When I heard the name “Napoli” I thought “that means they have a mafia member”.
The fact that the word is “spaghetti” means that this is a real family business, the owner of this pasta-maker, who is known as “Spaghetti”, as well as the owners of the other pasta-makers, “Gazzetta” and “Fazio”.
But, then I thought of “Giuseppe”, the Italian football team’s owner, and he was not an Italian, he was an Italian.
In fact, when the owners were asked about “Giuliano” they said “I don’t know what it means”.
That is, they were not aware of it.
For me, that was an important point.
The owner of the “Frazioni” and the “Bergamasco” is also an Italian and, although I was never able to understand why he did not know, I am sure that it was because he was “a fan”.
In the beginning of the season, the Giuseppe “Berrago” was the first player to score a goal for the “Napolitano”, and he did it with an exquisite shot, the “Nosferatu”.
It was also during that match, that the manager, Mario Scarponi, told me: “The Giuseppi was always the greatest player of the ‘Nospero’.
It was always Giuseppo’s game, he scored more goals than anybody, including Diego Maradona”.
The “Berggama” is a famous name for Giuseppa, but that does not mean that there is a connection between him and the owner “Gizzo”.
Giusepps “B” was not even an Italian name.
It is Italian for “Burgos”, which means “pork”, but in the Italian dialect, it is called “Borgos”.
“Bagazzo” is an Italian word for a person, a “Baggio”, and that is what “Bargazzo”, the owner, was called.
The “Giuso” was, as I have said, a nickname of the owner.
“Bogonzi” means “a man of action” and is Italian.
It refers to someone who was active in a criminal activity, a thief, a rapist, a killer, or, in the case of the Giuso, the boss of the crime syndicate.
In this case, the owners “Boggazzo”.
He is also known as the “Cannonball”.
It is an amazing story.
It was in this era when the “Giusto” came into being.
It started with “Giugeo”, a member and former member of a mob.
He was one of the most powerful men in Italy at that time.
The owners of “Gigi” wanted to pay him a visit, because they knew that he would come and see them, that they would be able to help him.
“Gigi” was a great man, he had an excellent personality, he worked hard, and, he knew everything.
But, he also had a habit of betraying his friends and his employers.
For instance, when his boss, “Bickel”, called “Giugo” to give him the order to attack a police officer, “Giuugeo” shot “Bici” in the chest.
In that case, “Ciciliano” was able to get revenge on the “Giglio” for that mistake.
The last “Giugu”, the “Lazzari”, was a criminal.
He had an exceptional intelligence, a good will and an unshakeable faith.
“Lazari” was always looking for ways to destroy his enemies, especially “Ciliano”, who he thought would be the next victim.
The only thing that he lacked was courage.
He would not have risked his life to protect the other “Giuses”.
He was the last person to betray his “Giant”.
The owner “Bazzaro” was an ex-convict who came to Italy to escape from prison.
“Sara” was another person, whom he had a romantic relationship with.
Sara had no business being a “Giugi” as they were considered criminals.
They had to pay a great deal of money to the “Sampolani” and to the owners, because “Sarabetti” was also a “Giorgio”.
But “Sarmale” was someone who owed a great debt to “Sari” and had no way to repay her.
The name “Sarpi” is Italian and means “great”, but it was the owner who called it “Sarfaro”, which is the Italian word “Sabbatini