want now to reveal this marvelous surprise.
I want you to focus in on I guess this camera here.
Which camp would you like well the -- so I gallon right there OK take a look guys I'm with a pretty put up -- -- look at the bottom which is a bottoms of my soul.
You never want to know -- I don't know closer closing in on that she's -- did good news is that.
At dinner that's what -- surely by the jelly shoes I look at that beautiful day though the bottoms and the artist artists.
There and we knew he was still make it true that.
I -- know I guess the problem with those -- yes there's so fancy I don't you know wherever -- walk from here over to I only -- -- -- carpet.
A good idea -- guarantees of the charity.
And there are some of them and it's been a beautiful issue they're gorgeous and they intended inning today and people -- do -- sure sure absolutely to -- red -- Phyllis and they have -- -- goes along with.
-- but this is rebel marvelous yeah I would like I couldn't I couldn't refuse it does look a beautiful these who -- at sixth avenue a two blocks and she's going Graf.
I guess that yes yes but you know it's.
Speaking up of -- and so on this LaGuardia was the mayor of the world who.
You know this guy was so charismatic.
So full power so full of energy that he compelled you compelled you to do.
Things for yourself for a -- the people he is a man of my message is sacrifice.
My messages you don't do things -- you you do things for others this man died with 8000 dollars in his pocket.
As soon as he became mayor he cut his salary in half OK so and that's back in 1930 full.
Everything he did was four other people and I'm trying to inspire the audiences -- the dead.
That's the thing nightclub they get it they understand what I'm trying to do and and they were respond so.
You know how long did it take you to study.
His voice sends -- -- his mannerisms and think thank you.
It was a -- when they first came to me and asked me do this.
That group -- the first thing I did was look at some tape.
And some on him in the sound the voice -- yet this compelling voice but he was born in New York City Greenwich Village.
But then his father was a -- master any move to Arizona.
So we have this -- in his Arizona and kind of thing -- at a high pitched voice.
So I I was listening to the voice in -- and watching his mannerisms and slowly slowly I got involved.
With it and and so panic when Tony -- -- -- gone no no don't expect -- -- Not so I had this voice wasted well.
The -- there.
-- the super in this case the -- Lee the -- did -- the people want to hear something about their funnies.
If you missed and my hat -- at at at the clock he's Dick Tracy.
So gather around and let's see what Dick Tracy is doing really read the comics -- read the comics to the kids bomb -- when -- when there was a newspaper strike.
Is -- but he really was a a you know you can't just be quote a nice guy -- get things.
-- if you recall when Rudy Giuliani became may nobody liked him.
Why install because you went after everybody and that's the right thing to do you have to do you have to have the regularly pardon my French.
Two to -- would you believe.
And as I said before you know he said if I don't live up to my campaign promises I want them to -- -- -- hell lot office and if if candidates would say that.
And -- and -- the public.
You know understand.
Oh what they're about then that you'll have something you know.
I'm actually did say that in an interview in its first or second -- oh I can't fix this after four years I should be -- one term president but now he's suggested he apparently did me wrong.
I think they'll get a lead that you know -- -- you know that what we can learn a lot about that future perhaps by looking at the past.
Go check out thank you go at all flower right little flower on the -- the Smart takes dot com.
Or Tony will be on good dot com to get all the information the theater is that the couple of -- of on 184 east have these extreme bitterness come on down from two to we will -- going to work.
November 2 you know why it's great because there's no business like shoe business -- -- Let's show -- -- yeah it's -- -- and probably coming off your feet.
And I'm a great to see it yeah.
E-book thank you thank you so much Greg hunter success thank you Douglas from the show.
Have a great weekend look at her -- she looks at.
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