Sarcastic wrote:Reporter who said Blackhawks ‘had a tremendous amount of sex’ fired
Susannah Collins, the sideline reporter who attained viral infamy due to her on-air slip-up on Tuesday when she uttered the now-famous Freudian slip about the Chicago Blackhawks having a "tremendous amount of sex" during the regular season instead of "tremendous amount of success," has been fired by Comcast SportsNet Chicago, according to a report in the Chicago Sun-Times.
It was never meant to be anything more than an inside joke shared by the beloved family of Antonia “Toni” Larroux, who died last week after suffering a stroke.
Her tongue-in-cheek obituary was only supposed to appear in local Mississippi newspapers’ print and online editions.
But it ended up — through a long and complicated series of events — being posted Saturday in its entirety on The New York Times’ website.
And then it appeared seemingly everywhere.
“It’s just been a really, really neat thing,” her son, Jean Larroux III, told The Daily News.
Much of the obituary was farce, save for items including the time and location of the 68-year-old’s memorial service in Bay St. Louis, Miss., and a loving last paragraph.
Jean, 42, and his sister, Hayden Hoffman, 40, wrote the tribute together as joking memorial to a mother whose dry sense of humor stayed with her to her death bed.
The first paragraph notes not only her loyalty to the local Waffle House but also a long battle with afflictions including feline leukemia, rickets and scurvy.
BigMcK wrote:They are 1 percenters who are 100 percent despicable.
Some wealthy Manhattan moms have figured out a way to cut the long lines at Disney World — by hiring disabled people to pose as family members so they and their kids can jump to the front, The Post has learned.