BACK TO THE FAMILY
We have to have laws so we can be legit.
Leon's Laws are based on love, which is the highest law of all.
That's the first law and the second law is "respect the family".
The company is organized like a 501c corporation where the C stands for Cookies for all.
501d is a wholly owned partnership of all the Gabuzzo enterprises, where the D stands for Dough as in the dough needed to make the cookies.
All extra dough must be distributed at the end of the Gabuzzo year, at the Festival of San Gennaro, San Rocco, San Pio, San Cuccidati or some other such gala regatta.
501 is the number of original gabuzzos who were party to the partnership agreement.
Some may indeed have signed it, but what is certain is that they all said "respect the family", kissed each other on both cheeks, and went home.
And that is surely a "sign" of a true gabuzzo.
HERE ARE SOME MIND BENDERS TO TAKE THE MYSTERY OUT OF BUSINESSTERY.
BENSONHURST BUGATTIS PARTNERSHIP HYPOTHETICAL: Early in the history of Bensonhurst bugattis, Biker Bob sold three Bugattis legimitately to an Arab Sheik, an internet titan and an undeclared fake japanese billionaire who planned to pirate the design and double the price.
He was in negotiations to sell the dopest one of all to a narco, but the deal fell through due to reasons unknown and Bob had to return all the money except for a $100,000 security deposit.
During the same period, a bunch of Gabuzzo brothers, as yet undomesticated, boosted thirteen bugattis and fifteen ferraris, but lost control of a lifted Lamborghini while fleeing the fuzz and totalled it, causing damages roughly equivalent to the value of 50% of a blinged out bugatti.
They listed the purpose of this activity on balance sheets as "get back to Lot Radio" "Get back to Sicily" and "get back to Heaven" in that order.
Assuming that Biker Bob reported a net profit for the fiscale year, what was the velocity of the Lambo at the time it hit the hydrant?