DAILY RAYS OF SUNSHINE
IS N.Y. ANCHOR FOUL-MOUTHED OR A DRUNK? BOTH!
WNBC legend Sue Simmons is a laughing-stock for her f-bomb during a Monday news tease. WATCH THE VIDEO HERE.
She must be a sweetheart as former co-workers are lining up to rip her to shreds.
Sue Simmons likes the sauce and she can be cranky about it,” a former WNBC employee told The Post. “She was sometimes a little tipsy [on the air] to the point where colleagues would take notice.”
Simmons anchors Channel 4’s 5 p.m. newscast, and then has time to pass until 11 p.m.
Those hours are regularly spent at Midtown watering holes like Gallagher’s steakhouse and Jean Georges, witnesses said.
“I wouldn’t say she gets sloshed – sloshed, that wouldn’t be the right word,” a Gallagher’s employee said, gesturing to the back booths where Simmons typically takes her between-show breaks.
“I would say she gets happy. She gets very happy.”
An employee at Jean Georges at Columbus Circle said Simmons isn’t shy about drinking with her meals – and then heading back to work.
“She’s been here and she’s had drinks with her dinner,” a Jean Georges employee said. “She’s had a cocktail or two, yes, between shows, with dinner.”
So Matt Walsh didn’t have video of the Super Bowl walkthrough by the Rams. The Boston Herald got it wrong. There’s a huge apology in the paper…
On Feb. 2, 2008, the Boston Herald reported that a member of the New England Patriots’ video staff taped the St. Louis Rams’ walkthrough on the day before Super Bowl XXXVI. While the Boston Herald based its Feb. 2, 2008, report on sources that it believed to be credible, we now know that this report was false, and that no tape of the walkthrough ever existed.
Prior to the publication of its Feb. 2, 2008, article, the Boston Herald neither possessed nor viewed a tape of the Rams’ walkthrough before Super Bowl XXXVI, nor did we speak to anyone who had. We should not have published the allegation in the absence of firmer verification.
The Boston Herald regrets the damage done to the team by publication of the allegation, and sincerely apologizes to its readers and to the New England Patriots’ owners, players, employees and fans for our error
Now Bob Kraft is threatening a lawsuit. If we want to go down this road how about…
1. Fans in various cities suing New England and the NFL for fraud
2. Athletes can sue the Pats & NFL because of lost wages due to “poor play.” Afterall, there had to be a few guys sent packing or who got less dollars on their next contract due to the fact that the Pats through cheating knew how to attack their D.
Bottomline, the Patriots did cheat.
So what if Walsh didn’t have a video? He claims he did watch the Rams walkthrough and report the info to Bill Belichick.
Former players/ESPN analysts who saw the videos for the first time yesterday were blown away. They stated it would’ve have a huge impact on an offense attacking the defense. Plus you had Rick Telander (Chicago Sun Times) and Terence Moore (Atlanta Journal Constitution) saying the Patriots SB victories are even more sullied after viewing these tapes.
So cut the crap with the righteous indignation from someone, completely and totally in the wrong!!
Created by Mastiff Games, Major League Eating: The Game allows you to play as all your favorite stars of the shoving-food-down-your-throat-leagues, such as Joey Chestnut, Takeru Kobayashi, Patrick Bertoletti, Tim “Eater X” Janus, “Crazy Legs” Conti, Sonya Thomas and Juliet Lee.
Puking, although beautifully graphic and vibrantly colored, signals your premature departure from the game. This Wii game also contains offensive and defensive strategy through the use of belches and ‘mustard gas’ to slow down your opponent.
It looks a lot like an old school Street Fighter or Mortal Kombat game, I guess the only difference is instead of trying to kill your opponent, you’re trying to kill yourself through unhealthy eating habits and an increased likelihood of obesity.
For a great MLE quote you must talk to a Shea..
“If you want to be a rock star, there’s ‘Guitar Hero’ and you want to be an Italian plumber, there’s ‘Super Mario Brothers,'” said MLE president Rich Shea. “But if you want to be a pro athlete, there’s ‘MLE: The Game.”
“Eater X” Tim Janus loves the game…
Janus, who went out to San Francisco a couple months ago to promote his appearance in the game at a Nintendo conference. Janus played the game after setting a new record for sushi (he ate an amazing 141 pieces in six minutes).
“The game is good,” said Janus, who while not eating is actually a trader. “You can chose how you want to flip the food into your mouth, but you have to monitor how you chew, how many pieces you can fit in your mouth and how full your stomach is.”
What a media driven sham!
I don’t care who gets the nomination, but when has the national media ever given a rat’s ass about what West Virginia thinks?
Plus didn’t West Virgnia withdraw from the process when it decided to revolt against a DJ, who pulled an on-air stunt?
A Charleston radio personality was suspended from his job for refusing to tone down his on-air excitement over former WVU head football coach Rich Rodriguez’s decision to take the head job at the University of Michigan.
Coach Kidd, a Michigan native, co-hosts the morning talk show on Electric 102.7 FM. For the past couple days, he’s dominated the show’s content with his feelings on how Rodriguez’s job change will be a boon to the Wolverines football program — much to the dismay of listeners.
After playing the Wolverines’ fight song for a fourth time this morning, Coach Kidd was yanked off the air.
GOD DAMN KIDS THESE DAYS…WHY DIDN’T I THINK OF THIS??
A 13-year-old from Texas who stole his Dad’s credit card and ordered two hookers from an escort agency, has today been convicted of fraud and given a three year community order.
Ralph Hardy, a 13-year-old from Newark, Texas confessed to ordering an extra credit card from his father’s existing credit card company, and took his friends on a $30,000 spending spree, culminating in playing “Halo” on an Xbox with a couple of hookers in a Texas motel.
The escort girls who were released without charge, told the arresting officers something was up when the kids said they would rather play Xbox than get down to business.
Police said they were alerted to the motel by a concerned delivery clerk, whom after delivering supplies of Dr Pepper, Fritos and Oreos had been asked by the kids where they could score some chicks and were willing to pay. They explained they had just made a big score at a “World of Warcraft” tournament and wanted to get some relaxation. On noting the boys age the delivery clerk informed the authorities.Explore posts in the same categories: College Football, Daily Rays of Sunshine, Fat Asses, Hot Babes, Media musings