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La Cosa Eton

La 'Cosa Eton'. Subsidiario inglese della Cosa Nostra. So, is... Molto rischioso.

Transcrizione della conversazione entro:

Il Don Davide,
Georgie-boy, assistente favorito.
Con la partecipazione di Nicco, Boris, Granito Shappsi,
E il consigliere Lyntono Crosbi-Borgia.

'Eh! What you do, Georgie-boy?'
'I do the numbers for you, my Don.'
'Is good, no?'
'Mebbe good, mebbe bad, Boss.'
'I donna like bad news, eh.'
'O.K. Boss. But the numbers show that the people out there don't wanna pay more to da family. They 'ave no money.'
'Maybe we whack 'em, eh?'
'No, Boss, is too many. And there is also a worse very bad problem.'
'Eh?'
'Some of our associates are leaving da family.'
'The associates dat go to the other Cosa Nostra, the Cosa Nige?'
'Si.'
'Maybe we whack 'em.'
'I dunno, Boss. Granito could do eet, but mebbe some public relazione words is better.'
'You mean like we say they are all alcolico, dementiti, cretini, perverts and tax evaders?'
'Si.'
'OK. I talk to il mio consigliere.'

'Eh, Lyntono, 'ow is the family in Australia?'
'Great, Boss. Can't be beat.'
'Bravo. I 'ave a problem for you to fix. Soon, eh.'
'Si, si, Boss. What is?'
'Some of our associates wanna leave and go to the other Cosa, the Cosa Nige.'
'Incredibile!'
'Si, eh.'
'You wan' I ask Granito to whack them?'
'No. I want to reason with them.'
'Eh?'
'You get your writing boys to put out the word on them. The worst words.'
'Sure, Boss. You mean, they are all alcolico, dementiti, cretini, perverts and tax evaders.'
'Essato.'
'What about their Don, Farago?'
'The same only more. Also we 'ave to spike 'is beer. Tell Granito. Tell also Boris to come now to see me.'

'Eh, Boris, what you do?'
'I was colouring my 'air.'
'Eh? What for?'
'Is my image, no? 'Ow they say in English – blonde bombshell? Or in Latin, blondinus bombus.'
'OK. OK. Listen. I wanna give a big party for the Russian families. In London. You can organise, OK? Make sure you getta all the Russians. Corleonski, Corleonivic, Corleonopov, Grabov, Ripov, all of them
'Are many Corleone family!'
'Si. Iss a big family. And plenty money. They 'ave beeg envelopes. You make sure you get them to London, OK? You wanna be Don, after me, no?'
'Sure Boss.'
'Then make sure you getta them all 'ere. I am gonna make them into – what is called? Donors. Si they need to be donors. Or else. 'Ave you seen Nicco today? I wanna see 'im.'
'I tell 'im, Boss.'

'Eh, Nicco! What you do?'
'Er, notta lot, Boss,'
'Then, I tell you what you gonna do. You gonna find out who is not respectful in our family. I getta da feeling, just a little one, that some of the associates wanna jump ship and get into business elsewhere.'
'Is sadly true, Boss.'
'So. You better stop it, OK?'
'How shall I do this, Boss?'
'Put out a contract.'
'Er. Si. Er....'
'Are you respectful, Nicco? People say they not so sure you are fully respectful now.'
'No, no, Boss! Intellectually spikking, mebbe now and then, ya know, but notta lot. No.'
'OK.'

'Eh, Granito.'
'Si, my Don.'
'When Nicco 'as cleaned out the garbage disrespectful associates, then you put out a contract on 'im. OK?'
'Unnerstood, my Don.'

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Il Don Davide,
Georgie-boy, assistente favorito.
Con la partecipazione di Nicco, Boris, Granito Shappsi,
E il consigliere Lyntono Crosbi-Borgia

 'Eh! What you do, Georgie-boy?'
 'I do the numbers for you, my Don.'
'Is good, no?'
'Mebbe good, mebbe bad, Boss.'
'I donna like bad news, eh.' 
'O.K. Boss. But the numbers show that the people out there don't wanna pay more to da family. They 'ave no money.'
'Maybe we whack 'em, eh?' 
'No, Boss, is too many. And there is also a worse very bad problem.' 'Eh?' 
'Some of our associates are leaving da family.'
'The associates dat go to the other Cosa Nostra, the Cosa Nige?' 'Si.'
 
'Maybe we whack 'em.'
'I dunno, Boss. Granito could do eet, but mebbe
some
public relazione words is better.' 'You mean like we say they are all alcolico, dementiti, cretini, perverts and tax evaders?' 
'Si.' 'OK. I talk to il mio consigliere.' 

'Eh, Lyntono, 'ow is the family in Australia?' 'Great, Boss. Can't be beat.' 
'Bravo. I 'ave a problem for you to fix. Soon, eh.' 'Si, si, Boss. What is?'
'Some of our associates wanna leave and go to the other Cosa, the Cosa Nige.' 
'Incredibile!' 'Si, eh.' 
'You wan' I ask Granito to whack them?' 'No. I want to reason with them.' 'Eh?' 
'You get your writing boys to put out the word on them. The worst words.' 
'Sure, Boss. You mean, they are all alcolico, dementiti, cretini, perverts and tax evaders.' 'Essato.' 
'What about their Don, Farago?' 'The same only more. Also we 'ave to spike 'is beer. Tell Granito. Tell also Boris to come now to see me.'

'Eh, Boris, what you do?' 
'I was colouring my 'air.'
'Eh? What for?' 
'Is my image, no? 'Ow they say in English – blonde bombshell? Or in Latin, blondinus bombus.' 
'OK. OK. Listen. I wanna give a big party for the Russian families. In London. You can organise, OK? Make sure you getta all the Russians. Corleonski, Corleonivic, Corleonopov, Grabov, Ripov, all of them 
'Are many Corleone family!'
'Si. Iss a big family. And plenty money. They 'ave beeg envelopes. You make sure you get them to London, OK? You wanna be Don, after me, no?' 'Sure Boss.'
 
'Then make sure you getta them all 'ere. I am gonna make them into – what is called? Donors. Si they need to be donors. Or else. 'Ave you seen Nicco today? I wanna see 'im.'
'I tell 'im, Boss.'
 

'Eh, Nicco! What you do?'
'Er, notta lot, Boss,'
'Then, I tell you what you gonna do. You gonna find out who is not respectful in our family. I getta da feeling, just a little one, that some of the associates wanna jump ship and get into business elsewhere.'
'Is sadly true, Boss.'
'So. You better stop it, OK?'
'How shall I do this, Boss?'
'Put out a contract.' 'Er. Si. Er....'
'Are you respectful, Nicco? People say they not so sure you are fully respectful now.'
'No, no, Boss! Intellectually spikking, mebbe now and then, ya know, but notta lot. No.'
'OK.'


'Eh, Granito.'
'Si, my Don.'
'When Nicco 'as cleaned out the garbage disrespectful associates, then you put out a contract on 'im. OK?'
'Unnerstood, my Don.'

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