Surely, the suspension intended for Mike "Martin Luther Coon Day" Greenberg was misdirected in the inter-office mail and given to Tony Kornheiser instead.
Last week, Tony Kornheiser was doing his radio show on ESPN 980 and commented on morning SportsCenter anchor Hannah Storm's wardrobe. The relevant section of the program is as follows:
Kornheiser: "I want to point out, for those of you looking at ESPN, I'd like to point out Hannah Storm in a horrifying, horrifying outfit today (pictured). She’s got on red go-go boots and a Catholic school plaid skirt -- way too short for somebody in her 40s or maybe early 50s by now. She’s got on her typically very, very tight shirt. So, she looks like she's got sausage casing wrapped around her upper body. I mean, you know, honestly -- I know she’s very good, and I know I’m not supposed to be critical of ESPN people -- I point out people who say they've lost 50 or 60 pounds, have actually gained all the weight back ..."
Male Co-host: "And then some."
Kornheiser: "... I'm not supposed to do anything like that. So I won't. But Hannah Storm today --"
Male Co-host: "Put the weight back, back, back, back, on."
Kornheiser: "Hannah Storm, right, [co-host] Liz [Clarke]? Hannah Storm, come on now. Stop. What are you doing?"
Clarke: "It's painful. And you hit the highlights. The red go-go boots, the Catholic school --"
Male Co-host: "It's a little more Burberry than Catholic school. But still."
Clarke: "It's a Lolita-esque quality."
Male Co-host: "Yeah. Trashy."
Clarke: "Appealing to the fantasy of the little -- well, let's stop there."
Kornheiser: "What I would call a Holden Caulfield fantasy at that point."