Well facts are facts buddy. You didn't know the difference between the two and your not anyone either big mouth. Once again your ignorance amazes me. On top of all the other things your also psychic, and you know what I know and don't know. Now your associating me with gangsters since you have nothing better to say. Are you looking for some sympathy from others here? I know more than you about it yes. And I think your acting foolish thinking you can put me down. Your laughing is like the laughter of a drunkard who laughs at almost anything if he's in a good mood. I think the arrogant one is you, since you clearly feel challenged. I think your just weak with your arguments and your knowledge of your own language. It's pretty pathetic. Bottom line is, I shut down the guy who was speaking nonsense, and you are just a by product of that argument. Why don't you go have a wobbly pop keep laughing and have yourself a nice day.
In 1921, the frenzied pace of longshoring during World War I slackened and ILA president . O’Connor resigned. Anthony Chlopek, the last of the Great Lakes presidents, was elected ILA International president and Ryan served as his First Vice president for the six years of Chlopek’s presidency. Perhaps the most significant development during Chlopek’s term was the institution of the Prohibition Enforcement Law. In direct contrast to its desired effect, Prohibition actually had a demoralizing, corrupting effect on society. Despite fictitious portrayals of gangland capers unfolding on the waterfront, the true state of affairs on New York’s piers never even remotely approached the elaborate plots designed in the artists’ minds. It is true that some elements-encouraged by the laws of supply and demand-engaged in illicit behavior, but never to the extent that first Hollywood and later the press would have the public believe.