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Bielli translated while Frati -- who lives in the heart of northern Italy, where God goes to eat when he's sick of French food -- suffered through a banquet at a Wisconsin restaurant known to a decade's worth of Falco enthusiasts as the Roadkill Inn. "What means rudkill?" Bielli asked, and someone explained that it is what a waitress answered at an earlier Falco dinner when asked the source of the mystery meat being served. On this night, however, dinner was slabs of prime rib the size of hubcaps. "Questo?" Frati asked, poking at his mat of bloody beef. Bielli said, in Italian, "It is a hideous, enormous piece of a cow. Be polite and eat it."

Stephan Wilkinson
"Forty Years of Falcos"
August/September 1996 Air & Space

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